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Google Reviewed 2017 And It’s Enough To Make Us All Cry

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The online search engine’s 2-minute video, released Wednesday, highlights what people have been looking up over the last 12 months. The clip focuses on one term ― “How.”

Such as:

* How much will the wall cost

* How to board up a window

* How to run for office

Some of the search terms were related to Donald Trump’s presidency, but many showed people’s humanity as they asked how they could help hurricane victims, refugees and others in times of need.

Google also revealed its major global search trends of the past year (scroll down to see U.S. searches).

Searches worldwide:

1. Hurricane Irma

2. iPhone 8

3. iPhone X

4. Matt Lauer

5. Meghan Markle

Global news:

1. Hurricane Irma

2. Bitcoin

3. Las Vegas Shooting

4. North Korea

5. Solar eclipse

Global actors:

1. Meghan Markle

2. Kevin Spacey

3. Gal Gadot

4. Louis C.K.

5. Bill Skarsgard

Global musicians and bands:

1. Ariana Grande

2. Linkin Park

3. Lady Gaga

4. Mariah Carey

5. Ed Sheeran

Global TV shows:

1. “Stranger Things”

2. “13 Reasons Why”

3. “Big Brother Brasil”

4. “Game of Thrones”

5. “Iron Fist”

Global movies:

1. “IT”

2. “Wonder Woman”

3. “Beauty and the Beast”

4. “Logan”

5. “Justice League”

Global sporting events:

1. Wimbledon

2. Super Bowl

3. Mayweather vs. McGregor fight

4. Tour de France

5. World Series

U.S. protests:

1. NFL national anthem protests

2. Charlottesville protests

3. Boston Free Speech rally

4. U.C. Berkeley protests

5. St. Louis protests

U.S. athletes:

1. Floyd Mayweather

2. Gordon Hayward

3. Aaron Boone

4. Paul George

5. Tony Romo

U.S. sports teams:

1. New York Yankees

2. Houston Astros

3. Boston Celtics

4. Los Angeles Dodgers

5. Atlanta Falcons

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R. Lee Ermey, ‘Full Metal Jacket’ Actor, Dies at 74

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R. Lee Ermey, who played Gunnery Sgt. Hartman in Full Metal Jacket, died Sunday morning, according to his manager. He was 74. “It is with great sadness that I regret to inform you all that R. Lee Ermey (‘The Gunny’) passed away this morning from complications of pneumonia,” a statement read on Ermey’s official Twitter account. “He will be greatly missed by all of us.” Ermey also appearted in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Se7en, and voiced the character Sarge in Toy Story. Ermey served in the Marines as a staff sergeant and drill instructor. According to Variety, he was stationed in Okinawa, Japan, and Vietnam in the late 1960s. He was a technical adviser to Francis Ford Coppola and had a small role in Apocalypse Now. He was also supposed to serve as an adviser to Stanley Kubrick in the making of Full Metal Jacket, but was then cast in the movie itself. Ermey was allowed to improvise, write, and edit his own dialogue for the film, and only took “two or three takes to finish a scene.” He was nominated for a supporting actor Golden Globe for the role.

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Kellyanne Conway: I Was Just Joking When I Said James Comey ‘Swung an Election’

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In an interview with Good Morning America Monday, senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway turned heads when she said former FBI Director James Comey “swung an election” with the actions he took in 2016. The remarks appeared to undercut a main talking point pushed by Conway’s boss, President Donald Trump, that Hillary Clinton lost on her own incompetence as a candidate. And moments after the interview aired, Conway told The Daily Beast that she was being tongue-in-cheek. “I rolled my eyes and said ‘Really, this guy swung an election?’ It was sarcastic,” she said. Elsewhere in the interview, Conway accused Comey of being motivated by politics and love of power. She said he “struggled to answer basic questions and he looked a little shaky” in the 20/20 interview pegged to his new book, A Higher Loyalty. When George Stephanopoulos told Conway that Comey took Trump’s comment calling Michael Flynn “a good guy” to be “directions” to drop the investigation, she replied that Comey did nothing about it. “What did he do with it? Did he run out and tell the attorney general, ‘Please come in here, I feel uncomfortable?’” Conway said. “This man loved being in the proximity of power… until he got fired and wrote a book.” When asked if she knew what President Trump thought of the interview, she said: “The president is very confounded that this person is always able to divert the spotlight to him… He was a very deft way of making things about him.”

 

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Odyssey business improvement Work smarter, not harder

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