Despite not being very well today Alastair knows how to make me happy on a day like this. He signed off with saying "but from me and all of us here, a very good night to you. Bye-bye." that is followed by him sorting out the papers before focusing his attention on his pen and as you can tell he goes down the usual route of putting it away before shutting down the computer for the night. He has done well to keep his performance consistent this week because I was waiting for him to change his mind but he didn't and despite the issues on ITV News London that wasn't his fault he delivered his best performance of the week I promise you that next week that things will be different and that I'll be able to do more back to back reaction videos. #itvnews#latenightfilming#lifeofanautisticadult#newsanchor#journalist#caughtintheact#uptohisoldtricksagain#roundtwo#hypermood#happybunny#ritual
Melbourne bound for a couple of days......aren’t I lucky to have public transport that takes me virtually door to door so I don’t have to navigate the tolls and traffic. More frequent bus services to Melbourne, timed particularly with peak hour would be great though, meaning even more people can enjoy living and playing in the country. PS - next week I’m starting a part time print journalist role, close to home! Super excited. Spark Rural is not going anywhere, it just means that I can continue to build the brand and value proposition organically, without the pressure or social isolation. #tbc
Mariah Idrissi made history when she became the first Muslim hijab-wearing model to star in an international fashion campaign for H&M.
The advert made headlines across the globe and propelled Mariah into the limelight as an influencer and modest fashion advocate.
Through modest fashion young Muslin women such as Mariah have found a way to express their style credentials, while still adhering to their beliefs.
During her interview with @esinsider, she said: “I feel like modest fashion is just a branch of mainstream fashion and so a lot of the trends just follow what’s going on already, they just add a bit more sleeve or make something more loose-fitting.” _
Yes, I'm standing on a bed – but it was the only way to get a full-length shot so I can say THANK YOU INSTAGRAM for helping me find my dress 💃 When I gave up walking for hours around shopping malls not having a clue where to find a fancy gown for not too much 💸, all your advice on where to look (ahem, ASOS) was more helpful than you know. Also shout-out to the lady in Sephora who helped me remember how make-up works 🤦🏼♀️💖🇹🇼
⚡️Всё внимание персонала и гостей было обращено на нас.
👉🏽Задорный смех блондинок вперемешку с разговорами о Росатоме, майнинглайфе и горизонтальном бурении не могли не вызвать интереса окружающих😭💃🏻😂
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@Regran_ed from @dp_mind.and.soul - A #mall’s dress-code policy is being challenged after a former #Memphis, #Tennessee, #journalist wound up in handcuffs for filming the #arrest of a #Blackteen cited for wearing a #hoodie.
#KevinMcKenzie, a former reporter for The Commercial Appeal, said he knew something was off when he spotted a white security guard tailing a group of young #Blackmen at the #WolfchaseGalleria on Saturday. McKenzie, 56, said he was at the mall intending to visit a cellphone store when the incident unfolded. “As a 59-year-old black man and former journalist, my antenna went up,” McKenzie wrote in a Facebook post detailing the encounter. His wife Peggy, a former CA editor, also shared video McKenzie recorded as he tried stepping in on the teen’s behalf.
As the young men made their way through the mall, the journalist recalled the security guard being on them “like he was a cat after mice” and radioing for help when the teens started to outpace him. It wasn’t long before a Shelby County Swriff’s deputy arrived and kicked the teens out of the mall.
Speaking to WREG Memphis, McKenzie says he asked why the boys were asked to leave and was told that their hoodies violated a mall policy. He wasn’t buying the claim, however.
“I am disturbed that even today and especially today, probably because race is back on the front burner in America, young black men have a very hard time,” he told the news station. “They’re perceived as threats, and they shouldn’t be.” The former reporter said he’d never heard of such a policy and that he didn’t notice any of the teens with their hoods up when the security guard started following them. Wolfchase’s Code of Conduct states shoppers’ clothing “must be appropriate” but does not specifically mention hoodies, The Commercial Appeal pointed out.
“Hoodie profiling was news to me,” he added.
The teens walked back into the mall moments later to challenge the policy, only to be greeted by “at least two deputies and two Memphis police officers,” McKenzie said.
“We have rights,” he heard one of the teens say.
McKenzie, who tried to intervene, pulled out his phone as officers arrested o
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