All but final?

National coach Yeng Guiao has repeatedly said that the second and final tune-up game with the Adelaide 36ers should serve as the barometer for Gilas Pilipinas' readiness for the Fiba World Cup. Instead, Sunday night's friendly against the Aussie club became indicative of the makeup of the Nationals' roster for the global meet, which begins Aug. 31 in the Chinese city of Foshan. "It won't necessarily mirror [the selection of the last six players for the final 12]," he said Saturday. "But it is a chance to evaluate and assess." Gilas is due to unveil its 12-man lineup for the Worlds on Monday, but Guiao also said in the past that he already has 10 in mind, with six as shoo-ins. ...

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Pair held woman as sex slave, tortured her in front of kids: cops
A woman was held captive as a sex slave at hotels in North Carolina, where she was repeatedly beaten and tortured in front of her two young children, police said. The unidentified woman was forced to endure “unspeakable violent acts” in front of her children at two hotels in Pineville and was viciously punished if...
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'Seinfeld' is moving to Netflix in 2021
With the likes of Disney+, HBO Max and NBCUniversal yanking shows and movies from Netflix for their own streaming services, there's a good reason why the latter has been investing so heavily in originals over the last several years. It'll still have...
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You Can Buy Bags of the Good Ice at Sonic
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NYPD inspector killed in Bronx crash identified as Cadet Corps head Michael McGrath
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Thomas Cook gains extra time to secure rescue deal
Tour operator struggling with debt puts off creditors’ vote over terms of finance packageThomas Cook has delayed a crunch creditors’ vote until next week, giving the stricken tour operator more time to smooth obstacles to a £1.1bn rescue package aimed at saving it from collapse.Fears for the future of the the 178-year-old tour operator have been mounting, as it threatens to buckle under the weight of high debt, intense competition and one-off factors including last summer’s heatwave and Brexit uncertainty. Continue reading...
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Labour cannot out-remain the Lib Dems. Thankfully, it doesn’t need to | Tom Kibasi
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Netflix buys streaming rights for ‘Seinfeld’
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Dear Honda, this adorable electric car needs to come to the US
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Woman fights to keep her three emotional support monkeys
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Oil prices up 12% after attack on key Saudi oil facilities
Oil prices jumped roughly 12% on Monday after an attack on Saudi Arabian crude oil facilities over the weekend sliced the kingdom's production in half and intensified concerns of retaliatory actions in the Middle East.
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Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade help raise money for LGBTQ nonprofit
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Facebook’s ‘undesirable’ appearance policy keeps blocking the wrong people
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Lex Gillies loves Instagram. As a rosacea activist and beauty blogger, the app has become her primary tool for sharing her work and connecting with other people who live with skin differences. “I didn’t know anybody with rosacea in my real life and it was the internet that gave me all of these people who I could speak to and they would understand,” Gillies told The Verge. But over the past few days, her relationship with Instagram has strained. Last week, photographer Sophie Harris-Taylor opened an exhibition in London titled “Epidermis.” The show features models with different skin conditions, like rosacea and acne, on full display. Gillies modeled for one of Harris-Taylor’s photos. To draw awareness to the show, Gillies decided to promote her photo on Instagram and put some money behind it to increase its reach beyond her nearly 20,000 followers. “I want people to go to the exhibition and for people to see the work,” Gillies said. “Because it’s not very often that you get artists wanting to focus on something like skin conditions, people talking about rosacea.” View this post on Instagram Swipe across to see the three emotions experienced when confronted with an enormous photo of your naked face hanging in a flipping gallery ⁣ ⁣ I cannot describe how emotional this experience was. Walking around the space, surrounded by photos of women at their most vulnerable. All strong. All beautiful. All changing perceptions of skin conditions one photo at a time. ⁣ The amazing @sophieharristaylor 'Epidermis' exhibition is open until the 13th of September and it's free. You should go if you can! ⁣ (ALSO the irony is not lost on me that in the same week that my photo is being