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    Kelly Rizzo remembered happier times with her late husband Bob Saget in a bittersweet Instagram post shared on Monday. The 42-year-old journalist posted a sun-dappled photo of the loved-up couple enjoying drinks while finding some shade at the beach. But in her caption she revealed that things would 'never be the same' without the Full House star, who died on January 9 at age 65 while in Orlando, Florida, on a standup comedy tour. Missing him: Bob Saget's widow Kelly Rizzo shared a sweet photo of her and her late husband at the beach in a post from Monday will write that 'The world will never be the same' without her 'incredible husband' In her photo, Kelly and Bob could be seen relaxing on lounge chairs under a cabana by the water. Both were casual beach attire, and they showed off soft smiles for the camera while toasting their large copper mugs, which were overflowing with a fruity concoction.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next John Stamos tries to tell three-year-old son Billy a story... ...
    Kelly Rizzo is looking back on the good times she had with Bob Saget prior to the actor and comedian’s unexpected death at age 65. On Monday, Rizzo, 42, shared to Instagram a new image of her "incredible husband" and delivered a message to her followers that the world "will never be the same." In the snap, the journalist and the late "Full House" star are seen enjoying each other’s time shaded by a cabana toasting with drinks in hand. Saget was found deceased in a Ritz-Carlton Orlando hotel room on Jan. 9 after gracing the stage in front of a sold-out crowd in Jacksonville, Florida, just the night before.  BOB SAGET'S WIFE, KELLY RIZZO, SHARES DETAILS OF THEIR FINAL CONVERSATION: 'IT WAS ALL LOVE' Rizzo spoke out in a "Today" interview on Thursday and shed light on the type of man Saget was when the cameras weren’t around. "It was still the same. He was there to just enjoy life. And he just wanted to make people feel good," Rizzo explained. "I mean if we went to a restaurant, he...
    After playing a short clip from Maher's opening Friday monologue, Whoopi was in prime lecture mode. "How dare you!" Whoopi ridiculously pops off against Bill Maher for anti-mask jokes, tell him to say out of society. Sara Haines joins in by saying masks will be a permanent "new normal" like airport security after 9/11. "I may never ... feel comfortable without a mask."pic.twitter.com/AHjJcKR79c — Nicholas Fondacaro (@Nicholas Fondacaro) 1643042244 "That's not really funny to people who've lost their kids ... or people who have lost family members or dear friends to this," she harangued. "Listen, nobody on the planet really wants to go through this." "This is not something we're doing because it's sexually gratifying," she continued. "We're doing it to protect our families, and you don't have to do it, but stay away from everybody." Whoopi then claimed that Maher is someone forgetting that there are people "at risk" who can't get vaccinated, like ... "little kids under the age of 5." "How dare you be so flippant, man!" she chided. Co-host Sara Haines chimed in with her...
    Released January 24, 2022 at 4:10 p.m. Aureli Chachelli According to AFP and RMC Sport, Australian Racing 92 full-back Curtley Peel will not extend his contract, which expires in June, giving him the opportunity to play in the 2023 World Cup with the Wallabies before returning to Australia. Curtley Peel, who arrived in France in the summer of 2020, will not go beyond two seasons of his contract with Racing 92. Although the Ciel et Blanc leaders offered him a new two-year lease, the 33-year-old Australian finally decided to refuse. According to the informationAFP And RMC SportThe player wants to return to Australia to be given every opportunity to play in France at the 2023 World Cup. Peel recently spoke with Wallabies coach Dave Rennie, so he opted to return to Racing 92, where he has a contract until June 30, 2022. “My goal is to play in another World Cup. It would be awesome to do it in France! I never said I was done with Wallabies or international rugby, “he saidAFP From Blacktown...
    More On: bob saget John Stamos shares touching eulogy for Bob Saget: ‘He was my lifeline’ John Mayer paid for private plane to fly Bob Saget’s body home John Mayer designs Bob Saget sweatshirt for charity Kelly Rizzo: Bob Saget’s recent COVID battle was ‘not anything serious’ Kelly Rizzo is reflecting on the void left by her husband Bob Saget’s tragic death. The journalist, who married the “Full House” actor in October 2018, has shared a new pic of the couple along with a heartrending message. “My incredible husband. The world will never be the same,” she captioned a snap of the pair lounging on the beach with drinks in hand. The late comedian suddenly passed away at age 65 on Jan. 9. He was found dead in his Ritz-Carlton Orlando hotel room after performing the night before in Jacksonville, Fla. Saget was cracking jokes on a podcast days before he passed away, revealing that he had weathered a bout with COVID-19. Nevertheless, Rizzo said he was in “great” health during an interview with “Good Morning America” last week. Rizzo said the world will “never be...
    NEW YORK (AP) — In 2020, Bastille found themselves in a unique position. Coming out of their last album and into the pandemic, the English pop rock band not only had one album’s worth of songs, but two or three. So they enlisted the help of producer and OneRepublic front man Ryan Tedder to narrow down the tracks. The songs Tedder picked were futuristic leaning and a concept album began to take shape. With techno beats, ‘80s retro futuristic tones and sweeping production, Bastille’s 13-track “Give Me the Future” dives into the world of science-fiction, exploring the way technology can be a tool for escape. Plug into a different world — be whoever you want to be, go wherever you want to go, leave reality behind. This is the world Bastille creates on their fourth LP. “In deciding that it was a sci-fi… it was really liberating,” said frontman Dan Smith. “It’s probably the only time we’re going to use these kind of sounds, so let us fully go there, have loads of fun with it, push it further...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Florida has been named the shark bite capital of the world, according to a new study. The Florida Museum of Natural History released its “International Shark Attack File” statistics for last year. READ MORE: Florida Ends Appeal In Health Worker Vaccine Case Shark Bites 2021 infographic. (Source: Florida Museum of Natural History) It investigated 137 alleged shark-human interactions worldwide in 2021, and the majority were unprovoked. Narrowing down the numbers, the United States had the most unprovoked shark bites a year ago with 47 confirmed cases. That’s almost two-thirds of the worldwide total. Of the 47 attacks, only one was fatal and it happened in California. READ MORE: 'No Matter Where We Looked, It Was Sold Out': Baby Formula Shortage Is Major Concern For ParentsFlorida had 28 cases in 2021. That’s a third of unprovoked bites worldwide. Volusia County had the most shark bites by far with 17. Miami-Dade, Brevard and St. Lucie Counties each saw two bites. And one bite each in Broward, Palm Beach, St. Johns and Manatee Counties. Over the last five years,...
