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Check Out The Awesome Redesigned NFL Helmets of All 32 Teams

     Sure, we all love the game of football. But most of us would be lying if we didn’t admit that a major part of why we love football is because of the awesome jerseys and helmet designs. They just look so cool and practically make the players look like superheroes. And we can even go out and buy our own jerseys and hats that look exactly like the ones the players wear! So cool!! But some teams’ jersey designs have been around for way too long and a lot of us have been itching for a change. Well, lucky for us, a handful of artistic geniuses out there just released some amazing new helmet designs for all 32 NFL team!

 

     These take the boring old NFL helmet designs and brings them into the 21st century. Now, mind you, these are just concepts. So don’t get your hopes up. We may never see these awesome designs actually hit the field. No matter how much we’d love it if they did. But we think with some hype, they just might become a reality. So scroll through and pick out your favorites to share with your friends! Let’s explore these awesome newly redesigned NFL team helmets and see if we can make these designs go viral!

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Funniest Tweets From The Disastrous Fyre Festival

Here is a collection of the funniest tweets from over the weekend, so sit back and enjoy in others misery as the Fyre Festival gets roasted and toasted on Twitter.. 

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The Fyre festival was supposed to be this super luxurious music festival but quickly revealed itself as the biggest disaster in entertainment in recent years.  The festival had no organization, no signs of luxury and was a total dumpster fire from the onset.  The site resembled a disaster movie more than a music festival and festival goers and the general public had a field day roasting the festival and it’s organizers.  Here is a collection of the funniest tweets from over the weekend, so sit back and enjoy in others misery as the Fyre Festival gets roasted and toasted on Twitter.. 

You can’t tell me Ja Rule didn’t know his festival wasn’t ready, why is he lying to the festival goers, poor people had no idea the horror they were in store for.

He gets it, after Donald Trump was elected President, all chances of being shocked are out the window.  Fyre fest is a huge success, just like Donald… oops.

Comedy is sometimes the best medicine.

You are correct sir, this photo of an unfinished concierge desk perfectly sums up this mess.

The luxury accommodations are actually FEMA relief shelters used in the event of a disaster, not a music festival.

Looks like a safe place to keep all your valuables…NOT.

Expectations vs Reality is not so funny, well, yes it is.

Looks like luxury dining to me, what did this guy expect, what was promised to him?

Haha, The stereotypical rich guy on Twitter is getting roasted hard on here.

People are already roasting the festival for next year, tickets include MREs and a crossbow for self defense.

She perfectly roasts the Instagram influencers who al thought this festival would be the greatest thing ever, and it turned out to be the best thing for everyone else to roast.

Couldn’t of said it better, at least the festivals I fork out too much money for actually happen.

Yes, one hundred times over.  Who trusts Ja Rule to do anything worth a damn today?

Haha, this tweeter put all the rich millennials right in their place. 

This tweeter took the opportunity to make a political statement.

Calling it the Fraud Fest may be a better, more fitting name for the festival going forward.

Now people are just taking cheap shots at Ja Rule, isn’t he already down, why pour salt on the wound?

The Hunger Games was such a relevant comparison it was even named in the civil lawsuit filed on Monday.

This tweeter takes the high road.

These tweeters all make their little political statements which is perfect in our tough political climate.

Instead of luxury meals, these millennials were forced to eat cheese sandwiches and undressed salads, oh the humanity.

breaking out the Hunger Games comparison again, see I told you it just fits.

Calling it a concentration camp for instagram models and rich white kids is hilarious and extremely accurate.

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Singapore and Hong Kong Begin Air Travel Bubble by the End of November

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Starting on November 22, Singapore and Hong Kong will begin an air travel bubble initiative to allow the improvement of the tourism industry in both locations.

Singapore and Hong Kong plan to begin an air travel bubble at the end of November. By doing so, travelers from either city will not have to go through quarantine procedures when visiting the other, permitting improvement in the tourism industry of both locations.

Beginning on November 22, tourists from either locality must undergo a COVID-19 test and have a negative result before traveling, during arrival, and before leaving.  Each air bubble travel flight shall merely accommodate 200 passengers. Only a single flight per day shall be allowed, increasing to two per day starting on December 7.

