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    When it comes to my identity, I highlight three things about myself above anything else: I’m a woman, I’m Puerto Rican, and I’m a full-fledged theater person. I grew up thinking that everyone, not just my family, ate arroz con gandules (rice and beans) and pernil (pork) at their holiday meals. And I was barely 9 years old when I had my first solo in a Philadelphia community theater production of Annie. This is why when the casting news came out about Steven Spielberg’s film remake of the West Side Story musical I was ecstatic beyond belief, and then incredibly disappointed. Once again, the actress playing the character of Maria is not Puerto Rican, and I can’t understand why. Before you grab your pitchforks (or in the context of this piece, your pocket knives and chains) I know the effort that director Spielberg put into getting this film “right,” as he should have. It’s common knowledge that the folks the first time around got the movie very, very wrong. He canvassed students and professors from the University of Puerto...
    SLOW cookers can create many marvellous things. But have you tried this rainbow fudge which is a surefire win with the kids? 2The fun fudge treats almost look too good to eatCredit: Slow Cooker Recipe Tips The fun recipe, from Acooking shared on Facebook, uses only 4 ingredients. The sweet treat was described as: "Super quick and easy to make so the kids could get involved and all ingredients came from aldi. It’s yummy!" All you need is: 500g cheap white chocolate, 397g of sweetened condensed milk, 15g unsalted butter and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED These are all available at Aldi for only £1.50 for the chocolate (30p per 100g), 89p for the condensed milk, 45p for the full packet of butter and 65p for the full bottle of vanilla extract. Make sure to have food colouring in your desired shades too Simply put all the ingredients - except for the food colouring - into a slow cooker. Cook the mixture on high for 45 minutes with the...
    BORUSSIA DORTMUND CHIEF Michael Zorc has admitted Erling Haaland can leave under 'certain conditions', handing a boost to Manchester United and Chelsea. The 21-year-old is believed to have a £64million release clause, which has attracted a number of top clubs from across Europe. 1Rangnick could tempt Haaland to the red side of ManchesterCredit: GETTY IMAGES And in order for Dortmund's hand to be forced in negotiations, Zorc admits teams will have to meet 'certain conditions' as there's 'no need to sell him'. In an interview with German outlet Sport1, Zorc said: "The fact is that he has a contract. But it's also a fact, and this is no secret, that he can leave the club under certain conditions. "Both Erling and the club are dealing with the issue very professionally. We'll see how things progress. "There is, despite the pandemic, no economic need to sell him. That is also a fact. We will sit down and see how the talks go." Premier League duo Man Utd and Chelsea are two of many chasing Haaland's signature. But as SunSport exclusively revealed,...
    (CBS) – Liana Wallace was the latest Survivor 41 player to have their flame extinguished as she was voted out on episode 11 and will be 12th member of this season’s jury. CBS‘ Matt Weiss spoke to Liana about her Survivor strengths, alliance break down and the twist that sent her home. READ MORE: ‘Survivor 41’ Episode 11 Recap: Do Or DieMW- Hello Leanna! Congrats on a great game, unfortunately it ended sooner than you would have liked but take me back to the beginning when you first get to the island. What was your first impression? LW- As you know I’m a lifelong fan. I couldn’t believe I’m playing Survivor. Then you finally get to meet the people in your tribe and it was so cool to meet everyone. I connected with Evvie right off the bat. Tiff was cracking jokes, she was hilarious. Sara and I were both students. I’ve seen so many seasons before but now I’m going to play and I’m going to make my relationships and that was the coolest part that it was actually...
    Far right wing pastor Kent Christmas, famous for his anti-LGBTQ remarks, is now seemingly embracing a conspiracy theory, telling parishioners no “big Democrats” have died from COVID and asking them, “Doesn’t that make you wonder?” Christmas is a pro-Trump anti-vaxxer who back in August claimed Christians should not get vaccinated because “the law of God supersedes the law of men.” Now he’s saying no “big Democrats” or billionaires have died of the coronavirus, and he’s correct – but for reasons that appear to escape him. “I can’t think of one big Democrat that’s died from the Coronavirus,” he says in video posted by Friendly Atheist’s Hemant Mehta. “I can’t think of one billionaire that’s died of Coronavirus. Bill Gates is fine. George Soros is fine,” he adds, as an parishioner can be heard saying, “You’re right.” “Biden’s fine. He’s 80 years old and half dead anyway,” the pastor added, to laughter and applause. “Rupert Murdoch’s fine. The CEOs of Vanguard and Berkshire Hathaway and State City and Mark Zuckerberg – they’re just fine.” “Doesn’t that make you wonder?” he asks,...
