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Chrissy Teigen wishes husband John Legend a Happy Father's Day amid cyberbullying scandal

“There are no words. Only tears that I am fresh out of,” Teigen wrote in an Instagram post. “To our everything, we love you forever.”
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Chrissy Teigen is 'Fresh Out of Tears' in Father's Day Post for John

Chrissy Teigen is taking a break from her bullying drama to praise John Legend on Father's Day.
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Comment on Frequently Asked Questions by Peace Gold

I have great joy in my heart as I’m writing this testimony about the great man called Dr.John, When my lover left me, I thought i will not be able to get her back after all she has put me through, but I am so happy that after the interference of Dr.John, I was able to get my lover back within 48 hours. And I can proudly say that who ever need help in getting his lover back should contact Dr.John on these contact details below, Drjohnsoco @ gmail. com, for quicker response of what I have just wi...
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Folsom Cafe Owners Dip Into Savings, Sell Everything To Keep Business Alive

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Tags: Business, News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, John, PPP, Consumer, Amanda Watson, Voelz, CBSN Sacramento Feed, Folsom Cafe Owners, Reset Café, John Voelz Voelz, Tahni


Folsom Cafe Owners Dip Into Savings, Sell Everything To Keep Business Alive

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Tags: Business, News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, John, PPP, Consumer, Amanda Watson, Voelz, CBSN Sacramento Feed, Folsom Cafe Owners, Reset Café, John Voelz Voelz, Tahni


"Joan Crawford is a circus performer who can’t stand men’s hands, while Lon Chaney plays an armless knife thrower."

That's a description of the movie "The Unknown"....  ... which my son John ranks as his 4th favorite movie of 1927, in his ongoing project "101 Years of Movies/My favorite movies of each year from 1920 to 2020." That movie was certainly unknown to me. I'd never heard of his 3rd-ranked movie either. And of the 4 movies, I've only seen the second one. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Movies, Law, John, Lon Chaney, Joan Crawford, Jaltcoh, Ann Althouse


ATF Halts All New Opinion Letters For Unfinished Frames and Receivers

Polymer 80 Glock Pistol Build with Jig Finished WASHINGTON D.C. –-(Ammoland.com)-The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) has halted all issuances of new opinion letters to any company submitting samples for “non-firearms” items. JSD Supply sent an email to the ATF inquiring about its request for an opinion letter from The Firearms and Ammunition Technology Division (FATD) about its new unfinished Smith and Wesson M&P, CZ Scorpion Evo, and Sig Sauer p365 products. The AT...
Tags: Guns, Congress, California, Washington, Pennsylvania, John, States, Biden, Smith, Nra, Brown, Northern Virginia, ATF, Sig Sauer, Giffords, John Crump


Tens of Thousands in Dark After Blackout Hits USVI

The U.S. Virgin Islands' power company is reporting a complete blackout in St. John and St. Thomas, which is the U.S. territory’s most populated island.
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VIDEO: The NEW Rock Island Armory STK100 Striker Fired Handgun

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves meets with John of RIA to discuss the new Rock Island Armory STK100 striker-fired, aluminum-framed handgun. This gun is, essentially, an aluminum-framed Glock clone that has about 90% parts compatibility with the Glock 3rd gen handguns. However, the STK100 has a number of features that aren’t featured on […] Read More … The post VIDEO: The NEW Rock Island Armory STK100 Striker Fired Handgun appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, John, RIA, Armscor, Pistols, TFBTV, Rock Island Armory, James Reeves, Semi-Auto, Striker fired, STK100, Aluminum-framed


Interview: OlliOlli Devs Speak On New Art, Welcoming in Players, THPS1+2, and More

OlliOlli World is shaping up to be a fantastic installment in the skateboarding series. Roll7 is focusing more on a more casual experience while also not diminishing any of its many skill-based mechanics. A lot of this comes from Co-CEO Simon Bennett and Creative Director John Ribbins. Both are skateboarders, too, and their views of the sport have changed since making the first OlliOlli way back in 2014. Senior Gaming Editor Michael Leri recently spoke with both of them to talk about this chang...
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Just when the Middle Ages couldn’t get worse, everyone had bunions

