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    When James Cruickshank tested positive for Covid-19 this year, his girlfriend automatically assumed she was next. The 30 year-old fitness fanatic and his partner, Steph Grant, live together in a rented apartment in Sydney. But months later Ms Grant, 28, who admits she easily catches colds, is still Covid-free. Months after Steph Grant's partner James Cruickshank got Covid, Ms Grant who admits she easily catches colds, is still Covid-free Steph Grant, right, is far from alone in being baffled at why she's avoided much-feared virus 'I thought, if anyone is going to get it, it's for sure going to be me. But I didn't. It was super surprising,' she told SBS. Ms Grant is not alone in being baffled at why she's avoided the much-feared virus. For every story of someone who got sick with Covid-19, there seems to be a parallel tale of someone who expected to fall ill but didn't. Aside from how Covid-19 started in the first place, why some people don't seem to get sick from it has been one of the greatest mysteries of the...
    There are many things in life that are uncertain: Are we in the last wave of the pandemic, or will the variants lap the alphabet? Will all of your hard work pay off with a big promotion or are you busting your butt in vain? Does he love me or does he love me not? But one life condition that one would think holds no uncertainty whatsoever is whether or not you have been the victim of a kidnapping. It’s an unfortunate, often tragic situation that most of us thankfully have no experience with. But even without having endured a kidnapping, it seems like a pretty simple concept: someone takes you from somewhere against your will and refuses to allow you to exercise your freedom of movement. It’s hard to imagine you wouldn’t know it was happening. That is, unless you were Jimi Hendrix.
    MATCHING TATTOOS can be a great way for siblings to bond and offera reminder of how much the relationship means to each other. However, one woman has gone viral on TikTok after her and her sister decided to get matching tattoos that went horribly wrong. 3The woman had designed the tattoo for her and her sisterCredit: tiktok @redaces93 3She was left dissapointed by her tattoo and asked users how to fix it without laser removalCredit: tiktok @redaces93 The woman posted the video to her TikTok account, redaces93, where it has been viewed over 800k times. The 28-year-old revealed how she had designed matching tattoos for her and her sister which they went to get together. She said the experience went horribly wrong and that she was super p****d by the results. In the video, she explained that her sister's tattoo came out perfectly, and showed how the tattoo was supposed to look like. The tattoo, which is placed on the back of the neck features a moon, infinity symbol and intricate line detail with a lotus flower at the end....
    Too bad Disney Radio is off the air. Or not. A 1957 Ford Thunderbird originally owned by legendary Mouseketeer Annette Funicello has been put up for auction on the Bring a Trailer website and is the perfect retro ride for a cruise up the California coast with the top down and the radio on. Funicello was often photographed with the car over the years. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images) The convertible was the Hollywood star's first car when she was just 16 years old and served as her daily driver for the next decade. Several layers of different paint colors were discovered during the resoration. (Bring a Trailer) The current owner purchased it unaware of its celebrity provenance, until he began researching its history while putting it through a full restoration in 2004 and had it authenticated by the Funicello family, the Portland, Ore. dealer handling the auction told Fox News Autos. (Bring a Trailer) The two-seater was originally white, but Funicello later had it painted an eye-popping purple by famed customizer George Barris. ...
    Andrew Amelinckx/Insider When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Lack of Color's new collection includes a range of styles and colors, from boaters to bucket hats. The Indio Special, a fedora made from wheat straw, can complete any summer look. The hat is handsome, sturdy, and wide enough to block the sun from your face. Lack of Color The Indio Special $119.00 from ShopBop You've probably seen Lack of Color hats around — even if you didn't know it — on celebrities or in numerous Instagram posts. The name is from a Death Cab for Cutie song and is a bit of an inside joke from the founders, Australians Tess Corvaia and Robert Tilbury. (The first hats they released were extremely colorful.) "When we started LOC, we identified a huge gap in the market," they told Insider. "There weren't really any cool, affordable, fashionable hats—especially for a younger generation. We wanted to make hats fun, modern, and wearable again while encouraging a new wave of creative ideas." Their new unisex...
