• November 27, 2021

He’s selling his hotel in DC

Trump’s Washington, DC hotel was a major source of corruption and cash for his business while he was in office, but now he’s selling it. Axios reported: Former President Trump is in advanced talks to sell the rights to his Trump International hotel in Washington, DC, sources tell Axios. …. Trump would sell the lease…

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Rolling Stone Arrested and Embarrassed for Writing the Fakeest “Horse Dewormer” Story You’ve Ever Seen

It’s funny how every time a therapeutic is hailed as a possible “treatment” for COVID, the mainstream media and Democrats come out like foaming wild animals to attack it. TIRED OF THE ADVERTISEMENTS? BECOME A PREMIUM USER TODAY !! It almost feels like an army of organized “bots” working to protect the Big Pharm vaccine.…

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Finally, some common sense and science

Finally a sign of common sense and use of science. The UK has reportedly banned COVID injections for children under the age of 16. Bloomberg reports the following related to COVID vaccines in the EU. European Union health authorities said there is no urgent need for widespread use of Covid-19 booster shots, although people with…

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Halo 3’s New “Alternate Universe” Armor Skins Sparking Realism Debate

This week, the Halo 343 developer began testing Halo: The Master Chief Collection Season 8 content for Halo 3 and Reach, giving players their first opportunity to try out the new armor skins from the “universe. alternative, “and it’s fair to say they’ve sparked a lot of debate within the community. Season 8 of MCC…

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Jeff White hopes Nathan Jones will be chosen for the Melbourne Demons’ final big push

Former best and fairest Melbourne and All-Australian winner Jeff White says he hopes sentimentality will prevail to allow Nathan Jones a place on the Demons’ team, including as a medical substitute, as the club pushes to end his 57-year drought as prime minister. Having been captain of the team for six seasons, having won the…

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Take-Two Files lawsuit against creators of GTA’s reverse engineering project

Image: MVG Recently, there are rumors about a Grand Theft Auto Trilogy remaster coming to Nintendo Switch later this year or sometime in 2022. Today’s GTA news is a bit different. Rockstar Games’ parent company Take-Two Interactive is now taking legal action against the 14 programmers behind the re3 project, creating games like Grand theft…

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Digital Deluxe and Collector’s Edition details – PlayStation.Blog

Thursday was going to be a celebration of Horizon Forbidden West and the amazing Guerrilla team working to deliver it on February 18, 2022. However, it is very clear that the offers we confirmed in our pre-order start-up did not hit the mark. Last year we made a commitment to offer free updates to our…

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Responsible Taliban? Hickenlooper’s brain enters the twilight zone

Joe Biden isn’t the only one in Washington, DC who has no idea what’s going on in the world. The brain of US Senator John Hickenlooper has been absent from the Twilight Zone, where he is dangerously recalling important historical events and mistaking the Taliban for wayward teens who brought down a mailbox. The two…

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Worrisome signs that our hospitals were unable to cope with the rise in COVID

Until last week, Prime Minister Daniel Andrews’s job was relatively straightforward: target zero COVID cases and then open normally. That strategy, restrictions and blocks, worked five times before. But on Wednesday, Andrews accepted that this blockade, the sixth, will not be able to prevent the spread of the Delta variant. Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews…

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COVID Hospitalization Rate for American Children Soars, But Vaccination Makes the Difference

Pediatric COVID-19 hospitalizations have skyrocketed in the US over the summer as the highly contagious delta variant spread across the country, according to two new studies from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. From late June to mid-August, hospitalization rates in the United States for children and adolescents increased nearly five times, although they…

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