Monthly Archives: August, 2022

Trump leaves Letitia James’ office after spending seven hours pleading the Fifth. Seven hours after arriving for a deposition in Letitia James’ civil lawsuit against the Trump Organization, the former president of the United States was seen leaving the office of the New York Attorney General. Despite the lengthy meeting, Trump’s testimony was ineffective for the New York investigators because he had already vowed to invoke his Fifth Amendment right to silence. Ronald Fischetti, an attorney for Trump who was present at the meeting, told the New York Times that throughout the entire conversation, Trump only responded to the question…

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NBC Sports Philadelphia removes Pete Rose’s profane interview from the replay. Pete Rose’s commentary from Tuesday night has been fervently attempted to be removed by NBC Sports Philadelphia after his appearance in the booth included some coarse language. The MLB’s all-time hits leader joined the broadcast team after being invited back to Citizens Bank Park on Sunday to commemorate the Phillies’ 1980 World Series victory. The broadcaster, however, will never forget his appearance with Tom McCarthy and John Kruk as announcers. After Rose joined the pair for the fifth and sixth innings of the broadcast, things quickly turned sour. As…

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Joe Biden urges Syria to free American detainee Austin Tice, who vanished ten years ago. As a journalist covering the ferocious civil war in his country ten years ago, Austin Tice vanished. On Wednesday, President Joe Biden demanded that Syria release him. In addition to the Syrian government denying holding the 40-year-old, no one has ever claimed responsibility for his kidnapping. Biden claimed he was aware that Tice was being held by the Bashar al-Assad regime on the day before his birthday and on the anniversary of his disappearance, which had been 10 years ago. The president praised the investigative…

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JENNI MURRAY writes, “Day I caught a couple of strangers getting frisky in my garden.” Over 100 Morris dancers and ramblers disguised as sheep invaded the Englefield estate in Berkshire last weekend as part of the Right to Roamers’ ongoing march. Only 8% of England’s land, according to the protesters, is publicly accessible to us all. They demanded that more of the countryside be opened to the public. Although 30% of England is owned by the aristocracy and less than 1% of the country’s people control 50% of the country, most of the remaining 70% is owned or rented by…

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Mothers and married women can now compete in Miss Universe pageants after the organization changes its rules. By allowing married women and mothers to compete, Miss Universe is updating its eligibility rule for the first time in its history and significantly altering its selection procedure. The pageant was only open to women who had never been married or had children for the previous 70 years, but today both mothers and married women are eligible to compete. The new regulation will go into effect during the 2023 Miss Universe pageant, which will be the 72nd edition. The National was given access…

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After experiencing back pain from having 44E breasts, mom has breast reduction surgery, which results in BOOB CAST. After getting breast reduction surgery, a mother of two admitted that she made a “boob cast” to remember her size 44E boobs. Annie Anderson, a 49-year-old California maternity nurse, claims that when she was a teenager, boys used to grope her and make sexual remarks, which is when she first started having problems with her large cup size. She “hated” the way she looked as a child, so she concentrated on trying to hide her body. She turned to food to try…

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According to a study, eating when you’re hungry is the best way to lose weight. We are frequently warned to ignore our hunger pangs or risk gaining weight. However, scientists advise that you should actually pay attention to your body when it signals that it is time to eat. For example, when counting calories or only eating at certain times of the day, many popular diets are built on the principle of ignoring feelings of hunger. However, research indicates that eating intuitively, or trusting our hunger, is better for both our physical and mental health. A study found that compared…

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Do YOU have a best side? Is this the key to unlocking that mystery? Most people detest being photographed, especially women. When someone points a camera at us, we’ll respond, “I take bad pictures,” or “I’m not photogenic.” It gets more agonizing as we age (and wrinkle more). It’s especially difficult to avoid being snapped at this time of year because there are so many events going on, including weddings, barbecues, picnics, and holidays. We’ve all felt that uneasy feeling as we browse through and closely examine images on a phone and wince at what we see. Delete, oh no,…

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Raymond Briggs, the man behind the snowman, passed away at age 88. Snow and the cold bothered him. He abhorred the holiday. Most kids, or really anyone under the age of forty, were revolting to him. Yet Raymond Briggs, who passed away at the age of 88, was the creator of The Snowman, a Christmas classic adored by countless generations of children and their parents. His study wall was covered with a clinical definition of the term because he never had children and considered himself to be “a creative sociopath.” He claimed that the adjectives “self-absorbed, impatient, intolerant, and grumpy”…

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Does Martin Lewis, the BBC’s go-to end-of-the-world prophet, need to be so pessimistic? STEPHEN GLOVER British people like to think of themselves as a hardy people. We like to think of ourselves as being less prone to excitement than other countries, particularly the Latin ones, whose citizens are more likely to become agitated than we are. To judge by the media, especially the pervasive and all-powerful BBC, you’d think we were on the verge of one of the greatest catastrophes this country has ever faced. Is this picture any longer true? Or have we become as prone to panic as…

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