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    ELON Musk has praised Netflix for its crackdown on woke employees who refuse to work on shows that they find offensive. Last week, the U.S. streaming titan informed staff that if they disagree with content they are working on, they can leave the firm. 1Elon Musk has praised Netflix's stance on 'woke' employeesCredit: AP In response to a tweet about the new policy, Musk tweeted Sunday: "Good move by @netflix." It comes a month after the Tesla chief slammed Netflix as having a "woke mind virus" that makes it "unwatchable." For the first time in five years, Netflix recently updated its company-culture guidelines to include a new section titled "Artistic Expression." "Not everyone will like — or agree with — everything on our service," the guidelines say. Read more about MuskELON-G WAIT Elon Musk reveals $44bn Twitter deal ON HOLD over concerns about fake accounts It added: "We let viewers decide what's appropriate for them, versus having Netflix censor specific artists or voices." The guidelines came in response to staff threatening to leave the company if it continued to work with Dave...
    RONNIE O'SULLIVAN should RETIRE and yet young players flourish, says Snooker star Hossein Vafaei. The Iranian, 27, hit out at the six-time world champion after O'Sullivan previously said he would find another job if he was Vafaei. 2Ronnie O’Sullivan is bad for Snooker says Hossein VafaeiCredit: PA 2Vafaei suggested O'Sullivan should retireCredit: Getty O'Sullivan has also incurred the wrath of John Higgins after suggesting he would not encourage his kids to take up snooker as for many playing snooker is "a waste of life". After beating Lei Peifan 10-9 to qualify for the World Snooker Championship Vafaei, who beat O'Sullivan 5-0 in a match in October, shared his thoughts on the 45-year-old's comments. He told The Metro: " A lot of things he says frustrates me. What kind of legend are you if you call people numpties? "I was and am still good friends with him, but I don’t like that. Maybe he likes it and gives him a good feeling but I think people should treat him like that as well. I treat him like he deserves. Read More...
    Bravo Jennifer Aydin. Jennifer Aydin is already is already making headlines for her plastic surgery and for hiding her husband Bill’s extramarital affair, but the “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” probably won’t be seen in faceplant mode this season. The mom of five revealed that after seeing her drunken behavior last year on the Bravo reality show, she has vowed off drinking for season 12. Here’s what you need to know:Jennifer Aydin Admitted She Does Not Know Her ‘Limit’ With Alcohol BravoJennifer Aydin and Bill Aydin. In an interview with People, Aydin confirmed that she quit drinking while filming season 12 of RHONJ. She told the outlet that she has never been a “big drinker” to begin with. “It’s just that when I do drink, I don’t know my limits, obviously,” Aydin explained. “And sometimes, it catches stuff with me before I notice. That’s just because I don’t drink excessively enough to know where my limit is. I don’t know how many licks it takes to get to the center of this girl, we got to...
    Such a simple solution This series documents stories from the Herman Cain Awards subreddit, tracking the COVID mis- and disinformation on Facebook that is leading to so many deaths.  Rather than feature a story today, it feels important to reiterate the reasons and motivations for this series. To that end, I want to thank StellaRay for this lovely piece. It was posted the same day as this Help Desk request: I think it’s time to stop featuring the stories about the anti-vaxxers who catch COVID and die. I admit that at first I read them to satisfy some demented sense of schadenfreude, but now I am thinking differently: We will not change them; it does not help us or anyone to keep posting these stories; it diminishes us to take sick pleasure in their stupidity. Not all those they leave behind had a say in what they did but they are left with the pain nonetheless; let’s not add to that. It is easy to think that this series is all about schadenfreude. And I’m not going to pretend that...
    Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as they try to storm the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 in Washington, D.C. When facts are meaningless, lying to oneself becomes a get-out-of-jail-free card fit for all occasions. That's the world a vast majority of GOP Americans now live in, and self-delusion is a fail-safe when it comes to the still highly unpopular Trump-inspired attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. To this day, a very slim majority of Americans support the deadly assault on the Capitol. A recent CBS News-YouGov poll found that just 17% of U.S. adults approve of the actions of the terrorists that day, not much of a bump from the 13% who indicated approval shortly after the siege last year. Among Republicans, 24% approved (6% strongly, 18% somewhat) while 76% disapproved. So even in GOP circles, the violent attack is mostly frowned upon. So if you don't approve of the siege, what do you do about the fact that it was perpetrated by your fellow cultists at the direction of your sworn hero, the supposed...
