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#1 Polyana Viana


UFC star Polyana Viana beats up mugger so badly he begs her to call the police

A thief brandishing a fake gun copped the beating of a lifetime after attempting to steal a phone from a female UFC fighter.

Stuart Atkins and Toby Gannon
The SunJANUARY 8, 20192:36PM

UFC fighter beats up would be mugger. Courtesy: KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas.

UFC star Polyana Viana left a man with horrific facial injuries after he tried to rob her with a cardboard gun.

The cowering thief even begged her to call the cops in fear of another beating after targeting the wrong person.

The Brazilian was waiting for her Uber in Rio de Janeiro when the misguided criminal demanded she hand over her phone.

After claiming he had a gun, Viana punched and kicked the would-be-robber before locking him in a rear-naked choke.

Viana, 26, kept the man in a submission while she waited for police to arrive.

“When he saw I saw him, he sat next to me,” she told MMA Junkie.

“He asked me the time, I said it, and I saw he wasn’t going to leave. So I already moved to put my cell phone in my waist. And then he said, ‘Give me the phone. Don’t try to react, because I’m armed.’

“Then he put his hand over (a gun), but I realised it was too soft.”

This cardboard gun isn't fooling anyone.

This cardboard gun isn't fooling anyone.Source:Instagram

The gun turned out to be a cardboard cut-out. “He was really close to me. So I thought, ‘If it’s a gun, he won’t have time to draw it.’ So I stood up I threw two punches and a kick,” Viana said.

Viana, who is 1-1 in the UFC but won nine of her ten MMA fights before that, insists she was calm throughout the attack.

She punches people for a living you goose. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

She punches people for a living you goose. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)Source:Getty Images

“I was fine because he didn’t even react after. Since he took the punches very quickly, I think he was scared,” she said.

“So he didn’t react anymore. He told me to let him go, like ‘I just asked for the time.’ I said, ‘Asked for the time my ass,’ because he saw I was very angry. I said I wouldn’t let go and that I was going to call the police.

“He said, ‘Call the police, then’ because he was scared I was going to beat him up more.”

Viana had passers-by call the cops, who took the man to hospital for treatment before hauling him to the police station.

She was told the man had been arrested before and was not long released for a previous crime.

Surely the UFC T-shirt she was wearing was a warning sign.

Surely the UFC T-shirt she was wearing was a warning sign.Source:Instagram

It is not the first time the UFC fighter has had to fend for herself on the streets of Brazil.

In fact, another robber tried to take her phone while she was in her home town of Belem.

“He broke my umbrella and tried to take my phone. I said I wasn’t going to give it to him,” Viana said.

“He tried to take it from my hand, I punched him in the face, and he was scared. This time I was scared. I don’t know if it was because there were two of them.

“So I was scared, but I think he was more scared than I was, so he jumped on the motorcycle and left.”

This article was originally published by The Sun and was reproduced with permission

Polyana Viana teaches Rio robber a bloody lesson

Don't mess with a UFC fighter.
Don't mess with a UFC fighter.Source: Twitter

A robber who tried to steal a cellphone from a young woman in Rio de Janeiro learned the hard way that mugging a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter who goes by the nickname “the Iron Lady” is not an excellent idea.

Polyana Viana, an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) strawweight, brought the hapless perp down with two punches and a kick and held him in a “rear-naked choke” before making him sit and wait for the police, she told the sports website MMA Junkie.

The attempted crime happened late Saturday as Viana, 27, was waiting for an Uber outside her apartment block. She said the man told her he had a gun but she surmised it probably wasn’t real and in any case “he won’t have time to draw it” before she went into action.

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After subduing the assailant she discovered the weapon was in fact a cardboard replica of a pistol.

Viana posted images of the would-be robber, looking dejected and bruised, with blood on his sleeveless shirt and on a hand, as she kept his arm in a “kimura-like position” until the police arrived.

“Since he took the punches very quickly, I think he was scared,” she told the site.

She said that, after the suspect’s processing by police and treatment for his injuries, she went home and made dinner. Her hands hurt a bit the next day, but nothing serious and she was otherwise unharmed.

UFC president Dana White tweeted, with a photo of the incident: “On the left is Polyana Viana, one of our UFC fighters and on the right is the guy who tried to rob her #badf***ingidea.”

