Forever 21 and Roblox Form an Unlikely Partnership

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The Street

By Sarah Jean Callahan Holiday shopping takes a strange turn this season for Forever 21. Fashion is about self-expression. Forever 21 first opened in 1984 in California with a concept built around offering trending clothing for teens to young adults at lower price points, allowing those with less disposable income i.e., young adults and teens, a chance to express themselves with their clothing and accessories. Roblox (RBLX) – Get Free Report is a metaverse multi-platform gaming World, but it’s not like the game systems Gen-X started with. This game is something of everyone’s World of imaginati… Read More “Forever 21 and Roblox Form an Unlikely Partnership”

College Football Furious With TCU’s Play-Calling In Overtime

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Fans across the country cannot believe how TCU’s offense handled their overtime sequence. The Horned Frogs came up just inches short in OT and did not put the ball in Heisman hopeful Max Duggan’s hands on their final two downs; leading to an eventual loss to Kansas State in the Big-12 Championship. Here’s what folks had to say about the play-calling on Twitter: “Did TCU not see Duggan run for three miles on their last drive?” asked Barstool’s Brandon Walker. “What are they doing?” “PS, TCU, how do you not let Max Duggan QB sneak there and have the RB push him in on third or fou… Read More “College Football Furious With TCU’s Play-Calling In Overtime”

Coach’s Reaction To Georgia Blocked Field Goal Return Touchdown Going Viral

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates One Georgia coach was very much against his team picking up a blocked LSU field goal… until he wasn’t. On the play that opened the scoring in Saturday’s SEC Championship, a coach up in the booth could be seen yelling, “Don’t pick it up!” before senior DB Christopher Smith caught the Tigers napping and took it back to the house. “Loose translation on this video: NO NO NO NO NO….GO GO GO GO GO!” said CBS Sports. The clip began to go viral on Championship Saturday. “Exact same coaching call Kirby Smart was making in the National Championship game when Kelee Ringo intercepted Y… Read More “Coach’s Reaction To Georgia Blocked Field Goal Return Touchdown Going Viral”

Data on donors dispels the GOP’s claims about identifying with ‘working class’ voters

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AlterNet

A new analysis is dispelling the Republican Party’s claims to justify the mediocre small-dollar donations it received during the latest election cycle. The Daily Beast’s Roger Sollenberger noted that Republicans have been quick to insist inflation is to blame for the problem. “It’s gas or this donation; its vacation with our children or this donation,” Zac Moffatt, CEO of top GOP fundraising firm Targeted Victory, insisted back in July. But, digging a bit deeper, Sollenberger has managed to uncover other complications that are likely contributing to the political party’s small-dollar challenge… Read More “Data on donors dispels the GOP’s claims about identifying with ‘working class’ voters”

What is quantum computing and how will quantum computers change the ?

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Euronews (English)

Depending on who you ask, some say that quantum computers could either break the Internet, rendering pretty much every data security protocol obsolete, or allow us to compute our way out of the climate crisis. These hyper-powerful devices, an emerging technology that exploits the properties of quantum mechanics, are much buzzed about. Only last month, IBM unveiled its latest quantum computer, Osprey, a new 433 qubit processor that is three times more powerful than its predecessor built only in 2021. ‘Quantum computers have their flaws and won’t solve everything. But they’re still revolutionary… Read More “What is quantum computing and how will quantum computers change the ?”

Mac Engel: LeBron James’ attempt to spank the media an example of people seeing what they want

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram

There are a tragic number of instances when LeBron James can drive down most roads in America and see painful examples of racial inequality, but this one is a reach. After a win on Wednesday night in L.A., the Los Angeles Lakers All-Star forward expressed disappointment over what he perceives as a continued double standard by media coverage. Let’s start this latest example of people choosing to see what they want with his first two sentences. LeBron said, “I was wondering why I haven’t gotten a question from you guys about the Jerry Jones photo. But when the Kyrie (Irving) thing was going on, … Read More “Mac Engel: LeBron James’ attempt to spank the media an example of people seeing what they want”

Caleb Williams Continues to Make Heisman Case in Pac-12 Title Game

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Sports Illustrated

By Wilton Jackson The Trojans’ quarterback put on a show in the first half to add to his case toward college football’s most prized possession. After a first-class performance in USC’s 38-27 victory against Notre Dame a week ago, Trojans quarterback Caleb Williams took a surge in this year’s sweepstakes for the Heisman Trophy. Against the Fighting Irish, Williams led a Trojans’ offense that finished with 436 yards of total offense and became the first to surpass 400 or more yards against Notre Dame this season. In USC’s offensive output, Williams rushed for three touchdowns and threw for one a… Read More “Caleb Williams Continues to Make Heisman Case in Pac-12 Title Game”

Lakers Legend Shaquille O’Neal Sends A Big Message To Modern-Day NBA Players

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Fadeaway World

By Nico Martinez Shaquille O’Neal drops truth bomb on modern NBA culture. As one of the greatest athletes to ever touch an NBA basketball court, Shaquille O’Neal is more qualified than most to speak on all things NBA. So when he and Alonzo Mourning teamed up to send the modern-basketball World a message this week, there weren’t many who didn’t tune in. The moment came on NBA Today when O’Neal spoke directly about players and the growing load management trend. “Off the court, together is better. But on the court, I’m continuing to urge these guys to compete. This thing of ours, this thing that … Read More “Lakers Legend Shaquille O’Neal Sends A Big Message To Modern-Day NBA Players”

US Jews battle new ‘mainstreamed’ anti-Semitism

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AFP

Washington (AFP) – President Joe Biden’s emphatic condemnation of anti-Semitism Friday was driven by an alarming normalization of anti-Jewish tropes and hate speech by influential public figures and on social media, experts said. One day after hip-hop and fashion mogul Kanye West voiced a “love” for Nazis and 10 days after ex-president Donald Trump dined with West and white supremacist Nick Fuentes, Biden blasted a message about open anti-Semitism on Twitter. “Silence is complicity,” Biden said. “The Holocaust happened. Hitler was a demonic figure. And instead of giving it a platform, our poli… Read More “US Jews battle new ‘mainstreamed’ anti-Semitism”

Exclusive: Zooming in on the billions of pounds in criminal cash flowing through the City

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City AM

By Michiel Willems Going back more than a decade, in the summer of 2012, HSBC was fined $1.9bn for inadequate compliance and anti-money laundering control processes. The banking giant was found guilty of providing money laundering services to drug cartels as well as terrorist groups in the Middle East. Ten years on, money laundering is still a serious problem. Less than a year ago, NatWest reluctantly admitted it had failed to properly monitor £365m when it was deposited into a customer’s account. The case was widely seen as another major victory for the City’s financial watchdog – the Financi… Read More “Exclusive: Zooming in on the billions of pounds in criminal cash flowing through the City”