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Month: October 2020 (page 1 of 9)

YouTuber attacked by flying cheese fondue in spectacular viral video

YouTuber attacked by flying cheese fondue in spectacular viral video

YouTuber Tasty Hoon has gone viral with his latest mukbang video, in which his attempt at a cheese fondue went incredibly, hilariously wrong. At least it still seemed to taste good.

In the eight-minute clip uploaded on Wednesday and shared over 42,000 times on Twitter, the South Korean YouTuber prepared to enjoy a delicious-looking meal of fried chicken and cheese. It’s a common food combination, and many YouTubers before him have pulled it off without incident.

Tasty Hoon’s downfall, however, was that he attempted to liven up his video by putting the cheese in a fountain. It sounds like an inspired idea — cheese fondue fountains are absolutely a thing, and it would add an interesting visual element to his mise en scene. Unfortunately his cheese wasn’t quite liquid enough, and the situation quickly got messy. Read more…

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Thousands flock to Halloween parade in Wuhan, China

Halloween revelers flocked to an amusement park in Wuhan, China, to celebrate the spooky holiday less than a year after the deadly coronavirus began infecting people in the city before spreading across the globe.
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Charlize Theron Got The Makeover Of A Lifetime From Her Daughter, And We’re Here For It

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‘He’s gone full Hodor’: Seth Meyers roasts Trump for whining about COVID still being a thing

'He's gone full Hodor': Seth Meyers roasts Trump for whining about COVID still being a thing

“Trump is once again trying to warp reality,” said Seth Meyers in Wednesday night’s A Closer Look segment. “Thirty-seven states are seeing spikes in coronavirus cases, which are up 39 percent across the country. We’re seeing new records for daily cases, deaths are up 13 percent, hospitals in hotspots are overwhelmed — like in El Paso, where there’s been a 300 percent increase in hospitalization since the start of October. But the president has been insisting that despite what you can see with your own eyes, everything is fine. And he’s been whining that the media won’t stop talking about the deadly virus killing hundreds of Americans every day.” Read more…

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Protesters clash with DC police for second night over fatal moped crash

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17 Plants That Faked Their Own Deaths For Attention

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Jimmy Kimmel fact-checks Trump’s ’rounding the corner’ COVID claim in bleak supercut

Jimmy Kimmel fact-checks Trump's 'rounding the corner' COVID claim in bleak supercut

The U.S. set a new daily record for coronavirus cases last week, and is now in a third wave of infections. There have been over 8.5 million confirmed infections in America and over 223,000 deaths, with the death toll expected to more than double by March next year. 

Yet President Donald Trump apparently believes things are looking up, opting to completely ignore the overwhelming evidence to the contrary. 

“Even though the virus is on the rise in almost every state and all over the world, fear not, because the president says we’re ’rounding the corner’,” said Jimmy Kimmel sarcastically on Tuesday night. Read more…

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Looters in Philadelphia ransack stores, beat reporter during second night of chaos

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People Are Sharing The Time Their Friend Accidentally Turned Them On (And I Have Questions)

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This stacked cybersecurity bundle includes 22 online courses for under £50

This stacked cybersecurity bundle includes 22 online courses for under £50

TL;DR: The Complete InfoSec & Business Continuity Bundle is on sale for £45.22 as of Oct. 27, saving you 99% on list price.


The internet is a scary place. Now that people spend more time online than ever, the world wide web has become even more dangerous. Cybercrime is alarmingly rampant, costing companies billions and compromising the privacy of millions of individuals. It is not surprising that organisations of all sizes are tripping over themselves to hire cybersecurity experts to protect their networks from digital threats.

If you want to take advantage of this demand and explore a career in cybersecurity, the Complete 2020 Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking Bundle offers training in practically every corner of the industry. Boasting 22 courses put together by iCollege, this bundle will arm you with essential skills and prep you to earn the certifications you need to find success in the IT industry. Read more…

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