An Arizona woman caused a scandal in a s Arizona
An Arizona woman caused a scandal in a supermarket because of protective masks
Melissa Raine Lively, a 35-year-old PR manager from Scotland, Arizona, became famous after a video with her participation hit the Internet on July 4, 2020.
The videos were made at the Target supermarket, where Lively went to buy water, and where she had a nervous breakdown, and published by her in Instagram stories.
The indignant woman shouted and scattered protective masks from the stand, shouting insults and flaunting that she could buy everything she was scattering. She herself described the condition as a "steroid panic attack."
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Schwarzenegger resented poor visit to cemetery on Veterans Day and drew a parallel with Trump's rallies
On November 11, Schwarzenegger visited the National Cemetery in Los Angeles, where the veterans are buried. On Instagram, he posted a video from the cemetery, in which he thanked all those who defended the United States at the front.
Schwarzenegger stressed that he was "upset" to see that "only about 20 people" came to the cemetery, "where nearly 100,000 veterans were buried."
“Think about it. I mean, 20 people and almost 100,000 veterans are buried there, ”he said.
After that, Schwarzenegger drew a parallel with the crowded election rallies of incumbent US President Donald Trump.
In California, 46 cm of snow fell at a ski resort over the weekend
In California, a total of 46 cm of snow fell at the Sierra at Tahoe ski resort over the weekend.
Daytime temperatures dropped to + 10 °.
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The winner of the Miss USA pageant was an African-American woman from Mississippi
In an interview with Mississippi, USA, Brunch said that her father was imprisoned for 10 years. His experience inspired her to advocate for criminal justice reform, and in 2018 she met with President Donald Trump and other officials to discuss measures to reintegrate former prisoners into society after their release.
Asya Branch became the first African-American to be named Miss Mississippi, as well as the first African-American to represent the state at the annual pageant. Now that she has been named Miss USA, Brunch will move to New York to represent various charities.
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- «Дано-зрада» продолжается.)
В разных источниках разгоняют чистый фейк, что мы планируем брать старые «Даны», с хранения.
Это прямая ложь - мы будем брать новехонькие, их под нас специально будут делать.)