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    DEAR ABBY: I am being married to the love of my life. Aside from my soon-to-be husband, the most important participant in our wedding will be my 70-year-old father, whom I adore. Dad has been dating “Mary” on and off since my parents’ divorce 25 years ago. Mary has always had health issues (lupus, kidney disease, alcoholism, etc.), so she rarely attends family functions. Dad is in excellent health, enjoys the outdoors and is very involved in his children’s and grandchildren’s lives. Recently, Dad has been spending the majority of his time taking care of sickly Mary, including spending six weeks in a distant city while she underwent surgery and recovery. Related Articles Dear Abby: When I needed my husband, he was looking for another woman Dear Abby: I’m reconsidering my engagement because of the cats Dear Abby: She thinks her pedophile husband will ‘get better’ Dear Abby: My co-worker now shuns me and she won’t say why Dear Abby: My boyfriend is great, except for his wife and kids...
    You might throw them on in the morning without much thought. But an expert claims the type of underwear you choose can reflect your true inner nature.  Miranda Holder, a British TV and celebrity fashion expert and founder of the Feel Good Fashion Coach, spoke to Femail about the message communicated by popular style of bra and knickers, from bikini briefs to bralettes.  She explained women who like to show off their curves in skimpy thongs are party-lovers who have mastered the art of burning the candle at both ends, but are prone to choosing superficial partners.  At the other end of the spectrum are the t-shirt bra wearers, who have somehow found themselves at a place in life where fed-up, a little overweight, and dream of being rescued from their mundane existence by a knight in shining armour. Then there are French knicker fans who have a 'lie back and think of England approach to sex' and get competitive about their dinner parties with the rest of their country set.  Dare to learn what you're smalls are saying about...
    A WOMAN who called her baby boy Lucifer has insisted she doesn’t regret choosing the unusual moniker – because she likes her kids being unique. Josie King hit headlines when she called into Jeremy Vine’s TV show to join the discussion on baby names. SWNS 4 Josie King and her baby boy – Lucifer And while she was slammed for the bizarre name, Josie told Devon Live that she stands by her choice. “I like the names I like, it may not be right for other people,” she said. “When I chose his name I knew people wouldn’t like it but it’s not up to them.” Josie also said that while Lucifer is often used as the name for the Devil in Christianity, she’s not religious herself – so it doesn’t have the same connotations to her. “I had a couple of family members saying ‘you can’t call him that’, but I said I’m not religious so it doesn’t stand for what other people think it stands for,” she added. “But my dad...
    Bill O’Reilly defended former President Donald Trump for not appealing to vaccine hesitant supporters with facts on Monday during an interview with Mediaite and founder and NewsNation host Dan Abrams. O’Reilly was fresh off a four-city tour with the former president when he joined The Dan Abrams Show to talk about everything from vaccines to the responsibility of journalists to report accurate to information. After Abrams asked the former Fox News host about social distancing during his events with Trump, the conversation grew tense. “We couldn’t social distance,” O’Reilly said. “We’re in Florida and Texas, which don’t have mandates and people are free to do whatever they want. I should point out that Donald Trump is not for mandates, all right? He does want people to be vaccinated.” Abrams responded, “Those are two totally separate issues, right? The question of mandates is a separate question for as far as i’m concerned, I wonder though, why it takes, for example, the former president being asked by Bill O’Reilly if he’s been boosted, rather going out there and saying, ‘Hey, everybody. I’m boosted....
    Madonna isn’t a fan of cancel culture. Cancel culture is a cancer on American society, and recently, we’ve seen lots of people with large platforms speak out. Well, we can now add the music icon to the list. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) ???? @Madonna graces the cover of V133, our new winter issue! With @jeremyoharris, the queen of pop and American playwright discuss the #MadameX film, the power of art to create change, and why, more than ever, bold storytelling is crucial. DISCOVER MORE: https://t.co/2MVjtnMtQM pic.twitter.com/UqMVZ7vdxC — V Magazine (@vmagazine) November 1, 2021 Madonna told V Magazine the following in part about her thoughts on cancel culture: The censoring that’s going on in the world right now, that’s pretty frightening. No one’s allowed to speak their mind right now. No one’s allowed to say what they really think about things for fear of being canceled, cancel culture. In cancel culture, disturbing the peace is probably an act of treason. As I’ve said too many times to count, we need as many...
