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  1. As I lay here on this pillow With a life of no regret Can we maybe make a moment That my heart won't forget When we're old, will you remember? Layin' on this Sunday bed With your white suede crashin' over My red wine dusty head This little thing called love Is all that we need now This little thing called love Will stop the water if we drown No matter if we're stolen by the shadows And there's darkness all around This little thing called love's all we need now Oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Oh-oh As you lay here on that pillow And we breathe the northern air There'll be no time left for sleepin' Now you're finally here And I guess somewhere this morning As I hear the night birds sing And right now it's truly daunting This is more than just a thing This little thing called love Is all that we need now This little thing called love Will stop the water if we drown No matter if we're stolen by the shadows And there's darkness all around This little thing called love's all we need now This little thing called love Is all that we need now Oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Oh-oh This little thing called love Is all that we need now This little thing called love Will stop the water if we drown No matter if we're stolen by the shadows And there's darkness all around This little thing called love's all we need now This little thing called love Is all that we need now
  2. Hi @admin

    I was looking for that post of what suggestions to give to make this forum more useful, I could not find it. So I am writing here, is it possible to...

    1) React to a personal message? ❤️

    2) Block a member? Sometimes I am very busy and don't want to waste my time reading posts/comments from members with symptons of mental disorders

    Thank you 

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  3. Google rescinded offers for more than 2,000 people who had agreed to work as contractors or temps, The New York Times reported Friday. Last month, CEO Sundar Pichai acknowledged to employees that hiring and investments would slow as the coronavirus pandemic created uncertainty for businesses across industries. Google’s reported decision to rescind offers from contractors and temp workers once again draws attention to a vast portion of the company’s workforce that does not enjoy the same benefits and protections of its full-time employees.
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  4. I started watching Pluto a couple of days ago in my Samsung phone, has good resolution and it is in Spanish 🎉
  5. U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to regulate or shut down social media companies, one day after Twitter Inc. for the first time added a warning to some of his tweets prompting readers to fact-check the president's claims. Trump, without offering any evidence, reiterated his accusations of political bias by such technology platforms, tweeting: "Republicans feel that Social Media Platforms totally silence conservatives voices. We will strongly regulate, or close them down, before we can ever allow this to happen." Read more:
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  6. @admin did the Simpsons explained well? Because I understood it 😆
  7. Australia's western coast is being battered by a huge storm, with strong winds buffeting the main city of Perth. Torrential rains and waves of up to eight metres (26ft) are forecast in some areas. The severe weather is the result of the remnants of tropical cyclone Mangga interacting with a cold front, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. A senior official in the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) said it would be a "once-in-a-decade" storm. Read more:
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  8. ‘Express burials’ raise fears that Nicaragua is hiding a coronavirus tragedy Such “express burials” have become increasingly common in this Central American country, raising suspicions that the authoritarian government is trying to hide the extent of the coronavirus tragedy within its borders. As the virus that causes covid-19 has spread across the globe, Nicaragua has stood out in Latin America for an almost complete lack of restrictions to contain it. The government of President Daniel Ortega has kept offices and schools open. Authorities deny the virus has spread widely; in this nation of 6 million, one of the poorest in the Western Hemisphere, they insist there have been only 25 cases and eight deaths. Sixty-seven doctors or other health-care workers have been infected with the coronavirus, according to the independent Nicaraguan Medical Unit. It bases its count on symptoms and lung X-rays, because tests are scarce and controlled by the government. Around 90 patients with severe respiratory disease were being treated Friday at the Hospital España in the western city of Chinandega, where Maltez died, according to hospital officials who spoke to The Washington Post on the condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal. Doctors there suspect most are covid-19 cases. Among those who are believed to have been infected recently are top hospital officials, radiologists, internists and nurses. The government doesn’t recognize any of those infections as covid-19. It did not respond to several requests for comment. “The hospitals are overwhelmed, the health system is maxxed out,” said Taki Moreno, president of the Pulmonologists’ Association. Read full article:
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  10. Dermatologists around the world are gathering data on what may be largely overlooked symptoms of COVID-19: skin conditions ranging from rashes to “pseudo-frostbite.” Many viral illnesses—including chickenpox, measles and mononucleosis—are accompanied by telltale skin rashes, often a result of the body’s heightened inflammatory response while fighting off infection. Though more research is needed, a growing number of case reports and preliminary studies suggest SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can also affect the skin. In late March, an Italian physician submitted a letter to the editor of the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, describing skin conditions that affected about 20% of 88 COVID-19 patients analyzed in the Lombardy region of Italy. Most of them developed a red rash on their torsos, while a few suffered hives or blisters resembling chickenpox. Then, in early April, a dermatology organization representing more than 400 French dermatologists issued a statement noting that among probable COVID-19 patients they had seen skin symptoms including hives, red rashes and frostbite-like lesions on the extremities. And finally, in mid-April, in a letter to the editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, a group of Italian physicians described a chickenpox-like rash as “a rare but specific COVID-19-associated skin manifestation.”
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  11. Gene Deitch, Prolific Animator, Is Dead at 95 In a six-decade career, he created Tom Terrific, revived Tom and Jerry and won an Academy Award for a cartoon based on a Jules Feiffer story Among Mr. Deitch’s earliest jobs while working in Prague was making new “Tom and Jerry” cartoons for MGM. He ran into several obstacles.Credit...Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
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  12. Ball and then-husband and eventual "I Love Lucy" costar Desi Arnaz formed Desilu in 1950. Ball made most of all of the creative choices while Arnaz handled the business. The two worked as partners for years until they divorced in 1960, and Ball purchased Arnaz's share of the company in 1962. Ball was the head of a major studio, and thus one of the most powerful women in Hollywood at the time. When the landmark "The Untouchables" ended its run in 1963, Desilu desperately needed another big hit. Herbert Solow, who was hired to find projects for the studio, brought Ball two proposals: one for Roddenberry's "Star Trek" and another for "Mission: Impossible." It was clear that the "Star Trek" pilot would be expensive to film, but Ball — who actually believed the series was about traveling USO performers — overruled her board of directors and got the pilot produced. The pilot, titled "The Cage," famously flopped. However, NBC pulled an unlikely move and ordered a second pilot, which came to be called "Where No Man Has Gone Before," only retained Leonard Nimoy's Mr. Spock from the first pilot, and became the show it is known as today. Ball agreed to finance this reshoot, again over the preferences of her board of directors.
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  13. Shadows fill an empty heart As love is fading, From all the things that we are But are not saying Can we see beyond the stars And make it to the dawn? Change the colors of the sky And open up to The ways you made me feel alive, The ways I loved you For all the things that never died, To make it through the night, Love will find you What about now? What about today? What if you're making me all that I was meant to be? What if our love never went away? What if it's lost behind words we could never find? Baby, before it's too late, What about now? The sun is breaking in your eyes To start a new day This broken heart can still survive With a touch of your grace Shadows fade into the light I am by your side, Where love will find you What about now? What about today? What if you're making me all that I was meant to be? What if our love had never went away? What if it's lost behind words we could never find? Baby, before it's too late, What about now? Now that we're here, Now that we've come this far, Just hold on There is nothing to fear, For I am right beside you For all my life, I am yours What about now? What about today? What if you're making me all that I was meant to be? What if our love had never went away? What if it's lost behind words we could never find? What about now? What about today? What if you're making me all that I was meant to be? What if our love had never went away? What if it's lost behind words we could never find? Baby, before it's too late, Baby, before it's too late, Baby, before it's too late, What about now?
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      The entire mountain glowing at one point. Wow!


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