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    A woman has admitted that she faked her own wedding - complete with a professional photoshoot and stand-in groom - in an attempt to get her ex-boyfriend's attention, only for him to see it and ignore her in the end. The Germany-based woman, who is named Jacqueline and goes by the username @dieschaklin online, revealed on TikTok that she pretended to get married in an attempt to get her ex to text her - but it didn't work. 'Remembering the time I faked my own wedding and had a professional photoshoot so he would reach out,' she wrote in the video, which quickly went viral - gaining more than 1.7 million views since it was posted last week.  The clip shows her covering her face with her hand and looking embarrassed before an array of professional pictures that were taken from the fake-wedding flashed across the screen, including one that showed her and the faux-groom, who is named Jeff, smiling at each other as they gazed romantically into each other's eyes.  A woman has admitted that she faked her own...
    In the U.K., John Eyers was an athlete who didn’t have any major health conditions. But Eyers was also an anti-vaxxer who downplayed the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic and refused to wear face masks — and he was only 42 when he became infected with COVID-19 and died from it. Journalist Sirin Kale discusses Eyers’ short life and anti-vaxxer views in an article published by The Guardian on November 30. And his sister, Jenny McCann, recalls some of the things Eyers said about COVID-19 vaccines and the pandemic during the final months of his life. McCann recalls an argument she had with her brother in June 2021, telling The Guardian, “John started saying really crazy things that didn’t make sense. About how people were only getting the vaccine for free McDonald’s, and there was formaldehyde in it…. He kept saying: ‘I won’t be a guinea pig.’” Jonathan Cohen, a close friend of Eyers, also urged him to get vaccinated. But Eyers kept listening to anti-vaxxers on social media. Cohen told The Guardian, “I would tell him: ‘Why won’t you...
    EVER been through a soul-destroying break-up? Then you'll know all about the key stages you have to go through to be TRULY over them. First things first, your friends will probably block their number from your phone before getting rid of any souvenirs from the relationship. 5The woman claimed to have staged an entire wedding to get her ex's attentionCredit: tiktok @dieschaklin 5She claims to have paid for a professional photographerCredit: tiktok @dieschaklin 5She looked stunning in a sequin bridal gown and a big bunch of white rosesCredit: tiktok @dieschaklin And when you're feeling a bit better, it's time to show them what they're missing with a VERY glam night out that gets publicised all over Instagram. That said, one woman claims to have taken things that much further by faking a whole WEDDING to get her ex's attention. Earlier this month, TikTok user @dieschakin shared snippets from her staged special day. She wrote: "Remembering the time I faked my own wedding and had a professional photoshoot so he would reach out." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS...
    Yoko Ono has shown her support for her depiction in new Beatles documentary, Get Back, which fans believe dispel claims that she was responsible for The Fab Four's break-up. The Japanese artist, who was married to John Lennon from 1969 until his murder in 1980, has long been blamed for breaking up the iconic band - comprised of John, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr - and for 'ruining' her husband. The new Disney+ documentary covers the making of the Beatles' 1970 album Let It Be, which had the working title of Get Back, with fans praising Yoko for her 'unassuming' nature in the film - with Yoko showing her gratitude by retweeting a story about fans' reaction. Vindicated: Yoko Ono has shown her support for her depiction in new Beatles documentary, Get Back, which fans believe dispel claims that she was responsible for The Fab Four's break-up (pictured with John Lennon in 1970) This also comes as the documentary's director Peter Jackson also stated that Yoko wasn't responsible for the band going their separate ways in 1969  The Beatles: Get...
    IF there’s one thing Faye Winter excels at, it’s not giving a hoot about what others think. So when the Love Island star recently had to have her beloved lip filler dissolved, and got a flood of comments saying she looked better au naturel, there was no chance of her listening and staying that way. 5Love Island star Faye Winter recently had her lip filler dissolvedCredit: Mark Hayman 5But the reality star, who excels at not giving a hoot about what others think, did not listen to the flood of comments saying she looked better withoutCredit: Mark Hayman She says: “They looked hideous without filler — so wrinkly, like a raisin. They would have rejuvenated in time, but there wasn’t one part of me that was going to allow them to stay like that. I prefer me with lip filler. “I got a lot of comments saying, ‘You look so much better without your lip filler’ or ‘You look so much younger’ — which to me are backhanded compliments.” But she adds: “I will never be influenced by anyone...
    PEOPLE claim there are dozens of reasons your hair could be greasy: washing your hair too often, not washing it often enough, using the wrong shampoo, not changing your pillowcase every week. But this woman has discovered that her hair brushes were harbouring filth, and they could be making her hair dirtier. 2The Tiktok user said the results were 'disgusting'Credit: TikTok/@everything_tidy 2She said she 'didn't know it was a thing' to clean hair brushesCredit: TikTok/@everything_tidy A cleaning fanatic and Tiktok user, who goes by username @everything_tidy, showed the shocking results of cleaning her hairbrushes - and people can’t believe the results.  She said: “I watched a video last week and it was a lady and she said that maybe the reason why your hair is getting greasy or oily quickly isn’t in fact because of your hair follicles and it is in fact because of your brush.” She showed the exact method she used to get all the built-up dirt out of her brushes. “Put all my brushes in the sink and we’re going to leave them for a bit. ...
