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    SUPER flyweight boxer Jan Salvatierra was sent through the ropes following a brutal knockout from John Ramirez on Saturday. Ramirez made his move halfway through the first round, landing a powerful right hand hit. 2Ramirez sent Salvatierra through the ropesCredit: Twitter.com / @GoldenBoyBoxing 2The cameraman did an outstanding job to protect the fighterCredit: Twitter.com / @GoldenBoyBoxing ???? KNOCKOUT OF THE YEAR by @scrappyboxin#ZurdoBoesel | on @DAZNboxing pic.twitter.com/N7nwVsq32t— Golden Boy (@GoldenBoyBoxing) May 15, 2022 The punch forced his opponent backwards and sent him hurtling through the ropes. Luckily, a ringside photographer was in the right place at the right time and acted quickly to prevent the boxer from sustaining a serious injury by cradling his neck. Against all odds, Salvatierra was able to get back up and climb back into the ring before the count was over. But the referee called time on the fight regardless. Read More on BoxingEVAN HELP HIM Watch boxing icon Holyfield's son get brutally knocked out by an ELECTRICIAN Gobsmacked fans took to Twitter to react to the incident, with one saying: "They threw him back...
    The emergency alert sent out Saturday morning startled many in Los Angeles County when it hit their smart phones with a loud alarm and vibration. “Chevy Chase Canyon residents safely evacuate your home and proceed to evacuation site located at Glendale Community College Parking Lot B.” It’s unclear how many got the alert, but it was received by people as far away as Long Beach and West Covina. But it turned out there was no emergency. The alert was sent out in error as part of a preplanned safety drill. A few minutes later, Glendale sent out a follow up: “Disregard safety alert for Chevy Chase Canyon. Training exercise only.” Glendale officials followed up on Twitter to say the exercise was over. “There was an error in the tech used to send out this mornings message. We are working to remedy this issue. Updates to follow,” the city said. Other agencies reached out to alarmed residents via Twitter: “If you received this text alert, be advised this was only A DRILL. No action required,” Pasadena said on Twitter. Emergency alerts...
    Milwaukee police are investigating a reported shooting outside the Fiserv Forum after the Milwaukee Bucks 108-95 loss to the Boston Celtics. Early reports indicate that two people have been injured in the shooting which caused hundreds of fans to flee the area. #BREAKING: People are being evacuated after reported shoots at Bucks game Hundreds of terrified #Bucks fans running from Deer District game in Milwaukee after reports of multiple #shots fired two people have been shot 1 person has been arrested.#Milwaukee #Wisconsin #Shooting pic.twitter.com/gR6c2TejJb — Chaudhary Parvez (@ChaudharyParvez) May 14, 2022 Scene at W. Highland and MLK. Police tell us two shot and one in custody. This happened right as Bucks/Celts was wrapping up. The shooting sent many people running from the Deer District. Police are pushing folks back atm. Scene expanding. @tmj4 pic.twitter.com/avtp737cXg — Bruce Harrison (@BruceHarrisonTV) May 14, 2022 Here’s what the Milwaukee district looks like right now. Couple of stragglers leaving bars and lots of #trash. A #violent and sad ending to the night right outside a space this community.#Bucks #shots #Milwaukee #Wisconsin #Shooting pic.twitter.com/9gf8o0qeZY — Chaudhary...
    Tom Brady posted a cryptic tweet on Sunday mentioning other NFL stars and now fans are trying to guess what it means.  Whenever Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady fires up something on Twitter, it’s going to have people talking. Brady knows this, as the man has quite the following. That’s why it’s easy to understand why NFL fans are going wild trying to figure out what Brady is trying to say with his latest post. On Sunday, the seven-time Super Bowl winner tweeted the eyes emoji and he tagged Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. What in the world does this mean? ???? @AaronRodgers12 @JoshAllenQB @PatrickMahomes — Tom Brady (@TomBrady) April 17, 2022 Tom Brady’s latest tweet has people guessing what he’s saying There’s loads of theories out there with people trying to figure out exactly what Brady has on his mind. Is he sending a statement to these other top signal-callers to let them know he means business heading into the 2022 campaign? No one knows. Brady announced his retirement after the 2021 season, but that lasted...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Tesla CEO Elon Musk won't be joining Twitter's board of directors as previously announced. The tempestuous billionaire remains Twitter's largest shareholder.Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal tweeted the news, which followed a weekend of Musk tweets suggesting possible changes to Twitter, including making the site ad-free. Nearly 90% of Twitter's 2021 revenue came from ads."Elon's appointment to the board was to become officially effective on 4/9, but Elon shared that same morning that he would not be joining the board," Agrawal wrote in a reposted note originally sent to Tesla employees. "I believe this is for the best." Elon has decided not to join our board. I sent a brief note to the company, sharing with you all here. pic.twitter.com/lfrXACavvk— Parag Agrawal (@paraga) April 11, 2022Agrawal didn't offer an explanation for Musk's apparent decision, although he dropped one major hint. The Twitter board "believed having Elon as a fiduciary of the company, where he, like all board members, has to act in the best interests of the company and all our shareholders, was the best path forward," he wrote.
