The Daily Populous

Thursday November 26th, 2020 day edition

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Paul McCartney has revealed that he uses a teleprompter at his live shows in case he forgets the lyrics to The Beatles‘ songs.

“And I’m starting to think, ‘Oh, what am I gonna have for dinner?

Maybe you won’t have the soup but maybe you’ll just go for the main course.

I’ve separated myself not only from Paul and fame, but a couple of bits in my head are going in different places.

McCartney said in an interview last year that he had to “re-learn everything” from The Beatles’ extensive catalogue, with some of the material dating back 55 years.

McCartney announced his long-awaited ‘McCartney III’ album last month.

Following on from ‘McCartney’ (released in 1970) and ‘McCartney II’ (1980), the new record is set to arrive on December 18. »

Conmoción mundial: murió Diego Armando Maradona

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Además, una gran cantidad de simpatizantes de Argentinos Juniors se acercaron al estadio Diego Maradona para dejar flores en su memoria.

Mientras que en Rosario, los hinchas de Newell's se acercaron al Estadio Marcelo Bielsa con flores, carteles y mensajes en homenaje a Diego como: "Gracias Diego"; "Gracias D10S"; "Simplemente gracias Diego".

Maradona es los dos espejos: aquel en el que resulta placentero mirarnos y el otro, el que nos avergüenza. »

Amazon workers in Germany to go on strike on 'Black Friday'

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Trade union Verdi called on workers at seven German Amazon warehouses to go on a three-day strike that will coincide with “Black Friday” discount shopping sales on Nov. 27.

An Amazon spokesman said at the time that the company offered “excellent” salaries, with benefits and working conditions comparable with other important employers.

Verdi argues this has strengthened the case for higher wages, adding workers were not sufficiently protected against the spread of the coronavirus. »