Archivists Rally To Keep National Archives In Anchorage

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April the Giraffe Is Retiring And Going on Birth Control

first_img Baby Giraffe Gets Therapeutic Shoes to Treat Leg AbnormalitiesInternet Star April the Giraffe Will Give Birth to Her Fifth Baby Soon Stay on target It’s not every day an Internet starlet announces plans to go on birth control and into retirement at the same time.April the Giraffe gave birth to her fifth baby in March, prompting staff at Animal Adventure Park in New York to retire the 17-year-old from its breeding program.“It’s a great celebration for her, because she has certainly [served] her purpose, and that is to produce some beautiful, healthy calves in her lifetime,” AAP staff member Jordan Patch announced in a video shared to Facebook.AdChoices广告“She’ll continue to be a star of education and conservation initiatives for us … and will, of course, remain on exhibit,” he continued. “But it’s a matter of where.”Fans of April’s Giraffe Cam livestream will recognize her living quarters in Barn 1.But, starting this week, she and youngest son Azizi will make the transition to Barn 2—home to two-year-old Tajiri (born to April and Oliver in 2017) and transplant Johari, who joined AAP this year.Baby Azizi now stands close to 7-and-a-half feet tall—and he’s not even three months old (via Animal Adventure Park)“Now, you might wonder, how can we do that? She’ll be with Tajiri, [and] we’ve always said that a young male cannot be back with his mother,” Patch said. “Well, although it is a very beautiful, unnatural reunion, it can happen because April will start her contraceptives [Friday, June 7] here at the park.“That will more or less remove her from the program officially and scientifically,” he added.The complicated move—which allows the park to continue its care of April in the next stage of her life (i.e. “senior care”)—will also see the relocation of Oliver, the male giraffe with whom April cohabits, and Johari.“A little more natural pairing, if you will,” Patch said of the new male-female duo, praising Johari, who is “in perfect condition,” viable and ready for breeding.In Barn 2, meanwhile, will mark the reunions of April and son Tajiri, as well as Taj and little brother Azizi.Livestream viewers, be warned: During the move, AAP’s cameras will go dark for about 12 hours. So you’ll need to find something else to do for the day.“We appreciate your continuing support and faith in us to do what is best for our animals, for our staff, and for our organization,” Patch concluded. “The support, we cannot say thank you enough for.”More on Geek.com:Baby Giraffe Gets Therapeutic Shoes to Treat Leg AbnormalitiesGiraffe Dies After Rare Emergency C-Section at Ohio ZooStudy: Giraffes Prefer to Dine With Friendslast_img read more

Printable Flexible CarbonNanotube Transistors

first_img Applications for these flexible electronics include electronic paper, RFID (radio frequency identification) tags to track goods and people, and “smart skins,” which are materials and coatings containing electronic circuitry that can indicate changes in temperature or pressure, such as on aircraft or other objects.Printing circuits onto plastic is not a new achievement. Researchers have created printed circuits at room temperature using various semi-conducting polymers as the carrier transport medium, and many, many research groups across the globe continue to work toward perfecting the process and product.“A problem with these polymers is that they have limited carrier mobility, meaning electrons travel through them fairly slowly. This limits the speed of the devices made from them to only a few kilohertz,” said UMass Lowell Professor Xuejun Lu, the study’s corresponding researcher, to PhysOrg.com.Modern computers, by comparison, have speeds from hundreds of megahertz to more than one gigahertz.As part of the printed-electronics effort, carbon nanotubes have been investigated as a medium for high-speed transistors, with very promising results. But one method of depositing the nanotubes onto the plastic, “growing” them with heat, requires very high temperatures, typically around 900°C, which is a major obstacle for fabricating electronic devices.Additionally, transistors made from single carbon nanotubes or low-density nanotube films, which are produced by depositing a small amount of a nanotube solution onto a substrate, can carry only a small amount of current. High-density films (more than than 1,000 nanotubes per square micrometer, or millionth of a meter) are better, but most are not of sufficient quality, containing carbon “soot” that covers the nanotubes’ sidewalls and hinders carrier flow.To help solve these issues, Brewer Science, Inc. developed an electronic-grade carbon-nanotube solution. The researchers deposited a tiny droplet of the solution onto a plastic transparency film at room temperature using a syringe, a method similar to ink-jet printing.“Our electronic-grade solutions contain ultrapure carbon nanotubes without using any surfactant. Our printed transistor’s carrier mobility is much higher than similar devices developed by other groups, it exhibits a speed of 312 megahertz, and can carry a large current,” said Dr. Xuliang Han, Senior Research Engineer at Brewer Science. This research is described in the November 16, 2007, online edition of Micro & Nano Letters.Citation: Micro & Nano Letters — December 2007 — Volume 2, Issue 4, p. 96-98Copyright 2007 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com. Scientists from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Brewer Science, Inc. have used carbon nanotubes as the basis for a high-speed thin-film transistors printed onto sheets of flexible plastic. Their method may allow large-area electronic circuits to be printed onto almost any flexible substrate at low cost and in mass quantities. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore furthercenter_img Pantry ingredients can help grow carbon nanotubes Citation: Printable, Flexible Carbon-Nanotube Transistors (2008, January 8) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2008-01-printable-flexible-carbon-nanotube-transistors.htmllast_img read more

