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    Joe Rogan slammed employees of large Bay Area tech firms as woke 'activists' on his podcast Wednesday, labeling employees for companies such as Google as 'mentally ill' and 'lunatics who are running the asylum to a certain extent.' Speaking to Silicon Valley vet Antonio García Martínez, an ex-engineer at Apple and Facebook who was fired by the Mac maker after staffers petitioned to have him nixed over 'misogynistic' writings in his autobiographical book, in which he wrote 'women in the Valley are 'full of sh*t' and likened a former Indian coworker to a 'bored auto-rickshaw driver from Delhi.'   Rogan, 54, asked the seasoned tech specialist what it was like to work at the two tech giants.    'What is it like being in those companies?' Rogan asked his guest. 'Like whether it's Facebook or, you know, any sort of tech company.'  'For someone from the outside, we look at it and say: ‘How are those f**king places run?' Before Martinez, who previously served as a quantitative analyst at Goldman Sachs, could respond, Rogan recalled a conversation with a 'good friend' who worked in a management position...
    (CNN)An imaginative boy who loves comic books now has a graphic novel of his own on the shelves of his local library. Dillon Helbig, 8, wrote a Christmas book and snuck it into the library's stacks in Boise, Idaho, his family said. When a librarian saw it, the staff decided to catalog the book."He put the book together in like four days," his father, Alex Helbig, told CNN's Brianna Keilar. "With him putting it in the library, we weren't surprised that he did anything like that. ... When he wants to do make something happen, he makes something happen."110 years later, a book has finally been returned to Boise libraryThere were 135 people waiting to check out the book as of Monday morning, said librarian Paige Beach, who works at the Lake Hazel Branch of the Ada Community Library. If each person keeps the book for the maximum time of two weeks, that means a wait time of about five years.Dillon is no stranger to writing his own books. His father said the second-grader has written 5- to 10-page comic...
    The gunman caught on video opening fire inside the emergency room of a New York City hospital has been taken into custody after police discovered he wrote his name in the facility’s sign-in book, reports say.  Keber Martinez, 25, of the Bronx, now faces attempted murder, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a firearm charges stemming from the shooting that unfolded Tuesday at Jacobi Medical Center, according to the New York Police Department.  Police told Fox5 NY that Martinez wrote his name in the Bronx hospital’s sign-in book, making it easier for investigators to track him down. He was arrested late Tuesday night.  The shooting was caught on hospital surveillance cameras. NYC HOSPITAL SHOOTING CAUGHT ON VIDEO  In a statement, the NYPD said they responded to the hospital midday Tuesday after receiving a 911 call about a person being shot inside there.  "Upon arrival Police discovered a 35-year-old male with a gunshot wound to the arm," the statement read. "The victim was immediately treated by medical personnel on location."  Police say Martinez got into a verbal dispute with the victim before discharging "several rounds."  The victim, who has not...
    After keeping his identity secret for over 24 hours, the shooter in a deadly mass shooting in Denver, Colorado, on Monday was not only identified but said to have been previously criminally investigated both this and last year for undisclosed suspicions. But that’s not all: In addition to being on law enforcement’s radar, 47-year-old Lyndon James McLeod had also been described on social media as both a white supremacist and Nazi sympathizer.   Multiple posts back up these claims in which McLeod also signaled clear hatred toward women. The killings are speculated to be connected to his extremist views. According to the official Twitter account for Colorado Springs Anti-Fascists, a group that is “exposing fascists and disrupting their organizing in so-called Colorado,” McLeod “was a white nationalist.” The group provided screenshots of tweets from McLeod’s account to back up its claim. “The Denver mass shooter was a white supremacist and a misogynist obsessed with masculinity, oppressing women, defending the white race, and shooting communists,” Colorado Springs Anti-Fascists said in a tweet. The organization also noted that McLeod often partook in right-wing extremist spaces under the...
    The founder of the Michael Jordan brand at Nike, who recently confessed to murdering a teenager when he was 16, is being slammed by the victim's family for not telling the whole story.  Larry Miller, 72, said Wednesday in a Sports Illustrated interview that he served time in prison after fatally shooting Edward White when he was a 16-year-old member of Philadelphia's Cedar Avenue gang. Relatives say that they are yet to hear from Miller and are upset that he didn't mention White's name or the details of his life in Jump: My Secret Journey from the Streets to the Boardroom.   White, who is merely described as 'another black boy' by Miller in the book, was a former Cub Scout who wanted to become a chef. He got a job at a diner six months before his death.  The family would like his name and story to get time in Miller's new book, which will be published in January by William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins. 'You know his name, give him that respect, especially since you took his life,' Mariah Green,...