bought as actual art by strangers in a gallery, the same image is also being censored by Instagram for being 'undesirable' ... #undesirablesofinstagram)⁣ ⁣ #skinpositivity #rosacea #rosaceaawareness A post shared by Lex Gillies - Rosacea/Beauty (@talontedlex) on Sep 8, 2019 at 10:47am PDT But no matter what she did, Instagram wouldn’t approve her promotion. After first submitting it, she was greeted with a pop-up notification in the app that said, “This ad isn’t running because it uses images that excessively focus on a person’s body or body part, or depict unlikely before-and-after results.” She appealed the decision, and in a handful of follow-up emails, Gillies finally received another response. This time Facebook, which owns Instagram, expanded on the ad policy that led to her inability to promote her post. “We don’t allow ads that focus on aspects of a person’s body to highlight an undesirable or idealized body state,” Facebook’s policy reads. Facebook lists over a dozen “body depictions” that the platform does not allow to be promoted, including images that focus on “fat/cellulite” or “ill-fitting clothing.” Facebook said that it doesn’t allow users to promote close-ups of ears, nostrils, and feet or “excessive or grotesque food consumption” like “eating live animals.” This list also included close-up images of “a person’s skin with the aim of highlighting medical conditions” like “acne, eczema, and dermatitis.” This is likely why Gillies’ post wasn’t allowed to be promoted. In theory, the policy is meant to block predatory ads that target people who are overweight or have skin conditions, pushing unusual and often medically dangerous miracle cures. “Ads referring to someone’s body or appearance are personal in nature and we don’t want users to feel singled out,” Facebook explained. “Apparently my skin is put in the same ‘undesirable’ bracket as ‘eating live animals’... so that’s nice to know.” But in practice, the policy isn’t nuanced enough to recognize ads like Gillies’, which are looking to celebrate those same conditions. Gillies responded to Facebook’s policy on her blog, writing, “Apparently my skin is put in the same ‘undesirable’ bracket as ‘eating live animals’... so that’s nice to know.” Facebook has been making this same mistake for years. In 2016, an Australian group called Cherchez la Femme attempted to advertise an event focusing on body positivity and feminism. In the group’s post, they included a photo of Tess Holliday, a famous plus-size model. But the photo fell victim to the same “undesirable” tag, resulting in the entire campaign being blocked. After outcry from the body positivity community, Facebook reversed the decision. It wasn’t until The Verge reached out to Instagram and Gillies’ followers began to post selfies tagged with #UndesirablesofInstagram that the company decided that her rosacea photo did not violate the platform’s rules. “I looked into it and this ad was rejected in error and we are sorry for the mistake,” a Facebook spokesperson said. “It’s now up and running.” But until the policy changes in some way, Facebook and Instagram will likely continue to strike down ads that aren’t picturing people as “undesirable,” but rather as desirable figures with bodies worthy of being celebrated and not in need of some miracle cure. After her ad was allowed to run, Gillies told The Verge, “This response from them is so disappointing. Not only have they completely glossed over the fact that they referred to skin conditions as ‘undesirable’ but they are point blank refusing to comment on their wider disregard and targeting of the skin positivity community.” “This campaign was never about the ad,” she continued. “That was just a tangible symptom of their awful and discriminatory behaviour.”
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The Far Side trails 'new online era' for Gary Larson's beloved cartoons
Immediate excitement has greeted one of the first sign of life from the hugely popular franchise since the publicity-shy artist retired it in 1995Fans of the surreal, the bizarre and sardonic anthropomorphic cows are in a fervour after The Far Side cartoonist Gary Larson’s website was updated this weekend with promises of “a new online era”, 24 years after the reclusive creator retired at the age of 44.Larson’s iconic Far Side cartoons were syndicated in more than 1,900 daily newspapers from 1980 to 1995, treating readers to daily offerings from his offbeat visions of the world. In one of his most famous cartoons, a female chimpanzee finds a blonde hair in her mate’s fur, and asks him: “Been doing more ‘research’ with that Jane Goodall tramp?” (Goodall approved.) In another – voted one of his best by scientists – a boffin with a large rectal thermometer stands behind a brontosaurus, the caption reading: “Professor Higgenbottom was never heard from again, leaving the cold-blooded/warm-blooded controversy still unresolved.” His image of a caveman pointing to the tail of a stegosaurus and letting his audience know that it is called “the thagomizer, after the late Thag Simmonds”, led paleontologists to adopt the invented term. Continue reading...