Were a Country of BingeWatchers and We Feel Pretty Good About It

first_img Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global 3 min read December 13, 2013 Register Now » Binge-viewing has become our new normal, according to a recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Netflix.The survey found that among U.S. adults who stream a TV show at least once a week, 61 percent binge-watch regularly. And the majority of us binge-watchers don’t feel guilty about it — in fact, 73 percent said they have positive feelings about the experience.What is binge-watching, though? To me, the word (which, by the way, was a runner-up to “selfie” for Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year) conveys an intense marathon of watching – an entire TV season manically consumed in a day or two. But most people, it turns out, don’t see it this way – 73% percent of respondents defined the term in much more moderate language as “watching between two to six episodes of the TV show in one sitting.” (Which begs the question: what’s the word for watching an entire season in one sitting?)This is a very sane definition, but our habits aren’t necessarily so controlled. Netflix executives told The Wall Street Journal that they found a consistent pattern in the pace at which people binge: in general, about half the viewers studied had finished an entire season (up to 22 episodes) within one week. Not the fevered bout of five seasons of Breaking Bad in four days, but not the more restrained two episodes in one sitting, either.Related: Netflix’s ‘House of Cards’ Gets Emmy Not as TV Moves Online”Our viewing data shows that the majority of streamers would actually prefer to have a whole season of a show available to watch at their own pace,” said Ted Sarandos, chief content officer of Netflix, in a statement.But is it always a good idea to consume multiple episodes in one sitting? Before the release of the latest season of Arrested Development, series creator Mitch Hurwitz recommended restraint. “You’ll get tired!” Hurwitz told Vulture, before recounting a story about a producer who watched too many episodes back to back, with diminishing laughs each time. “You have to take a break,” he advised. “There’s too much material.”It’s safe to say that most people probably didn’t heed Hurwitz’s warning, and binge-watched anyway (I know I did). The survey backs this up — 79 percent of respondents said “watching several episodes of their favorite shows at once actually makes the shows more enjoyable.”While Netflix hasn’t always been a huge fan of binge-watch “due to connotations of gluttonous or antisocial behavior,” the company has finally embraced the word. Binge-watching, it seems, has come out of the dark and into the daylight, so to speak.Related: Netflix Goes Where No Customer Service Has Gone Before Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.last_img read more

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first_img News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 05, 2019 Digital Health Devices Used at Point of Care May Improve Diagnostic Certainty A West Virginia-based rural medical outreach event showcased the use of point-of-care technology in an ambulatory… read more News | Ultrasound Imaging | July 31, 2019 Studies Confirm Clinical Value of ShearWave Elastography for Liver Fibrosis Evaluation SuperSonic Imagine announced the publication of the results of its prospective multicentric clinical study conducted in… read more News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems The ScanTrainer transvaginal simulator is one example of Intelligent Ultrasound’s simulation technologies. News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more Related Content News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more October 22, 2012 — At RSNA 2012, GE Healthcare will be showcasing a comprehensive portfolio of ultrasound products for use across a broad range of patient exam types. Among the products to be highlighted will be the newly enhanced Logiq E9, Logiq S8 and others in the LOGIQ family.Versatile, reliable and clinically robust, the Logiq family of products addresses the ultrasound suite — from the inside out — bringing users outstanding image quality, productivity, comfort and streamlined workflow. The company plans to showcase some of its latest enhancements in ultrasound hardware technology allowing for enhanced exam speed plus innovative software capabilities like volume navigation and B-flow.In addition to spotlighting general imaging technology, GE Healthcare will also showcase its latest advancements to the Voluson platform (women’s health).For more information: www.gehealthcare.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | October 22, 2012 GE Showcases Latest Ultrasound Advances at RSNA 2012 Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | Ultrasound Imaging | July 26, 2019 Intelligent Ultrasound Group Collaborating With the National Imaging Academy Wales Artificial intelligence (AI)-based ultrasound software and simulation company Intelligent Ultrasound Group plc (AIM:… read morelast_img read more

