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See Chris Martin Perform Coldplay’s ‘Biutyful’ With Puppet Band the Weirdos on ‘Fallon’

Singer throws support behind Jim Henson Creature Shop-created outfit that recently signed with Atlantic Records Daniel Kreps Jun 11, 2022 Chris Martin took a break from Coldplay’s tour and duetting with Bruce Springsteen to perform alongside puppet band the Weirdos on The Tonight Show. Prior to their WTF performance of Coldplay’s “Biutyful,” Martin and the Weirdos — singer Angel Moon,…

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See Chris Martin Perform Coldplay’s ‘Biutyful’ With Puppet Band the Weirdos on ‘Fallon’

Singer throws support behind Jim Henson Creature Shop-created outfit that recently signed with Atlantic Records

Daniel Kreps
Jun 11, 2022

Chris Martin took a break from Coldplay’s tour and duetting with Bruce Springsteen to perform alongside puppet band the Weirdos on The Tonight Show.

Prior to their WTF performance of Coldplay’s “Biutyful,” Martin and the Weirdos — singer Angel Moon, drummer Donk, guitarist Sparkman, and the Wizard — told host Jimmy Fallon about their origin story; while the band claims to be from outer space, they’re reportedly the creation of Jim Henson’s Creature Shop.

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“The rest of the band, Coldplay and I, we were lucky enough to get tickets to see them in concert, we just tried to get their attention and say, ‘Please, one day, can we work together?’” Martin said.

The Weirdos have previously appeared onstage with Coldplay to play “Biutyful” during the band’s current Music of the Spheres tour. Friday’s Tonight Show appearance followed the Weirdos signing what was described as a “historic” contract with Atlantic Records earlier this week to release their debut album, Billboard reports.

From Rolling Stone US.

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Lewdle word of the day: Daily clues and answer (June 28, 2022)

Screenshot by DoubleXP Lewdle is a word-guessing game similar to Wordle, except all of the words are not suitable for work (NSFW: Not safe for work). The rules are the same; you have to guess a 5-6 letter word within six tries. You do get a hint by clicking on the lightbulb, but it will…

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Lewdle word of the day: Daily clues and answer (June 28, 2022)

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Lewdle is a word-guessing game similar to Wordle, except all of the words are not suitable for work (NSFW: Not safe for work). The rules are the same; you have to guess a 5-6 letter word within six tries. You do get a hint by clicking on the lightbulb, but it will only get you 1 letter in the right position.

If you want to avoid breaking your streak, but don’t want the solution right away, here are some clues that can help you guess the answer.

The word includes _O_F_D.

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Think about the lewd words that include an O as the second letter, an F as the fourth letter, and a D as the final letter. Today’s word is a past participle of a verb.

It refers to an informal way of agreeing/participating in lewd activities that involve the anus. It can be done with toys or other partners, as long as everyone is in agreement. How common this word is used will depend on your preference for those lewd activities and where you live.

Solution

  • The Lewdle answer for June 28 is: BOOFED

Lewdle’s example of the word is as follows:

Past participle of boof, to participate in anal sex. “My husband told me he wanted to try something new in the bedroom, so I boofed him with his own fleshlight. That should keep him quiet for a while.”

Here is a list of previous Lewdle answers for some inspiration for future words:

