The Daily Populous

Thursday September 3rd, 2020 evening edition

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Goop employees smelled Gwyneth Paltrow's vagina to embody the infamous 'This Smells Like My Vagina' candle.

The 47-year-old actress - who founded the lifestyle brand - made headlines when she unveiled her unusual scented candle, but it has now been revealed the team behind the candle got their inspiration for the scent by smelling her vagina.

Goop's chief designer and head of merchandising, Shaun Kearney told Closer magazine: "We all live and breath these products.

The Goop office is unlike any workplace in the world.

It's the most hilariously wonderful and crazy environment.

"For the Goop team, smelling Gwyneth's vagina became just another days at the office!

She's the ultimate embodiment of the brand, and that means ensuring its authenticity with the products.". »

'The President Just Committed a Felony': Trump Tells NC Residents to Vote Twice, Openly Encouraging Voter Fraud

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"So he's trying to make his conspiracy theories about voter fraud come true even if it means urging his supporters to commit a felony?".

Sean Eldridge, founder and president of advocacy group Stand Up America, tweeted late Wednesday that "voter fraud is nearly nonexistent.".

"And the only one encouraging it is Donald Trump," Eldridge added, "in a desperate attempt to create chaos and sow doubt. »

The Battle for Picasso’s Multi-Billion-Dollar Empire

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Maya’s mother later confided that Picasso had seen her leaving the Paris Métro and said, “You have an interesting face.

She had no idea who Picasso was, so he took her to a bookstore to show her a book about himself.

In 1980 the Picasso estate was appraised at $250 million, but experts have said the true value was actually in the billions. »

Rochester police officer tells activist she's being arrested 'for being an idiot'

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Several members of Free the People Roc, including another high-profile organizer, Ashley Gantt, could be seen having their hands restrained with plastic ties by police at the building, which serves as the Rochester Police Department headquarters.

Rochester Police released a brief statement early Thursday morning saying that 9 people were arrested in connection with the Wednesday afternoon protest at the Public Safety Building.

Police are in riot gear, and they deployed pepper balls in an attempt to disperse the crowd. »

The NSA phone-spying program exposed by Edward Snowden didn't stop a single terrorist attack, federal judge finds

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After the NSA's phone-records collection program was first exposed by Edward Snowden in 2013, the NSA claimed the program had helped thwart terrorist attacks.

The NSA's program to collect phone records was first brought to light by the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in 2013.

Amid public outrage following the revelation, the agency defended the program by claiming it had helped thwart terrorist attacks. »