#2 Jamie Lee Curtis

Jamie Lee Curtis making film about stand-in mother at gay weddings

Jamie Lee Curtis is turning a heartwarming story of acceptance into a new film.

The star of Halloween and Scream Queens has confirmed she’s bought the rights to the 2014 memoir How We Sleep At Night, which tells the story of how Oklahoma woman Sara Cunningham came to terms with her son’s sexuality.

Cunningham rose to prominence last summer when she announced that she would stand in as a substitute mother for any LGBTQ people whose parents wouldn’t attend their same-sex wedding.

“If you need a mom to attend your same-sex wedding because your biological mom won’t. Call me. I’m there. I’ll be your biggest fan. I’ll even bring the bubbles,” she shared in a viral post on Facebook.

Back in September, Curtis tweeted a photo alongside Cunningham where she told her followers about the great work she does to help members of the community, sparking speculation that a new project may be in the works.

“Spent the day with my doppelgänger, inspirational mama bear, leader, author and social activist, Sara Cunningham, whose program [Free Mom Hugs] offers support to LGBTQ members whose families don’t,” she wrote.

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Now, Curtis has confirmed that she has bought the rights to Cunningham’s memoir, and will be turning it into a film.

Speaking to the Washington Post, Curtis said she had spent three days with Cunningham and her family last year, and was so inspired by her story that she decided to bring it to the big screen.

“I continue to be thrilled as her movement is catching on. I hope to do justice to her story and the story of so many marginalised people in the LGBTQ community,” she said.

“I saw the impact that her movement has already had, in and around Oklahoma City. It’s exciting to watch something that was born out of such conflict develop into something of such deep compassion and expansive acceptance.”

As well as offering to be a stand-in mother for same-sex weddings, Cunningham also founded a charity called Free Mom Hugs, which is “dedicated to educating families, church and civil leaders” about LGBTQ equality.

She attends gay weddings as a ‘stand-in mom.’ Now they’re making a movie about her.

Jamie Lee Curtis and Sarah Cunningham


A woman who promised to attend gay people’s weddings if their mothers wouldn’t is getting a film made about her.

Sara Cunningham got national attention last summer when she posted on Facebook that she would attend weddings as a stand-in, since so many LGBTQ people have been rejected by their parents.

Jamie Lee Curtis has purchased the film rights to Cunningham’s 2014 memoirHow We Sleep at Night, about her relationship with her gay son.

“I was moved by her journey,” Curtis told the Washington Post. “And I continue to be thrilled as her movement is catching on.”

“I hope to do justice to her story and the story of so many marginalized people in the LGBTQ community.”

“I saw the impact that her movement has already had, in and around Oklahoma City,” she continued. “It’s exciting to watch something that was born out of such conflict develop into something of such deep compassion and expansive acceptance.”

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In her book, Cunningham wrote about her own process in accepting her gay son when he came out in 2011.

“I thought it might just be a phase,” she said. “And then when he turned 21, he ‘came out’ to me and said that he’d met someone and needed me to be okay with it.”

She wrote that she became depressed and wasn’t exactly the perfect PFLAG mom for her son when he initially came out.

“I prayed, I fasted, I burned incense and shamed my son into burning his journals,” she wrote.

“We were fighting a spiritual battle inside the walls of a non-affirming church,” her son Parker said. “My mother and I were both struggling with what we thought was a literal ‘life or death’ situation when it came to my soul and how I’d spend eternity.”

Things started to turn around when she went to pride with her son in 2014.

“It was my first encounter with the LGBTQ community, and it was as beautiful as it could be,” Cunningham said. “I realized that I’d been alienated for years by own ignorance and fear.”

The next year, she went back and offered “Free Mom Hugs.”

“Whenever I made eye contact with anybody, I’d offer to give them a hug or a high five,” she said. “I went home covered with glitter.”

Since she made her offer last year, she said that a few people have actually asked her to stand-in for their moms at their weddings. She went to her first wedding as a stand-in last year, and she has three more booked already.


