This is what it looks like when your dog invades your personal space. Hilarious!
This is what it looks like when your dog invades your personal space. Hilarious!
All Blacks coach Ian Foster was a relieved man Sunday after New Zealand restored order by thumping Argentina, saying his team were still developing but always believed in themselves.
Alex Winter, the "Bill and Ted's" actor who is himself a noted director and producer, saw in Frank Zappa's story an icon who embodied everything about music and culture in the 1970s. At the same time, he wanted to capture the man behind the myth. With the blessing of Zappa's wife, Gail, he and producer […]
Matt Coghlin made a tiebreaking 48-yard field goal with 3:35 left, and Michigan State handed No. 11 Northwestern its first loss of the season with a 29-20 victory Saturday. The Wildcats (5-1, 5-1) were coming off a 17-7 victory over Wisconsin that put them in contention for a spot in the College Football Playoff. The Spartans (2-3, 2-3) lost a 17-0 lead, but went back ahead by forcing three turnovers in the fourth quarter and making the most of two big kicks by Coghlin.
Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau said the government slashed its initial eight-year schedule and will deliver the remaining C$1.405 billion from a total of C$1.75 billion promised in August 2019, directly to farmers in only three years. The package for dairy farmers also build on a $250 million CETA on-farm investment program, Bibeau said in a statement https://www.canada.ca/en/agriculture-agri-food/news/2020/11/government-of-canada-announces-investments-to-support-supply-managed-dairy-poultry-and-egg-farmers.html. The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), the free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union, sets out the removal of tariffs on 99% of all goods types traded between the EU and Canada, some over a period of up to seven years.
New Zealand coach Ian Foster declared himself satisfied with the All Blacks after finishing "an immensely difficult year" with a five-try rout of Argentina that almost certainly secured them the Tri-Nations title. An international season that started with a 16-16 draw with Australia on a chilly night in Wellington ended in a Newcastle furnace but it was the two defeats to the Wallabies and Pumas that came in between that many will remember best. The All Blacks squad boarded a flight on Sunday for New Zealand, where they will spend two weeks in quarantine because of restrictions in place to keep COVID-19 out of the country before joining their families for Christmas.
Pennsylvania's highest court on Saturday night threw out a lower court's order preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests on its Nov. 3 election ballot in the latest lawsuit filed by Republicans attempting to thwart President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the battleground state. The state Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision, threw out the three-day-old order, saying the underlying lawsuit was filed months after the expiration of a time limit in Pennsylvania’s expansive year-old mail-in voting law allowing for challenges to it. “They have failed to allege that even a single mail-in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted,” Justice David Wecht wrote in a concurring opinion.
Britons will be encouraged to plant trees to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 70th anniversary on the throne as part of a plan to create a greener country in honour of her seven decades of service. The 94-year-old, the longest-reigning monarch in British history, is due to mark her Platinum Jubilee in February 2022. The government is planning a four-day celebration that summer, featuring an extra day's public holiday, with tree planting to be a feature of the milestone, according to an announcement on Sunday.
The Denver Broncos faced the prospect of playing an NFL game Sunday without a quarterback after three signal callers were declared ineligible as close contacts from Covid-19 tracing.
The Denver Broncos will face an unprecedented situation on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints after all three of the teams' remaining quarterbacks were ruled out for the game because of COVID-19 concerns, according to a report from ESPN on Saturday night. The quarterbacks -- Drew Lock, Brett Rypien and Blake Bortles -- each were removed before the start of Saturday's practice because of contact tracing involving fellow quarterback Jeff Driskel, who tested positive for the coronavirus earlier in the week.
Citing the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, trustees of the Directors Guild of America - Producer Pension and Health Plans have created a premium-free limited benefit health plan for members who lost coverage following the production shutdown. The new plan, dubbed the Bronze Plus Plan, will provide coverage for the period of Jan. 1, […]
A Republican candidate is hanging onto a single-digit lead in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District after a recount in a race that will help determine the size of Democrats’ majority in the House of Representatives. Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks had just six more votes than Democrat Rita Hart after the recount wrapped up Saturday in Clinton County, which was the last of the district’s 24 counties to reports its results, the Iowa Press-Citizen reports.
A slow-moving storm swept across the Texas Panhandle on Saturday, November 28, bringing snow to the city of Amarillo.This footage posted by Twitter user @texas_farmhouse shows big snowflakes fluttering down by Lake Meredith near Amarillo, Texas.The NWS warned of below-freezing temperatures across the Texas Panhandle until Sunday night with a possibility of roads refreezing. Credit: @texas_farmhouse via Storyful
He was an important writer of the 16th century, but Robert Greene is remembered today for just two words: "upstart crow". It was not his only sneering dismissal of William Shakespeare. He even suggested that his young contemporary was a plagiarist, in writing that he had "beautified himself in others' feathers". Having been mocked in Ben Elton's sitcom Upstart Crow, starring David Mitchell as Shakespeare, Greene can now feel some poetic justice as research has attributed to him a play - a revenge tragedy, no less - that appeared under Shakespeare's name in the Third and Fourth Folios. Complex linguistic analysis by Darren Freebury-Jones, a lecturer at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford-upon-Avon, has led him to conclude that Greene is the likely author of The Lamentable Tragedy of Locrine. He said of it: "That play fits into the expectations for Greene's prosodic, linguistic and phraseological habits in almost every respect." Published in 1595, the play is about the mythical founders of Britain, an ailing King Brutus and his son Locrine, whom he describes in Act I as "the columne of my familie,/And onely piller of my weakned age". Its title page stated that it was "newly set forth, overseen and corrected, By W.S" - initials that had suggested Shakespeare's involvement. The play was included in Shakespeare's 1664 Third Folio, of which the trust has one of the few surviving copies, and the 1685 Fourth Folio. It was described by the eminent scholar Edmond Malone in 1778 as one of his early works. Another academic, Peter Kirwan - in a 2015 study for Cambridge University Press - raised "the possibility of Shakespeare's contribution" to Locrine. Others have singled out Greene and George Peele, suggested as Shakespeare's co-author on Titus Andronicus, among 16th-century authorship candidates, but Dr Freebury-Jones's study is the most rigorous attempt ever undertaken to determine the scope of Greene's dramatic canon. Using an electronic database called "Collocations and N-grams", which contains the texts of 527 plays dating from 1552 to 1657, he discovered "little to no linguistic commonality" between Locrine and Shakespeare's plays, while "Greene shared more unique ... phrases with the play, such as 'with silver stream' and 'thunder forth revenge', than other authorial suspects". Dr Freebury-Jones examined Greene's verse style, analysing word combinations and linguistic quirks characteristic of him, such as the frequency of his use of metrical line fillers - notably "for to" and "like to" (meaning "like"). The research will appear in the peer-reviewed academic journal Style, to be published by Penn State University Press next month.
