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21 Feb 19
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21 Feb 19
The Ghetto Activist

This piece is for all my brothers out there that need they ass checked. Share it accordingly. First, if you didn’t know, I’m a black man (FYI that’s not me in the featured photo). Second, if you didn’t know I have a lot of black friends. Needless to say, for all the wypipo reading this, […]

21 Feb 19
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Manorama music finally going to release the most anticipated movie Joseph DVD on 22-2-2019 IMDB 8.5/10Joseph is a retired police officer with adept investigative skills. He accidentally gets involved in a crime case after his ex-wife’s unexpected demise. THE MOVIE GET A GOOD RESPONSE FROM THE VIEWERSRelease date: 16 November 2018 Director: M. Padmakumar Music […]

21 Feb 19
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  Title: It’s Not About The Burqa Editor: Mariam Khan Publisher: Picador Publication Date: February 21st 2019 Rating: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 Goodreads | Amazon UK | Book Depository

21 Feb 19
The Reading Fangirl

Genre: Non- Fiction Pages: 272 Publisher: Picador Source: Publisher Format: Finished Copy Rating: 5 stars Goodreads Buy the Book: Waterstones, Amazon, The Book Depository Blurb: When was the last time you heard a Muslim woman speak for herself without a filter? In 2016, Mariam Khan read that David Cameron had linked the radicalization of Muslim […]

21 Feb 19
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Family physician still exist. There are several still providing similar solutions to their precursors although residence visits are no longer feasible other than in emergency situations. Although more people are seeking treatment from doctors focusing on various areas of medication, family practitioner are still an integral part of the health care system. Actually, lots of […]

21 Feb 19
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Ghana is getting hot for some branded “Ashawobrities’ as a new Snapchat Blogger by name ‘fatpu$$y005’ now “Karma Is A Bitch Called Fatpuss” has started her exclusive leaks. Moesha & Ibana started to make a trend after the highly confidential Blogger revealed that the latter had infested the former with an HIV. The lady claims Moesha […]

