This guy has some advice for every dad out there whose kids ‘prefer mommy.’

September 15, 2017

There’s a myth floating around that all parents experience love at first sight when their kids are born. We’re told by movies, TV shows, and even commercials that becoming a parent triggers an instant and unbreakable bond between us and our children. But … if you want to know the truth? That doesn’t always happen. It’s pretty common for new parents to deal with confusing bouts of indifference and postpartum…

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NFL TV Ratings Slump Again

September 15, 2017

Fewer people watched the opening week of National Football League coverage than they did last year, a decline TV executives chalk up to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. Cable news and the Weather Channel almost tripled their audiences in prime time and grew fourfold during the day, according to data from the networks, drawing fans away from football. “Thursday Night Football” was down 13 percent, and Sunday games on CBS also…

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Public sector pay cap to be lifted

September 15, 2017

Teachers’ pay declining, warns OECD Reality Check: Is public sector pay higher than private? Unite boss ‘would back illegal strikes’ Public sector pay was frozen for two years in 2010, except for those earning less than £21,000 a year, and since 2013, rises have been capped at 1% – below the rate of inflation. There has been speculation in recent weeks the cap could be lifted in response to worries…

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Violent Body Cam Footage Shows Nurse Being Arrested For Doing Her Job

September 14, 2017

We all rely on the emergency services to help and protect us. However, it would appear that they cannot protect themselves from each other as this shocking footage shows. The appalling 19 minute clip shows the moment a head nurse is violently arrested by a Utah police officer. The footage, released by nurse Alex Wubbels and her attorney, will make your jaw drop, especially when you learn why it happened……

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Woman Caught Biting And Hitting Her Dog On A Train In Tragic Animal Abuse Video

September 14, 2017

Shocking footage has emerged of a woman in Toronto horrifically abusing her dog on the subway. The three-minute video, which can be seen below, was uploaded onto YouTube by Roxy Yuang and is hugely upsetting. The woman can be seen repeatedly biting and striking her dog, which constantly tries to run away from its abusive owner. The woman in question can repeatedly be heard saying “stop it now, you hear…

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China prepares to say goodbye to petrol and diesel cars for good

September 14, 2017

Expect more of these on China's roads.Image: Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images China is looking to fully ban gasoline cars down the road. The surprising announcement was made at an automotive industry forum over the weekend. Xin Guobin, deputy minister of industry and IT, said the ministry has started planning out a timeline for the end of petrol and diesel cars, and light commercial vehicles. SEE ALSO: Tesla’s most expensive cars…

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Heres Everything Youve Ever Wanted To Know About The JonBent Ramsey Murder

September 13, 2017

— 1. JonBenét’s first name is what is know as a “portmanteau” given that her name is a combination of her father’s first and middle name, creating a completely new name. 2. JonBenét was a decorated beauty pageant contestant winning titles such as Little Miss Colorado, Little Miss Charlevoix, Colorado State All-Star Kids Cover Girl, America’s Royale Miss, and National Tiny Miss Beauty. Burke, Patsy, and JonBenét Ramsey. (Splash News)…

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China’s Fossil Fuel Deadline Shifts Focus to Electric Car Race

September 13, 2017

China will set a deadline for automakers to end sales of fossil-fuel-powered vehicles, becoming the biggest market to do so in a move that will accelerate the push into the electric car market led by companies including BYD Co. and BAIC Motor Corp. Xin Guobin, the vice minister of industry and information technology, said the government is working with other regulators on a timetable to end production and sales. The…

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Jacob Rees-Mogg ‘completely opposed’ to abortion – BBC News

September 13, 2017

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionRees-Mogg on abortion and gay marriage Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg says he is “completely opposed” to abortion, including in cases of rape or incest. The backbencher told ITV’s Good Morning Britain that abortion was “morally indefensible”. “Life is sacrosanct and begins at the point of conception,” he said. The North East Somerset MP has recently faced questions about his leadership ambitions, dismissing…

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I love NFL football, but I’m boycotting this year. 22 things I’ll be doing instead.

September 12, 2017

I love NFL football. But we’re officially on a break. For years, I’ve watched beloved college players jet off to the NFL, and I continued following their careers, cheering on their successes on teams across the country. Back when I settled down in Kansas City for five years, I became a Chiefs fan, spending many a Sunday with chili on the stove and a beer in my hand, watching my…

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5 DACA myths debunked

September 12, 2017

(CNN)The decision to end DACA has triggered a political firestorm and prompted protests around the country. First, some critics slammed it as unconstitutional, and more recently, a group ofstates threatened to file a court challenge to the program. “MYTH BUSTER: I, an undocumented immigrant, just filed my taxes and PAID $300 to the state of Arizona,” Sisa wrote. She also had a message for President Donald Trump, “Wanna tell me…

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Obama’s heartfelt post on DACA is going viral.