    Meta is building the 'world's fastest AI supercomputer' to help Facebook in its transformation into a 'metaverse', it has announced today.  The new supercomputer, called the AI Research SuperCluster (RSC), will be the fastest supercomputer in the world when it's fully built by mid 2022, according to the tech giant.  RSC will pave the way toward building technology for 'the next major computing platform' – the metaverse. Facebook (the company, not the product) renamed itself Meta in October, as part of its long-term project to turn its social media platform into a metaverse.  In the future, the social media platform will be accessible within the metaverse using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) headsets and smart glasses.    According to Meta, RSC will help its researchers build better AI models that can work across hundreds of different languages, develop new AR tools and seamlessly analyse text, images and video simultaneously.  This could enable new AI systems that can power real-time voice translations to large groups of people in the metaverse, each speaking a different language, so they can seamlessly collaborate on a research project...
    This is the amazing moment the world's largest cargo plane cut a clear path through fog while landing.  Footage from January 9 at Rzeszow Airport in Poland shows the Soviet-designed Antonov Airlines An-225 Mriya cargo plane. It emerges above and then sweeps through the fog to come into landing as hundreds of aviation enthusiasts watch on, delighted.  In 2020 the plane was used to carry medical supplies to Poland during the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe.     The An-124-Ruslan, a smaller version of the aircraft, made an appearance in Auckland in 2020 as it was delivering new engines for Air New Zealand's Dreamliner fleet.  In 2021, Ukrainian strongmen athletes attempted a world record for pulling the plane at an airfield in the settlement of Hostomel outside Kyviv, Ukraine. The eight strongmen beat the previous record, pulling the plane by 4 metres 30cm in 1 minute and 13 seconds.   RAF Brize Norton said of the aircraft in 2016: 'The heaviest aircraft ever built has visited RAF Brize Norton this week. 'The Antonov AN-225 Mriya, which has 32 wheels and wingspan of over...
    Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor is releasing a new children’s book on Tuesday.  "Just Help! How to Build a Better World" encourages children to ask how they can help others, according to the Associated Press.  "I want kids to do this intentionally, to think that this is a requirement of living almost, that trying to figure out how they will make a better world should be a part of the charge of their living," Sotomayor told AP ahead of the book’s publication. FOOTBALL COACH SENDS ATHLETES TO SHOVEL DRIVEWAYS FOR ELDERLY NEIGHBORS She also told the outlet that though she wants kids to help their friends and family, she also wants them to "think about how to help neighbors and how to help our community, and that it takes active thought and active action to change the world." Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor holds her new children's book "Just Help!" on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) According to AP, the book begins with Sotomayor as a child being asked by her...
    UKRAINE has rushed forces to defend the area around Chernobyl over fears the disaster zone could be targeted in a Russian invasion. The site around the former nuclear plant is still the most radioactive place on earth and area abandoned after it exploded in 1986. 5 5Russian forces seen massing in BelarusCredit: East2West But as fears mount of a Russian invasion, Ukraine has now moved troops to the desolate region on its northern border with Belarus. In recent weeks it has been reported that Belarus, which is an ally of Russia, maybe one of the routes the Kremlin’s forces may use to invade Ukraine. With Russia and Belarus are due to hold joint military exercises in February, Ukraine has now deployed thousands of troops to the area around Chernobyl, the New York Times reports. The town of Pripyat, next to where Chernobyl stood and where its workers lived, is now a ghost town. The town of Chernobyl itself is partially closed with workers who maintain the huge ‘sarcophagus’ built over the damaged reactor rotating in and out. “We don’t know...
    LOOK out, it's Paws! These pet owners are gonna need a bigger house judging by their enormous animals. 7Kefir the Maine Coon cat regularly gets mistaken as a dog because he's so largeCredit: SWNS This week we revealed a fierce-looking moggy is a whisker away from breaking the record for the world's biggest cat. Maine Coon Kefir, who weighs a staggering 12.5 kg, regularly gets mistaken for a dog because he's so huge, according to owner Yulia Minina. The 22-month-old feline is still growing, and while he has a formidable appearance, is apparently a "very affectionate and modest child". He's not the only massive pet to raise eyebrows. Here we reveal other gigantic furry friends. Stolen for his size? 7Darius won the world record for the longest living rabbit, measuring four foot longCredit: Rex Features Four-foot long pet rabbit Darius won the Guinness World Record for the longest living rabbit in 2010 when he was certified as being 129cm long. However, last year reports claimed he'd been stolen from his enclosure in Worcestershire - and has been missing ever since,...
