By & by emily belfiore | Thu., 26 Sep. 2019 6:22 AM Share Tweet Email Brushing off trolls is nothing new for celebrities—and the stars of Jimmy Kimmel Live!'s 12th edition of "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" handled their social media haters like pros.Jimmy Kimmel's fan-favorite segment, where stars read nasty comments written about them, aired on Wednesday night with guests from television and film, including Zendaya, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jon Hamm, Maisie Williams, Will Ferrell, Martin Short, David Harbour, Fred Savage, David Spade, Tiffany Haddish, Mark Hamill, Sarah Paulson, Chris Rock, and Jeff Goldblum.This time around, the celebs in the hot seat had the best clap backs for their mean tweets and were able to put each tweet's anonymous author in their place. "I bet Zendaya's feet smell like Funyuns," the Euphoria star read. She then took off one of her sequined heels to prove them wrong. "Let's check, shall … [Read more...] about Zendaya, Jake Gyllenhaal & More Have The Best Clap Backs To These “Mean Tweets”
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Dan Dierdorf, right, of the St. Louis Cardinals in 1976. Photo: NFL Photos/AP Photo I was 12 years old when my beloved St. Louis football Cardinals, of Jim Hart and Dan Dierdorf and Roy Green and Big Red training camp in Charleston, Illinois, moved West to Arizona and left me and a gaggle of other crying Midwesterners in their wake. That team was everything to me, as much as anything can be everything to a 12-year-old. It was impossible for me to understand owner Bill Bidwill’s penny-pinching, or his demand for a new stadium downtown, or the promise of a new start in the American desert: As far as I was concerned, Arizona was in China. I just knew my team was gone. And by gone, I mean gone. In 1988, when your team left town, it vanished. Television showed only five games a week, and basically never featured the dismal Phoenix Cardinals. Local newspapers had no need to cover a team 1,500 miles away. ESPN was still known more for Australian-rules football than for the … [Read more...] about In the Future of Sports Fandom, State Lines Mean Nothing
With so much interaction done online, it's increasingly tricky to know when your child is potentially in danger . The line between trusting your child (and respecting their privacy) and policing them out of concern is a fine one for parents to tread. The online world is perpetually changing, and it can be difficult to be alert to which mediums are used and what exactly is going on. To help worried parents, the Police Service of Northern Ireland have elected to post an American style graphic sexting dictionary on Facebook for parents to familiarise themselves with online talk. It is a decision which the PSNI have also had to defend. The police in Newry and Mourne asked parents on Facebook: Do you understand text talk? The page of abbreviations is as alarming as it eye-opening. Ranging from salacious come-ons to disturbing orders to "kill yourself" it gives a sometimes uncomfortable glimpse into what happen online. Presumably more in-the-know, young readers have pointed out the urban … [Read more...] about Secret sexting codes you need to know to protect your child – do you know what LMIRL means?
By Jeremiah Urowayino The publisher of Delta Trumpet and son of Nigerian first Finance Minister, Chief Festus Okotie-Eboh, Mr Emma Okotie-Eboh has stated that the drastic economic and financial measures being put in place by President Muhammadu Buhari for the survival of the country has revealed to the world that the president means well for the country. READ ALSO:Sowore: Archbishop of Canterbury replies SERAP(Opens in a new browser tab) Okotie-Eboh who is also the Chairman, Warri Consultative Forum, WCF, made this disclosure in Warri yesterday in a chat with newsmen, noting that “the political will of President Buhari to close Nigeria borders with neighboring countries that use Nigeria as a dumping ground for all manner of goods, consumables, and drugs, be it genuine or fake should serve as a standard for the in-coming democratic dispensation”. “The ordering of forensic audit of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC that has become the cash cow of some … [Read more...] about President Buhari means well for Nigeria – Okotie-Eboh
Life will mean life for child killers under a Conservative government. As part of the Tories crackdown on "soft justice", the new law will state that any adult who premeditates the murder of a child will be imprisoned for life without parole and will never be eligible for release. Although murder already attracts a mandatory life sentence, the vast majority of convicted murderers do not spend their whole life in prison. The Conservatives will revise a section of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 whereby they set a Whole Life Order as the starting point for all adults who murder children. Currently a Whole Life Order, which is a life sentence with no parole eligibility, is only given if multiple... … [Read more...] about Life means life for child killers under Tory government
NO-ONE means to throw away food, but we've all been in the position when we realise too late that something's gone past its sell-by date. This is doubtless part of the reason British households throw away £470 of food each year, although actually it's claimed that of the 7.3million tonnes that's binned 4.4million is avoidable. What's the difference between use by, sell by and best before dates on food? Part of the problem is the confusing way food is labelled. We have use by dates and best before dates, and that's before we've even got into sell by and display until stickers. The whole thing can be very confusing, which is why we're detailing what the labels on your food really mean. What does the "Use by" date mean? This is the most important date because it is the one that's set in stone - don't eat things if the use by date has passed. You tend to see these detailed on things which go off quickly, so that's fish and meat, which should be properly stored.Even if the food … [Read more...] about What do sell-by dates on my groceries REALLY mean and what’s the difference between use by and best before dates?