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Woman makes ghoulish visit to funeral insurance company that won’t process claim (9 GIFs)
Posted on: November 1, 2020 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

Woman makes ghoulish visit to funeral insurance company that won’t process claim (9 GIFs)

You know, I’ll fully admit that while I love posting weird revenge stories, some of the ones I’ve posted recently weren’t the best. Or, at the very least, they weren’t necessarily weird enough or batshit enough in the ways that I love. This story of South African shame on the other hand? It’s fully fucking gonzo, and I can’t even imagine witnessing this in person. (We’re dealing with some different…

The Link Up: The $17 Dress Birdie Won't Take Off, The BEST "Lip Balm" Jess Has Ever Tried, and Our New Go-To Mules - Emily Henderson
Posted on: October 25, 2020 Posted by: Comments: 0

The Link Up: The $17 Dress Birdie Won’t Take Off, The BEST “Lip Balm” Jess Has Ever Tried, and Our New Go-To Mules – Emily Henderson

We hope that you all had a good week, that your weekend has felt as calm as this living room looks and the week ahead will be the good kind of spooky:) Let’s get to this week’s links because we are really excited about them… This week’s house tour is an Australian beaut! The talented ladies of Three Birds Renovations are in the process of revealing their 12th house reno…

Huawei’s Mate 40 Pro looks like one of the best phones people won’t buy
Posted on: October 22, 2020 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

Huawei’s Mate 40 Pro looks like one of the best phones people won’t buy

Huawei today unveiled its latest flagships, the Mate 40 Pro and Pro+. The phones pack a massive ring-shaped camera array with multiple lenses, and their Kirin 9000 processor makes them just the second family of smartphones to use a 5-nanometer process, after Apple’s iPhone 12 family. The circular camera array lends the phone a unique aesthetic that doesn’t look like anything else out there. On the rear, anyway — on…

Queensland's LNP wants a curfew for kids, but evidence suggests this won't reduce crime
Posted on: October 22, 2020 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

Queensland’s LNP wants a curfew for kids, but evidence suggests this won’t reduce crime

One can always sense an election is looming when law and order becomes headline news. As Queenslanders head towards election day on October 31, the state’s opposition leader Deb Frecklington has announced that, if elected, the Liberal National Party will trial a curfew for children. Read more: As the Queensland campaign passes the halfway mark, the election is still Labor’s to lose In Townsville and Cairns, the LNP would introduce…

Trump took a sledgehammer to US-China relations. This won't be an easy fix, even if Biden wins
Posted on: October 19, 2020 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

Trump took a sledgehammer to US-China relations. This won’t be an easy fix, even if Biden wins

Few would have thought a US-China relationship marked by relative stability for half a century would be upended in just four years. But US President Donald Trump’s privileged tour of the Forbidden City in November 2017 by Chinese President Xi Jinping now looks like it happened in a bygone era, given the turbulence in the bilateral relationship since then. The shift in the US’s China policy is no doubt one…

COVID won't kill populism, even though populist leaders have crisis badly
Posted on: October 17, 2020 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

COVID won’t kill populism, even though populist leaders have handled the crisis badly

Three of the world’s most populist leaders of modern times – Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, have handled the COVID crisis badly. All three have caught it. In the Financial Times, chief economics commentator Martin Wolf has asked whether this spells the end of the sort of right wing aggressive populism that has been so successful in recent times. Martin Wolf – will Covid-19 kill off…

COVID won't kill populism, even though populist leaders have crisis badly
Posted on: October 15, 2020 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

COVID won’t kill populism, even though populist leaders have crisis badly

Three of the world’s most populist leaders of modern times – Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, have handled the COVID crisis badly. All three have caught it. In the Financial Times, chief economics commentator Martin Wolf has asked whether this spells the end of the sort of right wing aggressive populism that has been so successful in recent times. Martin Wolf – will Covid-19 kill off…

Why Uber’s supreme court battle won’t solve its drivers’ biggest problem
Posted on: October 12, 2020 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

Why Uber’s supreme court battle won’t solve its drivers’ biggest problem

The UK supreme court has just heard an appeal from Uber that has far-reaching implications for UK drivers and the wider gig economy. Uber wants to overturn an employment tribunal ruling from 2016, which improved the lot of its drivers by classifying them as “workers” instead of “self-employed contractors.” If upheld, many Uber drivers can look forward to an hourly minimum wage, paid breaks, sick pay and holiday pay, and…

Sony reveals list of PS4 games that won't work on PlayStation 5
Posted on: October 9, 2020 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

Sony reveals list of PS4 games that won’t work on PlayStation 5

Sony today finally clarified which, out of the thousands of PS4 games, won’t work on the PlayStation 5. Thankfully, the list is mercifully small, though even the games that work might have some problem. Still, if you’re getting the PS5 a month from now, there are only a handful of games you won’t be able to play. A PlayStation support article titled “Backwards compatibility” clarifies that the “overwhelming majority” of…