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    University of Florida students who said they supported changing the name Black Friday because of possible racial connotations - with one even saying it 'sounded offensive' - changed their minds after they were told it has nothing to do with race.   Students at the Gainesville campus were asked by a student reporter with Campus Reform whether they supported renaming Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving that is seen as a commercially driven day of consumerism. Their responses were recorded on video.  Black Friday was named in honor of retailers earning a profit and going 'into the black' on the day after Thanksgiving after a year of loss and being 'in the red.'  Ophelie Jacobson asks students if they will be participating in Black Friday. Most students said they would not, noting its deep-rooted connections to capitalism and consumerism.  Jacobson went out to see if students were willing to change the name and how far they would take cancel culture.   The survey by Campus Reform was formed in response to the Chicago Tribune's article questioning whether 'Black Friday should be renamed so...
    Climate change has reduced Utah's Great Salt Lake to 'a puddle of its former self' and is now nearly half the size it was 35 years ago, a shocking new report charting the lake's languishing water levels has revealed.  A growing demand for water, drought, and the impacts of climate change has taken its toll on the lake in recent years, causing roughly half its surface area to up and vanish - a change that cartographers and map-makers across the globe have yet to address, or even realize, according to a report conducted by the Salt Lake Tribune. Currently, the lake, once thought to stretch for approximately 1,700 square miles, only encompasses a fraction of that number, and is rimmed by vast reaches of exposed lake bed along its shorelines. Moreover, the lake's sinking water levels hit historic lows over the summer, during a record-breaking drought and heatwave in the Beehive State - and have since only gotten worse. ‹ Slide me › A recent report found that climate change coupled with drought and a growing demand for water...
      The first lawsuit was recently filed over the shooting incident on the set of the infamous Alec Baldwin western “Rust” that took the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza. Law&Crime founder Dan Abrams took issue with the claims made by Serge Svetnoy, the chief lighting technician and electrician, also known as a gaffer in Hollywood nomenclature, during a Wednesday segment on Abrams’ NewsNation television program Dan Abrams Live. “This lawsuit is not about his desire to make money at all,” the gaffer’s attorney Gary Dordick said at a press conference announcing the litigation–which names several defendants involved with the movie’s production. “This lawsuit is to bring awareness to a problem and to prevent it in the future. This lawsuit is to make these kinds of unsafe conditions that happen too much on movie sets stop now.” The lawsuit alleges the following: [Svetnoy] felt a strange and terrifying whoosh of what felt like pressurized air from his right. He felt what he believed was gunpowder and other residual materials from the gun directly strike the right side of his...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more The question of whether you should sleep with your pet or not is worth pondering in terms of both your pet’s and your own wellbeing.  Dr. Dana Varble, the chief veterinary officer, said, “In general, it is a very good thing for animals to sleep with their people. Pets who share their human’s bed tend to have a “higher trust level and a tighter bond with the humans that are in their lives. It’s a big display of trust on their part. Dogs and cats who are more closely bonded with their humans get additional health benefits, including increases in beneficial neurotransmitters such as oxytocin and dopamine, the feel-good hormones.” It is pretty clear that most, if not all pets benefit from sleeping with their humans. It helps them trust more and feel connected to their owners. But does it do the same for people? Should you sleep with your pet? Dr. Vsevolod Polotsky, director of sleep research and a professor in the department of medicine at Johns Hopkins...
    Russia is now experimenting with the use of nuclear-warmed water that is being pumped from a floating reactor into people's homes in a remote Siberian town.  Nuclear residential heating has been introduced in the Arctic port community of Pevek, using energy generated on a nearby barge in the Arctic Ocean – previously dubbed Russia's 'floating Chernobyl' by Greenpeace.  Developed by Russian state nuclear company Rosatom, it makes use of heat that's vented as steam through the cooling towers of the barge's nuclear fission plants, which would otherwise be wasted.  Some experts believe the concept could help minimise climate change by reducing the use of greenhouse gas-emitting options like coal and gas, and firms in the US, China and France are now considering building similar reactors.  However, Pevek residents cannot opt out of getting nuclear-powered heat, even if they have safety concerns. One resident, when asked about the risk of a radiation leak or explosion, said 'we try not to think about it'.  Another resident said he had been showering and bathing his three children in nuclear-warmed water.  Nuclear is one option being...
    A UNIQUE iPhone is up for sale for $80,000 and it has a feature many fans have been crying out for. Tech expert Ken Pillonel has modified the iPhone so it has a sought after USB-C port. 1The YouTuber modified the USB portCredit: YouTube / Kenny Pi That's the kind of port an Android phone has. Many Apple fans want the tech giant to change to this type of charging port so that they don't have to rely on specific Lightning cables. Pillonel modified a 2017 iPhone X to have the USB-C port. He explained exactly how he did it in a viral YouTube video. The modifier is now auctioning the device but you'll have to fork out tens of thousands if you want it. Most read in TechAPPLE ALARM High alert as iPhone iOS software exposed to hackers & 'Apple knew for months'HOLIDAY FRAUD Warning as Amazon customers targeted by Christmas 'brushing' scamINSTAGRAM CHAOS Is Instagram down? How to check if Instagram is workingRevealedTAP TIP! Your iPhone has a hidden button you didn't know existedDON'T SPEAK! iPhone users warned...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more Most days of the year, we’re busy trying to strike the right balance between exuding a sense of professionalism while also staying true to ourselves and our individual interests — as much as we’d like to just give in to our every whim, we know that we should practice everything in moderation, right? Typically, yes — except for during October. It’s the spookiest month of the year, and we’re perfectly content to dive headlong into the Halloween spirit. Candy for breakfast? Absolutely. Pumpkins piled high in every nook and cranny of our apartments? You bet. And you know we’re not eating anything if it isn’t at least slightly reminiscent of our favorite holiday. For those of you who are fervently clinging to the last days of the month like we are, and want to truly immerse yourself in the Halloween spirit, allow us to present to you one of our favorite spooky — and truly delicious — Halloween treats: Raw Halloween Ghostie Brownies. If you’ve got it, haunt it.Not only...
