The Hustlers star said people are resorting to violence because people are tired of peaceful protests. She then encouraged people to vote in national and local elections, because those elected officials are the ones who 'have the power to prosecute these cops when they do f***ed s**t like this.' … [Read more...] about Beyonce urges fans to sign petition for justice over ‘senseless killing’ of George Floyd: ‘Continue to pray for peace, compassion, and healing for our country’
Which un countries voted with the us
secession - breaking away from the country subversion - undermining the power or authority of the central government terrorism - using violence or intimidation against people activities by foreign forces that interfere in Hong Kong One part that has got people worried is the suggestion that China could set up its own institutions in Hong Kong responsible for security. … [Read more...] about Hong Kong security law: What is it and is it worrying?
Foulke chases referee into broom cupboard – Sheffield United, 1902 Willie Foulke, Chelsea's first and England's fattest goalkeeper, weighed in at 22st 3lb (142 kg) so there was plenty of him that had to be passed in order for the opposition to score a goal. Hilariously nicknamed Little Willie, he won an FA Cup winner's medal with Sheffield United in 1902 after a replay. In the first match Foulke was so disgusted by the referee, Tom Kirkham, awarding Southampton an equaliser that he pursued him, naked, through the corridors at Crystal Palace. Kirkham took refuge in a convenient broom cupboard. Point made, Foulke retired to his dressing-room for his post-match snack (often a hog roast). Known affectionately to the fans as Fatty or Colossus it was he not George Foreman who first delivered the line: "I don't mind what they call me as long as they don't call me late for lunch." CB Fry admiringly referred to him as "no small part of a mountain. You cannot bundle him". Sadly after … [Read more...] about Gluttony – part two
For the lyrics, it chose the most common word pairs in past Eurovision songs, such as "my heart" and "the sun" and used these as the basis for the AI to create the lyrics. The team described the results as a "good balance between grammatically correct sentences and room for poetic interpretation". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: What is the sound of music during a pandemic?
Meanwhile, Trump threatened to withhold funding from Michigan on Wednesday after the state said it would opt for mail-in voting for this year's elections. … [Read more...] about Trump ‘thinking of going’ to historic SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon Capsule launch next week