    MANCHESTER UNITED legend Dwight Yorke applied for the Aston Villa manager job but got no response before Steven Gerrard's appointment. Villa sacked fan-favourite Dean Smith following five successive defeats and replaced him with Liverpool great Gerrard, who enjoyed immense success as Rangers boss. 2Dwight Yorke revealed he applied for the Aston Villa top job but got no response from his former clubCredit: Rex 2Aston Villa opted to sign Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard after sacking Dean SmithCredit: Getty Yorke started his career at Villa Park in 1990 and spent eight years with the West Midlands club where he amassed 73 goals in 221 appearances before his move to United. The legendary striker tried out for the top job at his former team's dugout but never received an answer. Yorke told Sky Sports: “I have to say at this point in time, although I have a fantastic relationship with Wes [Edens, Villa co-owner], I still haven’t been able to get a response. “You still would like them to say, ‘It’s not possible, we have other options, maybe another time when the job...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- More than 51,000 5-11-year-olds in New York City have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in the first week of eligibility, including17,000 at city schools.Friday afternoon, as sunlight poked through the storm clouds in Carroll Gardens more 5-11-year-olds got their COVID shots."I was really nervous and then I started crying and then I felt it and then that didn't hurt that much," 9-year-old Van Wiessmann said.Wiessmann and the other children each earned $100 for getting vaccinated at a city-run site, an incentive that was available to their older brothers a couple of months ago."My brother didn't get the $100 because he got his earlier. He kept saying I get 25%, but he didn't," 9-year-old Bryce said.P.S. 58 is one of more than a thousand school sites offering the shots."Stop the spread. Let the kids have their lives. My 12-year-old didn't go to school for a year and a half practically," mother Carly Strelzik said.Mayor de Blasio applauded the early turnout, though only around 12% of eligible 5-11-year-old city public school students have received their...
    CORAL GABLES (CBSMiami) – On Wednesday, Mayte Nardo was waiting for a new window door to come in. The owner of Mayte Nardo Hair Design on Giralda Ave. has been in this location for nine years and in Coral Gables for more than 30. READ MORE: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Takes Aim Again At ElectionsShe’s never experienced anything suspicious. But overnight on Tuesday, someone broke through her door and tried to get cash from her register. “To find loose change,” said Nardo. It happened to Mayte and a few other businesses on her block. “That’s how I found out. We all called each other and honestly couldn’t believe it. Almost thought it was a joke,” said Nardo. READ MORE: Early Voting Schedule Released For Run-Off Election For Miami Beach Commission SeatsThe Coral Gables Police Department said they are following up on leads. “Thankfully, they didn’t take anything else so I’m grateful for that, but it’s still a violation,” said Nardo. Nardo said the burglar moved the iPad and laptop before flipping the desk. He then tried to open the register....
    A PARENT has revealed their secret to their child’s good grades in school: a juicy paycheck.  The parent of one shared their son was struggling in school, but quickly turned his attitude around once he realized he could load up his pockets with cash for performing well.  3A parent needed a way to motivate their son to work harder in schoolCredit: Getty 3The parent never had to check in with homework progress after making an agreement with their sonCredit: Getty “No arguing over homework, and I didn't need to pay attention to his schooling at all, unless he asked for help,” the parent explained of their son’s improved behavior.  “Also, if he asked to stay home from school, I knew he was really sick because he didn't want to miss school and get a bad grade.” The parent created a payment scale for their son, and a higher grade meant higher pay. For an A, the son would receive $50. A B would earn him $20, and a C would get him $5.  He earned $0 for getting a D...
    Sen. Joe ManchinJoe ManchinOn The Money — Presented by Citi — Progressives shrug off Manchin warning Cori Bush rips Manchin on spending bill opposition: 'Anti-Black, anti-child, anti-woman and anti-immigrant' Overnight Energy & Environment — Presented by The American Petroleum Institute — Glasgow summit kicks off MORE (D-W.Va.) said he didn’t sign off on a framework for a $1.75 trillion social spending and climate bill before it was released from the White House, and that he didn’t think there was a “rush” to get a deal. “No,” Manchin said, asked if he had signed off on the framework, adding that if he had, his current pushback wouldn’t be “genuine.” “The White House knew exactly where I stood. There was a couple of concerns that we had that we needed to work through,” Manchin said. “I've been here long enough to know that when you say you signed off on things, you got to keep your word and I'm not going to be a liar or make anyone else a liar so that’s why I hadn’t,” he added. The White House unveiled...
