‘Lock the door’: Father-of-three John Legend shares top tip for ‘hot’ bedroom action

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John Legend has learned to “lock the door” to keep his and Chrissy Teigen’s “sex life alive”. The ‘All of Me’ hitmaker and his 37-year-old wife – who have Luna, Miles, four, and Esti, two months, together – have been forced to take extra precautions when they want to have a “good time” because otherwise they will get interrupted by their children. Asked his secret to “hot sex”, John told Alex Cooper on the ‘Call Her Daddy’ podcast: “Lock the door if you have kids. “Our kids have a way of finding their way into our room, so if we ever want to have a good time, we gotta lock the door.” Meanwhile… Read More “‘Lock the door’: Father-of-three John Legend shares top tip for ‘hot’ bedroom action”

Hurricane Ian sees global insurance sector suffer more than $100bn loss for the fifth time since 1970

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By Louis Goss The global insurance sector suffered natural catastrophe losses of more than $100bn (£81bn) for just the fifth time in 2022, after taking a major hit from Hurricane Ian, new research shows. Natural catastrophes caused $275bn worth of damage in 2022, costing insurance companies $125bn, the research from reinsurance company Swiss Re shows. The hit marks just the fifth time that insurers have suffered natural catastrophe-related losses of more than $100bn since 1970. The 2022 loss, however, comes as the third time that insurers have taken a hit worth more than £100bn in the past six… Read More “Hurricane Ian sees global insurance sector suffer more than $100bn loss for the fifth time since 1970”

Making Sure All Of Your Bank Accounts, Etc. Are Fully Insured

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FORECASTS & TRENDS E-LETTER by Gary D. Halbert IN THIS ISSUE: 1. Recent Bank Failures Have Large Investors Concerned2. How Does FDIC Deposit Insurance Work?3. How Can You Insure More Than $250,0004. Could The Fed Have Saved Silicon Valley & Signature Banks? Overview – Recent Bank Failures Have Large Investors ConcernedWith the high-profile failures of Silicon Valley Bank (NASDAQ:SIVB) and Signature Bank (NASDAQ:SBNY) in New York earlier this month, many large investors are now concerned about their money parked at US banks, especially those with more than $250,000 at any one financial institut… Read More “Making Sure All Of Your Bank Accounts, Etc. Are Fully Insured”

Indonesia Will Begin Holy Fasting Month of Ramadan on March 23

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JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Indonesia will start the first day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan on Thursday, March 23, after an isbat (confirmation) meeting was held on Wednesday, March 22. The meeting was attended by the Ministry of Religious Affairs, the House of Representatives Commission VIII overseeing religious affairs, the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI), the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), the Geospatial Information Agency, astronomy experts, and several Islamic organizations. “We have agreed by consensus that the first day of Ramadan falls on Thursday, March 23, 2… Read More “Indonesia Will Begin Holy Fasting Month of Ramadan on March 23”

Making robots more ‘human’ to improve their interactions with people

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By Courtesy of Agility Robotics Whether they’re working in a factory, a warehouse or assisting people in their homes, robots will need to be able to interact with humans to perform their tasks effectively. In order to achieve this, they will have to be able to express some form of emotion, like with a smile or a look, sometimes by means of simple LED lights. Whether they’re working in a factory, a warehouse or assisting people in their homes, robots will need to be able to interact with humans to perform their tasks effectively. In order to achieve this, they will have to be able to express so… Read More “Making robots more ‘human’ to improve their interactions with people”

Indonesia’s Lion Air Diverted from Solo to Yogyakarta due to Indicator Light

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JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Lion Air flight JT-927 en-route from Indonesia’s holiday island of Bali to Solo was diverted and landed at Yogyakarta International Airport over an indicator light. A spokesperson for Lion Air Danang Mandala Prihantoro said that the plane took off on Tuesday, March 21 at 11:29 a.m. local time from I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport carrying seven crew members and 218 passengers to Adi Soemarno Airport in Central Java. However, during the flight, the pilot made an alternative landing diversion after detecting one indicator showing a potential issue in one of the aircraft’s systems… Read More “Indonesia’s Lion Air Diverted from Solo to Yogyakarta due to Indicator Light”

Jokowi Conveys Nyepi Day Greeting to Hindus in Indonesia

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JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Indonesia’s President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo sent his greetings to the Hindus in Indonesia who are observing the Day of Silence or locally known as Nyepi. “In silence and solitude, we surrender ourselves. May we always be happy and have a peaceful heart. Happy Nyepi Day in 2023, Saka New Year 1945,” Jokowi wrote on the @jokowi Twitter handle on Wednesday, March 22. Meanwhile, according to a press release from the Ministry of Religious Affairs, the Hindus across Indonesia are performing the Tawur Agung Kesanga ritual to welcome the Saka New Year 1945, which falls on March 22… Read More “Jokowi Conveys Nyepi Day Greeting to Hindus in Indonesia”

Google launches Bard, an AI chat bot

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Google has launched their rival to ChatGPT. The tech giant has released Bard, their version of an AI chatbot, which unlike its competition, can pull up fresh information from across the internet and boasts a “Google it” function. Along with this, it supplies sourcing for its facts like Wikipedia. However, Google admitted that Bard will have “limitations” and could show inaccurate information and display a bias as it “learns” from data with in-built perspectives and information that already exists. AI chatbots can pen a number of things like essays, song lyrics, poems and so on. After its Novem… Read More “Google launches Bard, an AI chat bot”

The Influencer-Doctor Nexus That’s Luring Young Women To Injectibles

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By Riddhi Dastidar In 2014 Shraddha* was in college, studying to be a chartered accountant. She spent hours on YouTube watching vloggers like Sherry Shroff and Cassandra Banks who documented their “amazing lives, their amazing travels, their amazing skin”. At that time, Shraddha had a bad case of painful cystic acne, related to her diagnosis of Polycystic ovary syndrome. The 18-year-old hated the degree she was pursuing to please her parents; desperately wanting to feel better about her life, she decided that the first step was to fix her skin. She booked a consultation with a nearby dermatolo… Read More “The Influencer-Doctor Nexus That’s Luring Young Women To Injectibles”

Trade Talks on Arizona Cardinals’ DeAndre Hopkins ‘Ramping Up’

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DeAndre Hopkins could find himself on a new team soon. Organizations in on the sweepstakes for the Arizona Cardinals wide receiver have been “ramping up” trade talks, reports NFL insider Ian Rapoport. If and when the deal does happen, it would likely come with a restructuring of Hopkins’ contract. When the Dallas Cowboys traded for Brandin Cooks, it reportedly turned $8 million of his salary into a signing bonus to make him count $6 million against the cap. Something similar could happen to Hopkins, who currently holds nearly a $30 million cap number with the Cardinals. This offseason, the New… Read More “Trade Talks on Arizona Cardinals’ DeAndre Hopkins ‘Ramping Up’”