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Job applicant outs boss for calling her ‘not that cute’ in accidental email 
 

A Michigan woman was shocked after accidentally receiving a hurtful message from her prospective employer, in which he described her as “not that cute.” A now-viral video detailing the incendiary application review — posted Thursday on TikTok — has amassed more than 1.3 million views on the streaming platform as of Friday morning.

Job applicant outs boss for calling her ‘not that cute’ in accidental email

I Was On A Perfect Date Until His Comment About My Face Caused Everything To Unravel

Tarek El Moussa Reportedly Verbally Assaulted Ex-Wife Christina Haack on HGTV Show Set

WOMAN IN CROP TOP LEFT IN TEARS AFTER BEING ‘SHAMED’ BY ALASKA AIRLINES ATTENDANT

Woman slams auto shop after employee allegedly kicked her out over her 'inappropriate' top

Critics said Eric Stonestreet looks ‘too old’ for his fiancée, so he ‘fixed it’

Woman calls out her boyfriend on TikTok after finding a video of him MOCKING her breakfast

Tags: Apology, Beauty, Celebration, Celebrity, Choices, Criticism, Dating, Employment, Etiquette, Food, Freedom, Mental Health, Murder, Preference, Rejection, Relationships, Service, Travel, Truth, Video

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11-Sep-2021


Gay couple nearly killed by man shouting “fa***ts.” But he wasn’t charged with a hate crime. 

 

Harvey Mullin Price was convicted this month on seven charges related to attempting to shoot and kill a gay couple. Price is still free on bail, and the couple is still in fear of their lives.

Avery was Price’s brother-in-law, until Avery and his then-wife divorced after he came out.

When Price found out, he vowed to punish Avery and then his new partner, Neal. When he found out that the couple was staying at a cabin built by Avery while he was still married to Price’s sister, Price made clear his intentions.

“He told me straight up that he would make sure that if I ever entered Hatchet Cove again that he was going to kill me,” Avery told CBC News three years ago.

Gay couple nearly killed by man shouting “fa***ts.” But he wasn’t charged with a hate crime.

Tags: Americans, Argument, Cheating, Choices, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Gay, Hate, Judgment, Truth

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29-Jan-2021


Former Participants On Home Makeover Shows Are Revealing What Their Houses Look Like Now, And It's Shocking 

 

Everyone loves a good home renovation show...but have you ever wondered what happens to those families after the credits roll? Do those houses that were miraculously constructed overnight actually last, or do they immediately fall apart when the camera crew leaves?

Friends were on a show a few years ago. It was a super intense three weeks of filming and the redesign looked great on camera. In reality, it was literally things stuck together with staples and tape. After the show, my friend took two weeks off work to rebuild everything properly.

My countertop company was hired to fix cabinets and countertops for a house after a Property Brothers episode. Like I’ve seen others comment, the show filmed around all the problem areas so on the episode it looked great. The homeowners were livid after the show just picked up and left and we were stuck dealing with them. Not a fun few weeks.

I work for one of the construction companies that was contracted to build the new house on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. This was like 10+ years ago when the show was at the height of its popularity. Anyways, it was a huge nice house built for a widowed mother with several kids (father had recently died, hence why she was on the show...). Even though the house was "given" to her, she couldn't afford it after a year or so (property tax, electricity, water, upkeep, etc...) and put it on the market. Simply owning a home of that size is very expensive and she couldn't afford it.

Former Participants On Home Makeover Shows Are Revealing What Their Houses Look Like Now, And It's Shocking

Tags: Awareness, Backlash, Exploitation, Fraud, Home, Reckless, Re-tooled, Safety, Treatment, Truth, TV

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30-Nov-2020


Why Lucille Ball’s Daughter Tells Aspiring Actors To Find a Different Profession–’Make Sure You Get a Porno Tape Out There’ 

 

Show business has changed quite a but since I Love Lucy was on the air. Lucille Ball and her daughter, Lucie Arnaz, experienced two very different versions of Hollywood. And as Arnaz reflects on the industry today, she doesn’t like what she sees. That’s why she tells aspiring actors to “change your mind” when they ask her for advice on breaking into show business.

When Arnaz was interviewed by the Television Academy Foundation in 2016, she was asked what advice she had for aspiring actresses. First, she says she’d try to convince them to find a different career.

“I think this business has changed so dramatically. I would not recommend anybody going into it. There are half as many parts as there were when we were growing up,” she said.