    Arlington County, Virginia, has released a framework for updating policies around undocumented immigrants in the hopes of sowing trust in the county government. County Board President Matt de Ferranti said the new policies look to reaffirm access to county services for undocumented immigrants. They will also likely change how local law enforcement works with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. De Ferranti told WTOP that the framework covers three areas. The first is protecting the information of immigrants. “Unless legally required to, which is very limited,” de Ferranti said, “we’re not requesting immigrant status.” Second, the framework reaffirms that all residents, regardless of immigration status, will have access to county services. Most notably, the board could change the policy of when county police contact ICE. The current code says that Arlington police should only contact ICE under the following circumstances: The subject has been arrested for a felony. The subject has been arrested for a terrorism-related offense or is suspected of involvement in terrorism. The subject has been arrested for suspected trafficking of other undocumented immigrants. The arresting officer finds through...
    New Zealand should change its name to Aotearoa according to the nation's Māori Party who have launched a campaign to scrap its current 'colonialist' name. Te Pāti Māori are asking for Indigenous names to be restored to the country, including the names of towns, cities and suburbs.  The party has set up a petition calling on the government to 'identify and officially restore' the original place names by 2026.  'It's well past time that Te Reo Māori was restored to its rightful place as the first and official language of this country,' Māori Party leaders, Rawiri Waititi and Debbie Ngarewa-Packer said in a statement launching the petition. Leaders of the Māori Party Rawiri Waititi and Debbie Ngarewa-Packer (pictured) have launched a petition to restore New Zealand's place name to 'Aotearoa' 'We are a Polynesian country – we are Aotearoa.'  The petition urged the New Zealand government to do all that it can to 'restore the status of our language'.   'Tangata whenua are sick to death of our ancestral names being mangled, bastardised, and ignored. It's the 21st Century, this must change,' it read....
    More than likely, the kitchen is the room in our homes that creates the most waste. We are constantly bringing in new stuff, and we are constantly taking out the trash created from it. The garbage can in the kitchen generally fills up much faster than the one in the bathroom or bedroom, and usually, it is much larger. So, for those of us looking to seriously reduce the waste we create, the kitchen might just be the best room to start. Luckily, kitchen waste falls into many categories that are conducive for productive, useful waste cycling. There are lots of compostable items, such as paper bags, cardboard boxes, and food scraps. There are tons of recyclable and reusable things, like tin cans and glass bottles. There is even uncontaminated water that could be redirected into useful measures. Why if there were a plan, then there would be numerous things we could do to keep kitchen waste out of the landfill. Compost it Composting needs to become a second-nature, knee-jerk reaction in homes and restaurants. Where there is food...
    THE NEXT Apple Watch will have a new design, according to a new report. Apple fans and analysts are hoping for a September release of the watch. 1The next Apple Watch could have a bigger screen than the Series 6Credit: Apple According to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter, the Apple Watch Series 7 will have “a flatter display and edges”. This is in keeping with other rumours that Apple plans to flatten the edges of all its new products. Gurman thinks multiple new watch faces will be offered. He also thinks the screen sizes will be increased to 41mm and 45mm. That could mean we're about to see the largest Apple Watch to date. Most read in Phones & GadgetsLEGS UP Sex-crazed spiders 'invading British homes' to mate with each other all winterOFF TRACK Google users warned to delete Chrome NOW after shocking tracking admission'ALL SEEING' I Apple users warned of new update that allows iPhones to SPY on their ownersCANCER BATTLE How old is Technoblade and does he have cancer?SPYWARE SCAM Android users warned over FluBot malware via text about 'missed...
    Many common names for species of plants, animals and insects, including the gypsy moth and Scott's oriole, have been dubbed 'racist' by scientists who want a change. In July the Entomological Society of America (ESA) removed the term 'gypsy' from the names of a moth and ant due to the fact it is seen as a slur for Romani people.  The association have since launched a public call for alternative common names for the moth Lymantria dispar and ant Aphenogaster araneoides.  Many species were named by early naturalists and explores for the things around them, people making a mark at the time and using terms acceptable to them.  'We can choose language that reflects our shared values,' Jessica Ware, president-elect of ESA told ScienceNews, speaking of the Better Common Names Project. It already prohibits new names that 'perpetuate negative stereotypes' and is asking for public input on which existing names should be changed in the future. The association have since launched a public call for alternative common names for the moth Lymantria dispar (pictured) and ant Aphenogaster araneoides NEW RULES FOR...