    President Biden's gut reaction to the news that a deadly suicide bomb had gone off amid the American evacuation from Afghanistan has been revealed.  During an Afghanistan briefing on Aug. 26, head of US Central Command Gen. Frank McKenzie turned ashen as he was handed a piece of paper. He told the meeting, which he'd called into by video, that a bomb had been detonated near the Hamid Karzai Airport - four services members were already dead, three near dead, dozens more injured.  There were gasps throughout the room and Biden winced before going silent for a long pause. 'The worst that can happen has happened,' the president said once he broke the silence, meeting participants told the New York Times.  The death toll eventually rose to 13 US service members and over 170 Afghans.  The fateful event has since marred the Biden administration's record and defined the frenzied withdrawal that has scored criticism from both sides. Following the attack, which terror group ISIS-K later claimed, the US carried out a retaliatory drone strike, which they initially claimed killed a terrorist...
    A WOMAN has revealed how you can feed a family-of-five a luxury three course Christmas dinner for less than £20 this December. Amy Kelly, a lifestyle blogger from Whitby has teamed up with Beyond Housing to put together a festive feast at just £3.76 per person. 4Amy Kelly has revealed how you can cook a three course Christmas dinner for £20Credit: YouTube/@ The Beach Lady 4By swapping turkey for chicken you can save massesCredit: YouTube/@ The Beach Lady 4This posh starter comes in at just 36p a head 4This impressive pud uses bargain ingredients Amy says: “Being a working mum I understand how difficult it is to feed your family healthy meals on a budget “Over the years I’ve picked up a lot of tips and tricks to help keep the weekly shopping budget down low. “I’m going to show you how you can feed your family a delicious three course Christmas meal for around £20.” Here we reveal her super simple and fantastically frugal Christmas lunch menu Pate with Melba toast and chutney Shopping list: Bread 36p Lidl, pate...
    NEARLY $714,000 in tax refunds has been unclaimed in one part of the country. If you're a San Diego County resident, read on to learn more about the tax refunds you might be missing out on. 1Nearly $714,000 has gone unclaimed in San Diego County Officials from the county's Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office reminded residents to check for possible unclaimed tax refunds after noting that nearly $714,000 in funds remain. According to a statement from Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister, the average refund is $386. Nearly $40,000 has already been refunded, reports Fox. Yet more than 1,170 unclaimed refunds remain. Residents have until December 17 to submit a claim. Money that remains unclaimed after that date will get eschewed, or handed over, to the county's general fund in accordance with state law. Most read in MoneyCASHING IN Demand for December stimulus payment after families sent 'surprise' $8,000 cashCASHING IN States issue 'surprise holiday cash' up to $1.1k with parents in line for $1.8kHELPING HAND 10 states and cities giving out payments before ChristmasFESTIVE BOOST? New stimulus check worth $200 proposed by state...
    Drinking just four pints of beer or small glasses of wine a week increases the risk of dementia, a study suggests. Researchers have warned it raises by half the chance of suffering problems with short-term memory and spatial awareness – how we perceive the space around our bodies. They said failing to cut back to safe drinking limits could see these problems lead to dementia.  The four pints level – eight units – compares with NHS advice to drink a maximum of 14 units a week. Scientists analysed data on more than 15,000 people aged 50 and over and tracked them for two years.  Their consumption of alcohol, including quantity and frequency, was assessed and they took tests to measure thinking skills. Researchers at King's College London analysed data on more than 15,000 people aged 50 and over and tracked them for two years (stock image) Dementia and Alzheimer's disease was the largest killer in England in October, according to Office for National Statistics data released yesterday Global dementia cases are set to nearly triple by 2050, from 57.4million to...
    "Not that I'm aware of," he said. The Citizen reported that the only similar documented incident took place in March 2015 when two police officers on security duty outside of the Ferguson police headquarters were shot, which prompted protesters to flee. Authorities arrested a black suspect in connection to the incident, who was later convicted of the shooting. A spokesperson for the Bush campaign on Monday night attempted to defuse the situation by issuing a statement supporting her accusations of white supremacists shooting at protesters and said, "While on the frontlines of the Ferguson Uprising, Congresswoman Bush and other activists were shot at by white supremacists vigilantes. The question we need to ask is why white supremacists feel empowered to open-carry rifles, incite violence, and put black lives at risk across our country."
