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    GETTING hit by another vehicle when you're in your car can spoil your day — but how should you react in those circumstances? Lawyer Mike Mandell has taken to TikTok to explain how to avoid paying for car damage that you didn't cause. 1Mitigate fender bender stress by knowing how to respond when someone hits your carCredit: Getty Firstly, Mandell says you should ask for the other drivers insurance details. This might seem like an obvious step, but in his video Mandell shows how another driver might try to avoid handing out details for minor damage. Mandell recommends staying polite, but telling the other driver: "I'm not angry, but I don't see why I should pay for the damage you caused." He says if the other person is not willing to hand it over, you should explain that you can hand details of their license plate and the damage to the police. READ MORE ON CAR TIPSKEY ADVICE I'm a car expert - these are my seven top tips to have a stress-free roadtripBUYER BEWARE When you should NEVER...
    Dating is a tricky and nerve-wracking business at the best of times, and even if you're on your best behaviour, some minor transgressions can put an end to any hopes of getting to the second date.  Singletons have taken to Twitter so share their 'petty' reasons for not wanting to see someone again, in a viral thread started by Leah Howard, 21, from Ireland. She initially took to social media in March 2020 and gained 500 responses, but her request for people to share their 'icks' has recently gained life again, with people chiming in to share their turns offs.  Leah's tweet read: 'Please tell me the pettiest reason you’ve gotten the ick for someone. I need cheering up.' Replies ranged from rejecting someone for crumbling crisps into their soup to being turned off by a leather vape, while another was put off by a guy who lost his balance as soon as the train moved.  Elsewhere, a woman said her date asked if he could put one of her hairs in his food so he could complain and get his money...
    Not the first time Rittenhouse has challenged Biden In a recent interview with Fox News' Tucker Carlson, the 18-year-old said that the president ought to fully educate himself before offering opinions on something he apparently doesn't understand. “Mr. President, if I could say one thing to you, I would urge you to go back and watch the trial and understand the facts before you make a statement,” he said during a post-trial interview. “It’s actual malice, defaming my character, for him to say something like that.” He added, "It is actually quite hysterical how nobody can go back and look at the facts of the case." Following the verdict of not guilty, Biden told reporters that he didn't watch the trial. "I just heard [about the verdict] a moment ago, I didn't watch the trial," he admitted. "I stand by what the jury has concluded, the jury system works and we have to abide by it."
    Aaron Rodgers cares enough about public perception to lie about whether or not he is vaccinated against Covid and ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith called the quarterback out on it. Wednesday morning, Rodgers informed his teammates he tested positive for Covid-19. It was soon after reported that Rodgers was unvaccinated, a shocking revelation considering the quarterback previously gave off the impression that he did get jabbed. Fearing the media response and how he would be perceived publicly, Rodgers answered the question of ‘are you vaccinated’ by saying “yea, I’m immunized.” In reality, Rodgers was not vaccinated and not immunized against Covid in accordance with the NFL or CDC standards. Rodgers reportedly considered himself immunized after he used a homeopathic treatment. “He comes across as a coward,” Smith said Thursday morning on First Take. “If you’re not vaccinated – man up and say so! He didn’t want to get vaccinated, but in the same breath didn’t want to have to deal with the questions or potential fallouts of being an unvaccinated player.” Last month, Rodgers blasted the current state of media, claiming...
    AS A FIRST time mum you can never be too prepared, right? For one mum, she stocked up on everything she thought she needed ahead of giving birth to her first child and in hindsight, she's realised that she probably could have saved a few pounds here and there on bits she didn't need. 5A mum has revealed all the baby essentials she really didn't need as a first-time mum, including expensive Moses basketsCredit: [email protected] 5She urged mums not to waste money on 'smelly' nappy binsCredit: [email protected] While it's better to be safe than sorry when it comes to stocking up on all those baby essentials, the first-time mum has now worked out, with experience, the all-important items and the, well, pretty useless. Thought nappy bins and perineal spray were crucial to getting you through the first few stages with a newborn? `You might want to think again. TikTok user and mum Cayley Wilders found herself going viral on social media after sharing a series of videos titled "things I regret buying as a first time mum" that...