    Lawson told her Twitter followers she's "not happy" with the recipe name any more. Brendon Thorne/Getty Images Nigella Lawson changed the 2002 recipe name for a raspberry jelly dessert to remove the word "slut." The celebrity chef explained she feels unhappy with the word's "cruel connotation." Lawson, 61, previously renamed her "Slut's Spaghetti" recipe to "Slattern's Spaghetti." Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson said she no longer wants her desserts associated with the word "slut." On Sunday, the British food writer tweeted a recipe of the day for what she called a "dream of a dessert," named "Ruby Red Raspberries in Chardonnay Jelly." However, fans quickly noticed the 61-year-old had swapped out the original word "slut" for "ruby," changing the name of the recipe first shared in her 2002 cookbook "Forever Summer." Previously, the recipe was called "Slut...
    Related news The swipe up gesture in Instagram Stories has been with us for a long time. It is practically instinctive. But soon in Spain, this gesture will disappear from the platform in favor of a new system: stickers. Yes, the same ones we use to include songs or hashtags. As the researcher specialized in anticipating application functions, Jane Manchun Wong, has been able to discover, Instagram will shelve the swipe gesture from August 30. To access the links, Instagram will provide a sticker that users will have to put in their Stories, as with the rest of music stickers, hashtags, etc. This has been confirmed by youtuber Sam Sheffer, who shared said message, confirming it. Thus, Instagram is beginning to notify users that soon they will not be able to access the swipe gesture and will have to get used to the stickers. Instagram abandons the swipe Warning message on Instagram Sam Sheffer Omicrono In June we saw how Instagram began to test this function in small groups of users. According to international media at that...
    PERVS can put pornography on your iPhone by exploiting one of the gadget's best features. We reveal how to stop people taking advantage of this handy trick. Read all the latest Phones & Gadgets news Keep up-to-date on Apple stories Get the latest on Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram 2Users are reporting inappropriate images appearing on their phones thanks to AirDropCredit: Twitter / The Sun Sex pests can make use of Apple AirDrop to flood your phone with inappropriate images and videos. You'll always receive a request message for AirDrop. But it's not without problems. For a start, you might accidentally accept a message and receive adult materials. And the preview could contain pornographic content, which may be disturbing in itself. Sickos could also send you loads of media in a bid to hide their dodgy snaps from the preview. In any case, we'd recommend declining all AirDrops from strangers. And you should use one of the restricted AirDrop modes to prevent incidents in the future. How to turn off AirDrop First, go into Settings. The navigate to General,...
    Kathy Griffin Tearfully Responds to Mean Comments About Her Curly Hair: This Is How It Grows Out of My Head! Moderna Expands Child Vaccine Trial to Get More Safety Data The SEC will be the first conference to expand to 16 teams but it won't be the last, with the projected addition of Texas and Oklahoma very likely triggering another wave of seismic realignment at the expense of the rest of the Football Bowl Subdivision. How a 12-team College Football Playoff would work USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Harper College Offers 1,000 Full Tuition Scholarships CBS Chicago Expectations high for Wolfpack football as team is ready to go ABC 11 Raleigh NC BYU Adds Two Helmets for the 2021 Season Cougs Daily on FanNation Bulldog Breakdown: Interview with Kalen DeBoer ABC 30 Fresno Florida States Mike Norvell hopes to see NIL instill valuable lessons off field WTXL Tallahassee, FL Great Lake Jumper Dan OConor Has Jumped Into...
    During a discussion about climate change, The Five’s Jesse Watters had an interesting “solution” to the world’s climate change problem: adapt. This week, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry is speaking with officials in several European countries this week to try to whip up support for more aggressive pledges to reduce emissions. In November, negotiations will begin at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland. In a speech in London on Tuesday, Kerry said the suffering wrought by Covid-19 “will be magnified many times over in a world that does not grapple with and ultimately halt the climate crisis.” “We don’t have the luxury of waiting until Covid is vanquished to take up the climate challenge,” he added. Watters rattled off a list of places around the globe Kerry has traveled as climate envoy, including China and the Middle East. “Just right there, that’s more than like a city’s emissions if you just cut out the jets flights,” said Watters, before offering an idea for dealing with rising levels: Do you really think the Chinese and these Middle...
    (CNN)Antonnette Acupinpin was 7 when the sexual abuse started. She had already endured years of beating and physical violence from her mother and stepfather, she said -- but then he took it a step further. He would put a long knife near her face during the abuse, and threaten to kill her mother and brother if she reported him, she said. Terrified and ashamed, she didn't speak out for a year and a half -- until a school teacher saw her with a black eye and notified the police."I felt hopeless," said Acupinpin, now 23. "It felt like I had nowhere to go because it's my family who was hurting me. I didn't know anyone who could really help me."She's not alone. Child sexual abuse is rampant in the Philippines, which activists say is partly driven by the country's low statutory rape threshold -- the age at which individuals can legally consent to sex. Read MoreAt just 12 years old, it's the youngest age of consent in Asia -- and one of the youngest in the world. Opponents say children...