#3 Bianca Andrade


Bianca Andrade, a Boca Rosa, é detonada novamente na internet e acusada de apropriação cultural

É minha gente, a blogueira e digital influencer Bianca Andrade, a famosa Boca Rosa, causou novamente ao publicar uma foto no Instagram em que aparece com os cabelos afro. A blogueira decidiu tirar as tranças afro e mostrou o resultado após a retirada. Mas isso causou um alvoroço porque os seguidores acusaram-na novamente de apropriação cultural.

Imagem: Reprodução/Instagram
Imagem: Reprodução/Instagram
Imagem: Reprodução/Instagram
Imagem: Reprodução/Instagram

Bianca Andrade já foi acusada de apropriação cultural

Bianca Andrade, a Boca Rosa já passou por esse problema no mês passado. Em dezembro ela decidiu adotar tranças afro (rastafari) e foi duramente criticada em suas redes sociais. Seguidores acusaram a blogueira de usar apropriação cultural, que é o uso de elementos de uma determinada cultura diferente da sua.


Todo ano uma bianca fazendo uma apropriação diferente”, disse uma seguidora.

Todo mundo quer ter o estilo do preto, mas ninguém quer ser preto…..”, comentou outro.

Trança é símbolo da resistência negra, é cultural DESSE povo. Se você não faz parte, não entende e não vive metade do que os negros vivem por ter cabelo afro, perde o sentido usar. Apropriar de um símbolo q não te representa e se vestir de estilo afro sem sofrer com os preconceitos q o povo negro sofre eh fácil”, comentou outra seguidora.

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Bianca Andrade passa o reveillón na Bahia

Seguindo a onde de outros famosos, a blogueira Boca Rosa passou sua virada de ano em Barra Grande, Bahia. Ela se divertiu ao lado de seus amigos e compartilhou com seus seguidores nas redes sociais todos os momentos especiais que passou na cidade.

Após ter supostamente chamado Jair Bolsonaro de imbecil, Fausto Silva é detonado no Twitter

Na tarde de ontem (06), o apresentador Fausto Silva, mais conhecido como Faustão fez duras críticas à política brasileira em seu programa ‘Domingão do Faustão‘. A atração contou com famosos na tradicional ‘Pizza do Faustão‘ onde reúnem vários artistas brasileiros para falar sobre diversos temas...leia mais:

#4 Mel Tucker • Georgia Bulldogs football • American football • Alabama Crimson Tide football • Colorado Buffaloes football • Clemson Tigers football

WATCH: Mel Tucker shares what he’s leaving behind with Georgia football program

Former Georgia defensive coordinator Mel Tucker is ready to rebuild Colorado.
Photo courtesy University of Colorado
Mike Griffith

“Georgia is loaded, I’m leaving behind a great head football coach, an excellent staff, guys that care about kids, great teachers, motivators, developers of talent and a really strong roster,” Tucker told DawgNation in an exclusive interview.

“I think Kirby, with his passion for the University of Georgia, for the game of football, and just his energy is apparent each and every day in our staff meetings, in the meetings with the players, in practice and on game days and that’s key.

“His energy is off the charts, his passion is off the charts.”

Tucker, who spent the past three seasons helping Smart built the Bulldogs into a title contender, will watch the CFP Championship Game between Alabama and Clemson on Monday night knowing Georgia could have been there.

Tucker admits he still hasn’t watched a replay of the SEC Championship Game, and he’s in no hurry to do so.

Tucker recognizes just how close the Bulldogs were to beating Alabama and making another run at the CFP Championship Game in the playoffs before falling 35-28 on Dec. 1.

Georgia held the Tide’s record-setting offense in check until All-SEC selection and Bulldogs sacks leader D’Andre Walker left the game with a groin injury.

“That was huge, Tucker said. “We missed him.”

Georgia held Alabama in check before losing sacks leader D’Andre Walker

Meanwhile, Alabama’s Jalen Hurts came off the bench and led the Tide to the comeback in the SEC Championship Game.

“It’s tough, I haven’t watched the game yet on tape,” Tucker said Monday morning at the annual FWAA awards breakfast. “I saw it once, I don’t need to see it again right now, maybe in the summer.

“Every single one of those plays, there’s so many moving parts, you have so many plays in a game, you can rewind a play 100 times and see something different every time, and you think ‘If I’d have just done this, or maybe if I’d have called this,’ and it’s just hard when you look back on it and you’re that close I think it’s worse when you are that close.

