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    KENNY SHIELS has apologised after claiming “women are more emotional than men” following Northern Ireland’s loss to England at Windsor Park. Shiels’ comments - made after his side fell to a 5-0 defeat- have been met with a backlash from influential figures in football. 2Kenny Shiels said he was sorry for the offence caused by his comments after Northern Ireland's game against EnglandCredit: Sportsfile Former England striker Ian Wright and Women in Football chief Yvonne Harrison are among those who criticised Shiels' remarks. The Northern Ireland manager, 65, said women’s teams conceding multiple goals “in a very short period time” is something that occurs “through the whole spectrum of the game”. Shiels also suggested women’s sides that do not take a goal going in “very well” because “women are more emotional than men”.    The former Derry City chief made the remarks after his side conceded four second-half goals in 19 minutes at home to England on Tuesday. Most read in SportNEW DETAILS Witness saw 'Dwayne Haskins 6 minutes before crash on highway with arms in air'STAR GONE Arnold...
    A Texas fugitive killed himself in Florida months after he recorded a video apologizing to his children for killing their mother.  Trent Vahn Paschal, 48, shot himself as Marion County, Florida, Sheriff's deputies approached his van parked at the Holiday Travel Parkin Ocala.  Paschal had been on the run for months, after police brought charges against him in connection to the death of his  30-year-old wife Savannah Paschal. In October 21, 2020, Paschal recorded a chilling 5-minute rant in which he apologized to his children and accused his wife of cheating.  In the video, he can be seen hiding behind shower curtains and waiting for Savannah to come inside their house in La Marque, Texas, before the alleged fatal shooting.    'I'm so sorry that I did this. I want you to know that you mean everything to me,' Paschal said in the video about his daughter Mackenzie, seven,  and stepson, William, 12.  'I didn't do this, your mom chose this. She had been cheating on me for a long time...I didn't do nothing wrong to her,' he added. After reportedly...
    Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) posted an Instagram exchange he had with a man who messaged him wishing the congressman dead. Rather than ignore the man, Swalwell engaged him and the the man ultimately apologized. The exchange seemingly began when the man messaged Swalwell and told him, “Traitor hopefully u get hung one day,” and “Traitor u should be shot.” Anyone know this guy (Instagram)? pic.twitter.com/WfBt99qz67 — Rep. Eric Swalwell (@RepSwalwell) December 30, 2021 The congressman replied, “Hi! I’m Eric. What’s your name?” The man expressed skepticism that he was actually interacting with Swalwell, who insisted he was the one replying and not an assistant. Swalwell’s troll said his name is Jeremy and that he is from Vancouver, Canada. Jeremy made a reference to the “Asian spy” allegations against Swalwell, saying he’s “choked at these accusations.” In that situation, suspected Chinese spy Christine Fang, a.k.a. “Fang Fang,” helped fundraise for Swalwell and other California politicians. Some conservatives have suggested Swalwell had a romantic relationship with Fang, an accusation the congressman has neither confirmed nor denied. “Why don’t u...
    THE six-year-old cousin of Gabby Petito has written a heartfelt note to the murdered vlogger on a Chinese sky lantern saying "sorry you aren't here". On Sunday, the family and friends of Gabby hosted a private memorial for her - four weeks after her public funeral service. 3Gabby's six-year-old cousin left her a sweet note at a private memorial service for herCredit: Twitter/MaryWickman10 3Gabby Petito made headlines in September after she went missingCredit: Instagram @gabspetito The six-year-old's message to Gabby read: "Dear Gabby, Thank you for watching over us. "Thanks for being the cousin I hoped for. "We are sorry you aren't here with us, we love you + miss you! Love Connor". The next day, Gabby's grandmother Mary Wickman posted on Twitter saying: "Family and friends lit up the sky for Gabby in a beautiful memorial last night. Her 6 year old cousin, Connor, sent her a beautiful message. "Love you forever!" The tweet was accompanied with a photo of one of Gabby's friends releasing a Chinese sky lantern into the sky, as well as a photo of the...