    “I made clothes because I was looking for something that didn’t exist. I had to create my own world.” What a world it was that fashion designer Thierry Mugler created. The acclaimed French fashion designer, who was famous for his fragrances and Demi Moore’s not-so-little black dress from Indecent Proposal, died today at the age of 73. The cause of death is not immediately known. His death was announced via his team by sharing a black square to his personal Instagram profile page with the caption: "We are devastated to announce the passing of Mr Manfred Thierry Mugler on Sunday January 23rd 2022. May his soul Rest In Peace.” Mugler entered the fashion scene in the 1970s. In the 1980s when he hit the Paris catwalks for the first time, his PVC ensembles adorned by models who seemed like intergalactic dominatrixes were not received favorably. At the time, the thought of anything made from PVC being considered luxury or high-fashion was blasphemy. Despite the negative reviews from fashion critics, Mugler pushed on and became one of the most recognizable names...
    FASHION designer Thierry Mugler, who dressed the world's biggest stars, died suddenly. The news was shared on the designer's official Instagram account on Sunday. 1Mugler's passing was announced via Instagram The image was a blank black square. The caption reads: "#RIP We are devastated to announce the passing of Mr Manfred Thierry Mugler on Sunday January 23rd 2022. May his soul Rest In Peace." The message also appears in French. A cause of death has not yet been revealed. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. Most read in NewsMYSTERY DEATHS Major update in double murder case as cops give info on Gabby Petito linkFIRE CHAOS Shocking map of Big Sur wildfire shows devastating damage as hundreds fleePHUKET SET Andrew's wild Thai hols with Epstein visiting red light bars & topless partiesCOVID HORROR Mom's warning after son,...
    Jerry Taylor loved golf and so it was no surprise that one bright sunny afternoon in March 2002, he could be found practising his chip shots at his local course in Tucson, Arizona. Unfortunately for the mild-mannered 60-year-old frozen food salesman, lurking in the desert surrounding the practice range was a man squinting through the sights of a high-powered rifle. Poor Jerry didn’t stand a chance. The bullet hit him in the back and he died instantly. His assailant dragged his body about 15 ft to hide it behind some mesquite bushes, went through his pockets to find his wallet and then, inexplicably, threw it away without removing the $15 it contained. Taylor’s murder might have gone down in history as just another statistic in a country which records thousands of fatal shootings every year if it hadn’t later come to light that he was a victim of a psychopath who went on to gain infamy as the Washington Sniper. Now Taylor’s story — and those of the sniper’s other 16 victims — is being told in an unforgettable new...
    Nestling among pastures and streams on the shores of a New England lake, Bradford, New Hampshire (population: 1,662), is a place where nothing much of note ever happens. It has a single set of traffic lights and one of the lowest crime rates in America. So when the noise of two small planes flying high overhead broke the peaceful dawn one summer morning in 2020, puzzled residents soon realised something was afoot. Dick Morris, a carpenter, first heard a buzzing noise at 5am. 'At first I thought it was a paraplane — basically an engine with a seat and parachute, which is common around here. You hear one for ten minutes and it's gone. But this went on and on. 'I went out to load my truck at 7am and the plane was still going. I thought, 'What the heck is this guy doing? Then I noticed another high-altitude plane, so there were two buzzing round and round.' Another local came across a queue of 15 vehicles stationary in the main road, and demanded to know who the drivers were...
    EXPERTS predict that Samsung's Galaxy S22 could rival the iPhone as rumors of its expected features continue to swirl. Even though Samsung has not confirmed a launch date, the coveted device is believed to be dropping in the earlier half of February. 2A 'leaked' image of the Samsung Galaxy S22 dropped in December. Rumors of Samsung's newest phone have been circulating the web for several months now. In Mid-December, the world even received a 'leaked image' of the mysterious device that experts suspected might be the real thing. Still, with several leaked pages claiming they have the 411 on the device, it can be hard to know just what to expect. That being said, we've rounded up the latest leaks and rumors to help you navigate this influx of information. Varying sizes One longstanding leaker shared photos of three screen protectors for the Galaxy S22 on Twitter. Most read in News TechWHAT'S UP Three clever WhatsApp tricks every user should knowFLOAT YOUR BOAT Mind-blowing superyacht with its own WATERFALL and pool aquarium revealedDOWN AND OUT Is this Instagram's...
    One national security expert said that President Biden gave Russian President Vladimir Putin a "green light" to enter Ukraine. Amid increasing tensions between Russia and Ukraine, the U.K.'s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office said on Saturday that it has information suggesting that the Russian government is plotting to install a pro-Kremlin leader in Kyiv. "We have information that indicates the Russian Government is looking to install a pro-Russian leader in Kyiv as it considers whether to invade and occupy Ukraine," a spokesperson for the British agency said. K.T. McFarland, deputy national security adviser to former President Donald Trump told Fox News Digital that President Biden has brought the current cirumstnaces upon himself, seemingly giving President Putin a "green light" during a press conference this week. RUSSIA'S PURPORTED PLAN TO INSTALL PRO-KREMLIN LEADERSHIP IN UKRAINE 'DEEPLY CONCERNING,' WHITE HOUSE SAYS Presidents Biden and Putin (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images |   Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images) "When President Biden last week seemed to give him even a bigger green light and a signal, well, I think Vladimir Putin can do anything right now. He...
    A COUPLE were left disappointed when they had to cut their travel plans short so they decided to take control of their adventures and buy a van. Olivia Dickets and Adam Healy bought a run-down mobile home for £5,000 in January 2021. Since then they've worked hard to transform the shabby van into a stunning mobile home, splashing out £10,000 on the works. The camper van now has a kitchen area, a double bed and an impressive sliding window. Olivia, 24, said: "We wanted the van so we could travel freely. "Nothing beats waking up next to a beautiful beach or mountains and being the first ones to see the view that morning while drinking a cup of coffee snuggled up in bed." The pair were careful with their budget to make sure it stretched to cover the whole project. Olivia, from West Yorkshire said: "Overall we probably spent £10,000 on everything, the van, insulation, windows, vents and decoration. Most read in LifestyleFIT FOR A KING Inside 'forgotten castle' that may become Will & Kate's new family homeFAMILY TIES Harry...
