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AEW’s Latest Trademarks Hint at Game Mode for Upcoming AEW Video Game

All Elite Wrestling filed for a pair of new trademarks last week, both of which point at its upcoming untitled video game having a general manager mode. The trademarks were filed as “All Elite Wrestling: Elite General Manager” and “Elite GM,” and were described as “Downloadable game software; Downloadable computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones; Downloadable electronic game software for use on handheld computers and mobile gaming devices; Downloadable video game programs; Recorded video game software.”

GM Mode was once a staple of WWE games back in the mid-2000s with the SmackDown vs. Raw titles, where a player could book a weekly television show and compete over ratings. But starting with SVR 2010 that mode was changed to Universe Mode, and it has not returned since.

Back in February The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega, the latter of whom has been credited with helping develop AEW’s

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3 “Strong Buy” Stocks That Are Flirting With a Bottom

In the investing game, it’s not only about what you buy; it’s about when you buy it. One of the most common pieces of advice thrown around the Street, “buy low” is touted as a tried-and-true tactic.Sure, the strategy seems simple. Stock prices naturally fluctuate on the basis of several factors like earnings results and the macro environment, amongst others, with investors trying to time the market and determine when stocks have hit a bottom. In practice, however, executing on this strategy is no easy task.On top of this, given the volatility that has ruled the markets over the last few weeks, how are investors supposed to gauge when a name is flirting with a bottom? That’s where the Wall Street pros come in.These expert stock pickers have identified three compelling tickers whose current share prices land close to

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Watch Sen Carper Drop a String of F-Bombs During Postmaster General DeJoy’s Hearing (Video)

Democratic senator Tom Carper was caught on a hot mic uttering a string of profanities during the Senate’s remote questioning of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy Friday morning.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic and the current Senate recess, DeJoy, a Republican fundraiser, fielded questions about the United States Postal Service’s financial situation from the Senate Homeland Security Committee over Zoom. Apparently, Carper was having some difficulties with his audio.

In the clip, posted far and wide by observers and available below, Carper was called on to question DeJoy but there was only silence, so the Delaware politician was skipped over in favor of Sen. James Lankford. Carper then appeared on-screen, peering at someone out of the frame and uttering “F—! F—! F—!”

An aide appears on screen an attempts to fix something on Carper’s computer.

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Belarus Shut Down the Internet to Stop a Wild Viral Video of Its President

After a weekend of mass protests across Belarus and amid calls for a general strike, President Alexander Lukashenko decided to once again turn off his country’s internet.

Lukashenko’s decision to disconnect millions of people was not the result of the largest opposition rally in Belarus’ history, but because some workers at a military truck factory booed him while he was giving a speech. 

Lukashenko had traveled to the factory on Monday morning via helicopter to avoid the protesters filling the streets of Minsk. Even the audience at the MZKT factory had been selected to include only the most loyal workers.

But despite the efforts to shield Lukashenko from the growing anger towards him, the crowd at the factory began to drown out the president’s speech with shouts of “Leave” and  “Resign.”

A clearly angry Lukashenko responded to the shouting workers, saying: “Are you saying the elections were unfair and you

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This 3-axis handheld gimbal stabilizer helps you shoot better video for just $161

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Professionals get that smooth-as-glass look from their video by using a three-axis stabilizer — a handheld gadget that flattens out all the jitter from your video no matter what kind of side-to-side, up-and-down or back-and-forth movement you make. It’s a modern version of the Steadicam, and is an essential tool for stepping up your video quality (just ask any social media influencer). These gadgets can get pricey, but the Zhiyun Crane M2 is usually priced at $269. Right now, you can get the Zhiyun Crane M2 for $161 when you apply discount code CRM2DPLS at checkout. That’ll save you $108.

You can find this gimbal at a variety of retailers, though this is the best price I was able to find by a wide margin — it’s full price at B&H and selling for $199 on Amazon.   

The Zhiyun Crane M2 is designed for smaller cameras; it’ll accommodate

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