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Trump supporter who called Capitol cops ‘weasels’ on Jan. 6 sentenced to prison

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WASHINGTON — A Capitol rioter who pushed against a line of police on Jan. 6 before storming the building and calling on officers “little f–king invertebrate f–king oath violating little f-king weasels” was sentenced to eight months in federal prison on Friday.

Glen Simon pleaded guilty, first in October and then again in April after new evidence was discovered against him, to one count of disorderly and disruptive conduct in a building or on restricted-access land. Chief Justice Beryl A. Howell noted Friday that he had a vest patch on, joined a crowd pushing a bike rack against a line of police, and entered the building. as the “crowd tip”.

Simon, Howell said, “helped incite the crowd” by shouting and insulting law enforcement, then twice lied to the FBI about his actions on Jan. 6. She noted that he could have been charged separately for his lies.

Simon, left, in a photo he posted on Facebook.FBI

Howell said Simon’s personal issues “may have contributed to his susceptibility” to falling into “conspiracy theories about a stolen election encouraged by politicians”. But her sensitivity made it important to deter others “who might also be susceptible” like the accused, she said.

“Listening without question to political rhetoric that leads to serious offenses, to criminal behavior, is no excuse when you show up in court,” Howell said. “There are consequences to following a crowd with such unquestioning adherence to political rhetoric.”

Howell said she knew her time in prison would be hard on her children, but said she hoped it could be a lesson for her children as well.

“You have to use your common sense and your own sense of who you are and how you would like to behave as an American citizen before blindly doing what a political figure says,” Howell said.

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Simon told Howell he knew what he had done was wrong and he knew he had to pay for what he had done. He said he was going through a very difficult time in his life in the months leading up to January 6, going through a divorce and business issues.

“Since it all fell apart, I’ve been slowly picking up the pieces,” Simon said. thing, but I’m just not ready to… destroy the trust I’ve already regained from my children. That’s the only punishment I care about, I don’t care about the other stuff.”

Simon said his actions were “extremely irrelevant” and he never intended to participate in anything like January 6 again.

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While inside the Capitol on January 6, Simon “yelled and chanted at the police for so long and so loudly that his voice became hoarse,” prosecutors argued, pointing to the video that Simon recorded himself.

“This is what a revolution looks like, folks. That’s what happens when people fuck each other over and over and over again. I fucked over and over,” he said in the video. “That’s what happens when people get bored. We kicked down that fucking door. The boys kicked down the windows, kicked down the door and we started pouring in here.”

Howell said it was clear Simon was ‘volatile and very angry’ and said Simon was not the type of person she wanted to send to do community service, wondering why the government made this recommendation.

About 850 people were arrested in connection with the attack on the Capitol, and there are still hundreds of cases to come in the sprawling investigation.

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Crystal Palace welcome Chelsea to Selhurst Park looking to get out of the danger zone.

Currently 16th on the points table with just one win from their opening six games, Patrick Vieira’s side haven’t quite started their campaign as they would have hoped.

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Graham Potter’s first Premier League game in charge of Chelsea is against Crystal Palace

After a 4-2 loss to Manchester City and a draw in their last two games against Brentford and Newcastle, the Eagles now face Chelsea who have beaten the south London club in each of their last nine league games.

Although the Blues have lacked consistency this season, winning three and losing two which resulted in Thomas Tuchel being sacked, Chelsea will be looking to put on a show of combat with new boss Graham Potter.

Palace Have Won Just One Of Their Last Six Games

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Palace have won just one of their last six games

The former Brighton manager approaches his first Premier League game in charge of Chelsea on a positive note as the Blues beat West Ham 2-1 before the international break.

However, the pressure will be on Potter as he needs to equal the record set by former Chelsea managers.

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Chelsea resume league campaign after 2-1 win over West Ham

Aside from goalkeepers, only one of the last 10 managers to take charge of the Blues has lost their first league game (W6 D3), although it was the only other permanent England manager they have had during this period (Frank Lampard, 0-4 against Manchester United in 2019).

