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    More On: shanna moakler Shanna Moakler supports ex Travis Barker having kids with Kourtney Kardashian Alabama Barker gushes over ‘best soon-to-be stepmom’ Kourtney Kardashian Shanna Moakler reacts to Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s Vegas ‘wedding’ Shanna Moakler isn’t pregnant after all, just took weight-loss pills Shanna Moakler posted a cryptic message about “communal d–k” following her tumultuous breakup with Matthew Rondeau. “Communal d–k is not worth an emotional reaction,” the model wrote via her Instagram Story Wednesday night, adding even more fuel to rumors that Rondeau cheated. “Stop stressing over a guy who can’t be yours because he wants to be with everyone.” Over the quote, she added a GIF that read, “Today’s Mantra…” Moakler, 47, and Rondeau, 29, broke up for the second time in summer 2021, with the latter savagely saying that he was happier than ever. “I’m focusing truly on finding myself again as a person emotionally and mentally,” Rondeau told Life & Style in July of that year. “I hope she finds what she’s looking for, but it’s not going to be me,” he added....
    Building managers that runs a condo on New York's pricey Upper East Side are suing an octogenarian resident for allegedly defecating in the luxury building's communal swimming pool. Lawyers from the Rio Condominium and Spa on East 65th Street, acting on behalf of the building's management company, Allied Partners, allege 83-year-old Helen Hirsh 'defecated in the Fitness Center's pool and then again in the Fitness Center shower.' They also allege in court documents that she was swimming in the wrong communal lane.  Helen Hirsh, 83, is alleged to have 'defecated in the Fitness Center's pool at the Rio Condominium, pictured, and then again in the Fitness Center shower The lawsuit claims the Condominium was forced to shut down the Fitness Center's pool, pictured, so that it could be properly sanitized 'The Condominium was forced to shut down the Fitness Center's pool so that it could be properly sanitized according to the applicable State health code, and to the applicable State health code, and to take the Fitness Center's shower out of use so that it could be cleaned and disinfected. As a...
    NEW DELHI (AP) — Authorities riding bulldozers razed a number of Muslim-owned shops in New Delhi before India’s Supreme Court halted the demolitions Wednesday, days after communal violence shook the capital and saw dozens arrested. Shop owners weeded through the rubble of their shops afterward to collect their belongings. But for nearly an hour after the Supreme Court order, officials continued to demolish structures, including the outer entrance and stairs leading into a mosque. They stopped the bulldozers just outside the entrance of a Hindu temple, about 50 meters from the mosque, and began to retreat, spurring outrage from Muslim residents who said they were being targeted. Anti-Muslim sentiment and attacks have risen across India in the past 10 days, including stone-pelting between Hindu and Muslim groups during religious processions and demolitions of a number of properties, many belonging to Muslims, in another state last week. On Sunday, police arrested over 20 suspects a day after after communal violence broke out during a Hindu religious procession in New Delhi’s northwest Jahangirpuri neighborhood. They said Hindu and Muslim groups threw stones...
    NEW DELHI (AP) — Police in India’s capital have arrested 14 people after communal violence broke out during a Hindu religious procession, leaving several injured, local media reported Sunday. The suspects were arrested on charges of rioting and criminal conspiracy, among others, following the incident on Saturday night, said senior police officer Usha Rangnani, according to the Press Trust of India news agency. At least nine people, including eight police officers, were injured and are being treated in hospitals, the officer said. Authorities say Hindu and Muslim groups in Jahangirpuri, a neighborhood in northwest Delhi, threw stones at each other during a religious procession celebrating the birth of the Hindu god Hanuman on Saturday night. Police are investigating the incident and it remains unclear what sparked the violence. It was the first major violence to be reported in New Delhi since 2020 when 53 people died in a large-scale communal conflict amid tensions over a controversial citizenship law, an incident seen as the worst religious rioting in decades. Delhi’s police commissioner tweeted late Saturday night to say that...
    DEAR JOAN: My husband and I adopted a wonderful dog just before the pandemic struck, and we are so happy with him. Sparky is a 9-year-old mutt with so many endearing quirks that I can’t begin to list them all here. He does have one behavior that puzzles us. Actually two behaviors that seem to be in direct conflict. Sparky is very finicky about one thing. He absolutely will not drink out of any public water dish or dog water fountain no matter how hot or thirsty he gets. It doesn’t matter if there are no other dogs around, he won’t drink. However, he will eat absolutely anything that even remotely resembles actual food off the ground. We can’t reconcile these two behaviors in our minds. What’s your take? Suzie Shupe, Kensington For more wildlife, garden and backyard topics, sign up for our new, free Flora+Fauna newsletter. DEAR SUZIE: Although those behaviors might appear incongruous, they aren’t. The answer lies in the dog’s nose. Dogs have these fabulous noses, and I’m not talking about how sweet they look. I’m talking about...
    JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — A local official says at least 31 ethnic Dinka have been killed in clashes with suspected Murle armed youth in South Sudan’s restive Jonglei state. Bor South County Commissioner Yuot Alier told The Associated Press that more than 20 other people were wounded in Sunday evening’s attack in Baidit village and some houses were burned. The commissioner said 28 people were shot dead and three children were drowned while people tried to hide. The commissioner said the attackers left with hundreds of cattle. Two of the attackers were reported killed. The acting governor of Jonglei, Tuong Majok, condemned the attack and urged South Sudan’s national government to intervene to cease the “cowardly attacks” against civilians. The reason for the new communal fighting is not immediately known, though cattle rustling often leads to clashes. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    A young man who just moved to New York City is making his home in what he calls 'the smallest apartment in New York' — and video that he has shared on TikTok proves he's not exaggerating.  Axel Webber made the move to Manhattan three weeks ago and landed in a minuscule microstudio in the East Village with just enough room for a bed, a closet, a sink, and a 'kitchen' comprised of a mini fridge and microwave.  Now his video tour of him very humble abode has gone viral, shocking millions of TikTok users. 'Here's what it's like living in the smallest apartment in New York. Whatever your expectations are, lower them,' he says in the clip. A young man who just moved to New York City is making his home in what he calls 'the smallest apartment in New York' Axel Webber made the move to Manhattan three weeks ago and landed in a minuscule microstudio in the East Village Much of the room is filled with a bunk bed. On the bottom is a queen-sized mattress facing...
    QAnon protestor in Romania If you were under the impression that QAnon was just a belief in a guy called Q, you’d be wrong. It’s fast become an official cult—you know, the drinking-toxic-chemicals-from-a-punchbowl kind of cult.  According to the Dallas Observer, several members of the Leek family report that their relative, a woman who abandoned her spouse and children to follow QAnon leader Michael Brian Protzman to Dallas in November to wait for the return of assassinated President John F. Kennedy and his late son, JFK Jr., is now drinking a cocktail containing chlorine dioxide (industrial bleach) and distributing it to other cult members.   “She was proud to tell us that she was the one mixing it up and giving it to everybody," a family member said. The woman’s son, Sean Leek, says his mother joined QAnon in 2018.  “She’s always been into, you know, natural remedies, getting aluminum out of deodorant, things like that,” Leek said in a Dec. 10 interview. “But that led to anti-vaxxing, and anti-vaxxing led to QAnon.” QAnon began forming in 2017 with online forums such as 4chan,...
    Fauci, who is President Joe Biden's chief medical advisor and has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for more than three decades, has been a controversial and polarizing figure during the COVID-19 pandemic. Vaccine and mask mandates imposed by governments and businesses have sparked significant controversy, with some Americans vigorously opposing the requirements as unacceptable usurpations of individual liberty and bodily autonomy. During an interview on MSNBC, Fauci said that while it would be preferable for people to get vaccinated voluntarily, if they are not willing to do so, "sometimes you've gotta do things that are unpopular but that clearly supersede individual choices and are directed predominantly at the communal good." Fauci On Pfizer's Vaccine Data On Omicron youtu.be
    DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Protests erupted for a second day in Bangladesh’s capital on Saturday, amid a wave of violence against local Hindus following a viral social media image perceived as insulting to the country’s Muslim majority. Some 10,000 protesters — many of them carrying banners of Islamist political parties — took to the streets outside the main mosque of the capital, Dhaka, a day after demonstrations on the same site ended in clashes with police. The crowd chanted “Down with the enemies of the Islam” and “Hang the culprits”. Photos showing a copy of the Quran —Islam’s holy book—at the feet of a statue in a Hindu temple in the eastern district of Cumilla triggered the protests, as well as incidents of vandalism at Hindu temples across Bangladesh. “We ask the government to arrest those who defamed the Quran by putting it at the feet of an idol in Cumilla,” Mosaddek Billah Al Madani, president of Bangladesh’s Islami Movement. He added that protesters demanded “the death sentence” for those responsible for the images. Separately, in a nearby intersection about...
