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Angel Number 7777 and it’s Meaning and Significance

What Do These Numbers Mean? • Many Things To Love in 2020 | Angel number  meanings, Numerology, Numerology numbers

In numerology, almost, as a rule, the number is a symbol for money, luck, and love and we bring more detailed interpretations from MyTodaysHoroscope.com. Angel number 7777 indicates that one aspect (or multiple aspects) of your life is coming to an end and plenty of things in your life are coming to an end. It means the start of a replacement and wonderful life and lifestyle, where everything fits where it should slot in the foremost positive way for you.

Does one believe numbers? Have you ever heard about these numbers? I’m sure you’re confused about these numbers and are searching for the answers to the repeating pattern you have got noticed. Could this be the sign of impending doom? Or the sign of blessings to come? Wait, we’ll guide you to search out the answers to any or all your questions, read this text thoroughly to understand the meaning … Read More

Jeffree Star’s Latest Promo Pics Feature a Woman of Color in a Mouse Trap and Twitter Isn’t Happy

Photo credit: Rodin Eckenroth - Getty Images
Photo credit: Rodin Eckenroth – Getty Images

From Seventeen

  • Jeffree Star’s promotional pics for his new Velvet Trap Lipsticks feature a woman of color in a mouse trap and Twitter is NOT happy about it.

  • Many pointed out that Jeffree has a history of calling Black women “rats.”

It’s just another day and a new scandal for Jeffree Star. After major backlash around his Cremated Palette and drama with ex-Andre Marhold, Twitter is calling Jeffree out for what fans think is subtle racism.

On his YouTube channel, Jeffree announced the launch of his new lipstick formula called Velvet Trap, addressing viewers while sitting in the middle of a giant bear trap. Promotional images for the new line continue the theme, depicting models trapped in giant mouse and bear traps.

After Jeffree Star Cosmetics shared the photos, commenters began voicing their displeasure that a woman of color was shown

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Tech startups run by women of color need funding, money, investments

  • What women of color don’t need is another white person saying “Yes, Black Lives Matter” or “our company rejects racism.” What we need is more investors willing to ask: what can I do to change the system?
  • Dedicating 15% of a venture fund is a platitude, a pat on the head, particularly when you consider that 46% of the country are people of color.
  • This current environment also stifles economic growth and chokes off the true innovation we need.
  • Stephanie Lee is a former staffer to former First Lady Michelle Obama and former product developer at the global brand, MAC Cosmetics.
  • This is an opinion column. The thoughts expressed are those of the author.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Too many women of color are being asked to prove first that our ideas are worthy of investment, while white founders get the benefit of the doubt over

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Rocket League’s season one item series lands on Oct. 19 with the new Insidio Battle-Car

Rocket League‘s first item series since going free-to-play is just days away. The aptly-named Season One Series will make its debut on Oct. 19 with a series of cosmetics and a new supercar, Psyonix announced today.

The Insidio offers a sporty, compact look that’s slightly reminiscent of the Guardian and Nemesis Battle-Cars. Psyonix hasn’t revealed what unique decals the new car will bring, but the Season One Series also has the Silencer Decal for the Insidio—similar to Octane’s Slimline pattern.

The upcoming series will add “more than a dozen” new cosmetics that range from wheels to Black Market decals and goal explosions. The Stipple Gait decal appears to give an ethereal, velvety finish, while the Buffy-Sugo explosion will show an “extremely animated” anime woman with bunny ears and a heart symbol (for some reason).

In addition to the animated items, the new series is bringing the Dire Wolf wheels:

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Houston small business owner getting a boost from well-known company

In our ongoing Rebound and Recovery series, a Houston small business owner is getting a boost thanks to one well-known company.

If you’re a Houston woman, chances are you have LAMIK Beauty products in your makeup bag. 

The brand has been sold in Nordstrom stores and shops across the country, but the pandemic hasn’t been kind to many business owners. So LAMIK’s latest support from a national company couldn’t come at a better time.

“My whole adult life I’ve been an entrepreneur. Am I crazy or am I what,” laughs LAMIK Owner Kim Roxie. 

The brilliant and beautiful business owner started her own makeup company when she was just 21-years-old. 

“I know this is an oil and gas city, but we are

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Ketamine: Hope for the suffering in 2020

Ketamine: A Promising Novel Therapy for Anxiety and PTSD - Psychiatry  Advisor

Dennis S. Charney, MD, one of the researchers behind a groundbreaking new depression treatment, talked to AAMCNews about the early days of research, the medication’s limitations, and its powerful effects on depression.

When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Spravato — a chemical cousin of ketamine — for treatment-resistant depression in March 2019, it brought immediate hope to the roughly 4 million people for whom traditional therapies have been ineffective. Esketamine, delivered via nasal spray in a doctor’s office, is the first new therapy to treat major depression in more than 30 years. But the treatment’s path to approval was a long one, highlighting the importance of federal support for medical research in academic medicine.

Dennis S. Charney, MD, has been one of the leading researchers behind the breakthrough treatment. Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Dean of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Charney began examining Ketamine for Read More