    WHEN Tk Kennedy was just 17-year-old she was diagnosed with a rare condition which means she will never be able to carry her own children. The now 20-year-old will have to start ‘painful’ and ‘uncomfortable’ treatment just so she can have sex. 3Tk Kennedy had always dreamed of being a mum but her dreams were ruined after being diagnosed with a rare condition which means she is missing part of her vaginaCredit: Kennedy News 3Now 20-years-old, the nursery worker is trying to help other people who have been diagnosed with the condition which means she is missing her wombCredit: Kennedy News Tk has Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome - meaning she is missing her womb, cervix and part of her vagina and will never have a period or be able to carry her own children. The nursery worker is about to start treatment to dilate her vaginal canal for 20 minutes twice a day, for a minimum of three months. She had always dreamed of becoming a mum and now is passionate about raising awareness of MRKH online and said her diagnosis...
    A COUPLE have swapped £1,200 a month rent to live in a van for just £20 a month. Chris Buxton and Reanna Mash, both 28, bought the £2,800 used Mercedes Luton, dubbed “Ruby”, in lockdown. 3Chris and Reanna bought the used Mercedes Luton for £2,800 in lockdownCredit: Caters 3The couple spent £10,000 renovating the interiorCredit: Caters They spent £10,000 fitting it with a bathroom, kitchen, living area and king-size bed — and getting rid of wasp and spider infestations. They and dog Rupert moved into it in March. Ex-mechanic Chris said: “I was sick of paying rent to greedy landlords who never had our best interests at heart. “We now own our home and all we pay for is the heating costs. “We also have the amazing ability to travel wherever we want.” The couple, of Exeter, Devon, next aim to buy land in Portugal where they can keep the van and enjoy the sunshine. 3Chris and Reanna spent £1,200 a month on rent but now only pay £20 a month to live in their vanCredit: Caters Most read in...
    We were in a cafe a few days ago, my friend and I, when our laughter made a nearby group of teenagers turn around. ‘Ugh,’ I heard one of them whisper. ‘They’re talking about sex. At their age!’ Her expression of pained disgust left us, both sixtysomethings, in no doubt about her feelings on the subject. Our discussion, a post-mortem of my friend’s ‘night before’, had ventured into territory assumed to belong exclusively in a world inhabited by the young and beautiful. A world off limits to anyone of my advanced age. However, like it or not, a recent survey found that the optimal age for sex among single women is 66. Although, in my experience, I’d say the best sex is to be found within a long and trusting relationship whatever your age, a healthy sex drive in your 60s is really not unusual. And whatever your circumstances, I think sex at this age is absolutely great. I speak as someone who met her beloved husband — Bob, the love of my life — when I was 19. And,...
    It TURNS out that toothpaste isn’t just for cleaning your teeth. It can be used to clean multiple items around the house and make them look brand new. 3Toothpaste is useful for cleaning more than just teethCredit: TikTok/@lynsey_queenofclean 3Toothpaste can be used to clean shoes, silverware, stainless steel, and moreCredit: TikTok/@lynsey_queenofclean Cleaning expert and author Lynsey Crombie shared her toothpaste hacks in a video that showed toothpaste being used to make various household items sparkle. Her first tip showed a “blob” of toothpaste being rubbed onto an iron with a cloth to remove brown spots.  Lynsey’s second tip utilized a scrub brush to scrub a mixture of toothpaste and water over dirty sneakers.  The end result showed the sneakers looking nearly new.  Similar to removing brown spots from the iron, the cleaning expert’s third hack used a rag and toothpaste to remove watermarks from silver cutlery.  And last but not least, Lynsey used a scrub brush to make a stainless steel sink shine like it’s new.  Most read in LifestyleWEIGHT WATCHER Queen will WEIGH Kate after Xmas dinner to see...
    Fact check: Image purporting to show COVID-19 vaccine appointments and organ donation sign is altered Brad Parscale told Trump that the thin crowd at his Tulsa rally looks like Beirut in the eighties, book says $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Refi Rates at 1.99% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Transfer Your Debt and Pay 0 Interest Until 2023 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/43 SLIDES © Greg Zabilski - Getty Images Movie and TV show fanatics know the immediate...
    WHEN fitness fanatic Kaelyn Franco went to a spin class for the first time, she thought she would be doing wonders for her health. The TikToker left the class a little bit sore but feeling as though she had gained muscle - putting down any pain to the intensity of the class. 3Kaelyn Franco loved to exercise and would often be out on her road bikeCredit: TikTok 3After attending a spin class she thought she had gained muscle definition, but was in painCredit: TikTok 3But she soon ended up in hospital after the pain got too much and doctors had to operate on her legCredit: TikTok Kaelyn, from Massachusetts, US, had received the recommendation from a friend and decided to book onto a spin class. A spin class is a form of fixed cycling where you will be in a studio or gym, following along with an instructor who will advise you on different inclines to change the intensity and speed of the workout on the bike. After she finished the class on September 15, she said it felt as though...
