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  1. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/04/books/dr-seuss-books.html?0p19G=6214 Censorship is the way!!!
  2. But yet he had to appease his fanbase, and downplayed COVID, and attended his rallies without wearing a mask. Hypocrite
  3. All aspects of England's society could reopen by June 21, Boris Johnson has announced, so long as the battle against coronavirus continues to go to plan. The prime minister, laying out his roadmap out of lockdown to MPs in the Commons, gave a step-by-step plan for lifting restrictions in England, with all limits on social contact set to be removed by June 21 at the earliest. Nightclubs could be permitted to reopen on June 21 under Mr Johnson's plan, having been shut since the first lockdown in March 2020. Outdoor hospitality including pubs could reopen as early as April 12, with indoor hospitality opening no earlier than May 17. Over 17million people have already had their first Vaccine jabs. The UK hopes to have given all UK adults a vaccine by July 31st.
  4. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/jeff-bezos-to-step-down-as-amazon-ceo The founder of the e-commerce giant will transition into the role of executive chair as Andy Jassy takes over as CEO. After serving as the CEO of Amazon for more than 25 years, Jeff Bezos is stepping down from the role. The founder of the world's largest e-commerce site announced the move Feb. 2, telling investors that he would transition into the role of executive chairman in the third quarter of this year. Andy Jassy, who has served as CEO of Amazon Web Services, will take over as CEO. "In the Exec Chair role, I intend to focus my energies and attention on new products and early initiatives," Bezos wrote in a letter to employees that was published on the company blog. "Andy is well known inside the company and has been at Amazon almost as long as I have. He will be an outstanding leader, and he has my full confidence." In recent years, Bezos has become a staple at Hollywood awards shows as Amazon has invested heavily in big-budget films and TV shows as a way to provide more value to subscribers to its Prime membership plan. "When people join Prime, they buy more of everything we sell," Bezos told THR in 2015 in an interview about why the e-commerce company had transformed itself into a Netflix competitor. "They buy more shoes, they buy more power tools and so on. How you pay for great content is an important part of making great content available." The company has made some missteps on its way to becoming a Hollywood player. In 2018, it ousted Amazon Studios head Roy Price following a ***ual harassment claim. For the past three years, former NBCUniversal executive Jen Salke has led the Santa Monica-based content arm, ordering a high-profile Lord of the Rings TV series that has yet to debut and building up a film slate that ranges from broad comedies like Borat Subsequent Moviefilm to insightful dramas like One Night in Miami. The division, which has collected a large haul of Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe nominations and wins, is not broken out in Amazon's earnings. Bezos has become the subject of fascination in business and media circles, gaining recognition for his particular management style. (Known to be frugal, he repurposed doors as desks during Amazon's startup days and extended the practice even as the company grew.) His 2019 divorce from wife Mackenzie Scott became the subject of tabloid fodder after private text messages between him and new girlfriend Lauren Sanchez were leaked to the National Enquirer. "As much as I still tap dance into the office, I'm excited about this transition," Bezos wrote in his note to employees. "Millions of customers depend on us for our services, and more than a million employees depend on us for their livelihoods. Being the CEO of Amazon is a deep responsibility, and it's consuming. When you have a responsibility like that, it's hard to put attention on anything else." He said that as executive chairman, he will have more "time and energy" to focus on philanthropic efforts Day One Fund and Bezos Earth Fund and non-Amazon businesses Blue Origin and The Washington Post, as well as other passions. "I’ve never had more energy, and this isn’t about retiring," he wrote. "I’m super passionate about the impact I think these organizations can have."
  5. All adults in the UK will be offered their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine by the end of July, the prime minister has pledged. More than 17 million people have been given a jab since the UK's Covid vaccine rollout began in December 2020. But Boris Johnson said he now wants the programme to "go further and faster". He said the July target would allow vulnerable people to be protected "sooner" and would help to further ease lockdown rules across the country. NHS England chief executive Sir Simon Stevens said there were "early signs" the vaccine rollout was contributing to a fall in hospital admissions. The PM is due to hold a final meeting with senior ministers about how to ease England's lockdown later, before he sets out the full "road map" on Monday. A speedy rollout of the vaccine to all vulnerable people is seen as critical to reducing the pandemic's death toll and relieving pressure on the NHS. The government's previous target was to offer all adults the first dose by September. The new plan means that by 15 April, all adults aged 50 and over, as well as younger people with underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk, should have been offered a jab. Source: BBC I cannot wait to get my Vaccine, i'll probably be one of the last people here to get it in July! This is positive news!
  6. In Europe, United Kingdom, Serbia, and Malta are doing the best. Kudos to them This graph is for European countries I'm afraid, how are countries out of Europe doing? Any users willing to share with us?
