The Daily Populous

Sunday July 28th, 2019 morning edition

image for Dave Bautista calls Trump a 'disgrace to everything this country is' after his 'infested' Baltimore district remarks

as a “brutal bully” and his majority-black Baltimore district as a “disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess.”.

“Of course an elitist POS would say that,” Bautista, a native of Washington, D.C., tweeted on Saturday afternoon.

He’s a disgrace to everything this country is,” he continued.

“How the hell did a lying, pampas, orange, ignorant, cheap salesman tear us apart?”.

The former wrestler’s comments came hours after the president shared a series of tweets on Saturday attacking Cummings, who also chairs the House Oversight Committee, and his district.

If he spent more time in Baltimore, maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous & filthy place,” he added.

Thousands more prominent political figures and celebrities also used the now-trending “#WeAreBaltimore” hashtag in solidarity with Baltimore citizens on Saturday evening. »

Austrian Athlete Freed By Kidnapper After Complimenting His Orchids

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Nathalie Birli managed to placate the man by complimenting him on the many orchids growing in his home.

A young Austrian triathlete kidnapped while riding her bike talked her way to freedom by complimenting her captor's orchids, a police source said Saturday, confirming press reports.

However she managed to placate the man by complimenting him on the many orchids growing in his home. »

Neil deGrasse Tyson Cleared by Misconduct Investigation, Will Keep Museum Job

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Last year, Neil deGrasse Tyson was accused of misconduct by multiple women who had worked with or socially come into contact with him over the years.

Katelyn N. Allers, who is an associate professor of physics and astronomy at Bucknell University, claims that Tyson allegedly groped her at an American Astronomical Society after-party in 2009. »

Phones and washing machines must be made to last, MPs say as Government launches inquiry into 'Tsunami' of e-waste

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Phones and washing machines must be built to last, MPs have said as a government committee launches an inquiry into e-waste.

Mary Creagh, who is launching the enquiry, has said that while in the past technology was built to last, now it is built to degrade in order to produce profit for tech companies.

According to the Global E-waste Monitor 2017, in one year, a staggering 44.7 million metric tonnes of e-waste are generated. »