    AN INCREDIBLE video shows a thrilling ride on the world's "steepest and fastest" hybrid rollercoaster, the Iron Gwazi. The fascinating monster coaster, located at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay in Florida will open on March 11. 5The Iron Gwazi is set to open on March 11Credit: Sea World Entertainment 5It is branded as the world's "steepest and fastest" roller coasterCredit: Sea World Entertainment 5The roller coaster stands at 206ft and reaches speeds of 76mphCredit: Sea World Entertainment The Iron Gwazi which stands at 206ft, has a 91-degree drop and reaches speeds of 76mph will be the park's tenth rollercoaster. It is set to feature moments where riders drift out of their seat mid-air as well as three inversions. Exciting footage shows the reactions of screaming riders as they plunge down the whole 4,000 feet of steel track. The much-anticipated coaster, manufactured by Rocky Mountain Construction is an improved version of the old wooden Gwazi coaster, which closed in 2015 according to the Tampa Bay Times. Busch Gardens said in a statement: “While elements of Gwazi, the classic wooden coaster, are...
    Popular barbeque brand Weber has apologised after sending customers a meatloaf recipe just hours after musician Meat Loaf died.  The poorly timed recipe was emailed to recipients around the world as part of the company's weekly Friday newsletter. But unbeknownst to the grilling giant, Mr Marvin Lee Aday, 74, died on Thursday night in Nashville, Tennessee, after reportedly falling seriously ill with Covid-19. 'In today's email we highlighted a grilled meatloaf recipe. At the time we shared this recipe with you, we were not aware of the unfortunate passing of American singer and actor Mr Marvin Lee Aday, also known as Meat Loaf,' Weber wrote to subscribers on Friday.  'We want to express our deepest apologies for this oversight and for any offense this email may have caused. Mr Marvin Lee Aday (pictured), 74, also known as Meat Loaf, died on Thursday night after falling ill with Covid-19 Popular barbeque brand issued a meatloaf recipe to subscribers on Friday morning unaware of the celebrity's death  'We send our condolences to Mr Aday's family and fans. Thank you for understanding.'  Fans of...
    The international aid organization Open Doors ranked Afghanistan the worst place in the world for Christians in 2021 on its World Watch List published this week, the first time the country appears at the top of the list and the first time in 20 years that Open Doors does not issue North Korea that distinction. Open Doors CEO David Curry told Breitbart News in an interview this week that Christian persecution actually increased in North Korea this year even as it dropped a spot to number two on the list, but the threat that the return of the Taliban poses to Christians in Afghanistan is so great that it dwarfed the growing repression in North Korea. The Taliban, a Sunni jihadist terrorist organization, became the de facto government of Afghanistan on August 15, 2021, after President Joe Biden announced he would violate an agreement with the group and extend the 20-year Afghan War past its May deadline into September. Biden again amended that deadline out of September and into August. In the months between May and August, Taliban terrorists swept...
    Qantas has lost its title as the world's safest airline for the first time since 2013 due to Covid pilot losses and a 'serious incident'.  Australia's flagship airline had a sharp drop in Airline Ratings' annual safest airline list down to seventh place, and was replaced at the top by Air New Zealand. Qantas was ranked the world's safest airline from 2014 to 2017 and 2019 to 2021, and no clear winner could be found in 2018.  Air New Zealand (plane pictured on ground) has overtaken Qantas (plane pictured taking off) as the world's safest airline in the rankings of the Airline Ratings website Air New Zealand was followed by two Middle Eastern airlines, Etihad and Qatar.  Virgin Australia/Virgin Atlantic is ranked number 10.  Airline Ratings looks at 385 carriers across world, measuring factors including the airlines' crash and serious incident records, the age of their aircraft, and Covid-19 protocols. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The 20 safest airlines in the world for 2021 revealed and Qantas named is No1,... World's Safest Airlines 2020: Qantas tops list of...
    It’s been a week for serving up roast piglet in Belgrade, the traditional way to mark the Serbian Orthodox Church’s New Year, and the joke doing the rounds is that the locals should be tucking into kangaroo instead. They’d expected to be watching Novak Djokovic chart a course to an historic 21st Grand Slam at the Australian Open, by far his favourite tournament, but instead the local hero is back in the Balkans, hunkering down this week in his Montenegro bolt-hole.  The flat screen TVs at the Novak Tennis Centre he’s built near the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers here were showing Carlos Alcaraz v Matteo Berrettini late on Friday afternoon. No-one was remotely interested.  Novak Djokovic was deported by the Australian government, and his nation is split on the issue RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Dan Evans says he 'panicked' in heavy defeat by Felix... Furious Eurosport viewers MISS the final games of defending... Naomi Osaka's Australian Open title defence ends with shock... Novak Djokovic's initial first-round opponent Miomir......
    (CNN)The ocean depths are as mysterious as the infinite abyss of space beyond our planet. Every time we dive beneath the waves, or those waves surface an unusual creature, we learn something new about the water covering more than 70% of Earth's surface. Only around 20% of the ocean floor has been mapped, according to UNESCO. That means there is so much more to be discovered. Scientists had a glimpse of what that may entail when they happened upon a remarkable marine rarity in November, found at previously unimaginable depths.There may be a whole new world of undiscovered ecosystems in the ocean -- we just have to dive down to meet them. Read MoreOcean secretsA diver swims above a coral reef found off the coast of Tahiti in November 2021.Within the ocean's "twilight zone," where just enough light can reach to sustain life, there is a perfectly pristine coral reef that stretches for nearly 2 miles (3.2 kilometers). The reef and its stunning rose-shaped corals were found off the coast of Tahiti. So far, it has been entirely untouched by...
