The Daily Populous

Monday June 3rd, 2019 evening edition

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A teenager has mowed an anti-Trump message, complete with a giant penis, into the grass of his family home ahead of the US president’s UK state visit.

Ollie Nancarrow spent his weekend mowing the words “Oi Trump” into his lawn, near Hatfield Heath, in Essex.

The 18-year-old also used the mower to etch a giant polar bear, penis and the words “climate change is real” into the grass, according to the Bishop’s Stortford Independent.

The A-level student hopes that the US president will spot his creation as Air Force One approaches Stansted Airport, which is near Hatfield Heath, on Monday morning.

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He is expected to meet the Queen and senior royals at Buckingham Palace, before dignitaries gather for a state dinner on Monday evening.

Thousands of protesters are also expected to rally against Mr Trump’s presence at a protest in Trafalgar Square on Tuesday. »

Trump labelled 'far-right' by London mayor Sadiq Khan after president attacks him upon arrival in UK

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Sadiq Khan's office has hit back at "far-right" Donald Trump after the US president launched an extraordinary attack on the London mayor moments ahead of landing in the UK.

Minutes before touching down outside the capital aboard Air Force One, Mr Trump branded Mr Khan a "stone cold loser" who had done a "terrible job" as mayor.

He also compared the former Labour MP to New York City's mayor Bill de Blasio, who Mr Trump dislikes, and insulted his stature. »

Researchers Have Investigated “Derailment” (Feeling Disconnected From Your Past Self) As A Cause And Consequence Of Depression

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Indeed, there’s evidence that having a stable, constant sense of self and identity is important for psychological wellbeing.

However, this thread can rupture, leading to an uncomfortable disconnect between who we feel we are today, and the person that we believe we used to be – a state that psychologists recently labelled “derailment”.

After all, people with depression often struggle with motivation, losing the will to pursue goals they previously held dear. »

TIL: One evening, while rushing for dinner after a long day at the lab, Constantin Fahlberg, a chemist at Johns Hopkins, forgot to wash his hands that had traces of benzoic sulfimide. This compound made his dinner taste sweet, and that’s how he discovered the artificial sweetener Saccharin.

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The doctor is a tall, well built, handsome German-American of about thirty-eight years of age.

He speaks the modern languages fluently, and despite the celebrity that has so suddenly fallen on him, is quite diffident and reserved.

I again raised my goblet, and, as fortune would have it, applied my mouth where my fingers had touched it before. »