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    Things are getting more and more interesting in the world of Fortnite. A lot of it has to do, no doubt, with the tremendous range of new characters that arrive on the platform, each and every one from different universes. Now, a new franchise would be coming to the island. Recently, a rumor began to circulate that the franchise of Tron will come to battle royale … and the evidence indicates that it will. Although it is not known which character will make its appearance, andwe have a good clue that would confirm the entry of this universe Disney original to the video game. Olivia Wilde as Quorra in ‘Tron: Legacy’. Photo: Disney ‘Tron’ would come to Fortnite Throughout 2020 and so far in 2021, we have seen how various characters from different universes and franchises join Fortnite. Towards the end of last December, we were surprised by the...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins’ popularity grew impressively in part thanks to his Fortnite: Battle Royale streams. However, the content creator got tired of the title and even claimed that it was boring. Subsequently, Ninja left the game and explained that he was not happy with the way Epic made adjustments, especially related to the assisted scope, an element that caused a lot of controversy in recent months. Despite all this, the streamer returned to the Battle Royale and occasionally enjoys some games on his streams. It seems that this is about to end, as Ninja recently enraged and criticized a part of the game community. He also stated that he will never play Fortnite on a broadcast again. Use our creator code: LEVELUP_COM Ninja is tired of stream sniping in Fortnite: Battle Royale...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums A couple of years ago, developer and distributor Electronic Arts had made it clear that it had reasons not to port its games to Nintendo Switch. However, the success in the portable platform changed the landscape of the company with respect to this console a bit, as it later revealed that it would offer support with several titles. Well, if you are a fan of Plants vs. Zombies, we have excellent news for you, because at last the shooter series of the franchise will arrive on a Nintendo console. In a financial report from Electronic Arts dating from the middle of last year, the company had mentioned that it would bring 7 of its titles to Nintendo Switch in the next 12 months. Electronic Arts had officially revealed 4, but the other 3 were...
    "Real Time" host Bill Maher returned from his holiday break Friday night and made bold predictions about the potential political aspirations of President Trump.  During a panel discussion, Maher was quick to dismiss his guests' confidence that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky, will ultimately vote to impeach Trump, calling it "bulls---." "Mitch McConnell is playing everyone like a fiddle," Maher insisted. "He's rope-a-doping you. He does this with the media all the time. ... He leaked it out that he might do this. He's never going to do it. He's not going to vote to impeach Donald Trump." "Mitch McConnell is playing everyone like a fiddle. ... He's not going to vote to impeach Donald Trump."— Bill MaherBILL MAHER SAYS ASHLI BABBITT KNEW CALIFORNIA CARED MORE ABOUT 'TOXIC WHITENESS' THAN 'TOXIC BROKENESS' Both of his guests, journalist Katie Couric and radio host Matt Jones, appeared more hopeful that McConnell will pull the impeachment...
    The advance of the coronavirus in this third wave has pushed the autonomous communities to continue increasing restrictions to try to stop in this way the infections that continue to rise, with a cumulative incidence in 14 days of 492.88 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Health insists that complying with regional measures is “the only way to bend the curve” and rules out a possible confinement of the population, despite the demands of some communities, the health sector and experts. We go on to review the main news according to each Autonomous Community. ANDALUSIA In Andalusia, toughening measures are not ruled out and for the moment the curfew has been brought forward at 10 p.m. (it could be an hour earlier) and it is expected that mobility between the provinces of the community will be restricted, which will be closed until 25 January. In addition, it establishes the closure of...
    A nurse in California — a state that is currently seeing a devastating surge in COVID-19 cases and related hospitalizations — who was sickened with the novel coronavirus back in the spring has finally been released from the hospital — eight months later.  Merlin Pambuan, an intensive care unit nurse who has worked at St. Mary Medical Center in Long Beach, Calif., for the past 40 years, was released from the same medical center on Monday after an eight-month battle against the novel coronavirus.  "This is my second life," Pambuan, 66, said, per Reuters. Pambuan suffered severe illnesses shortly after the pandemic hit the state in the spring, requiring sedation, ventilation and a feeding tube at one point.  ARE YOU ALLERGIC TO YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE?  The outlet reported she came close to death many times — doctors discussed end-of-life options with her family at one point — but Pambuan miraculously pulled through, eventually waking and being...