    The secret ingredients to longevity may be the simple life. Saturnino de la Fuente García died on Tuesday morning in his home in León, Spain as the oldest living man at 112 years and 341 days old, just days before his 113th birthday, according to a Guinness World Records report.  Right after breakfast, he " … began to breathe heavily, and in a few seconds he went out like a candle," his son-in-law, Bernardo Marcos, told United Kingdom news outlet The Times. FANS REMEMBER BETTY WHITE AS VIRAL ANIMAL DONATION CHALLENGE PICKS UP STEAM Known as "El Pepino," which is an abbreviated version for Peña, the name of his mother, he was born in the neighborhood of Puente Castro, León, on February 11, 1909, Guinness reported.  He survived the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic and later married Antonina Barrio Gutiérrez in 1933, with whom he had 7 daughters and one son, who died as a child, according to Guinness. He was cobbler by trade, but started working in a shoe factory at the age of 13, according to USA Today. Less than five feet fall, he...
    YOU may not think twice about posting a photo wearing a puffer jacket on Instagram but be careful you don't end up on a 'down jacket porn' account. After posting a photo wearing a puffer jacket I found myself reposted on a seemingly innocent puffer jacket fan page. 4One puffer post led to an influx of messages from puffer jacket fanaticsCredit: Charlotte Edwards 4Some of the puffer jacket accounts had concerning biosCredit: Charlotte Edwards The 'fan page' itself didn't seem problematic. It had plenty of other pictures of women wearing their coats in cold weather. However, the repost was soon followed by an influx of more puffer jacket accounts following me and liking and commenting on my posts. Then, the messages started. I received multiple messages asking me to post more photos in the coat. Another said they'd pay me upfront to view my puffer jacket over Zoom. Most read in News TechCLOSE APPROACH Asteroid twice the size of Statue of Liberty heading towards Earth in daysHIDDEN FEATURES Your iPhone's Apple logo can turn into a secret button – how...
    A SENIOR citizen holds the record for being the most tattooed woman in the world – and she only got her first inking when she was 50 years old. Florida resident Charlotte Guttenburg first entered the record books in 2015 when she claimed the title of the world’s most tattooed female senior citizen with 91.5 per cent of her body covered. 5Charlotte Guttenburg now has more than 98 per cent of her body covered in tattoosCredit: Al Diaz 5Guttenburg got a butterfly tattooed on her chest when she was 50Credit: Al Diaz But she didn’t stop there and has continued to get more inkings over the years. Guttenburg now has 98.75 per cent of her body covered in designs, according to the Guinness World Records. Not only did she increase her record of the world’s most tattooed female senior citizen but also claimed two more titles to her list of accolades, being the most tattooed woman ever and most tattooed woman living. Only her face and a small part of her hands and feet are left unmarked. While she said she had always...
    DEREK CHISORA took a dive into the deep end by doing a gruelling day of work experience as a POOL BOY. The 38-year-old millionaire could sell out any UK area with another fizzing heavyweight fight or fill his own Hampstead Heath pool with vintage champagne. 8Derek Chisora did a day of work experience as a pool boyCredit: Instagram / @thepoolguyml 8The heavyweight helpied out a swimming pool maintenance companyCredit: Instagram / @thepoolguyml 8Chisora has his work cut outCredit: Instagram / @poolboyb4nners But the madcap fans’ favourite instead decided to spend his Thursday helping out a swimming pool maintenance company that had to tackle a smelly sewage problem. He was pictured clearing leaves from an outdoor pool and assisting with the upkeep on an indoor pool. Why he was helping is unclear. It comes just weeks after Chisora showed incredible heart to survive three counts and hear the final bell against Joseph Parker in December. The warhorse had to accept the 12th defeat of his rollercoaster career but secured another moral victory by simply being in the ring and offering...
    (CNN)The world feared the worst when a worrying new coronavirus variant emerged in late November and ripped through South Africa at a pace not seen before in the pandemic.But two months later, with Omicron dominant across much of the globe, the narrative has shifted for some."Levels of concern about Omicron tend to be lower than with previous variants," Simon Williams, a researcher in public attitudes and behaviors towards Covid-19 at Swansea University, told CNN. For many, "the 'fear factor of Covid' is lower," he said.Omicron's reduced severity compared to previous variants, and the perceived likelihood that individuals will eventually be infected, have contributed to that relaxation in people's mindsets, Williams said. This has even caused some people to actively seek out the illness to "get it over with" -- a practice experts have strongly warned against. But some within the scientific community are cautiously optimistic that Omicron could be the pandemic's last act -- providing huge swathes of the world with "a layer of immunity," and moving us closer to an endemic stage when Covid-19 is comparable to seasonal illnesses...
    Senate Judiciary Committee member Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told Fox News that earlier Friday he met with former President Donald Trump and that the two had a frank discussion about the state of the country. Graham told "Hannity" that both agreed President Biden has been a disaster as commander-in-chief, and that Russian President Vladimir Putin no longer fears a serious U.S. response to his geopolitical proclivities. "The news conference was a disaster on multiple levels … [and] he's been on the world stage, Joe Biden, for 40 years," Graham said. "He was in charge of the Ukraine portfolio under the Biden team, the Obama administration." US president Donald Trump (L) smiles as he stands alongside US Senator Lindsey Graham (R), Republican of South Carolina. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)  "So everybody in Ukraine understands that Joe Biden didn't realize his own son was serving on the Burisma board — the most corrupt gas company in the world — while Biden was trying to clean up corruption." Trump is "floored" by Biden's behavior and knows Putin realizes Biden's weakness...
