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    The husband of the spectator dubbed 'courtside Karen' after she was filmed heckling LeBron James had previously posted online about his dislike for the LA Lakers star. Chris Carlos, 56, shared images to his now private Instagram page showing him sat behind the basketball player during a 2017 game.  He wrote: 'Can u tell I don't like this guy.' In another post from the same game Atlanta businessman Chris said: 'He almost sat his big ass on my wallet and phone.'  Chris was ejected from the NBA game on Monday after his wife Juliana, 25, was filmed shouting at James during his game with the Atlanta Hawks. She then posted an expletive-filled video to Instagram accusing James of 'talking s***' to Chris. Juliana described her husband as a 'Hawks fan' in online posts and said he has 'been watching the games for 10 years' and 'has this issue with LeBron.'  She...
    Is he an innie or a pout-ie? A Los Angeles, California-based comedian is putting his tummy where his mouth is with a flexible belly button that can blow a kiss. TikTok clips showcasing his umbilical gymnastics have gone viral online. “I grew up on a farm without cable,” Henry Drayton, 27, told Caters News Agency about the inspiration for his stomach-smacking stunt, which he reportedly perfected by messing “around in the mirror.” A 30-second YouTube compilation shows Drayton retracting and extending his belly button so that it parrots puckering up for a smooch. His umbilicus protrudes so far each time that it evokes Freddy Krueger coming through the wall in “Nightmare in Elm Street.” Abdominal makeout sessions are among a “variety of weird things” that the human Gumby can do with his body, Drayton said. In another clip on TikTok with 18,000 views, he demonstrates stretching his...
    Sacha Baron Cohen has revealed the purpose of his Borat sequel was to convince viewers to vote against Donald Trump in the presidential election and the infamous Rudy Giuliani honey trap scene that captured him with his hand down his pants makes him 'happy'.  Cohen released the mockumentary comedy 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' in October during the build up to the presidential election and it shows him crashing the Conservative Political Action Conference, filming a fake interview with Trump's lawyer Giuliani and rubbing shoulders with QAnon conspiracy theorists at anti-lockdown protests.  The movie tells the story of his character Borat Sagdiyev, a fictional Kazakhstani journalist, venturing to America to offer his daughter Tutar, played by Maria Bakalova, as a bride to Vice President Mike Pence. 'I don’t want to egotistically imply that people would watch Borat and not vote for Trump, but that was the aim,' Baron Cohen said in a feature...
    November 10, 2020 - Washington, DC. Demonstration in front of the Supreme Court in favor of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on the day that the Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case regarding it. Michael Brochstein/Sipa via AP Images Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.John Nantz doesn’t like his health insurance plan. At $266 a month, he thinks the bronze plan he buys off the federal health exchange is too expensive, plus the $6,500 deductible is too high. The single, childless, 34-year-old management consultant in Austin says he doesn’t need much health care anyway, just the sports therapists and chiropractors he pays for out of pocket or through a health savings account. Hating your health insurance plan is a time-honored American tradition. Many of those lucky enough to have...
    NYPD investigating videos of officer who said Trump 2020 over patrol vehicle speaker Burger Kings new 2021 restaurants will have food lockers, conveyor belts that deliver Whoppers to your car, and modern, minimalist dining areas. Take a look inside. Selena Gomez Chats with Timothée Chalamet While Hes in Line to Vote: Really Hope This Guy Loses © Provided by People Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images; Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images Selena Gomez and Timothée Chalamet are exercising their voting rights! On Saturday, the "Rare" singer, 28, and Lady Bird actor, 24, hopped on an Instagram Live together and encouraged their fans to vote. During the live chat, Gomez appeared from home, after casting her mail-in ballot. Meanwhile, former costar Chalamet was seen waiting in line for in-person voting in New York City. © Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images; Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images "I'm really proud of you," Timothée Chalamet said...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenFeds investigating if alleged Hunter Biden emails connected to foreign intelligence operation: report Six takeaways from Trump and Biden's dueling town halls Biden draws sharp contrast with Trump in low-key town hall MORE tore into President TrumpDonald John TrumpFeds investigating if alleged Hunter Biden emails connected to foreign intelligence operation: report Six takeaways from Trump and Biden's dueling town halls Biden draws sharp contrast with Trump in low-key town hall MORE Friday over his response to a foiled plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen WhitmerGretchen WhitmerDOJ veteran says he's quitting over Barr's 'slavish obedience' to Trump Virginia governor on alleged kidnapping plot: Trump's rhetoric 'emboldening' white supremacists The Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by Facebook - Barrett touts independence to sidestep confirmation questions MORE (D), accusing him of stoking tensions across the country. Biden said the plot by a militia group to kidnap Whitmer, which...
