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    A WOMAN has turned to the internet to vent about her mother-in-law, who she claimed completely ruined her gender reveal party. She said her mother-in-law was so upset she asked her own mom to help with the reveal instead of her that she threw a temper tantrum in front of everyone present. 3A woman claimed her mother-in-law made her gender reveal party all about herselfCredit: TikTok 3She said her mother-in-law threw a fit because she wasn't involved in the reveal at allCredit: TikTok The woman, who has seemingly dedicated her whole TikTok page to document the ups and downs with her mother-in-law, noted that around the time of her gender reveal party, she and her husband visited his mother about once a week. She added that while her relationship with her own mother is “decent,” they don’t get to see each other as often because she has an “extremely busy” schedule.  Jumping to the actual gender reveal party, the woman explained that she and her husband “collectively decided” to allow her mom to open the gender reveal envelope and subsequently...
    Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images. The Texas House Democrats who presented a united front in Washington last month when they left town together — in order to block the passage of Republican-backed voting bills — are now fractured. According to the Texas Tribune, at least four Democrats returned to the statehouse on Monday — leaving the House just five members shy of a quorum, which would allow legislation to be advanced. The Democrats who are continuing to hold out are irate at those who went back. “You all threw us under the bus today!” Texas Rep. Ana-Maria Ramos tweeted at her four returning colleagues. “Why?” ⁦@jamestalarico⁩ ⁦@RepMaryGonzalez⁩ ⁦@moodyforelpaso⁩ you all threw us under the bus today! Why? pic.twitter.com/yD6ODZKFcP — Representative Ana-Maria Ramos (@Ramos4Texas) August 9, 2021 Ramos zeroed in on one of her Democratic colleagues — State Rep. James Talerico — in a subsequent tweet. “Today @jamestalarico was one of those Texas Dems who showed up at the Capitol to help Republicans pass anti-voter bills,” Ramos wrote. “@jamestalarico was in DC 2 days ago with Dems and showed up...
    The fan who threw and hit Boston Red Sox player Alex Verdugo in the back Saturday night received swift and forceful punishment from the MLB. The MLB had a pretty rough Saturday night. First, there was a shooting outside of Nationals Park during the Washington Nationals vs. San Diego Padres game, where multiple people were shot. Then, at Yankee Stadium, not only were there torrential downpours, but a fan made a silly decision that ended up costing him big time. In the sixth inning, the supposed “fan” threw a baseball at Red Sox outfielder Alex Verdugo, hitting him in the back. Verdugo exchanged words with the assailant, and Boston manager Alex Cora pulled his team off the field until things cooled down. “While the Yankees appreciate the spirit and passion of our fans in our various rivalries — especially with the Red Sox – reckless, disorderly and dangerous behavior that puts the safety of players, field staff or fellow fans in jeopardy will not be tolerated,” the Yankees said in a statement, per NJ.com. “There is absolutely no place for...
    The Chicago Cubs threw a no-hitter against the Dodgers and no one saw it. Fans all over Chicago will be waking up on Friday morning to some really good news. The Cubs threw a combined no-hitter against 2020’s World Series champs, the Los Angeles Dodgers. The 4-0 shutout marks a great start for the Cubbies as they head into the series with the Dodgers. This marks the second time the team has no-hit in Los Angeles in the past six years. On the mound for the Cubs was Ryan Tepera (6.0 IP, 5BB, 4Ks) who had relief from his bullpen in the following: Ryan Tepera (1.0 IP, 1BB), Andrew Chafin (1.0 IP, 1BB) and Craig Kimbrel (1.0 IP, 1BB, 3K). On Aug. 30, 2015, Jake Arrieta did the same. Though most of Chicago was sleeping, the game ended well past midnight Eastern Time, there were some die-hards still awake and tweeting their excitement. Though, some of these tweets might just be from Dodgers haters.The Cubs no-hit the 2020 World Series champsSeeing the Cubs do something good at the expense of the Dodgers pic.twitter.com/tnRrx1EmQF...
