Tonight's election - Clay Jones' Live Blog 2020

reprinted with permission clayjonz posted: " The tradition continues, kids. This year, it's coming to you live from Washington, DC. I am a short walk from the the White House. The only thing between me and it are a few blocks, thousands of cops, military, Secret Service agents, attack dogs, and a" ...
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Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi Episode 5 Impression

On this episode, a demon boy begins his bone collecting rampage. Later, Towa and her friends investigate the demon boy. Wow, I'm starting to love Moroha more and more since the previous episode. She has a nice mixed personality from Inuyasha and Kagome themselves. Anyway, I find it hilarious that the demon boy plot is actually connected to Moroha. Also, it was awesome to see Myoga make an appearance and joins the girls just like the original series. Other than that, they revealed more connection...
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Johnno and Michael Try A Sports Flick

Michael becomes the greatest surfer of all time thanks do his Guardian Angel, but now that he’s achieved his dream - how does he get the ghost of Captain Johnno to leave him alone? We’ve seen the movies where a guardian angel helps the main character achieve their dreams, but what exactly does the spirit do once they are no longer needed? And that’s exactly what this episode of Johnno and Michael explores: Captain Johnno - Michael’s guardian angel - helps Michael train for (and win!) a s...
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Tonikaku Kawaii Episode 5 Impression

On this episode, Tsukasa pressures Nasa to watch movies. Later, Nasa pressures Tsukasa to buy diamond rings as their love symbols. First off, I can't believe this series was almost under my radar and especially it's created by the same author of Hayate no Gotoku which I'm a huge fan of. Plus, Nasa has very close similarities to Hayate. Anyway, it was quite adorable to see Tsukasa reveal her movie passion to Nasa. Also, it was funny that Nasa kept insisting on buying diamond rings as their love s...
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Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka III Episode 5 Impression

On this episode, Wiene's Xenos group gets ambushed by the Ikelos Familia. Later, Ouranos assigns a subjugation force to counter the invading monsters. I felt sad to see Wiene's Xenos group being slaughtered and captured by the Ikelos Familia. It was just unfortunate to see Bell not being involved to help them and Gros becoming more hostile. Also, the subjagation force development is interesting. Now what's going to happen next? I hope Bell can do something against the Ikelos Familia. Overall, sa...
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Mo Willems live-draws tonight

Mo Willems Will Offer "Democracy Doodle" Exercises on Election Night The Kennedy Center education artist-in-residence wants to give you a break on November 3 Written by Andrew Beaujon | Published on October 29, 2020 https://www.washingtonian.com/2020/10/29/mo-willems-will-offer-democracy-doodle-exercises-on-election-night/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Disgaea 6 English Trailers & Artwork Censored

Diligent individuals trying to keep themselves informed on the Western game developers actively censoring Japanese releases have realized that both the trailers and artwork for Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny have been censored, covering up thighs and breasts and desperately trying to make the Disgaea series seem child-friendly. Illustrations placed on the official website were […]
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16 Ways To Unwind During The Election Period

Getty Images AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH It’s the day of the election. I’m sure many of us are feeling the same way, as in, nauseous and terrified and all the things you’d feel on, like, whatever the opposite of Christmas Eve would be. (There’s probably a very long, very specific German word for this.) This is stressful enough without the added nightmare that is the coronavirus pandemic, and as the clock continues to count down as we inch closer and closer to what, regardless of the outco...
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‘Mulan’ Opening Scenes Now Available Online

Disney’s live-action remake of Mulan is now available on Blu-ray and digital, as well as available for premium purchase on Disney+. Things didn’t exactly work out exactly the way Disney wanted with the epic – they had hoped to release Mulan everywhere theatrically and ride to box office glory. Instead, because of the coronavirus, the film ended up going to Disney+ in the U.S. – for an extra price. But if you’ve been waiting around to access Mulan another way, it’s now available on Blu-ray and d...
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Brun Figures It Out

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Apple TV is Coming to Xbox Consoles This Month

Apple TV is expanding to the gaming community. The Apple TV app is set to debut on Xbox consoles this month, on the heels of the streaming app’s launch on Sony’s PS4 and PS5 consoles and just in time for the Xbox Series X and Series S launch. The Verge reports that Apple TV will debut on Xbox consoles this month, with the new Apple TV+ app set to be available across Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S consoles on November 10. Apple TV has been noticeably absent from Xbox consoles since...
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Electrical Cable Jammed up 13-Year-Old Boy’s Bladder for 3 Months

