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‘First Man’ composer Justin Hurwitz on setting Neil Armstrong’s otherworldly journey to music

How can a movie capture an experience that everyone in the world has heard about, but only an extremely privileged few will ever get to have firsthand?  Well, for starters, it’s got to have the right music. That’s the task composer Justin Hurwitz faced when he signed up for First Man, director Damien Chazelle’s telling of Neil Armstrong’s journey to the moon. But while reading Josh Singer’s script, Hurwitz was most struck by how alienating the trip must have been for Armstrong. “I really responded to this idea in the…

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This Volunteer Comes in Daily to Brush Cats and then Takes a Snooze

An amazing volunteer named Terry has gone viral after the Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary shared on Facebook the following message along with some priceless pics: We are so lucky to have a human like Terry. Terry just came along one day and introduced himself. He said he’d like to brush cats. Eventually it became everyday. He brushes all of the cats, and can tell you about all of their likes and dislikes. He also accidentally falls asleep most days. We don’t mind – Cats need this! Terry is a wonderful…

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Confused By Kanye At The Trump White House? Heres Your Definitive Analysis

Trump knows his shtick is shtick. He doesn’t believe a word of it. Kanye, apparently, believes every word of what he’s saying. It breaks your heart, because you see how wounded he is. Click Here To Read David Shields David Shields is the internationally bestselling author of twenty-two books, including Reality Hunger (named one of … See Trump like you’ve never seen Trump before… Digital Book $4.95

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Australian Firefighters Pose With Animals For 2019 Charity Calendar, And The Photos Are So Hot It May Start Fires

After 17 rigorous days of photography, the final images are put together to create the iconic Australian Firefighters Calendar for fans across the globe. The biggest surprise from last year was the viral sensation that came from one of their Facebook posts featuring the Australian firefighters with kittens. The response was so overwhelming they felt the need to expand the photo shoot this year to include a cat calendar for the 2019 season. #9 #10 #19 #20 #29 #30 #39 #40 Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/the-australian-firefighters-2019-calendar/

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My Self-Help Tape Told Me To Kill Myself

Scary Stories My Self-Help Tape Told Me To Kill Myself Tobias Wade Updated October 11, 2018 0 I hate my job. I hate selling days of my life while barely earning enough to sustain it. I hate my boss who tells me I’m lucky to find stable work in such an uncertain world. I hate my friends who treat dreams like an unfortunate symptom of youth that need to be outgrown. And most of all, I hate myself for not doing anything to change. I keep waking up at the same…

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‘WTF are you talking about?’ CNN’s Kaitlan Collins called out for ‘most ridiculous take’ on Brett Kavanaugh’s denials

In light of Julie Swetnick’s sworn declaration, Brett Kavanaugh is once again denying being a depraved sexual predator. And CNN’s Kaitlan Collins is reading between the lines. Or something: How Judge Kavanaugh’s responses have shifted as more accusers have come forward: pic.twitter.com/4EmDv7QigR — Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) September 26, 2018 Wow. Damning. Wait, what? That's quite a shift from "no I didn't" to "seriously, I didn't" and finally all the way to "No I didn't" https://t.co/kvBiJP3x6F — Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) September 26, 2018 Wow. He went from "categorically and unequivocally deny,"…

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Salvadoran priest Oscar Romero to be declared saint by Pope Francis

The canonisation of the assassinated archbishop will take place on Sunday in Rome Oscar Romero, the Salvadoran priest who championed social justice for the poor and dispossessed, will be proclaimed a saint by Pope Francis in a canonisation ceremony in Rome on Sunday, almost four decades after he was assassinated by a rightwing death squad. The former archbishop of San Salvador, who was closely associated with the Latin American liberation theology movement of the 1960s and 70s, will be canonised along with six others at the ceremony in St Peters…

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Trump campaign claims WikiLeaks not liable for releasing hacked emails

Campaign defends site in legal filing that departs from US policy, addressing questions central to Robert Muellers Russia inquiry The Trump campaign argued in a legal filing that WikiLeaks could not be held liable for publishing emails that were stolen by Russian hackers ahead of the 2016 US election because the website was simply serving as a passive publishing platform on behalf of a third party, in the same way as Google or Facebook. Questions about WikiLeaks publication of thousands of hacked emails, which it allegedly obtained following a plot…

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