    Late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert said Wednesday night that President Joe Biden emitted “strong ‘Grandpa’s had it with your lip’ energy” in his exchange with CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins, Fox News reported. Colbert ripped off his suit jacket and shouted at an imaginary reporter, “Watch it, mister! … Knock it off with the grab-a– and the horseplay. This isn’t a dog-and-pony show. Were you born in a barn? If you were, grab a pail and start milking the cows because they’re coming home to roost, Little Boy Blue! I fought in Korea!” Biden confronted Collins following the session with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland. (RELATED: ‘What The Hell?’: Biden Snaps At CNN Reporter After Putin Meeting) Stephen Colbert speaks onstage during the ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ panel discussion at the CBS portion of the 2015 Summer TCA Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images) As Biden was walking away from the press conference, Collins asked Biden why he felt confident Putin would “change his...
    President Biden emitted some "strong ‘Grandpa’s had it with your lip’ energy" Wednesday after his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, late-night host Stephen Colbert claimed Wednesday night. The "Late Show" host was reacting to Biden's bristling at a CNN reporter who questioned the president after the session with Putin in Geneva. Then, doing a Biden impression, Colbert ripped off his suit jacket and shouted at an imaginary reporter to "Watch it, Mister!" and "Knock it off with the grab-a-- and the horseplay. This isn’t a dog-and-pony show. Were you born in a barn? If you were, grab a pail and start milking the cows because they’re coming home to roost, Little Boy Blue! I fought in Korea!" The liberal late-night host was referring to Biden snapping at CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins, who asked the president why he was "confident" Putin would change his behavior following their meeting in Switzerland.  Colbert called the meeting between Biden, 78, and Putin, 68, the "Boniva in Geneva." Boniva is used to treat osteoporosis.  JON STEWART PUSHES CORONAVIRUS LAB LEAK THEORY AS FIRST RETURNING...
    What’s the price of a jersey these days? The answer: Too much. The NFL’s new uniform number rules mean some NFL players are probably chomping at the bit to get into new unis for the 2021 season. While players changing numbers is definitely a possibility, sticker shock may drive players away. Per NFL rules, a player has to buy out the existing inventory of uniforms in order to change his number for the 2021 season. According to Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio, Vikings running back Dalvin Cook is deterred from wanting to change his uniform number, because the cost sits at around $1.5 million. PFT reports that players will have to not only buy out the existing uniforms, but buy them out at retail price — not the cost of production, which would be much cheaper. While Nike uniforms run at several different price points, that’s still a hefty number to pay. MORE: Everything you need to know about NFL’s new number rules Of course, the more popular the player, the more uniforms will be in circulation, so that won’t be...
    I'd decided to visit Kamalaya in December during what would have been, in an ordinary year, the beginning of the resort's busy season. Vincent Vichit-Vadakan / Insider Kamalaya is a resort built on the site of a sacred hermit retreat on the island of Samui in Thailand. I'm a wellness newbie who's waved away words like "holistic" and "self care" for their crunchy-granola vagueness. But in December, partially as a response to COVID-era stress, I decided to give the resort a try. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. As soon as I walked into my color therapy session, I was sure I'd made a mistake.  It was the first day of a week-long stay I'd booked at Kamalaya, a wellness retreat located on an idyllic stretch of beach on Thailand's Samui Island. The resort is sought after for its programs that claim to enhance body and spirit. It's where a certain international set flies in on private jets to drop thousands of dollars a day on treatments, and here I was being asked to pick a pair...
    Saturday Night Live has ripped embattled congressman Matt Gaetz following news that he is under federal investigation for allegedly trafficking and having sex with an underage girl.   During a 'Weekend Update' segment on the NBC skit show, comedian Colin Jost poked fun at the Florida Rep. for his decision to speak at a Women For America First event amid the scandal.  'Our favorite Florida congressman Matt Gaet... allegedly  sent $900 on Venmo to a sex trafficker who then forwarded that same exact money to three young women in payments labeled 'Tuition and school,' which if true would make him the only congressman actually helping with student loans,' Jost joked.  He added: 'At least Gaetz is taking the allegations seriously. That's why yesterday he spoke at the Women For America First summit, which is a nice change to see women pay for an hour with Matt Gaetz.' Durin the Women For America First event - which was held in Miami on Friday night - Gaetz took to the podium, where he declared he had the support of former President Donald Trump,...
    BEIJING (AP) — China said Saturday that it had agreed with the U.S. to take up climate change and a handful of other issues, signaling a possible modicum of progress at recently concluded talks that were otherwise marked by acrimonious public exchanges over the issues that divide the world’s two largest economies. The official Xinhua News Agency said in a dispatch from Anchorage, Alaska, where the two-day meeting wrapped up Friday, that China and the U.S. had decided to set up a working group on climate change and hold talks “to facilitate activities of … diplomatic and consular missions” and on issues related to each other’s journalists. The two countries feuded over journalist visas and consulates during the Trump administration, and climate change is seen as one area where they may be able to cooperate. Senior Biden administration officials held their first face-to-face meeting with their Chinese counterparts in Alaska since taking office earlier this year. The talks opened with tense and extended exchanges over human rights before television cameras, before they retreated behind closed doors. The...
