Seth Meyers Conducts New Trump Test On Beto, Draws F**king Weird Conclusion

Seth Meyers is keen to scrutinize weird comments made by The comedian explained on Thursday’s broadcast of “Late Night” that “we’re going to ask ourselves ‘would we make fun of Trump if he said that?’” announced his presidential run on Thursday. “Because every word was pulled out of me. Like, by some greater force, which was just the people there. Everything that I said, I was, like, watching myself, being like, How am I saying this stuff? Where is this coming from?”  Check out the clip above. Download Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

Solving the mystery of Effie’s wedding

Four smaller photos with the words “Millport 1952” written on the back show groups of children called Moira, Grace, Helen, Rosemary, Janice and John. The photographs were found in the John Lewis store in Glasgow in October last year. Image copyright Police Scotland Image caption It appeared to be a fun summer in Millport for these children in 1952 If you have any information about the photographs you can email us at newsonlinescotland@bbc.co.uk

Real-life snow angels, a one-of-a-kind gym and a baby tapir!

(CNN)Here’s a money-saving tip: If you want to have fun and do some good in the world, lend someone a hand. Most of the time, it’s completely free.If you think about it, kindness is kind of its own renewable energy source, and this week was full of people putting their endless stores of kindness on turbo-max mode. We dare you to read on and not feel newly energized yourself. Our favorites this week

‘Walking Dead’ Star Clarifies His ‘Frustrations’ With The Show

It all started with The Hollywood Reporter, which ran a story titled, “It was a little bit of a gulp moment for me,” the actor said. The article was “very fair,” but the echo chamber that followed was not what he expected. “I’ve never talked shit about the show because I wouldn’t. I don’t have anything to say badly about the show.” Payne’s character, Jesus, is one of the most prolific fighters in the comics, but he didn’t see many of those original storybook moments come to life in the show. In fact, other than his shocking exit by death ― which was used to introduce the series’ new villains, The Whisperers, a group that wears the skins of zombies …

The argument for playing video games with our kids

(CNN)There is, inevitably, a gap between the parents we are and the parents we think we are. Not unlike algorithms, we rely on the past to inform our parenting decisions in the present. But this world keeps on turning, and the parenting present is never quite like the past. “We know abstinence sex education doesn’t work and creates unhealthy sexual relationships. So why are we taking a similar approach with screen time?” Shapiro said. Instead of shying away from the digital bogeyman, he wants parents to embrace it. “Why don’t we build rituals with new technologies that teach [our children] moral and ethical lessons?” Screen time can be quality time I went all-in. Every night for a week, during our …

This Theory Explains Why Tyrion Looks Distressed In The New Trailer

“Game of Thrones”  dead Starks rising from the grave, and you’re ready for trailer No. 2. But before you move on, there’s one question that begs further discussion: Uh, what’s the deal with Tyrion? George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, is shown in the trailer just for a brief second, looking up and appearing somewhat distressed. The moment got us wondering what he was looking at, and, through all the theories and possibilities, we keep coming back to one thought: HBO What are you looking at, Tyrion? Season 6 trailer showed him holding a torch during the scene where he unchained Dany’s (Emilia Clarke) dragons. And the Season 7 trailer featured him watching the dragons from the edge of …

Shoreham pilot cleared over crash deaths

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionFamilies of those who died have described the pain they have been through The pilot of a jet which crashed at the Shoreham Airshow killing 11 men has been found not guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence. Andrew Hill’s ex-military jet exploded in a fireball on the A27 in Sussex on 22 August 2015. The former RAF pilot, 54, denied deliberately beginning a loop manoeuvre despite flying too low and too slowly. Karim Khalil QC, defending, argued Mr Hill had been suffering from “cognitive impairment” when the jet crashed. Mr Hill, from Sandon, near Buntingford, Hertfordshire, was also formally acquitted of a count – that was not put in front of the …

The 67 most stunning lines from Donald Trump’s epic 2-hour CPAC speech

(CNN)Fresh off an unsuccessful summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump jetted back from Vietnam just in time to appear at the annual CPAC conference. And away we go! 2. “What we did in 2016 — the Election, we call it, with a capital ‘E’ — it’s never been done before.” Donald Trump, grammar expert. Also, copy editor. Also also, history-maker. 3. “I was probably more of a conservative than a Republican. People just didn’t quite understand that. They didn’t understand it.” They likely didn’t understand it because Trump, prior to running for president as a Republican, had expressed any number of views — on abortion, same-sex marriage and lots else — that suggested he was …