In a unique study, researchers have determined how many people in medieval England had bunionsA fashion trend towards pointed toe shoes made the affliction common. Even monks got in on the trend, much to their discomfort later in life.Late Medieval England had its share of problems. The Wars of Roses raged, the Black Death killed off large parts of the population, and passing ruffians could say "Ni" at will to old ladies .To make matters worse, a first of its kind study published in the Inte...
Tags: Health, Fashion, England, History, Innovation, Cambridge, John, St John, All Saints, Krakow Poland, International Journal of Paleopathology, Copyright Cambridge Archaeological Unit


Brazil Dating Sites

She’s also joined a health club to its very first time in history, also plays tennis at a women’s league. Low selfesteem and inadequate self-image will naturally make you doubt your own worthiness. Named after the famed Buffalo Bill, Cody is where the cowboy and cowgirl culture still thrives. Additionally, resist driving sex and also let physical intimacy happen naturally. As a general rule, you would like to incorporate your man into your circle before you introduce them to your family. But if ...
Tags: Life, Relationship, Brazil, John, Zoosk, Bay Area, Bill Cody, Bangkok Kowalke Relationship Coaching, Kelly Steckleberg


Lynwood man convicted of stealing painkillers in robberies of Southern California pharmacies

A Lynwood man was found guilty Wednesday of federal robbery charges for organizing and leading a crew that committed 15 armed robberies of independent, mom-and-pop pharmacies across Southern California, with the intent of illegally selling the stolen prescription medication. Tyrome “Boobie” Lewis, 26, was found guilty of all eight felony charges he faced. Lewis has been in federal custody since his arrest in July 2019, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. In a ruling issued Wednesday, follow...
Tags: News, Theft, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, John, Local News, Southern California, Lewis, Riverside, Kronstadt, Opioids, Lynwood, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE


Brood X Cicada Observations, Unenlightened and Free of the Usual Facts

I hate it when a website wants to know my birthday. Nothing like scrolling and scrolling and scrolling through all those years I can barely remember to remind me that I am–in gardening terms–beyond rejuvenation and probably in need of removal. Yesterday, I found that it is just as appalling to divvy up my age in multiples of 17 to count off all the Brood Ten cicada outbreaks I’ve survived. Those ages were 61 with this brood, and previously ages 44, 27, and 10. I remember all of them as markers f...
Tags: Facebook, Gardening, Mommy, John, Michele, Gardening on the Planet, Scott Beuerlein, Cicadas, Random Topics


This Week on Shooting USA – CMP Talladega 600

CMP Talladega 600 Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- Competition is back and so are the shooters for the Talladega 600. For the Civilian Marksmanship Program, it’s a Mini-Nationals named the Southern Classic. Then Adaptive Shooters gather to learn and shoot IDPA challenges at Trevor Baucom’s Adaptive Summit. Plus, the rarest of English sporting guns from the Doctor who loves shooting flint. Dr. Lewis Drake assembles a million-dollar collection of rare guns for us, including one with an action you...
Tags: Usa, Guns, America, Canada, Nashville, John, Julie, Talladega, Civilian Marksmanship Program, Hornady, Competitive Shooting News, Jim Scoutten, Shooting USA, Trevor Baucom, USA AIR TIMES, Outdoor Channel Shooting USA


Papa don't breach: UK data watchdog fines that other pizza place £10,000 over unsolicited marketing blitz

Papa John's falls foul of 'soft opt-in' exemption in PECR rules Pizza takeaway and delivery outfit Papa John's has been fined £10,000 by the UK's data watchdog for sending marketing fluff to punters without their say-so.…
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France, Partners Seek Urgent Aid to Help Lebanese Army, Says French Official

By John IrishPARIS (Reuters) - World powers will seek to raise tens of millions of dollars in emergency aid for the Lebanese army at a meeting on...
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"We talk about 'old movies,' but I like to think of movies that come out today as 'old,' because they come from an industry that’s been around for over a century."