21 Feb 19
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21 Feb 19
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21 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
THIS is the shocking moment a Scots girl is ‘attacked by Spanish cops’ as she flees among Celtic fans from baton-wielding riot police. Celts travelled in their thousands to Valencia where their team take on the Spaniards in the knockout stages of the Europa League. Officers can be seen swinging their batons at supporters Cops confronting Emma and other fans But clashes between fans and officers away from the Mestalla have dampened the trip for many. One female supporter filmed the confrontations between supporters and police and shared the shock footage on social media. She captioned it: “Tried to get one of the videos of police hitting folk last night while walking back to the apartment so they hit me.” In the 30-second clip, officers can be seen with batons and riot shields confronting Hoops fans. Tried to get one of the videos of police hitting folk last night while walking back to the apartment so they hit me 🙃😭 pic.twitter.com/tpdEGf7Vjh — Emma McFarlane (@emmamcfarlanexx) February 21, 2019 Police standing over a decked man with truncheons drawn As one approaches the girl – who is behind the camera – fans can be heard shouting: “what the f*** are you doing?” As she backs away she drops the camera before another voice is heard yelling: “that’s a f***ing girl’s phone.” Another adds: “You’re a f***ing moron”, seemingly aiming the insult at cops. The video has been viewed more than 22,000 times with plenty fans condemning the heavy-handed tactics. One person said: “Ffs! Hope you’re okay. Stay safe xxx”. People just out enjoying themselves, police start slowly closing in from across the street closer and closer and then attack for the sake of hitting folk! pic.twitter.com/THoc9EJvk4 — Ciaran H (@_ciaranhaughey) February 20, 2019 More Hoops fans are confronted by officers Another commented: “Hope your ok stay safe”. One wrote: “wow. they have no boundaries !!” A fourth blasted: “Terrible from the police hope everyone manages to stay safe for the rest of the time before heading home”. The same fan tweeted a short time before posting her clip that she was “hiding in her room”, branding police “f***ing maniacs”. More footage shared online also shows clearer images of officers swinging their batons at supporters who can be seen attempting to cover themselves to avoid being hit. Another video of Celtic fans and the Spanish Police last night.. #CFC 🇪🇸 pic.twitter.com/AtTwhm9S7l — The Real Casuals (@RealCasuals) February 21, 2019 Armed Spanish police ‘fire rubber bullets’ at Celtic fans amid violent clashes ahead of Valencia match In one clip an officer thumps a fan after ducking to avoid an item being launched from a crowd. One man is seen lying on the ground after a confrontation with police. We showed you footage of more violent trouble from earlier this week between police and fans. Armed cops appeared to fire ‘rubber bullets’ and swing truncheons at supporters. [article-rail-topic title=”RELATED STORIES” term_id=”51″ posts_number=”6″ /] Celtic play Valencia tonight in the second leg of their Last 32 round hoping to claw back a 2-0 deficit from the first game last week. We told how more than 10,000 Scots were expected to arrive in Spain ahead of the crunch tie. Hoops supporter liaison officer John Paul Taylor revealed there would be NO fanzone during the clash. [bc_video video_id=”6004936878001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Spanish police appear to shoot Celtic fans with rubber bullets and lash out at them with batons in violent scenes circulating online”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200
21 Feb 19
Quartz
I’m sorry not sorry I read self-help guru Rachel Hollis’s upcoming book, Girl, Stop Apologizing. On the one hand, the book offered me insight on the publishing phenomenon that is Hollis. Her last book, Girl, Wash Your Face, was a 2018 New York Times bestseller and Amazon’s second-most-sold book last year. Hollis is living the new American Dream, having transformed herself into a brand. She went from a seller of event-planning services to a food and lifestyle blogger to peddler of her own tale. Now, the song of her self is the product that Hollis sells, and there’s no doubt that she’s been successful at this endeavor. As she discusses at length in her book, to be published in March 2019, Hollis is now a widely sought-after public speaker who can demand clients pay for her to fly first class; a business owner with a growing enterprise; a writer, podcaster, mother, and wife. A self-described gawky and poor girl from a “Texas hill town,” Hollis pulled herself up by her cowboy boot straps and made it in Los Angeles. Based on this track record, chances are good that she will also succeed at her dream of building a media empire. On the other hand, Hollis’s new book struck me as a bit disingenuous. Hollis is a Christian, the daughter of a preacher, and she seeks converts to her church of self-care. What she wants women to understand is that we are allowed to aspire to greatness and to be ambitious. (The book’s subtitle is A Shame-Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals.) But this feminist cheerleading seems to be the altruistic package in which she wraps her own more personal desire, which is basically to be rich and famous. That desire is not in and of itself problematic. But because Hollis is also arguing that women need to stop being selfless, the missionary element is unnecessary and undermines the writer’s arguments. Hollis might be more convincing if she just admitted that she’s hungry on her own behalf. What’s most disconcerting, however, isn’t the mixed messaging. It’s the writer’s reference points, or lack thereof. Because her own life is the story that she