    SECONDARY school kids in Devon and Cornwall have been told to wear masks in "communal areas" when classes return next week after a massive spike in cases. Cases in the holiday hotspot have rocketed in recent weeks - with infections so high that it would be "put on the red list" if it was a country on the UK's traffic light system. 2Secondary school pupils have been told to wear masks in communal areasCredit: PA 2Extra measures are in place after cases soared in the holiday hotspotCredit: Getty A number of local authorities in the south west of England will now be given extra support due to fears of mounting pressure on the NHS amid the spike in cases, the Department of Health said tonight. The extra measures will be rolled out in Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly, Devon, Plymouth and Torbay to boost the number of people getting vaccinated and tested. And schoolkids will also be required to wear face coverings in communal areas outside classrooms in secondary schools and colleges to curb the spread of the virus. While...
    Getty Actor Adrian Grenier of "Entourage" believes that fiat currencies like the U.S. dollar are on the way out, and bitcoin is poised to take their spot.  While Grenier is the first to admit that he's not a crypto expert, the actor does have a pretty large megaphone, and as of late, he's using it to extol the virtues of digital coins such as bitcoin.  "You're going to see the adoption rate increase exponentially over time, but you're also seeing bitcoin as future dollars, as opposed to bitcoin," he told CNBC in an interview. "Where we need to get to philosophically is that it's not going to eventually become dollars, it's just going to be bitcoin."Ditching HollywoodCNBC met up with Grenier in Miami last month at what was billed as the biggest bitcoin event in history. A lot of people there affectionately shouted out "Vince!" as they walked by Grenier – an HBO reference, for the uninitiated – but many had no clue that he cared about bitcoin.  But Grenier genuinely jibes with the philosophical priorities of many in the...
    A BLOKE has been dubbed a ‘Karen’ after he threatened to report her for sunbathing in a communal garden. Taking to Reddit the 29-year-old man asked if he would be an “a**hole” for reporting her “antisocial” behaviour. 1A 'Karen' has threatened to report his neighbour for sunbathing in the communal gardenCredit: Getty He wrote: “I own an apartment in a very desirable building with extensive maintained grounds. These grounds are purely ornamental though and never used as a garden. Most residents have balconies however some of the one bed apartments don’t. “Irregardless, in my two years of living here, I have never seen anyone use the grounds as if it is their personal space (sic). “We have been experiencing a heatwave and for the last four days, I have noticed a woman sunbathing on the grass. She brings a blanket and a book and is out there for hours, reading in a bikini top and shorts.” He goes on to explain that the woman lives in the building having recently moved in, and she usually sunbathes from 10am-4pm. He continues:...
    Jerusalem (CNN)As the Israeli military and Palestinian militants in Gaza exchange deadly airstrikes and rocket bombardments, rioting and violent clashes have also swept through several Israeli cities between Arab and Jewish citizens. In Acre, a lynching attempt by an Arab mob left a Jewish man critically wounded, according to Israeli media reports. In Bat Yam, graphic video showed a Jewish right-wing mob trying to lynch an Arab driver. He was wounded and taken to hospital, according to Israeli media reports. "We are very, very worried about this deterioration," Israeli lawmaker Aida Touma-Suleiman in Acre told CNN's Hala Gorani in a live interview on late Wednesday evening local time. "I am locked in my house, it's happening in front of my house, and there is no way to go out. The tear gas is filling the houses, and the situation is insecure. There has been attacks on Arab citizens in different cities today," she said. "I'm really, really worried about this city (Acre). The same is happening in Haifa. The same is happening in Lod. There are different attacks on different...
    A FURIOUS homeowner has slammed his local council after it paved over his private garden to make a communal patio for a nearby block of flats. Dad-of-two Will Howell, 49, owns a flat in a block of council homes in Birmingham. 3Dad-of-two Will Howell, 49, owns a flat in a block of council homesCredit: Birmingham Live 3He agreed to the paving as he was promised a new garden - but he says he is still waitingCredit: Birmingham Live Mr Howell had his own garden until 2018, when Birmingham City Council paved over it to make a communal patio space, Birmingham Live reported. He agreed to the paving as he was promised a new garden - but he says he is still waiting. Mr Howell said: "A council officer said it was obvious I didn’t mow my garden and asked why I would miss it, and what the problem was with making it a communal garden. "“I conveyed to him the garden is part of my property – it is registered with the land registry. It’s my own private garden. The...