    Getty Antonio Brown and Rob Gronkowski both appeared at Buccaneers practice on Wednesday amid dealing with injuries. Tampa Bay Buccaneers stars Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown both appeared at practice on Wednesday with one looking closer to a return while the other trended the wrong direction. Gronkowski, who hasn’t played since Week 3 due to rib injuries and a punctured lung, practiced on Wednesday according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. TE Rob Gronkowski is back at practice after missing four games with a rib injury. pic.twitter.com/rkafOkSyTA — Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) October 27, 2021 Brown, who missed Sunday’s game due to injury, showed up with a crutch according to The Athletic’s Greg Auman. The star receiver has a sprained ankle per Auman. Not a good sign for Antonio Brown, who has a crutch with him as he stands as an observer at practice. Missed Sunday with sprained ankle. pic.twitter.com/6G1LfOM2eQ — Greg Auman (@gregauman) October 27, 2021 Bucs head coach Bruce Arians didn’t sound confident on when Brown will return. “Shoot, with that injury, who knows?” Arians...
    Clamorous students participate in government — by suing it China Warns U.S. Support for Taiwan Poses ‘Huge Risks’ to Ties © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad A common criticism of Bears coach Matt Nagy has been the decision to declare Andy Dalton the starting quarterback throughout the offseason, training camp, the preseason and the start of the regular season, which resulted in rookie Justin Fields being thrown into the starting lineup without much work with the first string offense. Bears receiver Allen Robinson seemed to lend credence to that criticism. Asked about his chemistry with Fields, Robinson said that’s still being built, and he noted the lack of reps in training camp as a reason for that. “That’s something that we’re continuing to build on, again, continuing to get reps in practice,” Robinson said Tuesday. “There weren’t many snaps that we took in training camp. A lot of these things, we’re just trying to build on.” Fields became the starter in Week Three because Dalton was injured and has kept...
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    Jacob Markstrom stopped all 33 shots Detroit took Thursday night in the Calgary Flames’ 3-0 victory over the Red Wings. Markstrom recorded his ninth career shutout in his 12th season in the NHL. He’d allowed seven goals with a .881 save percentage in Calgary’s first two games, but the rangy goalie had an answer for every challenge in this game. READ MORE: Gang Leader In Haiti Threatens To Kill Abducted Missionaries EDMONTON, AB – OCTOBER 16: Goaltender Jacob Markstrom #25 of the Calgary Flames skates against the Edmonton Oilers during the second period at Rogers Place on October 16, 2021 in Edmonton, Canada. (Photo by Codie McLachlan/Getty Images) “Jacob, with the saves he had, slowed the game down for us,” Flames coach Darryl Sutter said. “I think he made important saves at critical times.” Markstrom said he didn’t like his last outing, “so it was important to have … a good performance.” The Flames, who never trailed, took control of the game midway through the second period. Left-wing Johnny Gaudreau set up the first goal by center Elias Lindholm...
    ATLANTA (AP) — Jurors have seen the videos many times at the trial of three former Georgia sheriff’s deputies accused of murdering a man during a 2017 arrest when they shocked him with stun guns. But now they must decide what the recordings of Eurie Martin’s last moments mean, and whether they fit the law charging Henry Lee Copeland, Michael Howell and Rhett Scott with murder. Lawyers made closing arguments Thursday in a Sandersville courtroom, and the judge said deliberations will begin Friday after he explains the law to jurors. Prosecutors renewed their claims that Copeland, Howell and Scott, all white men, had no reason to detain Martin, a 58-year-old Black man, after a resident called 911 to report Martin as suspicious. Martin, who had a history of schizophrenia, was walking through the central Georgia town of Deepstep on a scorching day in July 2017, taking a 30-mile (50-kilometer) journey to see his relatives. “We’re here because Eurie Lee Martin had every right to keep walking,” Assistant District Attorney Kelly Weathers told jurors. “The defendants had no right to...
    Don’t Expect HBO Max to Release Viewership Figures Anytime Soon 15 Mortgage Questions To Ask Your Lender Nemanja Bjelica didn't waste any time showing what he can bring to the Warriors. In Golden State's season-opening win over the Lakers, Bjelica provided a big spark off the bench to the tune of 15 points, nine rebounds and four assists in 25 minutes of action. He shot 6-for-7 from the field, 1-for-1 from 3-point range and 1-for-1 from the free throw line. The Warriors outscored the Lakers by 20 points with Bjelica on the court, giving him the highest plus/minus of the game. Bjelica is entering his seventh season in the NBA, but he's never found himself in a situation quite like the one he's in with the Warriors. So who is he and what does he bring to Golden State? Here's everything you need to know about the 33-year-old forward. Who is Nemanja Bjelica? Born in Belgrade, Serbia on May 9, 1988, Bjelica began his professional career in 2007-08 when he joined the Austrian League's Traiskirchen Lions. It didn't take him long to...
