Month: October 2021

Los Angeles local Alanna Ubach was only 25 years old when she was cast as the loyal brunette best friend and sorority sister Serena McGuire — who lived alongside Elle at the Delta Nu house and supported her sister in her legal endeavors — in the 2001 classic comedy “Legally Blonde” and the 2003 follow
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In yet another indicator of how hacking groups are quick to capitalize on world events and improvise their attack campaigns for maximum impact, threat actors have been discovered impersonating Amnesty International to distribute malware that purports to be security software designed to safeguard against NSO Group’s Pegasus surveillanceware. “Adversaries have set up a phony website
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Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has lost two lawsuits brought by family members of two victims killed in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, HuffPost reported. The court issued a judgment against the Infowars host because he did not produce discovery records, causing him to lose the suits by default. The rulings were issued Monday
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Motorists could face another “week or so” of long queues at the filling stations, a minister has said, because of an “unprecedented demand” for petrol and diesel. Policing minister Kit Malthouse said on Friday if the crisis does not ease in the coming days, Boris Johnson stands ready to review the situation, which has been
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Tyler Childers honors John Prine with a cover of the barroom-ready deep cut “Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You.” Released Friday (Oct. 1), the song comes from a forthcoming tribute album in honor of the late folk legend. “Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You” originally appeared on Prine’s second studio album,
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This article contains spoilers for the Foundation book series. Right at the beginning of episode 1 of the Apple TV+ adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s sci-fi classic Foundation, an opening voiceover from mathematician and Hari Seldon protégé Gaal Dornick (Lou Llobell) mentions several characters and places that will appear in the story that’s about to be
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A man struggles with the health care system and his own feelings of guilt when he checks his 100-year-old, estranged mother into Gateway TransCare — a memory care facility that uploads elderly minds into computer data banks. “Life Begins at Rewirement” by Trevin Matcek Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: https://bit.ly/signal_newsletter #DUST #scifi #shortfilm More About
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