    The Teamsters have a new mission: Unionize Amazon workers ‘Meme’ investing…is a totally nihilistic parody of actual investing,’ says Gratham who called 3 stock market bubbles Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams is one of the league’s premier standouts at his position. One of the reasons why he has enjoyed such immense success is because he has had the opportunity to work with three-time league MVP Aaron Rodgers. © Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin via Imagn Content Services, LLC Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams © Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin via Imagn Content Services, LLC Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams Recently, Rodgers demanded a trade, leaving Adams in something of a tricky situation. Rather than having someone of Rodgers’ magnitude throwing him passes going forward, there’s a very good chance it will be the team’s 2020 first-round pick Jordan Love. This past week Adams spoke to Paulina Dedaj of Fox News and got very honest about where things stand between him and Love. “…I like what I see from him so far,” he said. “He’s shown...
    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezOcasio-Cortez hits Biden for taking 'the side of occupation' in Mideast violence Yang: Those who thought tweet in support of Israel was 'overly simplistic' are correct McConnell hits Democratic critics of Israel MORE (D-N.Y.) took a swipe at Rep. Marjorie Taylor GreeneMarjorie Taylor GreeneRep. Marjorie Taylor Greene says she's meeting with Trump 'soon' in Florida QAnon site shutters after reports identifying developer Republicans head to runoff in GA-14 MORE (R-Ga.) on Thursday, likening her to the “kinds of people that I threw out of bars” after the Georgia Republican aggressively confronted her outside the House chamber the day before. "I used to work as a bartender. These are the kinds of people that I threw out of bars all the time,” Ocasio-Cortez told reporters on Capitol Hill. “For me, this isn't even about how I feel. It's that I refuse to allow young women, people of color, people who are standing up for what they believe, to see this kind of intimidation attempts by a person who supports white supremacists in our nation’s Capitol,” she continued. Greene...
    Walgreens and CVS have wasted more doses of COVID-19 vaccines than most U.S. state vaccination programs combined, a Kaiser Health News report finds.  Together, the pair of pharmacies had thrown out more than 128,000 doses - more than half of the total wasted vaccines doses in the U.S. - as of March, according to a Kaiser Health News investigation.  But perhaps more concerning, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) does not even have data on wasted doses from 15 states, meaning the agency could be blind to where precious vaccine is getting tossed out.  More than 30 states shared data on how much vaccine they knew had been wasted in their rollout efforts with KHN, revealing that at least 182,675 more doses had been tossed out, without the CDC's knowledge.  CVS and Walgreens had thrown out a collective 128,000 of the 182,000 total Covid vaccine doses wasted in the U.S. as of March 29, a Kaiser Health News report found. That's 14-times more than the greatest number wasted by a state - Texas, with 9,200 wasted doses ...
    It sure seems like the Minnesota Vikings just opened the door to kick Kirk Cousins out in 2022. Minnesota Vikings fans have been on a long strange quarterback journey that never seems to find resolution. Things get interesting after that, however. Minnesota can trade Cousins in 2022 and only have $10 million in dead space and save $35 million. If a move is going to happen it won’t happen until next offseason at the earliest but that’s only if we’re accounting for the financial aspect of this. As good as he was at Texas A&M, Mond is a raw prospect and has a lot of work to do. He has the tools that if they get fully developed could help him challenge Justin Fields as the best quarterback in the NFC North (after Aaron Rodgers leaves, of course). Mond has the ability toe create and extend plays with his legs, and can fire absolute laser beam throws deep downfield, both things being big improvements over Cousins. But Mond has flaws, like how he threw a ton of interceptions at Mississippi...
    Spit Out the Artificial Gunk and Try These All-Natural Toothpastes Instead What is Phi Slama Jama? Remembering Houstons high-flying 1980s teams, legendary players They almost got away with it. Beyoncé Honors a Young Fan Who Died of Brain Cancer With a Special Song E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next DMX Hospitalized: Missy Elliott, Rick Ross & More Send Their Support E! Online Britney Spears Speaks Out About Rumors She Doesn’t Write Her IG Captions US Weekly Courtney B. Vance Talks Taking on His ‘Genius: Aretha’ Role and Singing on the Show Entertainment Weekly ‘The Voice: New Coach Ariana Grande Reportedly Making Over $20 Million for One Season ETonline Tommy Miles Talks About Why Houston is the Perfect Location for Ready to Love People Charlotte Lawrence "You" CBS Entertainment The Strokes Full Backstage Interview - Grammys 2021 Variety Trixie Mattel Confused Iggy Azalea for a Drag Queen E! Online Demi Lovato Recreates Her Hospitalization...
