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Talk about instant karma. A Georgia waitress was applauded for her actions after security footage from her restaurant captured her immediately taking down a male customer who groped her from behind. Emelia Holden, 21, a server at Vinnie Van Go-Go’s in Savannah, was putting menus away on June 30 after taking a customer's order. In the security footage, a male customer, walking behind her, reaches out and gropes her as he passes by. Holden immediately turns around and grabs him by his t-shirt collar before wrapping her arm around his neck and slamming him against the wall. Holden then appeared to point her finger at him and reprimand him. Video of the incident was posted on Reddit this week where
Russia's new hypersonic missiles were reportedly leaked to Western spies - and the Kremlin is furious
Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) suspects that plans for two of its new, game-changing hypersonic missiles have been leaked to Western spies - and heads are sure to roll as an angry Kremlin investigates the leaks. Russia's Ministry of Defense released on Thursday new footage of two of its most revolutionary weapons systems, a hypersonic Kh-47M2 "Kinzhal" nuclear-capable, anti-surface missile, and the Avangard, a maneuverable ballistic missile reentry vehicle specifically made to outfox the US missile defenses arrayed around Europe. The FSB now suspects these same systems, both of which cope with the challenges of flight at around ten times the speed of sound, have been leaked to the West.
Here's what Shaquille O'Neal did with his first check - and his advice for young people 4:01 PM ET Fri, 6 July 2018 | 01:00 Care about your future. This is more critical than most people realize: You need to care about what happens to your future self. Yes, we all want to be “successful,” but what does that mean? Do you actively want to retire early, or are you content with working through the traditional lifespan of a typical worker in our society? In 20 years, do you see yourself living in the same house? Working the same job? Driving the same car? What will change? For the record, it’s okay if you have no interest in retiring early. But knowing exactly what you want out of life - whatever
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LiAngelo Ball, the NBA hopeful who once said he wouldn’t play in his dad’s Junior Basketball Association because it’d be a “step back” for his career, started his second career JBA game Thursday and wouldn’t stop shooting the ball. LiAngelo Ball played 48 minutes and took 54 shots, finishing the game with 48 points. Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott was in attendance at the Curtis Culwell Center and watched from courtside. LiAngelo, who had a 53-point triple-double in his JBA debut, wasn’t exactly efficient offensively. He took 24 threes and made five, shooting 20.4 percent beyond the arc, and he wasn’t much better at shorter ranges. He was 19 for 54 shooting for the game, and nearly posted another
When it comes to taking down Trump on Twitter, Stephen King regularly employs his full bag of writer's tricks to make sure the task is carried out as efficiently as possible. Sometimes, though, all he needs is a well-placed quote. SEE ALSO: J.K. Rowling and Stephen King join forces to troll Donald Trump Following Trump and Putin's summit in Helsinki earlier this week, the horror master took to Twitter to quote George Orwell. That quote is from the end of Orwell's Animal Farm. An explanation of the quote can be found here, but essentially it refers to the idea that the pigs have become just as bad as the humans - the idea of new tyrants replacing old tyrants and becoming interchangeable. Orwell
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Archaeologists opened a mysterious black sarcophagus found in Egypt - and they discovered a gruesome scene
Egyptian archaeologists on Thursday pried open a mysterious 30-ton black sarcophagus and found three skeletons, including one that had suffered a blow to the skull. Legends abounded about the sarcophagus, which construction workers found earlier this month more than 16 feet below ground in a residential area of Alexandria. Some observers thought it might contain the corpse of Alexander the Great, as the sarcophagus dates back to the early Ptolemaic period (about 323 BC), which began after his death. Despite warnings of an ancient curse to those who would open the 2,000-year-old sarcophagus, archaeologists went ahead on Thursday, enlisting the help of Egyptian military engineers. "The sarcophagus