Raccoons Put on Clothes

This woman dressed her raccoons in different clothes. The boy was dressed in a nice green button up and the girl was put into a nice striped dress. 

  • The day the sky turned red - but what caused rare phenomenon?
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    The day the sky turned red - but what caused rare phenomenon?

    The day the sky turned red - but what caused rare phenomenon?

  • How to lose weight... fast 
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    How to lose weight... fast 

    How to lose weight... fast 

  • May, Juncker call for faster Brexit talks
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    May, Juncker call for faster Brexit talks

    British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker agreed over dinner in Brussels on Monday that the pace of negotiations over Britain's departure from the European Union should be stepped up. Announced less than 24 hours before they sat down, accompanied by their chief Brexit negotiators, David Davis and Michel Barnier, and just three days before May returns to Brussels for an EU summit, the meeting was held well away from reporters.

  • Hollywood's PR machine and its secret scandal
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    Hollywood's PR machine and its secret scandal

    Not unlike Harvey Weinstein, I spent much of my week having difficult phone conversations with lawyers and publicists. As A-listers including Nicole Kidman, Emma Stone and Annette Bening flew into London for the Film Festival in the wake of the Weinstein scandal, publicists frantically cancelled interviews.

  • 14 TV parents and kids with silly real-life age gaps
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    14 TV parents and kids with silly real-life age gaps

    Whether an actor manages to pass for a character much younger than them or they clearly had a tough paper round, here are some classic examples of when it must have been rather awkward on set between TV parents and their on-screen kids. Note: All ages mentioned are from first appearance together in the show. And we're not including those which made sense for the plot, like The Vampire Diaries or Gilmore Girls. From Digital Spy

  • Land Rover Defender – a British classic on long-term test
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    Land Rover Defender – a British classic on long-term test

    Land Rover Defender – a British classic on long-term test

  • Mike Ashley puts Newcastle United up for sale
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    Mike Ashley puts Newcastle United up for sale

    (Reuters) - Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley put the Premier League club up for sale on Monday, signalling a possible end to his decade-long reign at St James' Park. "As one of the Premier League's oldest and best supported football clubs - and for the benefit of its many fans and supporters in the UK and across the world - Newcastle United requires a clear direction and a path to a bright and successful future," the club said in a statement. "To give the club the best possible opportunity of securing the positioning and investment necessary to take it to the next level, at what is an important time in its history, its present ownership has determined that it is in the best interests of Newcastle United and its fans for the club to be put up for sale." The club said they were willing to listen to offers that would be capable of "delivering sustained investment" towards achieving their ambitions in the top flight.

  • Anti-corruption blogger killed by huge bomb in Malta
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    Anti-corruption blogger killed by huge bomb in Malta

    Daphne Caruana Galizia, Malta's best-known investigative journalist, was killed on Monday when a powerful bomb blew up her car, police said, in a case that stunned the small Mediterranean island. Caruana Galizia, 53, ran a hugely popular blog in which she relentlessly highlighted cases of alleged high-level corruption targeting politicians from across party lines. Locals said Caruana Galizia had just left her house and was on a road near the village of Bidnija in northern Malta when the bomb detonated, sending her car flying into an adjacent field.

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    Paedophile geophysicist Matthew Falder admits more than 130 charges

    A gifted young scientist has admitted cajoling children and adults into online sex abuse and blackmailing them into performing even more degrading acts. Geophysicist Dr Matthew Falder, 28, led a secret double life during years of study at Cambridge University, where he was known as a fun party-goer. Falder - who pleaded guilty to 137 charges at Birmingham Crown Court on Monday - persuaded them to send him naked or partially clothed pictures of themselves, then threatened them with exposure unless they went much further.

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    Mercedes recalls 400,000 UK cars over fears airbags could deploy

    Mercedes-Benz has announced a recall of 400,000 cars in the UK over fears airbags could deploy in error. The company's statement said it would be contacting the owners of the models affected shortly, but urged drivers not to use their vehicles as a precaution if the airbag warning light was lit in red on the dashboard. Mercedes said: "If the steering column module clock spring is broken, the driver airbag warning light will be displayed in the instrument cluster, as well as a red airbag warning lamp.

  • Comedian Sean Hughes dies aged 51
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    Comedian Sean Hughes dies aged 51

    Irish comedian and actor Sean Hughes has died aged 51, his management has confirmed.

  • New £1 coin rollout could push up parking charges, experts warn
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    New £1 coin rollout could push up parking charges, experts warn

    New £1 coin rollout could push up parking charges, experts warn

  • Lloyds snubs £500m settlement bid as HBOS merger trial kicks off
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    Lloyds snubs £500m settlement bid as HBOS merger trial kicks off

    Lloyds Banking Group has rejected a last-ditch bid to settle a legal claim over the disastrous merger that created Britain’s biggest high street lender, days before a trial featuring some of the country's most prominent financiers is due to begin. Sky News has learnt that the Lloyds Shareholder Action Group (LSAG) last week told the bank that it would abandon its claim in exchange for a payment of roughly £500m, according to insiders. Sources close to Lloyds said on Monday that the offer from Harcus Sinclair, the law firm acting for the claimant group of 6,000 former Lloyds TSB investors, was immediately rejected by the bank.

  • Portugal and Spain wildfires: Newborn among 36 dead in hundreds of blazes
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    Portugal and Spain wildfires: Newborn among 36 dead in hundreds of blazes

    A one-month-old baby is among at least 36 people confirmed dead in Portugal and Spain after parts of both countries were ravaged by hundreds of wildfires. The newborn had been missing after a wildfire near Tabua, around 120 miles (200km) north of the Portuguese capital, Lisbon. At least 32 people have been killed in Portugal, where flames have been fanned by strong winds from Storm Ophelia in the Atlantic Ocean.

