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Joker's wild: Saunders dons mask before shot put at Olympics

TOKYO (AP) – They call her “The Hulk.” On Friday, she looked more like “The Joker.” Talk about an intimidating game face. Shot putter Raven Saunders, aka “The Hulk,” showed up at the Olympics wearing a virus-protectio

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News Roundup: Biden wins election again; Jan. 6 subpoenas; anti-maskers embarrass themselves … more

It is Friday. Finally, subpoenas were sent out to some of Trump’s closest dirtbags. The conspiracy theorists take another hit as reality once again gets in the way of their made up election story. Florida Republicans are trying to sink Florida in the name o
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News Roundup: Biden wins election again; Jan. 6 subpoenas; anti-maskers embarrass themselves … more

It is Friday. Finally, subpoenas were sent out to some of Trump’s closest dirtbags. The conspiracy theorists take another hit as reality once again gets in the way of their made up election story. Florida Republicans are trying to sink Florida in the name of freedom, and the GOP and its most rabid supporters continue promoting the idea that our country should be turned into a dictatorship of billionaires. You know, to stop the other billionaires. The Biden administration needs to  Here are some of the stories you may have missed today:

Dat’s how it’s done: Russian MMA wildman knocks out unbeaten British opponent in brutal bare knuckle beating in Moscow (VIDEO)

An ex-con Russian MMA brawler needed less than a round to knock out his English opponent on his bare knuckle boxing debut in Moscow. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Dat’s how it’s done: Russian MMA wildman knocks out unbeaten British opponent in brutal bare knuckle beating in Moscow (VIDEO)

An ex-con Russian MMA brawler needed less than a round to knock out his English opponent on his bare knuckle boxing debut in Moscow. Read Full Article at RT.com

The Daily Show went to an anti-mask rally so you don't have to. Here's what happened

The Daily Show’s Jordan Klepper has made a name for himself by going to various MAGA and MAGA-adjacent events to interview the participants and see what their positions are. The humor comes from the fact that most Trumper types think with their guts and no
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The Daily Show went to an anti-mask rally so you don't have to. Here's what happened

The Daily Show’s Jordan Klepper has made a name for himself by going to various MAGA and MAGA-adjacent events to interview the participants and see what their positions are. The humor comes from the fact that most Trumper types think with their guts and not with their heads. This is consistent with their anti-science and anti-reality-based positions on elections, on vaccines, and on masks. On Thursday, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah showed Klepper in North Carolina, attending a rally with a section of the electorate fighting against masks, vaccines, critical race theory, and common sense. In his “Jordan Klepper Fingers The Pulse” segment, Klepper begins by saying he is following anti-mask protesters as they march toward “America’s new Thunderdome—school board meetings."

Newly obtained emails show Trump administration ignored pandemic in favor of the Big Lie

If you already thought the Trump administration’s COVID-19 response resembled two drunk howler monkeys punching each other in the groin on a Tilt-A-Whirl, you’ll be horrified—though certainly not surprised—to discover it was actually worse than previo
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Newly obtained emails show Trump administration ignored pandemic in favor of the Big Lie

If you already thought the Trump administration’s COVID-19 response resembled two drunk howler monkeys punching each other in the groin on a Tilt-A-Whirl, you’ll be horrified—though certainly not surprised—to discover it was actually worse than previously thought. It’s certainly an open question whether Donald Trump’s flailing monkeys focusing on an urgent crisis is a good or bad thing; in retrospect, giving Trump a binky, a blanky, and a four-year supply of Hibernol on Jan. 21, 2017 might have been the way to go. But handling deadly crises is part of the job description for heads of state. Sadly, Trump never saw it that way. And after Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election, Trump doubled down on preventing a competent COVID-19 response by both trying to keep Biden out of the White House and completely ignoring his sworn duty to save Americans’ lives. Now, thanks to a passel of emails obtained by the House select subcommittee investigating the federal government’s COVID-19 response, we’re seeing just how uninterested the Trump administration was in fighting the deadly virus once its cosmic loser leader biffed his reelection.

