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    A man described by Project Veritas as a senior engineer with Twitter has been caught admitting to an undercover reporter that the company has a strong left-wing bias, and conservatives are routinely censored. Siru Murugesan was filmed by a Veritas operative saying that the company culture at Twitter is extremely far left. 'Like I started working at Twitter and became left,' he said. 'I think it's just like the environment, like you're there and you become like this commie.' Murugesan said that right-wingers were openly censored. Elon Musk said his purchase of Twitter on Friday was 'temporarily on hold'. He has accused the company of a left-wing bias 'Ideologically, it does not make sense like, because we're actually censoring the right, and not the left,' he told the undercover reporter. 'So, everyone on the right wing will be like, 'bro, it's okay to stay, just gotta tolerate it.' The left will be like, no, I'm not gonna tolerate it. I need it censored or else I'm not gonna be on the platform. 'So, it does that on the right. It's...
    SHE wanted a cute bow tattoo that went round her entire neck. But Maya was left fuming with the results of the inking, explaining to her followers on TikTok that she "hates" how it turned out. 3This is the bow tattoo that Maya wanted around her neckCredit: @alienjarz/Tiktok 3But she hated what she was left with - a thin, shaky line around her neckCredit: @alienjarz/Tiktok She began her video series by telling fans to "come with me" as she got the inking. But she then returned to the clip later on as she admitted she'd been left in floods of tears by the finished design. "It turned out so bad - I literally just stopped crying. I’m probably not going to show it right now because I feel hella sensitive about it, but when I get it fixed I’ll show it," she said. "But yeah, I can’t believe I got a neck tattoo that I hate, FML." Read more Tattoo storiesINK HARDER Bizarre tattoo illusion divides opinion…can you work out what it’s meant to say?...
    A WAITRESS says she gets compliments for her tattoo but wants to get it fixed, claiming the artist didn’t try. Reddit user Lanky Spinach 49's artwork appears to show a mountain landscape but it looks unfinished. 1A Reddit user wants to get her tattoo fixed as she claims the artist didn't tryCredit: Reddit The alchemical triangles for fire and earth were inked onto her arm. The rays of the sun appear to be in one of the triangles and in the other, it looks like there are mountain peaks and a lake. She shared the tattoo in the thread S****y Tattoos and said she can’t wait to get it fixed, claiming she’s stared at it for over a year. The waitress believes the tattooist didn't want to try on the day she had it inked. But, fans online complimented the body art, with some branding it “awesome”. One Redditor said: “I actually like it, this is far from s****y for this sub. Most read in LifestyleFAST LEARNER Harry revealed THIS private tradition when Meghan & Queen met for 1st...
    Even if you love sex, it’s usual to have one or two things you’re not so thrilled about. Whether it’s giving oral sex that makes you gag or being bored rigid by intercourse that seems to last for days, we all have our pet sex peeves. Thing is, most can be easily fixed with a few practical tricks and tweaks. Here’s my solutions to the most commonly complained about sex situations – and what to do if you simply can’t bear to go there. British sex expert Tracey Cox reveals how you can make your least favourite sex acts less tedious and the swaps you can turn to if you really cannot hack it. Stock picture  GIVING HIM ORAL SEX Usually, it’s the smell, swallowing or gagging that people dislike and all are fixable. Turn a shower into foreplay: If he’s not scrupulously clean use the soap as a lubricant to masturbate his penis. If he’s uncircumcised, pull the foreskin back very gently and wash underneath.  If a shower isn’t doable, make it a ‘thing’ that you both wash your bits...
    By Nicole Chavez | CNN A rush of emotion ran through Chong Bretillon’s body as she biked into Times Square, where massive billboards displayed the portraits of Fremont native Michelle Alyssa Go and many Asian American victims of bias attacks. “I was overwhelmed with both grief and sorrow,” said Bretillon, a 41-year-old Korean American and college instructor. “It put it all together, the Asian American community’s fears and the problem of racial violence.” “It brought the point home that this has been happening and you cannot look away,” said Bretillon, who was in Times Square attending a vigil for Go earlier this week. The death of Go, who was pushed to her death in front of a Times Square subway train, jolted Asian Americans across the United States, even though the incident isn’t being investigated as a hate crime. It prompted a kind of collective grief in a community affected by an increase in anti-Asian violence in recent years, advocates say. Go was 40 years old and worked in mergers and acquisitions for the multimillion-dollar financial firm Deloitte Services LP....