    Elon Musk will hold a town hall with Twitter staffers fearful his purchase of nine per cent of the firm's stock could spell and end to their ultra-woke ways. Musk has agreed to sit down for a question and answer session with staff at the San Francisco-based firm after snapping up 9.2 per cent company on April 4 for $3.7 billion, making him its largest shareholder. Many have spent the week moaning about Musk and accused him of being a transphobe over a 2020 tweet mocking pronouns, as well as a bully.   Announcing the 'ask me anything' session in an email sent Thursday, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal wrote: 'We say that Twitter is what’s happening and what people are talking about right now. Often, we [at] Twitter are what’s happening and what people are talking about. That has certainly been the case this week. 'Following our board announcement, many of you have had different types of questions about Elon Musk, and I want to welcome you to ask those questions to him.'  It is unclear when the session will take...
    WE'VE all sent messages we regret. It's normally ok when when you message your friend a typo in the group chat. 2The embarrassing message was sent to all her co-workersCredit: Twitter/@MerrimanEileen This woman on twitter took making a typo to a whole new level with this massive blunder. the upbeat message read: "I'm good - Covid PCR neg and not much so at work. "Have sh*t myself in your office Anna (hope that's okay). So if you want to use the office Henry then all good." Posting the fail on Twitter, Eileen joked that she sent a small typo to her colleagues. Read more on social media failsTOTAL LOCKDOWN Must-know WhatsApp hack instantly improves your favourite texting app It was clear that everyone related to the awkward message, her tweet racked up 67.5k likes and 2.6k retweets. She probably meant to write 'shut' but the small typo fit into the message so perfectly that her co-workers were probably...
    Former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt tried and failed to dunk on New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman on Twitter Wednesday night. He shared private messages showing he messaged her eight times after she made it clear she did not wish to talk. Dean Baquet, the executive editor of the New York Times, told Mediaite, “This is harassment and it is unacceptable.” Schmidt shared four pages of emails on Twitter he had with Haberman, whose former beat was Donald Trump. It isn’t clear what triggered Schmidt. He stated in a thread he was out to expose the “rot” of access journalism. He shared grievances regarding reporting about his former employer, The Lincoln Project. Particularly, he claimed to have had no knowledge Lincoln Project co-founder John Weaver was sending unwanted messages to 21 young men before he stepped down. The New York Times broke numerous stories about Weaver and The Lincoln Project, which could explain Schmidt’s ire. But the gist of his private exchanges with Haberman centered on long-dead Times reporter Walter Duranty. Duranty reported for the Times for several decades during the...
    AN ARGENTINE footballer was incredibly sent off for falling on an opponent's leg - after being smashed in the face by the ball. Juan Pablo Krilanovich was in action for Lanus reserves in Argentina against Banfield. 6A bizarre incident took place in the Argentine reserves leagueCredit: Twitter @ESPNFutbolArg 6Lanus ace Juan Pablo Krilanovich was whacked in the face by the ballCredit: Twitter @ESPNFutbolArg 6He landed awkwardly on Banfield defender Lautaro CardozoCredit: Twitter @ESPNFutbolArg 6Cardozo got his leg trapped under his opponent's bodyCredit: Twitter @ESPNFutbolArg 6Referee Martin Morenza sent the winger off in stunning scenesCredit: Twitter @ESPNFutbolArg 6Cardozo was wheeled off the pitch on a stretcherCredit: Twitter @ESPNFutbolArg The 19-year-old winger pressed Banfield centre-back Lautaro Cardozo. But as the backtracking Cardozo tried to clear his lines on the edge of his area, he inadvertently whacked the ball straight into Krilanovich's face. The No11, understandably, collapsed to the ground in pain. But as he fell, he accidentally landed on Cardozo's right leg, trapping it under his body. LATEST CHELTENHAM OFFERSCHELTENHAM FESTIVAL St Patrick's Day a huge hit but attention turns...
