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  1. It looks so budget & cheap. Too bad his plastic surgeon can't help to correct his coarse voice. Why is he looking like a dead fish in the video? And the awful choreography, why isn't everyone in sync? He tried so hard to dance... very Pariah-Scarey-esque. Did he just pay a tribute to Floppita? They just stood still for like 15 seconds (2.18-2.33). They probably ran out of idea on how to fill this 15 seconds gap. And he's trying to compete in Eurovision with this piece of shit? Will he even make it to qualification round?
  2. The attack is not over yet. There are bombs hidden in various place and yet to be discovered. The police has managed to find a few but not sure how many more lying around.
  3. Poor is the man Whose pleasures depend On the permission of another Do they need to buy porn passes in order to use grindr?
  4. Britons may need 'porn passes' from July By Emily Dixon, CNN Updated 1612 GMT April 17, 2019 Commercial porn websites will be legally required to verify the age of their users from July 15. (CNN) — Repeatedly delayed age-verification laws aimed at preventing under-18s from viewing online pornography will come into force in the UK in July, the government has announced. From July 15, commercial porn sites will be legally required to carry out "robust age-verification checks" on their users, to prevent minors from viewing their content. To access online porn, adults may have to submit ID documents like credit cards or passports to online age-verification providers, or buy a so-called porn pass in person in a shop. Digital minister Margot James said in a statement: "The introduction of mandatory age-verification is a world-first, and we've taken the time to balance privacy concerns with the need to protect children from inappropriate content." "We want the UK to be the safest place in the world to be online, and these new laws will help us achieve this," James said. The age-verification measures were first introduced in 2016, as part of the Digital Economy Act 2017, and were initially expected to come into force in April 2018 before they were beset by multiple delays. The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), which assigns national age ratings to films, video recordings and online content, will enforce the new laws. Websites that fail to comply may be blocked in the UK or have their payment services withdrawn. In a press release, the government said it had "listened carefully to privacy concerns" and would ensure that "age-verification arrangements should only be concerned with verifying age, not identity." Providers of age-verification services must comply with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), while the BBFC has also established a voluntary certification scheme -- the Age-Verification Certificate -- which will be awarded to age-verification providers with "robust data protection conditions." According to a poll carried out by YouGov on behalf of the BBFC, 88% of parents with children between seven and 17 support the implementation of age-verification measures. However, another poll carried out by YouGov in March -- when the measures were expected to come into force by April -- indicated that 76% of Britons were unaware of the new laws. And while 67% of the respondents said they approved of the new measures, only 34% said they expected them to be successful in preventing under-18s from accessing porn. Some online-privacy activists have condemned the new laws. Jim Killock, executive director of campaign organization Open Rights Group, told CNN that some people "will fall victim to scams and worse." "If data leaks and is used for blackmail or ends up damaging people's lives, then it will be the government to blame," said Killock. CNN has contacted the UK government's Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport for comment. https://edition.cnn.com/2019/04/17/uk/uk-porn-age-verification-scli-gbr-intl/index.html?utm_source=fbCNN&utm_content=2019-04-21T07%3A30%3A07&utm_medium=social&utm_term=link&fbclid=IwAR2a6NgEAkMywF-IpSmtBcXP3N_5w2ICfHyB65j1FpNdlrZ_DFc5v1Cbvec
  5. Do you even read the article? From Samsung: A limited number of early Galaxy Fold samples were provided to media for review. We have received a few reports regarding the main display on the samples provided. We will thoroughly inspect these units in person to determine the cause of the matter. Separately, a few reviewers reported having removed the top layer of the display causing damage to the screen. The main display on the Galaxy Fold features a top protective layer, which is part of the display structure designed to protect the screen from unintended scratches. Removing the protective layer or adding adhesives to the main display may cause damage. We will ensure this information is clearly delivered to our customers.
  6. Just like a prayer Your silhouette can take me there Woman claims she could see ‘silhouette of Jesus’ in Notre Dame fire https://www.foxnews.com/faith-values/jesus-notre-dame-fire-photo
  7. OMG!!! The stained glass is lost forever! Thank god I had visited them back in the 00s
  8. Florida man killed by large flightless bird he owned 8 hours ago Cassowary birds are described as having "dagger-like" claws A 75-year-old man has been killed in Florida after he was attacked by a large flightless bird he owned. Alachua County Sheriff Department told the BBC they were called to the man's property on Friday and found the man badly wounded by a cassowary. The man, named Marvin Hajos, was taken to hospital by paramedics where he died from his injuries. Police are investigating but say initial information suggests this was a "tragic accident". It happened south of the city of Alachua in northern Florida. "My understanding is that the gentleman was in the vicinity of the bird and at some point fell. When he fell, he was attacked," Deputy Chief Jeff Taylor told the Gainesville Sun newspaper. A woman at the property, who identified herself as Mr Hajos' partner, told the newspaper he had been "doing what he loved". Mr Hajos had kept exotic animals, including llamas, for decades, reports from local newspapers say. Similar in appearance to emus, cassowary are among the largest and heaviest bird species in the world - and can weigh more than 100lb (45kg). The birds can run up to 30 mph (50km/h) and have a five-inch claw on each foot. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission consider cassowary a Class II species, which require a permit for ownership. Police say the bird involved in the incident remains at the property. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-47924486
  9. As usual, movie makers try to make hacker looks good/innocent/kind/hero, and indirectly sent a message to all that "it's ok to be a hacker".
