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46 Stylish Things So Popular Amazon Can Barely Keep Them In Stock

In the era of Mean Girls and other early ‘00s flicks, being popular meant something entirely different than it does now. Back then, low-rise everything, graphic tanks, and frosty white eyeshadow were the determinants of social capital. Nowadays, the parameters of popularity are much more varied and thankfully less reliant on high school cliques. It’s easier to track what’s trending with the technology we have at our fingertips, and there are dozens of super stylish things on Amazon that are so popular they keep selling out. These days, all you need to do to jump in on internet trends is, well, read a list like this. We’ve carefully combed through Amazon’s best-selling products to curate it, so everyone has been selected with care. To paraphrase Kristen Chenowith in Wicked, these items are

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Aaron Rodgers Can Add Odell Beckham Jr.’s Name to His Lengthy List of Grievances Against the Green Bay Packers

After a tough start to the 2021 season, star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. changed his scenery after departing from the Cleveland Browns and signing with the Los Angeles Rams. Beckham’s free agency process featured a heavy push from the Green Bay Packers. However, it turns out that an all-too-familiar factor led the star wideout to Los Angeles instead of playing with Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. Odell Beckham Jr. signs with the Rams Rams official welcome to Odell Beckham Jr.: pic.twitter.com/NOweXRddvY— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 11, 2021 Beckham’s first two seasons with the Browns featured health problems and inconsistent production. These issues hit a breaking point in the 2021 campaign as his diminished role within the offense, and lackluster individual numbers

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David de Gea proud of his team but admits ‘strange’ situation at Manchester United

David de Gea was pleased with Manchester United’s performance on Sunday (Picture: Getty Images)David de Gea admits the managerial situation at Manchester United is strange at the moment, but is proud of how his team competed in the 1-1 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. The Red Devils picked up their second impressive result in two matches under the caretaker stewardship of Michael Carrick after a 2-0 win at Villarreal on Tuesday. Jadon Sancho gave United a shock lead as he burst through on goal after a Jorginho mistake five minutes into the second half, only for the Italy international to equalise from the penalty spot 19 minutes later. The Blues had the better of the match, by far, and Antonio Rudiger missed a golden opportunity to win it at the death, but Manches...

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NFL Referee Shawn Hochuli Saved Aaron Rodgers From Making a Huge Mistake and Gifted the Packers a Touchdown

(L-R) Aaron Rodgers, Shawn Hochuli | Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images; Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images.The Week 11 Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings game was an exciting back-and-forth affair. While the Vikings ultimately prevailed 34-31, Green Bay was in it Aaron Rodgers got himself in a bit of a pickle in the second half of the Green Bay Packers’ loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11. He was about to call a timeout on a big drive, but referee Shawn Hochuli didn’t award it to him. The play ended up working out well for Rodgers, and he shouted out Hochuli for his good call in an interview following the game. This brought more attention to the referee, whose name should already be familiar to NFL fans, thanks to his well-known dad. One of the bigges...

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‘Not good enough’ – Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Roy Keane slam Chelsea forward Timo Werner after Manchester United draw

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Roy Keane criticised Chelsea forward Timo Werner (Pictures: Sky Sports)Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Roy Keane slammed Timo Werner after Chelsea’s frustrating draw with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. Jorginho gifted Red Devils summer signing Jadon Sancho his first Premier League goal shortly after half-time, but made amends 20 minutes later with an equaliser from the penalty spot. Germany international Werner flattered to deceive against Michael Carrick’s Manchester United, missing two chances much to the frustration of former Chelsea striker Hasselbaink and Red Devils legend Keane. Asked to rate Werner’s performance, Hasselbaink told Sky Sports: ‘Poor, poor. ‘With the ball, without the ball, poor. Normally he is really sharp with his runs. ...

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‘Let’s reduce the misery’

Spectators watch a cock fight in 2000 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where cockfighting remains popular. Since then, the last three states in the United States where it was legal, Oklahoma, Louisiana and New Mexico, have banned the practice. | TOMAS VAN HOUTRYVE, APChicago Congressman Mike Quigley is leading an effort to get the United States Postal Service to crack down on shipments of fighting birds. Before we consider the issue that U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley (D-5th) phoned me to talk about last week — shipping fighting birds through the United States Postal Service — we need to wrap our heads around the general idea of animals being sent through the mail. It is a common practice. “They sent me a list of things you can legally mail,” Quigley said. “Poultry, honeybees, scorpions, live adult birds

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Evander Kane to be placed on waivers by San Jose Sharks

CHICAGO — The Sharks are placing Evander Kane on waivers today, this news organization has learned. Assuming Kane clears waivers Monday, he will be assigned the Barracuda of the AHL. Kane’s 21-game suspension for violating the NHL/NHLPA’s COVID protocol ends Monday. Kane, 30, has not skated or practiced with the team since the start of training camp in September. The Sharks are playing the Chicago Blackhawks tonight at the United Center, the first game of a five-game road trip. The Barracuda is expected to hold practice Monday morning at Sharks Ice in San Jose. Please check back with updates to this developing story.   ...read more Source:: The Mercury News – Latest News...

