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originally posted by: imthegoat
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: imthegoat
I was listening to this guy named Rude Jude on Sirius XM last night. This topic came up in their discussions. He said that he knows many people who have worked at a high level with Ellen on her show. Apparently she is an absolute monster in real life. The complete opposite of the happy go lucky, goofy persona she displays in public.
Supposedly she berates her employees on a daily basis, cussing them out in front of other employees. She is verbally and physically abusive to all her staff. Everyone is afraid of her. The definition of a hostile workplace environment.
I believe it. I just figured it was normalcy with celebrities. Its not the first time that its happened, and those people are still around. Just curious as to why it would end her career, and not the others. Look at all of the celebrities that have gotten physical with paparazzi, everyone from Bjork to Bieber. They still have careers. Look at those who've been in and out of prison -- still have careers. Everyone thought Martha Stewart was done for after her stint -- she just got more famous thanks to Snoop Dogg and younger generations. Everyone knew about Weinsteim being rapey and look how long that lasted. Cory Feldman warned everyone for years, along with others, that Hollywood was a deep cesspool of all of that. No one believed him even a few years ago.
Just don't see Ellen's career being over because she's rich and entitled 🤷♂️
ETA: Add Johnny Cash to that list. Coke head, in and out of jail, rebel, not a nice guy (my grandmother used to be somewhat neighbors with him in California, and watched him get busted for coke). Now he's even more popular, highly regarded by a lot of artists, and more and more loved by younger generations. 🤷♂️
Is there lyfe on Mars? New concept broadens search for alien organisms
That’s why new research supported by Nasa’s astrobiology programme has developed a novel and broader definition of life – a definition that encapsulates life on Earth but also the possibility of “life not as we know it” elsewhere on the board. They call it lyfe.
originally posted by: PilSungMtnMan
Fauci pushing for everyone to wear goggles.
It’s official. He’s been trolling us the whole time. He’s jumped the shark now.
originally posted by: Staffordshire1
originally posted by: cherokeetroy
QAnon Has Gone Global
The pandemic has led to explosive growth for the QAnon conspiracy, not just in the U.S., but internationally.
Marc-André Argentino, a PhD candidate at Concordia University who studies QAnon and similar far-right movements, recently did a data sweep of QAnon groups on social media. Based on his most recent analysis (which was taken before the Twitter crackdown last week), QAnon has had a 71 percent increase in Twitter content and a 651 percent increase on Facebook since March.
On Facebook, his data showed there were 179 groups with more than 1.4 million members—up from 60 groups and less than a quarter a million members in the same period. During that time, QAnon pages on Facebook doubled, from 63 to 120 pages. Facebook removed a small number of QAnon pages in April but the conspiracy is still growing quickly on the platform.
How long have I been saying it's not about USA? Yes they will be the first domino. Here's a truth, worldwide Q has more followers than there are followers in USA. We need to forget political parties in America it's much bigger than that, I'm not saying don't vote . For the last time this is not about USA. My apologies to the US patriots, I just happen to be a world (all) patriot.
originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: Vasa Croe
That literally sounds like a think tank of white dudes wrote it.
At least ten financial institutions -- including Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase and Citibank -- have been issued subpoenas in recent weeks from the office of USVI Attorney General Denise George, according to court filings reviewed by ABC News. The subpoenas seek account records, transaction details and communications concerning Epstein, his estate, and more than 30 corporations, trusts and nonprofit entities connected to him.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe