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    A MUM has revealed that her 13st weight loss made her hate her body so much that she refused to let her kids touch it. Julie, 39, had been desperate to shed the pounds, but after dropping over half of her body weight she was left with excess skin that knocked her confidence completely. 5At her heaviest Julie weighed almost 24st and was desperate to shed some poundsCredit: TLC 5But since losing over half of her body weight, Julie says that she hates her body more now and refused to let her kids touch itCredit: TLC 5This is due to the excess skin that Julie's weight loss has left her withCredit: TLC Speaking on TLC’s My Extreme Excess Skin, Julie explained: “I am happy that I have lost masses amounts of weight but I’m not happy with the way my body looks. “I never thought that I would have this much skin after the weight loss.  “It’s something that really holds me back, you have all this skin and you have to cover it constantly to feel some semblance of...
    IT IS no secret that raising children is no easy task, and it’s only normal for parents to sometimes feel like they’re completely lost when it comes to raising their kids. This certainly happened to one mother who admitted she started despising her six-year-old son due to his inability to properly use a bathroom. 4A mother has revealed she is beginning to hate her son because of an undiagnosed issue he has been dealing with for three years 4Her son refuses to use the toilet unless he has to urinateCredit: Alamy The mother revealed her surprising story and feelings of anger and disgust in an anonymous post to Reddit. The woman started her post by explaining that her son was fully potty-trained by the age of two-and-a-half, but reverted back to soiling his pants once he turned three.  “SIX! And STILL pooping himself,” the mother angrily wrote.  “Hasn’t s**t in a toilet in THREE YEARS.” She expressed that she has taken her son to “doctors, hospitals, therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy,” and tried laxatives, but nothing has worked and doctors have...
    Oregon Ducks fans are not going to like the assessment made by ESPN commentator Chris Fowler following their loss to Stanford on Saturday. The Oregon Ducks walked into Stanford Stadium as the third-ranked team in the nation on Saturday afternoon. All the team had to do was win-out for the remainder of the season to clinch a spot in the College Football Playoff. Instead, the team blew a late 24-17 lead in the final seconds of regular to end up losing to the Cardinal 31-24 in overtime. With Ducks fans in their feelings with their National Championship chances now up in smoke, they certainly didn’t feel any better seeing Chris Fowler’s tweet. Wow. @oregonfootball still has an uncanny inability to put teams away. Creative ways to snatch defeat from victory. and it always seems to cost them on The Farm. 4th time theyve lost an OT vs @StanfordFball – great cardiac Cards comeback. But Crushing loss for Pac12 CFP hopes. — Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) October 2, 2021 Ducks lose to Stanford to end hopes of CFP National Championship From the...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Victims of an alleged multimillion dollar Ponzi scheme run by a Shakopee couple are speaking out about being duped. Tracy Andrews and several of her family and friends invested with Jason Bullard and his wife Angela, and are still coming to terms with what’s happened. Andrews is one of roughly 200 people who invested nearly $18 million with the Bullards since 2007. READ MORE: Shakopee Couple Accused Of Running Very Classic $18M Ponzi Scheme “He’s from our hometown area, this panhandle of Oklahoma, in a little town, area called Shaddick, Oklahoma. Everybody knows everybody,” she said. Her family signed on with the Bullards, being told their money would be invested in foreign currency. Andrews says they received monthly profit statements. A civil complaint filed by the SEC revealed some of the investor funds went quote “to pay other investors in Ponzi-style payments,” also going to fund their other businesses, including Empire Racing Stables (which races horses at Canterbury Park), and to fund their lifestyle. “I don’t understand it. I hate it for all of the victims, it just...
    After a frustrating season, lockers will make a number of changes within the owner. It has already begun, though some are already unaware. The last move did not please LeBron James, he was disappointed, but happy. The Lakers, who were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs, are in a turbulent summer crowd. Tennis Schrder, like Alex Caruso, is a free agent, He was newly arrested by the police. Point is not the best advertisement for Guardian and it is not yet known where he will play in 2022. One thing is for sure: Rob Belinga has a job maintaining a match list. Somehow, this elimination will allow players to recharge their batteries. When will Anthony Davis recover from his hip problem LeBron James Hopefully his ankle will get 100% back. Summer is far away but will be good for the future. Most recently, and due to injuries, the Angelinos have made a change in their staff. This is not the first or last as Jason Kid is packing his bags too. In fact, he has become Maws...
    Baker Mayfield isn’t going to apologize for being himself. His biggest critics call it being arrogant, but Mayfield says it’s confidence. The Cleveland Browns quarterback says the criticism "is what it is" and he understands that everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but it’s impossible to make everybody happy, so he’s just going to stick to what he believes in. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "Nowadays, I guess honesty and being straightforward is a little bit more rare," Mayfield told Fox News in a recent interview. "I’ve never been one of those cookie-cutter guys. I want to be the very best, and that truly is my mindset. It always has been." That winning mindset has paid off. Coming off an 11-5 record in 2020 under head coach Kevin Stefanski and general manager Andrew Berry’s leadership, the Browns have transformed into a legitimate destination for free agents this offseason. With the recent acquisitions of defensive end Jadeveon Clowney -- who will line up opposite of Myles Garrett -- and defensive backs John Johnson III and Troy Hill,...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia Republican lawmakers are out to prove once again that alongside not having any new, useful, or popular ideas, demonstrating a total lack of human decency is a GOP prerequisite. In that vein, the de facto leader of the GOP's tinfoil hat caucus took time out of her busy schedule to stage a juvenile act so petty and hateful it just might serve as inspiration for Mean Girls 3. Oh yes, it doesn't get much more trashy than Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia—a GOP backbencher desperate to squeeze a little more juice out of her 15 minutes—taking a swipe at her Democratic colleague for taking a stand on behalf of her transgender daughter. Democratic Rep. Marie Newman of Illinois, whose office is directly across the hall from Greene's, placed a transgender flag outside her door Wednesday as an act of solidarity with the trans community following a heated floor debate on the pro-LGBTQ Equality Act, which ultimately passed the House Thursday afternoon, 224-206. In response, Greene placed a sign outside her door, declaring “There are TWO...