Yet another curious youth living in China has done the painfully regretful deed of inserting an object up his urethra, the “choice of obstruction” this time being an electrical cable, which was nestled in the child an entire three months before being extracted by doctors. The victim, a 13-year-old boy known as Xiao He, had […]
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Superhero Bits: Meet the Immortal Wonder Woman, Wesley Snipes Refutes ‘Blade: Trinity’ Story & More

Who is the Immortal Wonder Woman coming in DC’s Future State comic event? Why did Zack Snyder’s Justice League trailer get pulled from YouTube? What scared executives into recutting Suicide Squad? What did Wesley Snipes say about the story of him trying to choke the Blade: Trinity director? What’s up with Thor smashing his face into glass in many Marvel movies? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. In honor of Election Day 2020, Alex Ross took a look back at his original gra...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Suicide Squad, Justice-League, Trinity, Batman, Thor, Avengers, Ryan Coogler, Sam, Doctor Strange, Wesley Snipes, Leonard Cohen, Robin, Nubia, Alex Ross

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Frankenstein’: See What Doug Jones Would Have Looked Like as the Monster in the Film That Never Happened

Guillermo del Toro‘s Frankenstein movie, which never got made, is just one of many great “what if” Hollywood scenarios involving the cinephile director. He had been talking about making the movie as far back as 2008, but sadly, it never gained enough traction to get it to the starting line. It did, however, get far enough that del Toro’s frequent collaborator, actor Doug Jones, saw a bust of his own head as Frankenstein’s monster, and in a recent interview, he describes what his version of the ...
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DaBaby’s Older Brother Glen Johnson Dies by Suicide, He Reportedly Shot Himself in the Head

DaBaby’s brother has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, TMZ reports. According to the gossip site, the rapper’s older brother Glen Johnson took his life Tuesday (Nov. 3) in Charlotte, North Carolina. Glen had reportedly shared a video on social media of himself earlier in the day sitting in a car with a gun, and he was said to be “visibly upset and crying.” The video reportedly showed DaBaby’s brother talking about being wronged a lot in the past, and not long afterward, close sources sai...
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‘Bridgerton’ Trailer: Shonda Rhimes Brings a Little Scandal in Her First Netflix Series

Scandal (and the creator of Scandal) has come to Regency England. Shonda Rhimes’ first major original series for Netflix has finally arrived, with a glitzy, racially diverse trailer that puts Rhimes’ signature brand of soap to the period drama. Bridgerton is based on Julia Quinn’s best-selling series of novels, and from the trailer, looks like a Gossip Girl threw on a corset. Watch the Bridgerton trailer below. Bridgerton Trailer When Shonda Rhimes first signed a multimillion dollar dea...
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Is a Confederate flag hate speech? NAR won’t say — for now

Could using the term "white privilege" or displaying a bumper sticker with the Confederate flag be considered hate speech under the National Association of Realtors' proposed ethics changes?
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‘Veneno’ Trailer: The Story of La Veneno Comes to HBO Max

Cristina Ortiz, AKA La Veneno, was a Spanish singer, actress, sex worker, media personality, and one of the first transgender women to become widely known in Spain. She rose to fame in the 1990s before vanishing from public life and then returning to TV for appearances. By this time, the internet had become a more common thing, leading younger generations to discover her. That sets the stage for Veneno, a new HBO Max series about a young journalist who discovers, and is drawn to, La Veneno. Wat...
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‘The Lair’ Will Be the Next Subterranean Horror Movie From Director Neil Marshall

Neil Marshall, the filmmaker behind The Descent and a guy whose name is embroiled in an ongoing Hollywood scandal involving his fiancee, actress Charlotte Kirk, has a new project lined-up. Marshall will helm the action-horror pic The Lair, about a Royal Air Force pilot who gets shot down in Afghanistan and stumbles upon a bunker full of monsters. This isn’t exactly fresh material for Marshall – The Descent, arguably his best film, also involves people fighting subterranean creatures. These da...
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Dokyuu Hentai HxEros Ero-Manga Bustling With Sexual Energy

Dokyuu Hentai HxEros and its unconstrained erotic shenanigans will possibly make the 11th volume of its superb manga worthwhile as a girl completely covered in sultry tattoos goes around straddling males; meanwhile, the girls all participate in a “yuri battle” of orgasmic proportions that would make any male wish they were there to join them. […]
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HBO Max Pulls ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Trailer From YouTube Over Music Rights

