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image by Márcio Sequesseque (@sekas_seka) with caption : "17/365 ''Se O Passado Não Tivesse Asas'', por Pepetela. (2016) (l) 
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17/365 ''Se O Passado Não Tivesse Asas'', por Pepetela. (2016) (l) #elites

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We all have to get a sweet revenge sometimes. 🔥💀

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@sirpennypacker ・・・ — More than 200 Carrier employees will lose their jobs this week, the company announced. - The 215 employees will leave the manufacturer in its final round of layoffs at the Indianapolis facility. - Carrier said in a statement the layoffs are part of the company's plan to "relocate fan coil manufacturing production lines," which are moving to a facility in Mexico, according to a reporter from the IndyStar. - "Following the transition, Carrier's Indianapolis operations will employ approximately 1,100 people," the statement said. - President Trump - who promised to revamp the manufacturing sector on the campaign trail and in the Oval Office - said in November 2016 he reached an agreement with the corporation to preserve about 1,000 jobs at the Indianapolis plant. - That deal came after Carrier said it would close its facility in Indianapolis and move operations to Mexico, eliminating 1,400 jobs. - In a statement in November year regarding its final round of layoffs, the company said it continues to "actively engage with our workers and the community to provide impacted employees with resources to make a smooth transition, including education, training and an opportunity for employment across UTC's manufacturing operations." - The date of the final rounds of layoffs was initially planned for December, but was delayed until this month. - Last July the company laid off 300 workers at the Indianapolis factory. - "This week, approximately 300 employees will leave Carrier as part of the previously announced plan to relocate fan coil manufacturing production lines," Carrier said in a statement in July. — #elites

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Connor Fields BTB feed to Troy Reh for a @ualbanymlax goal earlier today during their win over Canisius 💘 Follow @lacrosse_gram_ for more 😉 Comment below if You like this 💕 😝 credit @lacrossefilmroom 💘 Tag your friends 👇 #elites

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image by Sir Pennypacker (@sirpennypacker) with caption : "#winning — WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on investigations into Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia (all times local)" - 1694400801031344496
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— WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on investigations into Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia (all times local): - Steve Bannon’s attorney relayed questions, in real time, to the White House during a House Intelligence Committee interview of the former Trump chief strategist. - That’s according to people familiar with the closed-door session who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly. - During the day-long interview Tuesday, Bannon’s attorney Bill Burck was asking the White House counsel’s office by phone whether his client could answer the questions. He was told by that office not to discuss his work on the transition or in the White House. - It’s unclear who Burck communicated with or whether it was top White House lawyer Don McGahn. Burk is also representing McGahn in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia. - Steven Bannon, a former aide to US President Donald Trump, arrived to testify before the House Intelligence Committee in a closed session on Tuesday. (Jan. 16) - Former White House strategist Steve Bannon has received a grand jury subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller as part of the investigation into Russian election interference and possible ties to President Donald Trump’s campaign. - Word about the subpoena comes from a person familiar with Bannon’s closed-door interview with the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday. - This person wasn’t authorized to publicly discuss Bannon’s interactions with Mueller and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. - The New York Times first reported the grand jury subpoena. - Bannon refused to answer questions from the House committee about his time on the Trump presidential transition team and in the White House. - A top Democrat has said the White House imposed a “gag order” on Bannon. — #elites

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image by Sir Pennypacker (@sirpennypacker) with caption : "#porn #winning — "[The sex] was textbook generic," Clifford said. "I actually don't even know why I did it, but I do rem" - 1694398555535286007
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— "[The sex] was textbook generic," Clifford said. "I actually don't even know why I did it, but I do remember while we were having sex, I was like, 'Please, don't try to pay me.' " - A former adult film star in the past claimed that President Trump had sex with her in 2006, when he was married to first lady Melania Trump. - In Touch published an interview Wednesday it conducted in 2011 with Stephanie Clifford, known in the porn industry as Stormy Daniels. In the interview, Clifford talks about a sexual encounter she says she had with Trump in 2006. - Clifford told the publication in 2011 that after the encounter, Trump kept saying: " 'I'm gonna call you, I'm gonna call you. I have to see you again. You're amazing. We have to get you on The Apprentice.'" The Wall Street Journal reported last week that Trump arranged a six-figure payment to Clifford to keep her from discussing a sexual encounter with Trump. - According to the report, Michael Cohen, an attorney for the Trump Organization at the time and now Trump's personal lawyer, arranged for Clifford to receive $130,000 as part of a nondisclosure agreement one month before the 2016 presidential election. - Clifford privately told sources interviewed by the Journal that she and Trump had a consensual sexual encounter in 2006, the year after he and Melania Trump were married. - A White House official declined to comment to the Journal about the payment, but said that the allegations of the interaction between Trump and Clifford were "old, recycled reports, which were published and strongly denied prior to the election." - Cohen told the Journal in a statement that Trump "once again vehemently denies" the encounter. He did not comment on the alleged $130,000 payment. - "This is now the second time that you are raising outlandish allegations against my client," Cohen said in the statement. "You have attempted to perpetuate this false narrative for over a year; a narrative that has been consistently denied by all parties since at least 2011." — #elites

