The Daily Populous

Sunday February 9th, 2020 night edition

image for Buttigieg Supported by GOP Oligarch Len Blavatnik

As of this writing, they have donated thousands of dollars to Pete for America, Inc., Buttigieg’s official campaign organization.

A summer 2017 commentary for the Dallas Morning News by Ruth May catalogues a bit more of Blavatnik’s political spending habits:.

According to the New York Times, SUAL’s stake in Rusal will increase as part of Deripaska’s deal with the Treasury Department.

Buttigieg’s support from the Blavatnik family, so far, runs in excess of $5,000, according to the FEC–close to the maximum allowed by law.

The former mayor’s support from the so-called “Russian-linked oligarch” was first noted by Men4Choice co-founder Justin Horowitz.

One of the billionaires powering Pete Buttigieg’s campaign is a Russian-linked oligarch who contributed millions to Trump and GOP PACs for Lindsay Graham, Marco Rubio, Mitch McConnell and Scott Walker,” Horowitz noted.

Law&Crime reached out to the Buttigieg campaign for comment and clarification on this report, but no response was forthcoming at the time of publication. »

Research Reveals That Danny Trejo Has Topped Christopher Lee as the Most Killed Actor in Hollywood

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Well, the folks over at Buzz Bingo just did some research, crunched some numbers, and put together a fascinating Movie Mortality infographic that reveals something pretty wild.

Danny Trejo has been killed on screen more times than any other actor in history, Buzz Bingo says their research has indicated, overtaking Christopher Lee for that record!.

“We counted the movie deaths of the world’s top actors using IMDb and Cinemorgue,” the site lets us know. »

Windows 7 bug prevents users from shutting down or rebooting computers

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A weird bug of unknown origins has been hitting Windows 7 computers this week, according to multiple reports online.

The workaround doesn't require any scripting or OS system hacks, and could be executed by any Windows 7 user.

Last month, Microsoft made an exception to this rule when it provided a fix for a bug that broke wallpaper display for Windows 7 users. »

Thailand shooting: Soldier kills 21 in gun rampage

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A soldier has killed 21 people and injured dozens more in a gun rampage in the Thai city of Nakhon Ratchasima.

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Thai security forces on Sunday evacuated more people from the Terminal 21 shopping centre.

Image copyright Facebook Image caption Suspect Jakraphanth Thomma is said to be holed up in the shopping centre. »