    The House and Senate are both in recess this week, neither planning floor sessions. However, that doesn't mean that they're not working on the critical half of President Joe Biden's big economic, climate change, and family agenda he's calling Build Back Better (BBB). It's the companion bill to the hard infrastructure bill that both the House and Senate have passed. Now that House Democrats have decided to trust Biden's ability to bring recalcitrant Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema along and do it in the next three weeks, with the Thanksgiving holiday thrown in, the pressure is very much on. Because it's not just BBB that has to be dealt with by Dec. 3. The conservative House Democrats who have been fighting that larger budget reconciliation bill agreed that they would allow for a vote on the package "no later than the week of Nov. 15." So that's the immediate job. There won't be any time to rest if that achievement is met because Congress agreed to give themselves that Dec. 3 deadline for two rather important things: lifting...
    WHAT'S the best thing about Halloween? That as soon as it ends, people begin decorating for Christmas. But sadly, Christmas time can rack up quite a bill as you begin gift shopping for friends and family, as well as preparing a nice dinner and decorating the house. 4A professional Christmas tree decorator revealed how she saved money on decorating a tree from scratchCredit: TikTok/@ABsHolidayDecor 4She got all of her decorations from a discount storeCredit: TikTok/@ABsHolidayDecor Well, this woman, who is a professional Christmas tree decorator, has found a way to save money when preparing for Christmas. All she did was purchase her Christmas tree's decorations at the discount store as she only spent $45. "Today, we are going to the Dollar Tree to design a Christmas tree on a budget," she began in her video. She then revealed that before actually begins grabbing anything, she will set a budget - for this occasion, it was $45 - and a theme. At the time, she picked elves as her motive. AB then proceeded to go through the entire store,...
    Preview(opens in a new tab) IF YOU “couldn’t help but wonder” what it would be like to live in Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment, now you don’t have to.  That’s right – your chance to stay in Carrie’s New York City apartment is here. 14Carrie Bradshaw's closet was full of vintage and new pieces from designer brandsCredit: Splash 14Carrie Bradshaw spent many nights spilling her heart out at her desk in Sex and the CityCredit: Splash Okay, it might not be the exact apartment featured in the beloved Sex and the City series, but Airbnb is renting out an apartment that’s recreated to look strikingly close to the iconic brownstone. Beginning on November 8 at 12pm, up to two guests can rent the lookalike apartment at an affordable price of only $23 per night.  The catch is that it’s only available for two nights for two separate one-night stays on November 12 and November 13. 14Carrie Bradshaw's apartment was her pride and joy in Sex and the CityCredit: The Mega Agency 14Carrie Bradshaw's closet was a dream for any fashionista, but it...
    A MUM whose family produce zero food waste says the cash savings mean they can now afford incredible holidays and they eat such a varied diet that one of her eldest son's first words was 'hummus'. NHS cancer care coordinator Kelley Szostak, 36, swears by shopping at her local surplus supermarkets - special outlets devoted to selling food near or on the sell-by date at a discounted rate - and has cut her weekly grocery bill down from £80 to just £18. 5Kelley Szostak bags all of this food for just £18Credit: PA Real Life 5Before relying on surplus food, Kelley's food bill had been £80 a week for her familyCredit: PA Real Life 5Kelley now buys food nearing its sell-by date for a fraction of the costCredit: PA Real Life Kelley, who lives with her husband, Alex, 35, and their two sons, Alistair, four, and Fraser, 18 months, in Pendle, Lancashire, said: “The amount of food wasted in this country is criminal. “People are going hungry while safe food is binned. I can’t stand it. “I’m doing my part...
    She explained, "He would wear a skirt one day and then the next day, he would wear jeans and a T-shirt, a polo, or hoodie. He was trying to find himself and that involved all kinds of styles. I believe he was doing it because it gave him attention he desperately needed and sought." Male teen 'depicted the rape as an accident'The woman added that her son described the sexual assault to her in a way that made her believe the incident was all a misunderstanding. The two, according to the woman, met in a bathroom earlier in the day because the female teen "wasn't feeling well that day." "He was worried about her, asked her how she was feeling, touched her forehead, brought water for her," his mother recalled, and said that her son told her that he and the female teen talked about having sex later on in the day. She continued, "He'd mentioned something about hooking up with her, said they'd discussed it that day and that she was wishy-washy, was like, 'Yeah, maybe,...
