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Chris Pratt accidentally deleted 51,000 emails

Chris Pratt accidentally deleted 51,000 emails

Technology
Actor Chris Pratt has shared the moment he accidentally wiped clean his entire email inbox. The Marvel star began sorting through his inbox after telling fans his son, Jack, had teased him for having 35,000 unread messages. Unfortunately, Pratt pressed the wrong button and was forced to watch as 51,000 emails were erased. Pratt shared the moment on Instagram, and fans rushed to poke fun at the incident. "Yesterday my son was playing with my phone and he gasped in shock looking at the number of unread emails that I have. It's a lot," Pratt said."I'm one of those idiots who will do an IQ test and be like, 'Wanna take an IQ test? Give me your email'. And then I do, which proves my IQ is about seven, I just get junk from everyone and I just don't erase it."Th...
‘Major mispricings’ in market are creating huge opportunities, Wells Fargo’s Chris Harvey says

‘Major mispricings’ in market are creating huge opportunities, Wells Fargo’s Chris Harvey says

Finance
It may be time to explore contrarian plays.Wells Fargo Securities' Christopher Harvey is telling investors the best opportunities are in the hardest hit parts of the stock market. He believes the potential rewards outweigh the risks."Start adding cyclicality. Start adding value. Start adding risk," the firm's head of equity strategy told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Wednesday. "This is where the major mispricings are."Harvey, who once referred to himself during an interview as "not a real positive guy," believes the worst is behind the market as the country battles the coronavirus pandemic."We're starting to price in a less bad scenario," he said. "Things are getting slightly better at the margin."In addition to fewer new virus cases, better spending patterns and the gradual reopening of the...
Longtime Broncos CB Chris Harris Jr. to sign with division rival Chargers

Longtime Broncos CB Chris Harris Jr. to sign with division rival Chargers

Sports
March 18 (UPI) -- Former Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Chargers on Wednesday. League sources told ESPN and NFL Media that Harris agreed to a two-year, $ 20 million deal with the division rival Chargers. The team has yet to confirm the agreement. Harris, who turns 31 in June, was one of the longest-tenured players on the Broncos' roster, having made the team as an undrafted rookie in 2011 out of Kansas. Once the deal is finalized, the four-time Pro Bowl selection will become the final member of the "No Fly Zone" secondary, a key part of the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 championship team, to move on from the franchise. Harris, a three-time All-Pro choice, has played at least 15 games in eight of his nine seasons in Denver. From 2015 through ...
New York Rangers’ Chris Kreider fractures foot vs. Philadelphia Flyers

New York Rangers’ Chris Kreider fractures foot vs. Philadelphia Flyers

Sports
Feb. 28 (UPI) -- New York Rangers veteran forward Chris Kreider suffered a fractured foot in the first period of Friday's game against the Philadelphia Flyers. Kreider sustained the foot injury while blocking a shot by Flyers defenseman Philippe Myers in the opening frame. Shortly later, the team announced Kreider would not return to the game. Through 62 games this season, Kreider has recorded 24 goals and 21 assists. He ranks third on the Rangers in goals this season, and he was on pace to top his career high of 28 goals. Kreider was among the top names available at Monday's NHL trade deadline, but the Rangers eventually re-signed the forward to a seven-year, $ 45.5 million contract extension. According to Spotrac, the deal has an average annual value of $ 6.5 million. The Flyers beat t...
Jeanne Evert Dubin, sister of tennis great Chris Evert, dies at 62

Jeanne Evert Dubin, sister of tennis great Chris Evert, dies at 62

Sports
Feb. 22 (UPI) -- A funeral Mass will be held Monday in Florida for world-class tennis player Jeanne Evert Dubin, the younger sister of superstar Chris Evert. She was 62 and had been battling ovarian cancer. "Jeanne was selfless, caring and kind," Chris Evert said in her sister's obituary. "As a sister, I admired her stellar character and unwavering devotion to her loved ones. She fought a brave battle, and now Heaven is lucky to have her." Jeanne Colette Evert had an outstanding junior career. She turned professional in 1973 at age 15, a year after she defeated tennis luminaries Rosie Casals and World No. 1 Margaret Court. She was trained by her father, Jimmy Evert, who died in 2015. In summer 1973, she became the youngest woman's tennis player ever to represent her country in the Wightm...