Cloudflare suffers 2nd major internet outage in a week This time due

first_imgFor the second time in less than a week, Cloudflare was part of the major internet outage affecting many websites for about an hour, yesterday due to a software glitch. Last week, Cloudflare users faced a major outage when Verizon accidentally rerouted IP packages after it wrongly accepted a network misconfiguration from a small ISP in Pennsylvania, USA. Cloudflare’s CTO John Graham-Cumming wrote yesterday’s outage was due to a massive spike in CPU utilization in the network. Source: Cloudflare Many users complained of seeing “502 errors” displayed in their browsers when they tried to visit its clients. Downdetector, the website which updates users of the ongoing outages, service interruptions also flashed a 502 error message. Graham-Cumming wrote, “This CPU spike was caused by a bad software deploy that was rolled back. Once rolled back the service returned to normal operation and all domains using Cloudflare returned to normal traffic levels”. A single misconfigured rule, the actual cause of the outage What must have been the cause of the outage is a single misconfigured rule within the Cloudflare Web Application Firewall (WAF), deployed during a routine deployment of new Cloudflare WAF Managed rules. Though the company has automated systems to run test suites and a procedure for deploying progressively to prevent incidents, these WAF rules were deployed globally in one go and caused yesterday’s outage. These new rules were to improve the blocking of inline JavaScript that is used in attacks. “Unfortunately, one of these rules contained a regular expression that caused CPU to spike to 100% on our machines worldwide. This 100% CPU spike caused the 502 errors that our customers saw. At its worst traffic dropped by 82%”, Graham-Cumming writes. After finding out the actual cause of the issue, Cloudflare issued a ‘global kill’ on the WAF Managed Rulesets, which instantly dropped CPU back to normal and restored traffic at 1409 UTC. They also ensured that the problem was fixed correctly and re-enabled the WAF Managed Rulesets at 1452 UTC. “Our testing processes were insufficient in this case and we are reviewing and making changes to our testing and deployment process to avoid incidents like this in the future”, the Cloudflare blog states. A user said Cloudflare should have been careful of rolling out the feature globally while it was staged for a rollout. Cloudflare confirms the outage was ‘a mistake’ and not an attack Cloudflare also received speculations that this outage was caused by a DDoS from China, Iran, North Korea, etc. etc, which Graham-Cumming tweeted were untrue and “It was not an attack by anyone from anywhere”. CloudFare’s CEO, Matthew Prince, also confirmed that the outage was not a result of the attack but a “mistake on our part.” Many users have applauded that Cloudflare has accepted the fact that it was an organizational / engineering management issue and not an individual’s fault. Prince told Inc., “I’m not an alarmist or a conspiracy theorist, but you don’t have to be either to recognize that it is ultimately your responsibility to have a plan. If all it takes for half the internet to go dark for 20 minutes is some poorly deployed software code, imagine what happens when the next time it’s intentional.” To know more about this news in detail, read Cloudflare’s official blog. Read Next A new study reveals how shopping websites use ‘dark patterns’ to deceive you into buying things you may not want OpenID Foundation questions Apple’s Sign In feature, says it has security and privacy risks Email app Superhuman allows senders to spy on recipients through tracking pixels embedded in emails, warns Mike Davidsonlast_img read more

Vehicle overturns along Bergville roadVehicle overturns along Bergville road

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite One light motor vehicle overturned this afternoon along the Bergville road.It is alleged that a Hyundai Atos collided with a Toyota Hilux bakkie while trying to overtake. Both vehicles were travelling towards Ladysmith at the time. The Atos overturned as a result of the collision.One person sustained slight injuries and was transported to Emmaus Hospital.Police, Bergville traffic police, Ladysmith RTI, Sharaj Ambulance Services and EMRS responded to the scene.last_img read more

Update Horror crash and shootings claim 13 lives

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite The horror crash that took place last night on the Colenso/Pieters road claimed the lives of 4 people on scene, one being a 3-year-old child. 3 people passed away in hospital last night, bringing the death toll to 7.It is alleged that a shooting on the road preceded the accident. A lady passenger in a Mercedes was shot dead. A taxi that was travelling past at the time tried to avoid the gunfire and crashed into a truck. The taxi was fully loaded with passengers. People were trapped in the wreckage and the jaws of life had to be used to free them.About 16 people were injured in the crash. Sharaj and EMRS transported critically injured patients to hospital, and some with moderate injuries.It is alleged that the suspects that shot at the Mercedes made their way to Ezakheni, where a second shooting took place. Five people were killed in the second shooting.This morning, the Department of Transport MEC and the Mayor of Ladysmith went into Ezakheni to assess the situation.13 people in total have been declared dead, 7 as a result of the accident and 6 in the two shootings.MEC for Transport Willies Mchunu has assembled a team to investigate the accident and the shootings.last_img read more