    AS THE colder weather sets in, coming home to a warm meal is becoming more appealing - and one savvy shopper has revealed how to do so whilst making some huge savings in Morrisons, Waitrose and ASDA. Jo Bohm, aged 36 from Isle of Wight and mum of two children aged 9 and 12, regularly fills her freezer for a matter of pence and has revealed how you can do the same. 4Jo Bohm reveals how she fills her freezer for as little as 20pCredit: LatestDeals.co.uk 4She creates delicious meals out of her yellow sticker ingredientsCredit: LatestDeals.co.uk 4Jo bagged these prawns for £2 less than what they were supposed to costCredit: LatestDeals.co.uk She told money-saving community LatestDeals.co.uk: “I am always on the lookout for yellow stickers and love picking up bargains which help me save money on family meals.  “I tend to pick up the best bargains from Waitrose, Morrisons and ASDA. “The other week I picked up a huge haul in Waitrose, all yellow stickers. These included pork cocktail sausages reduced from £3.25 to 90p, Cauldron Tandoori Bites marked...
    Women are just as competitive as men, according to a study, that found they enter  competitions at the same rate as men, but are more likely to share their winnings. Putting volunteers in groups and asking them to complete a series of maths problems in return for a reward helped researchers from the University of Arizona in Tucson to study gender differences in relation to competition. The 238 participants were evenly split between men and women, and had the option of choosing a guaranteed prize for a correct result, a larger prize if they were a top performer, or a larger prize with the option to share the winnings with the losers. If given the chance to share their winnings, 60 per cent of women opted for competition, whereas only 35 per cent decided to compete if they won the lot.  In contrast, 51 per cent of men opted for the winner-take-all option, compared to 52.5 per cent of men going for gold if they got to share their reward with the losers. Researchers say that female participants may be more interested...
    A HOME with a rather quirky design has gone on the market for $1.7 million – and it’s like stepping back into the 1970s. Nestled in the Sunshine Canyon in Boulder, Colorado, the three-bedroom house was built in 1970 – and has barely been touched since. 13Credit: Jam Press 13Credit: Jam Press Featuring orange shag carpeting and wooden furniture throughout, the property is like a time capsule. The home also appears to have been owned by artists, with plenty of studio space available. But even more interesting than what’s inside is its exterior. 13Credit: Jam Press 13Credit: Jam Press 13Credit: Jam Press The bizarre design includes a copper-clad twin tower roof with dome skylights – which viewers on Facebook have compared to a pair of nipples. A less controversial addition is the swimming pool – and the property is one of only a handful in the area which benefits from one. Aptly described on the listing as “the epitome of eclectic”, the property has gone on the market for the first time in...
    WE keep being told that if we just make small adjustments to our lives, carbon emissions will plummet, the dodo will come back to life and the Amazon rainforest will once again hum with vibrancy and colour. The message is clear: If we only eat meat at weekends, walk to work once in a while and put on a jumper rather than turning up the central heating a notch, then all will be well with the tiny blue space-marble on which we all live. 7During the pandemic, when the world pretty much shut down, concentrations of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere actually went UPCredit: Getty 7Joanna Lumley said this week there will have to be food rationing, like we had in the warCredit: Rex But I’m afraid the message is wrong. Because the inconvenient truth is small steps just won’t cut it. Trying to fix an entire planet by buying locally produced raspberries and insulating your loft is like trying to cure a cancer patient by trimming his eyebrows. We learned this week that during the...
    A 'radiant' Princess Beatrice has 'never looked better' after welcoming her first child last month, experts have revealed.  The Queen's granddaughter, 33, has been spotted out and about on a handful of occasions since welcoming her first child Sienna with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in September. Last weekend, Beatrice looked stunning as she attended Prince Philippo's wedding in Italy alongside her husband, recycling a Gucci dress she first wore in 2018. It was a far cry from some of Beatrice's past fashion choices, with the royal previously being criticised for her outrageous hate and unflattering frumpy clothes.  Experts have now told FEMAIL how the royal has appeared 'radiant' on recent appearances, crediting her glowing skin, bouncy locks and trendy wardrobe.   A 'radiant' Princess Beatrice has 'never looked better' after welcoming her first child last month, experts have revealed (pictured left, in 2008, and right, earlier this week at a royal wedding in Athens)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The new 5:2! Eco-conscious Brits are going vegetarian five... Society bride Lady Charlotte Lindesay-Bethune stuns...