    With the Magician reversed, I don’t think you’re appreciating your own power.Adobe Dear Oracle, the past two years have been a lot. Both my husband and I have been working from home, and after 19 months of duel Zoom meetings, conference calls, and exhausting stretches, my house doesn’t exactly feel like a tranquil, relaxing space. We’ve decided to start trying for a baby (yay!), but I would really like to have a tranquil home for when the baby arrives. So besides painting and making everything smell like lavender, how can I create a calm, harmonious home?—Longing for Calm Quarters  Cards: The Empress, Ace of Wands, The Tower, The Hermit reversed Dear Calm Quarters, first, I will not knock paint colors. I’m not what you would call a “color-witch,” but every room in my house was “depression grey” when I moved in, and now I got a kitchen the color of mint ice cream and a bedroom that looks like the bottom of the sea, and it’s lovely. So if you feel like painting an accent wall or feathering your nest with...
    KYLIAN MBAPPE has revealed he felt unwanted by France after their Euro 2020 exit. Mbappe’s spot-kick miss sent Les Bleus out of the tournament in a 5-4 shoot-out defeat by Switzerland in the last 16. 2Mbappe has been strongly linked with a move away from PSG to join Real MadridCredit: Getty And the striker, who has given the clearest signal yet he wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain after this season, has stirred it up at international level by admitting he will walk if he is no longer wanted by France. Mbappe, 22, said: “I have always put the France team above everything and I will always put it above everything. “Above all, I never wanted to be a problem but I felt that I was supposedly starting to become a problem and people saw me as a problem. “The most important thing is the France team, and if the France team is happier without me, that's how it is. "The message I received was my ego was making us lose, that I wanted to take up too much space, and...
    AN OnlyFans model can’t understand why keeps getting dumped when boys find out she is selling photos online and wants men to be more open-minded. Amanda Sommer, 27, worked as cabin crew for RyanAir but ditched her job last year and now makes £15k a month. 4Amanda decided to ditch her job as a flight attendant and is now raking in thousands a month from OnlyFans But despite being raking in the cash, the Hartlepool lass has struggled to find a boyfriend. She said the last three men she has dated have all ditched her when they found out she was on OnlyFans. She told The Sun: “It all started when I left my last job and came back home to be with my boyfriend. I had some money saved up to last until I found another job but it didn’t last long and I heard about OnlyFans and I liked the idea of it because you can work on there discreetly on your phone and my boyfriend wouldn’t find out. “I didn’t want to stop doing it because I...
    New York (CNN Business)Going out to eat might feel a little different these days. Maybe you're waiting longer for a table, even though the restaurant doesn't appear full. Or maybe your service is slower, and your server seems anxious. That's because restaurants across the United States are understaffed, and jobs that were already stressful have gotten even more difficult. Workers interviewed by CNN Business said they're struggling in the short-staffed environment. Servers are stepping into other roles as overworked back-of-the-house employees quit, and sometimes seeing their tips ebb as they scramble to keep up with the new responsibilities. Fed-up colleagues sometimes quit in the middle of their shifts. Some workers said that their colleagues have quit mid-shift.They're in this situation because during the pandemic, many workers were laid off, as safety measures required some restaurants to close dining entirely. Eventually, when restaurants started re-hiring, they found a smaller pool of potential employees. Some moved away, others found new jobs in other industries. Some are still staying home to care for children or other dependents. Some, fed up with what...
