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As the popularity of e-scooters exploded around the world in recent years, New York City has been left conspicuously absent.
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No, it’s not even Halloween yet – though you’d be forgiven for thinking it was given the week of shocks we’ve had.However, two kids are already vying for best dress-up of 2020 with their scarily accurate takes on two of our political leaders.Jacob Ferguson, seven, from Coatbridge in North Lanarkshire, nailed such a spot-on impression of Nicola Sturgeon at one of her coronavirus press conferences that even the Scottish first minister was singing his praises.“Ye were telt, stay in the hoose, nai parties, save lives,” Jacob as mini-Sturgeon says, in a video that has since gone viral – before hobbling off camera, complaining: “Och, my feet are killing me, where’s my clicky pen? Frank, get the door. I want a haggis supper, and make sure it’s deep fried.”Our 7 year old son asked to be Nicola for hallowe’en. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery after all @[email protected]#nicolasturgeonpic.twitter.com/Kbhp8z3yDB— Alyson Welsh (@welsh_alyson) October 30, 2020Jacob’s mum, doctor Alyson Welsh, posted the video of her son on Friday – dolled up in a blond wig and the kind of snappy look we’ve come to expect from Sturgeon in her regular Coronavirus briefings. “It’s all gone a bit crazy and we’re a bit overwhelmed!” Welsh told HuffPost UK.Jacob has clearly been putting his classes at Glasgow’s UKTheatreSchool to good use. “The wig was the only item we had to buy. The dress is mine and the shoes belong to his cousin,” she added of his costume.The Scottish first minister was quick to Tweet that the “wee star” had made her day, even suggesting they could “draft him in for the daily briefings”, while Scottish comic Janey Godley reshared the video, saying: “This is the best ever.”Thank you @welsh_alyson - this has made me smile and given me a much needed laugh this morning. What a wee star - I think we might draft him in for the daily briefings! https://t.co/P4jvd3CGAZ— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) October 30, 2020A blond wig was also a key costume component for 10-year-old Milo’s Halloween look below – only, in his case, as he was dressing up as prime minister Boris Johnson, there was no need for a hairbrush.Mum Jayne Cherrington-Cook, who lives in Kent, posted his picture on Instagram, along with her son’s pointed comments. “Most kids when asked to dress up in a terrifying Halloween costume for school: I want to be a witch/zombie/werewolf. My son: I want to be Boris Johnson – I mean is there anything scarier than that fool?“Commenters suggested Milo also had Johnson’s trademark hand gestures down to a tee. “All his teachers asked for selfies with him,” his mum added. “He did think of being Trump but didn’t want to have to wear orange face paint!!!”What is your kid dressing up at this Halloween? Email us at [email protected] to share your story and pictures. Related... Jeremy Clarkson Attacks Nicola Sturgeon In Rant About Covid Restrictions During Grand Tour Filming These Babies In Tiny Halloween Costumes Make 2020 Feel Less Scary 3 Spooky Bakes To Make With Kids That Are – Shhh! – Actually Healthy
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Car makers failed to use it so are going to lose it.
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Days after the company announced plans to release its end-to-end encryption feature for everyone, the technical preview has finally arrived. Both paid and free users can access the new security feature, which offers more privacy for those who need it. The technical preview is available to all Zoom users around the world at this time, but it has to be … Continue reading
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The Bitcoin bull expects the digital currency's price to keep rising as more people buy into the idea of adding it to their portfolios.
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Though President Trump talks a lot about throwing out the ACA, he's just been tweaking certain parts of it, and preserving it in all but name.
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We discuss the evolution of AV over IP solutions from the perspective of manufacturers including 1 Beyond, Harman, Aurora Multimedia, Black Box, Crestron, DVIGear, Extron, Hall Research, Kramer Electronics, QSC, RGB Spectrum, Utelogy, ZeeVee, SDVoE Alliance and Silex Insight.
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A U.S. Navy sailor killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor has been identified and is set to be buried in Kentucky.