    Getty Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro is thriving in his new role coming off the bench. Erik Spoelstra’s surprising decision to move Tyler Herro to the bench sent shockwaves around South Beach. It also sent a pretty important message to the rest of the Miami Heat squad: winning is the top priority. “By any means necessary right now” had been a rallying cry for Spoelstra back in late January when the Heat was down several players due to COVID-19 protocols. The team was just trying to survive, fight another day and get healthy. He has tinkered with the starting lineup all year and tells reporters not to read too much into who starts and who comes off the bench. Still, it raised eyebrows to see one of the NBA’s most promising young guards on the pine. Herro was replaced by Goran Dragic in the starting lineup on Feb. 5, then watched Kendrick Nunn start back-to-back games on Feb. 7 and Feb. 9. The 21-year-old doesn’t care as long he’s in there late with the game hanging in the...
    JAILED hate preacher Abu Hamza claims he is losing his sight, in his latest bid to return to Britain. The hook-handed cleric, 62, told a court he has “untreated vision decay”, possibly linked to Covid-19. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates PA:Press Association 3 Jailed hate preacher Abu Hamza claims he is losing his sight, in his latest bid to return to Britain He said he has been refused a coronavirus test at his US jail and wants to be sent back to the UK. Hamza, serving life for terrorism charges, said: “This new development makes it impossible to communicate, interact or compile any legal work.” In a laundry-list of complaints, the convicted terror cleric said he suffered “headaches, fatigue, runny nose, lighting coffing (sic) and frequent sneezing” following a visit by an eye doctor. He filed the Covid-19 complaints in a 97-page motion for a temporary restraining order – seeking release from prison and his return to the UK – in September. It was included in a lawsuit he is pursuing...
    President Donald Trump wrapped up a series of campaign rallies in swing states on Saturday, blasting his Democratic opponent Joe Biden as a corrupt politician and creature of Washington while painting himself as a political outsider. Trump repeated the argument from his successful 2016 campaign when voters responded to the unorthodox candidate by handing him the White House. He did three rallies in three critical background states - North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin - kicking off a final 10 days of campaigning that will feature a jam-packed schedule headed into November 3.  'We can't take any chances. We have to win,' Trump told his supporters in Waukesha, Wisconsin, in his final rally of the day. 'Can you imagine losing to this guy?,' he said of Biden, calling for a 'thundering' defeat of his Democratic rival at the ballot box while blasting the opposition party as 'anti-American.' 'If you want to raise your children safely you must defeat Sleepy Joe Biden,' he said.  President Donald Trump in Waukesha, Wisconsin, the last of three campaign rallies he held in critical battleground...
    There is no doubt about the fact that 100 Thieves is one of the biggest eSports organizations out there. They have been a successful brand name with celebrity partners like Drake. But lately, a fan of 100T has accused the company  on the 100T subreddit of having strayed away from its primary objective, which is eSports. Recently, Nadeshot talked about this on his stream. The co-founder of 100 Thieves was genuinely bothered by the post on the 100T subreddit and spoke up on the concerns regarding the organization’s performance in the competitive scene. State of Esports for 100T from 100thieves Further reading: Call Of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone: New Playlist Update Is Now Live Now, what people do not realize is, managing a roster alongside all the other responsibilities of an eSports organization is not an easy task. But Nadeshot makes it clear on his stream that what hurt him the most is when people accuse him, or the org, of not trying hard enough to perform well, or not investing in the eSports sector enough to get...
    Two people charged with a hate crime after attempting to paint over a Black Lives Matter mural are rebuking their repercussions as unjust. Nicole Anderson, 42, and David Nelson, 53, were captured on video on Saturday painting over yellow block letters with gray paint in Martinez, California. Nelson, who was seen wearing campaign gear supporting President Trump, can be heard arguing with a woman asking why they were painting over the letters. "This is the double standard and hypocrisy of the whole thing," Nelson said Thursday on Fox News's Tucker Carlson Tonight. "It’s okay for BLM to go around and burn down the country, terrorize America, actually kill people ... When we stand up and give them a little iota, a taste of their own medicine, this is the extreme measures that are being taken, and we can’t let it happen." "We need to stand up, we need to get together, all Americans in every city and take to the streets," he added. In addition to being charged with a hate crime, Anderson and Nelson also face charges...
    A Missouri woman captured on video yelling that she would teach her grandchildren to hate Black Lives Matter protesters and extolling her belief in the Ku Klux Klan apologized Tuesday. A video circulated on social media that has been viewed more than 12.8 million times shows the woman, later identified as Kathy Jenkins, sitting in the back of a pickup truck holding a Confederate flag. “I will teach my grandkids to hate you all,” she shouts to protesters off-camera, before standing up and draping the flag over her shoulders. “Suck on this.” NORTH CAROLINA COPS FIRED OVER CONVERSATIONS ABOUT 'SLAUGHTERING' BLACK PEOPLE, SECOND 'CIVIL WAR' “KKK belief,” she adds, pumping her fist in the air. The exchange took place on Sunday as Black Lives Matter protesters gathered outside a Branson Dixie Outfitters store, which specializes in Confederate flags, clothing and other merchandise, in Branson. Jenkins joined the group of counter-protesters displaying Confederate flags in front of the store. Jenkins called into KOLR 10 Ozarks First radio station to issue an apology Tuesday, explaining that she has...
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