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Kirk Cameron Openly Defies California COVID Rules to Hold Christmas Carol Gathering

Sorry not sorry, Gavin!

John Salvatore

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Former TV star Kirk Cameron may soon be sent to prison for life. His crime? Holding an event where proud Christians gather to sing Christmas carols.

All jokes aside, the fact that this is even a story goes to show how nutty 2020 has been.

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This past Sunday, Kirk Cameron openly defied California’s COVID guidelines by helping organize a large outdoor gathering of people to sing Christmas carols. The former star of the hit sitcom Growing Pains shared photos on his official Instagram account of the event, which he called a “peaceful protest.”

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The gathering took place in the parking lot at Oaks Mall in Thousand Oaks, a city in the northwestern part of Greater Los Angeles. The mass of people crowded together—most of whom can be seen not wearing masks while singing along in photos and videos—goes in direct opposition to the stay-at-home orders Gov. Gavin Newsom put into place as infection and hospitalization rates continue soaring throughout the state.

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Anti-Trumper Alec Baldwin Leaves Twitter After Wife Is Caught In Massive Lie

Bye, Felicia!

John Salvatore

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To say Alec Baldwin is anti-Trump would be an understatement. The actor has been one of the president’s most vocal celebrity critics over the past four years. On Tuesday, Baldwin decided to leave Twitter, though, he wasn’t banned for “inciting violence” like Trump was – despite all his tweets that are clearly violent. From Yahoo: Baldwin’s departure from Twitter comes weeks after wife Hilaria Baldwin’s came under fire after the internet began questioning the podcaster and author’s Spanish heritage. Old videos surfaced of Hilaria Baldwin seeming to speak with a Spanish accent. She was born in Boston, MA, but spent time in Spain growing up. In an Instagram post, Hilaria Baldwin addressed those questioning and challenging her identity, explaining that she and her husband “celebrate both cultures in our home” in that they are raising their children to be bilingual. LOOK: https://twitter.com/AlecBaldwin/status/1351178962962100224?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1351178962962100224%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.yahoo.com%2Fentertainment%2Falec-baldwin-says-goodbye-now-001152394.html WATCH: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Hilaria Thomas Baldwin (@hilariabaldwin)

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DAVIDSON: Multitasking Renders You Less Productive

Seeking to complete multiple activities at once makes you less effective, not more.

Jeff Davidson

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The year 2020 saw a disruption in social patterns unlike anything in a long time, and 2021 doesn’t seem much different. On personal level, though, some behaviors haven’t changed much in the last decade or two. Many people still attempt to juggle competing responsibilities, tasks, and activities. Dividing your attention to complete multiple activities at once, however, can and usually does make you less effective at everything you’re doing. From top executives to newbie hires, every career professional has numerous tasks to manage throughout the course of a day, week, month, and year. The multitude of responsibilities on your plate requires the capacity for self-management, time management, and the effective allocation of your resources. However, don’t confuse legitimate workplace skills with the contemporary, ill-advised phenomenon called multitasking. Not Reliable Multitasking might appear to be a reliable way to tackle many issues that compete for your time and attention. It seems intuitive that if you can juggle both A and B concurrently, you’re achieving a productivity gain and saving significant time. But the fallacy in that argument is surmising that the human brain can double-up or triple-up on tasks with no loss of attention, focus, or effectiveness. A plethora of psychological studies have shown that the human brain can only give “sharp attention” in one direction at a time. Seeking to give this level of attention in multiple directions yields a reverberating type of attention allotted to each activity and predictably results in a loss of mental acuity and productivity. A clear example of multitasking is when you’re driving along the highway and speaking on a cell phone. Even if you switch to the hands-free speaker phone feature, both activities compete for your brain’s vital sharp attention. So you execute neither activity as effectively as you could by undertaking one activity…

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