The King Of The Surf Guitar Has Died

Dale, whose work included the 1962 hit “Misirlou” that was featured in the film “Pulp Fiction,” died on Saturday night. The popularity of surf music faded in the United States with the advent of rock’s “British Invasion” but Dale would have a career revival that started in the 1990s. He often said he kept performing because he wanted to “die onstage with an explosion of body parts.” But Dale also told interviewers he was on the road because he needed to earn $3,000 a month to pay medical expenses not covered by insurance after bouts with cancer, diabetes and back problems. He said he also liked to inspire people who might be having a tough time. Dale said his fans …

Six positive ways drones can be used

Peter Pugh, 75, was walking home through Titchwell Marshes when the tide came in. He said he attempted to swim to the next field, but was blocked by dense reed beds. Twenty-two hours after he went missing, a police drone recorded footage of Mr Pugh. He was up to his armpits in water. Police said they would have not been able to find him so quickly without the drone, as a helicopter would not have been able to fly so low to the ground. Drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras have also been used by police to find missing people in the US. Image caption New South Wales has invested in drones to help spot sharks and rescue swimmers or …

Duckenfield case ‘breathtakingly unfair’

Football was plagued by hooliganism in the 1970s and 1980s and was a “world away” from today’s game, he said. “It affected how police planned the event and how they would react as matters unfolded.” He said it was “humbling” to be addressing the court “because of the scale of the case and the scale of the loss”. ‘Decade of incompetence’ The barrister told the jury failings at Hillsborough included faulty police radios, poor signage, a reduction in police manpower and stadium structure – none of which was Mr Duckenfield’s fault. He said his client was an “excellent police officer” who less than three weeks to prepare for the game after being promoted. “He was faced with something that no-one …

Woman Almost Dies From Stroke Triggered By Oral Sex

According to a new report from the ransient loss of consciousness (TLOC)” while receiving oral sex from her partner. as a 6 out of 10 on the pain scale, according to the further inspection, the doctors came to believe she had suffered a reflex-mediated syncope (a blackout caused by a sudden lack of blood supply to the brain) that was related to the sexual activity she had enjoyed before the incident, according to A CT scan and a  The researchers said it’s not unheard of for orgasms to cause stroke. “Activities that involve sudden increases in blood pressure and sexual activity is well described as a precipitant,” they write in the case report. “Studies with intra-arterial monitoring during coitus demonstrate …

U-turn over Molly Russell legal aid

He added: “I would like to thank everyone for the many offers of support we have received. This decision is a weight lifted from our family and we now look ahead to a full and fearless inquest into Molly’s death.” His daughter’s case led ministers to demand that online firms do more to remove harmful posts. Instagram to remove graphic self-harm images Regulate social media, MPs urge The coroner overseeing Molly’s inquest has written to Facebook, the owner of Instagram – as well as Pinterest, YouTube and Apple – requesting they hand over all relevant information to the case. Legal Aid guidelines says funding is not automatically granted at inquests except in “exceptional circumstances”. Media playback is unsupported on your …

Air pollution deaths are double previous estimates, finds research

Researchers say dirty air is killing 800,000 people a year in Europe, and urge the phasing out of fossil fuel burning The number of early deaths caused by air pollution is double previous estimates, according to research, meaning toxic air is killing more people than tobacco smoking. The scientists used new data to estimate that nearly 800,000 people die prematurely each year in Europe because of dirty air, and that each life is cut short by an average of more than two years. The health damage caused by air pollution in Europe is higher than the global average. Its dense population and poor air results in exposure that is among the highest in the world. The new research, Graph of …

ASMR: ‘It helps people, it’s not sexual’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionLauren’s attempts to create brain tingles has attracted 125,000 subscribers In Lauren’s most popular ASMR video she “role-plays” a hairdresser, inviting the viewer to relax as she pretends to trim their beard. “If you are a girl, it is OK to imagine you have a big beard,” she says. Why would a video of someone acting out cutting an imaginary beard be watched 700,000 times? Lauren, whose YouTube channel is called Scottish Murmurs, says it is because of the up-close personal attention she gives and the sounds she creates such as the click of the scissors or the squelch of the shaving cream. This brain tingle sensation is the hallmark of ASMR …

More than 12,000 cases of Pillsbury flour recalled over salmonella concerns

(CNN)Hometown Food Company issued a voluntary recall for select Pillsbury Unbleached All Purpose Flour products, amid concerns they may be contaminated with salmonella, the US Department of Agriculture said. And this is why you shouldn’t eat raw flour The US Food and Drug Administration used this recall as an opportunity to remind consumers to “never eat raw dough when making cookies, etc.” adding that flour may contain bacteria that could cause disease. Back in 2016, the agency, along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention investigated an outbreak during which dozens of people were sickened by a strain of bacteria called Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O121. The investigation found rough dough that was handled or eaten by some of …

Kentucky just passed a major abortion ban. Here’s how that could affect you.

