Happy Birthday @gypsyking101 love and kisses from all your gang at home. Maybe you’ll get a Bday at home some day 😘 … [Read more...] about Who is Tyson Fury’s wife Paris, what are their kids’ names, and how did the WBC heavyweight champion meet her?
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The couple famously don’t claim any benefits apart from Child Benefit and rely on Noel’s bakery business to make ends meet. … [Read more...] about Pregnant Sue Radford shares a snap of her enormous baby bump as she announces it’s just six weeks until her 22nd arrives
"I'm going to presume she is paying for the meals but who knows. So when I attend I will have to buy the socks, pay entry, and no doubt spend a fortune on drinks as she hasn't got any jugs put on like they do for parties. Then have to traipse round to McDonald's after. … [Read more...] about Mum called ‘cheap’ for asking parents to pay £10 towards son’s birthday party at trampoline park
There's a neat circularity to this. Peter Diamandis grew up in Brooklyn, the son of Greek immigrant parents, and was himself inspired to become a scientist by the Apollo mission, doing degrees in medicine and molecular biology and finally a PhD in aerospace engineering at MIT. The Singularity University isn't even the first university he's founded. He set up the International Space University while he was still in his 20s and which has now trained an entire generation of Nasa scientists. It's why Buzz Aldrin has come along, and why another astronaut, Dan Barry, teaches the SU's robotics course (Barry's big prediction: cyberdildonics. Robot sex. "You think it's funny, right? But I'm also a rehabilitation physician, and sex is a basic human drive robots will be able to fulfil for the disabled, the widowed, the elderly. It's going to happen. You might as well accept it and get in on the ground floor.") … [Read more...] about Singularity University: meet the people who are building our future
Susan MacTavish Best, an entrepreneur-turned PR doyenne well known in the technology sector, agreed the current exuberance felt grounded in reality. "This tech boom is far less ostentatious than what we endured in the late 90s. Cycling to work, late night hackathons and a surprising interest in foraging for one's food are the norm these days." … [Read more...] about Geek-driven gentrification threatens San Francisco’s bohemian appeal