“It’s so hard to win a football game now, that’s what makes it so special what Clemson is doing, and what Nick (Saban) is doing to just keep getting back, year after year, it’s incredible.”

Tucker said the first key to beating Alabama, as Georgia as nearly done — UGA led or was tied with the Tide for 281 of 290 plays and nearly 119 of 120 minutes the past two meetings — is confidence.

“The first thing is kids have to believe they can win the game, so many times kids get overwhelmed by the other teams’ talent, and before you know it you’re down three or four scores,” Tucker said. “I think our players, from an experience standpoint, they knew we matched up with these guys, it’s not so much about what they do, it’s how we execute and how hard we play.

“So the mindset going into the game helped a lot, and then just knowing their offense and what to expect, there was no secrets what they were going to try to do and how they were going to try to do it, and it was just making sure that our kids were prepared, and they were.”

Tucker is ready to get to work in Boulder and restore Colorado to its championship caliber status.

“First and foremost, we’ll have the best conditioned team, we’ll be based in techniques and fundamentals,” Tucker said. “Our players will play smart, we won’t beat ourselves, we’ll play fast, and we want to play a physical brand of football, we will be extremely physical.”

Colorado hires Georgia defensive coordinator Mel Tucker

BOULDER, Colo. -- Mel Tucker doesn't shy away from setting the expectations high.

Because lately that's the only level he's known.

Colorado hired the Georgia defensive coordinator as its football coach Wednesday after he helped rebuild the Bulldogs into a national contender. He wants to bring that same sort of swagger to Boulder.

Not down the road, either, but pronto.

"Colorado should be a 'no excuse' program,'" Tucker said in a statement. "There's absolutely no reason we can't achieve success at an extremely high level."

Tucker receives a five-year, $14.75 million contract under a deal that's pending approval from the board of regents. He starts immediately and won't coach Georgia in the Sugar Bowl against Texas on New Year's Day.

The 46-year-old Tucker replaces Mike MacIntyre, who was fired with a game remaining in the season and the team mired in a six-game skid. The Buffaloes lost their final game under interim coach Kurt Roper to miss a bowl berth for a second straight season.

After several stints as an NFL defensive coordinator, Tucker became an assistant head coach for Nick Saban at Alabama in 2015. He spent a season with the Crimson Tide -- capturing a national title -- before following coach Kirby Smart to Georgia to build a feisty defense. The Bulldogs lost to Alabama last weekend in the SEC championship contest and in overtime last season in the championship game.

Tucker has never been a head coach on the collegiate level, but has learned under some big names. He helped Ohio State and Jim Tressel to a national title as a defensive backs coach in 2002 and was brought on board by Saban on three different occasions.

"I've known Mel for well over 20 years and he is one of the brightest coaches in our profession," Saban said. "They are getting a guy with a great personality, who knows college football, works hard each and every day, and does it with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and positive energy."

Tressel couldn't agree more.

"The Buffalo football family will thrive under Mel's leadership," he said. "A man with high expectations for himself and his student-athletes, Colorado football will enjoy a terrific recruiter, football strategist, and an `all-in' member of the community."

This won't be the first time that Colorado has hired someone without any previous collegiate head coaching experience. Tucker joins a list that includes such names as Dal Ward (1948), Sonny Grandelius (1959), Eddie Crowder (1963), Bill McCartney (1982), Rick Neuheisel (1995) and Jon Embree (2011).

McCartney led the Buffaloes to a national title in 1990.

"If you go back last month when I talked about what I wanted in our next head coach, you'll find that Mel checks all those boxes," athletic director Rick George said. "He has great experience and a terrific pedigree. I like the way he coaches football, his toughness and accountability. Those are the things we were looking for."

On the pro level, Tucker has served as a defensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and Chicago Bears. He also was the interim head coach for Jacksonville over the final five games in 2011 after Jack Del Rio was fired.

"I'm excited, my family is excited and we've been associated with some very good programs, winning national championships at Ohio State and Alabama with a lot of success elsewhere along the way," said Tucker, who was a defensive back at Wisconsin under Barry Alvarez. "There's no reason we can't experience the same at Colorado. It is a sleeping giant."