    She was one of just a handful of high-level staffers to last the entire four years working in former President Donald Trump’s White House. On Monday, George Stephanopoulos wanted to know why. In an interview on Good Morning America, Stephanopoulos quizzed former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham on why she waited four years before speaking out against the ex-president in the form of a scathing tell-all. “You detail four years of toxicity, cultural and casual dishonesty,” Stephanopoulos said. “The question is, what took you so long?” Grisham conceded that Stephanopoulos was asking “a fair question” She argued that she went into the Trump campaign “a true believer and a true loyalist” and that she didn’t get a true sense of what was happening until she transitioned from Melania Trump’s press secretary to the president’s. “I spent a huge amount of time on the East Wing,” Grisham said. “And so I was almost shielded sometimes from a lot of the toxic nature of the West Wing, and the administration. When I went to the West Wing is when I actually...
    Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) unleashed on General Mark Milley and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin in a hearing on the U.S.’ chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan. As Milley and Austin appeared before the House Armed Services Committee the day after their hearing with the Senate committee, Gaetz went off about their assessments on Afghanistan and broader decisions around the Middle East. “It seems like you are chronically bad at this,” Gaetz said as he railed on about the Afghanistan government’s fragility and Milley’s conversations with multiple journalists. He then appropriated “the big lie” — a phrase to decry former President Donald Trump’s 2020 election falsehoods — in order to declare that “the big lie that this was ever going to be successful and we could ever rely on the Afghanistan government for anything at all.” Gaetz continued by accusing Milley of undermining the military’s chain of command, and he steamrolled over the chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff when he tried to counter that insinuation. He eventually brought his tirade to a crescendo as he spoke about Milley’s statement that he...
    Hilariously candid British actress Miriam Margolyes — best known as Professor Sprout in the Harry Potter films — has been dazzling us with her outrageous new memoir.  Yesterday, in our second exclusive extract, she snapped back at Monty Python stars John Cleese and Graham Chapman, who made her Cambridge days a misery.  Now, in our final instalment, she recalls a joyous childhood, coming to terms with her sexuality — and a right royal dressing-down... When the invitation arrived to attend the annual reception for British Book Week at Buckingham Palace, I was thrilled. Smiling equerries opened the taxi door and we stepped out, to be guided to the very large reception hall where hundreds of people thronged and buzzed. I knew that the Queen, along with other members of the Royal Family, was expected to mingle and I felt this might be my opportunity to fulfil a dream. As a child growing up in Oxford, I had a little 'den' just outside the kitchen, and I decorated it with pictures of the Queen from floor to ceiling. I remember on...
    ALTHOUGH many of us are a little late to be able to retire at the age of 26, a finance expert has revealed just how she was able to make and save so much money that she doesn't have to worry about it ever again. These hacks can be used to save up money for all your short-term and long-term goals. 3She revealed she can retire in her late 20'sCredit: Tiktok/@herfirst100k 3She would be financially independentCredit: Tiktok/@herfirst100k In a TikTok video, podcast host and TikTok star Tori Dunlap said: "I will be financially independent in a year, which means that I never have to work another day in my life if I don't have to." INVESTING "I started investing as soon as I could – I opened a Roth IRA and I maxed it out every single year," she revealed. "Now, the thing I always tell people is that the best day to start investing is today and I didn't wait to start tomorrow. "You have time on your side so get started investing if you haven't or...
    A man has been urged to leave his wife after she confessed to cheating on him five years ago with a man who previously rejected her. Posting on Reddit, the anonymous man, believed to be from Kentucky,  explained that he and his wife had a long distance relationship for awhile but had agreed to date each other exclusively long before getting married last October. He said he wasn't aware of any infidelity, until his wife confessed to having had a virtual affair  with a married man who had turned her down before they met. His wife admitted to having sexual video calls and sending nude photos to another man.  The heartbroken man added that he's experiencing a 'whirlwind of emotions' and has told his wife to block the individual on social media - but responses have argued it's not enough for her to cut contact and it might not be possible to repair the broken trust.  An anonymous man has been urged to leave his wife, after learning that she had an affair five years ago (file image) Feeling lost,...