    A 115-year-old Nebraska woman who recently became the oldest person in America - and who attributed her longevity to never having children - has died.  Thelma Sutcliffe, of Omaha, died at the age of 115 years and 108 days at an assisted living facility on Monday - eight months after becoming the oldest living person in the US.  The cause of death has yet to be revealed.  'She died very peacefully,' said Sutcliffe's friend, Luella Mason. 'It was time, she was ready.'  Sutcliffe credit her long life to never having children, never smoking, and 'never worrying about anything', she told AARP in May 2021.  She had survived two bouts of breast cancer over the course of her life.   Thelma Sutcliffe, center, is shown with a birthday cake in October 2019, in Omaha, Nebraska Sutcliffe for her 114th birthday Sutcliffe, pictured, who was the oldest person in the US, died on Monday at age 115, according to a family member Pictured: a photograph of Thelma as a young woman, possibly her engagement photo, according to her friend Luella Mason Bessie Hendricks is...
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Friday the current world is “much more chaotic, much less predictable” than during the Cold War between the former Soviet Union and the United States, and it’s dangerous because there are no “instruments” to deal with crises. He said in a wide-ranging press conference that the Cold War was between two opposing blocs where there were clear rules and mechanisms to prevent conflict. It “never became hot because there was a certain level of predictability,” he said. He said he wouldn’t call the dangerous situation today a Cold War or a Hot War but probably “a new form of tepid confrontation.” As he starts his second term as U.N. secretary-general, Guterres said in an Associated Press interview on Thursday that the world is worse in many ways than it was five years ago because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis and geopolitical tensions that have sparked conflicts everywhere — but unlike U.S. President Joe Biden he thinks Russia will not invade Ukraine. At the press conference, Guterres said his message...
    In the history of the U.S. national diving championships, only one Black diver had ever won a senior title: Michael Wright, who won the men’s 1-meter springboard at the USA Diving Winter National Championships in 2011. Indiana UniversityKristen HaydenThat was, at least, until last month. On Dec. 13, Kristen Hayden, a former diver at the University of Minnesota, became the first-ever Black female diver to win a U.S. national senior diving title, winning the mixed synchronized 3-meter springboard at the 2021 USA Diving Winter National Championships.  “You can’t put it into words,” said Hayden, who is now a graduate student at Indiana University. “It’s amazing. It’s history. It’s what’s going to help change the diving community for the better (and) bring in more diversity … I feel like that’s really why we’re put on this earth, to make a difference.” Article continues after advertisement ‘We need to have more diversity’ Hayden, a native of Hillsborough, N.J., began diving at the age of 10, after a teammate’s parent suggested to her mom that diving combined the two sports Hayden was already...
    As we enter year three of what feels like the never-ending, forever pandemic of Covid-19 which originated in Wuhan, China, most people I know (who aren't trying to spin propaganda or are worried about being called racist) believe the lab-leak hypothesis. Whistleblower and hero doctor, Li Wenliang was one of the first people to alert the world to the threat posed by coronavirus and was detained in December for spreading news about the virus while the Chinese government downplayed the severity of the outbreak and its risk to the public.  He was accused of rumor-mongering by the Chinese police and later tragically died of coronavirus. His story is yet another glaring example of the country's severe censorship and commitment to propaganda.  There is a long, dark and evil list of atrocities the communist Chinese government has committed in the past few years that the international community should -- but only sometimes seems to be -- outraged by. The atrocities include the detainment of over one million Uyghurs in what the state calls 'education and vocation training' camps. There is evidence...
    ONE Texas town is experiencing a Bitcoin boom as two major mining companies are engaged in an ongoing battle. Bitdeer and Riot Blockchain are next-door neighbors in Rockdale, Texas where they continue to fight to share the market. 5Rockdale, Texas is a Bitcoin mining hot spotCredit: AFP - Getty 5The mines contain powerful equipment that can be quite costlyCredit: AFP - Getty Bitdeer, a quieter and more private mine, is a spin off of the Chinese bitcoin mining company Bitmain. It sits within walking distance from the location of Riot Blockchain, one of the largest publicly traded mining companies in the country. Both companies reside on land previously occupied by Alcoa, which was an aluminum producer for decades. But when Alcoa shut down its mine and power plant, more than 1,600 jobs were lost along with a good portion of Milam County's tax revenue. Now, with the Alcoa infrastructure still in place, crypto companies are taking advantage of Rockdale and the Texas electricity grid as mining gains momentum. BITCOIN MINING While Bitcoin can be bought and sold on a marketplace,...
    Coming soon to SeaWorld San Diego is the tallest, fastest, and longest dive coaster in California. Named the Emperor coaster, the ride "will mimic the underwater diving ability of the iconic Emperor penguin, the world’s largest penguin, and take thrill-seekers on an exhilarating journey through highs, lows, twists and turns never before seen by the state of California," said the theme park in a media release.  CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER  SeaWorld San Diego’s new roller coaster, the Emperor, is pictured. (Credit: Sea World Parks) SeaWorld San Diego’s new roller coaster, the Emperor, is pictured. (Credit: Sea World Parks) The attraction opens on March 12 and will be the first and only floorless dive coaster in the state. Riders will climb 153 feet and "plunge through a 143-foot facedown vertical drop, accelerating more than 60 miles per hour," SeaWorld said.  The Emperor coaster also features inversions, barrel rolls, an Immelmann loop, and more. SeaWorld San Diego’s new roller coaster, the Emperor, is pictured. (Credit: Sea World Parks) CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX...
    Intel will invest more than $20 billion into constructing a series of semiconductor manufacturing factories in Ohio, the company announced Friday. The chip manufacturer said the site would be the "largest single private-sector investment in Ohio history." The plant would allow the United States to reduce reliance on the Taiwan-based TSMC semiconductor plants. "Today's announcement is monumental news for the state of Ohio," said Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine in a press release. "Intel's new facilities will be transformative for our state, creating thousands of good-paying jobs in Ohio manufacturing strategically vital semiconductors, often called 'chips.' Advanced manufacturing, research and development, and talent are part of Ohio's DNA, and we are proud that chips — which power the future — will be made in Ohio, by Ohioans." FED TAKES 'FIRST STEP' TOWARD CONSIDERING DIGITAL DOLLAR, SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT Initial construction plans will begin with building two factories in Licking County, Ohio, Intel said. The initial phase of the project will create 3,000 Intel jobs and 7,000 construction jobs over the course of the building, Intel said....