    Madonna has never been shy about speaking her mind. In a new interview with playwright Jeremy O. Harris for V magazine, the singer got candid about cancel culture. "It's interesting because peace is subjective," the 63-year-old explained. "The way people think about the pandemic, for instance, that the vaccination is the only answer or the polarization of thinking you're either on this side or the other. There's no debate, there's no discussion." According to the star, she’s not afraid to disturb the peace. MADONNA DETAILS RECENT PHONE CALL SHE HAD WITH BRITNEY SPEARS Madonna got candid about cancel culture, ageism in a new interview for V magazine. (Getty Images) "That's something I want to disturb," she said. "I want to disturb the fact that we're not encouraged to discuss it. I believe that our job [as artists] is to disturb the status quo. The censoring that's going on in the world right now, that's pretty frightening. No one's allowed to speak their mind right now. No one's allowed to say what they really think about things for fear of...
    More On: bill cosby Bill Cosby accuser Beth Ferrier fumes over prison release: ‘It’s bulls–t!’ Bill Cosby sprung from prison after court overturns sex assault conviction Bill Cosby to walk free after court overturns sex assault conviction Bill Cosby stops showering behind bars because of COVID-19 White House press secretary Jen Psaki cited President Biden’s commitment to fighting against violence to women but wouldn’t say what he thinks about a Pennsylvania court overturning the sexual assault conviction of Bill Cosby.  “The president has long been an advocate for fighting against violence against women, for ensuring that we are raising the voices and the stories of people who have been survivors of sexual assault. That’s something he has done throughout his career and will continue to do,” she said at the White House briefing on Wednesday. “But I don’t have a specific comment on that announcement today,” Psaki said, adding that a statement may be released later in the day.  She also noted that the president helped write the 1994 Violence Against Women Act. Later in the briefing, Psaki...
    A MUM has been slammed after sharing what she puts inside her daughter's lunchbox, admitting that the 11-year-old follows the keto diet. This means that carbs are limited and typically replaced with high fat foods, a diet the woman says her her family follows. 4The mum shared what she typically packs in her daughter's lunchbox - and there's no carbsCredit: TikTok/@houseofketo The mum-of-two shared the contents of her daughter's lunchbox on TikTok, which has now been viewed by more than 7.6 million people. She said: "My 11-year-old's keto and this is what I made her for lunch." Inside the lunchbox she put a lettuce wrap with shredded chicken and cheese, a serving of strawberries and blueberries, as well as a hardboiled egg. On this occasion, the mum also treated her daughter to some watermelon which she says will be a nice surprise as "typically we don't include watermelon in our regular everyday ketogenic lifestyle as it has more carbs and sugar then we would usually eat." 4She said that her 11-year-old daughter is on a keto...
    A MUM claims she was left horrified after receiving a phone call from her daughter’s school claiming that she had been leaving with a “strange man” everyday. TikTok user Shantaq uploaded the emotional video, where she admitted to being ‘shaken’ by the incident, before revealing what ‘actually’ happened. 2Shantaq was horrified when her daughter's school contacted her to say she had been leaving with a "strange man"Credit: TikTok Speaking in the clip, the mum says: “So I received a call from my daughter’s school saying that she had been leaving school with a strange man everyday and it was not her dad. “I was trembling, my heart was just beating outside of my chest. “I’ve always made it a point to tell the school that if my daughter leaves with someone outside of ourselves that they need to contact us immediately. “They described this man, they said he was tall, stubby, looked like he was out of shape, his hair was fragile, he had a light moustache - I was shaken.” 2However, when the mum saw the photos, she realised...
    Officials from the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control faced a barrage of questions about enacting a halt on distribution for the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen coronavirus vaccine. Acting FDA Commissioner Dr. Janet Woodcock, Dr. Peter Marks and Dr. Anne Schuchat of the CDC took questions from the media on Tuesday after both agencies called for a pause on the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine. The agencies have justified their decision by saying they are studying data about a possible correlation between the vaccine’s recipients and a handful of blood clots among the 6.8 million people who’ve had the J&J shot. When the three officials took questions, they were asked “what would you say to people who are concerned and frustrated that they think this might be an overreaction considering it’s six people out of seven million?” Schuchat responded by saying “we are committed to safety and transparency and to expeditiously learn what we can so that further steps can be taken.” “When we saw this pattern and aware of that treatment needed to be individualized for...
    Mario Tama/Getty Images About half of New York Times employees are uncomfortable expressing themselves around their colleagues, according to a company survey. Responding to the statement, “There is a free exchange of views in this company; people are not afraid to say what they really think,” 51 percent of employees responded affirmatively. The other 49 percent said they were not comfortable expressing their opinions. The poll was conducted by the Times and obtained by The New York Post. “Although the majority of us feel well-informed, many indicated that differing viewpoints aren’t sought or valued in our work,” the Times noted in an internal assessment of the study. “Relatedly, we saw some negative responses on whether there’s a free exchange of views in the company, and scored below the benchmark on this question.” The results come after a year in which more liberal Times staffers sought to jettison moderate colleagues from the publication. Editorial page editor James Bennet resigned in June after one of his staffers published an op-ed by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) calling for the National Guard to be deployed to maintain...