MacGruber TV Series Will Be Too Filthy For Network TV, Will Forte Says

Will Forte and his co-creators are pitching ― “to some places,” as he told Jimmy Fallon last month ― is too “filthy” to be shown on network television. a recent interview with IndieWire. “This would be more likely someplace that would let us say the F-word, and talk about penises for 90 percent of the show. That’s likely not gonna be a network thing.” Like the character Angus “Mac” MacGyver, who used his Swiss Army knife and other common items to get out of dangerous situations, MacGruber also used common items to try to escape peril. (In 2016, CBS rebooted “MacGyver” with Lucas Till in the title role.) “The state of ‘MacGruber’ right now is, we’re trying to see if somebody …

Sen. Amy Klobuchar takes the self-deprecating route to entertain Gridiron guests

(CNN)Sen. Amy Klobuchar addressed the quirkiest story to emerge about her since she announced her presidential candidacy right out of the gate. She went after another elephant in the room by addressing media reports claiming she often berated her staff. “So when Jerry called me about tonight, he asked, ‘Do you need a microphone or do you just prefer to yell at everyone?’” she said. “I said microphone,” Klobuchar deadpanned. Klobuchar was invited to address the annual white-tie, invitation-only affair hosted by Washington’s journalism establishment, along with her Republican colleague, Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana. A relative newcomer to the Congress, Kennedy’s folksy, quick-witted sound bites have garnered attention. In a town known for its backbiting politics rather than its …

6 Books, Movies And Shows That Break Down Why Blackface Isn’t Just Offensive It’s Dangerous

In recent weeks alone, three prominent white male politicians from Virginia ― Gov. Ralph Northam (D), state Sen. Tommy Norment (R) and Attorney General Mark Herring (D) ― have been asked to answer for their use of or association with blackface in decades-old photos. And two major fashion houses, Gucci and Prada,  The deluge of controversy is a reminder that blackface isn’t just a historic offense relegated to the pages of yearbooks. It’s a modern reality with deeply misunderstood roots. Northam, whose 1984 medical school yearbook page shows  But that’s the thing about blackface in 2019: Conversations about the racist act still revolve around its inherent offensiveness and how mocking portrayals of black people date back to 19th century minstrel performances (we’ve written about that …

A company where everyone works from home. Here’s how to make it work

Having a 9-to-5 job doesn’t always mean sitting behind a desk. Opting for a 100% remote staff isn’t just a money saver, it also expands the talent pool a company can dip into and helps boost retention. But maintaining a strong corporate culture and an engaged and productive workforce can be tough when you aren’t getting daily face time.

Crackerjack is coming back, 35 years on

Image caption Ian and Janette Krankie were among the show’s regulars In the 1980s, Stu Francis entertained young viewers with his catchphrase “Ooh, I could crush a grape!” and such variants as “I could mash a potato” and “I could rip a tissue”. Image caption Other previous presenters include Eamonn Andrews and Ed Stewart Regular performers included Bernie Clifton, The Krankies and Basil Brush, while Chas and Dave sang its jovial theme tune. Other features included the audience yelling the show’s title every time it was said, and games like Double or Drop, which will return in the new series. The BBC said the programme would be “revitalised for today’s connected generation, giving them an all-round, interactive experience”. Sam Nixon …

Four children die in house fire

Their two-year-old brother Jack survived, along with mother Natalie Unitt, 24 and her partner Chris Moulton, 28. Neighbours ‘distraught’ over fatal house fire Part of the roof collapsed, windows were shattered and rooms left blackened by the blaze after the fire broke out on Sycamore Lane at about 02:40 GMT. Neighbour Wendy Pickering said she heard “screaming” in the middle of the night, while her husband Bryan said he was alerted to the fire by his dog barking during the night. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionNeighbour’s tears for children killed in Stafford fire Firefighters confirmed that a man, woman and young child had escaped from a first-floor window before emergency services arrives. The cause of the …

Trevor Noah slams Mel Gibson during Oscars speech about ‘Black Panther’

TREVOR NOAH: ‘THE SECOND AMENDMENT WAS NOT MADE FOR BLACK FOLKS’ “‘Black Panther’ may be an African hero, but his story and his appeal are universal. I know this personally because of all the people that constantly come up to me and say, ‘Wakanda Forever!’” Noah said, noting that people in Africa and France come up to him and say the film’s catchphrase. ”Mel Gibson came up to me like, ‘Wakanda Forever.’ He said another word after that, but the Wakanda part was nice.” TREVOR NOAH: TRUMP’S ‘SUPERHUMAN STUPIDITY’ LED PRESIDENT TO DISCOUNT HIS OWN ADMINISTRATION’S CLIMATE REPORT Gibson had been shunned for many years in Hollywood following an alleged anti-Semitic tirade while being arrested for drunk driving in 2006. He …