Hactivist jailed in ‘Little Guantanamo’ says prison blocked him from contacting wife, covering for ‘sexually abusive’ guard

Imprisoned hacktivist Martin Gottesfeld says the federal prison authorities have cut off his phone access, shortly after he gave an interview to RT and told his wife about a unit manager who was allegedly sexually abusing inmates. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Hactivist jailed in ‘Little Guantanamo’ says prison blocked him from contacting wife, covering for ‘sexually abusive’ guard

Imprisoned hacktivist Martin Gottesfeld says the federal prison authorities have cut off his phone access, shortly after he gave an interview to RT and told his wife about a unit manager who was allegedly sexually abusing inmates. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘I was so worried’: F1 king Hamilton praises ‘courageous’ mechanic after plowing into him with car in pit at Russian GP (VIDEO)

Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton send a mechanic flying backwards into the air after smashing into him with his car – then claimed that «we all make mistakes» after his Mercedes team reassured fans. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘I was so worried’: F1 king Hamilton praises ‘courageous’ mechanic after plowing into him with car in pit at Russian GP (VIDEO)

Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton send a mechanic flying backwards into the air after smashing into him with his car – then claimed that «we all make mistakes» after his Mercedes team reassured fans. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Gold price today at Rs 45,240 per 10 gm, silver trending at Rs 60,600 a kg

In New Delhi, the price of 22-carat gold was down at Rs 45,350 per 10 gm. In Chennai, it declined to Rs 43,570.
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Gold price today at Rs 45,240 per 10 gm, silver trending at Rs 60,600 a kg

In New Delhi, the price of 22-carat gold was down at Rs 45,350 per 10 gm. In Chennai, it declined to Rs 43,570.

Marvel's Shang-Chi won't be available to stream until Nov. 12 - CNET

Shang-Chi will be in theaters exclusively until mid-October. Even after that, it'll be another month until it's on Disney Plus.
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Marvel's Shang-Chi won't be available to stream until Nov. 12 - CNET

Shang-Chi will be in theaters exclusively until mid-October. Even after that, it'll be another month until it's on Disney Plus.

HBO Max: A half-off deal is ending, plus movies, shows and everything else to know - CNET

HBO Max, the main place to stream Emmy award winners like Mare of Easttown and Hacks, is running a promo right now offering six months at half price. Here's everything to know.
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HBO Max: A half-off deal is ending, plus movies, shows and everything else to know - CNET

HBO Max, the main place to stream Emmy award winners like Mare of Easttown and Hacks, is running a promo right now offering six months at half price. Here's everything to know.

Ted Lasso won Emmys, and Foundation just premiered. So WTF is Apple TV Plus? - CNET

Apple TV Plus' Ted Lasso won a pile of Emmys, and the service just premiered its sci-fi series Foundation. But it's a little different than other streaming services you know.
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Ted Lasso won Emmys, and Foundation just premiered. So WTF is Apple TV Plus? - CNET

Apple TV Plus' Ted Lasso won a pile of Emmys, and the service just premiered its sci-fi series Foundation. But it's a little different than other streaming services you know.

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Cavers discover snakes and waterfalls inside Yemen's infamous 'Well of Hell' in world-first descent

Cave explorers from Oman have become the first people to fully explore the infamous 'Well of Hell' sinkhole in Yemen.
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Cavers discover snakes and waterfalls inside Yemen's infamous 'Well of Hell' in world-first descent

Cave explorers from Oman have become the first people to fully explore the infamous 'Well of Hell' sinkhole in Yemen.