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Prankster gets the obituary he probably deserves
Recently-deceased Joseph A. Heller, Jr., an 82-year-old dad from Connecticut, was known for being a prankster. So it makes sense that his family would take the opportunity to send him off with an obituary worthy of his twisted sense of humor. Some highlights: Joe Heller made his last undignified and largely irreverent gesture on September 8, 2019, signing off on a life, in his words, “generally well-lived and with few regrets.” When the doctors confronted his daughters with the news last week that “your father is a very sick man,” in unison they replied, “you have no idea.”... Being born during the depression shaped Joe’s formative years and resulted in a lifetime of frugality, hoarding and cheap mischief, often at the expense of others. Being the eldest was a dubious task but he was up for the challenge and led and tortured his siblings through a childhood of obnoxious pranks, with his brother, Bob, generally serving as his wingman. Pat, Dick and Kathy were often on the receiving end of such lessons as “Ding Dong, Dogsh*t” and thwarting lunch thieves with laxative-laced chocolate cake and excrement meatloaf sandwiches. His mother was not immune to his pranks as he named his first dog, “Fart,” so she would have to scream his name to come home if he wandered off... There he met the love of his life, Irene, who was hoodwinked into thinking he was a charming individual with decorum. Boy, was she ever wrong. Joe embarrassed her daily with his mouth and choice of clothing. Read the rest
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Amazon Prime Video is coming to Optimum set-top boxes
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Working Families Party endorses Warren over Sanders
The Working Families Party on Monday endorsed Sen. Elizabeth Warren for president, giving her campaign a boost from the left and dealing a blow to Sen. Bernie Sanders, who won the progressive group’s backing in the 2016 primaries. “The Working Families Party is proud to announce our endorsement of @ewarren for president in the Democratic...
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Meet the future residents of Trump Heights, Israel's tribute to U.S. support
As the new name shows, the Trump administration's full-throated support of Israel’s right-wing government goes much further than any other U.S. administration.
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'Tip Of The Iceberg' — 1 In 16 Women Report First Sexual Experience As Rape
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The Oslo Accords’ Last Remnants Are Under Fire. Don’t Let Them Die.
Whether Netanyahu is re-elected or not, Israel and the Palestinians have set precedents this summer that could destroy any chance of achieving a lasting peace.
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Immersive Wolf of Wall Street actors get personal alarm buttons
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Seinfeld is heading to Netflix in 2021
Friends might be leaving Netflix next year, but the streaming service just landed another giant beloved series: Seinfeld. Seinfeld will be available to stream on Netflix beginning in 2021, the company announced today. That’s when the show’s contract with Hulu (now owned by Disney) comes to an end. It’s unclear how much Netflix paid for the show, but it was rumored to be in the same wheelhouse asWarnerMedia’s Friends deal, which was reported at $425 million. “Seinfeld is a one-of-a-kind, iconic, culture-defining show,” Sony Pictures Television Chairman Mike Hopkins told Los Angeles Times. “Now, 30 years after its premiere, ‘Seinfeld’ remains center stage. We’re thrilled to be partnering with Netflix to bring this beloved series to current fans and new audiences around the globe.” Although Seinfeld is a WarnerMedia-owned property (it’s similar to Friends, which aired on NBC in the ‘90s, but whose rights ended up with WarnerMedia at some point), Sony Pictures Television ended up with the rights to the show. Rumors suggested that Netflix was bidding on the series alongside WarnerMedia (HBO Max), Comcast (an untitled NBCUniversal streaming service), and Hulu. The original deal for Seinfeld in 2015 cost Hulu $160 million.
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Celebrities wearing Demna Gvasalia’s Vetements
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Murder-suicide victim identified as NYPD school safety officer
A woman shot to death Sunday in a Brooklyn murder-suicide was an NYPD school safety officer — and her 12-year-old son was in the next room, police sources said. Naire McCormick, 44, was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head at around 11:45 p.m. when cops responded to a 911 call at an apartment...