    TikTok : US government could ban TikTok 1:15 . – The short video app TikTok quickly became a key element of American popular culture, serving as a platform for sharing viral memes, as well as political satire and activism. Facebook, the dominant force on social media, has tried to copy the app, but so far that hasn’t slowed its rapid growth. However, now TikTok faces the most direct threat to its expansion in the United States and this does not come from a competitor, but from the Government. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that they are “considering” banning the app, which is owned by Chinese company ByteDance. In this way he reaffirmed the statements made on Monday by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. This is just the latest and highest-profile example of how Washington raises alarm about the app that is popular with younger users in the United States, where TikTok has been downloaded 165 million times. Other prominent critics had previously highlighted TikTok as a possible spying threat. Last year, Senate Minority...
    Sebastian Vettel is a 4-time world champion. We can assume that the German has an immense amount of insight in this circus called F1. Although he has been having two tough seasons at Ferrari, his views still hold a lot of weight. Keeping this in mind, a journalist from Sky Sports asked Vettel about his views on Stefano Domenicali being rumored to replace Chase Carey. The news hasn’t been official yet. However, all the teams are aware. Sebastian Vettel chooses his words carefully in this interview to avoid any further controversy. “I don’t know. I can’t say anything, can I? Well, I don’t know If he should. I think he knows the sport, he’s been involved for long enough. He’s been part of Ferrari for a long time.” ???? | Sebastian talking about Stefano Domenicali & the coming up race at @SochiAutodrom. “I hope for whatever reason we are little a bit better this weekend”. #RussianGP ???????? #Vettel #SV5 pic.twitter.com/9Q261Vy21n — Sebastian Vettel #5 (@sebvettelnews) September 24, 2020 Though the reporter tries hard to squeeze the words out of...
    Ex-police officer charged in Breonna Taylor case This City Just Banned Candy From the Grocery Store Checkout Line It Takes Longer Than Youd Think For Cats to Become Friends - Heres What Experts Say There is no denying that cats are straight up adorable. They're soft, cuddly, energetic, and full of the cutest quirks - who wouldn't want a house full of cats? And yet, being a parent to multiple cats is not as easy as it sounds. Simply introducing two cats to each other does not mean they will automatically get along. Here's how long it normally takes for cats to start getting along, and how you can help the process. © Getty / Akimasa Harada It Takes Longer Than You'd Think For Cats to Become Friends - Here's What Experts Say How long does it take for cats to get along? The answer to this question depends entirely on the cat you have, according to Sara Ochoa, DVM, small animal and exotic veterinarian in Texas and veterinary consultant for DogLab. "Usually, it takes a few months for...
    Washington (CNN Business)The short-form video app TikTok has quickly become a key part of popular culture in the US, serving as a platform for viral memes as well as political satire and activism. Facebook, the dominant force in social media, has tried to copy the app, but so far that has not slowed down its rapid rise. But now TikTok faces the most direct threat to its expansion in the US -- not from a competitor, but from the US government. President Donald Trump said Tuesday his administration is "looking at" banning the app, which is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, affirming remarks on Monday by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. It's just the latest, and most high-profile, example of Washington raising alarms about the app that's popular among younger users in the US, where TikTok has been downloaded 165 million times. Other prominent critics have previously highlighted TikTok as a potential spying threat. Last year, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton called for the intelligence community to assess the risk TikTok may pose...
    Many Americans, including President Trump, don't want unity with "leftist messages" like those spouting from Black Lives Matter, The Federalist's Mollie Hemingway argued Thursday. In an interview on the "Brian Kilmeade Show" with host Brian Kilmeade, Hemingway pointed out that plenty of people have accused the president of not being a unifying presence for the nation. TOMI LAHREN SPOKE TO BLACK LIVES MATTER LEADER CALLING FOR ARMED PATROLS TO COUNTER POLICE BRUTALITY "Well, I think a lot of people would say, 'Of course he's not a uniter. That's not what he was elected to do,'" she asserted. "There are people who think that uniting with people who think that the country is irredeemably evil is not in our best interest." Black Lives Matter began as a hashtag used in response to the 2012 shooting of Trayvon Martin. The teenager was shot dead while visiting his father in Sanford, Fla., by neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman. Zimmerman was later cleared of all charges What started on social media slowly evolved — eventually becoming a nationwide movement, with protests in response to the killings of African-Americans across the country. People...
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