Video Have you ever seen an ambidextrous trick shot kicker

first_imgKicking field goals with your dominant leg is no easy task for the average Joe.Well Central Florida commit Donald Delahaye is anything but average. Watch him here as he gets two balls to spin vertically without using his hands, and then proceeds to nail a field goal of about 20 or 30 yards – all without the help of anyone else.Have you ever seen anything like this? Unreal.last_img

Alabama to pay Nick Saban 11 million and a position coach

first_imgNick Saban hasn’t had a contract extension in three years, which is like two lifetimes in coaching years.With an overdue head coach, a largely overturned coaching staff and a new AD, the Alabama Board of Trustees’ compensation committee on Tuesday approved extensions for the Crimson Tide braintrust.Saban signed a 3-year extension keeping him with the Tide through Jan. 31, 2025. “Terry and I are pleased and happy to agree to the contract extension The University of Alabama has offered us, ensuring our time here in Tuscaloosa will continue for many more years,” he said in a statement. “This has become our home and we are looking forward to finishing our career in Alabama.”The new deal will keep Saban in crimson through his 19th season in Alabama, when he will be 73 years old. The announcement did not include details of a raise, though Saban will receive a $4 million signing bonus, putting his 2017 pay at $11.125 million before bonuses, jetting him past Jim Harbaugh to again become college football’s highest-paid coach. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatix Beyond Saban, new AD Greg Byrne signed a contract that will pay him $900,000 this year and rise $25,000 a year.Byrne will earn less than his own outside linebackers coach. Tosh Lupoi netted a raise from $550,000 to $950,000 — more than 46 FBS head coaches in 2016, according to the USA Today coaching salary database. Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt earned a $300,000 raise to $1.3 million, while offensive coordinator Brian Daboll will earn $1.2 million in a previously reported deal.Strength coach Scott Cochran signed a 1-year extension to 2020 that will pay him $535,000 this year. That’s more than 18 head coaches made last year, according to USA Today.Here’s how Saban’s full staff breaks down:– Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt: $1.3 million (with a $100,00 annual raise) through the 2019 season– Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll: $1.2 million (previously reported)– Outside linebackers coach Tosh Lupoi: $950,000 through 2018– Wide receivers coach Mike Locksley: $600,000 through 2018– Running backs coach Burton Burns: $490,000 through 2018– Defensive backs coach Derrick Ansley: $405,000 through 2018– Offensive line coach Brent Key: $400,000 through 2018– Tight ends coach/special teams coordinator Joe Pannunzio: $375,000 through 2018– Defensive line coach Karl Dunbar: $275,000 (with a $300,000 raise in 2018) through 2018– Strength coach Scott Cochran: $535,000 through 2019.last_img read more