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Purdue files for bankruptcy as states claim Sacklers are hiding money
The OxyContin-maker filed for bankruptcy as part of a proposed $10-$12 billion deal.
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Spain rejects US request to extradite Venezuela's former intelligence chief
Top criminal court instead orders release of Gen Hugo Armando Carvajal, who was sought on drug trafficking chargesA top Spanish court has denied a US request to extradite Venezuela’s former military intelligence chief on drug trafficking charges, instead ordering his release.“The Audiencia National has denied the extradition of Gen Hugo Armando Carvajal,” said Spain’s top criminal court, which handles such requests. Continue reading...
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NATO says a U.S. service member was killed in action in Afghanistan on Monday
NATO says a U.S. service member was killed in action in Afghanistan on Monday
Unions lend their support to global climate protests
BERLIN — Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to join worldwide demonstrations this week ahead of a UN climate summit in New York, as unions and some businesses lend their support for faster action to fight climate change. Organizers said Monday that more than 400 rallies are planned in Germany alone for Friday’s “global...
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Daniel Jones time? Pat Shurmur won’t commit to Eli Manning as Giants’ starter
The door is wide open. Speaking Monday a day after the Giants’ loss to the Bills dropped them to 0-2, head coach Pat Shurmur left open the possibility that rookie Daniel Jones could take over for Eli Manning as the team’s starting quarterback for its Week 3 matchup with the Buccaneers. Shurmur said “I think...
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Amazon drops a great deal on Sony’s best noise-canceling headphones
The Sony WH-1000XM3 are an award-winning pair of headphones and a staple in many best headphones lists – including ours. Get them for $288 on Amazon.
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‘For Colored Girls’ Returns, as a Celebration and as a Weapon
Ntozake Shange’s play, with its unflinching depiction of black women’s experience, is coming back to the Public Theater more than 40 years after opening there.
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6 Women in Watches: Joy and Strain
Some describe years of support and success in the male-dominated industry. For others, “It has been a fight all these years.”
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Brazil’s Outspoken Daniela Mercury Is a Swirl of Ideas and Songs
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How to Find Your Happily-Ever-After City
Have you considered dating the place first?
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Fact check: Trump criticizes the media for accurately reporting his comments on meeting with Iran
In a tweet on Sunday, President Donald Trump said, "The Fake News is saying that I am willing to meet with Iran, 'No Conditions.' That is an incorrect statement (as usual!)."
Ben Roethlisberger's NFL season over with Drew Brees set to miss six weeks
Steelers quarterback will have surgery on elbow injuryBrees, NFL’s all-time passing leader, tears hand ligamentTwo of the NFL’s highest-profile quarterbacks will miss significant playing time. The Pittsburgh Steelers confirmed that Ben Roethlisberger is out for the rest of the season with an elbow injury, while the New Orleans Saints are expected to be without their quarterback, Drew Brees, for six weeks.Roethlisberger will undergo surgery on his right elbow and be placed on injured reserve, ending the 37-year-old’s 16th season just two weeks in. Roethlisberger injured the arm late in the second quarter of Sunday’s 28-26 loss to Seattle. He did not play in the second half, watching from the sideline as backup Mason Rudolph took over. Continue reading...
