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    SIX questions that can apparently reveal a lot about your personality and the way you act. Rather than just knowing if you're an introvert or extrovert, or night owl or an early bird, the questions can reveal fundamental points of your personality. 1These simple questions can tell you a lot about your personality One of the first questions of the test highlighted by Psychology Today was: Do you like to follow a recipe exactly or tweak it? If you enjoy tweaking recipes rather than following them directly, it could mean you enjoy doing things your own way. Others who follow the directions exactly and enjoy doing so can appreciate structure and rules in their lives. The second question posed was: When you're on vacation, do you enjoy a fully planned itinerary or just going with the flow? Read more in psychologyFriendly farewell I'm a psychologist - tackling a friendship break-up is all about the prepTHE MORE YOU KNOW Test reveals your personality - are you a head, a heart or a body type? The activity level people prefer...
    (CNN)An Indiana couple says they took their family to get their annual flu shot at the local Walgreens last month, but all of them, including their 4- and 5-year-old, were given a Covid-19 vaccine by mistake. Mistakes like this can happen, but they're incredibly rare, public health experts say. Pharmacists and other specialists who give the shots say there are dozens of safeguards built into the system to limit the possibility of human error. And, in the case of Covid-19 vaccines, if someone is getting a second dose, for example, and accidentally gets a Moderna vaccine, when they had Pfizer's first, that likely won't cause side effects or other health problems, according to findings from an ongoing National Institutes of Health study.FDA vaccine advisers recommend emergency use authorization for booster dose of Modernas Covid-19 vaccine"A single bad situation like that gets a lot of coverage, but hundreds of millions of doses and second doses have been administered in a very effective, accurate and careful way," said Jennifer Kertanis, the director of health for the Farmington Valley Health District in Connecticut...
    Sir Michael Caine has confirmed he is not stepping away from the Hollywood mainstream after prompting retirement rumours during a recent interview. The veteran star, now 88, was appearing on BBC Radio 5 to promote his latest movie Best Sellers when he bemoaned the lack of opportunities for older actors.  He referred to the film as 'my last part, really,' noting that he has limited mobility and adding: 'There's not exactly scripts pouring in for a leading man that's 88, you know?' He has since clarified that he will not be walking away from the acting world in a tongue-in-cheek post shared with followers on Saturday.  Using his iconic catchphrase, the British star wrote: 'I'm not retiring, and not a lot of people know that!' Still here: Sir Michael Caine has confirmed he is not stepping away from the Hollywood mainstream after prompting retirement rumours during a recent interview During his recent interview Sir Michael, who began acting in 1953 when he took a job at a repertory company in West Sussex, said that 'I haven't worked for two years and...
    Britney Spears covered a number of topics in a Friday Instagram post where she confessed to being 'afraid' to 'make a mistake' as the possible ending of her conservatorship draws near. The 39-year-old pop star penned a long-winded statement where she said 'there's a lot of things that scare me' relative to her possible freedom, said that she 'won't be posting as much,' on social media for fear of a misstep and even teased she would go off on her family if she ever did an interview. Sharing a photo of her Christmas tree already on display in her Thousand Oaks home she continued to add that she would be celebrating the holidays early as 'more joy in life is a good idea.' Finding joy: Britney Spears penned a long-winded statement with a photo of her Christmas tree already up where she spoke about being 'afraid to make a mistake' and her fears about life ahead of conservatorship's possible end  Stream of consciousness: The 39-year-old pop star covered a number of topics in a Friday Instagram post including her fears...
    Former Bachelor winner Cassie Randolph has broken her silence on her ex Colton Underwood, a week after he came out as gay on Good Morning America and publicly apologized to her for his behavior after they broke up. The former couple met on the reality show in 2018 and continued dating until April of 2020, but things took a tumultuous turn when Colton, 29, allegedly began 'stalking and harassing' Cassie, 25, sending unrelenting messages to both Cassie and her friends and family, and even placing a GPS tracker on her car — all of which led her to request a restraining order against him in September. Then, on April 14, Colton revealed that he is gay on GMA and spoke candidly about his struggles to come to terms with it, saying that he is 'sorry for how things ended' with Cassie' and that he 'made a lot of bad choices.' Now Cassie has briefly addressed Colton's interview in a new video on her YouTube channel, thanking her fans for being supportive but admitting she is now focusing on moving forward. Speaking:...
    Rosanna Arquette has warned that there are 'a lot more Harvey Weinsteins' in an interview to launch her new podcast.  The Bafta-winning actor and activist said that the Hollywood producer's conviction and 23-year jail sentence in March last year for decades of sexual assault was 'the tip of the iceberg' and that 'there are a lot of spiders in that web'.  The 61-year-old, who rose to fame in the 1980s and is known for her roles in Desperately Seeking Susan and Pulp Fiction, said that the perpetrators would be named 'in good time' but that she feared further damage to her career, even after the launch of the Me Too movement.   Many women spoke up about how the powerful producer, known for a string of Oscar-winning hits, allegedly 'ruined' the careers of the women who spoke out against him, including Arquette.   Actor and Me Too activist Rosanna Arquette, pictured at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, has warned in a new interview that there 'a lot more Harvey Weinsteins' Arquette gave the interview to launch...
    Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh drew comparisons between the leaders of the American Revolution and yesterday's siege at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. rebuking those 'calling for the end of violence'.  Limbaugh, 69, took aim at liberals who protested this summer, claiming they were anarchists using the Black Lives Matter movement as a 'guise'.  He continued, saying he forgave yesterday's group of rioters who were simply 'fed up.'while also forgiving yesterday's rioters as people who had simply 'gotten fed up.'  Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh took a dismissive tone to those calling for an end to violence after the ugly scenes of a mob insurrection at the Capitol
    Barack Obama says he misses the 'fascinating' work of the presidency - joking in an interview with Stephen Colbert that he'd have liked to have a 'stand-in' so he could carry out a third term.  In an interview to promote his new memoir, Obama said that 'puzzling out' the biggest political issues was 'professionally really satisfying' - while adding that he did not miss 'having to wear a tie every day'.  'If I could make an arrangement where I had a stand-in, a frontman or frontwoman, and they had an earpiece in and I was just in my basement in my sweats looking through the stuff, then I could sort of deliver the lines but somebody else was doing all the talking and ceremony, then I'd be fine with that because I found the work fascinating,' Obama said.  The pair also swiped at Donald Trump, with Colbert saying that the current president had shown that 'there's a whole bunch of stuff you don't actually have to do' and Obama responding: 'Who knew'? 
    VIDEO4:2704:27How social media is helping drive retail investors to stocks: BettermentETF Edge The rush of retail investors to the stock market has been a hot topic on Wall Street. Individual investors have increasingly taken advantage of trading platforms such as Robinhood during the Covid-19 crisis, with some of their top stock picks outperforming those of hedge fund managers. Some, like Astoria Portfolio Advisors' John Davi, ascribe the action to historically low interest rates driving buyers to find new sources of income. "The Fed has anchored interest rates near 0%, so, it's kind of forced people out [on] the risk curve," Davi, his firm's founder and chief investment officer, said Monday on CNBC's "ETF Edge." "I think that's ... a big catalyst to get a lot of people taking their money out of the bank and going into the stock market." But many retail traders have taken a liking to penny stocks and plays at risk of bankruptcy, suggesting they have higher risk appetites than they did in past economic slowdowns. One possible explanation for the phenomenon could be the rise...
    Homeland Patrol Division Security owner Steve Pansini explained Tuesday that he and his team were hired to protect homes and businesses inside Seattle's so-called "CHOP" zone because residents have felt vulnerable and left unprotected by their city's leadership. In an interview on "America's Newsroom" with host Ed Henry, Pansini said that residents called upon the private security company because they were scared for their livelihoods and their safety. RESIDENTS NEAR SEATTLE'S CHOP ASK WHAT TOOK CITY SO LONG TO MOVE TO BREAK UP PROTEST "I mean, they feel like they’re not protected by the law enforcement because of basically them having to get out of the autonomous zone. So, they looked for us – for that extra added protection," he stated. "And, you know, we can come in, we can bring that protection with a softer side. We’re about basically de-escalating the situations, trying to keep it calm, and make those homeowners feel like someone [is] there for them." While Seattle's political figureheads had seemingly denied the harsher realities of the situation -- including the absence of police presence and the city's now-abandoned East...
    Tapping home equity is typically done through a cash-out refinance or a HELOC. (Photo by Melanie Stetson Freeman/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images) More homeowners are considering tapping home equity, either out of need or as a hedge against potential need, amid the economic uncertainty that the coronavirus pandemic has caused for millions of U.S. households. For homeowners with equity to tap, there are two basic ways — a cash-out refinance or a Home Equity Line of Credit. Both earned a bad reputation leading up to the housing collapse and financial crisis a little over a decade ago, but both are good personal finance options for responsible borrowers. A cash-out refinance gets the borrower an up-front pile of cash, dependent on the amount of home equity the owner has and how much of it a lender will allow to increase the new mortgage amount. But taking that lump sum also means a larger mortgage payment. A HELOC is like a really big credit card that can serve as an emergency lifeline. “Sometimes the cash-out refi is the best option...
    A Chicago pastor told “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday that the violence and looting in the city in recent weeks “only destroys the things that we are striving so hard to advance in our community.” Pastor Corey Brooks of New Beginnings Church made the statement days after Chicago reportedly recorded 18 murders on May 31, the city’s deadliest day in 60 years. The grim milestone was reached on a day Chicago was roiled by another round of protests and looting following the Memorial Day death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis. The 18 deaths tallied by the University of Chicago Crime Lab made May 31, 2020, the single-most violent day in six decades, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday. The Crime Lab numbers go back only to 1961. On May 29 and May 30, there were seven murders. The 25 murders on those three days made for the most violent weekend in Chicago’s modern history, according to the paper. CHICAGO SEES ITS DEADLIEST DAY IN 60 YEARS WITH 18 MURDERS IN 24 HOURS: REPORT Video“We are experiencing some tough times right now,” Brooks said. “We just...
    While fans are eagerly awaiting a “Shahs of Sunset” reunion, new mom Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi couldn’t be happier that it’s delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s a blessing in disguise,” Gharachedaghi, 38, recently told Page Six. “This COVID-19 thing, in so many ways, it has been a blessing that it made us get this whole massive delay on a reunion because now I get to not be pregnant and I get to bring out the person in me that a lot of people are very familiar with, you know, because there has been a lot of — a lot of — behind the scenes s–t going on. And I’m just happy to not be pregnant so if we do have that reunion anytime soon, I can really serve it.” Gharachedaghi welcomed her son Elijah in April. Some of her costars, Destiney Rose and Reza Farahan, got to meet the baby in a socially distant “welcome home” celebration. When asked about what behind-the-scenes drama has been going on, the new mom teased, “Well, there’s been a lot. There’s a lot...
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