The said air travel bubble shall be permitted as long as both cities do not attain a continuous 7-day upsurge of more than five COVID-19 cases. If this happens, however, flights shall be suspended for a couple of weeks to control possible transmission of the virus.

“Hong Kong and Singapore are similar in terms of epidemic control. Both are regional aviation hubs and international cities, enjoying strong trade, investment, finance, tourism and people-to-people ties. The revival of cross-border air travel between the two places is of utmost importance,” according to Edward Yau, Hong Kong’s secretary for commerce and economic development.

Yau stresses on the necessity of improving the retail, hotel, tourism, and aviation industries in Hong Kong. He posits that the planned air travel bubble may add a huge boost to the economic situation of the country.

Additionally, Hong Kong officials announce that residents coming from Macau or Guangdong province shall be allowed to enter the country starting November 23 without further need for quarantine procedures as long as they test negative from COVID-19. Nevertheless, they also have to register in advance. Also, the said exemption shall only be a one-way provision and Hong Kong residents who plan to travel to mainland China shall still be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.

To guarantee the safety of travelers and residents alike, the air travel bubble initiative shall put in place a daily quota temporarily. This will also inhibit overcrowding, stresses Tommy Yuen, director of special duties at the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau.

The need to prevent the resurgence of rapid COVID-19 transmission in both Hong Kong and Singapore is crucial. As of writing, Singapore has a record of 58,091 total cases while Hong Kong has only 5,408.

Various countries are now considering the necessary step of reopening their borders to outside travelers via some sort of air travel bubble arrangement. The coronavirus pandemic has already taken a total of 1,289,533 lives worldwide and continuous infection is still a major global concern.

Simultaneously, the need to rebuild economic stability is another huge consternation. The tourism industry has always been one of the major sources of revenue globally. The vast impact of the pandemic to tourism may be gradually solved by initiating air travel bubble flights, permitting a limited number of visitors to visit popular tourist hotspots without threatening the government’s efforts toward eradicating COVID-19 infection. To date, a global total of 52,432,517 cases is recorded.

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Fyre Festival is a Disaster even FEMA Can’t Clean Up

Fyre Festival was supposed to be the luxury answer to mega music festivals like Coachella but it ended up being a dumpster fyre instead. 

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Fyre Festival was supposed to be the luxury answer to mega music festivals like Coachella but it ended up being a dumpster fyre instead. If you haven’t heard of Fyre Festival then you are out of the loop because that’s all anyone seems to be talking about. A music festival claiming to bring luxury amenities to a private island in the Bahamas with top music acts and accommodations fit for royalty. That’s what people were promised when they ditched out up to $10,000 for a ticket, but what they got was described as “the Hunger Games.”

The festival was organized by Ja Rule, yes that same Ja Rule and 25-year-old entrepreneur Billy McFarland who has had a history of promising big things only to fail when it was time to deliver. They promised big music acts, cash free festival experience, with lavish bungalows and a beautiful tropical vacation. Instead of partying on yachts with the celebrity models used to promote the event, festival goers were subject to basically a tent city with cheese sandwiches and no organization at all. People were stranded on this desolate island that was more apt to film a Mad Max sequel than a luxury event.

The Monday following the event the organizers were served a $100 million dollar class-action lawsuit claiming fraud and subjecting guests to dangerous conditions. The lawsuit claims that the organizers were just doing a get-rich-quick scam from the beginning and that they knew the festival would be a failure and even told employees not to attend.

Ja Rule made a statement on Instagram apologizing to guests saying the event was not a scam and things just got out of control. The apology may end up getting Ja Rule into more legal trouble since he takes blame for the disastrous event.

With bands like Blink 182 and Migos cancelling just days before the event claiming that the event wasn’t organized enough should have tipped people off to the upcoming demise.

The event organizers promised to refund everyone’s money and are even saying they will have an event next year on U.S. soil to make up for this event’s disastrous results.

I’m not sure if I would trust these guys to throw a kids birthday party let alone plan another music festival. Billy McFarland has been in trouble before by not delivering what he promised when he started the failed credit card /concierge company Magnises. This company cancelled many trips it booked for college students just days before their international trips were scheduled.

This disaster just goes to show you how our culture has become obsessed with music festivals and opulent, luxurious experiences.

Maybe this goes to show you that being the first isn’t always the best.

This story will continue to evolve as we learn more about the ill-fated luxury music festival.

 

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