    Don’t look now, but we live in a world of trouble. From armed conflicts to geo-political disputes, coronavirus pandemic flare-ups to looming climate catastrophes, problems lie everywhere – which is why U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says his globalist body can be trusted to rise to the challenges ahead. Guterres said in an interview with the Associated Press the appeal for peace and harmony he issued on his first day in the U.N.’s top job on Jan. 1, 2017 and his priorities in his first term of trying to prevent conflicts and tackle global inequalities, the coronavirus crisis and a warming planet remain the same. In fact the veteran Portuguese Socialist politician and diplomat believes the world needs the U.N. now more than ever. “The secretary-general of the U.N. has no power,” Guterres conceded. “We can have influence. I can persuade. I can mediate, but I have no power.” U.N. chief Antonio Guterres called for the world to “urgently redistribute power” so as to end gender inequality which he said “should shame us all in the 21st century because it is...
    Here's one for the Guinness Book of Records — researchers from the University of Lille created the world's longest-lasting bubble, which kept its shape for 465 days. This is a whopping 20,00 times longer than regular soap bubbles, which typically last for a only a matter of minutes — if even that — before they pop. The team's trick lies in creating a special kind of bubble called a 'gas marble', which has a layered shell structure with plastic beads at the surface that make it strong. Scroll down for video Here's one for the Guinness Book of Records — researchers from the University of Lille created the world's longest-lasting bubble (pictured) which kept its shape for 465 days The study was conducted by physicist Aymeric Roux and his colleagues at the University of Lille, in France. 'Soap bubbles are by essence fragile and ephemeral,' the team wrote in their paper. 'Depending on their composition and environment, bubble bursting can be triggered by gravity-induced drainage and/or the evaporation of the liquid and/or the presence of nuclei.  'They can also...
    President Joe Biden is making headlines worldwide over his potentially catastrophic press conference on Wednesday where, as some critics allege, he gave Russia the 'green light' to invade Ukraine.  The West Australian newspaper called the president's press conference a 'gaffe' that required 'damage control' from Ukraine's allies, who remain unified in responding to an invasion from Moscow.   Japanese journalists echoed the claim, accusing Biden of 'flustering his European partners' and 'triggering alarm in European capitals with his suggestion of divisions among allies'. During his rambling two-hour press conference on Wednesday, Biden said: 'Russia will be held accountable if it invades. And it depends on what it does.'  'It's one thing if it's a minor incursion and then we end up having a fight about what to do and not do, et cetera,' he continued. 'But if they actually do what they're capable of doing with the forces amassed on the border, it is going to be a disaster for Russia if they further invade Ukraine.' The president and top administration officials worked Thursday to clarify his seeming waffling on Russia's...
    UNESCO announced on Thursday that scientists have discovered vast rocks of rose-shaped coral reefs in deep water off the coast of Tahiti, which have not been affected by climate change. Mapping about three kilometers (two miles) long and 65 meters (213 feet) wide, UNESCO said it was “one of the most extensive healthy coral reefs on record.” The invention was made by divers in November with special equipment that allows them to dive deeper and spend 200 hours on the rocks. “Very exceptional” The UN Heritage Institute said it was very unusual to have healthy corals in cold water at depths of 30 to 65 meters, pointing out that there may be more reefs in a safe environment found in deep warm water at sea. French photographer and UNESCO partner, for rocks, “It was magical to see the beautiful rose corals that stretched as far as the eye could see. It was a work of art.” Used expressions. Audrey Azole, Director-General of UNESCO, “Now we know the surface of the moon better than the deep sea.” He added that only...
    On Thursday, President Joe Biden and his administration frantically walked back an incredibly dangerous blunder that he made less than 24 hours ago. Sitting behind a desk and reading from a script on Thursday, Biden pretended that yesterday didn't happen. 'Well, let me start by first getting a few words about Russia and Ukraine,' he said, looking down to read, 'I've been absolutely clear with President Putin. He has no misunderstanding, if any, any assembled Russian units move across the Ukrainian border, that is an invasion.' The problem is that yesterday, when he wasn't reading from a script, he said something completely different. 'I think what you're going to see is that Russia will be held accountable if it invades,' Biden said on Wednesday at the second press conference of his presidency. 'And it depends on what it does. It's one thing if it's a minor incursion and then we end up having a fight about what to do and not do, et cetera.' Biden may not have intended to give Vladimir Putin a green light for small hit-and-run attacks,...
    The message was unmistakable. At his first press conference since November — an event that was meant to be a reset for a presidency that has already had more resets than a dud satellite box — Joe Biden gave Vladimir Putin the green light to attack Ukraine. That’s what I heard when I watched his mumbling, stumbling performance on Wednesday afternoon. It’s what millions of Americans heard — and it’s what Vladimir Putin was waiting to hear. Biden said that Russia ‘will be held accountable if it invades’ Ukraine, but then added that ‘it depends on what it does’. ‘It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion, and then we end up having a fight about what to do and not do, et cetera,’ Biden went on. ‘But if they actually do what they’re capable of doing with the force amassed on the border, it is going to be a disaster for Russia.’ Biden said that Russia ‘will be held accountable if it invades’ Ukraine, but then added that ‘it depends on what it does’ In other words, Putin is...
