Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Devs Address White Phosphorus Controversy

The developer behind Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has addressed criticism over its decision to use the controversial real-world weapon white phosphorus in multiplayer mode.

Multiplayer design director Geoff Smith told VG247 that Infinity Ward views multiplayer as a playground and separate to the darker themes of single-player campaign. As such, it doesn’t make comment on any real-world aspects of war.

“Our game is more about two sides, that there is no good guy or bad guy, you play on either one. We’re just creating this playground to play on,” he said. “I always felt like in the previous games that multiplayer is like the distant weapon fire that you hear a few blocks away from where the single player is.”

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90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Couples Clash at the Tell All and Colt and Larissa Finally Call it Quits

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? Season 4This is it. This is the end…of Colt and Larissa.
The 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? finale/reunion kicked off with an hour digging in to what happened between the controversial…

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Poll Results: What’s the Best Call of Duty Game Ever?

The Call of Duty franchise has had plenty of memorable moments, from All Ghillied Up to that weird time we had to press X/F to pay respects — we didn’t say those moments were necessarily good. But in this case, what’s good is up to you. We want to know how the Call of Duty games rank on your list.

And you delivered! Here are the results:

The Best Call of Duty Games, Ranked by You

You picked Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (not to be confused with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare or Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered, here’s an explainer on all that). It’s pretty funny a reboot of this landmark title was announced this very week! It was pretty close there with Modern Warfare 2, and Black Ops trailed both significantly in third place. World at War, 2008’s follow-up to Modern Warfare hit number four — the golden era of COD!

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Books of The Times: In ‘The Threat,’ Andrew McCabe Issues the Latest Warning Call About Trump’s America

This memoir by the former deputy director of the F.B.I. joins a roster of recent and alarming books by high-ranking members of the United States’ justice and intelligence communities.
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Day of the Devs: GDC Edition Issues Call for Submissions

Day of the Devs is returning to the Game Developers Conference this year, and needs submissions of independent games for consideration, according to a Tuesday press release. For the 2019 Game Developers Conference (GDC), Day of the Devs will showcase selected indie titles on the showfloor and at the Alamo Drafthouse. Double Fine Productions and […]



Luca Guadagnino: Call Me By Your Dress

CALL ME BY YOUR DRESS: The spring 2019 couture season may be getting underway, but Pierpaolo Piccioli’s upcoming collection for Valentino, which he’ll show on Wednesday, isn’t the brand’s only haute news of the week. Piccioli and director Luca Guadagnino have collaborated on a short film, said to feature the designer’s couture designs, most likely the fall collection he showed in July. The project’s title couldn’t be confirmed, but the two creatives clearly view it as something more than brand imaging for Valentino; a source said Guadagnino plans to enter the work into a number of film festivals.
The director is sizzling hot after last year’s “Call Me by Your Name,” which received Oscar Best Picture and Best Actor nominations (Timothée Chalamet), and won for James Ivory’s screenplay. Yet artful film work for its own sake isn’t Guadagnino’s only interest; he understands the power of strong storytelling for both art and commerce. He codified his interest in fashion in 2012, founding the production company Frenesy Film specifically for taking on projects with major fashion brands. Guadagnino has worked with numerous names at luxury’s pinnacle, directing and or producing short films or commercials for, among others, Zegna, Ferragamo, Fendi, Sergio Rossi, Giorgio Armani,

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout Adds a Boss Enemy, Removes a Weapon

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s battle royale mode, Blackout, already featured zombies in select areas, but the latest update adds the fearsome Blightfather boss from Zombies into the mix.

Previously seen in Blackout during the mode’s beta stage, the Blightfather will be located south of the map’s Aslyum area in the Graveyard. You’ll know when he is available by a red pillar of light, and Treyarch said in a Reddit post that those who kill him will be “handsomely rewarded.”

Blightfather was originally seen in the Zombies map IX, and can also be fought on the Voyage of Despair map. He’s no pushover, requiring dozens of bullets to defeat.

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The Challenge’s Cara Maria Won’t Call Paulie Her Boyfriend — But Talks About Their Sex Life

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The hottest couple to come out of MTV’s The Challenge: Final Reckoning is about to take the next step in their relationship: tattoos.

Current Challengers Cara Maria Sorbello and her Big Brother alum beau Paulie Calafiore took a break from scaling walls and doing puzzles to appear on MTV’s new series, How Far Is Tattoo Far?, hosted by Jersey Shore queen Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Younger‘s Nico Tortorella.

On the show, each pair designs and selects a tattoo for the other person, only to be revealed after they’ve already been permanently inked.

Sitting on the couch before ink is put to skin, Cara Maria attempts to define her five-month relationship with Paulie: “We’re seeing each other. I guess we’re dating, but it’s not exclusive. It’s not commitment. We’re just enjoying each other while we have each other.”

Snooki isn’t fooled and asks outright, “How’s your sex?”

“It’s… the best I’ve ever had,” Cara Maria confesses. (Wonder what her Challenge exes, Abram Boise and Kyle Christie, think about that!)

While the new couple doesn’t exchange “I love yous,” Paulie hints that he has something he wants to say with that tattoo he’s going to have inked onto Cara Maria. “We tiptoe around a lot of things when it comes to our feelings,” he says. “I’ve got a secret and I’m going to reveal it in this tattoo.”

How Far Is Tattoo Far? airs Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. on MTV.

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Call of Duty: WW2 Update Brings a New Class to the Frontlines

Call of Duty: WW2’s newest patch version 1.18 adds a division called the Cavalry, basic training, and other improvements to the first-person shooter.

The Cavalry is an objective-focused division that brings players to the frontlines. It offers you a Cavalry Shield (which can be used defensively and offensively), the ability to plant bombs as well as capture Domination flags faster, and lets you build and destroy walls quicker in War Mode. The division even scores more from objectives — two assists from the Cavalry results in a kill.

The update also includes new basic trainings, including Escalation which lets you aim down your sights at double the speed after each kill on SMGs and your ammo will get refilled after each double kill. Wanderlust will respawn you with a new gun with up to six attachments, and Specialist lets you choose three basic trainings to earn instead of scorestreaks.

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PEOPLE’s Call to Action: Contact Congress to Ask What Is Being Done to Stop the Epidemic of Gun Violence

On Friday, just as the school day was just getting underway, a gunman opened fire inside Santa Fe High School in Texas, killing 10 and wounding 13.

Eight students and two teachers were killed, leaving their loved ones grieving the loss of “extraordinary” lives.

The suspected shooter, a 17-year-old student, had planned to kill himself after the massacre but lost his nerve and surrendered instead, authorities said.

The attack, which began around 7:30 a.m., came just months after a mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, killed 17 people — and, less than a year before that, a mass shooter at a concert in Las Vegas killed 58. Weeks after the Vegas massacre, a gunman fatally shot 25 people, including a pregnant woman, at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Speaking to reporters on Friday afternoon, surrounded by law enforcement and other politicians, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called it “the worst disaster ever to strike this community.”

“We need to do more than just pray for the victims and their families,” Abbott said. “It’s time in Texas that we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again in the history of the state.”

To help you make your voice heard and to let your representatives know you will vote on the issue of sensible gun legislation, PEOPLE is once again releasing its Call to Action.

Here is the contact information for every single voting member of Congress. There are no easy solutions to gun violence, but Washington needs to know that doing nothing is not an option anymore.