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Stanford football: The ugliest scoreboard in 15 years

STANFORD – Stanford’s loss to No. 5 Notre Dame was a fitting end to an ugly month and the worst season in 15 years. The Cardinal finished 3-9, its worst record since going 1-11 in 2006 under Walt Harris, and lost its last seven games after upsetting Oregon. The last four losses, culminating with Saturday’s 45-14 drubbing by the Fighting Irish: were: 52-7 to Utah, 35-14 to Oregon State, and 44-11 against Cal. Composite score: 176-46. The lack of competitiveness in November appears to signal serious issues for a program that was a Pac-12 title contender for a decade but is now 11-19 in its last three seasons. “Too many mistakes, too many errors,” Stanford coach David Shaw said. “That’s going to be our focus going into next year.” Here are three big reasons for Stanford’s regression, and whet

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Is Ralf Rangnick already at the wheel? Darren Fletcher seen speaking on earpiece during Manchester United’s draw against Chelsea

Darren Fletcher was seen with an earpiece (Picture: DAZN)Manchester United fans are convinced Ralf Rangnick masterminded the side’s 1-1 against Chelsea by guiding Darren Fletcher through the match. Jadon Sancho gave United the lead at Stamford Bridge after pouncing on a poor touch from Jorginho but the Italian made amends by levelling from the spot after Aaron Wan-Bissaka brought down Thiago Silva. Michael Carrick has been in temporary charge since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s dismissal but Fletcher – United’s technical director – has been on the bench for both matches since the Norwegian’s sacking. Carrick spent the majority of the match in west London on the touchline but Fletcher was seen speaking into an earpiece on the bench. United’s backroom staff were all on the bench so...

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Rams at Green Bay packers: Live updates

The Rams (7-3) play at the Green Bay Packers (8-3) on Sunday Nov. 28 at 1:25 p.m. Keep it here for live updates from reporter Kevin Modesti from Green Bay along with analysis and stats during and after the game. Follow reporter Kevin Modesti and subscribe for Rams updates all season long. Sign up for the Horn Blasts Rams newsletter. Live Updates: A Twitter List by InsideSoCalSpts Related Articles Rams-Packers at Lambeau Field has elements of a ‘playoff game’ Rams at Green Bay Packers: Who has the edge? Rams want big second helpings of Odell Beckham Jr., Von Miller In Rams-Packers, Aaron Donald returns to scene of the crying Alexander: What did St. Louis gain with...

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Pac-12 rewind: Division clarity, bowl math, QB whiffs, coaching stability, twin collapses and more

Recapping the best and worst of Week 13 in Pac-12 football … Theme of the week I: Blowouts Six of the seven games were decided by at least two scores. We had hoped for drama but received very little on the final weekend of conference play. Thankfully, rivalry games in other leagues (Big Ten, Big 12 and SEC) produced an epic Saturday. Theme of the week II: Coaching news Arizona State athletic director Ray Anderson reportedly told the Sun Devils that coach Herm Edwards would return for 2022. Meanwhile, WSU removed the interim tag from Jake Dickert and Oregon State locked up Jonathan Smith through 2027. There is much to be said for stability, especially when the supply of quality options in the marketplace is limited. What might have been a massive amount of turnover at the top should be limi

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Who Is Lindsay Lohan Engaged To? What To Know About Bader Shammas

If you’ve been keeping up with celebrities’ social lives since a (too)-young age, you might remember the epic crossover event that was Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and Britney Spears’ 2006 night out. The trio’s car ride, cemented in pop culture history as “The Holy Trinity,” happened amid a tense time for the friends, er, frenemies — as Hilton recalled earlier this year, it was pretty much “high school drama” in an era when “the media really enjoyed having girls feud with each other.” Why does the awkward night out matter now? Well, somehow the stars aligned so that the trio is checking off major milestones at the same time. Spears is happily engaged and charting her post-conservatorship life, Hilton is a newlywed, and, 15 years and one day after that iconic night out, Lohan is engaged he...

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Pacific Grove: Monarch numbers continue to climb

PACIFIC GROVE — Butterfly Town is a flutter once again with monarchs, but although the numbers of winged creatures returning to Pacific Grove have significantly increased this year, experts say there’s still a long way to go. More than 100,000 butterflies have been counted this season compared to the 2,000 last year, but this is still a tiny fraction of the historical numbers of a million monarchs fluttering in the sky. “Now we can say that we have at least 100,000, which is pretty exciting,” said Emma Pelton, a senior conservation biologist with Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. “This year is reason to hope it’s not too late to save the migration, but one year of relatively better numbers is still a long way from recovery.” A monarch butterfly feeding in Ceanothus. (Sharon Hul

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Stephen Sondheim Rewrote His ‘Tick Tick Boom’ Voicemail Dialogue: ‘I Would Never Say That’

The surely wide slice of the Venn diagram including fans of Stephen Sondheim, Jonathan Larson, and Lin-Manuel Miranda — I mean, really, what musical theater fan doesn’t worship these three? — were treated to quite the cameo moment in the new Netflix film “Tick Tick Boom.” Directed by Miranda in his filmmaking debut, the film is based on Larson’s posthumous musical (starring Andrew Garfield as the “Rent” composer himself), and chronicles his struggles to break into Broadway (and not sell out) at the age of 30. In the movie, when Larson presents his musical “Superbia” to an audience of peers and producers, he’s stunned to see Stephen Sondheim (played by Bradley Whitford) sneaking into the back of the audience. Later in the movie, Garfield’s Larson receives a voicemail from Sondheim encourag

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