Especially with some of the talent he has returning. Like receiver Laviska Shenault, who earned all-conference honors after 86 catches for 1,011 yards and six TDs despite missing a few games with a toe ailment. There's also quarterback Steven Montez, who threw for 2,849 yards.

The Buffaloes started off with five straight wins before going into a tailspin that ultimately cost MacIntyre his job. MacIntyre was voted AP college football coach of the year after leading the Buffaloes to a Pac-12 South title and 10 victories in 2016. That was his only winning season at Colorado.

"There's no learning curve with Mel. He's been in the business," George said. "We brought him here to win now, and I truly believe Mel will make us a winner next year."

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#6 Julio Jones • Alabama Crimson Tide football • BCS National Championship Game • American football • Atlanta Falcons


Watch: Julio Jones coaches up Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy before game

Julio Jones
One of the nice things about playing at Alabama is the network of alumni you have a connection to. Take for example what was surrounding Jerry Jeudy as he was warming up for the National Championship Game on Monday at Levi’s Stadium.

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones, who starred at Alabama from 2008-2010, was down in the end zone coaching up Jeudy before the game.

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Jeudy entered the game with 63 catches for 1,176 yards and 13 touchdowns this season. In his best season at Alabama, Jones had 78 catches for 1,133 yards and 7 touchdowns. Jeudy’s numbers compare pretty well to the NFL star.

VIDEO: Alabama Legend Julio Jones Coaches Up WR Jerry Jeudy Before National Title Game

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Real recognize real. Julio Jones giving Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy some pointers before the

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​​Jones is one of the best receivers in the NFL and he loves ​his Crimson Tide.

You've got to feel bad for the Clemson defensive backs. Jeudy is dangerous as it is. Now that Jones coached him up right before kickoff, he's probably going to explode for a MONSTER game.

#7 John Travolta • Hair loss

#eslomaz #farandula #famosos #espectaculo #espectacular #cultura #culturapop #men #instamen #menstyle #fashion #johntravolta

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John Travolta finally admits his baldness and shaves his head

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John Travolta (Credit:  Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic)

John Travolta has been in denial for some years about the status of his hair, but now it seems he’s finally embraced his baldness.

In a picture posted to his Instagram page yesterday, he appeared with his daughter Ella, and wished fans a Happy New Year.The snap finds him clean shaven up top, and, frankly, it’s gone down like a house on fire.

“Digging the bald look on you!!!” said one fan.

“John, hair is so overrated, love the picture. Very Handsome,” added another.

“Bald is sooo much better!”

“You sir are one handsome man. The icon of our generation! Bald or wigged do whatever makes you happy.”

Indeed, he’s strangely vacillated over the years, appearing with more hair, then less hair, then more hair again, confounding both fans and science.

One of his most famous scenes from Saturday Night Fever even includes a tense exchange between a young Travolta and his father over his hair at the dinner table.

And who could forget his iconic greased quiff from Grease.

Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta in Grease (Credit: Paramount Pictures)

Just let us know the date of the official comb-burning ceremony, John. We’ll be there.

John Travolta unveils new bald look on Instagram

It's a new year, and actor John Travolta is rocking a smooth new 'do.

The "Grease" star took to Instagram on Monday to share a snapshot of himself sporting a bald, shaved head. "I hope everyone had a great New Year!" Travolta, 64, captioned the photo, which also featured his daughter, Ella.

For the most part, fans seemed to dig the lockless look.

I'm so shook!!! Scientologist and actor #JohnTravolta is on Instagram and he just shared a photo of himself without his usual wigs!!! 

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Travolta did not say what prompted the change.

#8 Pete Davidson

hi I stole these from lots of ppl. credit to y'all!??? BUT CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS CONTENT TODAY. #petedavidson #cutie #husband #helovesbangingthings #nervousbean #hessocute

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Pete Davidson making impromptu appearance at College Street Music Hall

Pete Davidson making impromptu appearance at College Street Music Hall
Pete Davidson will stop in New Haven Jan. 11. (Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic)

Pete Davidson, the young “Saturday Night Live” regular whose off-camera behavior has frequently landed him in the news, will perform Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. at College Street Music Hall in New Haven. The show was announced Monday afternoon.

The show is billed as “Pete Davidson & Friends,” though the “friends” have not been specified. Davidson, who’s known his snarky and self-deprecating slacker-styled humor, has performed similarly titled shows in recent months with an assortment of lesser-known stand-up comedians. The Jan. 11 show is part of a brief spate of just-announced shows, including two in Tarrytown, N.Y., on Jan. 12, not far from where Davidson grew up in Staten Island.

Davidson joined the “Saturday Night Live” cast in 2014, when he was just 20 years old. (He turned 25 this past November.) His short-lived engagement to pop star Ariana Grande this past summer was the grist for several “SNL” sketches in September. The engagement was called off in October. In November, Davidson was accused of insensitivity when he described Congressman (and former Navy Seal) Dan Crenshaw as looking like “a hitman in a porno movie.” Crenshaw appeared on the next episode of the show to receive an on-air apology from Davidson.

Last month Davidson made headlines again when he posted on Instagram that "I really don’t want to be on this Earth anymore,” prompting New York police to visit the “Saturday Night Live” studio for a “wellness check.”

As is becoming common with some artists, those whose attend the Pete Davidson show at College Street Music Hall will have to place their cellphones and other electronic devices in “Yondr pouches” that won’t be unlocked until after the show is over. “Anyone caught with a cellphone will be immediately ejected,” College Street Music Hall warns in a statement.

College Street Music Hall is at 238 College St. in downtown New Haven. The venue, which mainly does rock concerts, has also attracted shows by some major comedians over the years, sometimes at short notice. Aziz Ansari made College Street Music Hall one of the stops on his comeback tour in September, and Mike Birbiglia worked out material there for what became his current Broadway show “The New One.”

Tickets to the Jan. 12 “Pete Davidson & Friends” show cost $32.04 and are available through Ticketfly, 877-987-6487. More information is at

Chris Arnott can be reached at [email protected]

SNL star Pete Davidson making an impromptu performance in New Haven

By: Jesse Gosselin 

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) - On Monday afternoon, staff at College Street Music Hallannounced that Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson will be performing in New Haven this Friday night in an impromptu performance.

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The show is called "Pete Davidson & Friends", but it is unclear who will be joining Davidson on stage. The show is part of a new batch of just-announced shows, including Tarrytown, New York, on Saturday night (SNL is a repeat).

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According to College Street Music Hall, no cellphones will be allowed at the event. Cellphones will be placed in Yondr pouches, and will be unlocked after the performance. Anyone caught using a cellphone will be ejected.

More details about the show are available here.



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Hello Again and Thanks for reading it is I David "IT40" Ellenberger with an update on the status of my lawsuit against Alphabet inc case # 4:20-CV-04877-SBA  and the website and life in general. By now if you regularly visit you may have read this section "author info" or Bio. So I am adding to it with more bio and more info. I originally liked the idea of voting on the internet 20-25 years ago when I first got online with WebTV (does anyone remember that?).

The technology at that time was not advanced enough to easily be able to vote online or watch videos or much else for that matter but I was hooked and look at what we can do now with videos, IOT, and everything else, but I digress. I started about 5 years ago and the user base has been going up steadily ever since. I wanted to be another Facebook, with music and voting and that is all coming together slowly but surely. BTW if you want to help or have any interest please feel free to email me anytime.

Now in my previous Author Info or bio page I made it clear or at least I thought I made it clear, I am personally suing Alphabet inc. in Federal Court for Fraud. I have evidence to prove they are not counting all the pageviews, among other things and defrauding myself and probably millions of other website owners and content creators out of Billions of dollars. So if I wasn't clear or you didn't know it's true I am suing Alphabet inc. in Federal Court for Fraud the case was recently moved from my state of Kentucky to N. California to make it easier for Alphabet inc. to steam roll me or so they think. Needless to say if you are interested and I hope you are you can look the case up online under my name "David Russell Ellenberger" or the case # which is 4:20-CV-04877-SBA.

Now, I want to make it clear to you and everyone that I am not suing Alphabet inc. aka Google for fraud just because I want a million dollars for nothing. I am suing Google for fraud because I think they are committing  a serious crime with worldwide and societal ramifications, it is a  very serious problem.  I am suing Google for fraud because to put it simply the analytics numbers don't add up at least not in my favor or yours, there is something very fishy going on with the Google analytics numbers. Of course Google has an excuse for every one of them but I have reasons and the actual numbers and they don't add up, more about the numbers later.

Companies like Google are making Billions of dollars a year in profits telling us data is the most valuable thing and misleading us and misdirecting the media and the world every chance they can.  Now data is valuable and they are making billions in profits seemingly like magic but there is no magic to it just corruption and lies. One thing Alphabet inc. aka Google is really making their money from and that is advertising dollars and they are putting all of this advertising on the websites other people have created.

Websites that I have created and  websites you have created and websites millions of others around the world have created websites or content. For example Just writing a text is creating content and that's where Google puts the billions in advertising they receive and keeping most of it for themselves. Yes content others have created and yet somehow they are keeping almost all of these billions for themselves and not distributing it equitably to the real workers the true content creators who actually deserve the advertising monies. Google has made it's billions on the backs of you and me. Think about that for a minute, how can they continue to justify this? They Can't, it has to change.

For example if I were to prevail in the current lawsuit just half of the monies or $20 billion put into a basic account and compounded at 5% annually we could realistically employ over 80,000 people at $24,000 a year, indefinitely.  Sounds unbelievable but its true and if we only employed 40,000 people we could pay them approx. $48,000 a year indefinitely. Its all true. Its simply a matter of having the money and the will to do it. Now is 40,000 people a lot well yes it would be a lot of employees but with more money simply put into a trust account we could employ more people

I David Russell Ellenberger through my website am suing Google to try to help right a wrong. A wrong committed by Google that has simply gotten out of hand. Most people may think they can't do anything about it. Nothing can stop Google, the politicians don't care they use all of Googles data to further their own campaigns and line their own pockets while the rest of us keep on creating the content for Google, nothing can be done, this however is not the case, we can do something.

The politicians and Alphabet inc. aka Google have done nothing to help society at large other than organize it so they can keep more money in secret and pay off all their buddies with their fraudulently obtained money. It's gotten so bad that the politicians and others in control won't even talk about it, they ignore it and hope it goes away, they won't even try to stop google because it is helping them too much and maybe they are scared of Google or who knows what they may be thinking. But it looks like fraud and it's coming to an end.

I'm telling you we can do something and I David Russell Ellenberger an average citizen Content Creator am saying to you, I'm not scared of Google because I have nothing left to loose.  I David Russell Ellenberger am telling you there is something you too can do, if nothing else, tell all your friends to come to aka IT40, believe these words and Create your Content.

Further I promise to you and all who read this if we do prevail in the lawsuit against Alphabet Inc. We will use half of any monies we may receive to pay "content creators" a living wage. I pledge to anyone who is reading this, we will use half of any monies we may receive to help those who really do want to work on the internet and create content and tell us what they think. We will use half of any money so you can Get Paid, we want you to get paid for the content you create and get paid everyday and Get Paid to Vote create data and to be able to do this work online and from your home or anywhere in the world you care to be. Because in the words of an ancient scholar Y-O-U are the business Y-O-U are creating all the data, Y-O-U are the content creators and Y-O-U are all that matters.

Now the main thing I want you to take away form this and to know, Alphabet inc. is and has been committing fraud against you, me and everyone who uses the internet. I don't think Google started out to defraud the world it has just degenerated into this endless morass of corruption and fraud and no one seems to care, Well I care and I know you care too.  Sadly Google has been doing this with impunity for years and it is only getting worse. Please don't let them fool you with their lies and obfuscation. Do some research create some content build a website and research the analytics numbers you will find I am right. Google owes you, me and everyone online thousands if not 10's of thousands of dollars for all the data and advertising dollars they have co-opted from you and the rest of the world. So join with me don't use any Google products or file your own lawsuit in federal court against Alphabet inc. I will be glad to help you any way I can and show you how to do it if need be. It will take a sincere effort on your part but it will definitely help your self esteem, society and the world.

Now that's about all I have to say on this subject for now.  I will tell you this if you want more information or you have questions or comments for me, my email is [email protected] Thank you for reading looking and listening and believing in Please tell all your friends about us and don't forget to vote Thumbs up or down and refresh your page when your done. One last Thing, I need all the help I can get I am only 1 person but together and with todays technology we can move mountains and reframe society and our world the way we want it to be. One final note let me tell you about a new website coming to the world called Thank you ttyl



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