Sen. Richard Shelby

Phone: 202-224-5744



Sen. Doug Jones

Phone: 202-224-3004



Rep. Bradley Byrne

Phone: 202-225-4931



Rep. Terri A. Sewell

Phone: 202-225-2665



Rep. Gary Palmer

Phone: 202-225-4921



Rep. Mike Rogers

Phone: 202-225-3261



Rep. Martha Roby

Phone: 202-225-2901



Rep. Mo Brooks

Phone: 202-225-4801



Rep. Robert Aderholt

Phone: 202-225-4876




Sen. Dan Sullivan

Phone: 202-224-3004



Sen. Lisa Murkowski

Phone: 202-224-6665



Rep. Don Young

Phone: 202-225-5765




Sen. John McCain

Phone: 202-224-2235



Sen. Jeff Flake

Phone: 202-224-4521



Rep. Ruben Gallego

Phone: 202-225-4065



Rep. Debbie Lesko

Phone: 202-225-4576



Rep. Martha McSally

Phone: 202-225-2542



Rep. Kyrsten Sinema

Phone: 202-225-9888



Rep. Andy Biggs

Phone: 202-225-2635



Rep. Tom O’Halleran

Phone: 202-225-3361



Rep. David Schweikert

Phone: 202-225-2190



Rep. Raúl Grijalva

Phone: 202-225-2435



Rep. Paul A. Gosar

Phone: 202-225-2315




Sen. Tom Cotton

Phone: 202-224-2353



Sen. John Boozman

Phone: 202-224-4843



Rep. Bruce Westerman

Phone: 202-225-3772



Rep. French Hill

Phone: 202-225-2506



Rep. Steve Womack

Phone: 202-225-4301



Rep. Rick Crawford

Phone: 202-225-4076




Sen. Kamala D. Harris

Phone: 202-224-3553



Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Phone: 202-224-3841



Rep. Karen Handel

Phone: 202-225-4501



Rep. Mimi Walters

Phone: 202-225-5611



Rep. Norma Torres

Phone: 202-225-6161



Rep. Ted Lieu

Phone: 202-225-3976



Rep. Pete Aguilar

Phone: 202-225-3201



Rep. Steve Knight

Phone: 202-225-1956



Rep. Mark DeSaulnier

Phone: 202-225-2095



Rep. Scott Peters

Phone: 202-225-0508



Rep. Juan Vargas

Phone: 202-225-8045



Rep. Alan Lowenthal

Phone: 202-225-7924



Rep. Mark Takano

Phone: 202-225-2305



Rep. Raul Ruiz

Phone: 202-225-5330



Rep. Tony Cárdenas

Phone: 202-225-6131



Rep. Julia Brownley

Phone: 202-225-5811



Rep. David Valadao

Phone: 202-225-4695



Rep. Eric Swalwell

Phone: 202-225-5065



Rep. Paul Cook

Phone: 202-225-5861



Rep. Ami Bera

Phone: 202-225-5716



Rep. Jared Huffman

Phone: 202-225-5161



Rep. Doug LaMalfa

Phone: 202-225-3076



Rep. Ro Khanna

Phone: 202-225-2631



Rep. Maxine Waters

Phone: 202-225-2201



Rep. Mike Thompson

Phone: 202-225-3311



Rep. Linda Sánchez

Phone: 202-225-6676



Rep. John Garamendi

Phone: 202-225-1880

Twitter:  @RepGaramendi

Rep. Tom McClintock

Phone: 202-225-2511

Twitter:  @RepMcClintock

Rep. Doris O. Matsui

Phone: 202-225-7163

Twitter:  @DorisMatsui

Rep. Jerry McNerney

Phone: 202-225-1947

Twitter:  @RepMcNerney

Rep. Jeff Denham

Phone: 202-225-4540

Twitter:  @RepJeffDenham

Rep. Nancy Pelosi

Phone: 202-225-4965

Twitter:  @NancyPelosi

Rep. Barbara Lee

Phone: 202-225-2661

Twitter:  @RepBarbaraLee

Rep. Jackie Speier

Phone: 202-225-3531



Rep. Jim Costa

Phone: 202-225-3341



Rep. Jimmy Panetta

Phone: 202-225-2861



Rep. Anna G. Eshoo

Phone: 202-225-8104



Rep. Zoe Lofgren

Phone: 202-225-3072



Rep. Salud Carbajal

Phone: 202-225-3601



Rep. Devin Nunes

Phone: 202-225-2523



Rep. Kevin McCarthy

Phone: 202-225-2915  



Rep. Nanette Barragán

Phone: 202-225-8220



Rep. Judy Chu

Phone: 202-225-5464



Rep. Adam Schiff

Phone: 202-225-4176



Rep. Brad Sherman

Phone: 202-225-5911



Rep. Grace Napolitano

Phone: 202-225-5256



Rep. Jimmy Gomez

Phone: 202-225-6235



Rep. Karen Bass

Phone: 202-225-7084



Rep. Ed Royce

Phone: 202-225-4111



Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard

Phone: 202-225-1766



Rep. Ken Calvert

Phone: 202-225-1986



Rep. Luis (Lou) Correa

Phone: 202-225-2965



Rep. Dana Rohrabacher

Phone: 202-225-2415



Rep. Darrell Issa

Phone: 202-225-3906

Twitter:  @DarrellIssa

Rep. Duncan D. Hunter

Phone: 202-225-5672



Rep. Susan Davis

Phone: 202-225-2040




Sen. Cory Gardner

Phone: 202-224-5941



Sen. Michael Bennet

Phone: 202-224-5852



Rep. Ken Buck

Phone: 202-225-4676



Rep. Scott Tipton

Phone: 202-225-4761



Rep. Jared Polis

Phone: 202-225-2161



Rep. Ed Perlmutter

Phone: 202-225-2645



Rep. Doug Lamborn

Phone: 202-225-4422



Rep. Diana DeGette

Phone: 202-225-4431



Rep. Mike Coffman

Phone: 202-225-7882




Sen. Christopher Murphy

Phone: 202-224-4041



Sen. Richard Blumenthal

Phone: 202-224-2823



Rep. Elizabeth Esty

Phone: 202-225-4476



Rep. John Larson

Phone: 202-225-2265



Rep. Jim Himes

Phone: 202-225-5541



Rep. Rosa DeLauro

Phone: 202-225-3661



Rep. Joe Courtney

Phone: 202-225-2076




Sen. Thomas R. Carper

Phone: 202-224-2441



Sen. Christopher A. Coons

Phone: 202-224-5042

Twitter:  @SenCoonsOffice

Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester

Phone: 202-225-4165




Sen. Bill Nelson

Phone: 202-224-5274



Sen. Marco Rubio

Phone: 202-224-3041



Rep. Matt Gaetz

Phone: 202-225-4136



Rep. Neal Dunn

Phone: 202-225-5235



Rep. Ted Yoho

Phone: 202-225-5744



Rep. John Rutherford

Phone: 202-225-2501



Rep. Al Lawson

Phone: 202-225-0123


Rep. Ron DeSantis

Phone: 202-225-2706



Rep. Stephanie Murphy

Phone: 202-225-4035



Rep. Bill Posey

Phone: 202-225-3671



Rep. Darren Soto

Phone: 202-225-9889



Rep. Val Demings

Phone: 202-225-2176



Rep. Daniel Webster

Phone: 202-225-1002



Rep. Gus M. Bilirakis

Phone: 202-225-5755



Rep. Charlie Crist

Phone: 202-225-5961



Rep. Kathy Castor

Phone: 202-225-3376



Rep. Dennis Ross

Phone: 202-225-1252



Rep. Vern Buchanan

Phone: 202-225-5015



Rep. Tom Rooney

Phone: 202-225-5792



Rep. Brian Mast

Phone: 202-225-3026



Rep. Francis Rooney

Phone: 202-225-2536



Rep. Alcee L. Hastings

Phone: 202-225-1313



Rep. Ted Deutch

Phone: 202-225-3001



Rep. Lois Frankel

Phone: 202-225-9890



Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Phone: 202-225-7931



Rep. Frederica Wilson

Phone: 202-225-4506



Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart

Phone: 202-225-4211



Rep. Carlos Curbelo

Phone: 202-225-2778



Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

Phone: 202-225-3931




Sen. Johnny Isakson

Phone: 202-224-3643



Sen. David Perdue

Phone: 202-224-3521



Rep. Buddy Carter

Phone: 202-225-5831



Rep. Sanford D. Bishop Jr.

Phone: 202-225-3631



Rep. Drew Ferguson

Phone: 202-225-5901



Rep. Henry C. “Hank” Johnson Jr.