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🔊PART 1-2 — Metro Detroit immigrant deported to Mexico after 30 years in US - After 30 years in Detroit, Jorge Garcia said goodbye to his family as he complied with a deportation order back to Mexico on Monday morning. - Garcia cried as he held each heartbroken family member at Detroit Metropolitan airport, as onlookers stood nearby with signs reading "stop separating families." - The 39-year-old was brought to the United States by an undocumented family member when he was 10 years old - just two years too old to qualify for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, reports Michigan United. - He has been facing an order of removal since 2009, but the Obama Administration granted him stays. Now that they Trump Administration is cracking down on illegal immigrants, he was ordered to be deported back to Mexico. - They say Garcia's wife, Cindy, was told he wouldn't be able to return to Detroit for 10 years, but they are working to bring him back to Detroit faster. His supporters say he has no criminal record. Garcia leaves behind his wife and two children, who are U.S. citizens. — #elites @maricruzrodriguez691

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— Cat photos are popular on social media, as are pics of birthing moms. - So it’s no wonder Lucy Schultz managed the Reese’s peanut butter cup version of going viral when she managed to combine the two favorite things into a bizarrely beautiful birth announcement. - ELIZABETH WOODS-DARBY The Denver-based photographer recently adopted a kitten and decided to announce the new member of her family in a manner similar to moms of human infants. - In some photos, Schultz looks as if she’s giving birth to the kitten, who hasn’t been named. - Others show her and her boyfriend, Steven, with the rapturous glow of first-time parents. - Schultz posted the feline photo shoot on Facebook on Friday, and the pictures have been shared more than 73,000 times since then. - Nearly 40,000 people have commented on the pics, saying everything from “the only kind of baby pictures I like” to griping that the photos are “distasteful, disturbing and creepy.” - That polarizing reaction is kind of what Schultz was going for, but she also wanted to announce her new status as a cat lady. - “So I’ve been thinking of this idea for a while because I’m totally a crazy cat lady who didn’t have any cats,” Schultz told Denver TV station KUSA. “So, I decided as soon as I got a cat, it’s a big milestone for me and sort of like the hallmark of me settling down and starting my menagerie of future cats, and so the first one is pretty special.” - The lucky kitty is a 5-month-old orange-and-white male she found at an animal rescue center. - As the Facebook post below notes, the cat is 22 inches long and weighs 6 pounds and 7 ounces. - “A year ago, I was so excited for the day I’d get to have my own cat that I told my friend Elizabeth I was thinking of doing a baby/kitten announcement after I adopted,” Schultz told Yahoo Lifestyle. - Woods-Darby was equally enthusiastic. — #elites @sully_willis

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@Regranned from @sirpennypacker - —I guess obama enjoys a good heel 🤷🏻‍♂️ — Donald Trump and his doctor claim he’s 6-foot-3, but his New York driver’s license says he’s actually an inch shorter. - A copy of Trump’s license, obtained by POLITICO through an open-records request, lists the president-elect at 6-foot-2. - It may just be an inch, but size apparently matters to Trump. A letter that the businessman candidate displayed this summer from his longtime gastroenterologist — while appearing on the Dr. Oz show — stated he was 6-foot-3, though media reports were quick to point out discrepancies. - Slate, for example, posited that Trump was adding an inch to his height to avoid crossing into obesity territory — he also weighed 236 pounds — on the BMI index. That Slate article pointed to multiple media that pegged Trump as 6-foot-2, including Google, though the search engine now has Trump at 6-foot-3. - A special edition of Time published earlier this year profiling Trump also listed him at 6-foot-3 while noting “it irritates him that so many media outlets say 6-foot-2.” - The Trump transition did not respond to a request for comment about the height listed on his driver’s license, which was issued May 3, 2012, and expires on June 14, 2020: his 74th birthday and just less than five months before the next presidential election. His license is a Class D permit, the most common one for the state’s drivers, and comes with no additional safety restrictions. - The license was released to POLITICO by the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control through an open-records request related to the central Virginia winery that’s owned by Trump and run by his son Eric. — #elites -