September 11, 2017

On Tuesday morning, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced plans to wind down former President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Announced in June 2012, DACA was implemented to give undocumented immigrants who were brought here as children some peace of mind while Congress worked on a longer-term solution to the country’s immigration woes. After the Trump administration announced that it would be ending the program over the next…

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Michelle Obama, Serena Williams Literally Got In Formation For Beyoncs Birthday

September 11, 2017

Y’all, Beyoncé was right: She really is that b*tch who causes all this conversation. When it’s my birthday, I invite 52 people on Facebook to come get a drink with me in Midtown, and eight people showed up. When it’s Beyoncé’s birthday, she gets tennis champion Serena Williams and former First Lady Michelle Obama recreating her image in her honor. Seriously: Michelle Obama wished Beyoncé “Happy Birthday” by . An icon, a legend,…

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Equifax is already facing a major class-action lawsuit for its massive data breach

September 11, 2017

Image: AP/REX/Shutterstock That didn’t take long. Two Oregon women filed a class action lawsuit against Equifax Thursday evening, just hours after the credit reporting agency revealed a massive data breach that may have compromised personal information belonging to 143 million Americans. SEE ALSO: Bad news for literally anyone with a credit card: there’s a good chance you just got hacked The complaint accuses Equifax of negligence in protecting consumer data,…

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Heinz channels Pixar in its new Australian ad

September 10, 2017

If you’re in the business of marketing baked beans, you’ll pull out a fair few stops and a large budget to cut through the noise. Heinz has launched their new Australian ad for baked beans, as part of their new ‘Can Size for Every Aussie’ product launch, and it could be mistaken for a Pixar short. SEE ALSO: Google honors ‘Mr. Trololo’ Eduard Khil with his own lovely doodle video…

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I Asked My Daughter What Does Mommy Always Say? Her One-Word Reply Totally Wrecked Me

September 9, 2017

ShareTweet It was supposed to be a fun survey. You ask your child ten questions about yourself and record his or her responses. All my friends were posting their adorable results online: “What does Mommy always say?” “I love you!”  “What does Mommy like to do?” “Make pancakes!”  “What is Mommy good at?” “Making pancakes!” You get the idea. So I sat my three-year-old daughter on my lap, with pen and paper poised…

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Actress Martha Plimpton Brags About Her “Best Abortion”Backfires When Twitter Calls Her Out

September 9, 2017

ShareTweet Martha Plimpton is best known for her roles in television shows like The Goonies and The Real O’Neils, but this week she’s making headlines for a much more disturbing reason. A video shot in June at the Seattle #ShoutYourAbortion event is just starting to gain widespread attention after it was released online. Plimpton, who attended the same event in March of 2016 adorned in an “abortion” dress stamped with…

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How to Leverage Authority Sites to increase leads sales and conversions

September 9, 2017

Imagine being able to leverage a brand and trusted source like CNN or BBC and having YOUR “call to action” right there. That’ll be really amazing.. But first let me ask you, are you facing problem writing high quality (viral) content that gets shares? Or driving traffic to your content….or convert that content into exploding your list and sales? Authority Overlay Authority Overlay is a unique technology that allows anyone…

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Serena Williams Is A MOM!!

September 8, 2017

Congrats are in order for Serena Williams and her beau Alexis Ohanian as the couple just welcomed their first child together! As you may recall, the pair got engaged in December of last year before announcing the exciting pregnancy news just months later.

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Trump Tweets Happy Labor Day, But Twitter Is So Not Having It

September 8, 2017

While many were busy enjoying their holiday weekends (or pretending not to panic about North Korea), President Donald Trump tweeted about Labor Day. His tweet came just hours after he reportedly decided to pull the plug on DACA, a program that protects immigrants who arrived illegally as children. Unsurprisingly, Twitter isn’t having it. The Obama-era policy Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals allows those who arrived in the country as children, also known as…

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Finance Geeks Will Love This New Movie About the Tulip Bubble

September 8, 2017

Markets are governed by two things: math and story. Math is simple. It’s reality, the fundamentals and the underlying supply and demand for whatever’s being traded. The story is where human psychology enters the picture. It’s what causes people to extrapolate wildly, move in herds, and swing from bouts of extreme pessimism to embarrassing optimism. Markets can whipsaw wildly based on story alone, though in the end, raw math eventually…

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