Phone: 202-225-1605



Rep. John Lewis

Phone: 202-225-3801



Rep. Robert Woodall

Phone: 202-225-4272



Rep. Austin Scott

Phone: 202-225-6531



Rep. Doug Collins

Phone: 202-225-9893



Rep. Jody Hice

Phone: 202-225-4101



Rep. Barry Loudermilk

Phone: 202-225-2931



Rep. Rick Allen

Phone: 202-225-2823



Rep. David Scott

Phone: 202-225-2939



Rep. Tom Graves

Phone: 202-225-5211




Sen. Mazie K. Hirono

Phone: 202-224-6361



Sen. Brian Schatz

Phone: 202-224-3934



Rep. Colleen Hanabusa

Phone: 202-225-2726



Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

Phone: 202-225-4906




Sen. Mike Crapo

Phone: 202-224-6142



Sen. James Risch

Phone: 202-224-2752



Rep. Raul R. Labrador

Phone: 202-225-6611



Rep. Mike Simpson

Phone: 202-225-5531




Sen. Richard J. Durbin

Phone: 202-224-2152



Sen. Tammy Duckworth

Phone: 202-224-2854



Rep. Bobby L. Rush

Phone: 202-225-4372



Rep. Robin Kelly

Phone: 202-225-0773



Rep. Daniel Lipinski

Phone: 202-225-5701



Luis Gutiérrez

Phone: 202-225-8203



Rep. Mike Quigley

Phone: 202-225-4061



Rep. Peter J. Roskam

Phone: 202-225-4561



Rep. Danny K. Davis

Phone: 202-225-5006



Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi

Phone: 202-225-3711



Rep. Jan Schakowsky

Phone: 202-225-2111



Rep. Brad Schneider

Phone: 202-225-4835



Rep. Bill Foster

Phone: 202-225-3515



Rep. Mike Bost

Phone: 202-225-5661



Rep. Rodney Davis

Phone: 202-225-2371



Rep. Randy Hultgren

Phone: 202-225-2976



Rep. John Shimkus

Phone: 202-225-5271



Rep. Adam Kinzinger

Phone: 202-225-3635



Rep. Cheri Bustos

Phone: 202-225-5905



Rep. Darin LaHood

Phone: 202-225-6201




Sen. Todd Young

Phone: 202-224-5623



Sen. Joe Donnelly

Phone: 202-224-4814



Rep. Luke Messer

Phone: 202-225-3021



Rep. Susan W. Brooks

Phone: 202-225-2276



Rep. Jackie Walorski

Phone: 202-225-3915



Rep. Trey Hollingsworth

Phone: 202-225-5315



Rep. Peter Visclosky

Phone: 202-225-2461



Rep. Jim Banks

Phone: 202-225-4436



Rep. Todd Rokita

Phone: 202-225-5037



Rep. André Carson

Phone: 202-225-4011



Rep. Larry Bucshon

Phone: 202-225-4636




Sen. Joni Ernst

Phone: 202-224-3254



Sen. Chuck Grassley

Phone: 202-224-3744



Rep. Steve King

Phone: 202-225-4426



Rep. David Young

Phone: 202-225-5476



Rep. Rod Blum

Phone: 202-225-2911



Rep. David Loebsack

Phone: 202-225-6576




Sen. Jerry Moran

Phone: 202-224-6521



Sen. Pat Roberts

Phone: 202-224-4774



Rep. Ron Estes

Phone: 202-225-6216



Rep. Kevin Yoder

Phone: 202-225-2865



Rep. Lynn Jenkins

Phone: 202-225-6601



Rep. Roger Marshall

Phone: 202-225-2715




Sen. Mitch McConnell

Phone: 202-224-2541



Sen. Rand Paul

Phone: 202-224-4343



Rep. Andy Barr

Phone: 202-225-4706



Rep. Thomas Massie

Phone: 202-225-3465



Rep. John Yarmuth

Phone: 202-225-5401



Rep. James Comer

Phone: 202-225-3115



Rep. Harold Rogers

Phone: 202-225-4601



Rep. Brett Guthrie

Phone: 202-225-3501




Sen. Bill Cassidy

Phone: 202-224-5824



Sen. John Kennedy

Phone: 202-224-4623



Rep. Garret Graves

Phone: 202-225-3901



Rep. Ralph Abraham

Phone: 202-225-8490



Rep. Steve Scalise

Phone: 202-225-3015



Rep. Cedric Richmond

Phone: 202-225-6636



Rep. Mike Johnson

Phone: 202-225-2777



Rep. Clay Higgins

Phone: 202-225-2031



Sen. Angus King

Phone: 202-224-5344



Sen. Susan Collins

Phone: 202-224-2523



Rep. Bruce Poliquin

Phone: 202-225-6306



Rep. Chellie Pingree

Phone: 202-225-6116




Sen. Chris Van Hollen

Phone: 202-224-4654



Sen. Benjamin Cardin

Phone: 202-224-4524



Rep. John Delaney

Phone: 202-225-2721



Rep. Jamie Raskin

Phone: 202-225-5341



Rep. John P. Sarbanes

Phone: 202-225-4016



Rep. Andy Harris

Phone: 202-225-5311



Rep. Steny Hoyer

Phone: 202-225-4131



Rep. Anthony Brown

Phone: 202-225-8699

Rep. Elijah Cummings

Phone: 202-225-4741



Rep. C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger

Phone: 202-225-3061




Sen. Edward J. Markey

Phone: 202-224-2742



Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Phone: 202-224-4543



Rep. Richard E. Neal

Phone: 202-225-5601



Rep. James McGovern

Phone: 202-225-6101



Rep. Niki Tsongas

Phone: 202-225-3411



Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III

Phone: 202-225-5931



Rep. Katherine Clark

Phone: 202-225-2836



Rep. Seth Moulton

Phone: 202-225-8020



Rep. Michael E. Capuano

Phone: 202-225-5111



Rep. Stephen F. Lynch

Phone: 202-225-8273



Rep. William Keating

Phone: 202-225-3111




Sen. Gary Peters

Phone: 202-224-6221



Sen. Debbie Stabenow

Phone: 202-224-4822



Rep. Brenda Lawrence

Phone: 202-225-5802



Rep. Debbie Dingell

Phone: 202-225-4071



Rep. Dave Trott

Phone: 202-225-8171



Rep. Mike Bishop

Phone: 202-225-4872



Rep. John Moolenaar

Phone: 202-225-3561



Rep. Daniel Kildee

Phone: 202-225-3611



Rep. Tim Walberg

Phone: 202-225-6276



Rep. Paul Mitchell

Phone: 202-225-2106



Rep. Fred Upton

Phone: 202-225-3761



Rep. Sander Levin

Phone: 202-225-4961



Rep. Bill Huizenga

cPhone: 202-225-4401



Rep. Jack Bergman

Phone: 202-225-4735



Rep. Justin Amash

Phone: 202-225-3831




Sen. Tina Smith

Phone: 202-224-5641



Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Phone: 202-224-3244



Rep. Timothy J. Walz

Phone: 202-225-2472



Rep. Jason Lewis

Phone: 202-225-2271



Rep. Erik Paulsen

Phone: 202-225-2871



Rep. Betty McCollum

Phone: 202-225-6631



Rep. Keith Ellison

Phone: 202-225-4755



Tom Emmer

Phone: 202-225-2331



Rep. Collin C. Peterson

Phone: 202-225-2165

Rep. Rick Nolan

Phone: 202-225-6211




Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

Phone: 202-224-5054



Sen. Roger F. Wicker

Phone: 202-224-6253



Rep. Trent Kelly

Phone: 202-225-4306



Rep. Bennie G. Thompson

Phone: 202-225-5876



Rep. Gregg Harper

Phone: 202-225-5031



Rep. Steven Palazzo

Phone: 202-225-5772




Sen. Roy Blunt

Phone: 202-224-5721



Sen. Claire McCaskill

Phone: 202-224-6154



Rep. William “Lacy” Clay Jr.

Phone: 202-225-2406



Rep. Ann Wagner

Phone: 202-225-1621



Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer

Phone: 202-225-2956



Rep. Vicky Hartzler

Phone: 202-225-2876



Rep. Emanuel Cleaver

Phone: 202-225-4535



Rep. Sam Graves

Phone: 202-225-7041



Rep. Billy Long

Phone: 202-225-6536



Rep. Jason Smith

Phone: 202-225-4404




Sen. Steve Daines

Phone: 202-224-2651



Sen. Jon Tester

Phone: 202-224-2644



Rep. Greg Gianforte

Phone: 202-225-3211




Sen. Deb Fischer

Phone: 202-224-6551



Sen. Ben Sasse

Phone: 202-224-4224

Twitter:  @SenSasse

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry

Phone: 202-225-4806

Twitter:  @JeffFortenberry

Rep. Don Bacon

Phone: 202-225-4155



Rep. Adrian Smith

Phone: 202-225-6435




Sen. Dean Heller

Phone: 202-224-6244



Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto

Phone: 202-224-3542



Rep. Dina Titus

Phone: 202-225-5965

Twitter:  @


Rep. Mark Amodei

Phone: 202-225-6155



Rep. Jacky Rosen

Phone: 202-225-3252



Rep. Ruben Kihuen

Phone: 202-225-9894




Sen. Margaret (Maggie) Hassan

Phone: 202-224-3324



Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

Phone: 202-224-2841



Rep. Carol Shea-Porter

Phone: 202-225-5456



Rep. Ann Kuster

Phone: 202-225-5206




Sen. Robert Menendez

Phone: 202-224-4744



Sen. Cory Booker

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Rep. Donald Norcross

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Rep. Frank LoBiondo

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Rep. Tom MacArthur

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Rep. Chris Smith

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Rep. Josh Gottheimer

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Rep. Frank Pallone


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Rep. Leonard Lance

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Rep. Albio Sires

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Rep. Bill Pascrell,


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Rep. Donald Payne Jr.