    By Nicole Chavez | CNN A rush of emotion ran through Chong Bretillon’s body as she biked into Times Square, where massive billboards displayed the portraits of Michelle Alyssa Go and many Asian American victims of bias attacks. “I was overwhelmed with both grief and sorrow,” said Bretillon, a 41-year-old Korean American and college instructor. “It put it all together, the Asian American community’s fears and the problem of racial violence.” “It brought the point home that this has been happening and you cannot look away,” said Bretillon, who was in Times Square attending a vigil for Go earlier this week. The death of Go, who was pushed to her death in front of a Times Square subway train, jolted Asian Americans across the United States, even though the incident isn’t being investigated as a hate crime. It prompted a kind of collective grief in a community affected by an increase in anti-Asian violence in recent years, advocates say. Go was 40 years old and worked in mergers and acquisitions for the multimillion-dollar financial firm Deloitte Services LP. She was...
    (CNN)A rush of emotion ran through Chong Bretillon's body as she biked into Times Square, where massive billboards displayed the portraits of Michelle Alyssa Go and many Asian American victims of bias attacks."I was overwhelmed with both grief and sorrow," said Bretillon, a 41-year-old Korean American and college instructor. "It put it all together, the Asian American community's fears and the problem of racial violence." "It brought the point home that this has been happening and you cannot look away," said Bretillon, who was in Times Square attending a vigil for Go earlier this week. The death of Go, who was pushed to her death in front of a Times Square subway train, jolted Asian Americans across the United States, even though the incident isn't being investigated as a hate crime. It prompted a kind of collective grief in a community affected by an increase in anti-Asian violence in recent years, advocates say. Times Square subway victim Michelle Alyssa Go remembered as a compassionate soulGo was 40 years old and worked in mergers and acquisitions for the multimillion-dollar financial firm...
    Ana Navarro told her co-host Friday on ABC’s “The View” that actor Jussie Smollett’s fake hate crime story “read believable” to many people. Smollett was found guilty of five of six counts of felony disorderly conduct for filing a false police report. Co-host Joy Behar said, “Yesterday former Empire star Jussie Smollett was found guilty of orchestrating a fake hate crime, he had told police he was jumped and beaten by men shouting homophobic slurs and claimed they put a noose around his neck. Two brothers who were also, his trainers testified that he paid them to help stage the crime. Now Smollett faces up to three years in jail. He’s still sticking by his story. But tell me what do you make of the way this played out?” Navarro said, “When it first happened, I think it was unimaginable to anybody that it could be a hoax. Frankly, you know, I think that for a lot of us it read believable that there could be hate crimes because there are hate crimes against minorities and against LGBTQ. The big message...
    CRITICISED for disciplining her step kids and teaching them chores, one woman says it works for their family and that's all that matters. Hitting back at critics, Camille says that she also faces backlash daily about calling her partner's kids her 'step kids online.' 2Camille says she receives hate for disciplining her man's kidsCredit: TikTok Taking to her TikTok channel the woman says that she does not take the trolling comments to heart as she knows the kids' are happy. Posting under the domain @camille_munday the woman says: "Things I do as a step mum that other people hate." Camille, who is currently pregnant, added: "I discipline my step kids." The step mum says that it also annoys people how she gives the kids chores around the house and how she refers to her partner's kid's online. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "I give them chores," she said. Adding: "I call them my step kids online." The post, which Camille titled "It works for our family and that’s all that matters!" has been viewed...
    Gary LeVox is still upset over the way Rascal Flatts split up. The country trio, made up of LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus, are known for chart-topping hits like "Bless the Broken Road," "My Wish," and "What Hurts the Most." But things got complicated in 2020 when the three appeared on "CBS This Morning" to announce they'd be going on a farewell tour titled "Rascal Flatts Farewell: Life Is A Highway Tour."  The tour never kicked off due to the coronavirus pandemic. Rooney also quit unexpectedly, LeVox said. Reflecting on the group's demise for an interview with People this week, LeVox admitted he's "never been okay with the way that it ended." "I wasn't happy that Joe Don quit," he revealed, adding that his bandmate's departure "kind of came out of nowhere." RASCAL FLATTS GUITARIST JOE DON ROONEY ARRESTED FOR DUI NEAR NASHVILLE "It was like, 'Let me try to wrap my head around this.' And then I certainly wasn't okay with the pandemic, which canceled everything. I hate the way that it ended. I hate that we...