    Infuriated UFC fans have demanded for the sport's gloves to be fixed after Belal Muhammad sustained a sickening eye injury. The American fighter was sent crashing to the canvas in agony after Leon Edwards' finger jabbed forward and accidentally caught him square in the socket. With Muhammad initially unable to see due to the damage, the bout was waved off - and avid watchers quickly took to social media to loudly appeal for change. UFC fans have called for the glove design to be changed after Belal Muhammad's eye injury Mohammad (right) was accidentally poked in the socket by Leon Edwards on Saturday night RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next British UFC star Leon Edwards 'heartbroken' after comeback... Nobody can doubt Jan Blachowicz now... taking Israel... Conor McGregor believes he will become just the sixth... UFC Hall of Famer Georges St-Pierre lists Conor McGregor,... Share this article Share 38 shares The welterweight main event on Saturday night was gripped in suspense with Edwards making his return to the...
    The educational specialist Sofía Scheid assures that the eventual change of the minister of education will represent a challenge and that it will imply a titanic race towards the position that the field deserves. Scheid, consultant and expert in leadership and education assures that the context that would face whoever succeeds Minister Eduardo Petta will be complex. He affirms that « if they change Petta, the scenario that he or the minister finds will be like those relay races that we have already lost eight laps and in the last 100 plains we must beat the adversary. » The expert also assures that if the change occurs, necessarily the new head of the Ministry will have to bet on an education policy that is projection. 1-If they change Petta, the scenario that he or the minister finds will be like those relay races that we have already lost 8 laps and in the last 100 plains we must beat the adversary, it will be titanic, for God’s sake. History will pass us an unpayable bill. – Sofia Scheid (@ScheidSofia) March...
    Privacy updates from Manzana, specifically those that go against the data tracking by apps, have reacted to Facebook negatively. Facebook against Apple’s privacy policies. Since last summer, Mark Zuckerberg’s company has criticized Apple’s decision in different media. He recently decided to change the strategy and communicate with users through an ad campaign, but aware that Apple did not change its decision, finally it seems resigned to await the result of their behavior. Facebook has failed against Apple With the release of iOS 14.5 Apple announced the arrival of the application Application Tracking Transparency (ATT). This change includes the requirement that apps ask for permission before tracking users, something that many apps do, including Facebook. In a blog post, Facebook explains why: “Everyone’s news feed is unique, which means that you are more likely to see the content you want to see, the groups you want to join, the creators you want to follow, and the products and services you want to buy. This discovery is driven by customization, and it’s the not-so-secret sauce that helps people discover products and services...
    President Biden’s pick to lead the CIA insisted it's in China’s self-interest to cooperate with the United States on climate change as Republicans worry climate czar John Kerry and the Biden administration might pursue a climate agreement with China at the expense of confronting the country on other issues. China is the world’s biggest polluter and leading greenhouse gas emitter, producing an estimated 28% or more of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions, more than the U.S. and European Union combined. In September, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a plan to hit peak carbon emissions before 2030 and achieve “carbon neutrality” by 2060, claiming “China always honors its commitments.” Biden rejoined the Paris climate agreement on Inauguration Day after former President Donald Trump left it in 2017. On Wednesday, Sen. Ben Sasse said he and many fellow senators were “very worried” about Kerry’s role because Xi “is going to lie about what they will do on climate.” The Nebraska Republican told longtime State Department diplomat William Burns he was worried the Biden administration might get sidetracked seeking a climate...
    Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene began divorce proceedings against her husband Perry while having an affair with a tantric sex guru, DailyMail.com can reveal. The controversial Georgia Republican had a fling with polyamorous sex guru Craig Ivey, 42, in 2012 after meeting him at her gym in Alpharetta, Georgia. As DailyMail.com revealed last week, she then moved on to a longer affair with gym manager Justin Tway, also 42. Now court papers obtained by DailyMail.com reveal that Taylor Greene, 46, had planned to dump husband Perry in July 2012 but reconciled with him two months later after having a change of heart. Embattled congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green openly cheated on her husband Perry Greene (pictured) with men at her fitness gym, DailyMail.com revealed last week  Now DailyMail.com can reveal that Taylor Greene planned to leave husband Perry in July 2012 but reconciled with him two months later, according to court documents  Marjorie's men: The 46-year-old mother of three had an affair with polyamorous tantric sex guru Craig Ivey (left) before moving on to gym manager Justin Tway (right)...
    In exchange for slightly modifying the leaf in its image, the gastronomic company Prepear, will be able to have the fruit as part of its image. We show you the “radical” change. February 11, 2021 2 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In August 2020, a small company with 5 employees became a trend by opposing the giant Apple. The technology company did not want to Prepear to register its pear logo because “people could get confused . “ However, six months later, the case was resolved positively for the company that stores cooking recipes. Apparently Apple didn’t really have a problem with the pear shape, as Prepare agreed to change the shape of the leaf , instead of being circular, it now has a flat side. With this small change Apple agreed that this was enough for them to register and move on with their...
    Olympian Dotsie Bausch is taking the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) to task for its partnership with MilkLife. In an open letter to the committee, Bausch and eight other Olympians argue the USOPC’s partnership violates its own bylaws, which promise to “promote and protect athletes’ […] wellness” and to “champion the integrity of the sport.” The scientific evidence is clear, they say: consuming dairy impedes athletic performance and has serious health effects. By promoting dairy, the USOPC is failing to protect the wellbeing of Team USA athletes. The letter ran as a paid advertisement in three newspapers on Thursday. The Olympians targeted papers with circulations in cities where the USOPC has facilities. Bausch is an Olympic U.S. silver medalist in track cycling. The following athletes included their names in the letter, signed by Bausch: Alex Morgan, Soccer, Captain Team USA, Olympic Gold Medalist 2012, 2x World Cup Champion Heather Mitts Feeley, Soccer, 3 x Olympic Gold, 2004, 2008, 2012 Jennie Reed, Track Cycling, 2004, 2008, 2012 Olympic Games, Silver 2012 Dustin Watten, Volleyball, Team USA, World Cup...