    MIKEL Arteta can barely believe that James McArthur was not sent off for his volley-like kick on Bukayo Saka. The Crystal Palace midfielder scythed down Saka with a brutal boot to the back of the leg - but only received a yellow card from referee Mike Dean. 2Mike Dean's yellow card for McArthur after his challenge on Saka was not deemed a clear and obvious error by VAR 2Saka hobbled off after being booted by McArthurCredit: Reuters Saka cleared the ball from in front of McArthur and the Eagles midfielder followed-through with a thunderous boot to his calf. VAR took no further action, and Arteta raged to Sky Sports: "If we want to detect things that are really relevant in a game and can change a football match, then they have to be looked at. "That situation is not only affecting them, but we have to take the player off because of the action so it is affecting it two different ways. It is not right. "You [need to] make a straight decision, when it is so clear...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Kyrie Irving said Wednesday he didn’t want to lose salary or a chance to compete for a championship with the Brooklyn Nets, but was doing “what’s best for me” by refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The Nets decided Tuesday that Irving wouldn’t be with the team because he isn’t eligible to play in home games, where a New York mandate requires professional athletes on one of the city’s teams to be vaccinated to practice or play in public venues. Speaking on Instagram Live, Irving said he loved basketball and wasn’t going to retire. “I am doing what’s best for me. I know the consequences here and if it means that I’m judged and demonized for that, that’s just what it is,” Irving said. “That’s the role I play, but I never wanted to give up my passion, my love, my dream just over this mandate.” Irving would have been able to practice with the Nets and play in road games outside New York. The Nets will pay him for those but he is giving up...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has been urged to axe his entire coaching team following his devastating loss to Oleksandr Usyk. The Watford warrior saw his hopes of a blockbuster Battle of Britain with Tyson Fury shattered by the slick southpaw at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last month. 4Anthony Joshua suffered a devastating loss to Oleksandr Usyk last monthCredit: GETTY 4Defeat to the Ukrainian ended AJ's second reign as unified champCredit: REUTERS 4And Frank Warren reckons the Brit should ditch his entire team for the rematchCredit: PA AJ, 31, is set to rematch the undefeated Ukrainian next year, but Fury's promoter Frank Warren reckons he should do so with a new team around him. The Queensberry Promotions chief told SecondsOut: "Should he fight him [Usyk] again? If he does what he does last time, I don't see him beating him. "Even then, I think Usyk will get more out of that win than Joshua. "I just don't see what Joshua can do any different to win that fight other than get rid of all the trainers around him and try change what he's...
    A SERIAL sex offender from South Africa won his appeal against deportation - after a judge ruled that he "wasn't given a fair opportunity" to tell the court how he felt about his offending. Phile Ngema, 28, has been convicted of four indecent exposures and has been subject of a sex offenders notice for 15 years. 3A judge had previously ruled Ngema should be deported back to South AfricaCredit: Facebook His convictions date back to 2012 where he was handed a community order at South Somerset and Mendip Magistrates Court for two indecent exposures near a care home. He claimed he could not remember the incidents because he had been high on drugs. His most recent crime in 2018 put him on the sex offenders' register for seven years, which sparked the deportation bid. Three years ago, Ngema overtook his victim as she was walking through a park in Bristol before waiting for her, staring at her as he exposed himself and carried out a sex act. He claimed he had been going to the toilet. But he has now...
    A BRIDE-TO-BE has revealed that her stepmum and father have concocted a fake 'work policy' so that they don't have to go to her upcoming wedding. Posting a video to her TikTok account, a woman said she received the news over text. 2A woman has revealed her father and stepmother won't be coming to her weddingCredit: Tiktok In the clip she uploaded she shared screenshots of the conversation between her and her stepmum, which took place two weeks before the special day. Her stepmum wrote: "Bad news... new policy at your dad's work. If you go out of state you have to quarantine for 10 days after. "Due to the fact that he can't go for 10 days without pay we won't be able to come to the wedding. "If you still want to come up this summer we would love to have a reception with you guys with the family." In the exchange, the bride-to-be then asked when her dad would be home so she could speak with him. "He is already upset about this so is there something...
    COULD it be that my size and weight are somehow tied up with an experience I had early on in life? One of my strongest childhood memories is of a Sunday when my dad came to the house and we were sitting eating our roast dinner together. 10'Why am I constantly battling to lose weight when my body doesn’t seem to want to get rid of it?'Credit: Mark Hayman/ Fabulous Magazine 10The weird thing was that, in two years with the gastric band, I didn’t lose more than a stoneCredit: Rex My dad, Clifford Hammond, was a big man with a big presence. He wooed my mum Maria and she fell madly in love with him, and pregnant with me, before finding out he was married. Dad came to our house sporadically. He would just land on us and expect the whole world to stop for him — and because my mum was in love with him, the whole world did stop. Mum’s great cooking came into its own when she made her Sunday roast, but this Sunday I...