    Making money in boxing means never having to say you’re sorry. Not for allowing Evander Holyfield to risk his life at the age of 58 just to make a few bucks. Certainly not for stealing money from gullible fans for a farce of a pay per view show that would have done terrible damage to the sport if only the sport wasn’t so badly damaged already. No one was apologizing — at least loud enough to hear — among the crew at Triller Fight Club, a fledging promotional outfit on the fringe of boxing. They managed to get Holyfield licensed in Florida and moved the entire card there on short notice from California after planned headliner Oscar De La Hoya pulled out with what he said was COVID-19. Holyfield wasn’t apologizing, either, after being credited with landing just one punch before being stopped in the first round by a former MMA fighter. The Real Deal apparently now lives on the edge of reality as he suggested after the fight he wanted another bout — this one against Mike Tyson. Somewhere...
    PAEDOPHILES chemically castrated are begging for their injections to end saying "I'm sorry" and "I need a sex life". Kazakhstan has pioneered tough new laws against all men found guilty of child sex offences. 3Sex offenders spoke on TV about their experience taking the medicationCredit: East2West 3A healthcare professional administers the injection to an inmateCredit: East2West The chemical castration is carried out by regular injections and will continue after their jail sentences end. They have been interviewed on TV telling about their ordeal as part of a media campaign by the authorities to warn would-be male sex attackers. One paedophile said on TV: “I know it’s harmful to my body. I know it will affect my health in future.” Another said: “Now I am sorry I committed such a crime.” One convict pleaded: "By my example, I want to show men they should not commit such terrible offences. “I beg those who prescribed me chemical castration - cancel your decision. I am still very young.” A prisoner named Marat, who is serving a 15-year prison sentence for the attempted rape...
    A Long Island bar has joined a growing list of businesses that have implemented a COVID-19 vaccine requirement. The Black Sheep Ale House made the announcement on Monday, Aug. 2. The business is located in Mineola.  "From this moment forward, until further notice, The Black Sheep is VAX ONLY. Proof required for entry. Sorry, not sorry," the business wrote in a Facebook post. Nassau County, where the bar is located, had a high level of community transmission of COVID-19 in the week of Tuesday, July 27, through Monday, Aug. 2, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  This means the CDC recommends everyone, including fully vaccinated people, wear masks in indoor public spaces.  Other businesses have made similar announcements as outbreaks of the delta variant have continued across parts of the United States. On Tuesday, Aug. 3, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that on Sept. 13, the city will begin enforcing a new program requiring proof of vaccination prior to entry for indoor dining, entertainment, and gyms. 
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene apologized this June for comparing mask mandates and vaccine cards to the Holocaust. Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images Marjorie Taylor Greene compared businesses choosing not to serve the unvaccinated to racial segregation. Greene tweeted this controversial take just a month after she apologized for comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust. Earlier this month, she went back to comparing Biden's door-to-door vaccine campaign to the Nazis. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Controversial Georgia lawmaker Marjorie Taylor Greene compared businesses choosing not to serve unvaccinated people to racial segregation. In a tweet on July 26, Greene referenced an Instagram post made by the Argosy restaurant, a bar and burger joint located in the East Atlanta Village area of Georgia. The post showed a sign put up in the restaurant's window that read "No Vax No Service."  "This is called segregation," Green tweeted. "Will you be testing everyone at the door for the flu, strep throat, stomach bugs, colds, meningitis, aids, venereal diseases, Hep A, Hep C, staff (sic) infections, athletes foot, pink eye,...
    What are the details? Handler made the remarks during Alexandra Cooper's weekly "Call Her Daddy" podcast. As highlighted by Mediaite, Handler said, "I think that when people make an apology, and it's sincere, that that should count for something. And the people that aren't apologizing need to understand why they need to apologize and actually address the issue head-on instead of trying to get back in under the door." "All you have to do is say you're sorry and mean it," she snapped. "Why's that so f***ing hard?" She added that "white men" are the biggest perpetrators of refusing to apologize and committing atrocities against women. "'Why's the f***ing party over?" she sarcastically quoted white men as saying. "'We can't rape you guys anymore? You gonna tell on us?" Handler concluded, "If you're a man talking to a woman about sexism, or if you're a white person talking to a person of color about racism, the only responses are 'Thank you. Thank you for telling me, thank...