    A MUM has shared her heartbreak after discovering that her daughter had been left with brain damage after she contracted a common cold. Alicia Bell, 23, was baffled as to why her little girl was developing more slowly - only to learn that she had been unknowingly carrying a virus while pregnant. 4A mum was left heartbroken to discover that her common cold had left her daughter with brain damageCredit: Supplied Along with her partner Jake, the new mum was told at 28 weeks by a midwife that their baby seemed to be growing at a slower pace. Their daughter, Scarlett, arrived at 38 weeks by caesarean section, weighing 4lb 11oz, with a mysterious rash and the ability to hear in only one ear. Then, during the next few months, her parents became increasingly worried that something wasn't right. Speaking to The Mirror, Alicia - who works as a buyer - said: "I’d been saying for ages something wasn’t right. She wasn’t sitting up and couldn’t play like the other babies could. 4Alicia was worried that Scarlett was developing...
    Tiger Woods told police he didn't even remember driving before he crashed Tiger Woods told police he didn't even remember driving before he crashed, it has been revealed, amid growing questions over the golfer's condition before the accident last week which smashed his leg and suspicion over whether or not he was asleep at the wheel.  Woods told police immediately after the crash that he didn't remember the accident but it has since emerged in police reports that he also told them he did not remember driving in the moments beforehand.  He had been driving for 12 minutes before he flipped his car on a road in Rancho Palos Verdes on February 23 while on his way to a golf course to film a show with NFL stars.  Police did not obtain a warrant to take his blood and test it for alcohol or drugs, claiming he was completely lucid and alert when they found him so there was no probable cause for it, but they did get one for the black box inside the Genesis SUV he was...
    After discontinuing the national anthem at home games, only to have the NBA reinstate its longstanding policy requiring teams to stand for The Star-Spangled Banner, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is now insisting he 'didn't cancel' the song and never actually changed any team policy. 'We didn't make any decision to never play the national anthem then -- that wasn't the case at all,' Cuban told ESPN's 'The Jump' on Wednesday amid a growing controversy over his initial decision to stop playing the anthem before games. 'We didn't cancel the national anthem,' he continued. 'We still had our flag flying proud up on the wall at the American Airlines Center and everybody had the opportunity to address it and pray to it or salute to it or whatever their feelings are. 'There was never any final decision that was made that we would not play the anthem.' Cuban's decision went unnoticed for the first 10 regular season home games because fans had not been allowed to attend due to coronavirus restrictions. But after a limited number of spectators attended Monday's...
    Even without Prime Day, Amazon had a blockbuster quarter. Its net income nearly tripled from this time last year, as retail store closures and coronavirus restrictions encouraged people to spend big online. In its earnings report today, Amazon said it made $6.33 billion in net income, up from $2.13 billion during the same quarter a year earlier. Amazon’s Prime Day — which has previously been held in July — was delayed until October, so it didn’t give a boost to this quarter’s results. The corporate holiday / sales event offers days of discounts, helping to drive purchases during an otherwise slower season. Even without it happening this summer, Amazon’s net sales reached $96.1 billion for its third quarter, up from $70.0 billion the same quarter a year earlier. Bezos says customers are already shopping for holiday gifts The pandemic seemed to give Amazon a similarly large boost last quarter. Between April and June, Amazon’s net income doubled year over year to $5.2 billion. That was despite Amazon spending more than $4 billion on costs related to coronavirus safety during...