    COMEDIAN Joe Luna, known as "Joe El Cholo," died just days after documenting his experience with coronavirus online. The 38-year-old Los Angeles comedian warned his followers that Covid was "no joke" after battling with the virus as a diabetic double-amputee. 4The 38-year-old shared his experience with the deadly disease on social mediaCredit: Instagram 4Comedian Joe Luna, known as Joe El Cholo, has died from coronavirusCredit: Instagram Joe opened up about living with the deadly disease after his girlfriend and children tested positive for the virus.  In the days running up to his death, Joe shared several messages where he detailed the horrendous symptoms he was experiencing. In one post on November 22, he said: "I’m going to show you guys my journey through my good and bad times because it’s all about showing my people out there, if you think that Covid is a joke, if you think this won’t...
    Conan is ending, plus more of the biggest TV moments of 2020 The Biggest Salary Negotiation Mistakes You’re Making Tom Izzo back at practice after COVID-19 battle: This virus is no joke © Yahoo News After a two week battle with COVID-19, Michigan State coach Tom Izzo returned to practice on Monday — just two days before the Spartans’ season opener on Wednesday.  Izzo was diagnosed with the coronavirus on Nov. 9, and isolated at home while battling mild symptoms.  “While some people who have tested positive have not been affected too much by it, I am here to tell you that this virus is no joke and everyone must take this seriously,” Izzo said in a statement.  “It was hard for me to be away from my team and our players, but I also understood the challenges associated with this virus and the need for me...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — It only took seconds. Video shows three people throwing bricks through the windows at an alderman’s office. And it’s not the first time it’s happened. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports from CPD headquarters and spoke to Chicago Ald. Ray Lopez (15th) about why he’s being attacked. Ald. Ray Lopez (15th) gets back to some routine business, after a day that’s been anything but routine. Hours earlier, three people smashed the front windows of his 47th Street office. It’s the third time it’s happened in the past four months. “But what this tells me is that the gangs are struggling to maintain their grip on this neighborhood. That’s what this tells me,” Lopez said. Lopez said he has no doubt gang members are the vandals in this case. Why now, and again, he isn’t sure. Lopez said it could be retaliation for the arrest of a...
    'My fellow Americans, the people of this nation have spoken. They have delivered us a clear victory. A convincing victory. A victory for 'We the People.' We have won with the most votes ever cast for a presidential ticket in the history of this nation — 74 million. I am humbled by the trust and confidence you have placed in me. I pledge to be a President who seeks not to divide, but to unify. Who doesn't see Red and Blue states, but a United States. And who will work with all my heart to win the confidence of the whole people. For that is what America is about: The people. President-elect Joe Biden addresses the nation from the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware And that is what our Administration will be about. I sought this office to restore the soul of America. To rebuild the backbone of...
    President Donald Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen said on Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Beat” that the president “called the supremacist horde to their battle stations” at the first 2020 presidential debate. Melber said, “Michael, you’ve spoken out about witnessing Donald Trump’s bigotry behind closed doors. You’ve spoken about it. You’ve written about it. So I go to you first. Take a look at this big moment in the debate.” In a video clip from the debate, Trump said, “Proud Boys stand back and stand by. I’ll tell you what. I’ll tell you what. Somebody has to do something about Antifa and the left. This is not a right-wing problem.” Melber said, “Stand by to the Proud Boys when he was asked about white supremacy. Your view of that and what have you seen in your time with him that helps explain that, so people know what they’re voting on...
    Left-wing Hollywood filmmaker Rob Reiner is declaring war on Republicans over who will replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.  He has also accused Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of disrespecting Ginsburg by vowing to give President Trump’s nominee a floor vote in the Senate. The Princess Bride director made the fiery comments in a tweet on Saturday morning. “Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s body isn’t even cold and Mitch McConnell is dancing on her grave,” he said. “This is war. Dems have powerful weapons. Now is the time to use them.” Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s body isn’t even cold and Mitch McConnell is dancing on her grave. This is war. Dems have powerful weapons. Now is the time to use them. — Rob Reiner (@robreiner) September 19, 2020 Sen. McConnell (R-KY) announced shortly after news broke late Friday of Ginsburg’s death that he would ensure President Trump’s choice to succeed the late...
    Stars react to the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg 5 Ways Retirees Can Lower Their Inflation Risk David Ortiz opens up on familys coronavirus battle: Man, this is no joke David Ortiz delivered surprising news while making a brief appearance on NESN’s broadcast of Friday’s Boston Red Sox-New York Yankees game: He recently tested positive for COVID-19. Ortiz, 44, revealed he was asymptomatic and is now clear after a series of negative tests. However, his brother has had a tougher time overcoming the virus after losing 25 pounds and spending a week in the hospital. Here’s what Ortiz had to say: "Man, this is no joke. You don't realize how crazy this is until it hits home" David Ortiz on his experience after him and his brother test positive for COVID-19...#RedSox | https://t.co/sl8J2jXXRR pic.twitter.com/ZmCptkcciq— NESN (@NESN) September 19, 2020 "I just got my last test Thursday, thank God I...
