Cynthia Littleton, provided by Published 9:06 pm PDT, Saturday, May 4, 2019 Adam Sandler returned to “Saturday Night Live” for the first time since 1995 to sing a chorus of “I got fired by NBC” in his opening monologue, with help from Chris Rock and Pete Davidson. In his first turn as “SNL” host, Sandler noted the length of time that had passed since he was a young twenty-something working as a writer and performer on the show from 1990 to 1995. He eventually broke into song with the ballad “I Got Fired by NBC.” Related stories Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd Are '80s Video Vixens in 'You Spin Me Round' Spoof (Watch) Netflix Benefits From Changes in New Mexico's Production Incentives Rock, the superstar comedian who also worked at "SNL" during Sandler's tenure, joined him on stage for a chorus of "I got fired." Current "SNL" trouper Pete Davidson came out for a heartfelt chorus until Sandler reminded Davidson that he hadn't, … [Read more...] about Adam Sandler returns to ‘SNL’ to sing ‘I Got Fired by NBC’
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Investigations by Judith Duffy April 29, 2019, 12:05 am Sign up to our Weekly newsletter A grandmother who lost her hands and feet to sepsis has revealed how she had to battle the deadly condition for a second time. Marguerite Henderson was left fighting for her life a year ago after a tiny paper cut developed into blood poisoning. Almost a year later, she was looking forward to celebrating moving into a new home when she was horrified to see a red line develop on her arm, which she recognised as a sign of sepsis. Marguerite said: “I was told to get to hospital immediately – when I got there the doctors said they had already alerted the intensive care unit and high dependency ward. “I was thinking, here we go again. “I was more frightened for my children as it would bring back so many memories for them that they didn’t think they would ever have to feel again. “But this time because we caught it early they were able to do … [Read more...] about A paper cut gave me sepsis and cost me my hands and feet…then I got it again
Josh Nerius, The Washington Post Published 7:34 am PDT, Thursday, April 25, 2019 FILE - This Feb. 6, 2015, file photo shows a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine on a countertop at a pediatrics clinic in Greenbrae, Calif. Hundreds of opponents of mandatory vaccines are opposing a California proposal to give state public health officials instead of local doctors the power to decide which children can skip their shots before attending school. They plan to pack the first legislative hearing Wednesday, April 24, 2019 on a bill that proponents say would stem bogus exemptions granted in many cases by doctors who are paid to excuse students from vaccinations. Supporters say pockets of unvaccinated students help to spread measles. less FILE - This Feb. 6, 2015, file photo shows a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine on a countertop at a pediatrics clinic in Greenbrae, Calif. Hundreds of opponents of mandatory vaccines are opposing a California ... more … [Read more...] about My parents didn’t tell me they skipped my vaccines. Then I got sick.
HI PAUL, are you looking forward to bringing your Impro Chums to Belfast and Derry?Oh absolutely. We haven't toured in about three years or something and we're doing more dates on this tour than we normally do. The thing with impro is that every show is completely different. I've just recently finished doing my first proper pantomime [playing Widow Twankey in Aladdin] in Wimbledon, which was 50 shows in a month, two shows a day – and there were days when you'd wake up and go "Urghhhh, here we go again."With the impro show, because it is all completely new every time, there is nothing to worry about: if you hit a sticky bit in an impro show, you can immediately change it. You're not stuck with what you rehearsed. It's a joy that it's always fun and different. You don't get tired of it.You first encountered improvised comedy after joining London's Comedy Store Players in 1985. Do you still take part in their regular Sunday night impro show?Unless I'm otherwise detained, I'm always … [Read more...] about Paul Merton on Impro Chums Irish shows and 29 years of Have I Got News For You
Name: Jesse HamannAge: 28Occupation: Mental health specialistHometown: SeattleStart Weight: 325 poundsEnd Weight: 275 poundsTime Cycling: 2 yearsAbout 5 years ago, I reached a high of about 325 pounds. Then, in 2016, I summoned the courage to step on a scale again. After a few weeks on the paleo diet, I felt significantly lighter, so I guessed I would be under 300 pounds. But when I stepped on the scale, I was flabbergasted: I was 315 pounds. Feeling defeated, I told myself that I wouldn’t step back on a scale again. I would only go by how I was feeling. The ultimate goal was to feel better, not reach a certain number. But I still wanted to lose weight, so I turned to the bike.Seattle has had a strong bike culture for a long time, and a lot of my friends have been riding for years. There was an appeal there that I couldn’t explain; maybe it was the sense of freedom that cyclists seemed to experience. That, and all of the cyclists around my neighborhood looked like they were … [Read more...] about ‘My Car Broke Down. So I Got on a Bike and Lost 50 Pounds’