Phone: 202-225-3436



Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen

Phone: 202-225-5034



Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman

Phone: 202-225-5801

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Sen. Martin Heinrich

Phone: 202-224-5521

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Sen. Tom Udall

Phone: 202-224-6621



Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham

Phone: 202-225-6316



Rep. Steve Pearce

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Rep. Ben R. Lujan

Phone: 202-225-6190




Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand

Phone: 202-224-4451



Sen. Charles E. Schumer

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Rep. Lee Zeldin

Phone: 202-225-3826



Rep. Pete King

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Rep. Thomas Suozzi

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Rep. Kathleen Rice

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Rep. Gregory W. Meeks

Phone: 202-225-3461



Rep. Grace Meng

Phone: 202-225-2601



Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez

Phone: 202-225-2361



Rep. Hakeem Jeffries

Phone: 202-225-5936



Rep. Yvette D. Clarke

Phone: 202-225-6231



Rep. Jerrold Nadler

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Rep. Daniel Donovan

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Rep. Carolyn Maloney

Phone: 202-225-7944



Rep. Adriano Espaillat

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Rep. Joseph Crowley

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Rep. José E. Serrano

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Rep. Eliot Engel

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Rep. Nita Lowey

Phone: 202-225-6506  



Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney

Phone: 202-225-5441



Rep. John Faso

Phone: 202-225-5614  



Rep. Paul D. Tonko

Phone: 202-225-5076



Rep. Elise Stefanik

Phone: 202-225-4611



Rep. Claudia Tenney

Phone: 202-225-3665



Rep. Tom Reed

Phone: 202-225-3161



Rep. John Katko

Phone: 202-225-3701



Rep. Brian Higgins

Phone: 202-225-3306



Rep. Chris Collins

Phone: 202-225-5265




Sen. Richard Burr

Phone: 202-224-3154



Sen. Thom Tillis

Phone: 202-224-6342



Rep. G.K. Butterfield

Phone: 202-225-3101



Rep. George Holding

Phone: 202-225-3032



Rep. Walter B. Jones

Phone: 202-225-3415



Rep. David Price

Phone: 202-225-1784



Rep. Virginia Foxx

Phone: 202-225-2071



Rep. Mark Walker

Phone: 202-225-3065



Rep. David Rouzer

Phone: 202-225-2731



Rep. Richard Hudson

Phone: 202-225-3715



Rep. Robert Pittenger

Phone: 202-225-1976



Rep. Patrick T. McHenry

Phone: 202-225-2576



Rep. Mark Meadows

Phone: 202-225-6401



Rep. Alma Adams

Phone: 202-225-1510



Rep. Ted Budd

Phone: 202-225-4531




Sen. Heidi Heitkamp

Phone: 202-224-2043



Sen. John Hoeven

Phone: 202-224-2551



Rep. Kevin Cramer

Phone: 202-225-2611




Sen. Sherrod Brown

Phone: 202-224-2315



Sen. Rob Portman

Phone: 202-224-3353



Rep. Steve Chabot

Phone: 202-225-2216



Rep. Brad Wenstrup

Phone: 202-225-3164



Rep. Joyce Beatty

Phone: 202-225-4324



Rep. Jim Jordan

Phone: 202-225-2676



Rep. Robert E. Latta

Phone: 202-225-6405



Rep. Bill Johnson

Phone: 202-225-5705



Rep. Bob Gibbs

Phone: 202-225-6265

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Warren Davidson

Phone: 202-225-6205



Rep. Marcy Kaptur




Rep. Michael Turner

Phone: 202-225-6465



Rep. Marcia L. Fudge

Phone: 202-225-7032



Rep. Tim Ryan

Phone: 202-225-5261



Rep. David Joyce

Phone: 202-225-5731



Rep. Steve Stivers

Phone: 202-225-2015



Rep. Jim Renacci

Phone: 202-225-3876




Sen. James M. Inhofe

Phone: 202-224-4721



Sen. James Lankford

Phone: 202-224-5754



Rep. Markwayne Mullin

Phone: 202-225-2701



Rep. Frank Lucas

Phone: 202-225-5565



Rep. Tom Cole

Phone: 202-225-6165



Rep. Steve Russell

Phone: 202-225-2132




Sen. Jeff Merkley

Phone: 202-224-3753



Sen. Ron Wyden

Phone: 202-224-5244



Rep. Suzanne Bonamici

Phone: 202-225-0855



Rep. Greg Walden

Phone: 202-225-6730



Rep. Earl Blumenauer

Phone: 202-225-4811



Rep. Peter DeFazio

Phone: 202-225-6416



Rep. Kurt Schrader

Phone: 202-225-5711




Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr.

Phone: 202-224-6324



Sen. Patrick J. Toomey

Phone: 202-224-4254



Rep. Robert Brady

Phone: 202-225-4731



Rep. Dwight Evans

Phone: 202-225-4001



Rep. Mike Kelly

Phone: 202-225-5406



Rep. Conor Lamb

Phone: 202-225-2301



Rep. Scott Perry

Phone: 202-225-5836



Rep. Glenn W. Thompson

Phone: 202-225-5121



Rep. Ryan Costello

Phone: 202-225-4315



Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick

Phone: 202-225-4276



Rep. Bill Shuster

Phone: 202-225-2431



Rep. Tom Marino

Phone: 202-225-3731



Rep. Lou Barletta

Phone: 202-225-6511



Rep. Keith Rothfus

Phone: 202-225-2065



Rep. Brendan Boyle

Phone: 202-225-6111



Rep. Mike Doyle

Phone: 202-225-2135



Rep. Lloyd Smucker

Phone: 202-225-2411



Rep. Matthew Cartwright

Phone: 202-225-5546




Sen. Jack Reed

Phone: 202-224-4642



Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse

Phone: 202-224-2921



Rep. David Cicilline

Phone: 202-225-4911



Rep. Jim Langevin

Phone: 202-225-2735




Sen. Lindsey Graham

Phone: 202-224-5972



Sen. Tim Scott

Phone: 202-224-6121



Rep. Mark Sanford

Phone: 202-225-3176



Rep. Joe Wilson

Phone: 202-225-2452



Rep. Jeff Duncan

Phone: 202-225-5301



Rep. Trey Gowdy

Phone: 202-225-6030



Rep. Ralph Norman

Phone: 202-225-5501



Rep. James E. Clyburn

Phone: 202-225-3315



Rep. Tom Rice

Phone: 202-225-9895




Sen. Mike Rounds

Phone: 202-224-5842



Sen. John Thune

Phone: 202-224-2321



Rep. Kristi Noem

Phone: 202-225-2801




Sen. Lamar Alexander

Phone: 202-224-4944



Sen. Bob Corker

Phone: 202-224-3344



Rep. Phil Roe

Phone: 202-225-6356



Rep. John J. Duncan Jr.

Phone: 202-225-5435



Rep. Chuck Fleischmann

Phone: 202-225-3271



Rep. Scott DesJarlais

Phone: 202-225-6831



Rep. Jim Cooper

Phone: 202-225-4311



Rep. Marsha Blackburn

Phone: 202-225-2811



Rep. Steve Cohen

Phone: 202-225-3265



Rep. Diane Black

Phone: 202-225-4231



Rep. David Kustoff

Phone: 202-225-4714




Sen. John Cornyn

Phone: 202-224-2934



Sen. Ted Cruz

Phone: 202-224-5922



Rep. Louie Gohmert

Phone: 202-225-3035



Rep. Ted Poe

Phone: 202-225-6565



Rep. Sam Johnson

Phone: 202-225-4201



Rep. John Ratcliffe

Phone: 202-225-6673



Rep. Jeb Hensarling

Phone: 202-225-3484



Rep. Joe Barton

Phone: 202-225-2002



Rep. John Culberson

Phone: 202-225-2571



Rep. Kevin Brady

Phone: 202-225-4901



Rep. Al Green

Phone: 202-225-7508



Rep. Michael T. McCaul

Phone: 202-225-2401



Rep. K. Michael Conaway

Phone: 202-225-3605



Rep. Kay Granger

Phone: 202-225-5071



Rep. Mac Thornberry

Phone: 202-225-3706



Rep. Randy Weber

Phone: 202-225-2831



Rep. Vicente Gonzalez

Phone: 202-225-2531



Rep. Beto O’Rourke

Phone: 202-225-4831



Rep. Bill Flores

Phone: 202-225-6105



Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee

Phone: 202-225-3816



Rep. Jodey Arrington

Phone: 202-225-4005



Rep. Joaquin Castro

Phone: 202-225-3236



Rep. Lamar Smith

Phone: 202-225-4236



Rep. Pete Olson

Phone: 202-225-5951



Rep. Will Hurd

Phone: 202-225-4511



Rep. Kenny Marchant

Phone: 202-225-6605



Rep. Roger Williams

Phone: 202-225-9896



Rep. Michael Burgess

Phone: 202-225-7772



Rep. Henry Cuellar

Phone: 202-225-1640



Rep. Gene Green

Phone: 202-225-1688



Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson

Phone: 202-225-8885



Rep. John Carter

Phone: 202-225-3864



Rep. Pete Sessions

Phone: 202-225-2231



Rep. Marc Veasey

Phone: 202-225-9897



Rep. Filemon Vela

Phone: 202-225-9901



Rep. Lloyd Doggett

Phone: 202-225-4865



Rep. Brian Babin

Phone: 202-225-1555




Sen. Orrin G. Hatch

Phone: 202-224-5251



Sen. Mike Lee

Phone: 202-224-5444



Rep. Rob Bishop

Phone: 202-225-0453



Rep. John R. Curtis

Phone: 202-225-7751



Rep. Chris Stewart

Phone: 202-225-9730



Rep. Mia Love

Phone: 202-225-3011




Sen. Patrick J. Leahy

Phone: 202-224-4242



Sen. Bernard Sanders

Phone: 202-224-5141



Rep. Peter Welch

Phone: 202-225-4115




Sen. Tim Kaine

Phone: 202-224-4024



Sen. Mark R. Warner

Phone: 202-224-2023



Rep. Robert J. Wittman

Phone: 202-225-4261



Rep. Scott Taylor

Phone: 202-225-4215



Rep. Robert C. Scott

Phone: 202-225-8351



Rep. Donald A. McEachin

Phone: 202-225-6365



Rep. Thomas Garrett

Phone: 202-225-4711



Rep. Bob Goodlatte

Phone: 202-225-5431



Rep. Dave Brat

Phone: 202-225-2815



Rep. Don Beyer

Phone: 202-225-4376



Rep. Morgan Griffith

Phone: 202-225-3861



Rep. Barbara Comstock

Phone: 202-225-5136



Rep. Gerald E. “Gerry” Connolly

Phone: 202-225-1492




Sen. Maria Cantwell

Phone: 202-224-3441



Sen. Patty Murray

Phone: 202-224-2621



Rep. Suzan DelBene

Phone: 202-225-6311



Rep. Rick Larsen

Phone: 202-225-2605



Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler

Phone: 202-225-3536



Rep. Dan Newhouse

Phone: 202-225-5816



Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Phone: 202-225-2006



Rep. Derek Kilmer

Phone: 202-225-5916



Rep. Pramila Jayapal

Phone: 202-225-3106



Rep. David G. Reichert

Phone: 202-225-7761



Rep. Adam Smith

Phone: 202-225-8901



Rep. Denny Heck

Phone: 202-225-9740




Sen. Shelley Moore Capito

Phone: 202-224-6472



Sen. Joe Manchin III

Phone: 202-224-3954



Rep. David McKinley

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Rep. Alex Mooney

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Rep. Evan Jenkins

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Sen. Tammy Baldwin

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Sen. Ron Johnson

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Rep. Paul D. Ryan

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Rep. Mark Pocan

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Rep. Ron Kind

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Rep. Gwen Moore

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Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner

Phone: 202-225-5101



Rep. Glenn Grothman

Phone: 202-225-2476



Rep. Sean P. Duffy

Phone: 202-225-3365



Rep. Mike Gallagher

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Sen. John Barrasso

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Sen. Michael B. Enzi

Phone: 202-224-3424



Rep. Liz Cheney

Phone: 202-225-2311



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“Payback’s a Bitch!” Watch Todd Kraines Prank Call Kourtney Kardashian in Hilarious April Fool’s Day PSA

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Call of Duty: WW2 Adds Leprechaun Hunt Mode for St. Patrick’s Day

Activision is celebrating all things green and Irish this St. Paddy’s day with the seasonal community event, Operation: Shamrock and Awe – which includes a zombie leprechaun lurking on the multiplayer maps.

The event is live now, and includes limited-time St. Patrick’s Day-themed gear. A couple of new weapons will also roll out – the M-38 Submachine Gun, and the MG 81 Light Machine Gun – and while the St. Patrick’s Day variants will disappear with the end of the event, the weapons themselves will remain.

Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, Kill Confirmed and Domination modes will be spiced up a little with The Leprechaun Hunt Moshpit.

“A fleet-footed zombie leprechaun hidden in each map. Players who eliminate the terrifying little sprite are rewarded with something better than a pot o’ gold – all of their equipped Scorestreaks full and ready to deploy.” It will be available as a Featured Public Match during the Operation: Shamrock and Awe from March 16 to March 19, and offers double XP.

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Arts Advocates Optimistic About NEA Funding Despite Trump’s Call for Cuts

WASHINGTON — The National Endowment for the Arts is again threatened with a White House budget that calls for the elimination of federal funding, but the hundreds of arts advocates who gathered on Tuesday to lobby lawmakers on Capitol Hill have reason for optimism. When President Donald Trump’s administration presented the same proposal last year, […]



Help For Medicine Donated To Nurse on Call By Charles Myrick of ACRX

ACRX Recognition Gallery: American Consultants Rx -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

First UK Charities for Call of Duty Endowment Announced

The Call of Duty Endowment charitable fund, founded by Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick, has selected the first UK charities to benefit from the program.

A press release from The Call of Duty Endowment announced that RFEA – The Forces Employment Charity, and Walking With The Wounded, are the first recipients of the “Call of Duty Endowment Seal of Distinction, the standard of excellence in the veterans’ employment sector.”

“Meaningful employment is the single most important way to ensure that service members successfully transition back to civilian life,” said Dan Goldenberg, executive director of the Endowment. “The Seal of Distinction recognises RFEA – The Forces Employment Charity and Walking With The Wounded as go-to organisations for veterans seeking high-quality jobs, and models for veteran-serving organisations to emulate.”

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Kim and Khloe Kardashian Call Out Kourtney’s Laziness on KUWTK: “You Never Show Up to Do Work”

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Vanderpump Rules’ Brittany Cartwright Is Ready to Call It Quits With Jax Taylor in This Intense Sneak Peek

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NYDJ Casts Fall Campaign From Open Call

NYDJ, which prides itself on offering jeans that fit every woman, took that message straight to consumers. Over the course of three weeks in April, the company visited three malls — Fashion Valley in San Diego; Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., and Roosevelt Field in Garden City, N.Y. — in search of women to appear in its fall ad campaign, which launches Tuesday.
The company staged an open casting call with mini-makeovers, hair touch-ups and fittings, and then photographed each of the women in the NYDJ jeans. Over 300 women participated in the three cities.
“We didn’t set out looking for models at all,” said Kate Foster, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of NYDJ. “What we were really inspired by was that magic moment that occurs every day in dressing rooms of stores that carry NYDJ, when a woman slips on her jeans she has a positive emotional reaction to finding her perfect fit. We felt like we had an opportunity to build an entire campaign around that magic moment, so we decided to take the show on the road. What we saw was far better than we expected.”
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Donald Trump Asks World Leaders To Call Him On His Cell Phone. That Can Only Mean 1 Thing.

President Donald Trump is being gleefully mocked over his latest reported request to world leaders.

On Tuesday, The Associated Press reported that Trump was encouraging his global counterparts to call him directly on his cell phone if they wanted to talk to him.

Twitter users were initially keen to point out the problems it could pose:

Many, however, used the opportunity to poke fun at Trump, suggest he was channeling Canadian rapper Drake, who sings the line “call me on my cell phone” in his 2015 track “Hotline Bling.”

Some also referenced Trump’s parody performance of the song on “Saturday Night Live” in 2015:

Others thought Trump might have been listening to too much Carly Rae Jepsen’s 2012 hit “Call Me Maybe”:


And these tweeters just imagined how the leaders would use the number:

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Vladimir Putin Talks ‘Tetris’ Tactics In Spoof Phone Call With Donald Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin is a titan at “Tetris.” Apparently.

In Conan O’Brien’s latest imagined telephone call, Putin schools President Donald Trump on the intricacies of the tile-matching puzzle video game.

“We stack the pieces as they fall, placing them exactly where they need to be,” says the fake Putin.

“We let them pile up, biding our time, waiting for the exact right moment,” he adds. “Then when everything is in place, when the pressure is mounting and it seem like everything is about to end, we drop the final pieces and bring the whole thing down.”

Sounds like good “Tetris” advice to us. Well, he couldn’t be talking about anything else, could he?

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Nikki Bella Is Furious After Brie Misses a Major Business Call on Total Divas: “I Don’t Know What’s Going on With Her”

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Celebrities Call For Compassion After Trump’s Missile Strike On Syria

Celebrities took to social media to voice their opinions following President Donald Trump’s decision to launch a direct attack on the Syrian government Thursday night.

According to Trump, the missile strikes were ordered in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack on civilians that left at least 100 people dead earlier this week.

“It is in this vital national security interest of the United States to prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons,” Trump said Thursday from his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

Everyone from Rosie O’Donnell to Kerry Washington to Patton Oswalt to Lena Dunham weighed in on the military action. Many of them noted the apparent hypocrisy in bombing a country in one stroke and refusing to come to the aid of its refugees in another.

“If you support bombing Syria because they attacked with chemical weapons, but [you] supported banning Syrian refugees, [you’re] a f**kin hypocrite,” actor D.L. Hughley tweeted, referencing Trump’s attempts to enact a travel ban targeting Muslim-majority nations, including Syria.

See how Hollywood reacted to the U.S. missile strike below. 

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Bob Odenkirk Says More ‘Breaking Bad’ Characters Are Coming To ‘Better Call Saul’

It’s Saul good for “Breaking Bad” fans in Season 3 of “Better Call Saul.”

After theorists discovered the episode titles for Season 2 spelled out “FRINGS BACK,” the show has been all about teasing upcoming return of Giancarlo Esposito, the actor who played Los Pollos Hermanos founder Gus Fring in the original AMC series. Check him out in the new promos and photos for “Saul.”

But that might be just the beginning.

Bob Odenkirk tells The Huffington Post that even more “Breaking Bad” characters are on the way.

“Giancarlo is an incredibly sweet, generous actor, and incredibly gifted, amazing actor, so it’s wonderful to have him around, and it’s wonderful to get the story closer to the world of ‘Breaking Bad,’ and it’s not just Giancarlo. There are other characters from that show that are starting to appear, so that is super exciting, and it raises our stakes, and it raises our game at ‘Saul,’” said Odenkirk. 

The actor says fans are in for a surprise.

“It’s just awesome, and I just envy the fans for the surprises that are coming this season. I guess as it comes closer to ‘Breaking Bad,’ it’s gonna happen more and more,” he said.

Just what are these surprises and who are these other characters? Could it be Hank? Jesse? Perhaps even … (ominous knocks on door) … gasp … (never mind, it’s just the Chinese food) … perhaps even … the one who knocks, aka Walter White?