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles set a franchise record Monday night that they are not eager to celebrate. They handed the ball to their running backs only three times among 53 snaps in a blowout loss to the rival Dallas Cowboys. Fans and other observers were dumbfounded. Miles Sanders, who got two of those carries for 27 yards, said his goal in speaking with reporters on Wednesday afternoon was to “just quiet all that down.” Sanders had his work cut out for him. As the Eagles picked up the pieces from their 41-21 loss at Dallas and began preparing for this week’s visit from Kansas City, questions about first-year head coach Nick Sirianni’s play-calling led a long list of pertinent topics arising from that NFC East debacle. Since the Eagles drafted Sanders in the second round, 53rd overall, in 2019, he has produced the fourth-most scrimmage yards per touch among NFL running backs with at least 300 touches. In addition to the career-low two carries, Sanders caught three passes for 28 yards. The Eagles couldn’t get much...
    Former President Donald Trump's mysterious visit to Walter Reed in November 2019 was to get a colonoscopy without anesthesia, former White House aide Stephanie Grisham's forthcoming book revealed.  The reason for the secrecy, Grisham explained, was that Trump didn't want to hand over power to Vice President Mike Pence, even for a short amount of time, because it would be 'showing weakness.' He also didn't want to be 'the butt of the joke,' she wrote, on late-night TV.  President Donald Trump's motorcade arrives at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on November 16, 2019. At the time, press secretary Stephanie Grisham said he was starting his annual physical   Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump's spokeswoman and chief of staff, as well as White House press secretary, indicated that Trump went to Walter Reed for a colonoscopy when he took a mysterious trip to the Maryland medical facility in November 2019 I'll Take Your Questions Now: What I saw at the Trump White House by Stephanie Grisham comes out on October 5  Copies of Grisham's book - I'll Take Your Questions Now,...
    Stacey Vanek SmithPhoto: Sylvie Rosokoff Why aren't things getting better for women? Stacey Vanek Smith couldn't stop asking that question as she looked over the grim statistics: Eighty percent of CEOs are still men, corporate boards are more than 80% male, two-thirds of federal judges are male and 98% of venture capital goes to men. Some of these numbers haven't improved in a decade. "We're just stuck in this hamster wheel," said Smith, an economics journalist and co-host of The Indicator from Planet Money on NPR. Many of the theories for the inequities Smith came across, including that women shy away from leadership positions or gravitate less toward lucrative fields, seemed to have seeds of truth, but they didn't suggest a way forward. When she wanted a raise or promotion in her own career, she'd turn to popular books on negotiating, but the advice rang false. "It was a lot of girl-boss stuff," Smith said. "I tried it, but my soul died a little and it didn't work." More from Personal Finance:Before quitting your job, do these four thingsHere are...
    Getty Scotty Miller injured his toe at Los Angeles on Sunday. Tampa Bay will miss one of its fastest wide receivers in Scotty Miller for a while due to a turf toe injury in Sunday’s loss at Los Angeles. Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians called Miller’s turf toe injury “pretty severe” during Monday’s press conference. ESPN”s Adam Schefter later reported that Miller “will miss ‘a significant amount of time’, per source.” Schefter added that Miller “still is awaiting more test results to see how long he will be out, but he will likely go on IR.” Bucs’ WR Scotty Miller has a toe injury and will miss “a significant amount of time”, per source. Miller still is awaiting more test results to see how long he will be out but he likely will go on IR. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 27, 2021 Miller made two catches on three targets for 11 yards against the Rams. He didn’t make any receptions the first two games of the season though he made numerous long catches from quarterback Tom Brady last...
    CLEVELAND (AP) — Myles Garrett recorded a franchise record 4 1/2 sacks on Justin Fields and Cleveland brought down Chicago’s rookie quarterback nine times — holding him to one net yard passing — in his first NFL start as the Browns thumped the Bears 26-6 on Sunday. Garrett had a field day against Fields, who was thrust into the lineup after veteran Andy Dalton injured his knee last week. The Bears (1-2) wanted to be patient and not play the No. 11 overall pick until he was ready. READ MORE: 6 Killed, 41 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across Chicago The Browns (2-1) didn’t cut him any breaks, and their defense, which had been criticized for its performances in the first two games, got it together at Fields’ expense and held Chicago to only 47 yards and six first downs. The former Ohio State star was under pressure from the start. He completed just 6 of 20 passes for 68 yards. The Bears’ biggest offensive play came on a pass interference that wiped out an interception and gained 48 yards. Jadeveon...
    CBS Colm Meaney as Chief O’Brien Chief Miles Edward O’Brien was an extraordinary character on “Star Trek.” He was one of a handful of beings who made the successful jump from one Trek series to another as a prime character. Not counting those who have been recast (Pike) or rebooted (Spock), this is a concise list. Actor Colm Meaney joins Worf (Michael Dorn), Seven (Jeri Ryan), and Picard (Patrick Stewart) as the only Trek actor/characters who have made this transition. Not even the great William Shatner can claim this feat. But as great as O’Brien was, why didn’t he get promoted more? We know that he ended his career as a professor of engineering at Starfleet Academy on Earth. Thanks to a hilarious scene on “Star Trek: Lower Decks,” he was such a great guy that long after he was dead, schoolchildren learned about “The Most Important Person in Starfleet History.”  Collider asked Meaney about this, and he said that “finally, they got it right!” But did they really?Colm Meaney on O’Brien Play Is 'Star Trek's...