    An upcoming book on the 2020 election claims that Fox News host Sean Hannity wrote a campaign ad for former President Donald Trump, and it aired exclusively on his show. Wall Street Journal Senior White House reporter Mike Bender has a book out in August titled Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story Of How Trump Lost. Punchbowl News reports that the book will provide insights into Trump and his entourage during the 2020 election, not the least of which is the reporting that Hannity actively helped the Trump campaign… with mixed results. According to Bender, Hannity wrote an ad for the Trump campaign that called Joe Biden a “forty-seven-year swamp creature” who had “accomplished nothing” in his entire political career, and supported a “radical, socialist Green New Deal.” The Trump campaign reportedly paid $1.5 million to make the ad and air it on Hannity’s show, though internal communications suggest that they thought it had little-to-no value, and they didn’t run it anywhere else. From the excerpt, via Punchbowl: Multiple internal campaign emails referred to the spot...
    Reminiscing the past experiences of becoming an actor, Anupam Kher has introduced his third book, Your Best Day is Today, on his social media accounts. The Saraansh actor shared a clip introducing his new book on Sunday, referring to it as his third baby on Instagram and Twitter. The actor, while announcing the book, recounted the memories of his days he struggled to become an actor. He also shared the reason for becoming an author. Anupam Kher Feels the Best Form of Storytelling Is Done by Grandparents and We Couldn’t Agree More “I have always felt inspired to be an actor. I have really worked hard for it. I went to a drama school, did a three-year training, and then I went to a film institute. Then, on May 25, 1984, my first film was released and in the last 36 years, I have done 517 films. But, I have always wanted to feel intelligent. So, I said what should I do? So, I thought I should become an author. But, I think in Hindi and how do I become an...
    Madeleine Westerhout, former Director of Oval Office Operations and former Executive Assistant to President Donald Trump, joined Fox News on Tuesday morning to discuss her new book and why she decided to write it. The book, “Off the Record: My Dream Job at the White House, How I Lost It, and What I Learned,” hits bookshelves today and recounts how she lost her job after she disclosed confidential information that she knew about the Trump family to a group of reporters at an “off-the-record” dinner. “So, you know what, I had a bad night and a major lapse of judgment cost me my dream job,” Westerhout said. “On a rare day off, after a couple of drinks by the pool, I accepted an invitation to an off-the-record dinner with four reporters and a White House colleague of mine. And at that dinner, I said some things that I didn’t mean and that I never should have said. And I deeply regret that but I take full responsibility for my actions that night and really regret that I hurt people that...
    Sean Hannity told Fox News Radio's “The Brian Kilmeade Show” Friday that he was motivated to write his forthcoming book "Live Free or Die" by the upcoming election, which the "Hannity" host says is "going to be a tipping point" for America. “I see the Democratic Party just racing, not only to the left, but to the far radical left," Hannity told host Brian Kilmeade. "We can see this now, with Joe Biden leading the way and then the comments of Barack Obama [at John Lewis' funeral] yesterday." SEAN HANNITY WARNS OF BIDEN PRESIDENCY IN NEW BOOK, FOX NATION SPECIAL With fewer than 100 days remaining before Election Day, Hannity is ramping up his warnings in a new Fox Nation special, "Live Free or Die with Sean Hannity." In the special, which airs for free on Fox Nation Friday at 7 p.m., Hannity tells host Gregg Jarrett that if Biden defeats President Trump, "America as we know it will be changed forever. Irreparable damage will be done if those policies that they’re [Democrats are] stating [support for] publically are implemented." "Live Free or Die," Hannity's first book since 2010's "Conservative Victory," emphasizes the critical...
    The Justice Department's attempt to block the release of John Bolton's tell-all book has been denied.  Judge Royce Lamberth denied the request to block the sale of the former national security adviser's memoir, 'The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir' in a ruling Saturday.   Lamberth, a Reagan appointee, heard arguments Friday over Zoom from Bolton's lawyer Charles Cooper and Deputy Assistant Attorney General David Morrell, representing the government.  This came after the Trump administration sued Bolton on Tuesday in order to postpone the release of his book because of concerns that classified information could be exposed The book was leaked to the media the next day.  It contains a number of explosive claims about President Trump, including that he asked China for help with his re-election bid - a move similar to how Trump interacted with Ukraine, which led to him being impeached.   The Justice Department's attempt to block the release of John Bolton's (left) tell-all book has been denied. The book makes some explosive claims about President Trump (right) The federal judge ruled in favor of...
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