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    Yahoo Life

    Woman posts photos of herself in bikini and engineering uniform to show ‘girls can do both’

    Caitlin Sarian felt the need to respond to a post comparing Kendall Jenner and Alyssa Carson, but didn't expect the response.

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    The Week

    Papa John's founder says he's been working to get the N-word out of his vocabulary for the 'last 20 months'

    The former CEO of Papa John's is assuring the public he's been working on not using racist language, an effort that has apparently been ongoing for nearly two years. John Schnatter, the Papa John's founder who in 2018 stepped down as chairman after admitting he used the N-word during a conference call, told One America News Network the pizza chain's board has painted him "as a racist" when "they know he's not a racist," per Mediaite. From there, Schnatter described his "goals," evidently including no longer saying racial slurs. "We've had three goals for the last 20 months," Schnatter said. "To get rid of this N-word in my vocabulary and dictionary and everything else, because it's just not true, figure out how they did this, and get on with my life." The former pizza boss also told OANN he "used to lay in bed" after his ouster wondering "how did they do this," and he called on Papa John's to come out and declare that it "didn't follow proper due diligence" and that he actually "has no history of racism." Schnatter stepped down as Papa John's chair after Forbes reported that he "used the N-word on a conference call" that had been "designed as a role-playing exercise for Schnatter in an effort to prevent future public-relations snafus." He apologized at the time, saying "racism has no place in our society." Shortly after, though, Schnatter said he resigned because the board asked him to "without apparently doing any investigation" and that he now regrets doing so. Later, Schnatter would vow that a "day of reckoning" would come in a bizarre 2019 interview, in which he also famously declared he's eaten "over 40 pizzas in the last 30 days." Update: In a statement on Monday, Schnatter said he has been seeking to eliminate "false perceptions in the media" and that "on OANN, I tried to say, 'Get rid of this n-word in (the) vocabulary and dictionary (of the news media), and everything else because it's just not true,' – reflecting my commitment to correct the false and malicious reporting by the news media about the conference call." Papa John’s ex-CEO says he’s been working for the last 20 months “to get rid of this N-word in my vocabulary” (h/t @mount_bees) pic.twitter.com/8heITnJJxA — philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) March 8, 2021 More stories from theweek.comWhy worrisome coronavirus mutations may soon hit their limitBritain's tabloids, vilified by Harry and Meghan, are all agog over the 'devastating' Oprah interview7 spondiferously funny cartoons about the Dr. Seuss controversy

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  • Entertainment
    The Wrap

    ‘The Boys’ Showrunner Reveals Season 3’s ‘GalGear by Vought’ Guns for Karens (Photos)

    As all fans of “The Boys” know, girls get it done. But in Season 3, Amazon Prime Video’s satirical superhero series is going to take that snappy phrase to a new, terrifying level. On Saturday, “The Boys” showrunner Eric Kripke tweeted three pictures teasing Season 3 — which recently went into production in Toronto, Canada — and its new in-universe line of lady-themed firearms, “GalGear.” The weapons are made by Vought, the multi-billion dollar conglomerative that founded the Supes of the Seven. One of the photos Kripke shared is an ad for the fake product, featuring a white woman with a blonde bob named Linda Lockett — a stereotypical “Karen,” as this kind of person is sometimes referred to (and definitely was in the comments section of Kripke’s tweets) — holding a black shotgun. The ad for “GalGear by Vought” includes this quote from Lockett, “I love protecting my family!” Also Read: Everything We Know About 'The Boys' Season 3 - So Far A second picture shared by the showrunner was of a banner ad depicting a young girl holding a firearm next to the slogan, “Girls just want to have guns!” The third photo Kripke tweet was a close-up shot of one of these “GalGear by Vought” guns with pink detailing. Does this mean that Vought, after going through congressional hearings in “The Boys” Season 2 and backlash over the reveal it has used Compound V to create superheroes, is finding new ways to win over/make money off the American public in Season 3? Probably. Of course, we actually know very little about what’s going on in Season 3 of “The Boys” right now, though Kripke previously gave TheWrap a few hints about where things are headed for both Homelander (Antony Starr) and his Supes, and Butcher (Karl Urban) and The Boys, which you can read here. Also Read: 'The Boys' Season 3 Will Feature Long-Awaited 'Herogasm' Episode “The Boys” stars Urban, Starr, Jack Quaid, Laz Alonso, Tomer Capon, Karen Fukuhara, Erin Moriarty, Dominique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Chace Crawford and Nathan Mitchell. Jensen Ackles is joining the cast for Season 3. See Kripke’s tweets below. #sponsored #ad #GalGearByVought #TheBoys #TheBoysTV @TheBoysTV @PrimeVideo @SPTV #SPNFamily pic.twitter.com/Cu5cnbtU03 — Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) March 7, 2021 pic.twitter.com/wOvp8prfnu — Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) March 7, 2021 var _bp = _bp||[]; _bp.push({ "div": "Brid__1", "obj": {"id":"21259","stats":{"wp":1},"title":"The Boys Producers DreamCast 90s Version With Saved by the Bell Stars ","video":"689605","width":"640","height":"360"}}); Read original story ‘The Boys’ Showrunner Reveals Season 3’s ‘GalGear by Vought’ Guns for Karens (Photos) At TheWrap

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    In The Know

    Chipotle customer sparks chaos with ‘dangerous’ burrito order: ‘Doesn’t even look edible’

    A TikTok user is going viral after ordering what might be Chipotle’s biggest burrito ever.

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  • U.S.
    Miami Herald

    Accused child killer Barahona ‘jumped,’ beaten by fellow inmates in Miami jail

    Five jail inmates beat up notorious accused child killer Jorge Barahona at the Miami-Dade jail because “of the nature of his pending charges,” according to a newly released police report.

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    Yahoo Life

    Sharon Stone stuns in black bustier ahead of her 63rd birthday: 'Va va voom'

    The actress, who turns 63 on March 10, soaks up the sun in her sultry shoot.

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  • Celebrity
    Yahoo Celebrity

    George Clooney says meeting Amal instantly changed his mind about marriage: 'She took my breath away'

    George Clooney says no one was as surprised as he was when he married Amal in 2014.

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