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What’s Going On With WeWoreWhat And A Poshmark Seller? | Betches

If you follow fashion influencer and entrepreneur Danielle Bernstein of WeWoreWhat, you know that she has a line of bathing suits with swimwear brand Onia that’s coming out. Well, an employee at Onia accidentally took a batch of unreleased samples (instead of old/leftover samples) of WeWoreWhat x Onia swimwear that isn’t coming out for another two whole seasonsWhile the accidental Goodwill drop-off probably doesn’t sound like big of a deal at first, because let’s face it, the fashionistas of the world aren’t out here bargaining at Goodwill around the clock,…

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Saturday Night Live: Adam Driver hosts a third time and outdoes himself

Show takes on impeachment trial and for the first time in about two years delivers a great cold open Saturday Night Live returns from holiday hiatus with Republican Senators Mitch McConnell (Beck Bennett) and Susan Collins (Cecily Strong) discussing their desire for a fair Alan Dershowitz (former cast member Jon Lovitz). Despite their protestations, he compares Trump to some of his famous former clients: rey Epstein, Claus von Blow. Suddenly, Dershowitz suffers a heart attack and wakes up in Hell, where a star-struck Satan (Kate McKinnon) fawns over him and…

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EU lawmakers are eyeing risk-based rules for AI, per leaked white paper

The European Commission is considering a temporary ban on the use of facial recognition technology, according to a draft proposal for regulating artificial intelligence obtained by Euroactiv. Creating rules to ensure AI is ‘trustworthy and human’ has been an early flagship policy promise of the new Commission, led by president Ursula von der Leyen. But the leaked proposal suggests the EU’s executive body is in fact leaning towards tweaks of existing rules and sector/app specific risk-assessments and requirements, rather than anything as firm as blanket sectoral requirements or bans. The…

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Warren falls behind in Iowa but wins coveted newspaper endorsement

Des Moines Register names Warren the president this nation needs asSanders emerges frontrunner in Iowa and New Hampshire 2020 nomination voting states this weekend, Iowa and New Hampshire, according to the latest polls but @ewarrens competence, respect for others and status as the nations first female president would be a fitting response to the ignorance, sexism and xenophobia of the Trump Oval Office, the Registers editorial board writes. https://t.co/hLkImNiU2a surging Bernie Sanders, the original ultra-progressive in his runs for the White House in 2016 and 2020 elections, topped a new…

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China’s unprecedented quarantines could have wider consequences, experts say

(CNN)With Chinese authorities warning the coronavirus outbreak is accelerating, placing millions of people in more than a dozen Chinese cities under intense travel restrictions might seem like a good idea. The shutdown of Wuhan, a city of more than 11 million people where the virus originated, is “utterly incredible,” Howard Markel, professor and director of the Center for the History of Medicine at the University of Michigan, told CNN.

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Japanese Billionaire Seeks Woman To Be His Date On Flight To The Moon

It might be a bit of a cliché, but 44-year-old Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is looking for someone to love to the Moon and back – literally. Back in 2018, the fashion mogul was confirmed as the first person to have bought a ticket for Space X’s upcoming commercial flight to the Moon, and now he’s launched a campaign to find a lover to share the experience with. Writing on his personal website, Maezawa says that in spite of all his achievements and wealth, the prospect of “continuing to love…

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‘A quiet reminder of people gone but not forgotten’

Image caption Danny’s army number has been carved into the bench She hopes it stays in Hotham Park for many years, pointing out there is no option to take it home when you live in a first-floor flat with no garden. For other grieving families, the installation of a dedicated bench may only prove to be a temporary monument. Individual councils set their own rules for benches and other memorials to loved ones. Many only guarantee their position and maintenance for 10 years after which they may be taken away,…

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Google backtracks on search results design

Earlier today, Google announced that it would be redesigning the redesign of its search results as a response to withering criticism from politicians, consumers and the press over the way in which search results displays were made to look like ads. Google makes money when users of its search service click on ads. It doesn’t make money when people click on an unpaid search result. Making ads look like search results makes Google more money. It’s also a pretty evil (or at least unethical) business decision by a company whose…

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Parnas tape is a real problem for Trump

(CNN)“But her emails” became a shorthand way after the 2016 election to explain — often in jest and as memes — why Hillary Clinton, who was favored to win, lost to Donald Trump. However, all jokes aside, post-election studies confirmed that Clinton’s emails were the most-covered topic during the campaign between May 2015 and November 2016. The tapes in question are audio recordings secretly made of Trump by Lev Parnas, an associate of Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who was indicted last year for alleged campaign finance violations to which…

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TRACED Act signed into law, putting robocallers on notice

The Pallone-Thune TRACED Act, a bipartisan bit of legislation that should make life harder for the villains behind robocalls, was signed into law today by the president. It’s still possible to get things done in D.C. after all! We’ve covered the TRACED Act several times previously, as robocalls are, in addition to being horribly annoying, a uniquely annoying high-tech threat. Using clever targeting and spoofing technology, scammers are placing millions of calls that at best irritate and at worst take advantage of the vulnerable. The new law won’t end that…

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Brielle Biermann Shows Off Dramatic New Look For 2020: No More Lip Fillers! – Perez Hilton

Brielle Biermann is going back to the way she looked when she was 18 years old! Reality TV mogul Kim Zolciak Biermann‘s high-profile daughter, now 22, decided to do something different to kick off 2020: throw it On Sunday afternoon, the Don’t Be Tardy star announced on Instagram she was The twenty-something socialite got so much viral reaction from her first post-lip filler shot, she followed it up on Monday, too! As you can see (below), Brielle posted a video on IG directly referencing and showing off her “new lips” for the whole world to…

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Kobe Bryant: Remembering the final game of ‘The Black Mamba’

(CNN)Gone but never forgotten. As tributes poured in remembering Kobe Bryant’s remarkable basketball career following his death in a helicopter crash on Sunday in California, fans were left cherishing countless memories as they mourned the NBA great’s passing. “He’s the greatest of our generation,” he said. “He’s been a great inspiration for all of us.” ‘The first reality show’: ‘Hoop Dreams’ at 25 READ: ‘We all have Hoop Dreams’ — Bittersweet tale of first ‘reality TV show’ How great was Bryant as he bid farewell to the NBA? He outscored…

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