Can Palace earn the three vital points or can Potter get Chelsea back on track?

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  • Since a 2-1 win over Chelsea in October 2017, Crystal Palace have lost each of their last nine league games against the Blues – only to Liverpool (10) have the Eagles lost more consecutively in their league history.
  • None of the last 22 Premier League meetings between Crystal Palace and Chelsea have been drawn, with the Blues winning 18 against the Eagles’ four. It is the longest streak without a draw between two teams in the history of the competition
  • Chelsea have won eight of their last nine Premier League away derbies in London, apart from a 3-2 defeat at West Ham last season. The Blues have kept seven clean sheets in this series, conceding four goals

Palace Have Lost Each Of Their Last Nine League Games Against The Blues

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Palace have lost each of their last nine league games against the Blues

  • Crystal Palace have lost just one of their last nine Premier League home games (W4 D4), losing 2-0 to Arsenal in the season opener
  • Chelsea have lost three of their last five away games in the Premier League (W2), as many as they had in their first 26 on the road under former manager Thomas Tuchel. They have lost each of their last two away league games, last losing three in a row in December 2020
  • Christian Pulisic has scored five goals in his five Premier League starts against Crystal Palace, including three at Selhurst Park
  • Crystal Palace have drawn more than any other Premier League side since the start of last season (18)

Pulisic Has Scored Five Goals In His Five League Starts Against Palace

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Pulisic has scored five goals in his five league starts against Palace

  • Chelsea are averaging 11.7 shots per game in the Premier League this season (70 shots in six games), their lowest ever single-season average in the competition (since 1997-98)


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An aerial photo taken on September 29, 2022 shows a flooded neighborhood in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida.

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Hurricane Ian hit southwest Florida on Wednesday afternoon. The Category 4 hurricane, one of the biggest storms to ever hit the United States, swept through the state from coast to coast.

More than 2 million people – about a quarter of the state’s utility customers – were left without power. Severe flooding has damaged homes and blocked crucial roads, leaving many people trapped. Winds reaching 150 mph leveled homes and businesses. At least 12 people have been confirmed dead after Ian’s disastrous journey through Florida.

Freshly reinforced, Ian is now heading to the Carolinas. It is expected to make landfall in South Carolina on Friday, with winds reaching 85 mph in a “potentially deadly storm surge,” according to the National Hurricane Center.

Hurricane Ian left havoc in marinas in Fort Myers.

A man takes photos of boats damaged by Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida on September 29, 2022.

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Parts of Orlando were submerged by feet of water.

People paddle in a canoe next to a submerged Chevy Corvette in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Orlando, Florida on September 29, 2022.

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Boats ran aground in Fort Myers.

Brenda Brennan sits next to a boat that pushed into her apartment as Hurricane Ian passed through the area on September 29, 2022 in Fort Myers, Florida.

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Some people had to be transported to safety in Orlando.

Authorities transport a person out of the Avante Nursing Home in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, in Orlando, Florida.

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Members of the Florida National Guard have been activated in Orlando.

Members of the Florida National Guard search for stranded residents in a flooded neighborhood in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian September 29, 2022 in Orlando, Florida.

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Fort Myers Beach was particularly affected by Hurricane Ian.

A general view of the site after Hurricane Ian left Florida on Thursday after making landfall as a devastating Category 4 hurricane, September 29, 2022 in Florida, United States.

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A section of the Sanibel Causeway was lost, cutting off access to the island community.

A section of the Sanibel Causeway was lost due to the effects of Hurricane Ian Thursday, September 29, 2022 in Fort Myers, Florida.

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The streets were flooded in Fort Myers.

Cars drive through a flooded street caused by Hurricane Ian Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022 in Fort Myers, Florida.

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Meanwhile, marinas were also devastated.

An aerial photo taken on September 29, 2022 shows boats packed together in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida.

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Moving cattle through a flooded field on Sanibel Island.