    A 24-year-old father who didn't get vaccinated because he heard it was 'not real' died from Covid three weeks after imploring others from his hospital bed to get the shot. Patrick Burshia was in intensive care and had ventilation tubes attached to his nose when he spoke to a reporter at the Billings Clinic in Montana. The young father paused at times to catch his breath as he spoke of his deep regrets at not having taken a vaccine and warned others not to make the same mistake. 'I would not wish this on my worst enemy. As soon as I can, I'm getting the vaccine, and I highly recommend anyone who hasn't to do it because this is a very scary situation,' he said at the time. Burshia died over the weekend. He leaves behind a young son.   Patrick Burshia was in intensive care and had ventilation tubes attached to his nose when he spoke to a reporter at the Billings Clinic in Montana on September 1 Burshia waving from his ward at the ICU in...
    A MUM-OF-FIVE has revealed the correct way to use a bottle of oil and it turns out we have been doing it wrong this whole time. The cooking hack has has left people astounded at their common mistake that can cause way too much oil to come out. 3This oil hack with make cooking less messyCredit: @twisted/video/Tiktok 3The woman has been praised for sharing the tip.Credit: @twisted/video/Tiktok Taking to her TikTok channel, the woman who posts under the domain chaldomom, posted the video under the caption "TikTik ideas." The woman shows how she removes the lid of the bottle of cooking oil, and the piece of plastic that you have to pull off to release the oil. Instead of making the common mistake of chucking this part in the bin, she turns it around and pushes it back into the bottle. The oil can now be drizzled out of the bottle so that you do not pour out way too much. Creating a nozzle on the oil bottle, the woman demonstrates how she drizzles it over a bowl of...
    AMERICANS may be sent some extra stimulus cash as IRS bosses try to work out why some families didn’t receive September’s child tax credit payment. More than 30million families received up to $300 per child on September 15 but some didn't get their cash on time. 2Some families didn't receive September's child tax credit payment on timeCredit: Getty IRS officials say they are “looking into the delays” and would provide more information when it’s available, according to the News and Observer. September’s child tax credit payment was the third advance check sent to families this year. Extra stimulus checks are set to arrive on October 15, November 15, and December 15. IRS bosses continue to urge families to file their 2020 tax returns so they can qualify for advance payments. Families must sign up by October 4 to receive next month’s child tax credit payment if they have not already done so. Low-income earners are also entitled to child tax credit payments and can use the Non-filer sign-up tool on the IRS website. Most read in MoneyLOTTO LUCK Powerball...
    TORONTO (AP) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party secured victory in parliamentary elections but failed to get the majority he wanted in a vote that focused on the coronavirus pandemic but that many Canadians saw as unnecessary. Trudeau entered Monday’s election leading a stable minority government that wasn’t under threat of being toppled — but he was hoping Canadians would reward him with a majority for navigating the pandemic better than many other leaders. Still, Trudeau struggled to justify why he called the election early given the virus, and the opposition was relentless in accusing him of holding the vote two years before the deadline for his own personal ambition. In the end, the gamble did not pay off, and the results nearly mirrored those of two years ago. The Liberal Party was leading or elected in 156 seats — one less than they won 2019, and 14 short of the 170 needed for a majority in the House of Commons. The Conservatives were leading or elected in 121 seats, the same number they won in 2019. The leftist...
    The Los Angeles County Health Department has defended Sunday night's Emmy Awards amid criticism that stars were not wearing masks or social distancing - by claiming that the event was a TV production, with stars considered 'performers'. Indoor masking mandates are currently in place in the the city for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. While the Emmys was technically considered as an 'outdoor event,' the ceremony took place inside an enclosed tent. The lack of masks was even referred to by presenter Seth Rogen, who said the experience was like being 'in a hermetically sealed tent.'  Viewers took to social media to criticize the show, pointing out the hypocrisy of Covid rules that apply to the average person but don't seem to apply to multi-million dollar celebrities. But the LA Health Dept has now stressed how 'exceptions are made for film, television, and music productions, as additional safety modifications are made for these controlled interactions.'  'The Emmy Award Show is a television production, and persons appearing on the show are considered performers,' the department wrote in a statement. 'All persons appearing on...