  7. The accidental discovery of marine organisms on a boulder on the sea floor beneath 900 metres (3,000ft) of Antarctic ice shelf has led scientists to rethink the limits of life on Earth. Researchers stumbled on the life-bearing rock after sinking a borehole through nearly a kilometre of the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf on the south-eastern Weddell Sea to obtain a sediment core from the seabed. Photos and video footage of the boulder show that it is home to at least two types of sponge, one of which has a long stem that opens into a head. But other organisms, which could be tube worms or stalked barnacles, also appear to be growing on the rock. “It was a real shock to find them there, a really good shock, but we can’t do DNA tests, we can’t work out what they’ve been eating, or how old they are. We don’t even know if they are new species, but they’re definitely living in a place where we wouldn’t expect them to be living” https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/feb/15/researchers-rethink-life-in-a-cold-climate-after-antarctic-find
  8. https://edition.cnn.com/politics/live-news/trump-impeachment-trial-02-13-2021/index.html "The Senate voted 57-43 today to acquit former President Trump of inciting an insurrection at the Capitol on Jan, 6. Trump's second impeachment trial lasted five days with both House managers and defense lawyers presenting evidence and arguments to support their positions. Trump acquitted: The vote to convict was 57 to 43, 10 short of the necessary threshold. It came after a long day of arguments over whether to allow witnesses at the trial and following closing arguments from both sides. Seven Republicans — Richard Burr, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Mitt Romney, Ben Sasse and Pat Toomey — voted to convict. "
  9. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/11/us/politics/trump-coronavirus.html#click=https://t.co/h5vYIkY9fw
  10. I really like pasta, but i think that it is a little bit overated. Tell me what you think about it. Also i think pasta is not really italian food, not even european food, it is an american food because the real word about pasta is makaronia.
  11. It’s been trending on Twitter it’s supposed to be an alternative to Instagram iOS Not available for Android
  12. Just in time for Black History Month. Sniffy Joe is making America great again!
  13. https://nypost.com/2021/01/25/california-may-have-highly-contagious-homegrown-covid-19-strain/amp/ I guess it's to move on to Houston lol.
  14. Lady Gaga topped Google's search trends on Inauguration Day with over five million searches. Biden's Inauguration was watched by more than a million people than Trump's, a 4% increase. Watch Gaga's performance of the National Anthem here. BTW, this is NOT an invite to bash the left or right. Don't let the comments get messy or I'll have to lock this. Related:
  15. Update: Joe Biden is officially the President-elect! Earlier: Today is Election Day in the United States! Joe Biden is running against Donald Trump to become President of the U.S. There are also a number of other races and issues, such as Congress seats and Judge races, depending on where you are located. Wondering why you should vote? Most of the world isn't free, and most people throughout history have never experienced freedom, including democracy, like we have in the U.S. Appreciate the power your voice has and embrace it! All of the rights, freedoms, and protections we have today are a result of people using their voices and their votes to make a difference in the past. You can do the same. The future of the country depends on your vote. Inspiring Stories Determined to vote, 89-year-old veteran signs ballot while strapped to gurney Orange County woman so determined to vote, she stopped to cast ballot on her way to giving birth These Americans are determined to cast a last ballot before dying Helpful Links Check to see if you are registered and able to vote Find your polling location View your ballot and learn more about the candidates + issues on your ballot Have you cast your vote yet?
  16. Free us Joe! Common love wasn’t for us, we created something phenomenal
  17. https://www.police.vic.gov.au/jess-mabilia-wanted-warrant?fbclid=IwAR1U1BWkS1vQjHCYLxkCOZb-8llx64VqhAhpnlGNf7zDcjYnOUNAH0BB_aQ would you let him hide at your place
  18. Sleepy Joe is Making America Great Again! Now enjoy! https://www.cnbc.com/2021/01/14/biden-stimulus-package-details-checks-unemployment-minimum-wage.html
  19. Trump impeached for the 2nd time The first president to be impeached twice in American Herstory
  20. Update: Twitter suspended Trump as well. Earlier: This is unprecedented. Facebook and Instagram banned Donald Trump from using their platforms indefinitely. The move comes after Twitter suspended his account temporarily because he violated their community guidelines for, you know, not putting an end to an attempted coup. They held off on doing this for SO long, and I know there will be major repercussions for this (it's a slippery slope), but good on them. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  21. Lady Gaga took to social media to express her stance on Trump following the act of domestic terrorism at the US Capitol. Related:
  22. This is America. Hundreds of Trump supporters pushed passed police barriers and stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday (Jan. 6). It's a response to lawmakers certifying Joe Biden's win as President. As a result, the Capitol building is now on lockdown. Thoughts?
  23. Hooray for backbones on policies that shouldn't protect World leaders. DUE to ongoing violence caused by his supporters like a couple people in here who we don't know, he's on a 12 Hour Twitter ban Pass the Champagne twitter did what should have been done anyway.
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