    US vaccinations picking up pace Slow justice for women abused by Chiles dictatorship Russell Wilson trade rumors are at an all-time high right now. Recent reports suggest that the Seattle Seahawks are in fact discussing deals with multiple teams around the NFL. © Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Meanwhile, Wilson’s agent has gone to Seattle with teams he would waive his no-trade clause in order to be moved. That list shockingly includes Jon Gruden and the Las Vegas Raiders. It’s somewhat surprising. Of the other three teams, both the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints make sense. However, Las Vegas joins the Chicago Bears as two non-contending squads that could get involved. Below, I look at why the Raiders should go all in with a Russell Wilson trade.What would a Russell Wilson trade cost the Raiders?Any move for Wilson would include the Raiders trading away franchise quarterback Derek Carr. It was something bandied about earlier in the offseason before NFL rumors concluded that Las Vegas was looking to deal away backup Marcus Mariota rather than Carr. What we do know...
    Dems to unveil up to $3,600 child tax credit as part of stimulus bill Scientists are testing a mind-blowing time theory in a nuclear reactor Patrick Mahomes threw the greatest incompletion of all time in Super Bowl LV © Getty Images Super Bowl 55 hasn’t been kind to Patrick Mahomes through three quarters. The Buccaneers defensive line has put the heat on him all day, his receivers kept dropping the football, and his defense was unable to stop a nosebleed let alone a Tom Brady-led offense. However, the still-reigning Super Bowl MVP is not going down without a fight. This became obvious in the early fourth quarter with the Chiefs facing a 3rd-and-9 in the Tampa Bay red zone: ISSO SERIA SURREAL. #SuperBowl #NFLBrasil pic.twitter.com/nAEhyz7vHt— NFL Brasil (@NFLBrasil) February 8, 2021 The play is peak Mahomes, and a perfect example of both his Super Bowl experience and the skillset that makes him the most dynamic player in football right now: he backpedals numerous times, resets his feat, moves again, almost gets sacked for a huge loss, and still gets...
    Michael Chertoff, who served as Secretary of Homeland Security under the George W. Bush administration, knocked President Donald Trump on CNN Friday for acting “astonished” at the fire he started. Chertoff told Brianna Keilar the Capitol Police were “woefully unprepared” and that while individual officers acted commendably, “in terms of having the accurate resources as well as the kind of fencing and barriers you would normally want to have, they didn’t have that erected.” Keilar brought up a disturbing new detail in a report about the timeline surrounding the pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol and Vice President Mike Pence being evacuated. “It’s pretty obvious now we were dealing with an insurrection. There were people involved who had seditious intent. They wanted to overthrow the government process. They potentially wanted to kidnap and hold hostages or even kill lawmakers, and that was evident when I saw the individual with the zip ties,” Chertoff said. “We came very close to what would have been a lot of mayhem and death on the floor of the Congress.” When Keilar asked whether the president...
    Aaron Rodgers seems set to win the NFL MVP award after the All-Pro teams were announced Friday. The AP announced its 2020 NFL All-Pro teams Friday and a lot of the attention was focused on the first-team choice at quarterback. Aaron Rodgers ended up taking home the honors, while Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen tied for second-team. Those three right there are the favorites for the NFL MVP award, with Derrick Henry also in the mix. But now that Rodgers got the nod at the quarterback spot, he stands as the clear favorite to be named MVP for the 2020 season.Rodgers was already the frontrunnerRodgers absolutely dominated in 2020. He threw 48 touchdowns, while Mahomes finished with 38. And even though the Kansas City signal-caller only threw six interceptions, Rodgers still bested him by only tossing five. The Green Bay legend also led all quarterbacks in quarterback rating and completion percentage. All-Pro is usually the best gauge of how players are viewed by award voters. The best of the best are honored and while snubs do happen, Rodgers was the...