The River and The Wall explores Rio Grandes bor

first_img‘The River and The Wall’ explores Rio Grande’s border world This December 2018 photo released by Fin and Fur Films shows guide Austin Alvarado paddling through Boquillas Canyon in Big Bend National Park, Texas, with filmmakers and wildlife photographers near the U.S.-Mexico border. The new documentary, “The River and The Wall,” released Friday, May 3, 2019, examines the diverse wildlife and landscape of the Rio Grande along the U.S.-Mexico border. (Fin and Fur Films via AP) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Russell Contreras, The Associated Press Posted May 4, 2019 8:26 am PDT ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Growing up, Ben Masters worked on West Texas ranches along the border where he developed a love for the outdoors and wildlife. The experience eventually led him to study wildlife biology and to become a filmmaker.But his interests shifted after the election of President Donald Trump and Trump’s insistence that the U.S. erect a wall along the entire U.S.-Mexico border.Masters’ new documentary examining the diverse wildlife and landscape of the Rio Grande along the U.S.-Mexico border debuted this week at select theatres nationwide and on iTunes. “The River and The Wall” follows five people, including Masters, who take a 60-day journey along the Rio Grande from El Paso to Brownsville, Texas.They travel by foot, mountain bike, canoe and horseback to document the natural physical barriers that already exist along the 1,200-mile (1,931 kilometre) border. They also film wildlife and talk to U.S.-Mexico border residents who see the region as one and who oppose plans to build a wall in rural, isolated areas.Director Ben Masters said he got the idea for the film after getting frustrated over how the border region and the debate over immigration were being portrayed in media.“A lot of things that have happened (in) my life have been near the border,” Masters said. “I wanted to go and see it personally before it’s potentially changed forever by a wall.”What could transform? Centuries-old ecosystems, the migration of wildlife and human and economic relationship built over decades — all are at stake, Masters said. And a border wall wouldn’t just affect the Texas-Mexico border but the borderlands in New Mexico, Arizona and California that exist amid fragile ecological makeups.Producer Hillary Pierce said few people think of how a wall about change border life and she felt a cinematic trip to a region rarely explored would add another dimension to the debate. Viewers will see how existing walls, sometimes a mile (1.6 kilometre) from the border have hurt private farmers and ranchers.“This is a virtual visit to the border,” Pierce said. “It’s a chance for people to see it for themselves.”The crew gathered footage while canoeing through dangerous rapids, pointing cameras at bighorn sheep and camping in the darkness. Drones and helicopter took images from the sky but most was shot from the ground. The U.S. Border Patrol assisted in giving the crew access to chained-off border land and agents were helpful.Pierce said the project took place before the Trump administration’s controversial child separation migrant policy.Among those on the journey are Brazilian-born filmmaker Filipe DeAndrade and Guatemalan American outdoor guide Austin Alvarado. Both came from immigrant families who lived in the country illegally — DeAndrade also lived in the country illegally for a time — and travel along the border while thinking of the journey to the U.S. their own families took.Still, most of the time, the travellers were turning their cameras to the view around them and contemplating if they were viewing something about to undergo dramatic alteration.“It was such a treat to have this experience,” Masters said. “It’s a shame that we may be one of the last to do so.”___Russell Contreras is a member of The Associated Press’ race and ethnicity team. Follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/russcontrerasRussell Contreras, The Associated Presslast_img read more

Charge for plastic bags takes effect on Sunday

first_imgFrom Sunday consumers will have to buy plastic bags for five cents or bring their own bags to carry their shopping from supermarkets, Environment Commissioner Ioanna Panayiotou said on Thursday.The new law is in line with a European directive requiring the charge for the bags.Panayiotou added that thin plastic bags such as the ones used for fruit and vegetables are excluded from the new legislation.She said money collected from the sale of the bags will be placed in a special fund managed by Green Dot and controlled by the environment department and used to raise awareness of how to reduce plastic use.“When we think that it is a fact that by 2050 people will fish for plastic instead of fish we can understand the big size of the problem,” she said. “We should reduce not only plastic bags, but also all types of disposable plastic such as straws and plastic cups,” Panayiotou said.In the European Union, she added, all countries have an obligation to take measures to reduce plastic bags, and the debate at the EU level on reducing other single-use plastics has already begun.It is very important, Panayiotou said, that we consumers are aware, make green purchases in general and bear in mind that we should not buy things if we do not need them.“Plastic destroys the environment, it takes five seconds to produce, five minutes to use, and then it takes five hundred years to dissolve,” she added.Secretary of the supermarket association Andreas Hadjiadamou said supermarkets have long been ready to implement the measure.Supermarkets have already been supplied with reusable bags that customers can buy when they pay for their groceries.“We have always had social sensitivity and environmental consciousness and we have to say that supermarkets, regardless of this measure, have been conducting programmes and actions for a long time just to raise awareness and create environmental awareness in the world, which is very important,” Hadjiadamou said.Head of the Cypriot consumer association Stamatis Rossides said that on Saturday June 30, the association, in cooperation with the environment commissioner, will be in supermarkets around the island from 11pm until noon to hand out brochures to inform the public and tell them why they will have to pay for the bags.“We want consumers to be convinced that the reason this change is made and bags have to be bought is not an economic reason but it is for the good of the environment. Some think the reason is to make money for the supermarkets. This is not the reason. They must begin to realise the harm done to the environment and to change their mentality towards plastic,” he said.You May LikeSeriousLAWhale Watchers Head Out On Ignacio Lagoon And Get The Surprise Of A LifetimeSeriousLAUndoLocksmith of HeartsAll Guests Are Welcome In Dr. Phil’s HomeLocksmith of HeartsUndoHealth & Human Research7 Health Benefits of Eating Oats and OatmealHealth & Human ResearchUndo Data is the new oil so watch out for mass mining – Netflix filmUndoMorphou bishop now claims gay men have a ‘nasty smell’UndoUK plays Brexit hardball with ‘stubborn’ EUUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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