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2021 ACCORDING TO PSYCHICS: COVID-19 ends, families reunite, Neuralink takes offand zombies? – ABC 4

UTAH (ABC4) 2021. We made it. While no one can say what 2021 will look like for certain, ABC4 spoke with a few local intuitives and turned to the readings of renowned psychic Nostradamus to get a glimpse of how they think the year will play out. Continue reading


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What fresh hell will greet us in 2021? Invasion by an alien species of vampiric sheep? – Telegraph.co.uk

In Ordinary Days which, reputedly, did exist in some vague era prior to the tsunami of grim headlines and chaos an article such as this would have had a cheery tone. We are approachingthe final weekend of the year, whentravel columns usuallylook forward to the coming 12 months with a smile and a song, imagining huge adventures and new horizons. However, this being a time that Nostradamus took one look at and wrote simply whoa, good luck mate, we can't do that Continue reading


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Jimmy Carr hair transplant on show on Big Fat Quiz of the Year 2020 – before and after – Express

He took to intermittent fasting, which sees dieters restrict when they eat rather than what they eat. Jimmy described his method on Loose Women, explaining: "I stopped eating after six in the evening. Jimmy went on: I was eating very late, I was eating after shows, and if you work nights, if you stop eating then just have a big lunch, its nice Continue reading


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One Thing Every Universal Monster Reboot Should Learn From The Invisible Man – Screen Rant

The Invisible Man can act as a blueprint if Universal wants to continue their reboots of the classic monsters here's how they can do it. The Invisible Manremake finally landed Universal a critical and commercial success with one of the studio'sclassic monsterproperties. Continue reading


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Biden Sees the A-Team. I See the Blob. – Foreign Policy

Back in early 2001, I attended a dinner of foreign-policy mavens with a friend who was about to join the incoming Bush administration. His confidence in his future colleagues and his expectations for the future were sky-high. Continue reading


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WATCH: MrBeast Plays An Intense Game of Among Us With 100 Zombies – EssentiallySports

MrBeast seems to be quite a fan of Among Us, having played various mods of the game since its release, especially the 100 player mods. Continue reading


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100 best spy movies of all time | Entertainment – Kearney Hub

ess of the serial inspiredvarious other authors, such as Rudyard Kipling, to venture into this new written territory. From the success of the written works, spy films began as simple reenactments of real-life events in war, and increasing international tensions in the early 20th century laid the groundwork for the . Of course, spy films eventually saw a revival with the Nazi scourge in the 1940s, and these Nazi espionage films led to the classic Bond films, paving the way for modern blockbuster features like the Mission: Impossible and the Bourne series that many know and love today (although, the Mission:Impossible series was actually borne out of a 1960s television series of the same name) Continue reading


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Hammer House of Horror: the twisted suburban tales that inspired Mark Gatiss and more – The Guardian

Forty years ago this month, ITV broadcast a childrens birthday party that no one in attendance would forget. As a group of kids gathered on screen for jelly and games, a torrent of brilliant red Kensington gore suddenly came from above, soaking everything and everyone in the room. The look of shock and upset on the faces of the children invites questions as to exactly how much they or their parents, for that matter knew about how the scene would unfold Continue reading


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Terry L. Wood was example of hard work, dedication to family – Mason City Globe Gazette

I was probably the more mouthy one that was always in trouble, said Terrys daughter Bobbie Hackett, now 39. She was always backing us if there was an issue, always taking our side if we were honest with her. Continue reading


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We Live: Zombies Are The Least of Humanity’s Problems – Screen Rant

In We Live!, humanity faces problems much worse than zombies, including mutated lions and the promise that only 5,000 children will survive. Continue reading


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