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White supremacist describes Prince Harry and Meghan’s son as an ‘abomination’

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A white supremacist has described Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie as an ‘abomination’, saying the child should ‘be put down’ in an online podcast

38-year-old Christopher Gibbons is in court, facing charges of encouraging acts of extreme right-wing terrorism between March 20-19 and February 2020.

He is being tried with podcast co-host, Tyrone Patten-Walsh, with the pair reportedly hating mixed race relationships and using Harry and Meghan’s marriage as an example.

Both Gibbons and Patten-Walsh deny the charges, but the prosecutor alleges the men hold extreme right-wing views, and are dedicated and unapologetic white supremacists.

She claims the language used in the podcast was designed to encourage others to commit acts of extreme right wing terrorism against certain sections of society.

The jury has been listening to 23 audio podcasts, which also feature “crude” still background images, posted online to an account with 128 subscribers.

There are allegations the pair also use their podcast to endorse the 20-16 murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, while also glorifying New Zealand’s Christchurch massacre.

When it comes to the 2017 Manchester Arena suicide bomb attack, the jury was told the men described the 22 victims as ‘sluts’.

Prosectors also argue the individuals believe Prince Harry should be prosecuted and found guilty and judicially killed for treason.

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What it takes to be the new James Bond

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With Daniel Craig retiring from the role of James Bond, speculation is already rife as to who will take over as 007.

While some fans are clamoring for a woman or a person of color to take on the iconic role, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson say they are open to anyone who can do the job.

“It’s not about being male or female,” Broccoli told Variety. “You could be any color, but it has to be the best person for the job.”

The producers also said that they are looking for someone who can bring something new to the role, while still paying homage to the legacy of James Bond.

“We want somebody who is fresh and exciting and has a take on the character that is unique,” Wilson said. “And most importantly, somebody who can carry on the tradition of 007 and give audiences around the world what they want.”

No matter who is ultimately chosen to take over as James Bond, it is clear that the producers are committed to keeping the character fresh and relevant for a new generation.

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The iconic Hollywood sign is getting a makeover

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The iconic Hollywood sign is getting a fresh coat of paint ahead of a very important milestone

The giant letters on the hill are being cleaned and repainted before the sign’s 100th anniversary next year.

It’s expected to take around eight weeks, and requires around 250 gallons of fresh paint.

Of course, the original sign was dubbed ‘Hollywood-Land’ but the last four letters were removed in 1949.

It was only meant to last 18 months but has since gone on to define not only a town, but an entire industry.

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Human sized KFC drumstick jumps from 4,500 metres in the sky

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A gigantic piece of Kentucky Fried Chicken took to the skies, jumping from a four-thousand metre drop

The parachuting poultry flew above some of Melbourne’s most iconic landmarks including the MCG and Federation Square.

The human sized Chicken landed safely inside a ginormous Uber Eats bag after jumping from the troposphere to the earth’s crust in a stunning 200 kilometre an hour descent.

The adrenaline pumping stunt is part of the celebration of 500 KFC restaurants now visible on the Uber Eats platform in Australia.

“We know from thousands of searches on our app that the desire for KFC has been sky high for some time. Now that KFC has landed on Uber Eats we wanted to tell that story in an impactful, distinct and memorable way. It might not fly into your bag, but KFC’s favourites are now available to get in a few clicks on the Uber Eats app in every state and territory,” said General Manager Uber Eats, ANZ, Bec Nyst.

“It’s no secret that Aussies love having convenient ways to get their favourite food delivered, so we’re pretty excited that KFC has finally landed on Uber Eats,” said Sally Spriggs, CMO KFC Australia.

”We’re always up for a bit of fun, so what better way to make some noise about this new partnership than having a huge Kentucky Fried Chicken drumstick jump out of a plane and land into a giant Uber Eats bag? Just like us, I’m sure fans will have a bit of chuckle about this, and we’re thrilled that more people will be able to get KFC delivered fresh and fast with just a few taps on the Uber Eats app.”

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