    IT'S the age old question of whether or not size matters - but one doctor has revealed a nifty trick if you want to guess the size of a man's soldier. You'd think that getting out the tape measure or even a ruler would do the trick, but there's an even simpler way. 2If you want to measure the size of your penis, you don't actually need to get the tape measure outCredit: Getty 2Dr Karan Rajan referred to a study he said was 'interesting' but urged caution and said it's not a hard and fast ruleCredit: tiktok/drkaranr Posting to TikTok, Dr Karan Rajan referred to a study which claims that you can measure the size of a man's penis by how short his index finger is. He explained: "According to a urological study in the Asian Journal of Andrology a shorter index finger compared to ring finger correlates to a bigger snozwaggler. "This is known as the second to fourth digit ratio, calculated by dividing the length of the index finger by the length of the ring finger. "The...
    VICE News reports on civil forfeitures in 2017 resulting from laws that originated from former President Ronald Reagan's War on Drugs in the 1980s. A new report released this week found what any person of color familiar with the workings of the criminal justice system probably could have guessed: that cops who seized the property of suspects, even those who aren’t convicted, more often than not targeted Black and low-income communities. The survey, partially the result of a class action lawsuit, focused on Philadelphia respondents who were victims of this practice, which is known as civil forfeiture. Two thirds of the respondents were Black, “63% earned less than $50,000 annually and 18% were unemployed,” researchers wrote in the report from the public interest law firm Institute for Justice. Researchers also found that “compared to Philadelphians overall, respondents were more often minority and lower income” and that “they also had less education and higher rates of unemployment.” Such was the case for Nassir Geiger: He happened to be on the scene greeting a friend who was then caught in the midst of a drug possession arrest at a McDonald’s in northeast Philadelphia. Andrew Wimer, director...
    A GOOGLE Maps users thinks they've spotted an island that looks just like Baby Yoda from Disney's The Mandalorian. A screenshot of the island has been posted to a popular Reddit thread that discusses strange Google Maps finds. 2Some people think this island in Mauritius looks like Baby YodaCredit: Google Earth 2Baby Yoda is a character from The Mandalorian series on Disney+Credit: DISNEY The Reddit page is described as: "A subreddit for anything and everything to do with Google Maps, Google Earth, and Google Street View." It has thousands of members who share and discuss their finds. User u/No_Raptors posted the island image to the Reddit thread and wrote: "Baby Yoda Island". The island does have two large protruding areas that could be interpreted as Yoda ears. However, not everyone agreed with this in the comments. Most read in TechHIDE & SEEK I found a way to catch your partner CHEATING on Instagram and SnapchatDAYLIGHT ROBBERY Google warns of burglary risk for your home after shocking trend spottedWAR GAMES Call of Duty games in order: By release date and timelineLISTEN...
    IT'S A real-life Nightmare on Elm Street - and it can be yours to keep. The house from the classic 1984 horror movie is up for sale. 12The house used to film Nightmare on Elm Street is on the marketCredit: The Mega Agency 12It's a stunning two-story homeCredit: The Mega Agency 12It was the home where Freddie Krueger terrorized multiple teenagersCredit: The Mega Agency If you truly dare, you can purchase the home used during the filming of the iconic movie. Freddy Krueger will be on hand to help show prospective home buyers around the luxury pad. The $3.25 million Dutch Colonial home, which is located in the historic Spaulding Square neighborhood in Los Angeles, features three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms in the main two-story house on the estate. 12The kitchen features stainless steel appliancesCredit: The Mega Agency 12The dining room sits eight peopleCredit: The Mega Agency 12There is also a second dining room for smaller groupsCredit: The Mega Agency On the outside, the home is simply painted in white and green with plenty of windows that provide...
    She shares two teenage sons with her ex-husband Kevin Federline. But Britney Spears was having trouble accepting that her boys are becoming young men in a sweet Instagram post she shared on Friday. The 39-year-old pop icon was pictured on various trips to the beach with her young boys in the vintage photos as she bemoaned how 'bittersweet' it was to see them growing up. Memories: Britney Spears, 39, posted throwback photos to Instagram on Friday showing her sons Sean, 16, and Jayden, 15, when they were young boys In one of the photos, Britney was seen carrying one of the boys while she wore a floral-print bikini with a backwards baseball cap and dark sunglasses. Sean and Jayden were also pictured running together by the edge of the water, and the singer helped to dry one of them off with a towel in a third snap.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Jamie Lynn Spears claims her parents cut her off from... Britney Spears' father Jamie Spears makes changes to legal... Britney Spears...
