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8.12.2019 08:05
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New Book Claims Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were Israeli Spies

Jennifer Smith Daily Mail Dec 5, 2019 A new book about Jeffrey Epstein‘s crimes makes the far-fetched claim that he and Ghislaine Maxwell were in fact spies working for Israel’s Mossad and that they lured prominent Western politicians and businessmen into sleeping with underage girls in order to blackmail them. OPERATION  BLACKMAIL: JEFFREY EPSTEIN and GHISLAINE […] The post New Book Claims Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were Israeli Spies appeared first on Darkmoon.

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8.12.2019 01:01
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Strictly’s Motsi Mabuse on racism, motherhood and shaking up this year’s show

MOTSI Mabuse might well spend Christmas Day collapsed in an exhausted heap. For the past three months Strictly Come Dancing’s newest judge has been mainly functioning on pure adrenalin, flying back and forth between filming commitments in the UK and her home in Germany, while also running her dance school and being mum to a […]

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7.12.2019 23:58
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The Sun’s Jane Moore joins The Big Sleep Out to help the homeless

DURING this time of year, the plight of rough sleepers comes into sharp focus. But for the homeless it is a year-round problem. In 2018, the Government announced its £100million plan to “end rough sleeping by 2027”. But according to the latest report by charity Shelter, at least 320, 000 people are now homeless. Other figures […]

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7.12.2019 23:50
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9 Old-Fashioned Items That Might Just Improve Your Life

If you long for a sense of realness, simplicity, nostalgia, or down-to-earth goodness, consider incorporating some of the these into your home and life.

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7.12.2019 23:30
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WSL news: Chelsea star Beth England worked night shifts in a chippy before hitting the big time

BETH ENGLAND has revealed how she worked night shifts in a chippy while playing semi-pro before hitting the big time with Chelsea. The 25-year-old striker would work from 10pm to 6am three days a week to make ends meet while at Doncaster Belles. Getty The England star said: “When I was part-time at Donny and […]

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7.12.2019 23:30
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Inside the secret life of Ozil with Arsenal star planning to fund 1,000 kids’ operations and feeding 100,000 homeless

HANGING on the kitchen wall inside Mesut Ozil’s multi-million pound North London house is a framed  letter from his beloved mum. Mrs Gulizar Ozil hung it there herself shortly after he signed for Arsenal from Real Madrid for £42.5million six years ago. It reads: “Mesut, don’t forget, in life you are a guest in this […]

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7.12.2019 19:33
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Lawmakers Urge AG Barr to Prosecute Obscene Pornography Producers, Distributors

Four Republican lawmakers sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr to urge him to take action against producers and distributors of obscene pornography. The letter, obtained by the National Review, was signed by Reps. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.), and Brian Babin (R-Texas) and asks the Justice Department to enforce […]

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7.12.2019 16:28
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Steve McQueen’s Granddaughter Is All Grown Up and the Family Resemblance Is Incredible

Iconic actor Steve McQueen was (and is) widely revered as “The King of Cool.” Born in Indiana, McQueen rose to fame as the antihero of American cinema in the 1960s and was known for roles in movies such as The Magnificent Seven, The Great Escape, The Thomas Crown Affair, and Bullitt. McQueen had a turbulent […]

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7.12.2019 15:00
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Radio star Elvis Duran shares his best advice for standing out and building an audience

Dan Schawbel and Elvis Duran.

Elvis started his career as an on-air personality at WIOQ, Philadelphia's top music radio station, and eventually became the program director before getting fired back in 1990. A year later, he became the program director and morning show host of KGSR in Austin, Texas. From there, he had a stint at Z-93 in Atlanta and 104 in Houston, before finally landing at Z100 in New York City. As the daily host of the "Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, " he and his team grew to 30 stations in a single year. Today, the show is America's most listened to Top 40 morning show and one of the 10 most listened to programs in all of radio, heard live by nearly 10 million people in more than 80 markets across the country.  In the below conversation, Elvis Duran talks about how he overcame mistakes in his childhood, how losing 100 pounds changed his life, coming out as gay, how to build a personal brand, and his best career advice. Dan Schawbel: Looking back when you were a teenager, what are some of the biggest mistakes you made, and how did you overcome them? Elvis Duran: I think the biggest mistakes I made were the ones I needed to make — where I didn't communicate well with management or I partied a little too hard when I should've been focusing on my work. I was way into my career until I realized that you really should go to work sober. But I was in college and that was a long time ago. I made a lot of mistakes, but, you know, I don't feel like I should be ashamed of them or regret them because every step forward and every step backward we lose is important to make us who we are.  Dan: In 2014, you had this big surgery where you lost over a hundred pounds. How did that change your life? Elvis: Oh, everything. I wasn't sweating when I was walking up staircases. I could put clothes on. I could buy in stores. I never ever hated myself for being obese, but getting around in this world of ours is difficult when you're overweight. It changed my life in so many ways. My mom and dad who have passed away, I watched them make bad health decisions in their later years and they paid for it for many years. They died slowly. I said I don't want to do that, so I decided I had to get healthy. When they retired, they really didn't have a plan. You need to have a plan. You can't just go, "Okay, I'm done working now." I learned that I needed to take care of myself and have a roadmap of what to do next. I never was a five- or 10-year plan kind of guy. I just took the jobs that were available, did them, and now I'm realizing I lucked out doing that because not everyone can succeed that way.  Elvis Duran Dan: You came out as gay many years ago and you recently got married. Was it hard to initially come out as gay? Were you fearing the reaction by other people? Elvis: I've always been out to my friends and most of my family and everyone I went to high school with. I've been out as a

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7.12.2019 15:00
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These 10 'voice-first' startups are building apps for smart speakers, cars and watches that will completely change how we use computers

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The ascent of mobile devices and cloud computing spurred a new generation of startups that were mobile-first, or mobile-only, designing their products for smartphone users instead of desktop users. The same is happening for voice. As more people equip their homes with smart speakers, displays, vacuums, and thermostats, a new crop of startups are racing to create apps for these voice-controlled devices. Others are testing the boundaries of voice computing with applications in cognitive neuroscience and early childhood development. Startups are taking voice computing outside the home, with hands-free apps for the phone and voice-controlled games for the car. Paul Bernard, director of Amazon's corporate venture fund, Alexa Fund, said the rise of use cases that go beyond asking for the weather forecast or setting an alarm will help voice technology become mainstream. "I've had my eye on the idea that Alexa would need to become untethered from the home at some point to fully manifest the vision of pervasive ambient voice computing, " he said. From new ways to shop to audio erotica, these are the voice-first startups to watch.SEE ALSO: Goodbye screens, Hello voice: Tech's biggest platform shift since the smartphone is happening. Here's what it means. SEE ALSO: In-house venture funds at Amazon and Google are leading the charge into the voice-first revolution and pouring millions of dollars into startups Volley thinks smart speakers are the future of family game night. What it is: Founded by a pair of former roommates at Harvard, Volley builds voice-controlled games for smart speakers and phones. Its top titles, like "Song Quiz" and "Yes Sire, " have captured a following of more than half a million users in the Alexa Skills Store. The power of voice, says cofounder Max Child, is that it makes it easy for anyone ages 5 to 95 to pick up the rules of a game. There's no fumbling with a controller or a screen. Volley's games allow people to play together gathered around a speaker, which makes them a high-tech substitute for the board game. Child, who grew up playing intense games of Cranium, said the company sees huge spikes in users playing in groups of two or more on holidays. Founded: 2017 by Max Child and James Wilsterman. Funding: $5.75 million from Advancit Capital, Amplify.LA, MTGx, Rainfall Ventures, Y Combinator, and NFX Capital, among others. HereAfter lets people hear stories from their dead loved ones after they're gone. What it is: Almost as soon as James Vlahos, a journalist, wrote about the chatbot that he created to mimic his dying father, he started hearing from people who wanted a "legacy bot" of their own. His company, HereAfter, transforms hours of recorded interviews with a subject into a

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