"I’d rather talk about movies from the 1920s as 'young movies.' It can be exciting to see the medium in its youth, when the whole idea of a movie was more fresh and new, not as weighed down by the accumulation of influences and expectations." Writes John Althouse Cohen as he begins a blog called "101 Years of Movies" (subtitle: "My favorite movies of each year from 1920 to 2021").His choices for years 1920 and 1921 are already up. I know he's put a lot of movie-watching and thought into this pro...
Tags: Movies, Law, John, Jaltcoh, John Althouse Cohen, Ann Althouse


Defensive asset allocation and model portfolios

W hat should your defensive asset allocation look like? How do the fixed income asset classes and bond sub-asset classes fit together? We often hear from readers who’d like help with this aspect of portfolio construction. So let’s talk through the best defensives and table some asset allocation suggestions. Let’s also acknowledge that many people are nervous about holding bonds right now and wonder whether they still have a role to play. If that’s you, then first read up on why we think bonds ...
Tags: UK, Marketing, Global, Investing, Best, John, Bonds, Government Bonds, Infrastructure Energy, Passive investing, Monevator, Gilts, Intermediates, Asset Allocation


St John Ambulance: Ask Me

Over 2,000 posters and billboards will feature stunning portraits of volunteers and patients with provocative quotes inviting the public to ask them about their real-life St John experiences including: “Ask me how my grandson saved my l...
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Tenderness Is the Only Way Forward

A year ago, we hung origami cranes from our crabapple tree. We chose a variety of colors and flowered patterned papers to fold into birds, and then punched a hole at the tips of their tails for the string. In the midst of a brand new season of school-at-home, with words like “quarantine” and “stay-at-home-order,” cancelled plans, and looking for new headlines by the hour, something as small as folding origami cranes felt like grace for our eyes and our hands. We watched the pointy birds sway in ...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, John, Samaria, Tender, Encouragement, Tenderness, Sychar, Marco Polo Facetiming


Debut pro win earns Murphy first European Tour start

John Murphy hits a bunker shot on the 14th hole during Singles at the 2021 Walker Cup at Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Fla. on Saturday, May 8, 2021. (Chris Keane/USGA) Kinsale’s John Murphy fired rounds of 67 and 68 on his professional debut to win the Clutch Pro Tour’s Northern Ireland Open by four shots and earn a place in the European Tour’s I...
Tags: Sweden, Sport, South Africa, Golf, European Tour, Ncaa, John, Murphy, John Murphy, University of Louisville, Ballymena, Chris Keane, Byron Nelson, Kinsale, K Club, Dermot McElroy


Is radio still enjoyable? Here’s what readers had to say

Last week, I asked two questions: Do you enjoy radio, and more importantly, why? I didn’t really give much thought to it, but a related question is: Do you still enjoy radio? As it turns out, that comes out in your emails over the past few days. You did and do enjoy it; otherwise, you probably wouldn’t be reading this column. But your responses are important, I believe, to move the industry forward such that it will still be relevant in the years ahead. Here’s what you had to say: “You mentioned...
Tags: California, Molly, Washington, Sport, Ted, Soccer, Union, John, Venice, Bob, Seattle, Panama, Ray, Jack Benny, Klos, Barkley


Making TV Like Features (But Better)

John and Craig welcome back writing partners Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi (The Invitation, Ride Along, The Mysterious Benedict Society) to discuss their transition from film to television. They chat about structuring a full season, adapting a novel, and the hierarchy of power in TV. We follow up on MoviePass, take a look at a monster showrunner, and enlist Phil and Matt to answer our backlog of questions on writing partners. In our bonus segment for premium members, John asks the guys how they s...
Tags: John, John August, Moviepass, Craig, Phil, Matt, WGA, Craig Mazin, Screenwriting, Scriptnotes, Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi, Mysterious Benedict Society, Ryan Riley, Megana Rao, Matthew Chilelli Email