    More On: cancel culture Majority of Americans censor themselves with 59% saying it’s ‘out of control’: study Behind Ben Rhodes’ rage and other commentary Controversial ex-Teen Vogue editor returns to old job Steven Spielberg’s ‘West Side Story’ adaptation is going to get him canceled Former Nickelodeon actress Lindsey Shaw has tearfully announced a break from social media after being flooded with “hate” messages for mocking a viral dance craze started by young black men. The one-time “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” star insisted she was just poking fun at the difference between millennials and Gen Z when she first referenced the dance video that has been viewed 100 million times. “Hey. Are we OK? What the f–k is this?” the 32-year-old actress said in her initial TikTok, mimicking the slowed-down dance alongside the caption “Millinneals win.” But she was soon back online in floods of tears, saying in a video, “The hate mail in my inbox is not OK. OK? I did not mean anything in any kind of way,” she insisted. Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide star Lindsey...
    ESPN broadcaster Rachel Nichols has apologized after she was caught on a bombshell hot mic saying black colleague Maria Taylor was only tapped to host the NBA finals to boost diversity at the sports network. In a Monday night segment, Nichols said she was "deeply, deeply sorry" for her comments on the leaked recording. 5Nichols was caught on a hot mic saying Taylor was picked over herself to boost 'diversity'Credit: Getty 5Nichols said she was 'deeply sorry' for her comments about TaylorCredit: Getty Images - Getty "The first thing they teach you in journalism school is don't be the story, and I don't plan to break that rule today," the veteran broadcaster began. "But I also don't want to let this moment pass without saying how much I respect, how much I value our colleagues here at ESPN, how deeply, deeply sorry I am for disappointing those I hurt, particularly Maria Taylor, and how grateful I am to be part of this outstanding team." Ex-NBA stars Kendrick Perkins and Richard Jefferson chimed in after Nichols apologized. "Thank you for accepting responsibility for...
    A career coach has gone viral with a video on how to stop apologizing at work - but some insist saying 'sorry' is appropriate in some situations.  New York-based coach Sam DeMase, who shares her content on the A Power Mood Instagram account, provided her followers with sentences to say instead of apologizing.  Under her guidance, 'Sorry I'm late' becomes 'Thank you for waiting' and 'Sorry I've messed that up' is swapped for 'Thank you for the feedback'. Sam claimed that by changing the language you use, you will appear more confident, thus enhancing your career prospects.   While some applauded Sam's approach, others argued that sometimes it's necessary and appropriate to apologize, especially if you're running late, and branded her suggestions 'passive aggressive'.  Sam, pictured, an US-based career coach who dispenses career advice on Instagram under the name A Power Mood, gave examples on how to stop saying sorry at work in a viral video Sam counts more than 164,000 followers on her page where she dispenses free career advice, from how to negotiate a pay rise to...
    Despite Tuesday’s massive reopening of the California economy and the loosening of COVID-19 rules that have been in place for more than a year, many people continued to wear masks in public, saying they felt it was better to be safe than sorry. At Charlie’s Best Burgers in East Los Angeles, patrons and the staff treated California’s reopening day like any other. The burger and Mexican food chain still required customers to wear masks and maintain social distancing. The restaurant marked three of its seven booths unusable and capped capacity at 20 customers. “Right now, there are just too many unvaccinated people to not ask our customers to wear masks,” said restaurant general manager Jorge Jimenez, 35. “If you look at the area, it’s been hit hard by COVID-19. It doesn’t make sense right now to change.” According to county records, more than 25,000 COVID-19 cases have been reported in East L.A., along with 432 deaths. That breakdown includes Boyle Heights (17,535 cases and 304 deaths), Lincoln Heights (15,722 cases and 162 deaths) and El Sereno (14,945 cases and 110...
    MARJORIE Taylor Greene apologized for comparing Covid mask mandates to the Holocaust, saying she's "truly sorry." Greene was slammed by both Democrats and Republicans last month after she said forcing masks or vaccines was like forcing Jewish people to wear stars in Nazi Germany. 5Marjorie Taylor Greene issued an apology for her comments about the HolocaustCredit: Reuters 5Greene was slammed for comparing Covid mandates to Nazi GermanyCredit: @mtgreenee/Twitter Despite doubling down on her position after making the comments, Greene issued an apology while speaking to reporters outside of the nation's Capitol on Monday. "I'm truly sorry for offending people with remarks about the Holocaust," the Georgia representative said. "There's no comparison and there never ever will be." Greene, who has expressed support for QAnon conspiracy theories in the past, said that she had visited the US Holocaust Museum earlier in the day, and realized the errors in her comments. "Anti-Semitism is true hate - and I saw that today at the Holocaust Museum," she said. 5Greene said she is 'truly sorry for offending people'Credit: Getty Images - Getty 5Greene...