  10. Jan, I'm surprised you have decided to turn a blind eye. Don't tell me you didn't google why the Swedish dropped the charges? One of the victim was attacked by Julian Assange's mother & supporters just because she had decided to speak out. Does it sound familiar? MJ's supporters accusing paedophile victims for making up sexual allegation all over again. MJ is a legendary superstar Julian Assange is the whistle blower How could they hurt anyone when look so good?
  11. Whistle blower doesn't mean he's exempted from any sex crime that he committed aside from exposing the ugly truth about the government or politician. If he can be excused for rape, so can Harvey Weinstein/Kevin Spacey/Roman Polanski etc.
  12. Julian Assange is a sexual predator. He's no difference from Roman Polanski. Why Ecuador ended asylum for 'spoiled brat' Julian Assange Ecudaor, which prides itself on its hospitality and spent almost $1 million a year protecting the WikiLeaks founder, saw his behavior as a national insult. April 12, 2019, 4:54 PM MPST / Updated April 12, 2019, 7:17 PM MPST By Associated Press QUITO, Ecuador — The dramatic end to Julian Assange's asylum has sparked curiosity about his seven-year stay inside Ecuador's Embassy in London that was marked by his late-night skateboarding, the physical harassment of his caretakers and even the smearing of his own fecal matter on the walls of the diplomatic mission. It would've tested the patience of any host. But for tiny Ecuador, which prides itself on its hospitality and spent almost $1 million a year protecting Assange, it was also seen as a national insult. "We've ended the asylum of this spoiled brat," a visibly flustered President Lenin Moreno said Thursday in a fiery speech explaining his decision to withdraw protection of Assange and hand him over to British police. "From now on we'll be more careful in giving asylum to people who are really worth it, and not miserable hackers whose only goal is to destabilize governments." Others, including former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, who granted Assange asylum in 2012, said that while Assange violated the terms of his asylum and was a burden on Ecuador "that's no excuse for throwing him to the lions." Ecuador emerged as a haven for the WikiLeaks founder in 2012 as his legal options to evade extradition to Sweden over sex crime accusations dried up in the United Kingdom. On a June day, he moved into the country's embassy near the upscale Harrods department store for what most thought would be a short stay. Instead, the cramped quarters, where a small office was converted into a bedroom, became a permanent address that some likened to a de facto jail. As the asylum dragged on, his relations with his hosts soured and his behavior became more erratic. Embassy staff complained of him skateboarding at night, playing loud music and walking around in his underwear with no apparent concern for others in the tiny embassy. One senior Ecuadorian official described his room as a "sovereign territory within a sovereign territory" that none of the staff at No. 3 Hans Crescent could enter. But the stench from going weeks without a shower, and dental problem born of poor hygiene, was a constant nuisance, according to the official who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he isn't authorized to discuss details of Assange's behavior. Then there was the issue of Assange's poop, which authorities said he spread across embassy walls on at least one occasion in an act of open defiance showing how little he thought of his hosts. "When you're given shelter, cared for and provided food, you don't denounce the owner of the house," Moreno said Thursday to applause. Within months of taking office in 2017, Moreno's government scolded Assange again for meddling in international affairs by voicing his support for Catalan secessionists from the Ecuadorian Embassy. Relations grew so prickly that last year Ecuador increased its restrictions on his Internet access and required him to clean up after his cat James. The rules said that if the feline wasn't properly fed and cleaned up after, it would be sent to the pound. Assange tried challenging the restrictions in Ecuadorian court, to no avail. More recently, as the feuding became more public, he started physically and verbally harassing his caretakers, accusing them of being U.S. spies looking to exchange information on WikiLeaks in exchange for debt relief for Ecuador. Foreign Minister Jose Valencia said in an audio recording a few months ago captured a moment when Assange threatened Ambassador Jaime Merchan with pressing something of a panic button that he said would bring devastating consequences for the Embassy in the event of his arrest. Although it wasn't clear what he meant by the threat, authorities shared their concerns with British authorities and in carrying out the raid Thursday were careful to prevent Assange from returning to his room to execute any possible emergency plans. The final straw for Moreno was WikiLeaks' decision to spread information about a purported offshore account controlled by the president's brother. Personal photographs of Moreno lying in bed, as well as images of close family members dancing, were also leaked, further incensing him. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/why-ecuador-ended-asylum-spoiled-brat-julian-assange-n993711
  13. Poacher is trampled to death by an elephant before his remains are devoured by a pride of lions who ate everything apart from his skull and pants in a South African nature reserve You should never say bad things about the dead, only good. That Rhino poacher is dead. Good.
  14. Why didn't George Clooney boycott Hotels owned by Saudi Arabia?
  15. YES!!!! They think so highly of themselves just because they have many followers and demand to be treated differently e.g. have free accommodation... Can't remember that bitch name 'cos she demanded the hotel to give her free accommodation 'cos she's a "social influencers" but the hotel just shut her out. She bad-mouthed about the hotel and deleted all unfavourable comments. Do all these "negative" comments affect the hotel much? Not at all And also, some demand free food and if they didn't get what they want, they will write something bad about the restaurant blah blah blah. They spend their entire time posting on internet. They will not work and hope to get funded whenever they need money. They contribute NOTHING to the society. These ppl are leeches of the society. They fail to realize when there's a crisis, no one would care about them.
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