The NFL's San Francisco 49ers were sent scrambling to find a new home Saturday when California's Santa Clara County enacted a contact sports ban lasting until at least December 21.
Vanderbilt University’s Sarah Fuller made football history Saturday, becoming the first woman to play in a Power Five game. She used her moment — which saw her trending on Twitter — to share a message with girls to “do big things.”“I just want to tell all the girls out there that you can do anything you set your mind to; you really can. And if you have that mentality all the way through, you can do big things,” the student-athlete said in an interview with ESPN’s SEC Network.“Honestly, it’s just so exciting,” the kicker said. “And the fact that I can represent the little girls out there who wanted to do this or thought about playing football or any sport, really. And it encourages them to be able to step out and do something big like this.”Fuller, who is a senior goalkeeper on Vanderbilt’s SEC championship soccer team, joined the Commodores’ game against the University of Missouri Tigers by delivering the opening kickoff of the second half. Though the Commodores lost the game 41-0, Fuller recently helped lead their women’s soccer team to its first SEC title since 1994.Also Read: 10 Greatest Thanksgiving Football Moments - Including Mark Sanchez's Butt Fumble (Photos)She was cheered on social media by athletes and viewers on Saturday for the milestone. Former Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee hailed her for not going out of bounds, giving up a touchdown or offering a chance for return. College football commentator Alex Kirschner praised her, writing alongside a highlight clip, “Sarah Fuller squibbed it exactly where she was supposed to (watch Vanderbilt’s coverage guys all funneling short right) and left it un-returnable for Mizzou. Probably one of Vandy’s best-executed plays of the day in all honestly.” Sports journalist Holly Rowe declared she was “all choked up.”Read original story Football Player Sarah Fuller Encourages Girls to ‘Do Big Things’ After Breaking Gender Barrier At TheWrap
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Kevin Hart found himself in the hot seat and forced to defend a joke in his current Netflix special about his daughter engaging in “ho activity,” insisting to critics that his comment wasn’t a degradation of Black women.The actor-comedian joined a live chat room conversation on the social app Clubhouse that asked the question, “Is Kevin Hart funny?” The topic was chosen to discuss, among many things, Hart’s joke in his Netlfix special “No F***s Given” that he’s seeing “ho activity” in his 15-year-old “boy crazy” daughter, who said “I want him” of a male classmate.The Clubhouse chatters questioned that particular story and what the implications might be of labeling his daughter and a woman he used to know as hoes. The conversation quickly devolved from there, with four-letter words flying around and people talking over each other. One woman in the group accused the men on hand of backing Hart to get his “validation” with disregard for the other women in the space. Another participant decried the conversation turning into a “man vs. woman thing.”Also Read: NBC News Apologizes to Kevin Hart After His Photo Appears on Usain Bolt Story: 'Very Sorry About That'Hart attempted to cool everyone’s jets. “Ask yourself one question: Why is this turning to this?” he said. “Guys, we were in a great vibe. We were in a great space. Don’t let it turn left.” None the less, the angry vibe prevailed.Hart later posted a video on Instagram with one very strong message: “Stop it.”“Stop with the false narrative,” he said. “It’s a false narrative that’s being created. If you were in the Clubhouse and part of the conversation, this wasn’t about Black women, it wasn’t about me goin’ against Black… stop.”He joked, “I called three former hoes that I know and asked them, ‘Is this hoe-like activity?’ We had a conversation about it. A good back and forth.”Getting serious, he explained why he popped up in the Clubhouse chat in the first place.Also Read: Tim Story in Talks to Direct Kevin Hart in Superhero Comedy 'Night Wolf' for STX“Understand, guys, there is no other way to market or promote because we’re in a pandemic. I can’t go and do the talk shows that I once did, or go out and do the public stunts. I have no other way to market and promote except to go viral. I have to create conversations, generate back and forth,” he said. “It’s common sense here, guys. Marketing. Promotion. That’s why I was in Clubhouse.”You can watch his Instagram message below, and below that, a clip from his Netlfix special, “No F***s Given.”View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real)Read original story Kevin Hart Defends Joking That His Teen Daughter Is Showing Signs of ‘Ho Activity’ At TheWrap
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Real Madrid slumped to a 2-1 loss at home to Alaves in La Liga on Saturday as city rivals Atletico moved level with leaders Real Sociedad after extending their winning run to six matches.