    In this article TREEVIDEO4:0504:05Buy-now, pay-later boom: Who wins the space?The ExchangeWhy pay now when you can pay later? Whether it's holiday gifts or groceries, it's easier than ever to postpone payments on purchases. "Buy now, pay later," or BNPL, lets shoppers break their purchases into equal installment payments, often interest-free, which can make even the biggest-ticket items seem affordable and the smallest purchases seem almost negligible. It's similar to old-school layaway plans, except consumers get the product up front and pay for it in incremental amounts. As installment payments gain momentum along with a surge in online shopping, in general, in the wake of the Covid pandemic, about one-third of shoppers have already financed purchases this way and among those consumers, nearly two-thirds have done so five or more times, according to a recent survey by LendingTree.  VIDEO2:1202:12Is buy now, pay later a fad?Closing BellProviders such as Afterpay, Affirm, Klarna, Sezzle and Zip are paving the way and big companies are also jumping on the bandwagon ahead of the holidays, with PayPal starting its own product, Amazon and Apple partnering up with Affirm and Target's recent...
    A CONSTIPATION hack is going viral for claiming to work within minutes. Some say it got their bowel movements going with ease, while others are more skeptical. 3An acupuncturist says she has the trick to get your bowels movingCredit: Getty TikTok user Anita Tadavarthy shared her unique way of relieving constipation, which she noted plagues millions of people. Her first video shows her putting her fists together and rubbing them together where the thumbs meet. She says to do this for a couple of minutes twice a day while sitting on the toilet. In another video, she claims that “stimulating this area causes stimulation of the large intestine”. It’s based on acupuncture medicine, which Anita is a specialist in. Acupressure - based on the traditional Chinese medicine practise of anctuputre - involves putting pressure on certain parts of the body in order to invigorate another part. People who use it believe there is a network inside the body that connects specific organs to a certain pressure point. Acupressure practitioners use their fingers, palms, elbows or feet, or special devices...
    A HACK is going viral for claiming to ease constipation within minutes. Some say it got their bowel movements going with ease, while others are more skeptical. 2Anita Tadavarthy says rubbing your fists together as shown helps with constipationCredit: TikTok @empiricalgraceacu 2The acupuncturist believes this part of the hand is connected to the large intestineCredit: TikTok @empiricalgraceacu TikTok user Anita Tadavarthy shared her unique way of relieving constipation, which she noted plagues millions of people. Her first video shows her putting her fists together and rubbing them together where the thumbs meet. She says to do this for a couple of minutes twice a day while sitting on the toilet. In another video, she claims that “stimulating this area causes stimulation of the large intestine”. It’s based on acupuncture medicine, which Anita is a specialist in. Acupressure - based on the traditional Chinese medicine practise of anctuputre - involves putting pressure on certain parts of the body in order to invigorate another part. People who use it believe there is a network inside the body that connects specific organs to...
    OFFICIALS have claimed “challenging” conditions prevent people from searching the swamps where Brian Laundrie’s items were found - despite his parents being filmed walking through the area yesterday.  In a press conference on Thursday Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno said the search of the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park was slowed down by “treacherous” terrain covered in “chest-deep water” and swarmed by alligators and rattlesnakes.  1Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie in a TikTok videoCredit: Social Media - Refer to source “I couldn't be more proud of Chief Todd Garrison, Sarasota Sheriff's office, the FBI, and all law enforcement agents that are here today,” he told reporters.  "Today when I walked back there I got to see firsthand the treacherous conditions that they were working with. "We're talking about water levels up almost above the chest area, rattlesnakes, moccasins, alligators, and these heroes go out there. "While we can't change the outcome, we can bring justice," Marceno added. "It's very, very difficult conditions. It's not like you can just walk up and look. It's not like you're searching a house...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more If you’re a bonafide foodie like myself, chances are you look forward to pumpkin season all year round (and possibly eat it all year round too!) Pumpkin is a food most everyone associates with cozy fall breakfasts, hearty soups and stews, and indulgent seasonal desserts. Pumpkin isn’t just for fall though. It’s an awesome food to consume year-round for a variety of health benefits. Pumpkin is a unique squash that has certain properties that make it stand out above other squashes. In fact, before we started using pumpkin in our dishes, Native Americans used pumpkin as both a medicinal aid and as a food. Pumpkin can be bought canned, fresh, or even in frozen form in some health food stores. You can use it to make pumpkin butter, a smoothie, a pie, a bowl of oatmeal, burgers, brownies, truffles, or incorporate it into soups and  salads. I do, suggest avoiding those chemically and artificially-flavored pumpkin lattes and sugary donuts from your local coffee store. Why not eat this superfood in whole form...
