You can't look up Philly property owners by name anymore. City cites 'security matters.'
Philadelphia officials have reprogrammed the city’s property-search website to remove the ability to look up properties by the names of their owners, citing undisclosed security concerns.Under the change implemented about a week ago, users of the search at property.phila.gov can still find out who owns a property by inputting an address. But searchers can no longer enter the names of people or companies to see the addresses of properties they own.“We decided that disabling the search function can help prevent any heat-of-the-moment incidents that would target a property owner, while still keep...
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Sir David Attenborough has joined Instagram!
Sir David Attenborough has joined Instagram.The 94-year-old naturalist has decided to create a profile on the social media app as another means to communicate the urgency of saving the planet from climate change.Attenborough has recorded a message introducing himself and the reason he's signed up.The natural historian's video posts will be shared by filmmakers Colin Butfield and Jonnie Hughes, who worked on his upcoming Netflix film, 'David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet'.He said: "Hello my name is David Attenborough and I've been appearing on radio and television for the past 60 years but...
Valorant developers say they will be forcing name changes
Players can no longer have offensive IDs in-game.
Riot is no longer allowing offensive in-game Riot IDs.Valorant recently tweeted that developers are launching the Forced Name Change initiative. In the tweet announcing the move, the official Valorant Twitter account stated that one of their top priorities is creating a "shortsmanlike environment where players respect one another." One way to address this issue is not allowing offensive in-game Riot IDs."Baddies be gone: swifter justice will be served on reports for offensive player names that violate our Code of Conduct. Think hate speech, slurs, etc. The account of a reported player will the...
The endless struggle within a wonderful people
His real name is Yossi. In order to preserve his anonymity, let’s refer to him as Y. He is one of the most naively sincere people I know, whose genuine faith and warm embrace of religious rules and practice fills his life. More than that, it makes him happy.When I share an original take on a Biblical phrase with him, he tells me how his entire body thrills to hear it. And when he recites a blessing over such a simple thing as water or orange juice, his joyous gratitude for God’s gift lights up his face.Once, though, we differed deeply. We had a month full of rockets from Gaza. Y came in, and i...
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Trump only cares about having his name on coronavirus stimulus checks: Pelosi
Lawmakers are still gridlocked over the next relief package as they fail to come to terms over the cost of the package. Still, they are taking every chance to hold the other side responsible for no deal so far. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did the same on Monday, saying that Republicans are opposing larger spending and that President Donald Trump just cares about having his name on the coronavirus stimulus checks.Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreTrump wants his name on coronavirus stimulus checksPelosi, in an interview on Monday on the Sway podcast (hosted by New York Times op-ed ...
Hilary Duff's husband Matthew has her name tattooed on his bum!
Hilary Duff's husband has got her name tattooed on his bum.Matthew Koma took to Instagram on Monday (21.09.20) to show off his new ink, which is simply the word "Hilary" written in cursive font across his bottom.He wrote alongside the amusing snap: "Good luck winning a fight with your wife when her name's tattooed on your butt cheek. #squats #gainz #laseraway (sic)"One fan in the comments pointed out the design of the tattoo is actually in Hilary's own handwriting, as it's how the 'Younger' star signs her name when writing autographs for fans.And Hilary herself also commented on the post, joki...
Former air hostess who made a name in Lavie beauty products
Lavie is a household name in Tanzania’s beauty industry. Originating from the French word for life, La vie, the name that started out as a nickname on BBM has turned out to be meaningful to Upendo Shuma’s makeup and cosmetics business.The 32-year-old mother of one has really made a mark in the beauty industry. Famously known as Lavie, Upendo’s beauty products boast a line of lipsticks, foundations, makeup wipes and eyeshadow among others. She soon plans to introduce makeup concealers and powder.During her interview with Woman, I could not help but notice an air of calmness all around. I asked ...
Hilary Duff''s husband tattoos her name on his butt
Matthew Koma showed off his new ink via Instagram on Monday and revealed the tattoo might not have been his best decision."Good luck winning a fight with your wife when her name’s tattooed on your butt cheek," he captioned the cheeky shot.So Yesterday singer Hilary turns 33 on 28 September (20).©2020 WENNProvided by SyndiGate Media Inc.
Bohemian chic: Hendrix at home 50 years on
Jimi Hendrix made his name in London, exploding onto the 1960s music scene with his mesmeric guitar playing, before his untimely death 50 years ago at the age of 27.His flat at 23 Brook Street, in the Mayfair area of central London, is now a museum -- and besides his musical legacy is one of the few tangible reminders of his life in the city.The legendary guitarist, famous for tracks including "Hey Joe", "Purple Haze" and his cover of Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower", lived at the address between 1968 and 1969.He considered it his first "real home", explained Hendrix specialist Christian...
Tropical Storm Leon exits PAR, isolated rain showers due
Tropical Storm Leon (international name: Noul) has exited the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) and is now heading towards Vietnam, the state weather bureau said Thursday.In its 4 a.m. live weather update, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said that “Leon” left the Philippine territory at 3 a.m.The tropical storm was last spotted at 360 kilometers north of Kalayaan Islands, Palawan.But while “Leon” is now outside the PAR and heading to Vietnam, the tropical storm continues to enhance the southwest monsoon or “habagat”.Hence, cloudy s...
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