Stripe: Not just a company, but a civilization in making

1. The Collisons think super long-term. Employees talk about how the company doesn’t think in years…it thinks in decades. That comes from the top. 2. They are hyper-patient recruiters In an interview with @johnolilly, @patrickc talked about how he courted key recruits for *more than three years* before they joined Stripe. They are “painfully persistent.” 3. Stripe is aggressively transparent For a long time, every Stripe employee was BCC’d on every other employee’s emails. Lik...
Tags: Business, Tech, Alibaba, Tencent, Treasury, John, Sigma, Patrick, John President, Thethreadmill, John Claire


Leak Shows People Being Added to Prohibited List Without Due Process

Leak Shows People Being Added to Prohibited List Without Due Process (Dave Workman) WASHINGTON, D.C. –-(Ammoland.com)-Can you be added to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) “Prohibited” list without being convicted of a crime? According to leaked documents received by AmmoLand News, the answer appears to be “yes.” The document in question is called “Guidance for Requesting a Submission of the NICS Indices Unlawful User/Addicted of a Controlled Substance Files.” It le...
Tags: Guns, Fbi, John, Nra, Northern Virginia, NICS, Federal Firearms License, Dave Workman, Gun Rights News, AmmoLand News, John Crump John, NICS Indices


Valencia resident reunites with doctors who helped get him back on his feet after spinal injury

John Knight, who had a spinal injury and paralysis, holds his 14-month-old daughter Alyssa during a visit on Monday, June 14, 2021 to Northridge Hospital Medical Center’s physical therapy department where he learned to walk again. At 13 months Alyssa took her first steps on the same day her father walked again three years earlier. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) John Knight visits with Dr. Danny Arzanipour, medical director of rehab, and physical therapist Gary Quist...
Tags: Health, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Healthcare, Community, John, Local News, Valencia, Knight, LA County, Tahiti, San Fernando Valley, Alana, Alyssa


Spain v Sweden: Euro 2020 - live!

Live updates from the 8pm BST kick-off in SevillePoland 1-2 Slovakia: Skriniar strike sinks 10-man PolesRodri: ‘I learn from Busquets but I have always been me’Email John or tweet @JohnBrewin_ with your thoughts 7.11pm BST Aymeric Laporte is the headline selection for Spain, having switched nationalities, and become his new country’s senior centre-back. Luis Enrique XI tonight has 8 players from their most recent WC qualifier v Kosovo - in comes Rodri for Busquets, Pau Torres was injured and...
Tags: Sweden, Football, Spain, Sport, John, Slovakia, European Championship, Kosovo, Luis Enrique, Aymeric Laporte, Morata, Laporte, BST, Busquets, Victor Lindelof, Rodri


Greenland 2 in the Works with Gerard Butler & Morena Baccarin to Return

According to Deadline, Thunder Road Pictures is currently in the process of developing a follow-up feature to last year’s sci-fi action thriller Greenland, which will be titled Greenland: Migration. Director Ric Roman Waugh will once again direct the sequel, reuniting him with the first film’s writer Chris Sparling. In addition, lead stars Gerard Butler (300) and Morena Baccarin (Deadpool films) are both attached to reprise their roles as husband and wife, John and Allison Garrity. The 2020 fil...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Drama, France, Germany, Action, John, Greenland, Gerard Butler, Butler, Kandahar, Anton, Waugh, Morena Baccarin, Ric Roman Waugh, Alan Siegel


Physocarpus on trial

Physocarpus Midnight ('Jonight') I’m a big fan of Physocarpus, ninebark as they’re known in North America from the way the bark repeatedly rolls back off the maturing stems. Though why it isn’t eightbark or tenbark I really don’t know. These are hardy as rocks, deciduous shrubs grown for their colourful foliage, their clusters of white flowers, their autumn leaf colour and, to a lesser extent, their berries. The first to come to our attention in modern times were ‘Diablo’, with dark purple ...
Tags: Europe, Gardening, Featured, Dart, Wales, France, Pennsylvania, Trial, John, Norfolk, North America, Northamptonshire, Graham Rice, Shrubs, New plants, RHS Garden