There’s nothing Zack Snyder loves more than overlaying Leonard Cohen’s mournful ballad “Hallelujah” over slow-motion scenes or slow-motion trailers. But this time, it seems Snyder’s practice came back to bite the filmmaker in the butt, after HBO Max pulled Zack Snyder’s Justice League trailer (which extensively featured Cohen’s song) from YouTube over music rights issues. The trailer for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, which debuted at the Warner Bros. DC FanDome virtual event earlier this sum...
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Ubisoft’s ‘Avatar’ Video Game Delayed So It Can Be Released Closer to James Cameron’s Sequels

Audiences won’t be saying “I see you” to Ubisoft’s new Avatar video game until sometime in 2022. Back in 2017, the video game giant announced that a brand new Avatar game was in the works courtesy of Massive Entertainment, the same company that made games like The Division, Far Cry 3, and South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Things have been quiet for years when it comes to status updates about the new project, but on a recent earnings call, Ubisoft revealed that the new Avatar game won’t be co...
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‘Bob’s Burgers’ Creator Talks the Challenges of Making the Show and the Movie at the Same Time

Not only was there supposed to be a Bob’s Burgers movie on the big screen earlier this year, but there was a musical short film that would have also been released in theaters too. But unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic ruined all those plans. Thankfully, the Bob’s Burgers movie is still slated to arrive in theaters, and the silver lining is that the pandemic has given them ample to to really polish the final cut. However, as creator Loren Bouchard and supervising animator Janelle Momary re...
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Talented Artists Really Getting a Leg up for Tights Day

The passionate affection had for feminine apparel has not wavered on social media as countless artists have shared illustrations for Tights Day, the images naturally featuring all sorts of familiar anime girls wearing the legwear and hopefully being effective at turning any sour day into a positive one. While many contributions celebrating the unofficial holiday […]
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Leave Open Enrollment Stress Behind

NAR PULSE—Enrolling In a 2021 ACA qualified major medical plan is easy with the personal assistance available to all National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) members through REALTORS® Insurance Place, offering insurance and coverage solutions under the REALTOR Benefits® Program. Realty Executives Partners With RPR® to Expand Local Market Knowledge Across the U.S. RPR® and Realty Executives have teamed up to provide their agents with a new learning experience titled the “Realty Executives Proper...
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New Simulation Course Aims to Show the Impact of Housing Bias

REALTOR® Sandra A. Butler has watched the national discourse on race in recent months spark positive discussions among her peers about the role they can play in protecting consumers from fair housing violations. “With everything that has happened in this country, it seems like it’s taken a totally different focus since George Floyd was killed,” Butler says, referencing Floyd’s death in Minneapolis. “It’s more apparent and more urgent since all of the racial unrest happened this year. “The fair h...
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Connecting With Clients in Innovative Ways

Homes.com helps North Carolina broker expand his business An Army veteran and current broker at Wilkinson ERA in Charlotte, N.C., Blake Smith has carved out a career for himself by supporting his local community and seeking innovative ways to connect with potential clients. Smith first heard about Homes.com’s extensive suite of product offerings just last year. Like many, he had been aware of Homes.com for many years, but it wasn’t until a 2019 sales call that he became aware of the variety of s...
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Growing With the Right People

How NextHome Continues to Reshape Real Estate In a year when business has been anything but usual, NextHome leaned into its “humans over houses” philosophy to rally its members and help them stay the course and serve their communities. With a deep tech stack and a newly launched luxury division, NextHome is steadily advancing on its impressive growth trajectory, despite the challenges 2020 has presented. Here, Vice President of Sales, Charis Moreno, explains what’s behind the drive that keeps N...
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Lori Loughlin’s tough start at Dublin prison: COVID-19 quarantine, no visits, cheap hygiene products

Trading in her silky blouses and designer suits for a plain brown shirt, khaki pants and prison-issue bra and panties are not the only life-style changes that Lori Loughlin is probably dealing with right now, after starting her two-month sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin on Friday. The disgraced TV star traded in the luxury of her $9 million Los Angeles-area mansion for the life of a federal prison inmate after pleading guilty for her role in the college admissions scand...
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‘No Time to Die’: Rami Malek’s Bond Villain is “Bigger” Than Blofeld, Cary Fukunaga Says

No Time to Die is already going to be a major event when it hits theaters next year: it’s the swan song for Daniel Craig, who makes his final outing as James Bond, it comes after nearly a year of pandemic delays, and it features recent Oscar winner Rami Malek as a mysterious villain. And that villain, who we only know as “Safin,” is going to be even “bigger” than Christoph Waltz’s Blofeld from Spectre, according to director Cary Fukunaga. There’s plenty of mystery that cloaks No Time to Die,...
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