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To mark the launch of our new manifesto – setting out The Drum’s editorial mission to help readers solve their problems – we’re christening today Solutions Day on thedrum.com. And to set the tone, over the course of 24 hours our team of worldwide journalists will be spotlighting 24 recent examples of times when our industry demonstrated its remarkable talent for solving problems.   Problem: Periods, pain, and pregnancy – each of them something most women will be confronted with at some point in their lives, in one way or another. However, these topics are still very much taboo for brands and wider society, so how do we destigmatise then? Solution: ’Womb Stories’ by Bodyform – a strategic, beautifully-shot ad designed to shift the period paradigm with help from real women, animation and a series of stories woven together that got people talking.  Covering IVF treatment, endometriosis cramps, menopausal hot flushes, nipple hairs and first periods, Bodyform’s ’Womb Stories’ has given a voice to the unseen, unspoken and unknown truths about the physical experiences of women everywhere. Here’s what you need to know:  Bodyform asked AMV BBDO to build the campaign after it uncovered striking statistics about women’s intimate experiences. 62% of people agreed that women’s health wasn’t spoken about enough, while 40% of women said their mental wellbeing had been impacted as a result of not being able to openly share experiences around issues including miscarriage, fertility and periods. Though the creative team wanted to continue pushing back shame and engendering pride, it also wanted to encompass a reality that was largely ignored. And so, the result was to present the viewer with flame-engulfed apartment of a perimenopausal women; a monster ripping at an endometriosis sufferer’s uterus; a ‘flood gate’ moment following an unexpected sneeze; a woman who has chosen not to have children; and the often-turbulent journey of trying to conceive. The complex, sometimes dual nature of the womb and the mixed emotions it can stir for women at different stages in their life was the ’seed’ for the creative.  For its part, Bodyform wanted to start a movement with ‘Womb Stories’. It has been encouraging women to share their own experiences and wants to put the topic on the table for everyone to talk about, and it’s already created a buzz. Nadja Lossgott and Nicholas Hulley are the executive creative directors behind Bodyform’s latest work. Explaining the solution, Lossgott says: “It’s great that we got to the stage where we were celebrating periods and vulvas, but the truth of the matter is that, sometimes, being a woman – or a person who has a period – is pretty shit.“ She adds: “The complexities in the life of most women are complicated and messy, and that should be acknowledged,” she adds, pointing to issues like IVF, the choice not to bear children and the pain that comes with conditions such as endometriosis. “We started to think about anthropomorphising the uterus and the ‘womb dwellers’ that live inside it. The womb emerged as a kind of second seat of power that controls women’s bodies. It can be awesome, or the control centre can say ‘I’m going to totally screw up your life today’.” Read more Problem Solved articles in our Solutions Day hub.
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"The Boys" showrunner Eric Kripke talked to Business Insider about whether the show's new weekly release schedule helped boost its popularity.
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To eclipse Amazon's Prime Day, Best Buy is kicking off Black Friday early by offering deals starting on Oct 13 and 14 and releasing more throughout the month.
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The programme is created exclusively for HDFC Bank customers who will get round the clock access to emergency Apollo Doctor at No Cost on Apollo 24|7 along with a plethora of benefits
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AMD's next new Ryzen desktop chips will be detailed on October 8
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Google revealed the Google Pixel 4a 5G today on the 30th of September, 2020. This device is similar to its predecessor, but isn’t similar enough to share the exact same name. It’s not just a 5G upgrade – it’s a new device. It has a larger OLED display, a bigger battery, and it’ll cost you around $500 USD. The Google … Continue reading
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The company said it raised "hundreds of millions of US dollars" to improve its services and strengthen its smart retail ecosystem through WeChat.
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(Bentham Science Publishers) Aza-steroids are important class of compounds because of their numerous biological activities. The hetero steroids have different hydrogen bonding ability and hydrophobicity in comparison to steroids.
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After the announcement of Rep. Greg Gianforte's retirement, Kathleen Williams will face Matt Rosendale in Montana's open At-Large District.
Trump said Americans enrolled in Medicare will receive a $200 card in the mail so they can buy prescription drugs.
"Do I look like a socialist? Look at my career — my whole career. I am not a socialist," the former vice president said.
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