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Tainted with Manufactured Objects, Slime Molds and Spores Grow Into Unnaturally Striking Compositions

Moscow-based artist and mold enthusiast Daria Fedorova intervenes in natural decomposition processes, accentuating textures and colors and pushing the boundaries of science and art. The artist, who works as Dasha Plesen, laces petri dishes with various bacter
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Tainted with Manufactured Objects, Slime Molds and Spores Grow Into Unnaturally Striking Compositions

Moscow-based artist and mold enthusiast Daria Fedorova intervenes in natural decomposition processes, accentuating textures and colors and pushing the boundaries of science and art. The artist, who works as Dasha Plesen, laces petri dishes with various bacterias and other organisms before placing extra elements like fluffy balls, sugars, and sprinkles in the container. These manufactured additions impede the growths to produce myriad shades and structures and cultivate otherworldly compositions of unnaturally saturated colors, patches of fuzz, and flared coils of slime all within in a single vessel. More

Seven Origami Animals Transform New York City’s Garment District into a Vibrant Menagerie

Thanks to Gerardo Gomez-Martinez (aka Hacer), the public plazas on Broadway in New York City’s Garment District are now a zoo of origami-style animals. The Mexican-American artist installed a series of powder-coated steel sculptures that loom over dinin
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Seven Origami Animals Transform New York City’s Garment District into a Vibrant Menagerie

Thanks to Gerardo Gomez-Martinez (aka Hacer), the public plazas on Broadway in New York City’s Garment District are now a zoo of origami-style animals. The Mexican-American artist installed a series of powder-coated steel sculptures that loom over dining areas and walkways as part of Transformations. Commissioned by The Garment District Alliance, the project consists of seven creatures that vary in size, including a yellow dog, a magenta elephant,  a green bear cub, and two turquoise rabbits and coyotes, one of which extends 14 feet from nose to tail. More

Ghostly Aerial Photos Frame Isolated and Abandoned Houses Scattered Across North America

In his ongoing series titled Thin Places, Portland-based photographer Brendan Burton documents battered houses that stand alone in barren fields, amidst an encroaching marsh, or at the edge of the mountain. The decrepit structures have been Burton’s pre
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Ghostly Aerial Photos Frame Isolated and Abandoned Houses Scattered Across North America

In his ongoing series titled Thin Places, Portland-based photographer Brendan Burton documents battered houses that stand alone in barren fields, amidst an encroaching marsh, or at the edge of the mountain. The decrepit structures have been Burton’s preferred subject matter since 2011 when he began seeking abandoned buildings across the continent that exude a sense of impermanence and the uncanny. “This series is for the sake of satisfying my curiosity about the past and exploring isolated parts of North America. More

Ancient tablet acquired by Hobby Lobby going back to Iraq

WASHINGTON (AP) – A 3,500-year-old clay tablet discovered in the ruins of the library of an ancient Mesopotamian king, then looted from an Iraqi museum 30 years ago, is finally headed back to Iraq. The $1.7 million cuneiform clay tablet was found in 185
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Ancient tablet acquired by Hobby Lobby going back to Iraq

WASHINGTON (AP) – A 3,500-year-old clay tablet discovered in the ruins of the library of an ancient Mesopotamian king, then looted from an Iraqi museum 30 years ago, is finally headed back to Iraq. The $1.7 million cuneiform clay tablet was found in 1853 as part of a 12-tablet collection ...

An Origami Knight Equipped with a Sword and Shield Materializes from a Single Sheet of Paper

Earlier this year, Finnish artist Juho Könkkölä folded an incredibly elaborate samurai from a single sheet of paper, and now he’s crafted another intricate warrior of his own design. Standing 18 centimeters tall, the sword- and shield-toting figure d
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An Origami Knight Equipped with a Sword and Shield Materializes from a Single Sheet of Paper

Earlier this year, Finnish artist Juho Könkkölä folded an incredibly elaborate samurai from a single sheet of paper, and now he’s crafted another intricate warrior of his own design. Standing 18 centimeters tall, the sword- and shield-toting figure demanded 41 hours of work using wet and dry origami techniques. Könkkölä started with a 68 x 68-centimeter sheet of Wenzhou rice paper that he scored and folded to capture the protective bands on the shoulders and hips and the exact placement of individual plates. More

A Photographer Captures a Dwindling Herd of Elephant Slides Across Taiwan

Wander into a playground in Taiwan, and you might stumble upon an elephant in the midst of basketball courts and swingsets. Vintage slides shaped like the lumbering animal were once popular in the country, and although the equipment is generally out of use be
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A Photographer Captures a Dwindling Herd of Elephant Slides Across Taiwan