    U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), speaking before the House Rules Committee Wednesday appeared flustered and agitated when asked if he had talked to Donald Trump on January 6. Jordan began by delivering a rambling, angry, lie-filled speech revealing he is far more angry about the investigation into the attack on American democracy than the actual attack on democracy. The fast-talking Ohio GOP Congressman spewed a cornucopia of right wing talking points, including attacking the Biden administration in his remarks as the "worst administration in history." But his tune changed when he was asked questions. "If you could just, for the record, was it before, during or after the attack –" Jordan was asked by Chairman Jim McGovern (D-MA). "I talked to the president after the attack," Jordan interrupted. "So not before or during?" McGovern asked to confirm. "Right," Jordan agreed. "Okay, and you –" McGovern continued before being interrupted by Jordan. "And I have been clear about that. But here, let me ask you a question, you brought up January 6 –" Jordan continued, attempting to flip control of the...
    Americans who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can enjoy the upcoming holiday season 'the way we've traditionally done it all along,' Dr. Anthony Fauci announced Sunday morning. 'I believe strongly that — particularly in the vaccinated people, if you're vaccinated and your family members are vaccinated, those who are eligible, that is obviously very young children and not yet eligible, that you can enjoy the holidays,' the immunologist said during an interview on This Week ABC. 'You can enjoy Halloween, trick-or-treating, and certainly Thanksgiving with your family and Christmas with your family.' Fauci argued that celebrating together is one of the main reasons health experts emphasized the importance of getting vaccinated.  His holiday recommendations come just two weeks after he said it was 'too soon' to say whether Americans can gather for Christmas. Dr. Anthony Fauci announced Sunday that Americans who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can celebrate the holidays together 'the way we've traditionally done it all along' At that time, President Joe Biden's chief medical expert previously voiced cautious optimism about the country's COVID-19 numbers going down — however warned that the country needed...
    NEWCASTLE'S January transfer budget is just £50million, it has been reported. However, the club can dive into a further £150m of reserves from the deep pockets of their new Saudi owners if they want to. 2Mehrdad Ghodoussi and Amanda Staveley want to run Newcastle in a responsible wayCredit: Getty According to the Telegraph, they do not want to go crazy in their first transfer market in charge. And therefore the report states a budget of £50m is being planned for new signings. That is despite the fact Newcastle are now regarded as the richest club in the world thanks to the Saudi's £320billion wealth. And considering the Toon may well still be in a relegation dogfight, it is somewhat surprising how little they are planning to spend. Mike Ashley's stringent spending as owner left the Magpies in the black. And therefore, under Financial Fair Play rules, they are permitted to splurge as much as £200m. SHOCK CLAIM TV host John Walsh reveals where he believes Brian Laundrie is currently hidingGLOBAL THREAT China fires hypersonic nuke 'right round...
    On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) stated that the Biden administration isn’t actually going to reinstitute the Migrant Protection Protocols, commonly known as Remain in Mexico, “They’re actually just trying to slow-walk it until they can find a way to kill it.” Roy said, “[A] federal judge…said that the federal government needed to do its job and follow the law and actually continue to follow the Migrant Protection Protocols. The administration is actually working actively to undermine that. At the current moment, they’re actually trying to rescind the program by following the procedures the judge cited that they failed to follow to start with. Meanwhile, they’re going to put out news saying, well, we’re doing what the judge said. So, we’re going to do the Migrant Protection Protocol. But they’re really not. They’re actually just trying to slow-walk it until they can find a way to kill it.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    So-called 'pooled testing' of samples for COVID-19 instead of individually evaluating them can be faster, cheaper and just as accurate, a new study finds. Researchers from Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois, evaluated the effectiveness of pooled testing among the school's residential population.  Pool testing is when eight to ten saliva samples from multiple people are combined, and tested as a whole for COVID-19.  If the virus is not detected in the pooled sample, each person is cleared as negative. If the sample does test positive, the individual samples from each member are tested individually to find which ones are infected. The team found that pool testing surpasses the general standard for accuracy and cost only 43 cents per test administered - cheaper than running 'gold standard' PCR tests one at a time.  Pooling COVID-19 testing samples together instead of testing them individually can be more efficient, cheaper and just as effective, a new study finds. Pictured: A Northridge, California, student receives a COVID-19 test on August 11 Pooled testing is when samples from multiple people are combined and tested at...