Moving cattle through a flooded field in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, on Sanibel Island, Florida.

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About 2.6 million people continue to lack power after Wednesday’s storm, and thousands of people remain stranded.

Widespread catastrophic damage has been left across much of Southwest Florida as 2.6 million people continue to lack power and thousands remain stranded.

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Ambulances line up in Naples to provide emergency care and transport.

NAPLES, FL – SEPTEMBER 29: Ambulances line up on the shoulder after Hurricane Ian on September 29, 2022 in Naples, Florida. Hurricane Ian brought high winds, storm surges and rain to the area, causing severe damage. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)

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Hurricane Ian partially collapsed Sanibel Causeway.

An aerial view of a partially collapsed Sanibel causeway after Hurricane Ian caused widespread destruction, in Sanibel Island, Florida, September 29, 2022.

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Vehicles float in the water after Hurricane Ian.

Vehicles float in water after Hurricane Ian on September 29, 2022 in Bonita Springs, Florida. Hurricane Ian brought high winds, storm surges and rain to the area, causing severe damage.

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A neighborhood near Fort Myers.

Stan Pentz exits a neighborhood in Iona after Hurricane Ian hit Florida, September 29, 2022.

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Orange County Fire Rescue first responders check on the well-being of residents as they walk through a flooded Orlando neighborhood.

Orange County Fire Rescue first responders check the welfare of residents as they walk through a flooded neighborhood in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, in Orlando, Florida.

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Aerial photo shows the destruction from Hurricane Ian over Fort Myers.

Aerial photos show destruction from Hurricane Ian over Fort Myers, Florida

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Osceola County sheriffs use a fanboat to urge residents to leave the flooded Good Samaritan Society Village in Kissimmee, Florida.

Osceola County Sheriffs use a fanboat to urge residents to leave the flooded Good Samaritan Society Village, in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian on September 30, 2022 in Kissimmee, Florida.

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A search and rescue team member from Texas A&M Task Force 1 searches for anyone in need of assistance in Fort Myers

A search and rescue team member from Texas A&M Task Force 1 searches for anyone in need of assistance after Hurricane Ian passed through the area September 30, 2022 in Fort Myers, Florida.

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Jordan Reidy brings his dog, Ivory, back to their second-floor apartment after fleeing to Fort Myers.

Jordan Reidy brings his dog, Ivory, back to their second floor apartment after fleeing when Hurricane Ian passed through the area on September 30, 2022 in Fort Myers, Florida.

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A man paddles a canoe through a flooded neighborhood in New Smyrna Beach, Florida on Sept. 30, 2022, after Hurricane Ian hit the area.

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SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea tested two short-range ballistic missiles on Saturday, its neighbors said, the fourth round this week of weapons launches that drew swift and strong condemnation from rivals.

In an unusually strong rebuke of North Korea’s weapons programs, South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol said North Korea’s “obsession” with nuclear weapons is aggravating the suffering of its own people, and warned of an “overwhelming response” from the South Korean and US military. these weapons are used.

“North Korea has not given up its obsession with nuclear weapons and missiles despite persistent international objection over the past 30 years,” Yoon told an Armed Forces Day ceremony at the headquarters. South Korea’s central military. “The development of nuclear weapons will plunge the lives of the North Korean people into further suffering.”

“If North Korea attempts to use nuclear weapons, it will face a resolute and overwhelming response from the South Korea-US alliance and our military,” Yoon said.

Yoon’s comments could enrage North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who claimed in July that Yoon’s government was run by “confrontational maniacs” and “gangsters”. Kim also rebuffed Yoon’s massive offers of aid in exchange for denuclearization.

Tests considered a response to naval exercises between South Korea, the United States and Japan

The North’s testing spree this week is seen as a response to recent naval exercises between South Korea and the United States and their other training involving Japan. North Korea sees these military drills by allies as a rehearsal for an invasion and says they reveal US and South Korean “double standards” because they call the North’s weapons tests a provocation.

