Campaigners call for bird names with links to colonialism to be changed

Woke warriors are behind a drive to rename hundreds of bird species because their names are deemed to have links to slavery and colonialism. Jameson’s Firefinch, Blyth’s Reed Warbler and MacQueen’s Bustard are among those set to have their namesakes replaced by less ‘offensive’ monickers.  The group calling for the changes – US-based Bird Names … Read more

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin receives FAA approval for its first human spaceflight on July 20

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin received approval Monday from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to carry humans on the New Shepard rocket into space on July 20. The company was required to verify the rocket’s hardware and software worked safely during a test flight and the FAA confirmed it met regulatory requirements. Bezos, his brother Mark, … Read more

Super Mario 64 copy sold for $1.56M from Heritage Auctions becomes the most expensive video game

Unopened 1996 copy of Nintendo’s Super Mario 64 becomes the most expensive video game in history after selling for $1.56M at auction Sold by Heritage Auctions, its’ the most ever paid at auction for a video game    Game was listed under pristine condition by market experts Legendary game marks Mario’s 3D debut on the N64 console  … Read more

Christina Haack and new boyfriend Joshua Hall enjoy ‘whimsical dream vacation’ in Tulum, Mexico

Christina Haack shared multiple photos of her Tulum, Mexico getaway with new beau Joshua Hall as she celebrated her birthday over the summer weekend. ‘Thank you to my man for kicking off my 38th with a whimsical dream vacation,’ the HGTV star, whose birthday was Friday, said in the caption of the post. The Orange … Read more

Dorset grandmother explains how she is the only person in Britain to collect barbed wire

A collection with plenty of point: Grandmother-of-four in her 70s is only person in Britain to collect BARBED WIRE Jacky Smith, of Christchurch, Dorset, picked up her prickly hobby 20 years ago while visiting Texas, USA  The pensioner has assembled a formidable £1,400 collection of around 90 unique pieces of barbed wireJ Jacky believes she … Read more

US Air Force Academy Prof. backs Critical Race Theory for ALL troops

A United States Air Force Academy Professor has argued Critical Race Theory should be taught to all cadets so that they can understand how the United States was ‘shaped by racism.’ Political scientist Lynne Chandler García said the Constitution brought about ‘inequality’ and that George Washington was a racist. She argued that the history of … Read more

Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi calls for investigation into alleged misconduct by winner Gabe Erales

Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi calls for investigation into alleged misconduct by season 18 winner Gabe Erales Erales beat fellow contestants Dawn Burrell and Shota Nakajima on the July 1 season finale  In December, he had been fired from his job as executive chef at Mexican restaurant Comedor in Austin, Texas  He was let go … Read more