Kentucky Legislature just became one more in a growing line of states to pass a strict abortion ban. Last night, the Kentucky state House passed a bill that would ban abortions after six weeks, otherwise known as a “heartbeat bill.” What that means is any medical practitioner offering abortions would first have to check for a heartbeat, and if one is detected, they would not be legally allowed to perform an abortion. As of now, there are only a few exceptions to the ban, for example, if the mother’s life is in danger, but if someone is seeking an abortion because of a fetal diagnosis, the ban would stand. The bill has now been sent to the Republican Governor Matt …

Britney Spears Is Ready ‘To Take Control Of Her Life Again’ More Than 10 Years After Breakdown! – Perez Hilton

Leave Britney Spears alone… because she is doing well more than 10 years after her highly-publicized breakdown. Back in January 2008, after the singer refused to relinquish custody of her sons — Preston, now 13, and Jayden, now 12 — to ex Kevin Federline‘s representatives, police arrived at her house and said she appeared to be under the influence of an unidentified substance. After she was hospitalized, she was committed to the psychiatric ward of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, and put on a 5150 involuntary psychiatric hold. Federline was given sole physical and legal custody of their children, and her father, Jamie Spears, and attorney, Andrew Wallet, became in charge of her legal conservatorship. According to an Us Weekly source on Thursday, the now-37-year-old …

From the grime MC to the model: five men on what masculinity means to them

Musician D Double E, broadcaster Jon Snow, reality star Jack Fowler and others reveal the influences that shaped them My dads given me everything from my calmness to facial expressions: Double E, 39, musician In my head, Im not masculine because Im not big, and Im not physically strong. But Im powerful as a man in my own way because I know what I want and I know how I want to be. Im a lot like my dad, I dress like my dad, we walk the same, I think hes given me everything from my calmness to facial expressions. He was everything I am, just not an artist. He was famous in the end, had the deepest swagger, 20 …

Bernie Sanders Tests An Updated Pitch In Once-Hostile Territory

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. ― When Sen. (I-Vt.) traveled to South Carolina for the first time as a 2020 presidential candidate on Thursday,  in the state’s Democratic presidential primary three years earlier seemed like a distant memory. Mounting the stage in the gymnasium of a Baptist church to the Doobie Brothers’ “Taking It To The Streets,” Sanders received the kind of fawning reception to which he has become accustomed in larger and more liberal American cities. The crowd, 1,600 strong, according to Sanders’ campaign, welcomed him with chants of “Ber-nie” and roars of support that initially made it hard for him to complete his sentences. “Thank you for being part of a campaign which is not only going to win the …

“Smart” pills are here and we need to consider the risks

(CNN)In the new Broadway musical “Be More Chill,” the main character is a bullied teenager who doesn’t fit in with the popular kids at his high school. The play purports to be science fiction. But is it? Sign up for our new newsletter. Join us on Twitter and Facebook Ultimately, in “Be More Chill,” the lead character decides that the drug poses more risks than benefits. Acknowledging the clashing teenage impulses in his head, he sings, “They scream and shout. I tune them out, then make up my own mind.” It won’t be long before many of us will have to make up our minds about these smart pills as well. Hearing these concerns in harmony and rhyme can raise …

Ive Been Suffering From DPDR For Over 3 Years Now, And I Want People To Know What Its Like (10 Comics)

Hi fella… My name is Lulu, I am from Switzerland and I am turning 26 this year. I’ve been suffering from DPDR (depersonalization/derealisation disorder) since a little over 3 years. I was diagnosed around 2 years ago. DPDR is not very well known because it’s a weird and hard to describe mental disorder and people often suffer in silence. DPDR can be a diagnosis on its own but in often cases it‘s also a symptom of another mental disorder such as anxiety, dissociative disorders, etc… It‘s often caused by smoking weed, trauma and other things. For me, DPDR is a 24/7 thing. For the first year, I suffered in silence and was unable to do anything. I could not describe …

Former Sen. Birch Bayh, Champion Of Title IX Federal Law, Dies

Now, women make up more than half of those receiving bachelor’s and graduate degrees and more than 3 million high school girls — one in two — play sports. “There was a soccer field I used to jog around,” he said in a 2002 interview. “One day, all of a sudden, I realized that half of the players were little girls and half of them were little boys. I realized then that that was, in part, because of Title IX.” But it was his work to pass the landmark Title IX law that helped solidify his legacy before his death Thursday at age 91. “You simply cannot look at the evolution of equality in our nation without acknowledging the contributions …

Here Are 30 Photos Of Objects Cut In Half That Reveal The Unseen Side Of Things

If you were one of those hands-on children, who would cut in half their new toys just to see what’s inside – this list is for you. Bored Panda already did a #2 Cut banana tree trunks Interestingly, the banana tree is not even a tree per se as the stem does not contain true woody tissue. It is actually a big herbaceous plant with leaves rolled up one over another. The tender core of the banana stems (the so-called banana tree trunk) is widely used in South and Southeast Asian cuisines and the local people there consider the trunk to be a nutritious vegetable. #4 Adding machine An essential part of almost every office up until the 1970s, an …