In a previous interview for Season 2 of “Better Call Saul,” Odernkirk told HuffPost that he wanted fans to stop hoping for a Walter White cameo and that “Saul” (much like David. S. Pumpkins) was its own thang:

Stop referencing “Breaking Bad” … it hasn’t happened yet … this show is THIS show, and it’s full and complex and the stakes are different and it’s a helluva unique and rich experience.

Now things are breaking differently.

The actor is embracing the idea of the two shows blending together. With his previous response in mind, we asked if the show would continued to have its own tone or trend towards “Breaking Bad.”

“The unique tone that Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould established and sort of the unique area that ‘Saul’ is in, we stay in that world through the third season. But I think your question is a good one, and it could be more relevant in Season 4 and 5, if there is one. It could actually become a little more like the balance ‘Breaking Bad’ was, the balance of violence and higher stakes.”

And for everyone wondering when Jimmy McGill will finally become Saul Goodman, Odenkirk had some reassuring words.

“It’s gonna happen, not the way you expect it to,” he said.

Odenkirk said the difference between Jimmy and Saul is that Saul is more “emotionally callous,” and Jimmy still has “soft spots in his heart and a lot of hope.”

He added, “But trust me, the story will beat the hope out of him.”

In that case, we have a piece of advice for Jimmy McGill.

“Better Call Saul” Season 3 premieres April 10 on AMC.

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How To Call Off Your Wedding Like An Adult

Saying “yes” to a marriage proposal takes major guts. It arguably takes equal guts to call off your wedding and notify family, friends and guests of the change in plans. 

To guide readers in this sticky situation, we turned to Amber Harrison, Wedding Papers Divas’ resident etiquette expert, and Diane Gottsman, author of Modern Manners for a Better Life, for their best advice for canceling a wedding like an adult. 

1. Keep calm and don’t panic. 

Believe it or not, your situation isn’t that unique. Harrison says most wedding planners will tell you that it isn’t unusual to have at least a few cancellations each year.  With that knowledge, take a deep breath and ready yourself for the job of notifying loved ones and guests. 

“While it can feel overwhelming to think of cancelling a wedding, especially once guests have been invited, it is absolutely possible and may be a better option than going through with a marriage you are not feeling confident about,” Harrison said. 

2. Do it sooner than later. 

Don’t put off the inevitable. As soon as you know your relationship is donezo ― or that the wedding is not going to happen on schedule ― reach out to your guests to notify them. 

“When a couple cancels their wedding, there is no time to delay,” Gottsman said. “If it’s definite, start letting the guest know as soon as possible, especially if the wedding was a destination wedding and travel and lodging plans need to be changed.”

3. Designate a proxy to make the calls. 

OK, so you’re not exactly looking forward to letting everyone ― your judgmental sophomore year roommate included ― know what happened. That’s fine. Gottsman reassured us that it’s totally kosher to designate a caller or two to get the word out. 

“It’s seldom the couple that makes the call, actually,” she said. “Ask a trusted friend or family member to go through the guest list and contact each guest, in person when possible. For a large ceremony, it may take several people. Just make sure the let them know how much or little they should divulge.”

4. If the invitations have already been sent, you may want to followup with a formal announcement.

If the invites have already been delivered, Harrison recommends sending a more official announcement by mail. 

“The wording can be quite simple and mirror your invitation,” she said. “Something like ‘Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Layton announce that the marriage of their daughter, Jessy Layton, to Taylor Morgan will not take place.’” 

5. There’s no need to divulge too much to your guests. Just give them the info they need. 

Save the drama for phone calls with your mama. Share exactly what guests need to know, and nothing more. 

“This is the time to inform guests about the change of plans, not get into a 30-minute conversation about what happened,” Gottsman said. “If asked, let the guests know they will be informed as to how the wedding and shower gifts will be returned in the future. That’s something they need to know.”

6. Don’t forget to notify the vendors!

You need to get word out to your guests ASAP, but don’t forget to let your vendors know in the process, Gottsman said. 

“It’s equally important to inform all the people who are counting on providing services,” she said. “Start with the officiant, the hotel, caterer, DJ and gift registries. Take careful notes of penalties and refund protocol!”

7. Oh, and if you think there’s half a chance the wedding will happen, let your guests know.

Modern relationships are complicated. If you and your S.O. just need some time before tying the knot or intend to reschedule, just let your guests know that, Harrison said. 

“If you are still planning to get married to the same person sometime in the future, make sure you communicate that the wedding has been postponed, rather than cancelled,” she said. 

Calling off a wedding: That wasn’t so hard, was it? 

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Zach Braff, Fans Call On Alec Baldwin To Be Trump At Correspondents Dinner

Here’s an idea: Since Donald Trump has announced he’s ditching the annual White House Correspondents Dinner in April, maybe a substitute could take his place. Who better than Alec Baldwin, whose impersonations of Trump on “Saturday Night Live” are growing ever-more eerily close to the real thing?

Actor Zach Braff came up with the brainstorm. After Trump tweeted that he wouldn’t be attending the dinner, Braff quickly tweeted to Baldwin that it was time to “suit up.” Other Baldwin fans chimed in.

No word yet from Baldwin. Someone who would be extremely unpleased about the substitution would be Trump, who absolutely loathes Baldwin’s impersonations of him and just doesn’t think they’re … well … funny.

Trump has become the first president in over three decades to duck out of the event which features a comedian roast of the chief executive.

It’s not a huge surprise Trump is dodging the event, given his repeated attacks on the media that reached a kind of defcon-5 calling the press the “enemy of the people.” After his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday, several media outlets, including the Huffington Post, were barred from a press briefing.

The president’s attacks had the media rethinking the whole dinner affair. The New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Bloomberg had canceled their famous event parties, and CNN was considering skipping the sit-down. Comedian Samantha Bee announced early this year that she was planning an alternative event on the same night with the tentative title: “Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.”

The event by the White House Correspondents Association, which hosts D.C. journalists, celebrities and Beltway newsmakers, first began in 1921. The last president to skip out was Ronald Reagan in 1981 because he was still rattled by an assassination attempt — but he managed to phone in his comments.

Trump has attended the dinner before — and was ribbed from the podium by former president Obama in 2011 for peddling the “birther” tall-tale that Obama had not been born in America.

Who knows? If Baldwin decides to pick up the gauntlet perhaps there would also be an open invitation for “SNL” pal Beck Bennett to stand in for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Pogue’s Basics: How to end a call on your iPhone

Pogue’s Basics: How to end a call on your iPhoneThis is going to sound insane. But since Apple released iOS 10, a lot of people have asked how to hang up at the end of a call. It’s true: The bright red Hang Up button no longer appears on the call screen! For a mysterious reason known only to Apple, once you press your Home button for any reason during a call—to wake the phone because it’s gone to sleep, for example, or to open a different app for reference—the red Hang Up button goes away, as shown in the video above. So here’s the solution: To hang up, press the Sleep button (the off switch on the side or top of the iPhone). …

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Nicki Minaj Says ‘Racism’ Is The Reason This Designer Won’t Take Her Call

Giuseppe, what’s good? 

Nicki Minaj put the acclaimed Italian luxury shoe designer Giuseppe Zanotti on blast Friday after the brand’s PR people apparently refused to take Minaj’s call. 

The rapper unleashed a tweetstorm about the incident, and here’s how it went down: 

[Editor’s note: Minaj did wear the sneakers, though it appears she wore them for Glamour in 2011.] 

The 34-year-old entertainer’s problems with Zanotti arose when she found out the designer was making capsule collections with other artists (most recently Zayn Malik and Jennifer Lopez), which would presumably give the collaborator a share of the shoe’s profits. 

Minaj claimed that because she was black, she could only “inspire” Zanotti, but not partner with him: 

Minaj retweeted a fan’s photo of some of the “Nicki” shoes that show up when you search for them in the designer’s collection: 

Toward the end of her Twitter call-out, Minaj said she wouldn’t permit this “racism and disrespect.” She called on her fans to start Tweeting or Instagramming the hashtag #GiuseppeWhatsGood, a reference to her famous line to Miley Cyrus at the MTV Awards. 

Soon enough, her #Giuseppe hashtag was trending on Twitter: 

Minaj again clarified to fans that is wasn’t about the money, “just the disrespect:”  

UPDATE, 3:21 p.m.:  Zanotti appears to have taken the “Nicki” shoes down from his website, which led to another round of tweets from Minaj: 

The Huffington Post reached out to Minaj and Zanotti and will update this post accordingly. 

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The Last Guardian Special Edition is £1 More Than The Standard Edition

We thought we would never see a day where The Last Guardian is officially available in stores let alone a price drop; Today, GAME are selling a Special Edition of The Last Guardian for £44.99, which includes a Premium Steelbook Game Case and Blu-ray game disc in compatibility with the PS4 Pro. Considering Amazon are selling the Standard Edition for £44.00 (or £42.00 with Amazon Prime), we’d say this is a pretty good deal for a 4K physical copy of The Last Guardian.

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William H. Macy And Stephen Colbert Call A Family Meeting For America

Actor William H. Macy had a heart-to-heart with the nation on Friday.