    LeBron James attempted to spin his Twitter rant bashing the NBA as being sympathetic toward the fans, but Fox Sports’ Colin Cowherd wasn’t forgiving of the Lakers’ superstar. On Wednesday, James ripped the NBA for rushing the start of their current season, which he believes is leading to a rash of stars getting injured in the playoffs. “They all didn’t wanna listen to me about the start of the season,” he wrote, “Sorry fans wish you guys were seeing all your fav guys right now,” added LeBron, who claimed a December start date was too soon, considering Covid forced the 2020 NBA Finals to end in October. “Don’t be I told you so guy in a pandemic,” Cowherd said of LeBron during his Fox Sports Radio show Thursday afternoon. “The NBA got a terrible break. The pandemic hit in the middle of their damn season!” Cowherd added. “They lost 50% of their audience, $1.5 billion. They were hemorrhaging money, they were hemorrhaging viewers. They hadn’t solved the pandemic, our president, our White House hadn’t!” Normally an NBA season is completed...
    (CNN)Louis Goffinet never imagined that raising tens of thousands of dollars to help his community through the Covid-19 pandemic could cost him financially.The 27-year-old middle school teacher from Mansfield Center, Connecticut, started making grocery runs last April for elderly neighbors who didn't feel safe doing so themselves. Soon, he got a similar request from a family who had recently experienced job layoffs.Goffinet saw an opportunity to ease the family's financial burden, and appealed to his community through a Facebook fundraiser to cover the cost of the grocery bill. The goal was to raise $200.Overnight, the fundraiser took off. By the end of that week, Goffinet had raised several thousand dollars. So he kept it going, raising more than $30,000 through the summer to help other families pay for groceries, rent and other necessities. He organized a similar fundraiser before the winter holidays, raising an additional $10,000.Goffinet started making grocery runs for neighbors who didn't feel comfortable doing so themselves. Read MoreEarlier this year, Goffinet got an IRS form stating that he could be on the hook for about $16,000. At...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Kensington Palace, 2017 There's an old saying that the apple never falls far from the tree. Not true in my case. My father was a working-class Tory and I was a typical young Leftie. We argued about everything. Except the Royal Family. One of my earliest memories of my childhood in Splott, a working-class area of Cardiff, was when the Queen paid a visit. The entire street — indeed the entire neighbourhood — turned out to catch a glimpse of her motorcade on its way to the city centre. But he stayed at home, ostentatiously slamming the front door shut and ordering us kids to stay at home, too. Another memory was when he was thrown out of the Conservative club on a busy Friday night. He had shown 'disrespect' to the monarchy by refusing to sit in the only spare seat because it happened to be beneath a portrait of Her Majesty. I cheered him on. My own 'disrespect' survived my childhood and my early years as a cub reporter. Why, I demanded...
    A MUM revealed a genius trick to get your kids to take medicine. And it is really easy. 3Before trying the medicine he was horrifiedCredit: Instagram/tinyheartseducation Mum Nikki, who goes under  @tinyheartseducation on Instagram, told how she couldn't get her lad to take anything. She demonstrated by trying to feed him it via a syringe - of course he refused. So she tried another way - by squirting the medicine on a spoon and topping it with sprinkles. She said honey worked too. For older children you can claim it is something exciting... like dinosaur poo. 3Then, when sprinkles were added he perked upCredit: Instagram/tinyheartseducation Vote for your Fabulous Mum of the Year and WIN Do you know a mum who deserves some extra recognition? We want to pay homage to the best mums in Britain. During the pandemic they’ve been busy juggling childcare, homeschooling and work, with the added stress of worrying about the health of elderly relatives and vulnerable friends.  It’s never been a harder time to be a mum, so this year it’s even more important to...
    The NYPD has released new surveillance footage of the woman dubbed 'SoHo Karen' tackling the 14-year-old son of a black musician to the ground in a New York City hotel while accusing him of stealing her phone. The video, shared on social media Wednesday night by NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison, shows the woman suddenly run at Keyon Harrold Jr. and grab him by the waist in the Arlo Hotel on Saturday. Its release comes just hours after the 22-year-old woman gave a rambling interview to CNN where she denied racially profiling the boy and claimed it was her who was assaulted in the dispute.  The boy's father, Grammy-winning African American jazz artist Keyon Harrold, had previously posted separate footage filmed on his smartphone on Instagram. It showed the woman pushing and grabbing at the father and son, allegedly even scratching Keyon Sr's hands as she attempted to snatch his cellphone, wrongly believing it to be hers. Moments after the scuffle concluded, her phone was reportedly found in an Uber and returned to her by the driver.    The 'Karen' is...