The existential endtime pleasures of watching silent restoration videos
It is perhaps the spirit of our anxious, rickety age that antique tool, machinery, and toy restoration videos are becoming increasingly popular. There is something oddly comforting and therapeutic about seeing the old, the forgotten, the previously reliable (now seized with rust and neglect) being lovingly restored to life. These videos are simple, quiet (usually with no spoken narrative), and most of the restoration process is carefully shown, from disassembly to cleaning, sanding, repainting to re-assembly and testing. This is a world in which time, Evapo-Rust, a wire wheel, and some rattle-cans of enamel paint can repair the past to near show room luster. I can't get enough. And for makers, there are lots of great repair and restoration tips embedded in these videos. Here are a few of my favorite channels. Read the rest
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Furries deplatform Milo
Provocateur Milo Yiannopolous was once the new darling of right-wing media. But after his equivocal opinions on pedophilia were publicized--and then the extent of his interactions with white supremacists--he found his platforms disappear one by one. A week after excoriating the marginal social networks he's still on for not providing enough reach, the furries are supposedly casting him out too. [Milo] registered for Midwest FurFest, a convention “to celebrate the furry fandom” hosted in the suburbs on Chicago this December. “Furries,” as they’re often called, are groups of people who have interest in animal personas with human characteristics; people who participate in the subculture often present themselves as non-human characters via art and costumes. Yiannopoulos also claimed on Telegram that he had submitted a form to suggest he host a panel called “The Politics of Fur.” He asked his followers who plan to attend Midwest FurFest to message him to arrange “dinner, drinks, photos or anything else.” After numerous complaints online, Midwest FurFest put out a statement on Twitter: “We have received a number of mentions and support tickets today – we assure all attendees that your safety is of the utmost importance and is not being ignored. We are investigating all concerns being relayed to us.” Among furs is a surprisingly large far-right contingent: virtually unsocialized men taking advantage of a social milieu that's vulnerable to exploitation and trolling. Furry fandom is a freebase microcosm of all that the internet dissolves and binds, and so here comes Milo, tearing for a last redoubt. Read the rest
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Edward Snowden says he wants a fair trial if he returns to U.S.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden says he wants a fair trial if he returns to the U.S. He's been living in exile in Moscow since 2013 after leaking top secret government documents. Snowden opens up about his decisions in a new memoir titled "Permanent Record." Jennifer Szalai, a book critic for The New York Times, wrote a review of the book and she joins CBSN to discuss that and Snowden's interview on "CBS This Morning."
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Amazon cuts through the noise with the Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE, now $70 off
The Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE, a solid pair of noise-canceling headphones, is now available for $130 instead of the usual $200 following Amazon's 25% price cut.
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Google Expected to Unveil New Pixel 4 Smartphone at October 15 Event
Google is hosting an October 15 event in New York City, where it is expected to unveil its next-generation smartphone, the Google Pixel 4, reports Axios. Like Apple's newest iPhones, the Google Pixel 4 will feature a square-shaped rear camera bump, which Google itself confirmed. Ahead of the Pixel 4 launch, there were multiple leaks, so Google shared its own images of the upcoming device and also highlighted some of the smartphone's new features. Rumors suggest Google's rear camera setup will include two lenses, a microphone, a flash, and a "spectral sensor" that's designed to account for light flicker when filming an LCD display. Apple's iPhone camera setup positions three lenses in a triangle shape in the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, and two lenses vertically in the iPhone 11. Google's setup has the two lenses of the Pixel 4 arranged horizontally with the flash located at the bottom. Google has already highlighted some of the other features coming to the Pixel 4, including a new Face Unlock feature that is equivalent to Face ID, using 3D facial scans. Unlike prior implementation of facial recognition on Android devices, Google's version will support secure payments and app authentication. Google claims its facial recognition system will be a more fluid experience than Apple's, working in any orientation. Google's facial recognition feature will also enable motion-based gestures called Motion Sense, allowing users to do things like skip songs, snooze alarms, and silence phone calls by waving a hand in front of the phone. Google's Pixel 4 smartphone will be a major iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max competitor alongside Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10.This article, "Google Expected to Unveil New Pixel 4 Smartphone at October 15 Event" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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Google will reveal the Pixel 4 on October 15
It’s that time of year. Smartphone companies are preparing their fall launches, and next on the list is Google. The company today sent out invites for its next Made by Google event, taking place in New York City on October 15. In other words, get ready for the Pixel 4. As a recap, we’re expecting several major changes for the Pixel 4 on both the hardware and software fronts. The most obvious change so far is that the phone will feature two rear cameras, with one of them capable of capturing ultra-wide-angle images – Google is finally catching up to… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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10-year-old girl dies from brain-eating amoeba after swimming
10-year-old Lily Mae Avant died overnight on Monday after fighting for her life in Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth
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John Oliver Breaks Down the Four Major Paths to Legal U.S. Immigration, Including His Own
The host of Last Week Tonight gets personal talking about American ideals.
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