    Ryan Leaf reminded fans of a terrible performance he once had when it was brought up Sunday during the Broncos game.  The Denver Broncos stood no chance Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. Practice squad receiver Kendall Hinton lined up at quarterback and ended the game with one single completion and two interceptions. Such a final outcome is incredibly rare and the broadcast mentioned the last time it happened. However, the graphic left out the fact it was Ryan Leaf who made the infamous history. He stepped up to take accountability for his all-time terrible game back in 1998. I appreciate @NFLonFOX not using my name with this wonderful NFL Fun Fact…but, I live a life of full transparency now and the @Chargers shouldn’t have to take the brunt of this. Another fun fact, I completed my first pass of this game!! #FunFacts #LTFU pic.twitter.com/iBj1o74dhP — Ryan D Leaf (@RyanDLeaf) November 30, 2020 Ryan Leaf brings up some sad historyThe volatile career of Ryan Leaf has been well-documented and it appears he has turned his life around in recent years....
    Lockdowns coming again: Latest in your state National forests will let you cut your own Christmas tree Mike Tyson smoked a joint before the Roy Jones Jr. exhibition, threw 193 punches in 16 minutes, and said hed do it all again © Provided by INSIDER Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. earned a draw in their eight-round exhibition. Photos by Joe Scarnici / Triller Mike Tyson threw 193 punches during his eight-round, 16-minute boxing exhibition with fellow all-time great Roy Jones Jr. on Saturday. But before he even got in the ring at the behind-closed-doors Staples Center venue in Los Angeles, Tyson said he'd been smoking marijuana. "Sorry, I'm a smoker," Tyson said after the exhibition. "It has no effect on me from a negative standpoint. It's just what I do, who I am." Tyson told reporters at the post-event press conference that he'll celebrate with his wife and children, wake up tomorrow morning and exercise. He said this is now his lifestyle, he'll take part in more exhibitions, and vowed to never be "fat, cokehead Mike" again....
    Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. earned a draw in their eight-round exhibition. Photos by Joe Scarnici / Triller Mike Tyson threw 193 punches during his eight-round, 16-minute boxing exhibition with fellow all-time great Roy Jones Jr. on Saturday. But before he even got in the ring at the behind-closed-doors Staples Center venue in Los Angeles, Tyson said he'd been smoking marijuana. "Sorry, I'm a smoker," Tyson said after the exhibition. "It has no effect on me from a negative standpoint. It's just what I do, who I am." Tyson told reporters at the post-event press conference that he'll celebrate with his wife and children, wake up tomorrow morning and exercise. He said this is now his lifestyle, he'll take part in more exhibitions, and vowed to never be "fat, cokehead Mike" again. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Mike Tyson smoked a joint before his exhibition with Roy Jones Jr, then threw 193 punches in 16 minutes, and said he'd take part in similar events again. The former heavyweight boxing champion then turned up to the...
    Attorneys have alleged that the Fraternal Order of Police used a photo of a black toddler and a Philadelphia police officer as 'propaganda,' blasting authorities' claims that they rescued the 'lost' child during chaotic protests as a 'total fabrication.'  In fact, attorneys said that officers actually ripped the young boy from an SUV after smashing all of the vehicle's windows and injuring his mother in an aggressive arrest. She was later released without charges and the Philadelphia Police Department's internal affairs unit launched an investigation into the concerning ordeal.  'She wasn’t out looting or out doing anything,' Attorney Kevin Mincey told The Washington Post. 'She wasn’t even charged with a crime.' The Fraternal Order of Police, the country's largest law enforcement union, shared the now-deleted photo to its social media pages on Thursday.  Scroll down for video  The Fraternal Order of Police shared this photo its social media pages on Thursday, but deleted it after the child's mother and lawyers claimed the premise was fabricated  It showed a female Philadelphia officer holding a small two-year-old boy as he clung...
    Trumps doctors say he could go home Monday. Other COVID-19 physicians say that seems early National Taco Day 2020: Get free tacos Sunday at Taco Bell, Del Taco and more deals. Plus, 7-Eleven has free pizza. NFL fans all made the same joke after Tom Brady threw another pick-six Get ready for everyone to scrutinize what Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians has to say about quarterback Tom Brady after Week 4. The veteran QB threw another pick-six against the Los Angeles Chargers — his fourth pick-six in the last six games, dating to last season and his final games with the Patriots. © Provided by For The Win Brady fired (lobbed?) a ball in the direction of receiver Scotty Miller near the sideline on an out-route, but Chargers cornerback Michael Davis jumped the pass for an easy interception and a return for a touchdown. It was eerily similar to another pick-six Brady threw earlier this season — New Orleans Saints cornerback Janoris Jenkins intercepted Brady for a touchdown in Week 1. Michael Davis takes it the other...
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