    Q: I used to play a similar game every morning as your Zen Driver in the long, slow rush hour backup at the ramp to Highway 101 near the San Jose airport. My goal was to keep a steady pace rather than stop-start-stop-start. So I let myself fall back until I could keep a slight, steady pressure on the gas and not have to touch the brake. It didn’t always work, but it was fun when it did. I hope I didn’t annoy anybody. Meredith Amyx, San Jose A: Oh, some folks were very steamed over Zen Driving, whose practitioner Adam Nye claims he has gone 170 miles without braking on the freeway and coasts to red lights on city streets. Q: What may be Zen Driving for Adam Nye could be a meltdown for someone else. I can’t think of anything more irritating than coming up behind someone who is coasting to a stop light! I think it’s very selfish of him to drive that way. People are aggravated enough these days for many reasons. He’s lucky he hasn’t...
    Spirit Airlines was expected to cancel more than 400 flights for a sixth day in a row Friday following a 'perfect storm' of operational issues that will lead to more cancellations over the weekend.  After axing 43 percent of scheduled flights for Friday and more than 1,700 since Sunday, Spirit Airlines CEO Ted Christie acknowledged, 'It's been a terrible week for us.'  Frustrated customers who have been left stranded took to social media to bash the beleaguered budget airline - some vowing to never fly Spirit ever again.  'I just hope everyone who has flown with them now sees what Spirit Airlines really is and how little they care for you since they've stranded you without explanation or refund or support (I heard they gave a meal ticket lol),' one person tweeted.  Spirit Airlines' woes continued into their fifth straight day Friday, as the airline was forced to cut more than half of its flights on Thursday, with more cancellations incoming. Customers were seen Thursday waiting on line at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston  Customers of a...
    On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “New Day,” co-host Brianna Keilar said that White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci “never said that COVID-19 did not come from a lab. What he said was there was no scientific evidence supporting that it did.” And that for former President Donald Trump, the lab leak theory “was less about finding the truth and more about finding a scapegoat as he made racist comments deflecting from his own poor political performance and coincided with higher rates of hate crimes against Asian Americans.” After playing a clip of Fauci conceding that it’s possible the virus originated in a lab, Keilar said, “To be clear, Dr. Fauci never said that COVID-19 did not come from a lab. What he said was there was no scientific evidence supporting that it did. And later in that very same interview, Fauci said investigators still say the spread was likely natural, meaning zoonotic, starting from an animal that transmitted it to humans, which has long been the explanation that was more broadly considered as likely, that it began in...
    The House passed an anti-discrimination bill to address the rise in hate crimes against Asians on Tuesday afternoon, with a bipartisan vote of 364 for the bill and 62 against.  With the Senate passing the bill last month with just one down vote, from Republican Sen. Josh Hawley, the legislation now heads to President Joe Biden's desk, where he's expected to sign it by the end of the week.   More than just a statement against anti-Asian hate, the bill directs the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services to issue new guidance on the rise in violence against Asians amid the coronavirus pandemic.  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called it a 'momentous day,' as her Democratic caucus voted for the legislation en masse.  The votes against the bill came from 62 House Republicans.       House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called it a 'momentous day.' She and Democratic leaders gathered for a 'Stop Asian Hate' press conference Tuesday before the vote   Sen. Josh Hawley was the only no vote when the Senate passed the bill. On Tuesday, he was joined by 62 House...
    Naomi Osaka has become the latest celebrity to speak out against anti-Asian hate after a spike in the number of violent attacks during Covid.  The world number two, who is both Japanese and Haitian, called out out those who 'profit or enjoy' various aspects of Asian culture but do not 'support the ethnic group that created it'.  On Instagram, the 23-year-old shared a photo of her recent tweet, where she wrote, 'If people loved Asian people as much as they love bubble tea, anime, mochi, sushi, matcha, etc. 'Imagine profiting/enjoying things that come from a culture and then attacking/diminishing the ethnic group that created it.' The world number two, who is both Japanese and Haitian, shared a Twitter post calling out those who 'profit or enjoy' various aspects of Asian culture but do not 'support the ethnic group that created it' as she shared the hashtag 'StopAsianHate' In the caption, the 23-year-old continued, '#StopAsianHate. It's really sad that this even has to be a hashtag/slogan. 'It should be common sense, but it seems like common sense is...