    Tommaso Altamura/EyeEm/Getty Amid a devastating pandemic, mass economic disaster, a looming eviction crisis, and periods of prolonged social isolation, 2020 was — to put it mildly — a difficult year. Perhaps not surprisingly, it was also the year that writer Rebecca Fishbein gave up on self-improvement entirely. Before the pandemic, "The goal was to make myself better, thinner, prettier, smarter, more emotionally grounded, more appealing to men, and more successful in my career." Now, her focus lies solely on staying healthy, employed, and fed. "That's a lot more work than learning a perfect cat-eye," she writes. With 2020 coming to a close, she reflects on the year she finally gave up. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In the summer of 2001, I made my first attempt at self-improvement. One of the teen magazines I begged my mom to buy me had a section of ab workouts that promised to turn my nearly 11-year-old body into something akin to Britney Spears's. Every night, I spent 20 minutes doing what amounted to neck crunches. They did not turn...
    “Why does voting matter?” a kid asks in a new ad from the American Federation of Teachers. And, remote-learning style, a series of teachers offer their answers. Those answers range from the totally nonpartisan (“Voting matters because the future matters. When I vote, I’m trying to improve the world that my children and my students are going to have to live in”) to the pointed-but-no-names-mentioned (“Vote because it’s time to take back our democracy, it’s time to believe in science again, and it’s time to put education first”).  It may sound cheesy to say—and improbable, since we are talking about a political ad, after all—but it’s beautiful to hear from these teachers during such a hard time, coming to us via the screens so many of them are teaching through these days. x“If your vote didn’t matter, they wouldn’t try so hard to take it away from you.” #AFTvotes pic.twitter.com/gqldShlTGB— Randi Weingarten (@rweingarten) October 30, 2020 Child: Why does voting matter? Rickey, middle school history teacher, Cincinnati, Ohio: “Voting matters because the future matters. When I vote, I’m trying to improve...
    For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters. Trump: So shower heads, you take a shower, the water doesn’t come out. You wanna wash your hands, the water doesn’t come out… Dishwashers you didn’t have any water… In most places of the country, water is not a problem. They don’t know what do with it. It’s called rain pic.twitter.com/rx96mCFsae — Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) July 16, 2020
    Bryan MenegusJust now•Filed to:sick dayssick dayscovid-19coronavirusreopeningSaveIllustration: Jim Cooke (GizmodoSick DaysSick DaysWelcome to Sick Days, a collection of stories from readers on how the current covid-19 health crisis is changing the way they work and the futures they can expect in these uncertain times.PrevNextView All Are you a frontline worker dealing with new stresses or irresponsible management? Is working (or not working) from home starting to take a psychological toll? How are you coping with reopening? Submit a story using this Google form or send me an email with the subject line “My Covid Story” and provide as much detail as you’re comfortable with. Authors’ identities have been verified, and submissions have been edited for length, grammar, and clarity.Brian, field repair technician, Missouri My wife lost her job not long before this all hit. The science lab she worked at a local university lost their grant, so her job ended when the money ran out. I’ve been with the company I’m with for 20 years now. It’s a Japanese copier company that is doing everything they can not to have to...
    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.One of cinema's most epic plot twists happened in George Lucas' movie "The Empire Strikes Back" back in 1980. At the end of the "Star Wars" franchise film, Darth Vader tells Luke Skywalker as he's fighting the young Jedi on a space bridge, “Luke, I am your father." According to Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, the line was so secretive that "only [director] Irvin Kershner, [creator] George Lucas & I knew." ALL OF THE NEW 'STAR WARS' MOVIES AND TV PROJECTS THAT ARE COMING “The cast & crew first learned of it when they saw the finished film,” Hamill revealed in the tweet responding to a fan. “When we shot it, Vader's line was ‘You don't know the truth, Obi-Wan killed your father.’ Only Irvin Kershner, George Lucas & I knew what would be dubbed in later. Agony keeping that secret for over a year!” "Star Wars" fans were stunned to learn this new bit of movie trivia. "This might be my favorite movie trivia fact every (sic), so great!" one fan...
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