    Collegiate Savings: Back-to-School Sales From Target, Staples, Apple and More Cowboys training camp 2021: Jerry Jones reveals teams vaccination rate ahead of first practice © Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images Megan Fox decided to stop drinking after an incident at the 2009 Golden Globe Awards. In a video for Who What Wear, the 35-year-old actress revealed why her first Golden Globes experience led her to make a major life change. "I was sat at a table with Blake Lively and all three Jonas brothers," Fox recalled. "At the Golden Globes, they always put those giant bottles of Moët champagne on the table. I went through multiple glasses of that. Now I don't drink and this is why." "I was belligerent and said a bunch of s**t I shouldn't have said on the red carpet after that," she continued. "I think I got in a lot of trouble for whatever I said on the red carpet at this event. I don't remember why but I know that I did." Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad During the interview in question,...
    BRITNEY Spears said she “QUIT music” after the conservatorship “killed her dreams” as she slammed sister Jamie Lynn in a scathing post. The pop star fired off an angry message for her family, who she labeled her “so-called support system” and told haters to “go f**k themselves” in a wild Instagram message.  1Credit: Instagram She wrote: “For those of you who choose to criticize my dancing videos ... look I'm not gonna be performing on any stages anytime soon with my dad handling what I wear, say, do, or think!!!! I've done that for the past 13 years ...  “I'd much rather share videos YES from my living room instead of onstage in Vegas where some people were so far gone they couldn't even shake my hand and I ended up getting a contact high from weed all the time ...  “Which I didn't mind but it would have been nice to be able to go to the mother f**king spa!!!!” She continued: “And no I'm not gonna put on heavy makeup and try try try on stage again and...
    Lindsey Gamard, 38, quit her job at a technology company during the pandemic.Courtesy: Lindsey Garnard Lindsey Gamard, 38, knew she wanted to quit her job when she saw many of her co-workers leaving. "It was like a sinking ship," said Gamard, a data analyst who lives in San Tan Valley, Arizona. It didn't help that her employer, a tech company, wanted all of its employees to start back in the office at least three days a week last May. So Gamard, who didn't see room for growth at her company, became one of the millions of Americans who quit during the pandemic. Fortunately, she landed a new job before she handed in her notice. More from Invest in You:Before you quit your job, here's what you need to knowHere's what teens should do with earnings from their summer job6 psychological biases may be holding you back from building wealth "One of the big benefits that affected my choice was that the new job is remote-first," she said. That means she can come into the office if she wants, but few...
    Prince Harry revealed he first wanted to step away from the royal family in his 20s when he started to fantasize about having a normal life with a wife and child.  The Duke of Sussex appeared on the latest episode of Dax Shepard and Monica Padman’s "Armchair Expert" podcast where the trio spoke about mental health and the importance of therapy.  The hosts were curious about what life was like for the 36-year-old growing up in such an unconventional environment as the British royal family. Padman inquired whether or not he felt like he was "in a cage" for most of his life, to which Harry noted that he began struggling with his responsibility as a royal and his desire to live a more conventional life early on.  "It’s the job right? Grin and bear it, get on with it," Harry began. "When I was in my early 20s, I had a case of ‘I don’t want this job. I don’t want to be here, I don’t want to be doing this. Look what it did to my mom. How...
    MTV For the first time, Chelsea Houska gets real about why she quit "Teen Mom 2." For nearly 10 years Teen Mom 2 alum Chelsea Houska allowed MTV cameras to film her life, but when her oldest daughter started to be affected by the show, the South Dakota native was ready to call it quits. Chelsea revealed Season 10 would be last and it’s a decision she’s at peace about. “There just came a point—and I think it was a buildup almost—this feeling in my gut, or my heart, I guess,” the mother-of-four told E! News on May 4. “It just didn’t feel like I was supposed to be on that show anymore.” When she first announced her departure in October 2020 she said it was because she wanted to focus on other projects, not because of 11-year-old daughter Aubree who she shares with ex-boyfriend Adam Lind. “There were conversations that [my daughter] Aubree and I were having from time to time,” Chelsea continued. “There came a point where I was just worried because I don’t want her...