    Trumps Hollywood star vandalized with a pickaxe hours after he tests positive for COVID-19 NHL teams best draft picks of the past 30 years Barack and Michelle Obamas Love Story Isnt What You Thought It Was—Its Even Better If behind every great man there's an even greater woman, what sort of superlative should be reserved for Michelle Obama? © Provided by E! Mark Wilson/Getty Images Well, the former first lady might implore you to turn it down a notch, for starters. While on her cross-country book tour in support of her best-selling memoir, Becoming—they had to add 2019 dates due by popular demand, naturally—Michelle made it clear that she and her husband, former President Barack Obama, are at the end of the day only a couple of human beings doing the best they can. Which may have come as a shock to the millions who've put them on a pedestal, not just individually but as a unit, as the end-all and be-all of what marriage should look like. Or at least as one of the most admired couples to...
    I (not pictured) tried to stop drinking soda for 30 days. iStock I don't drink soda every day but I recently found myself craving it often so I decided to give it up for a month. Giving up soda was hard at first, especially when I was trying to order my go-to cocktails. By the end of the month, I found I had stopped craving soda.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Growing up, I always treated soda like an occasional treat that was to be enjoyed with particular foods, like greasy pizza and buttery popcorn. Soda was always accessible to me — my mother never banned it from the house or told me not to drink it. As I got older I just began pairing soda with most junk foods, similar to how I would pair red wine with most pasta dishes. I didn't drink soda every single day, but I never really restrained myself whenever I was craving a soda.  But for the past year or so, I've felt an unshakable desire to drink soda...
    Georgia mayor orders residents to wear masks in public Nearly 60,000 pounds of chicken nuggets recalled due to possible rubber contamination Even Gossip Girl stars Penn Badgley and Chace Crawford agree that the shows big reveal makes no sense: It didnt really line up © Provided by INSIDER Penn Badgley and Chace Crawford starred as Dan and Nate on "Gossip Girl." The CW "Gossip Girl" stars Penn Badgley and Chace Crawford spoke about the show's big reveal about the mysterious blogger during a new interview for Variety's "Actors on Actors" series.  "At the end of 'Gossip Girl' the show, whatever your reaction is on whether it was smart to do that or not, that he's Gossip Girl — it didn't really line up with the character of Dan," Crawford said. Badgley agreed and has previously spoken about why the plot twist doesn't make sense.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Gossip Girl" stars Penn Badgley (Dan Humphrey) and Chace Crawford (Nate Archibald) agree that the show's big reveal about the identity of the elusive blogger makes no...
    Penn Badgley and Chace Crawford starred as Dan and Nate on "Gossip Girl." The CW "Gossip Girl" stars Penn Badgley and Chace Crawford spoke about the show's big reveal about the mysterious blogger during a new interview for Variety's "Actors on Actors" series.  "At the end of 'Gossip Girl' the show, whatever your reaction is on whether it was smart to do that or not, that he's Gossip Girl — it didn't really line up with the character of Dan," Crawford said. Badgley agreed and has previously spoken about why the plot twist doesn't make sense.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Gossip Girl" stars Penn Badgley (Dan Humphrey) and Chace Crawford (Nate Archibald) agree that the show's big reveal about the identity of the elusive blogger makes no sense.  "At the end of 'Gossip Girl' the show, whatever your reaction is on whether it was smart to do that or not, that he's Gossip Girl — it didn't really line up with the character of Dan. Right?" Crawford said during a conversation with Badgley for Variety's...
    It seems as if it happened ages ago, but you may recall that at the beginning of the year the United States came very close to going to war with Iran. There had been a number of skirmishes over the previous months and Iran’s proxies had been lobbing rocket attacks at bases in Iraq, none of which was particularly unusual. But after an American contractor named Nawres Waleed Hamid was killed in one of those attacks, the Trump administration decided to retaliate by assassinating Iran’s most illustrious military leader, Gen. Qassem Soleimani. It was an extreme provocation and only the surprising forbearance of the Iranian leadership prevented the region from being plunged into war. After some very tense days in both countries, the crisis passed and we immediately turned our attention to President Trump’s impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate. At the time, Trump was reported to have been so upset by the death of this American contractor that he simply couldn’t let it pass, so he almost launched a major new war in the Middle East. It’s interesting, then, that the New York Times reported this past weekend that Trump...
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