World Naked Bike Ride Is Exactly What It Sounds Like
World Naked Bike Ride Is Exactly What It Sounds Like
Obama Salutes the People of Paris for Insisting on the UN Climate Talks
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Thousands of bikers took to the streets this weekend to ride their bikes in the buff, as part of the annual World Naked Bike Ride event. The clothing-optional bike rides has taken place in at least 70 cities and 20 countries around the world. Organizers say it is to demonstrate the vulnerability of cyclists on the road and to protest against oil dependency. Although Saturday is the official Naked Bike Ride date in the northern hemisphere, some cities — including New York — held rides on other dates.
The U.S President Barak Obama said Monday, that the UN climate talks in Paris are an act of defiance after the barbaric terrorist attacks in the city on November 13. Obama offered his condolences to the people Paris and said that he salute the people for insisting this crucial conference go on. He added “what greater rejection of those who would tear down our world than marshalling our best efforts to save it.” More than 130 heads of state and government are attending the first day of the two-week talks, instructing their negotiating teams on coming to a deal. Each leader has been allotted three minutes for a short speech. Obama said, pointing out that 2015 was on course to be the warmest year on record, that “our understanding of the ways human beings disrupt the climate advances by the day.” He said he was attending personally because the US embraces its, “responsibility to do something about it.”
A girl of about 5 skips past the camera wearing purple polka-dot tights and a blue dress. Seated behind her, a woman with a thick British accent is delivering a lecture on the conflict in the Middle East. “The amount of Muslim children—I won’t even use the word Palestinian—Muslim children in the custody of those filthy Jews…” she says, her matter-of-fact tone standing in sharp contrast to the shocking words spilling out of her mouth.
A suspected burglar who attempted to enter a California home through the chimney died on Saturday after the homeowner lit a fire without realizing the intruder was inside, police said. The man appeared to have climbed into the chimney during the night while the owner was away and then became stuck. The owner of the home in Huron lit a fire in his fireplace on Saturday afternoon but then heard a man yelling inside the chimney as the house filled with smoke.
With just 71 days to go until the New Hampshire primary, public polls are offering little guidance on the state of the Democratic race in the first-in-the-nation primary. A slew of surveys in recent weeks suggests everything from a narrow Hillary Clinton advantage to a comfortable lead for Bernie Sanders. It’s been that way for much of the year. Clinton posted large leads through Memorial Day – until Sanders suddenly emerged here as a legitimate threat to the Clinton juggernaut. By early August, Sanders finally passed the frontrunner – first in a poll conducted for the Boston Herald, but then in the subsequent eight public surveys up until mid-October. The Vermont senator’s leads in those polls varied wildly – Sanders posted double-digit leads in live-caller surveys, but also registered a gaping 22-percentage-point advantage in an online, CBS News/YouGov poll in early September.
So are we going to have another smash hit like “Gangnam Style”? Since becoming an international sensation more than three years ago, PSY, the Soute Korean rapper is set to release his first album since than. The rapper says the pressure to live up to that success caused him to take his time with his next project. PSY said at a news conference in Seoul on Monday, a day before "Chiljip PSY-Da" debuts, "There were many thoughts going around in my head, including thoughts like 'If I write like this, it would be not as good as Gangnam Style,' and 'If I write like this, the international audience will not understand,' so it took me a very long time to organize all those thoughts into one.” "Gangnam Style," part of the album "PSY 6," recorded 2.46 billion views on YouTube, becoming the most viewed YouTube video of all-time. The new album includes songs of various genres, including dance music, hip-hop and punk which PSY said he tried to include many emotions, including happiness, anger, sadness, joy, love, hatred and greed, as he had done in his past albums.
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