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Will Smith says he's been called the N-word to his face '5 or 6 times' — but never 'by a smart person'
Will Smith says he's been called the N-word to his face — but never by anyone intelligent.
I lost my job at 55 and started my own successful business. I now constantly get texts from friends and former coworkers asking how I did it. What do I do?
‘I liken these friends and former colleagues to the kids at school who march right to the head of the lunch line to get their food, without waiting in line like the rest of us.’
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Heather claims her boyfriend, Collin, has “rules” for their relationship and says she’s tired of him trying to control her. She admits that Collin has put his hands on her, pushed her, and once bit her on the face, but says, “I don’t like to say he’s an abuser. I don’t look at him as an abuser.” “When we’re talking about an abusive relationship – you are in an abusive relationship,” says Dr. Phil’s wife, Robin McGraw, to Heather in the video above. Robin is the founder and CEO of When Georgia Smiled, The Robin McGraw and Dr. Phil Foundation, which supports organizations and programs that build awareness, offer solutions, and address the needs of children and families to live healthy, safe, and joy-filled lives free of domestic violence and sexual assault. And later, when Dr. Phil advises Heather that she’s in danger, does she take his advice to leave her relationship? Watch more from Wednesday’s conclusion of this two-part Dr. Phil, “Toxic Love: Will Heather Leave Collin? Check your local listing. WATCH: ‘This Is A Dangerous Relationship For You,’ Dr. Phil Warns Man Who Admits To Putting Hands On His Girlfriend TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: At your final breaking point?
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North Carolina mocked after prioritising anyone who has smoked 100 cigarettes in their lifetime for a vaccine
North Carolina is offering priority vaccination to anyone who has smoked 'at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime'. The roll-out plan, announced on Tuesday, was mocked online as residents claimed they would immediately chain-smoke their way to the top of the queue. Governor Roy Cooper, a Democrat, said that all frontline essential workers can have their vaccine now while giving three weeks' notice for those who are obese, in jail, pregnant, homeless - or who have smoked just five packets of cigarettes in their life. The cohort including smokers will be called forwards on March 24, and is designed to include adults at higher risk of virus exposure or who are at an increased risk of having a severe illness Smokers are defined as “current or former” having “smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime.”