    Getty Matthew Stafford holds up a cigar during the Rams' victory parade on Wednesday, February 16. One year ago, drunk Tom Brady stole the hearts and imagination of America following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ boat-themed Super Bowl party. One year ago today, news broke that Tom Brady would sign with the Bucs. He has since entered the wrong ????, forgotten 4th down, won his seventh ????, thrown the Lombardi off a ????, gotten obliterated by ???? tequila and given out his????number. We are all witnesses to this man’s undoing. pic.twitter.com/oeMQEwCj5V — JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) March 17, 2021 This time, Brady was watching the Los Angeles Rams — the team that ended his season and wound up being the last team that the seven-time Super Bowl winner played against — have their celebration moment. Many who watched the Rams’ victory parade on Wednesday, February 16 near the USC campus wondered if there would be a repeat of last year’s Bucs boat party…pinpointing on whether or not Matthew Stafford would become this year’s Brady as the drunken hero. ...
    BACHELOR "villian" Shanae Ankney is clapping back at haters who want her sent home. In a new Instagram post, the 29-year-old looks seductively at the camera, wearing a white workout top and matching white short shorts. 5Shanae Ankey called herself 'wife material' onlineCredit: Instagram/@shanae.a 5She is vying for the heart of bachelor Clayton EchardCredit: Getty She added the caption: "I think I look good in all white." She also added the hashtags "thebachelor," "bachelornation" and most optimistically, "wifematerial." Shanae has been labeled this seasons "villain" by fans, after several run-ins with the other ladies, and even mocking Elizabeth Corrigan's ADHD diagnosis. In week three, Elizabeth was sent home by bachelor Clayton Echard, while Shanae remained. CLAYTON APOLOGIZES Following the actual airing of the episode, Clayton took to his Twitter on February 1 to apologize to Elizabeth for the events that took place in the Bachelor mansion. "I'm sorry, Elizabeth, for what you're going through. I wish I could've seen what was happening when I wasn't there," he wrote. Most read in The US SunMASON'S NIGHT OUT Kourtney's son Mason, 12, looks...
    BACHELOR fans think there is something fishy about a recent episode. And now they want to make star Clayton Echard pay - literally. During the episode, season villain Shanae Ankney accused fellow competitor Elizabeth Corrigan of being a bully, and rallying the other ladies against her. 5Bachelor Clayton EchardCredit: Getty 5Angry fans demanded their money backCredit: Instagram/@claytonechard Shanae was set off after Elizabeth and the others passed on Shanae's offer of shrimp during a cocktail party. And thus, "Shrimp Gate" was born. It seems viewers at home were not amused by the crazy controversy, as many blamed the Bachelor contestant, and started flooding Clayton's actual Venmo account demanding money back for their lost brain cells. The requests ranged from as low as $1 to $50 and beyond. And those that demanded their money back cheekily explained why in comments. One person asked for a dollar for: "The trauma of shrimp gate." Most read in The US SunGABBY BOMBSHELL Why Gabby murder case isn't closed as evidence could blow probe openOH CRAP! Khloe's ex Lamar Odom 'poops...
    By Lisa Respers France | CNN Dionne Warwick has been a legend in the music industry for years, and she continues to cement her legendary status on Twitter. The singer has come to be known for her wonderfully direct tweets. Now she’s now found herself in a bit of a battle with Oreo, and it’s kind of delicious. Warwick invited companies to interact with her on Twitter back in October. After Oreo responded, she tweeted at them “Hello, What is your weirdest flavor? Why are y’all doing the most? The one flavor was fine.” Warwick has since updated her more than 588,000 Twitter followers on how that went, sharing a photo of Oreo lip balm and a package of Java Chip Oreo cookies on Wednesday. After asking @Oreo to stick to the original flavor, they sent me these outrageous items as a response. ???? pic.twitter.com/ZMJ03g3J5k — Dionne Warwick (@dionnewarwick) December 29, 2021 “After asking @Oreo to stick to the original flavor, they sent me these outrageous items as a response,” the tweet read. It sounds like Warwick viewed it...