sells for a living, Hollis rarely looks beyond it. She turns inward in order to understand and explain the world—and occasionally to the TV show Friends or a Drew Barrymore movie. That’s fine if you’re writing a journal, but less compelling when you’re positioning yourself as an international feminist leader. Physic, heal thyself The problem with Hollis’s message is, first, that it’s obvious. It can hardly come as news to the millions of women on Instagram who follow Hollis that #LifeGoals are legitimate. By saying as much over and over as if introducing a revolutionary notion, Hollis only emphasizes the fact that she’s perhaps not as well-suited to lead the revolution as she believes. For example, she reveals in her book that for many years, while growing her Instagram following, she downplayed her work while highlighting her perfect marriage and devotion to her children so that she would seem like the ideal woman. Hollis writes:  The truth was there were so many things I was dreaming of. I had ideas to share with the world about how women could change their mindsets, their mental health, their self-esteem, and, yes, the way they color their eyebrows (because that matters to me almost as much as all the rest combined)…I believed I could change the world.  But Hollis didn’t dare admit her dreams, lest it appear unseemly that she wanted to achieve anything outside the home, which she apparently believes is still a taboo for most women. Or rather, she didn’t dare discuss her goals until she had hooked in enough followers by putting up a facade and then hooked more by ripping it off and revealing—gasp!—that she was actually aiming to inspire womankind to go for the gold. As a reader who is older than the author, I can attest that the concept of female success wasn’t invented by a Texas millennial, however much Hollis insists otherwise. Nor will it come as a surprise to many women that they can be both bookish and stylish, though it’s one of the many milquetoast ideas Hollis presents as if it was wild. For all of her allegedly progressive propositions, Hollis can’t help but reinforce regressive ideas throughout her book, offering a bundle of contradictions. She makes a big point of her own transformation from ungainly overweight child to adult object of desire, aided by a rigorous diet and exercise, a “boob job,” hair extensions and dyes, makeup artists, and advice from stylists. But she also urges women to accept and love themselves. She tells ladies to dream unabashedly big, then offers as an example of this a mom who gets in shape and loses weight for the sake of her family’s health. Hollis wants women to work on their confidence in one breath, but also to drink lots of water to feel full so we won’t need to eat very much in the next. It’s difficult to square the various messages. Hollis champions self-care and self-love as she urges us to work relentlessly on transformation. She emphasizes positivity but provides a recipe for perpetual dissatisfaction—a life spent making lists of what will be and chasing the fruits of tomorrow’s labor, rather than one in which we are present. The inconsistency would be forgivable if her method sounded more livable—but the advice Hollis offers is so superficial as to be practically negligible. She says she wants to take the pressure off women, to free us to be ourselves, yet she reiterates the same old expectations that we be superhuman, simultaneously ambitious, smart, beautiful, loving, generous, community-oriented, unapologetic, and entirely acceptable. The writer rarely seems to wrestle with the cultural pressures on women, the possibility that we might not be able to have it all or even want to, except to say that we shouldn’t give in to those forces—all while showing us how to appease them with great enthusiasm. Girl, next door And here’s where it all gets a bit tricky. Hollis is not an intellectual. That may be precisely why her writing has struck a chord with so many. Her selling point is that she’s not a rare and exotic bird or a nerd (though she does refer to herself as a nerd repeatedly). She’s the American girl next door, done good in precisely the way a good girl would, which is by planning weddings and eventually parlaying the Instagramming of her perfectly constructed world into a business that provides guidance for other “girls” like her, based mostly on the retelling of her rags-to-riches tale. It’s an amazing story, no doubt, and Hollis does seem to be inspiring many, if sales of her previous book are any indication. But her insights in Girl, Stop Apologizing are limited, and the writing leaves something to be desired. Much of the 200-page treatise of Hollis on Hollis is made up of discussion of meeting her word count and deadlines, leaving the reader with the distinct impression that the book should have been titled, Girl, Hurry Up! “If you don’t know yet that I’m so fired up for you and your dreams, then we must just not know each other well enough yet,” Hollis writes in the final chapter. But she reassures readers that “there’s an enthusiastic mom of four living somewhere on a ranch in Texas that cannot wait to see what you do next.” Her fans will no doubt appreciate the sentiment. Hollis is popular not because she’s logical, but because she says she wants to be everyone’s friend. And we live in a time when the concept of friendship has been so profoundly abstracted that just imagining a famous stranger is rooting for you just might suffice to qualify.
21 Feb 19
Toronto Sun

Dear Readers: I’ve stepped away from the Ask Amy column for two weeks to work on a new writing project. I hope you enjoy these edited “best of” columns in my absence. All of these questions and answers were first published 10 years ago. Today’s theme is: unhappy partners. Dear Amy: Several years ago, I […]

21 Feb 19
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