On Saturday, the South Korean, Japanese and US military said they detected the two North Korean missile launches. South Korea said the takeoffs took place from the North Korean capital region.

According to South Korean and Japanese estimates, the missiles traveled about 350 to 400 kilometers (220 to 250 miles) at a maximum altitude of 30 to 50 kilometers (20 to 30 miles) before landing in the waters between the Korean peninsula and Japan. Toshiro Ino, Japan’s deputy defense minister, said the missiles showed an “irregular” trajectory.

Some observers say the reported low and “irregular” trajectory of the weapons suggests they were likely nuclear-capable and highly maneuverable missiles modeled after the Russian Iskander missile. They say North Korea developed the Iskander-type weapon to defeat South Korean and US missile defenses and hit key targets in South Korea, including US military bases there.

The other five ballistic missiles fired by North Korea three times this week show trajectories similar to those detected on Saturday.

“The repeated firing of ballistic missiles by North Korea is a serious provocation that undermines peace and security on the Korean peninsula and in the international community,” the South Korean chiefs of staff said in a statement. a statement.

Ino called the launches “absolutely unacceptable”, adding that four rounds of missile tests by North Korea in one week are “unprecedented”.

The US Indo-Pacific Command said the launches highlighted the “destabilizing impact” of North Korea’s illegal weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs.

On Friday, South Korea, the United States and Japan held their first trilateral anti-submarine drills in five years off the east coast of the Korean peninsula. Earlier this week, South Korean and US warships conducted bilateral exercises in the region for four days. Both military exercises this week involved the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan.

North Korea’s missile tests this week also capped US Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to South Korea on Thursday, where she reaffirmed the US’ “ironclad” commitment to the security of the country. their Asian allies.

Concerns about North Korea’s nuclear program have grown since the North passed a new law last month allowing the pre-emptive use of nuclear weapons in certain situations, a move that shows its escalating nuclear doctrine.

During his speech on Saturday, Yoon said North Korea’s law threatens South Korea’s national existence and that Seoul will expand military exercises with Washington and strengthen South Korea’s missile strike and surveillance capabilities. South in response.

South Korean officials have generally avoided harsh rhetoric about North Korea to prevent an escalation in animosities. But Yoon’s Defense Ministry recently warned that North Korea would self-destruct if it used its nuclear weapons.

North Korea has carried out a record number of missile tests this year in what experts call a bid to expand its arsenal of weapons amid stalled nuclear diplomacy with the United States. South Korean and US officials said North Korea had also completed preparations to carry out a nuclear test, which would be the seventh of its kind and the first in five years.

Experts say Kim Jong Un ultimately wants to use the expanded nuclear arsenal to pressure the United States and others accept his country as a legitimate nuclear state, a recognition he sees as necessary to secure the lifting of sanctions international and other concessions.

Several United Nations Security Council resolutions prohibit North Korea from testing ballistic missiles and nuclear devices. The country’s missile launches this year are seen as exploiting a split in the UN’s council over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and US-China contests.

“North Korea’s frequent short-range missile tests can strain the resources of the isolated state. But due to the impasse in the UN Security Council, they are a cheap way to Kim’s regime to signal its displeasure with Washington and Seoul’s defense drills while playing domestic politics to counter an external threat,” said Ewha University professor Leif-Eric Easley. from Seoul.

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Rescuers searched for survivors among the ruins of Florida homes flooded by Hurricane Ian as authorities in South Carolina waited for daylight to assess damage from the storm’s second strike as remnants of the ne of the strongest and costliest disasters to ever hit the United States continued to push northward.

The powerful storm terrorized millions of people for most of the week, battering western Cuba before moving across Florida from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean, where it gathered enough strength for a final assault on South Carolina. It has since weakened into a still dangerous post-tropical cyclone and was moving across North Carolina into Virginia overnight, pushing heavy rain toward the mid-Atlantic states.

