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How Liverpool have gone from Premier League champions-elect to dancing up some stairs and rationing tea bags

How Liverpool have gone from Premier League champions-elect to dancing up some stairs and rationing tea bags

Sports
A thought may be entering the heads of some Liverpool fans at the moment: ‘We could be Premier League champions now’. Jurgen Klopp’s side have been near-perfect in the Premier League this season, winning 27 of their 29 matches. Getty Images - Getty Liverpool looked a sure thing to win the Premier League this season They’re a massive 25 points clear at the top of the table and only need two more wins to be guaranteed their first league title in 30 years. However, those two wins will feel a million miles away as circumstances regarding the coronavirus outbreak has put the season on hold until April 3 at the very earliest. The obstacles that the world will face because of coronavirus will be very difficult so whether Liverpool become champions or not is
Watch: Stray Kids rebel in ‘Gone Days’ video

Watch: Stray Kids rebel in ‘Gone Days’ video

Entertainment
Dec. 26 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Stray Kids is back with a new music video. The K-pop group released a playful video Thursday for the new single "Mixtape: Gone Days." The "Gone Days" video opens with Stray Kids in a classroom scene. The singers are then seen rebelling against a teacher wearing a horse mask. Soompi said "Gone Days" is a play on the Korean word "kkondae," or a condescending older person. "This is the new generation, go away," Stray Kids sing in the song. "Mixtape: Gone Days" follows the release of Stray Kids' EP Clé: Levanter. The EP, released Dec. 9, includes the singles "Double Knot" and "Levanter." Stray Kids consists of Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin and I.N. The group is known for the singles "Hellevator," "My Pace," "Miroh" and "Si
Warming toll: 1 degree hotter, trillions of tons of ice gone

Warming toll: 1 degree hotter, trillions of tons of ice gone

Technology
The world has gotten hotter, lost trillions of tons of ice and suffered more weather disasters since climate negotiations startedBy BY SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science WriterDecember 1, 2019, 10:05 AM3 min read Since leaders first started talking about tackling the problem of climate change, the world has spewed more heat-trapping gases, gotten hotter and suffered hundreds of extreme weather disasters. Fires have burned, ice has melted and seas have grown. The first United Nations diplomatic conference to tackle climate change was in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Here’s what’s happened to Earth since: — The carbon dioxide level in the air has jumped from about 358 parts per million to nearly 412, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. That’s a 15% rise in 27 yea
‘The world’s gone mad’ – Tony Bellew reacts to Tyson Fury on WWE and KSI vs Logan Paul

‘The world’s gone mad’ – Tony Bellew reacts to Tyson Fury on WWE and KSI vs Logan Paul

Sports
Tony Bellew has exclusively told talkSPORT that the boxing world is going mad.So far this week, YouTube stars KSI and Logan Paul have hosted a ridiculous London press conference for their November rematch, meanwhile Tyson Fury crashed the WWE for a brawl with Braun Strowman… and it’s only Tuesday. Getty Tony Bellew is now a pundit after a successful career at cruiserweight and heavyweight CHALLENGE Wladimir Klitschko reveals who he’s backing in the Ruiz Jr vs Joshua rematch Fight off? Usyk vs Spong in doubt after VADA inform Hearn about adverse finding in test Crossover Tyson Fury appear
Blinking white guy: The story behind the meme that’s gone viral

Blinking white guy: The story behind the meme that’s gone viral

Technology
By Tom Acres, technology reporter When people on social media want to react to something they see with incredulity, they normally seek out a meme known as the blinking white guy.He has become a cornerstone of internet culture for millions - yet few people know his story, nor how he reached the dizzying heights of meme fame. For the past two-and-a-half years, Drew Scanlon has pretty much been the official face of "what the f***?". Recalling the moment that would become the stuff of internet legend, he recalled: "I don't remember doing it at all."It was one joke in a two-hour stream that we did every week, and a very forgettable moment for me at the time." Advertisement ...