    An adorable cat who has fluorescent eyes sees the colour change according to the weather.  Some days, Ivory, a ten-year-old domestic short hair cat, has bright fluorescent green and yellow eyes and other days, the colour changes to bright yellow and orange, due to the condition heterochromia.  The endearing cat has been adopted by Gabriela Carvalho, 28, a nursing student from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, after she lost her five-year-old emotional therapy cat Luna.   Some days, Ivory, a ten-year-old domestic short hair cat, has bright fluorescent green and yellow eyes and other days, the colour changes to bright yellow and orange Gabriela said: 'I often get comments about her eyes, especially because they seem to change colour depending on the weather, which is quite common in humans. 'I had never seen that in an animal before. Mostly people just say how beautiful she is, or that usually they've only seen blue and yellow before.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Fur-ever friends! Caring dog has taken on a motherly role... Living up to his name!...
    Many have been the presidents and political leaders who have wanted to congratulate the new president of the United States, Joe Biden, and his vice president, Kamala Harris. The leaders have taken advantage of the investiture to try to start official relations with Biden. French President Emmanuel Macron sent a congratulatory message to his new American counterpart, Joe Biden, while welcoming the Paris Agreement on climate change, which the newly invested president will rejoin his country after his predecessor, Donald Trump, left him. In addition, the French Government spokesman, Gabriel Attal, said he was “eager to build a strong, helpful and renewed relationship with President Biden”, who added that both have to face together “colossal” challenges and objectives in the current context of the pandemic. Welcome back to the États-Unis au sein de l’Accord de Paris pour le climat: Welcome back! C’est tous ensemble that nous pourrons réussir à relever les défis de notre temps. C’est tous ensemble that nous pourrons changer la donne climatique en agissant pour notre planète. https://t.co/FoXYWtUWV7 – Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) January 20, 2021 For its...
    Female doctor working with senior patient in a modern office clinic / hospitalmomcilog | E+ | Getty Images When it comes to Medicare Advantage Plans, they don't have to be as permanent a choice as you might think. Your 2021 plan, which you either picked or re-enrolled in, can be switched or ditched between Jan. 1 and March 31. That is, you can swap your Advantage Plan for another or drop it and return to basic Medicare (Part A hospital coverage and Part B outpatient coverage). The most common reasons that beneficiaries make changes include their doctors not being in the plan's network or a medication not being included in their coverage, said Danielle Roberts, co-founder of insurance firm Boomer Benefits.VIDEO2:4702:47Disease specialist advises people on the best ways to stay healthy during the pandemicThe News with Shepard SmithAlso from Jan. 1 through March 31: If you missed your initial Medicare enrollment period and don't qualify for an exception, you can sign up during that time. If this is your situation, coverage won't start until July 1, said Elizabeth Gavino, founder...
    The Wisconsin hospital employee accused of tampering with hundreds of COVID-19 vaccine doses told investigators that he believed the vaccine could harm people and change their DNA, according to a probable cause statement obtained by CBS affiliate WDJT-TV. Experts have said there is no evidence that the vaccine can change DNA.  The employee, identified in the statement as pharmacist Steven Brandenburg, is accused of intentionally removing 57 vials of the Moderna vaccine from a pharmacy refrigerator at the Aurora Medical Center and leaving them out overnight. The company said it fired the employee after he admitted to intentionally removing the vials. He was arrested last week by Grafton police.  The probable cause statement, written by a Grafton police detective, alleges Brandenburg told investigators that he believed the vaccine "was not safe for people and could harm them and change their DNA." It also alleges that Brandenburg admitted that the tampering was "an intentional act."  The detective who wrote the statement also called Brandenburg an "admitted conspiracy theorist," but did not elaborate.  Steven Brandenburg seen in a booking photo dated...
    CARABAO CUP semi-final teams will be allowed five substitutions - but not a sixth if the game goes to extra-time. EFL bosses confirmed the change in regulations when the last four begins as Tottenham take on Brentford on Tuesday night. 1Carabao Cup semi-final teams can now make FIVE subs across three opportunitiesCredit: PA:Press Association Manchester United face neighbours City in the other semi on Wednesday. Teams will now be able to make five subs across a maximum of THREE opportunities. Ties will now go to extra-time - rather than straight to penalties as it had been during the earlier stages - where applicable. But teams will not be granted an additional, sixth sub for the extra half an hour. The EFL decision will meet the approval of Etihad boss Pep Guardiola. A league spokesman explained: “The EFL has agreed to increase the number of substitutes permitted to be used in this season’s Carabao Cup semi-finals and final. “Following consultation with the four clubs remaining in the competition, nine substitutes can now be named in the matchday squad. "Five [are] permitted...