    Zara Rutherford is now the youngest woman to fly around the world by herself at the age of 19. Rutherford ended her five-month journey Thursday by landing at Kortrijk Wevelgem International Airport in Belgium, where she was greeted by family, reporters, and fans. After landing, Rutherford wrapped herself in British and Belgian flags and told reporters, "It's just really crazy; I haven't quite processed it." DEFENSE DEPARTMENT RELEASES FOOTAGE OF BOTCHED AFGHAN STRIKE The 19-year-old pilot told reporters at a press conference that she was "so glad" to take on the challenge of flying 32,000 miles by herself. Rutherford began her journey to traverse the globe by herself in August, which replaced immediately going to university after graduation. "I'm attempting to fly solo around the world as the youngest women ever and become an astronaut," she wrote on her Facebook page. Rutherford ran into an assortment of troubles along her trip. Initially planned to be a three-month trip, Rutherford's journey was extended to five months due to legal and weather problems. At one...
    FRANCESCA is certainly one fluffy bunny as she currently holds the world record for the longest fur on a rabbit. The English Angora rabbit, owned by Dr Betty Chu, from Morgan Hill, California, has fur measuring 36.5cm (14.37inches), and claimed the title in the Guinness World Records on August 17, 2014. 3Francesca, an Engish Angora rabbit, has fur more than double the length of a Subway sandwichCredit: Barcroft Media 3Francesca's owner, Dr Betty Chu, says she often gets mistaken for a Pekingese dogCredit: Splash News Due to Francesca’s incredibly long fur, which is more than double the length of a Subway sandwich, she is often mistaken for a Pekingese dog, and needs lots of grooming to keep her fur in top shape. Not only is Francesca a record breaker she has also picked up numerous ‘Best in Show’ awards with the rabbit getting plenty of attention. Dr Chu, who is an expert on the English Angora breed and part of the Northern California Angora Guild, said she usually gets asked questions like “’Is there really a rabbit inside?’ and ‘How...
    In the second round of the Australian Open in Melbourne on Thursday, Quebec Felix Agar-Aliasim got the last word against world number 50 Alejandro Davydovic Fokina of Spain. The “FAA” won four sets, 7-6 (4), 6-7 (4), 7-6 (5) and 7-6 (4), after battling hard against their Spanish rival. Lasted 4 hours 23 minutes. The 21-year-old Queen, who is ranked ninth in the world, defeated Emil Russoorie of Finland 6-4, 0-6, 3-6, 6-3 and 6-4 on Monday. Agar-aliasim now faces Daniel Evans (24th in the world) from the UK. The latter came into the third round with a hamstring injury to Arthur Rinderkneck. He and the FAA have faced each other once in the past, with the Europeans taking the lead. Daniel Medvedev fired Nick Kyrgios Despite giving Nick Kyrgios (115th) a set 7-6 (1), 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 on Thursday, world No. 2 and tournament favorite Daniel Medvedev logically crossed the barrier. Announced clash of the 2nd round of the Australian Open. Carried by the public, Kyrgios, recovering from a coveted disease, played very little since the outbreak in...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — 19-year-old Zara Rutherford has become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world. Rutherford landed at an airport in Belgium on Thursday after flying 32,000 miles over 52 countries, a journey that started on Aug. 19, 2021 and included a stop at Kennedy Airport. READ MORE: NYPD Narcotics Detective Wounded In Shooting On Staten Island Hailed As Hero For Protecting Fellow OfficersBoth of Rutherford’s parents are pilots. Back on Aug. 26, she told CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis it had always been her dream to fly. READ MORE: Search Continues For Gunman After 11-Month-Old Shot By Stray Bullet In BronxRutherford made her final landing in front of a crowd of friends and family cheering her on from the runway. “It’s just really crazy. I haven’t quite processed it I think. I mean, coming here, I was basically in tears just trying to imagine what it would be like to finally be home after five months,” Rutherford said. MORE NEWS: Police: Good Samaritans Break Up Attempted Robbery In Chelsea, Suspects At LargeIn order to meet the criteria for...
    London (CNN Business)Champagne houses are celebrating after sales and exports set new records last year even as pandemic lockdowns forced many bars and restaurants to close.Comité Champagne, a trade association representing more than 16,000 winegrowers and 320 Champagne houses, said Wednesday that France exported a record 180 million bottles of bubbly in 2021, an increase of 38% over the previous year.Global sales of champagne also hit a record €5.5 billion ($6.2 billion).Comité Champagne said that total shipments rose 32% over the previous year to 322 million bottles as people found reasons to celebrate at home."With tourism and the staging of events still reduced due to the health crisis, there is room to believe that home consumption has taken up the slack," the trade group said in a statement. Read More"Consumers have chosen to entertain themselves at home, compensating for the generally gloomy mood with new moments of conviviality and sharing," it added.Detailed export data has not yet been released, but in 2020, the United Kingdom and the United States were the top foreign markets for champagne.Champagne drinking popped back up...
    THE Doomsday Clock is again warning the public about how close we are to destroying our world - thanks to conspiracy theories, the Covid pandemic and nuclear weapons. On Tuesday, scientists will announce the 2022 Doomsday Clock, which will disclose how near they believe humanity is to destruction. 6 The famous Doomsday Clock is located inside the lobby of the Bulletin offices at the University of Chicago, USCredit: AP:Associated Press What is the Doomsday Clock? The symbolic Doomsday Clock was created by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists as an indicator of the world’s susceptibility to apocalypse. It was devised in 1947 by the respected journal - with its clock face signifying the likelihood of man-made global annihilation. The clock is a metaphor for threats to humanity from unchecked scientific and technical advances. So, if the time is set closer to midnight, the closer the world is considered to be to catastrophe. When the clock was created 74 years ago, the greatest danger to humanity came from nuclear weapons, in particular from the prospect that the US and the then...