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    FOOTBALL commentator Jim Beglin apologised for his 'culturally insensitive remark' during Man City's clash with PSG. The English broadcaster, 57, was working on American channel CBS's live broadcast of the Champions League semi-final second leg. 3Jim Beglin apologised for his 'culturally insensitive remarks' last night pic.twitter.com/qUBsipNR7b— Jim Beglin (@jimbeglin) May 4, 2021 And he was forced to apologise for his remarks about Angel Di Maria after his sending off. Argentine winger Di Maria saw red for kicking out at City's Fernandinho during the 2-0 loss at the Etihad. And as he marched off the pitch, Beglin said on CBS commentary 'it's that Latino temperament'. However, he later apologised and admitted he 'wrongly used a racial stereotype'. Beglin said: "When Di Maria was sent off, I described it by using the word Latino. For anybody that’s taken offence, I do apologise – sincerely apologise." He later tweeted: "I apologise for my culturally insensitive remarks during the Champions League tie between Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain. "I wrongly used a racial stereotype. This was inappropriate and unacceptable. Words have a strong impact,...
    A CALIFORNIA mom suspected of murdering her three kids before going on a carjacking spree has confessed to drowning them "as softly as she could". In a jailhouse interview, Liliana Carrillo, 30, said she wanted to protect her son and two daughters from their "abusive" dad. 9Liliana Carrillo gave a jailhouse interviewCredit: KGET 9Liliana Carrillo said she wanted to protect her son and two daughters from their 'abusive' dadCredit: Facebook 9She said she drowned her kids 'to protect them Carrillo's kids - Joanna Denton Carrillo, 3, Terry, 2, and 6-month-old Sierra - were found dead on Saturday by their grandma in her apartment in Reseda, Los Angeles. "I drowned them. I did it as softly, I don’t know how to explain it. I didn't want them to be further abused," Carrillo, who was interviewed at the Lerdo Pre-Trial Facility in Kern County, told KGET-TV. "I promised them when they were born that I was going to protect them. "I hugged them and I kissed them and I was apologizing the whole time," she said. "I loved my kids." "I wish...
    Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant has apologized for the threatening and vulgar comments he directed at Michael Rapaport in a private, online argument, which the 51-year-old actor publicized earlier this week.  Rapaport, who now does a sports-centric podcast, shared screen grabs Tuesday on Twitter, showing the former NBA MVP calling him a 'pale c***sucker' and making references to his wife during the December exchange.  'I'm sorry that people seen the language that I used,' the injured Durant said before Thursday's win over the Charlotte Hornets in Brooklyn. 'That's not really what I want people to see and hear from me, but hopefully I can move past it and get back out on the floor.'  Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant (left) has apologized for the threatening and vulgar comments he directed at Michael Rapaport (right) in a private, online argument, which the 51-year-old actor publicized earlier this week. Rapaport, who now does a sports-centric podcast, shared screen grabs of the conversation Tuesday on Twitter , showing the former NBA MVP calling him a 'pale c***sucker' and making references to his...
    Bill Burr has been slammed for mispronouncing a Mexican singer's name at the Grammys before joking that feminists will cancel him for the gaffe. The comedian was presenting Best Regional Mexican Music at Sunday night's award show at the LA Convention Center. He attempted to pronounce Natalia Lafourcade's name after announcing the singer-songwriter as the winner of the prestigious award.
    THE NEW editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue apologized on Wednesday for her decade-old tweets mocking Asian people. Alexi McCammond posted a letter to Twitter explaining she was "so sorry to have used such hurtful and inexcusable language" when she was a 17-year-old, adding "at any point in my life, it’s totally inexcusable." 4Alexi McCammond has apologized for her offensive tweetsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4She wrote a letter to Teen Vogue staff saying her anti-Asian tweets were wrong no matter her age McCammond, 27, addressed the letter to "Teen Vogue community, staff, readers, writers, photographers, content creators, and friends," just days after employees of the publication surfaced her 2011 tweets. In one tweet, McCammond wrote, "Now googling how to not wake up with swollen, asian eyes..." "Outdone by Asian" she wrote in another. McCammond's tweets were originally found in 2019 when she first apologized for writing them, saying "I am deeply sorry to anyone I offended. I have since deleted those tweets as they do not reflect my views or who I am today." 4McCammond's 2011 tweets resurfaced after Teen Vogue...
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