    CNBC's "College Voices 2020" is a series written by CNBC interns from universities across the country about coming of age, getting their college education and launching their careers during these extraordinary times. Amanda Mier is a senior at the University of California, Berkeley, majoring in English. The series is edited by Cindy Perman.A firefighter battles the Blue Ridge Fire burning in Yorba Linda, California, U.S., October 26, 2020.Ringo Chiu | ReutersGen Z grew up with climate change as a known factor in life — one that takes on an increasing sense of urgency every day. As fires rage through the west and hurricanes strike the southeast, the drumbeat is getting louder — and it's starting to have an impact on their career choices. Even prior to the pandemic and the devastating wildfires of 2020, 4 out of 10 young people identified climate change as one of the most significant issues facing the planet. Gen Z is uniquely positioned in part because, for many, they cannot recall a time when climate change was not a topic of discussion. Fionnuala Fisk, who graduated...
    (Credit: BLK App) Fall is among us and while that means the leaves changing and dropping temperatures, for those of us that are single or non-monogamous, it can also mean the beginning of another type of season: cuffing season. Cuffing season is the act of finding a partner before it gets too frigid and we forego socializing and being outside on a regular basis. The pandemic has shifted the idea of cuffing season with many people opting to hop on dating apps during quarantine to socialize and for community. Read More: SZA clarifies Drake dating claims after song mention With the emphasis on justice for Black lives and our country dealing with the dangers that Black and Brown people face here in the United States, it’s no surprise when looking for love, Black people may want to do it in a place that is designated specifically for them. BLK App (pronounced B-L-K App) is an app founded by Match.com, has been around for three years, and is currently led by Jonathan Kirkland, the Head of Marketing and...
    Donald Trump claimed Tuesday that Americans who already sent in their early ballots for Joe Biden now want to change their vote as Google has seen a dramatic influx in people searching for how or if they can change their vote after already casting it. What changed their minds? President Trump claims it was his performance at the second debate in Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday. 'Strongly Trending (Google) since immediately after the second debate is CAN I CHANGE MY VOTE? This refers changing it to me,' Trump tweeted Tuesday morning. 'The answer in most states is YES. Go do it. Most important Election of your life!' Trump isn't wrong, people can change their votes – but only in a select few states.  Since September, when early and absentee voting commenced starting in North Carolina, Google trends show a sizable increase in the amount of inquiries on its search engine for those wondering if they can change their mind after already voting. Popularity with the search peaked to its highest point October 18-24, the days immediately before and after the second...
    According to the Associated Press, Pope Francis is speaking out in favor of action on climate change in his latest TED talk. This is not the first time the pontiff has spoken out about the environment. Source: TED/Youtube “Science tells us, every day with more precision, that it is necessary to act with urgency — I am not exaggerating, science tell us this — if we want to have the hope of avoiding radical changes in the climate and catastrophes,” Francis said, according to the outlet. He said that the world must act in the next decade and laid out three areas to take action on: educating people about the environment, making sure everyone has access to adequate food and potable water, and promoting a transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. “We have just a few years — scientists calculate roughly fewer than 30 — to drastically reduce the emissions of gas and the greenhouse effect in the atmosphere,” he shared. Calling out investors to exclude companies ignoring environmental action was also part of his speech. Many...
    Cooking with hemp might not be as alluring as making weed edibles, but it's much more healthy and sustainable in the long term. And as government restrictions loosen and public knowledge of hemp grows, so does the plant's nutritious legend. Rich in protein, fiber and good fats, hemp is quickly becoming a regular part of plant-based dishes and diets, and has even gained the annoying "superfood" moniker. But how are we supposed to eat it? Shadi Ramey found herself wondering the same thing five years ago. Already a chef for a decade by 2015, she knew how to infuse food with cannabis (she still teaches private cannabis cooking classes), but incorporating hemp into a healthy diet was entirely different. After immersing herself in hemp cooking and even growing the plant for herself, the Boulder-based Ramey has developed a full set of recipes featuring hemp seeds, hearts, oil and protein, among other hemp-based ingredients. Her favorite meals at the moment? Hemp heart tabbouleh, hemp-mushroom chili and hemp-crusted mushroom tacos. You'll soon be able to cook Ramey's favorites and more hemp eats...
    Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay was asked about the Washington Football Team’s name change during his media availability Monday before their Week 5 matchup. The Rams will hit the road to take on Washington on Sunday. McVay was asked about the issues around the old Washington name, which was retired in the summer. McVay was a former assistant coach with Washington when the team was named the Redskins. GOLDEN TATE WAS DEFENDING HIMSELF IN JALEN RAMSEY FIGHT, GIANTS COACH SAYS “I would say this – anytime that there's a possibility that somebody is offended by it, I'd always err on the side of being sensitive to those feelings and circumstances,” McVay said. “It wasn't something that I am probably educated enough on to really speak on, other than, I always want to empathize with people if there's a soft spot on it. And if there is, I don't think you can ever be too cautious about being considerate to people's feelings, if it is something that they deemed offensive. So that's why I think it is what it is...
    President Trump made headlines this week when he said "I don't think science knows" about climate change and claimed that mitigating the wildfires raging through California was simply a matter of forest management. But Jerry Taylor, a former "climate skeptic" who is now the president and co-founder of the Niskanen Center, an environmental think tank, says "it's insane to play dice with the planet" by ignoring evidence that the climate is changing. "We shouldn't be having a white-hot debate about the most likely outcome from climate change because that's not what risk management is about," Taylor said Thursday during the CBSN special "A Climate in Crisis." "Risk management is about looking at the full distribution of possible outcomes from climate change and weighing them accordingly." Taylor said that while it's certainly possible that climate change will have a more modest impact, "it's also quite possible that it's going to be an extremely cataclysmic event."  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "In fact, the possibility that that's what we have in store for our future is becoming more and more abundantly...
