The Daily Populous

Monday June 29th, 2020 night edition

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It’s debatable whether or not the prowling lead single from ‘Elephant’ is their best song – we’d be here all week with that one.

The ‘seven nation army’ is how a young Jack White used to mispronounce the Salvation Army.

The song is rare in being a very good song about that titanic cliché, the pressures of fame.

“He feels so bad he has to leave town,” he said, “but you get so lonely you come back.

Of the trolling he received from White Stripes fans after his cover, Collins said: “I know I can’t please everyone.

Jack once said that he had once intended to use the riff if he was ever asked to write a James Bond theme.

Mubarak shuts down the internet, shuts down the train system, shuts down almost the entire country, and still they come. »

Sacha Baron Cohen Crashes Right Wing Event, Leads Absurd Sing-Along

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Reps for Cohen and Showtime have not yet responded to emails seeking comment.

Related Story Watch Sacha Baron Cohen's ADL Speech Taking On Social Media Giants: "The Greatest Propaganda Machine In History.

Earlier this afternoon, Sacha Baron Cohen crashed the event of Washington 3% – a right-wing group of armed insurrectionists and white supremacists – in Olympia. »

Trump retweets, then deletes, video of supporter shouting 'white power'

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The video on Twitter, which was later deleted from the president’s feed, showed Trump protesters and supporters in Florida shouting profanities at each other.

After a protester called a Trump supporter a racist, the man responded by raising his fist and shouting, “white power.”

Senator Tim Scott, the Senate’s only Black Republican, told CNN’s “State of the Union” program. »

Urine test reveals quality of your diet – and whether it’s best for your body

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The findings revealed an association between 46 metabolites in urine, and types of foods or nutrients in the diet.

The team says the technology, which produces an individual’s urine ‘fingerprint’, could enable people to receive healthy eating advice tailored to their individual biological make-up.

This has implications for understanding the development of nutrition-related diseases and for more personalised dietary advice to improve public health.”. »