  • EasyJet, Lufthansa make offers for parts of Alitalia
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    EasyJet, Lufthansa make offers for parts of Alitalia

    EasyJet and Lufthansa say they are only interested in buying parts of Alitalia

  • U.S.-backed forces in final push against Islamic State Raqqa
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    U.S.-backed forces in final push against Islamic State Raqqa

    By John Davison and Rodi Said RAQQA, Syria (Reuters) - U.S.-backed militias battled foreign fighters defending the last pocket of Islamic State's one-time Syrian capital of Raqqa on Monday, bringing their four-month offensive for the city to the brink of victory. A Reuters correspondent saw smoke rising above the city and heard mortar fire, but did not see air strikes while in Raqqa. A field commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias, said he expected the operation to end on Monday.

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    Alyssa Milano's #MeToo tweet on sexual harassment gets thousands of replies

    Actress Alyssa Milano has had more than 30,000 responses to a tweet encouraging people to reply "Me too" if they have ever been sexually harassed or assaulted. Milano said a friend had suggested the idea to give some understanding of "the magnitude of the problem" - and now the #MeToo hashtag is trending on Twitter. Among the thousands of responses included Lisa J, who posted: "Me, too.

  • U.S. diplomacy with North Korea to continue until 'first bomb drops' - Tillerson
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    U.S. diplomacy with North Korea to continue until 'first bomb drops' - Tillerson

    By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday that President Donald Trump had instructed him to continue diplomatic efforts to calm rising tensions with North Korea, saying "those diplomatic efforts will continue until the first bomb drops." Speaking on CNN's "State of the Union," Tillerson downplayed messages that President Trump had previously posted on Twitter suggesting Tillerson was wasting his time trying to negotiate with "Little Rocket Man," a derogatory nickname Trump has coined for North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un. Trump "has made it clear to me to continue my diplomatic efforts," Tillerson said.

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    Three biggest U.S. clearing houses pass liquidity stress tests -CFTC (CME, ICE, LSE)

    The three largest U.S. clearing houses have all passed stress tests assessing whether they could handle a major market shock, the country's derivatives regulator said on Monday. Clearing houses sit in between a trade to guarantee payment in the event either counterparty defaults.

  • London fire chief calls for ban on the 'outdated' term 'firemen' because it puts women off joining profession
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    London fire chief calls for ban on the 'outdated' term 'firemen' because it puts women off joining profession

    The head of the London Fire Brigade has condemned the use of the word "firemen" as "outdated" and said it should be scrapped to encourage more women to enter the profession. London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton is urging the nation to stop using the term as part of a drive to encourage more women to become firefighters.

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    PRESS DIGEST-New York Times business news - Oct 16 (VOW3, AMZN)

    Oct 16 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on theNew York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified thesestories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

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    Viacom, Charter agree to extend renewal deadline - source (CHTR, CBS)

    Viacom Inc and Charter Communications Inc agreed on a short-term extension of their renewal deadline, a source familiar with the matter said, as the companies aim to avoid the immediate blackout of Viacom networks. If no deal is reached, 16.6 million subscribers of Charter's Spectrum service will lose Viacom's networks, which include Comedy Central, MTV and Nickelodeon. Viacom and Charter are working to "reach a mutually beneficial deal," said the source, who did not want to be identified.

  • We treat our pets as people. Is it because it’s getting harder to have faith in humans? | Arwa Mahdawi
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    We treat our pets as people. Is it because it’s getting harder to have faith in humans? | Arwa Mahdawi

    Puppy power ... according to Euromonitor ‘pet humanisation trends continue to accelerate’. Seriously, the world is going to the dogs … and the cats, gerbils, and potbellied micropigs. The latest evidence of this can be found at Ikea.

  • British couple whose simulated sex photo led to wedding ban at Rhodes monastery could face legal action
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    British couple whose simulated sex photo led to wedding ban at Rhodes monastery could face legal action

    A couple who took a photo simulating a sex act at a Greek monastery could face legal action from other brides and grooms amid fears of a ban on all foreign marriages on the island of Rhodes. Matthew and Carly Lunn's photo, which appeared to show them performing a sex act at St Paul's Chapel, went viral and led Bishop Kyrillos of Rhodes to ban foreigners from getting married at the picturesque monastery. Now Daniel Gaynor, 32, and his partner Mandy Jackson, 30, from Rotherham, are considering legal action against the couple.

  • Somalia car bomb attack: More than 500 injured in Mogadishu
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    Somalia car bomb attack: More than 500 injured in Mogadishu

    The death toll from Saturday’s car-bomb attack in Somalia has risen to more than 300, officials say. The bomb, which was made up of hundreds of kilograms of military-grade and homemade explosives, hit the busy centre of Mogadishu. Michael Keating, the UN special envoy to Somalia, called the attack ‘revolting’. The Al-Shabab militant group are thought to be responsible for the attack but are yet to comment. After the bomb exploded, it struck a nearby fuel tanker. The shocking moment a man led police on 110mph chase – with a baby in the car 30 pictures taken inside North Korea using a mobile phone Storm Ophelia: Met Office warns of ‘potential danger to life’ in UK Bride-to-be fears dream day is off after couple’s lewd photo sparks calls for foreign wedding ban This ignited and caused a huge fireball – a move that was unexpected, according to officials, who called it ‘just very, very bad luck.’ As the rescue mission continues, more and more bodies are being recovered. President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed declared three days of mourning and joined thousands of people who responded to a desperate plea by hospitals to donate blood. ‘I am appealing all Somali people to come forward and donate,’ he urged.

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