Wander into a playground in Taiwan, and you might stumble upon an elephant in the midst of basketball courts and swingsets. Vintage slides shaped like the lumbering animal were once popular in the country, and although the equipment is generally out of use because it doesn’t match current regulations, the eclectic designs remain a fixture in both abandoned and thriving playgrounds. Photographer Pi Cheng Hsiu documents these quirky creations by the hundreds—in addition to similarly shaped animals like seahorses and giraffes—and you can find a vast array of colors and styles on Instagram. More

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Hunter-Reay remaining “all smiles” before Andretti swansong

“It's been coming for a while,” said the 2012 champion who scored 15 of his Indy car wins – including the 2014 Indy 500 – for Michael Andretti’s squad. “Michael and I agreed this is our last season together back in November of 2020. Going int
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Hunter-Reay remaining “all smiles” before Andretti swansong

“It's been coming for a while,” said the 2012 champion who scored 15 of his Indy car wins – including the 2014 Indy 500 – for Michael Andretti’s squad. “Michael and I agreed this is our last season together back in November of 2020. Going into this year we knew this was our last year together.“I've been with this team for 12 years, have been with the same engineer [Ray ...Keep reading

Toyota unveils new look for NASCAR Truck in 2022

The Toyota Tundra TRD Pro will hit the track next February in the third tier of NASCAR's national divisions. Toyota has been a part of the NASCAR Truck Series since 2004, winning the manufacturer's title 11 times since then.“The NASCAR Camping World Tr
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Toyota unveils new look for NASCAR Truck in 2022

The Toyota Tundra TRD Pro will hit the track next February in the third tier of NASCAR's national divisions. Toyota has been a part of the NASCAR Truck Series since 2004, winning the manufacturer's title 11 times since then.“The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has always been extremely important to Toyota not only in our history, but our focus at our dealerships,” said Paul ...Keep reading

Long Beach IMSA: Nasr takes pole, Snow fastest in GTD

DPiFilipe Albuquerque was the first driver to deliver a sub 1min13sec lap in the #10 Wayne Taylor Racing Acura ARX-05, but pacesetter in practice Felipe Nasr eclipsed that by over 0.6sec in the Action Express Racing Cadillac, while Loic Duval spun his JDC Mil
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Long Beach IMSA: Nasr takes pole, Snow fastest in GTD

DPiFilipe Albuquerque was the first driver to deliver a sub 1min13sec lap in the #10 Wayne Taylor Racing Acura ARX-05, but pacesetter in practice Felipe Nasr eclipsed that by over 0.6sec in the Action Express Racing Cadillac, while Loic Duval spun his JDC Miller MotorSports Caddy at the final turn, the first-gear hairpin.Yet both Nasr and Duval then delivered 1min11sec laps, just 0.144sec ...Keep reading

NBA denies Andrew Wiggins' request for religious exemption from COVID-19 vaccination

Wiggins will officially be barred from participating in any Warriors’ home games until he is fully vaccinated.
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NBA denies Andrew Wiggins' request for religious exemption from COVID-19 vaccination

Wiggins will officially be barred from participating in any Warriors’ home games until he is fully vaccinated.

Long Beach IndyCar: Herta tops first practice, Palou shines

While the track was still green, Romain Grosjean and Josef Newgarden had incidents at Turn 9 within two minutes of each other – the Dale Coyne Racing with RWR driver slid slightly long but reversed and continued, while the Penske driver locked up when
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Long Beach IndyCar: Herta tops first practice, Palou shines

While the track was still green, Romain Grosjean and Josef Newgarden had incidents at Turn 9 within two minutes of each other – the Dale Coyne Racing with RWR driver slid slightly long but reversed and continued, while the Penske driver locked up when his front wheels got airborne over a bump. His spin resulted in him merely kissing the tire wall, but when he tried to get going again, the ...Keep reading

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