    A HUGE blaze has been reported at an ExxonMobil oil refinery in Texas - moments after a "large boom" shook homes.  Social media users in Baytown said they heard an "explosion" at around 1am local time on Thursday. 1A large fire was reported at the ExxonMobil oil refinery in Baytown, Texas on ThursdayCredit: Twitter One Twitter user said: "Explosion at Exxon! It rumbled my apartment and knocked my pictures off the wall." Another commented: “Exxon explosion made my whole f** house shake (sic).” And a third posted: “Exxon explosion made my house jump fr LMAO wtffff.” Some said the "boom" sounded like a "freight train connecting with cars" outside their home. Pictures shared online show thick black smoke billowing from the refinery. It's not known if anyone was injured at the plant and the cause of the blast remains unknown. The Sun has approached the Baytown Fire Department for comment. Most read in The US SunBIG BOOST $3,000 checks being sent out now as New Year surprise cash to arrive next weekUNDER YOUR SKIN Microchip implanted in your arm...
    Despite its success, Twitter does not work with over 2,000 reviewers worldwide. Information published by BFM This Thursday. It has only one moderator per 200,000 users. This data appears in a document sent by the social network to the Paris Court of Appeal, which consulted the BFM. Social networking really is France has been accused of violating moderation Hateful and racist content. Many associations, including SOS Racisme, SOS Homophobia or Lycra. He was convicted and appealed in July 2021 for Twitter violations. In self-defense, the US agency sent documents to the judiciary proving its useful moderation. The number of evaluators has already been sent to the National Audiovisual Council (CSA) and comes from a report released in September. Humans are less efficient than algorithms Twitter explains that its moderate structure is mainly based on algorithms, which are considered to be very efficient. The document reads, “We will not solve a large-scale moderate challenge with too many human resources.” “We are very talented […] By using more technology and increasing our teams proportionately. “ Twitter is not just a social...
    THE problems of supply not meeting the demand has been the topic of 2021 – and now it’s spread over to chicken tenders. The reason why this might be the case is that chicken tenders need more time to process and extra packaging, according to a report by NBC News. 1Chicken breast tender prices have recently spiked by $1 from last yearCredit: Getty Images Recently, chicken breast tender prices have spiked to $3.98 per pound, which is nearly $1 higher than the levels seen in the same period last year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.  Typically, prices increase when the supply does not meet the demand. When prices rise, not only does that mean supply is low – but purchasing power declines as well. This is known as inflation. Some have shared their personal experiences with the chicken tender shortage at stores.  “I went to the grocery store yesterday and took the last bag of chicken tenders LOL I’m about to sell them for a quick $100,” one Twitter user said.  Most read in MoneyFREE MONEY Surprise payments...
    THE Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had its email system hacked this morning, sending out fake messages about cyberattacks. The rogue emails, sent from the FBI’s email infrastructure are said to contain a warning from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) concerning a cyberattack. 1Reports say the FBI has suffered a cyberattackCredit: AP:Associated Press The non-profit organization Spamhaus Project, based in Andorra and Switzerland, which tracks spam, said in a Twitter message its analysis had shown the unusual emails are being sent from accounts "scraped" from the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) database. "We have been made aware of 'scary' emails sent in the last few hours that purport to come from the FBI/DHS [Department of Homeland Security]," the Spamhaus Project said in a post on Twitter. "While the emails are indeed being sent from infrastructure that is owned by the FBI/DHS (the LEEP portal), our research shows that these emails *are* fake." Social media users have reported receiving the oddly worded email which refers to a “sophisticated chain attack” and makes reference to “the extortion gang TheDarkOverlord”. The...
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    50 of the best posthumous albums Most and Least Expensive States to Build a Home © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Washington Football Team email scandal has created far more problems for non-employees of the team than for anyone who ever worked there. ESPN’s Adam Schefter became ensnared in the situation, thanks to an exchange he had with former team president Bruce Allen in 2011. Schefter sent an article to Allen before publishing it. “Please let me know if you see anything that should be added, changed, tweaked,” Schefter wrote. “Thanks, Mr. Editor, for that and the trust.” The story caught a surprising amount of interest and attention, given that the average fan cares not about the manner in which the sausage is made. But it’s one thing to hear people explain in isolation the mechanism that gives an “insider” a head’s up on transactions that will be announced five minutes later. It’s quite another to see what the insider does to get in position for such a gratuity....