    VIDEO4:5204:52Ben Silverman: The Oscars were 'beyond disappointing' due to Covid-19Closing Bell Producer and entertainment executive Ben Silverman told CNBC on Monday he changed his mind about the future of movie theaters as the coronavirus pandemic dragged on. "I initially felt, in the beginning of this, that we would literally kill off the exhibition business and the traditional theatrical business," Silverman, a former NBC Entertainment and Universal Movie Studios co-chairman, said on "Closing Bell." "But I'm watching people really want to go back into the real world. They want to be at concerts. They want to go to the movie theater. They want the communal experience," added Silverman, who served as executive producer of "The Office" when the show won an Emmy in 2006. He's now chairman and co-CEO of production company Propagate Content. Indoor movie theaters suffered mightily during the Covid crisis as public-health restrictions limited their ability to operate at all. Then, as they opened back up, release delays meant there was a dearth of blockbuster films to attract people to the theaters. In October, Cineworld CEO Mooky Greidinger said his...
    COVID cops gave a gran a warning for having a cup of tea with a neighbour in their communal garden during lockdown. The 82-year-old was sitting in bed watching TV when she got a late night visit from police telling her she had been reported for breaching coronavirus restrictions. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 3Covid cops gave a gran a warning for enjoying a cup of tea with a neighbour in their communal garden (stock image)Credit: Alamy 3The pensioner was reported for breaching coronavirus restrictions (stock image)Credit: Getty - Contributor Officers turned up at her sheltered housing complex at 9.45pm to question her about the incident. The pensioner, from Charlton Kings in Cheltenham, Glos, had enjoyed a socially distanced cuppa with several neighbours in their shared garden earlier that day. Her furious daughter Lesley Magovern, 56, has complained to Gloucestershire Police about the "ridiculous" visit. She said: "I can not believe the police travelled from Gloucester to Charlton Kings so late for something so ridiculous. "I really do not understand why they thought a...
    New York restaurants outside of New York City can increase their capacities to 75% of normal next week, but Southbound BBQ owner Pete Mason told "Your World" host Neil Cavuto the loosening of restrictions comes "a little too late" for his business. MASON: It’s been very trying. Trying to stay open, trying to keep going, trying to get my staff back and working again. It’s interesting, I’m glad for the people that are still operating, or who still have the ability to operate, that they are getting some relief. However, for my particular business, it’s a little too late. Prior to opening up my own restaurant, I ran a hospitality group in New York City, so I’m not a stranger to opening venues. But I do think the businesses that were able to survive, as this reopening happens, the capacity limits could increase, they will become a little bit looser about people sitting at the bar itself because they are only 36 inches away from a bartender. There are going to be a lot of parameters that are going to allow for these businesses to have a fighting chance, make a run...
    (CNN)"Long Live Rock ... Celebrate the Chaos" exalts the communal nature of hard rock, while mostly glossing over its excesses. The new documentary also misses a seemingly obvious coda that would have resonated after a year of shuttered live events -- namely, the impact of Covid-19 on those who embrace this music with a level of adulation that one artist likens to Comic-Con every night.Director Jonathan McHugh talks to an assortment of performers, from groups like Metallica, Korn and Rage Against the Machine, as well as experts and fans for whom hard rock is their passion. The last bracket includes a billing manager in Ohio with young kids -- who refers to festivals as "my therapy" -- a couple that has turned crowd-surfing into a shared activity, and another enthusiast who discusses temporarily losing her prosthetic limb while sailing across a sea of hands.Still, the documentary gives away its lack of objectivity with the subtitle "Celebrate the Chaos," reveling in the sense of escape derived from collisions within mosh pits, with nary a mention of the number of hospital visits...
    The Río Turbio 240 MW Thermal Power Plant, I could finally start to transit the end of the road for its implementationI have been truncated since 2015, at least, for what it does to the first module (of two it has). This was announced by the mayor of Río Turbio Darius Menna, when analyzing the results of their meetings in Buenos Aires with Aníbal Fernández, controller of YCRT, and the national deputy and future president of YPF Pablo Gonzalez. In an interview with The Austral Opinion, the communal chief pointed out that the meeting with Fernández was centered on two axes. One, the progress of the Río Turbio Carboniferous Reservoir and the commitment to power generation, as well as other works that are linked to the well-being of the Carboniferous Basin. With the focus on the present and immediate future of YCRT, he specified that module I of the Termousina, is 10% away from completion and announced that work will begin in March to conclude that final section. What will allow to realize the dream of the Carboniferous Basin: generate...
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