    Getty Bruce Arians saw promising steps for the Buccaneers defense to get healthy soon this week. Tampa Bay‘s injury situation among key defensive starters crystalized on Friday amid the latest injury report before Sunday’s division tilt with Atlanta. Buccaneers safety Jordan Whitehead, who has been out since August due to a hamstring injury, participated fully in practice a second-consecutive day. He will play against the Falcons, Bucs head coach Bruce Arians confirmed on Friday, per Buccaneers.com’s Carmen Vitali. Outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul, who has a hand injury, didn’t participate in practice for the second time since Wednesday. Pierre-Paul will also go against Atlanta  despite the hand injury, Arians said, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. Arians gave additional good news to go along with the injury report. He told the media that injured cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting most likely won’t require surgery. Murphy-Bunting dislocated his elbow in the season opener against Dallas on Sept. 9. “It’s going to be anybody’s guess as far as how long, but there’s not going to be any surgery involved at...
    Lieutenant General Thomas Spoehr, who oversaw the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq in 2011, told the Daily Caller News Foundation that the failure to prepare for the “worst case scenario” caused the withdrawal from Afghanistan to be far more chaotic. “We were down to the individual name and I think, as far as I know, we had left just one person in a jail and that person I got word had gotten successfully freed,” Spoehr described Iraq evacuation efforts. “No one wanted to mess with the U.S. on their way out because they were going to get hammered,” Spoehr said. The Biden administration’s failure to prepare for the “worst case scenario” led to the chaotic final days of the war in Afghanistan, the former deputy commanding general who oversaw the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “You plan for the worst case and the worst case would never be to evacuate people out of Hamid Karzai airport,” former Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr, current director of Heritage Foundation’s Center for National Defense, told the...
    Baseball fans tuning into Wednesday night’s game between the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles were stunned to see MLB umpire Tim Timmons eject the grounds crew attempting to cover the field from the imminent storm but the official says he never actually threw them off the field. More than a dozen members of the grounds crew were waiting for the go-ahead to cover the diamond in the ninth inning when Timmons signaled in frustration to clear the field.  MLB UMPIRE HIT IN FACE WITH BASEBALL ON ERRANT THROW DURING CARDINALS-METS GAME Social media erupted over the bizarre sight – ejections happen, yes but the grounds crew?  They hurried off the field but Timmons said he never ejected them.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "I didn’t ‘eject’ the grounds crew," he told the Associated Press, via text. "I just didn’t want all of them behind the tarp, especially with the infield in." Rain began just minutes later but the Yankees came back to win the game 4-3 after Brett Gardner hit a two-run single, earning New York’s third...
    On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Mariam Rahim, an American citizen who was rescued from Afghanistan, said that when she tried to contact the State Department, they didn’t help her and asked why she was left behind with her family. Rahim said that she was in Afghanistan visiting her family, and while she was in the country, “the Taliban attacked Kabul. They were in Kabul. And we tried to reach [the] State Department. The State Department [didn’t] help us.” Rahim further stated that she wants to know, “why they left me behind, and with my family?” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    Former President Donald Trump secretly signed a memo just days after his election defeat that would have withdrawn all remaining US troops out of Afghanistan just five days before he left office, according to Bob Woodward's new book, Peril. The memo, which according to the book got withdrawn after top military and national security officials who were left out of its crafting, intervened with Trump, came months before the Biden administration would oversee a sudden withdrawal - which Trump would slam as chaotic and disorganized. The Nov. 11th memo, titled 'Memorandum for the Acting Secretary of Defense: Withdrawal from Somalia and Afghanistan,' stunned chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, according to Peril, which Woodward coauthored with journalist Robert Costa. The new acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller and his chief of staff Kash Patel were also caught off guard. President Donald Trump signed a secret memo calling for the withdrawal of all US troops from Afghanistan by January 15, 2021 - just five days before he left office, but top security aides scrambled to nullify it, according...
    THE widow of one of the heroes aboard Flight 93 on 9/11 has recalled her husband's final words to her from the hijacked 757 before he led a band of passengers in a fight to take back control of the plane. Deena Burnett-Bailey had been making breakfast for her three young daughters in San Ramon, California on the morning of September 11, 2001, when she looked up at the TV to see that an airplane had crashed into the World Trade Center. 20Deena Burnett had been making breakfast for her girls when the first plane hit the World Trade Center on 9/11. Her husband Tom was flying home from Newark that morningCredit: Courtesy of Deena Burnett Bailey 20Tom, 38, was one of the heroes aboard United Flight 93 which crashed into a field in Pennsylvania on 9/11Credit: Courtesy of Deena Burnett Bailey 20The plane crashed into the ground at 580 miles per hour. None of the 44 onboard survivedCredit: AP:Associated Press Her husband Tom Burnett, a 38-year-old chief operating officer for a dental implant company, had been in New York...
    LOVE Island star Priya Gopaldas revealed why she donated her £750 pay cheque from the ITV2 show to an NHS charity. The 23-year-old took to her Instagram stories last week to share her decision to donate the funds to NHS Charities Together. 5Priya confessed she dreams to be a doctor above everything elseCredit: Eroteme 5Priya worked six day, 12 hour night shifts, supporting doctors and nurses in the understaffed departmentCredit: Instagram She told her followers the money was "put to good use" and shared a screenshot on her payment from ITV and the donation. Priya told OK!: "I just thought, with the year we've had, the NHS has given me so much, given everyone so much. "So as a little gesture of my appreciation for the NHS and the people that work tirelessly for our health I thought I's just give them that because Love Island was such a positive experience for me." She revealed: "I didn't even realise I was getting a pay cheque from ITV. "So because it was such a positive experience I thought just as a little token...