    A Republican senator — who chairs the Committee on Environment and Public Works — was confronted on CNN with the viral clip of President Donald Trump denying climate science. Appearing on CNN Newsroom Wednesday, Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) was questioned about the widely panned comments from the president by anchor Jim Sciutto — who played the clip of Trump’s remarks. “It’ll start getting cooler,” Trump said Monday at a roundtable in California, after a state official urged the president to take climate change seriously. “You just watch. “I wish science agreed with you,” said the official — California Secretary for Natural Resources Wade Crowfoot. “I don’t think science knows, actually,” Trump replied. Sciutto quizzed Barrasso on the president’s claim — which runs counter to all available scientific data. “Is there evidence that the Earth will suddenly cool again?” Barrasso admitted that Trump’s climate changge stance lacks any standing in fact. “To me, climate change is real,” Barrasso said. “It is happening. Man is contributing to it.” Watch above, via CNN. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    The founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the 56th Munich Security Conference in Munich, southern Germany, on February 15, 2020.Christof Stache | AFP | Getty Images Facebook on Monday night announced it will launch a new information hub to provide its users with "science-based information" about climate change. It said a link to the hub will appear when people search for information related to climate change on Facebook, or when people see certain posts related to the subject. The climate change hub comes after the company dealt with a rash of misinformation across its services regarding the cause of the wildfires raging across the Western U.S. One article containing false information blaming the wildfires on antifa arsonists had been shared more than 63,000 times on Facebook, according to The Guardian. The new feature is called the Climate Science Information Center, and it will provide Facebook users with facts, figures and data from factual sources, the company said in a blog post. These sources include the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, U.N. Environment Programme, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, World...
    Novak Djokovic today broke his silence on the dramatic US Open disqualification and admitted it is something that will stay with him for the rest of his life. The world number one has elected to play in this week's Italian Open as part of the unusual turnaround that sees players quickly switch to clay ahead of the French Open, which starts later this month. Djokovic returned from New York to his base in Spain to practice before going to Italy and admitted that the last week has been a sobering experience, following his default for hitting a line judge with a ball in his Flushing Meadows fourth round. World number one Novak Djokovic has accepted his US Open disqualification last month RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Sometimes the anger comes out of control': Novak Djokovic's... 'I expect it's going to be easier for me now in the biggest... 'Do you think Roger Federer would be kicked out for... 'This was a complete accident': Goran Ivanisevic believes... Share this article...
    A MUM-of-three has revealed the one simple change she made to kickstart her weight loss journey - and you can do it with a newborn.  Georgia Malbrough tipped the scales at more than 16 stone after welcoming her third child in 2018.  5Georgia said she'd been overweight most of her life and used to steal her brother's shirtsCredit: Instagram/@georgiabethfitness The 27-year-old, who’s 5ft3, wore size 18 clothes and says she’d have a ‘30 minute breakdown’ before getting dressed.  The stay-at-home mum, from Louisiana, had been overweight for most of her life and would steal her brother’s shirts as a child, but decided enough was enough.  She told Today: “We had to special order my cheerleading uniforms because I was a size 10 at age six.” With a newborn to look after, Georgia decided to start off easy and made one small change - walking. 5She tipped the scales at 16 stone on her 5ft3 frame, and wore a size 18Credit: Instagram/@georgiabethfitness She strapped her baby into a sling and walked just a mile a day, gradually increasing the distance. Georgia...
    He posted the big change in a new Instagram clip. Dancing with the Stars current mirrorball-winning pro Alan Bersten showed off a dramatic new look with his 486,000 Instagram followers via a new video clip. He holds the current title alongside The Bachelorette star Hannah Brown. Alan posted a quick change clip of his updated hairstyle to the social media sharing site along with a background tune titled “Hit It” by Yung Skrrt. This was revealed in the caption of the share. He looked directly at the camera. Alan’s curly, dark brown tresses were extra-long and fell down over his eyes and the tops of his ears. He wore a black barber’s chair cloth that featured an opened white and blue scissor on its front. Alan donned the drape to protect his clothing from the hair that would fall upon it during this major style change. The Dancing with the Stars pro turned his head to the right and the left to show off his long locks. He did not indicate if this was his first haircut since the coronavirus...
    TONIGHT'S visit of the Champions to North London is a huge fixture at any time but for Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, if Europa league football is still the goal, it is a must-win game. Nine points might see The Gunners return to European football but any less will see them drop out for the first time since the mid-1990s. 2Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta faces a huge selection dilemma after of tonight's must-win game against LiverpoolCredit: Getty Images - Getty The Spaniard may experiment if tonight’s result goes against him, but for solidity against Liverpool’s potent front three, I suspect he will stay with three at the back, even though the winning run with that formation has ended in the last two disappointing matches. I am sure he will look at the poor results being down to player error rather than the system and therefore I think it is personnel who will change rather than the 343. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest Gunners news It seems evident that the Arsenal back line have, in the main, been very...
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