    Claire McCaskill has had enough. On a night when the Republican National Convention likely violated government law prohibiting the use of federal resources for political purposes and when the First Lady publicly defended President Donald Trump despite his past infidelity to her with a porn star, the former Missouri senator abandoned any pretense of objective analysis. Instead, appearing on MSNBC’s post-RNC coverage, she went off like a white-hot bolt of lightning. “I have to take a deep breath here because I’m hoppin’ mad. I’m just furious,” McCaskill spit out, launching right into a rant against Trump and the RNC’s choice to air a naturalization ceremony in the White House as part of the second night of the convention. “I am furious at this little, small man trashing the people’s house with his narcissism and his ego, using those people that were becoming American citizens as props. And by the way,...
    Americans love imports—wine, cheese, fiancés—whatever it is, things just taste better when they come from overseas. Amid the global pandemic that has curtailed travel and disrupted international commerce, Twitter users were recently delighted to find that there is one thing that’s still safe to import: humor. In the last few days, Australian comedy group the Chaser has gone viral with a hilarious video interview with “the guy who makes the racist statues.” The video plays on the recent phenomenon of people pulling down statues perceived as racist. Statues of Confederate generals, slave traders, Christopher Columbus, and others have recently been removed by protest crowds and public officials. Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” concerto plays in the video as Aussie everyman “John,” resplendent in plaster-stained coveralls, talks about “continuing a proud family tradition” of making racist statues. Meet the guy who makes the racist statues pic.twitter.com/XqwghBjOkJ—
    BOSTON (CBS) — Nobody is expecting Jarrett Stidham to step into the starting quarterback role in New England and perform like Tom Brady in his prime. But what exactly should fans expect out of Stidham? To help answer that question, retired offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia offered up his scouting report on Stidham in an interview on Sirius XM. It wasn’t a negative review by any means, and Scarencchia was quick to pount out Stidham’s strengths. But there also wasn’t a whole lot of substance to inspire a tremendous level of confidence in the second-year QB out of Auburn. “This is a different guy in a couple of ways, all right?” Scarnecchia said of Stidham compared to Brady. “Number one, he doesn’t have the wealth of experience that Tom has. There’s no doubt about that, and you have to concede that number one. Yes, there’s going to be some things where he’s...
    Bill Nye “The Science Guy” has plenty on his mind these days. The 64-year-old teamed up with Toshiba and the National Science Teachers Association to honor the national winners of this year’s ExploraVision competition, the world’s latest K-12 science contest. The competition encourages students to develop a passion for science at a young age, as well as develop creative ideas touching on medical safety, environmental preservation and energy power. The celebrated educator believes now more than ever is an exciting time for parents to help spark that inspiration right at home. It has come a long way since his days filming the popular TV series, which aired from 1993 until 1998. Nye spoke to Fox News about ExploraVision, the funniest encounter he’s ever had with a fan and how many bow ties he owns at this point. ‘DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN’ STAR JANE SEYMOUR RECALLS WORKING ALONGSIDE JOHNNY CASH ON...
    Dear Amy: My girlfriend is very jealous and doesn’t see it! Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  She has gone through my phone and found photos that I forgot I even had because they were taken years ago. She doesn’t trust me to spend time by myself. I even share my location with her through iPhone, but she says that when I go to the store (to get my alone time, as I can’t get it at home) that she doesn’t know if that’s where I’m really going. Shouldn’t she have learned her lesson about going through my phone, snooping and trying to catch me doing things? Because of this, my phone is now only unlockable using Face ID because she knows my passcode. If I’m getting accused of cheating without even doing it (as I spend every waking moment with her unless I’m at work or she’s at her...
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