Seen for the first time since his controversial release from prison and living just a block away from a school, this is the 'disgusting predator' accused of holding an anorexic teen captive as his sex slave for more than a year. Traumatized Hailey Burns told authorities she was locked in a dog cage, starved for days at a time and forced to have sex with 33-year-old Michael Wysolovski in return for food. But the pervert walked free on a plea deal last month because district attorneys in Gwinnett County, Georgia, were reluctant to rely on the testimony of a 16-year-old girl with Asperger's Syndrome to convict him at trial. Wysolovski was indicted in 2017 on a catalog of sex offenses punishable by 25 years to life in prison but charges of rape, aggravated sodomy and false imprisonment were dropped. The warped software developer - who began messaging Hailey online when she was 15 - agreed instead to plead guilty to the lesser counts of first degree cruelty to children and interstate … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: 33-year-old pervert who kept anorexic and autistic 16-year-old as his sex slave savors his freedom after walking free in sweetheart deal – as ex-girlfriend tells DailyMailTV he would kidnap a pre-teen if he could
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Many of us dream of living in a home that looks sleek, stylish and fabulously put-together but simply don't know where to start. From choosing the right paint for your living room to picking the right floor for your bedroom, it can be difficult to navigate the number of decisions that need to be made. That's why we've done all the hard work for you. Together with B&Q, we've come up with a list of the six small things you can do that will make a massive difference to your home. Whether you want to revive a tired hallway or upscale your living space, these six interiors projects cover all areas of the home - and are sure to leave you feeling inspired. The B&Q website is full of handy information, but if you prefer doing things in person, pop down to your local B&Q store and speak to one of the B&Q colleagues, who are on hand to offer advice and guidance on your next project. Ready to get started? Read on to discover our pick of six interior projects … [Read more...] about From zoning the kids’ bedrooms to upscaling your living space, these are the small things you can do to make a massive difference to the feel of your home
I bit into the Impossible Burger and was immediately filled with awe. I lifted my head to the bartender and, with my mouth full, croaked: “This is vegan?” I was just coming off two long days of hearings at the US Department of Agriculture, where the future of food was discussed in great detail but taste was scarcely mentioned. Now, sitting at my favorite New Jersey bar, eating something satisfying that nothing died for, was a relief. The Impossible Burger debuted in 2016 at New York’s lauded Momofuku Nishi, but it’s no longer so exclusive. The vegan patty can now be found at restaurants nationwide, and even the fast-food hamburger chain White Castle carries it. At my local bar, it is the most popular menu item, but also the most expensive for them to offer. Each Impossible Burger patty costs them roughly $3; a hamburger would cost about $0.50 (the bar is vegetarian). The technology that makes the patty “bleed” is copyrighted by the Bay Area company … [Read more...] about Inside the Impossible Burger: is the meat-free mega trend as good as we think?
Few place names are as definitive as Land’s End, but the sliver of Britain that crashes into the Atlantic at the tip of Cornwall was only the starting point for my trip to the Isles of Scilly, a journey that felt like an adventure in itself. Mine started on the overnight sleeper from London to Penzance, before I boarded a 16-seater twin-engine aircraft at Land’s End airport. The plane was so small I could have leaned forward and touched the pilot’s shoulder. Ten minutes later, the archipelago’s Caribbean-like blue waters were glistening below us. When you arrive in the Scillies from the mainland, it feels like you’ve journeyed back in time. It is so isolated and small – with a population of just 2,200 on five inhabited islands – that the sense of community is very strong, but also very welcoming. And it’s so safe (a recent job advert for a constable on “possibly the most enviable policing post in the UK or even the world” went … [Read more...] about Isles of Scilly holiday guide: what to do, plus the best beaches, restaurants and hotels
There are plenty of reasons to be cheerful. But, of course, happiness doesn’t always follow logic Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton declared rather dramatically on social media this week that he ‘feels like giving up on everything’. He was down in the dumps because ‘the world is such a mess and people don’t seem to care’. Such a sentiment will strike a chord with many of us. Life is a struggle at times even before you start worrying about global poverty, climate change, Brexit, Trump, Syria etc. But if a young, healthy, talented multi-millionaire sports idol like Hamilton finds it tough, then it’s even harder for the rest of us. It is why it’s worth reminding ourselves that, in reality, life now has never been better. We’re living longer, we can cure or manage diseases that a generation ago were killers, there’s less poverty, we have more food and are better educated than ever before. There are plenty of reasons to be … [Read more...] about DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: It’s a curse of modern life to think we can buy happiness