At least 34 people have been confirmed dead, including 23 people in Florida, mostly from drowning but others from the storm’s tragic aftermath. An elderly couple died after their oxygen machines shut off due to a power outage, authorities said. Meanwhile, distraught residents waded through knee-deep water on Friday, salvaging what they could from their flooded homes and loading them onto rafts and canoes.

“I want to sit in the corner and cry. I don’t know what else to do,” Stevie Scuderi said after walking through her largely destroyed Fort Myers apartment, the mud in her kitchen clinging to her purple sandals. .

In South Carolina, Ian’s center landed near Georgetown, a small community along Winyah Bay about 95 miles north of historic Charleston. The storm washed away parts of four piers along the coast, including two connected to the popular tourist town of Myrtle Beach.

Winds from the storm were much weaker on Friday than when Ian landed on Florida’s Gulf Coast earlier in the week. There, authorities and volunteers were still assessing the damage as shocked residents tried to make sense of what they had just experienced.

Anthony Rivera, 25, said he had to climb out of his first-floor apartment window during the storm to carry his grandmother and girlfriend to the second floor. As they rushed to escape the rising waters, the storm surge swept away a boat right next to his apartment.

“It’s the scariest thing in the world because I can’t stop any boat,” he said. “I am not Superman.”

Even though Ian has long been in Florida, new problems have continued to arise. A 14-mile (22-kilometer) stretch of main Interstate 75 was closed Friday night in both directions in the Port Charlotte area due to massive water swelling in the Myakka River.

The official death toll climbed throughout the day on Friday, with authorities warning it would likely rise much further once crews carried out a more thorough sweep of the damage. Friday’s searches were aimed at emergency rescues and initial assessments, Florida Division of Emergency Management Director Kevin Guthrie said. He described a submerged house as an example.

“The water was over the roof, yes, but we had a Coast Guard rescue swimmer swim and he was able to identify that it was human remains. We don’t know exactly how many “said Guthrie.

Drone footage taken before and after Hurricane Ian slammed into Punta Gorda, Florida on Wednesday reveals the devastating levels of flooding and destruction left behind by the storm.

The dead included a 68-year-old woman swept into the ocean by a wave and a 67-year-old man who fell into rising waters inside his home while waiting to be rescued.

Authorities also said a 22-year-old woman died after an ATV overturned following a road wash and a 71-year-old man suffered a fatal fall from a roof while he was installing rain shutters. Three other people died in Cuba earlier in the week.

Hurricane Ian likely caused “well over $100 billion” in damage, including $63 billion in privately insured losses, according to disaster modeling firm Karen Clark & ​​Company, which regularly publishes reports. rapid disaster assessments. If confirmed, this would make Ian at least the fourth costliest hurricane in US history.

In the Sarasota suburb of North Point, Fla., residents of the Country Club Ridge subdivision waded through flooded streets on Friday. John Chihil solemnly towed a canoe and another small boat in ankle-deep water.

“There really isn’t much to feel. It’s an act of God, you know? he said. “I mean, that’s all you can do is pray and hope for a better day tomorrow.”

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Lunar Alert: Avoid purchases or big decisions after 5:30 p.m. EDT today (2:30 p.m. PDT). The Moon is in Sagittarius.

Happy Birthday for Saturday, October 1, 2022:

You are worthy. Even though you’re charming and friendly, you like to be in control. You are confident and proud of your efforts to work hard. This year you are reaping the benefits of all your hard work because others are noticing your talents. You could be in the spotlight!

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Avoid being fair today, which is a temptation. When it comes to politics, religion, or your personal beliefs, you may want to challenge others, especially because you have the support of someone older or more experienced. But what is that for ? A Pyrrhic victory? (There is no one so deaf as those who wear headphones.) Tonight: Stay calm.

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Disputes over a financial arrangement, shared ownership, taxes, insurance issues, or inheritance can arise today. Perhaps you will appeal to the authority of an older person or to power. More likely, you will gain traction by joining the efforts of your colleagues. Tonight: Be vigilant.