    Coronavirus updates: US submits formal notice it will withdraw from WHO More Than a Trend: Black-Owned Restaurants Still Need Your Support This is not a two-week thing: Phillies Scott Kingery details perilous COVID-19 battle Scott Kingery first felt the symptoms of COVID-19 on June 11.  Click to expand Replay Video UP NEXT Next step for Os: intersquad game After five days of batting practice, workouts and drills it’s finally time for a game... against each other. WMAR Baltimore, MD Minor League players continue practicing despite canceled season While Major League Baseball will be suiting up this season, Minor League Baseball will not due to the pandemic. Thats not stopping a handful of Tampa Bay area players from chasing their big league dreams. WFTS Tampa, FL 2 more Royals players test positive for COVID-19 The Kansas City Royals announced Tuesday that Brad Keller and...
    Fox News host Laura Ingraham spoke in stark and apocalyptic terms about the coming election on Monday night, warning viewers that “more chaos is coming” and that they needed to “suit up for this battle” because it was do-or-die time. The right-wing primetime star opened up her Monday evening broadcast by sniping at “conservatives on the sideline in this battle” while the country “is under attack,” taking aim at Never Trump Republicans for trying to help elect Democrats this cycle. She also blasted conservative politicians who she claimed weren’t stepping up to fight back as Black Lives Matter protests rage across the country and statues and monuments are toppled. “A lot of very clever people who’ve gone to a lot of fancy schools will someday be very sorry that when the time came for them to speak for America, they were nowhere to be found,” she fumed. “Because we’re going...
    Waitress actor Nick Cordero is now on Day 85 of his difficult coronavirus battle. On Thursday, Nick’s wife Amanda Kloots shared a detailed update on her husband’s condition via her Instagram page. As is almost always the case, she was honest about both the positives and negatives of the current situation. Late last week, Amanda was finally able to visit Nick in person in the ICU at Cedars-Sinai hospital. Due to precautions and restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, Amanda had not been able to visit Nick at the hospital since he was admitted at the end of March. Amanda’s new post shared a lot of details that people who don’t always see her Instagram stories may not have known. She said that Nick is generally alert now, but he is incredibly weak. While Nick emerged from his coma a while ago, he still is extremely limited in what he...
    Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0) In the end, they both lost—which was, all things considered, the best possible outcome. There were no good guys here, only villains of different types, two brands of poison both toxic in their own way, two egos desperate for succor. This week, former National Security Adviser John Bolton, an unreconstructed neocon who’s rarely met a country he didn’t want to bomb, published “The Room Where It Happened,” the 467th (approximate) insider tell-all to emerge from the first three years of the Trump administration. Like the previous 466 (approximate), it paints President Trump as an incompetent, corrupt buffoon with a fondness for autocrats. No surprise there.  Bolton being Bolton, the 500-page-plus book also berates the president for not casually murdering a hundred or so Iranians because of a downed drone. (Bolton thinks this anecdote makes Trump look...
    Coronavirus cases in California continued a troubling spike this week, but it remains unclear how much worse conditions must get before officials move to slow the rapid reopening of the economy. For the second consecutive day, California shattered a daily record for new cases Tuesday. More than 6,600 infections were reported — the largest single-day count in the state since the pandemic hit the U.S. California recorded a second-consecutive day of new daily coronavirus cases, recording 6,652 new cases statewide Tuesday. (Los Angeles Times) Hospitalizations from COVID-19 are also beginning to rise in some parts of the state, another troubling sign. Officials in Silicon Valley warned that progress against the coronavirus was eroding. Santa Clara County on Tuesday recorded its largest daily total of new cases — 121 — much worse than any single day in March or April. “Now, we’re going back up at a pattern similar to...
    FORT WORTH, Texas — If you’ve been watching the golf on TV this week, you know the usual suspects who are at or near the top of the star-stacked leaderboard. Jordan Spieth? You know him. Rory McIlroy, the No. 1-ranked player in the world? You know him. Same with Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau, Gary Woodland, Bubba Watson and Justin Rose — all big-time names in the thick of contention at the Charles Schwab Challenge entering weekend play. You may have noticed some other names on the back of the player caddie bibs — names you don’t know, but people who are a lot more important in the grand scheme of life than the guys who are hitting and chasing the white balls around the golf course for millions in prize money. You probably don’t know who John Hollingsworth is. You’ve likely never heard of Anit Singal, John Burk, Alan...
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