The “Shameless” star joined “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert for a “family meeting” with America, in which the two dads talked about pretty much everything from porn, puberty, taking drugs, Thanksgiving fireworks, where babies come from and drinking alcohol.

Their most crucial piece of advice came toward the end of the skit, however, alongside a thinly veiled dig at President-elect Donald Trump.

Check out the full skit above and watch Colbert’s later interview with Macy below.

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Hear 911 Call Of ‘Too High’ Guy Found Surrounded By Doritos

By now the nation is aware of the poor 22-year-old from Austintown, Ohio, who called 911 earlier this month to say he was “too high” and was later found by police surrounded by Doritos and cookies.

Now, his dankest hour has been made public.

In a 911 call obtained by WJW on Wednesday, the sad sap explains that he “can’t feel anything.”

A dispatcher asks, “OK, what’d you take?”


The caller sounds upset, and the dispatcher’s tone changes from serious to comforting.

“OK,” the dispatcher says, “we’ll send an EMS right over to check you out, OK?”

“OK. Thank you,” the caller replies.

It turns out he was indeed OK. He refused medical attention, and gave responding officers the keys to his car so they could find his stash. Inside, they found a jar of marijuana, two joints and paraphernalia. Because he’s in Ohio, the caller now faces possession charges.

HuffPost Canada reported:

People who have smoked marijuana report an increased appetite because of brain stimulation from THC, one of the drug’s ingredients, reports.

The substance triggers the brain’s endocannabinoid system, which is connected to memory, emotions and appetite.

In this case, it seems it was a little too stimulated for the user’s own good.

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Miss Piggy and Kermit Call It Quits

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past month, or obsessing over the possibility of a President Trump, or the rollercoaster ride the stock market is taking us all on, I must inform you that Miss Piggy and Kermit have called it quits.

I know, I was just as upset. Sure they had their problems, but what passionate couple doesn’t? Sure he’s an Amphibian and she’s a mammal. Yes, he’s tailless, and she’s what the Jewish people might call, dirty, and non-kosher. But they were fun to watch, and they had that je ne sais quoi.

It seems that every other day a celebrity couple’s relationship goes into the crapper, or someone you know; a friend, or family member, is divorcing, but the Muppets? Why? Now where are my role models going to come from? Are my parents, whose 52 years and counting, (happy anniversary, by the way) are all that’s left?! Who’s next, Bert and Ernie?

I suppose we’re all the same, muppets and humans alike. The muppets are simply mirroring us mortals, and this could not have been truer when the entertainment rags reported that Kermit had already found a new pig — a pig with auburn hair.

Oh, Kermit, why so soon? Miss Piggy’s snout wasn’t even warm, and you’ve leap frogged onto another. Miss Piggy had barely left the barn, and Kermit had started dating Denise, a younger, 25, and thinner pig. Kermit is 60 years old, and Missy Piggy is only 41. I suppose 20 years just wasn’t young enough.

When Kermit sang, “It’s Not Easy Being Green,” I fell in love with his vulnerability and sensitivity. I thought that he and Miss Piggy would be forever. What a hard lesson to learn.

I still have hope, however, because a life without it, isn’t a life worth living. Miss Piggy and Kermit have broken up before, so perhaps they’ll find each other again.

Lest anyone think that Miss Piggy is curled up in a fetal position on the kitchen floor of her sty, she’s not. She’s been spotted out with none other than hunky hunk, Liam Hemsworth. Croak on that, Kermit.

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9 Simple Hacks That Will Help Organize That Mess You Call a Closet

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It’s finally time to get your organizational act together and clear the clutter. Not only does having clothes strewn about everywhere look unsightly, it’s also incredibly inefficient because a) you’re not even really sure what you own, and b) even if you did know, you wouldn’t be able to access the clothing anyways. The 9 simple hacks below will transform your mess into a lean, mean, coordinated machine so you can actually wear what you’ve spent your hard-earned cash on.

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1. Call your local plumber
What you need: PVC pipe and a pipe cutter/hand saw.
What it does: Creates a handy storage compartment for your watches, belts, suiting accessories, etc.

You can store the tubes of piping in a drawer, plastic container under your bed, in a box on your desk, etc. If you do indeed store ’em in a drawer or something with a cover, measure the height of the compartment and cut your pipe accordingly. Roll up your belts and ties, use them to hold watches, tie bars, and other assorted jewelry. You could even put one near your front door to act as a catchall for keys, change, etc.

2. Use a pegboard
What you need: A pegboard and pegboard hooks.
What it does: Creates a space to hang and store clothing, accessories, etc.

Install it on your bedroom wall and hang up tomorrow’s outfit so it’s ready to go the next morning. Use it to store jewelry and other small items (ties, scarves, etc.). A pegboard and a few hooks results in an invaluable space to hang, well, just about anything.

3. File your t-shirts
What you need: Hands.
What it does: Makes storing your t-shirts more efficient.

Instead of storing them in the traditional fashion, put your t-shirts in the drawer using a filing system. This allows you to fit more shirts and get a much better sense of what you own (so you don’t continuously wear the same six tees).

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4. Drink up
What you need: An empty cardboard wine box.
What it does: The box that got you drunk becomes a place to store your shoes, ties, belts, accessories, etc.

A 12 bottle wine box will hold six pairs of shoes (one shoe per slot). You could also use it to store off-season items, ties, and belts. Keep it under your bed so everything stays out of the way.

5. Get your hanger game up
What you need: Identical hangers in different colors and/or closet organizers.
What it does: Helps sort your clothing by type, color, and occasion.

There are three routes you can take here. Either you can buy the same exact hanger in different colors to coordinate your clothing (i.e. shirts on blue hangers, pants on white), or you can use closet organizers to separate everything. But the ultimate step in clothing management is to utilize both techniques. For example, put all your shirts on blue hangers and use closet organizers to further separate them into work shirts, going out shirts, etc.

But, regardless of the route you choose, always sort your clothing by color to make everything more accessible and tidy.

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Take Down the Flag: Peter Mulvey’s Growing Song of Tribute a Call to Action

We know these names: Clementa Pinckney, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, Cynthia Hurd, Susie Jackson, Ethel Lee Lance, DePayne Middleton-Doctor, Tywanza Sanders, Daniel L. Simmons Sr., Myra Thompson. A week ago, they were alive.

A week ago, during the hour of the night in which they were studying the practice of peace and love, a young white man fueled with racist ideology and its historical narrative of hatred entered their church and shot them dead. This man carried more than a gun — he carried in his mind a controversial symbol of the South: the Confederate flag.

This past week, flags have been lowered to half-staff. But not all of them. “Every flag over Charleston is at half-staff today — except one.” This is the first line of a new song, “Take Down Your Flag,” by singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey. On tour with Ani DiFranco last week, he saw the news of the Emanuel A.M.E. Church massacre and decided to write a song. He wrote it Friday night in the basement dressing room of the Calvin Theatre in Northampton, Massachusetts, right before his set. Then he performed it. This isn’t just any song. It’s one with a mission.

In a Facebook post, Peter writes, “In Charleston, the United States Flag and the South Carolina state flag are at half-mast for nine days, for the nine victims. But the Confederate battle flag is flying at the top of its pole. News outlets are reporting that lowering it can only be done by a vote of the state legislature. I submit that lowering it can be done by two hands and human decency.”

The song ends:

It will take all of the love in all of our hearts,
but it will also take something more.

Take down your flag to half-staff.
Take down your flag to half-staff.
Take down your flag to half-staff
And then take it down for good.

The Confederate flag has been flying high, a finger poking into a centuries-old open wound. Peter’s song demands that the flag at least be lowered to half-staff this Wednesday, when the body of Reverend Clementa Pinckney will lie in state at the South Carolina Capitol. “The thing that I’d most like to see,” he says, “is the Confederate flag at half-staff while Pinckney is lying in state underneath it. That would take just a small bit of the edge of the pain so many (including myself) are feeling.” The song also gives tribute to and remembrance of the nine people lost in this horrendous attack.

Peter uploaded the original version of “Take Down Your Flag” to YouTube on Saturday. It includes a verse remembering Susie Jackson. Someone asked if he’d write verses for all nine who were killed; by that time, two musicians had already covered the song, and Peter asked if they’d re-write their own verses in remembrance. This started a domino effect of musicians covering, re-writing, recording, and uploading their own additions.

Ani DiFranco sings a verse for Tywanza Sanders, Anaïs Mitchell gives tribute to DePayne Middleton-Doctor, and Erin McKeown sings about Sharonda Coleman-Singleton. Pamela Means‘ lyrics include: “Clementa Pinckney worked tirelessly for justice, peace, and love.” Vance Gilbert, speaking to the symbolism and historical residue of the Confederate flag, wrote a verse about alleged gunman Dylann Roof. Peter Mulvey most recently added a lyric for Reverend Pinckney: “Clementa Pinckney will lie in state on Wednesday afternoon. Please do not fly that flag over his body.”

In a matter of days, “Take Down Your Flag” has become a living song. Peter has just uploaded a video containing the chords and framework in hopes that more people will continue to grow this song and commemorate those we’ve lost.