GEMINI

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You might feel annoyed with a close friend or partner today, especially about traditional beliefs or politics. Instead, focus on fun and entertaining entertainment. Why not? Accept invitations to party and socialize. Enjoy sporting events and fun activities with the kids. Tonight: Have fun!

CANCER

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It’s a great day to entertain at home or to invite people to gather where you live. You could show new ways to improve your home. Certainly, disputes over pets, your health or your job could distract you. Don’t waste your energy. Tonight: go with what works.

LEO

(July 23-August 22)
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Parents might find relationships with their children difficult today. It happens. It certainly goes with the territory. Help from an older person might help. During this time, interactions with siblings, parents and neighbors will be optimistic. Enjoy a short trip. Tonight: enjoy the conversations.

VIRGIN

(August 23-September 22)
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It is a good day for financial matters as well as for business and commerce. In fact, you could resurrect old ideas or complete a project, which will ultimately result in increased income or a financial boon for you. Do not waste time with domestic quarrels, especially with women in your family. You don’t need that. Tonight: Stay cool.

BALANCE

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You like harmony around you. (That’s why you like to please people.) Avoid arguments with everyday contacts today, which could easily arise. Instead, focus on relationships with partners and close friends, who will be warm and supportive. Avoid unpleasant people, because life is short. Tonight: Relax.

SCORPIO

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Avoid financial disputes, as they could ruin your day. Instead, enjoy some quiet time with yourself and a few others privately. Good news about your health, as well as fun times with pets, will be a source of pleasure. Tonight: Be happy!

SAGITTARIUS

(22 Nov-21 Dec)
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It’s the classic day for an irritable back and forth with a friend or partner because you’re both bored or disagree with each other. Try putting that aside so you can focus on interactions with clubs or groups, or a creative and artistic friend. It will save your day. Tonight: Keep Calm,

CAPRICORN

(22 Dec-19 Jan)
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It can be hard to deal with someone today, especially because you feel like you can’t talk. (You seethe slowly behind the scenes, which is frustrating.) Fortunately, relationships with parents, bosses, and family members are positive. Tonight: go with what works.

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Difficulties with children, social situations, or sporting events may arise today. Your best option is to avoid these difficult situations, which will only lead to a little heartache. Instead, talk to loved ones, day-to-day contacts, and siblings, as these interactions will be upbeat and enjoyable. Tonight: Be nice.

PISCES

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Family quarrels and domestic challenges could take place today. Avoid them if you can. Ironically, it is an excellent day for business and commerce as well as for financial negotiations. If you play your cards right, the money and the gifts will come to you. Go where your bread is buttered! (It’s a no-brainer.) Tonight: Relax.

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Bill Belichick isn’t a doctor, Russell Wilson fires back at a meme, Gregg Popovich gets really honest about his motivation and more in our Quotes of the Week.

“What do I look like? A doctor? An orthopedic surgeon? … Day to day.”

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick asked about Mac Jones ankle injury

“Chad Powers? I’m 3-0 against Chad Powers.”

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson, retaliate to Eli Manning after Manning joked that Denver “should have paid the punter $235 million instead of Russell”. Manning had a semi-viral moment over the past few weeks after showing up to a Penn State tryout dressed as a “Chad Powers” character.

“My paycheck.”

San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich on what drives him year after year

“I thought it was a done deal. I took a trip to Mexico just to get away from it all because I could just feel the anticipation of everything. So I was like, ‘I’m leaving for a few days, divert- you head this.’ And by the time I get home [it will] be free agency – signed with the Lakers.”

Chicago Bulls forward DeMar DeRozan, thinking he’d sign with the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason, via JJ Redick’s “The Old Man and the Three” podcast. The Lakers traded for Russell Westbrook instead.

“100 pounds. Tweet that.”

Philadelphia 76ers guard James Harden, joking about how much weight he’s lost this offseason, via KYW News Radio

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