    A HEARTBROKEN mom says she regrets not forcing her 19-year-old daughter to get a jab after the teen died of Covid. Breanna Gray, from Texas, was diagnosed with coronavirus in late July and died within just a few weeks. 4Breanna Gray died of Covid within weeks of catching itCredit: Instagram/Breanna Gray 4The 19-year-old was not vaccinated and had to be put on a ventilator in hospitalCredit: Tabatha Gray The healthy teen had no underlying conditions and was about to start a new semester at Navarro College before she was struck down by the bug. Breanna's mom, Tabitha Gray, told of the last time she spoke to her daughter as she tried to calm her down after doctors told her she'd need to go on a ventilator. "You just hear her screaming through the mask for me, and that was the last time," the grieving mom told Fox4. "And the last voice I heard is her yelling for me in her mask. "For me not being there to help my baby or be there is the worst feeling in the entire...
    Kanye West has been trolled by a cartoon pig.  The American rapper and fashion mogul dropped his new album 'Donda' on 29 August following listening events at Soldier Field in Chicago and Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta to mixed reviews. One such review in particular - a 6.0 rating given by music news and reviews website Pitchfork - drew the attention of a rival star and global icon in her own right: Peppa Pig. Turns out that Peppa, a loveable cartoon pig watched by kids in 180 countries around the world, had dropped an album of her own entitled Peppa's Adventures on July 30 which had scooped a 6.5 rating from Pitchfork - a whole .5 higher than Donda. In a somewhat out of character move for the typically soft-spoken swine, Peppa took to Twitter and delivered Kanye a beatdown hotter than any hog-roast. In a now deleted tweet, Peppa roasted Kanye via Twitter, poking fun at the rapper whose new album scored a lower rating than 'Peppa's Adventures' on website Pitchfork Peppa the Pig is a highly successful British...
    'Everyone is in favour of free speech,' said Winston Churchill, 'but some people's idea of it is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone else says anything back, that is an outrage.' He could have been talking about Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, two people who think they have both the right to drop endless incendiary unsubstantiated bombshells about their family AND the right to censor and silence anyone who dares to disbelieve or challenge them. Back in March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent two hours spray-gunning the Royals to Oprah Winfrey in an explosive interview on prime-time US television. They claimed a member of the Royal Family had been racist about their son Archie, and that their little boy had been banned from being a Prince because of his skin colour. Back in March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent two hours spray-gunning the Royals to Oprah Winfrey in an explosive interview on prime-time US television, writes PIERS MORGAN Hours later on GMB, Piers said he didn't...
    MARRIED At First Sight fans slammed Morag for not being happy with her husband, Luke. The veterinary nurse, 31, admitted she was looking for a more muscular man than Welsh firefighter Luke, 36. 3Married At First Sight's Morag and Luke were matched on tonight's showCredit: e4 In fact, viewers got really mad when the blonde bombshell complained she "didn't get what I ordered" when it came to the stranger she agreed to marry. "I wanted big, athletic, hairy," Morag started, before admitting, "but I'm willing to give it a chance." "I'm willing to give myself up to the process, and trust the experts." Fans slammed her attitude saying, Luke wasn't a 'meal at McDonald's waiting to be ordered'. "Morag did you get what you ordered like he was away for a takeaway," wrote one fan on Twitter. Another added: "Wow Morag! 'Did you get what you ordered?' It's not a takeaway." Most read in TVCHIT CHAT Jeopardy! host Mike Richards apologizes for past sexist remarksExclusiveBOYS TO MEN Two and a Half Men star Angus T Jones, 27, looks unrecognizable in...
    There were some extra fireworks on Sunday in a showdown between Triple-A Scranton going up against Lehigh Valley.  In a contest between the Yankees’ Triple-A affiliate Scranton going up against the Phillies’ Triple-A Lehigh Valley, a brawl of massive proportions broke out right in the middle of the action. The benches cleared and there indeed was plenty of drama. This came after Scranton catcher Max McDowell was drilled in the head with some high heat. The backstop was so angry with what happened, he charged the mound. Next thing you know, all hell broke loose. The Yankees and Phillies Triple-A affiliates just got into a brawl after Max McDowell was hit in the head by a pitch and charged the mound???? pic.twitter.com/Lu6tPHpo1Y — Eli Fishman (@elijfishman) August 29, 2021 Yankees: Catcher Max McDowell lost his mind after he was hit by a pitchThat pitch got away from David Paulino. While it didn’t look intentional whatsoever, McDowell didn’t care about that whatsoever. He immediately fired off his helmet and raced after Paulino. He wasn’t able to get any punches in on...