Musicians, please think about recording this song with a new verse and sharing it with the world. It’s become a chain song of love, remembrance, and honor, and, most importantly, it’s a call to action. In a time like this, the world needs songs like this.

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Time to Call a Truce on the War on Women

We talk a lot about the war on women. At work (wage inequality). On the playing field (domestic violence). On campus (date rape). In the legislature and judiciary (restricted reproductive choice). It’s become a meme, a memorable turn of phrase that both highlights and diminishes the importance of the issue at hand.

But what about the personal war we women wage on ourselves every day? When we stand before the mirror or wake up at three in the morning. The self-defeating and marginalizing comments that become second nature after the age of eight (not good enough, smart enough, pretty enough, thin enough). They’re as devastating as bullets and just as deadly.

The good news is that you can silence that internal critic who brings you down. Here’s how:

1. Ask yourself: is this story true? Have I really gained weight or is this style simply unflattering to my shape? Am I really unqualified for this job/promotion/raise or am I simply insecure because I don’t think I meet/exceed every single qualification? Take a good, realistic look at yourself (or talk with an objective friend or colleague) and separate fact from fiction so you can act with your best intentions at heart.

2. Develop greater self-awareness. Make a chart of your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and things that get in the way. Getting things down on paper will help you see yourself more clearly so you can focus on what’s worth working on or pursuing and what’s worth letting go.

3. Cultivate shades of grey. (No, not that!) Are you prone to an all-or-nothing-at-all approach to life? Extreme thinking can really color your perceptions of what’s real and true. Tone down the black and white so you can see things as they really are and not as you may fear.

4. Choose empathy over judgment. As hard as we are on ourselves, we can be even harder on other women. You never know what’s going on in someone else’s life, so take a step back before you judge another’s life choices. That compassion will come back to you.

If we want to end the war on women, let’s start by first making peace with ourselves.

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At His Insistence: The Billionaire’s Beck and Call, Part 4

At His Insistence: The Billionaire’s Beck and Call, Part 4

When Isabeau reveals to Mr. Drake that she’s not ready to be his slave, he refuses to share his bed with her, giving her time to think about what she really wants. Will she let fear get in the way of the best thing that’s ever happened to her? When she decides to take a leap of faith, he’s one step ahead of her, sending a car to bring her to him as his date to an extravagant party, with one thing in mind: punishing her for her lack of trust in a way that will make her squirm. Will Isabeau succumb to fear, or will she finally give Mr. Drake the control he desires? This 5900 word story is the fourth part of the “Billionaire’s Beck and Call” series by best selling erotica and romance author, Delilah Fawkes. EXCERPT: I ran my hands over my temples. He could not be serious! He wanted me to wear this sex toy while he paraded me in front of investors and party guests. His business career could be on the line on a night like tonight, and he wanted to play games. But I had to admit, the thought of wearing this in front of a room full of strangers made my body tingle and my pulse race. It would be a secret only the two of us knew about, and if I judged him right, he’d have the control to flip the switch and turn it on whenever he pleased, controlling my body beneath everyone’s noses, and no one the wiser. Unless I screwed up and let my feelings show. I bit my lip, fear and excitement warring within me. I’d show him just how cool I could be. I wouldn’t disappoint him. I took a deep breath at the top of the winding main staircase, steeling myself. You can do this, Isabeau. Just breathe. I held onto the handrail and moved down the steps carefully, my core squeezing around the egg beneath my new lace panties. I still couldn’t believe I was doing this, but the thought of Mr. Drake somewhere below, waiting to turn me on was almost too much to bear. I felt like I was on fire for him,

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Disney’s Futuristic ‘Tomorrowland’ Rejects Dystopian Tropes With An Optimistic Call To Action


A few minutes into “Tomorrowland,” it becomes clear that Disney’s latest live-action adventure isn’t going to brood over the apocalypse or depict a purely desolate future. Instead, the movie blends sci-fi and fantasy with realism to depict a world where hope is the only antidote to extinction.

In “Tomorrowland,” directed by Brad Bird and co-written by Bird and Damon Lindelof (with Jeff Jensen earning a story credit), we first meet Frank Walker (George Clooney), a once bright-eyed young boy with innovative dreams, as a now-hardened cynic in the present day. We learn what shattered Frank’s buoyancy when Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) backtracks to tell her story as a teen determined to save the future of a doomed NASA rocket launch site. After finding a mysterious pin secretly given to her by a young British girl, Athena (Raffey Cassidy), Casey is briefly transported to the futuristic world of Tomorrowland. But the real future turns out not to be as bright and shiny: A clock counts down to a predicted apocalypse, prompting Casey, Athena and Frank to try to save the fate of a crumbling planet Earth.

With the awe of “Alice in Wonderland” and a hint of the futurism of “WALL-E,” Bird’s “Tomorrowland” feels very much like a Disney-fueled vehicle, but one which heavily cashes in on the power of positive thought — think of the best-seller The Secret, which Lindelof named-dropped while discussing “Tomorrowland.” The movie packs on the cheesy believe-and-you-can-achieve Disney mantra quite heavily, but it’s nevertheless refreshing to see a positive spin on the dreary future that fills the big screen today. “Tomorrowland” has already been labeled the anti-“Hunger Games,” a departure from the typical nihilism.

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“The future we’re getting fed a steady diet of is sort of post-apocalyptic,” Lindelof told The Huffington Post. “The idea that something kind of terrible happens and now the dregs of humanity are roving the desert in tricked-out cars or shooting arrows at each other, that’s kind of what the future is.” While Lindelof — who, let’s not forget, is the co-creator of “Lost” and HBO’s ultra-depressing “The Leftovers” — admits he loves those types of stories, he wanted to discover what a different kind of future would look like, and whether or not audiences would even want to see it.

While this approach is hardly something we see in movies or on television today, it does reflect a mindset of an earlier generation, before hope was vanquished by pessimism. “When both Damon and I were young, the world was still a rough place,” Bird told HuffPost. “There were wars and injustice and pollution, and all the things we have today, but the attitude towards the future was that we were going to solve all these problems and that the future was this bright thing just over the horizon.”

It was this question of “What happened?” that fascinated Bird and Lindelof, leading them to use Disney’s theme-park land as the inspiration for what the word “Tomorrowland” actually meant to society, then and now. “In a broad sense, it’s about Walt Disney’s view of the future, that it was an exciting thing, that it was a giant opportunity [rather] than this burden we come to think of it as, this coming disaster,” Bird said.

But “Tomorrowland” doesn’t paint a future that is bright and sunny where all of the world’s problems can be solved by making a wish and dreaming big (despite the film’s hefty serving of goofy sentimentalism). No fairy godmother flashes into existence and no magical wand flickers to save our world. The film asks more of its audience than simply sitting back and enjoying the movie, most directly in a monologue delivered by the villainous scientist Nix (Hugh Laurie), who blames the predicted demise of mankind on mankind itself. It’s a moment where “Tomorrowland” breaks the fourth wall and holds the viewers responsible for the apocalypse that could come if we succumb to resignation.

“The big cosmic shrug, I don’t get,” Bird said. The director made a point to claim “Tomorrowland” isn’t necessarily a political film, but he does hope that audiences walk away with some sense of desire to contribute to a better future. Robertson echoed that sentiment: “I think it’s important for audiences when they see a movie like this to take that into consideration and maybe work it into their own life in trying to put forth actions that contribute to a more optimistic future.”

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But Bird knows that the Cinderella model — “a dream is a wish your hearts makes” — isn’t all it takes. “Dreaming is great and crucial, but dreaming is step one,” Bird said. “All the rest of the steps are putting the dream into motion and asking and deciding what future you want and making every decision drive towards that future.”

Whether or not you walk away from “Tomorrowland” feeling inspired with a sense of hope and activism, or simply dazzled by the visuals, it’s at least reassuring to see a major summer movie evading the usual dystopian cliches. “I don’t want to be holed in a house eating from a tin can of beans as zombies scrape at the door,” Lindof said. “I want to watch it, I don’t want to live it. So why not make one that has a future that I would want to live in?”

“Tomorrowland” is now playing in theaters.

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Call me Puke

Call me Puke

Actor, producer, and director Mark Sieve is the co-creator of the Renaissance vaudeville team Puke & Snot, the longest-running two-man comedy duo in the country and a headline show at festivals and comedy clubs throughout North America since 1974. A comedy club owner in Los Angeles once said after an appearance by Puke & Snot: ”This act heralds the merging of the visual discipline of performance art with the verbal precision of classical drama, resulting in nothing less than a completely new art form. They’ll never work here again.” But work they did, and still do. With wit and energy, Mark Sieve weaves choice tidbits about his remarkable partnership with Joe Kudla against the backdrop of his early life in a small Minnesota town and his emerging career as an actor. A supremely affectionate book, Call Me Puke finally puts to rest his mother’s oft-stated and greatest fear: ”I hope I die before I find out all my kids are stupid.” ”Mark devotes as much energy to his golf game as his acting. Both, unfortunately, are above par.” -Tom Watson, golf professional ”The most successful act on the Renaissance festival circuit, the nonpareils, Puke & Snot.” -Calvin Trillin, The New Yorker

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