    A SEX EXPERT has revealed the bedroom act that some men do that women can hate - and why they do it.  Nadia Bokody, from Australia, wrote for News.com.au: “I once dated a guy who put his hand around my neck while we were having sex. 2Sexpert Nadia Bokody said that she regularly hears how men think women what what they see in porn “Not in an attempt to cause me harm, but because – as he later revealed – he’d seen it performed in porn, and assumed I’d be into it. “What was most striking about this encounter, was the fact he didn’t ask me if I’d like it first, because he was afraid of looking inept.” Nadia said she often hears time and time again from male readers how they don’t talk to their partners in the bedroom as they’ve been taught men should know what they are doing.  Boys & Sex author Peggy Orenstein wrote: “By midway through kindergarten – that’s age five or six – they’ve learned from their peers to knock that stuff off, at...
    Don’t worry, you’ll find something else,’ I reassured my friend. ‘This is the best thing that could have happened, you hated that job.’ My friend opened her mouth to say something and then closed it again. I kept going: ‘At least John still has work, you still have a roof over your head.’ She nodded but there were tears in her eyes as she said she had to go. As soon as we hung up our video call I knew I’d done the worst thing: instead of listening to how scared and sad she was, I had made my friend feel she was not allowed to feel bad about being made redundant from her job of eight years. I had showered her in something that’s recently been dubbed ‘toxic positivity’. Marianne Power explores the dangers of suppressing our feelings, as Dr Dean Burnett writes about ‘toxic positivity’ (file image) Dr Dean Burnett, author of best- selling book The Happy Brain, wrote about it after his otherwise healthy 58-year-old father contracted Covid-19 in March. ‘When he became ill and ended up on...
    Jimmy Butler may have lost the championship title, but he left the Orlando Bubble winning everybody’s hearts. When all the Miami Heat fans lost hope because of Bam Adebayo and Goran Dragic’s untimely injuries, Butler stepped up to the task and seized the moment. He kept them alive in the series way longer than anybody expected. However, all the opinions were initially the exact opposite. People cracked jokes and passed comments about certain incidents like hotel security visiting him for dribbling the ball too loudly in his room and more. Butler was a huge part of the Heat’s success in these Playoffs. Coming up during clutch moments was his specialty, and it earned him a place in the league’s Top-10 players this year. No matter which direction the noise comes from, Butler doesn’t seem to care one bit.   Jimmy Butler has no room for hate It was during the first round of the Playoffs against the Indiana Pacers that Butler made his views about his hate crystal clear. “Believe me when I tell you that I do not care...
    Adobe You consider yourself a patriot. You’re willing to die for your country. Okay, maybe not die, exactly. But you’d be willing to do something. If you weren’t busy that day. And it didn’t involve anything more strenuous than yelling at a lady for speaking Mexican in the school supplies aisle at Walmart. But what if you hate America without even knowing it? Based on not fake science, we’ve developed a test to precisely measure your patriotism. Simply tabulate the number of statements that apply to you, then register your score at the end: You have never fantasized about a Caribbean weekend with Mike Pence. You’ve been known to put the needs of others before your own. You filed for conscientious objector status during the War on Christmas. You have yet to ask an usher to seat you in the whites-only section at a professional wrestling match. You see the irony in telling an Apache woman to “Go back to your own country.” You’ve never starred in a viral video for calling police on black kids running a Kool-Aid...
    CHELSEA have been trolled by Crystal Palace over their new third kit which looks exactly like the Eagles' home strip. The Blues released images of their new alternative strip and fans online were quick to slam the red and blue stripes which would look far more at home at Selhurst Park. 4Fans have slammed Chelsea's new kit saying it looks just like Crystal Palace's home strip 4 4Palace were quick to troll the Blues' 'It's a London Thing' hashtag Chelsea shared photos of the new kit alongside a caption that read: "Meet a new legacy. The 2020-21 @nikefootball third kit is here! "One for the sneakerheads, inspired by the 1990s Ultramarine Air Max 180 and classic shirts of the past! "Available 10.09.20. #ItsAChelseaThing." CHELSEA NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Blues news But Palace were clearly not impressed by the new slogan and cut them down in one fell swoop with a hilarious rebuttal. They quote tweeted the post and simply wrote: "#It'sNotThoughIsIt." The post received more than 41,000 likes and fans piled on in the comments too. One...
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