Arnaz notes that the rise of reality TV has to do with there being fewer parts for actors.

“There’s all kinds of reality TV now because that’s cheaper for everybody to do. There doesn’t seem to be a difference between a reality star and a star star. So why work so hard? Make sure you get a p*rno tape out there right away. That’ll help,” she said sarcastically. “I mean, as you can see, I’m a little, just–I’m baffled by the business at present.”

Why Lucille Ball’s Daughter Tells Aspiring Actors To Find a Different Profession

Tags: Abuse, Actor, Addiction, Advice, Career, Celebrity, Change, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, History, Hollywood, Humiliation, Misconduct, Misrepresentation, Politics, Safety, Security, Truth

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10-Oct-2020


Why it is Important to Tell the Truth 

 

Truth is something that many of us are taught from a young age. It is always better to tell the truth. This same concept holds true in journalism. In order for a journalist to gain respect,credibility and trust from their audience, they must report the truth. There are ethical guidelines in place for journalists to follow to enable them to gain trust and respect from their audiences.

Why Tell the Truth?

It is important for journalists to tell the truth because the public depends on them. The public depends on journalists everyday for information going on in their town as well as their country. If the public can't trust journalists to give them true news information, then who can they trust? It is the duty of journalists to take the time to gather true information before they report on a story. Once journalists start reporting on things that are not true, their credibility is lost.

Media Ethics

Tags: Journalism, News, Representation, Social Media, Training, Truth

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19-Jul-2020


Truth hurts! People reveal what they REALLY think about their partner's looks in shockingly honest confessions - from a girlfriend who's 'getting fat' to a boyfriend who resembles a corgi 

 

Lovers from across the globe have confessed how they feel about partner's looks

People wrote anonymously on the secrets sharing site Whisper to reveal feelings

One confessed how their girlfriend 'looks like she has gained like 35lbs in a year'

Daily Mail

Tags: Beauty, Perception, Relationships, Truth

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25-May-2020


Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood Is an Insult to the Real-Life Trailblazers It Overwrites 

 

Murphy has repeated in interviews the idea that Hollywood was motivated by the desire to give a happy ending to people who didn’t get one in real life: Hudson, whose homosexuality only became public after he was diagnosed with AIDS in the 1980s; Wong, who died of a heart attack before she could make her planned return to the screen in 1961’s Flower Drum Song; and the progressives of Hollywood itself, which took decades to reach the milestones the series transplants to the 1940s. “When I was growing up, I didn’t have anybody to look at in terms of somebody who was like me,” Murphy explained to one interviewer. He hopes Hollywood begins to right that wrong and demonstrate the power that cultural representation has to change society at large.

The trouble is that Hollywood isn’t making history; it’s rewriting it. And when you rewrite history, you’re never starting with an empty page. The movie that Meg replaces as 1948’s Best Picture winner is Gentleman’s Agreement, an indictment of anti-Semitism that also won the Oscars for director and supporting actress the show gives to its fictional message movie. It feels like an intentional choice; Gentleman’s Agreement was nominated for eight Oscars that year, and another five nominations went to Crossfire, a film noir that also takes anti-Semitism as its subject—an indication that the movie industry of the time was pushing for change, if not the kind Hollywood has in mind.

In Hollywood, the world is already ripe for change, and it’s just looking for a reason to take that last step. When Meg is released, viewers of all races flock to it without hesitation (never mind that in 1947 a good chunk of them would have had to sit in the “colored” section). As a newsreel reporter puts it, “Racial protests of every kind simply melted away as audiences rushed out to see a new kind of motion picture.” Hollywood, the non-italicized entity, has long trafficked in inspirational stories about determined individuals overcoming social injustice—so long, in fact, that it’s bizarre for Hollywood, the series, to suggest that the movie industry was ever categorically resistant to them. But those stories tend to reflect cultural shifts as much as, if not more than, they inspire them, and for Murphy and co. to suggest there’s an ironclad causal relationship between progressive mass entertainment and profound social change is … well, exactly the kind of story the industry has always loved to tell about itself. “I used to believe that good government could change the world,” Eleanor Roosevelt (Harriet Sansom Harris) tells Ace’s top executives during a visit to the studio. “I don’t know that I believe that anymore. However, what you do … can change the world.” When you factor in that the art Hollywood is talking about includes Hollywood itself, the self-congratulation verges on the obscene.

Slate

Tags: Entertainment, History, Truth, TV Gay Swatch

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05-May-2020