EXCLUSIVE: Pageant-winner wife of white cop accused of killing George Floyd during forgery arrest was charged for writing a bad $42 check - and raved about her husband in resurfaced interview that 'under all that uniform, he's just a softie' Kellie Chauvin, the wife of the white police officer who was seen kneeling on George Floyd's neck during a fatal forgery arrest, previously had been charged herself for writing a bad check, DailyMail.com can disclose. She was voted Mrs. Minnesota in 2018 … [Read more...] about Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin is pictured in his mugshot and bail is set at $500,000 as he is charged with murder of George Floyd and criminal complaint reveals he kept kneeling on black man’s neck for almost 3 minutes AFTER he fell unconscious
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If we're to believe a recent study from psychologists at Harvard and Virginia universities, though, most of us are Londoners deep down. We labour under what they call the "end-of-history illusion", imagining that the person we are now is the final version, and that we won't change much in future. The researchers asked 19,000 people to complete personality assessments, either recalling how they'd changed in the last decade, or predicting how they'd change in the next. Then they compared the recollections of, say, 40-year-olds with the forecasts of 30-year-olds, and found that people predicted far less change than others remembered. (To make sure that the people looking back weren't misremembering, they compared those results to existing studies of how personalities change.) As one of the researchers told an interviewer, "I have this deep sense that… the core of me [is] not going to change from here on out." Selfhood's hill has been climbed. … [Read more...] about This column will change your life: the end-of-history illusion
Specific insurance These contracts are designed to insure one specific thing, like your phone or your pet, and can be among the most contentious because some of them are rubbish. Warrantees, in particular, can be incredibly unfair, and some aren't worth the paper they’re written on. But that doesn't mean you don’t have any rights. … [Read more...] about Insurance small print you HAVE to check for before signing anything
A NIGHT OUT IN NSW FROM JUNE 1 Clubs, pubs, restaurants and cafes to open to 50 patrons from midnight monday Larger venues with multiple dining facilities are allowed an additional 50 patrons per areaPatrons do not need to eat to remain inside and can stay even after restaurants have closedPeople must remain in one area and are not permitted to move around different sections of the venueThis will be enforced by PA instructions and COVID-19 safety marshalsSigns will be displayed to guide patrons to the closest bathroom so they do not move through the venueClubs must have separate entry and exit points into the venue Capacity in larger venues can be increased by partitioning dining areas with physical barriersThis means some venues can accommodate more than 500 guests if they meet requirements, including only having one person per four square metresPatrons will need to maintain 1.5m distance at all times People will be asked to move on or separate if necessary unless they … [Read more...] about Why 500 diners, drinkers and pokie players will be allowed into big NSW venues from MONDAY – and a loophole means you DON’T have to order food to have a beer
There’s no censorship that I’ve ever been aware of at Oxford. When it comes to Sam Gyimah and Jo Johnson’s warnings that free speech is threatened, I’ve never seen either of them produce any evidence to support those statements. In education you’re supposed to be able to back up what you say, and they just don’t. So I assume it’s some attempt at distraction from the real issues like our students having the highest tuition fees in Europe. Students see ministers as objects of ridicule when they make these statements because they know what life in university is like. … [Read more...] about Is Sam Gyimah right to be worried about safe-space policies?