    Getty Jax Taylor of Vanderpump Rules Jax Taylor opened up about his daily drug use in a new interview. While speaking on the Daddy Issues podcast with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson, Taylor admitted that marijuana has helped with his anxiety and even his marriage to Brittany Cartwright, Days before his wife was due to give birth to their first child, Taylor told the podcast hosts that he started smoking weed regularly as a way to cope with the death of his father, Ronald Cauchi and that he still stars his day with it. “I get up at like five or six every day cause I go to bed kind of early,” Taylor said. “ So I get up five or six. But I need that first cup of coffee and just a couple hits of a joint in the morning …The coffee and the weed, they kind of level me out… I don’t drink alcohol anymore. I don’t do anything else. All I do is my occasional joint before I go to bed and once in the...
    Two and a half years ago, Lisa Lampanelli went on The Howard Stern Show and did the unthinkable: She retired from comedy. After nearly three decades as a stand-up comedian, during which she rose to infamy as the “Queen of Mean” on the Comedy Central Roasts of Jeff Foxworthy, Pamela Anderson, William Shatner, Flavor Flav, Larry the Cable Guy, David Hasselhoff and, yes, Donald Trump, Lampanelli simply walked away—becoming, of all things, a life coach. She hasn’t told a single insult on stage since. And aside from a handful of live appearances like an upcoming storytelling show at a local Connecticut theater, Lampanelli has almost entirely vanished from the spotlight. Which makes it all the more exciting to see her pop up among an impressive array of female comedians in the new documentary Hysterical, premiering on FX this Friday, April 2. “I really just say no to so much stuff, but there was something about it,” she says of the film, which is directed by Andrea Nevins and produced by comedian Jessica Kirson, on this week’s episode of The Last...
    Actress and former Fox News pundit Stacey Dash revealed she is quitting politics, saying that being a Trump supporter has put her in a “box” and she regrets her “angry” commentary. She now seeks to rebuild her acting career. “I’ve lived my life being angry, which is what I was on Fox News. I was the angry, conservative, black woman. And at that time in my life, it was who I was,” Dash said in a recent interview with Daily Mail. “I realized in 2016 that anger is unsustainable and it will destroy you. I made a lot of mistakes because of that anger,” the actress added. Dash went on to apologize for the “arrogant, prideful, and angry” comments that she made while she was a contributor at Fox News. “There are things that I am sorry for. Things that I did say, that I should not have said them the way I said them,” Dash said. “They were very arrogant and prideful and angry. And that’s who Stacey was, but that’s not who Stacey is now. Stacey’s someone who has...
    NBCUMV RHOC Season 15 cast In a new interview, Real Housewives of Orange County star Emily Simpson revealed that she almost quit the show in seasons past. During an appearance on Heather McDonald’s Juicy Scoop podcast, Simpson explained that sometimes, the stress of being on a reality show was just too much. “I would say the first two seasons I didn’t really enjoy a lot of it,” Simpson said while on the podcast. “It was very difficult.” VideoVideo related to rhoc cast member talks wanting to quit2021-01-14T21:51:05-05:00 When McDonald asked Simpson if she had ever considered quitting the show, Simpson revealed, “Yeah, the first two years. I was like why do I do this? I need to just go practice law and be Emily and take care of my kids.  ‘Cause it gave me a lot of anxiety. Last year was so hard on me I lost, like, a huge amount of hair just from, like, stress…It just stressed me out. It wasn’t healthy, Shane[Simpson] and I weren’t getting along, Gina [Kirschenheiter] and I weren’t getting along, that was like a knife in my...
    ^ Keep Westword Free Support Us I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Support Us For Zach Tipton, aka Mister Zach, music is a passion he has to tame to face the drudgery of mundane life and work his day job, teaching biology to high-schoolers. But when each day is over, he returns to his songs. Tipton started playing music at eighteen. Now 34, he's released three full-length albums and written music as the artist-in-residence at the Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve. "They chose me," Tipton says. "I was there for a few weeks in the middle of winter. I don’t even think the park people were there. I was climbing on the dunes every day and brought my guitar."Related Stories Firefall Burns Bright on First Proper Album in Nearly a Quarter-Century Laykes Recorded an EP, Then the Bandmates Quit Talking Quite Right Records Puts Philanthropic Spin on Electronic Music Tipton also played around Colorado for a few years in the...
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