  • Lewdle answer for June 27: BEMHO
  • Lewdle answer for June 26: TOEJOB
  • Lewdle answer for June 25: REAMED
  • Lewdle answer for June 24: HOOHA
  • Lewdle answer for June 23: CUCKED
  • Lewdle answer for June 22: FAPPY
  • Lewdle answer for June 21: HIMBO
  • Lewdle answer for June 20: MILKER
  • Lewdle answer for June 19: FROMBE
  • Lewdle answer for June 18: CUMPT
  • Lewdle answer for June 17: RIMBOW
  • Lewdle answer for June 16: PENGUS
  • Lewdle answer for June 15: SPAFF
  • Lewdle answer for June 14: PAYPIG
  • Lewdle answer for June 13: LUBED
  • Lewdle answer for June 12: ASSJOB
  • Lewdle answer for June 11: OPPAI
  • Lewdle answer for June 10: FACIAL
  • Lewdle answer for June 9: LIGMA
  • Lewdle answer for June 8: NYASH
  • Lewdle answer for June 7: GILFS
  • Lewdle answer for June 6: SMANG
  • Lewdle answer for June 5: BOYTOY
  • Lewdle answer for June 4: SHOWER
  • Lewdle answer for June 3: DIDDLE
  • Lewdle answer for June 2: DOMME
  • Lewdle answer for June 1: LENGTH
  • Lewdle answer for May 31: MENAGE
  • Lewdle answer for May 30: SIMBA
  • Lewdle answer for May 29: GROWER
  • Lewdle answer for May 28: HENTAI
  • Lewdle answer for May 27: FLEDGE
  • Lewdle answer for May 26: AHEGAO
  • Lewdle answer for May 25: AROUSE
  • Lewdle answer for May 24: PERVY
  • Lewdle answer for May 23: GIRTH
  • Lewdle answer for May 22: PROBE
  • Lewdle answer for May 21: FRICK
  • Lewdle answer for May 20: YONIC
  • Lewdle answer for May 19: TODGER
  • Lewdle answer for May 18: FLAPS
  • Lewdle answer for May 17: GUSHER
  • Lewdle answer for May 16: GAGGED
  • Lewdle answer for May 15: MOIST
  • Lewdle answer for May 14: TITJOB
  • Lewdle answer for May 13: MOMMY
  • Lewdle answer for May 12: CLITS
  • Lewdle answer for May 11: MERKIN
  • Lewdle answer for May 10: THROB
  • Lewdle answer for May 9: SMEGMA
  • Lewdle answer for May 8: ZADDY
  • Lewdle answer for May 7: FEMDOM
  • Lewdle answer for May 6: CLUNGE
  • Lewdle answer for May 5: MOOBS
  • Lewdle answer for May 4: PLUMS
  • Lewdle answer for May 3: RAWDOG
  • Lewdle answer for May 2: BONERS
  • Lewdle answer for May 1: JOBBY
  • Lewdle answer for April 30: CLIMAX
  • Lewdle answer for April 29: NASTY
  • Lewdle answer for April 28: STIFFY
  • Lewdle answer for April 27: FISTED
  • Lewdle answer for April 26: SHAGS

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CrewTracker Software Announces Summer ’22 Release

CLEVELAND, OH US – WEBWIRE – Monday, June 27, 2022 CrewTracker Software’s “Summer ‘22 Release” is ready! This year’s release contains extensive overall improvements, new functionality, performance gains and direct integration with WeatherWorks Certified Snowfall Totals.   All CrewTracker customers will immediately receive this annual update. The CrewTracker support team works with each customer individually…

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CLEVELAND, OH US – WEBWIRE



CrewTracker Software’s “Summer ‘22 Release” is ready! This year’s release contains extensive overall improvements, new functionality, performance gains and direct integration with WeatherWorks Certified Snowfall Totals.


 


All CrewTracker customers will immediately receive this annual update. The CrewTracker support team works with each customer individually to ensure the update is running at optimal performance and that new features are understood. Training occurs as required.


 


CrewTracker Software CEO, John Paganini stated “We are excited about this release. The CrewTracker solution continues to improve as we build on over 18 years of development and customer feedback. The prior year Summer ’21 Release included a feature enabling our customers to “Suggest a Feature”. The Summer ’22 Release includes dozens of customer-requested enhancements and features. This new release also includes a seamless integration with WeatherWorks Certified Snowfall Totals which is the first phase of incorporating critical weather data into the Desktop, Web Portal and especially the CrewTracker Mobile App!


 


 


Highlighted new features included in the Summer ‘22 Release include:


 


Tracker Editor


New “Resend Service Alert Email” Functionality


Enhanced Service Record Filtering Capabilities


Show Presence of Service Photos


Increased Size of Service Notes field


 


Visual Status


          Major updates to the look and feel including new filters


          Updated design and functionality of the web-based service maps


 


Help:   Added CrewTracker Dictionary


 


QuickBooks – Desktop and Online


Invoice Processing – Email Functionality Enhancements


Improved Formatting of Invoices


Enhanced Invoice Processing for Materials


Improved Billing Processing for Vendors


Additional Custom Descriptions for Invoicing


 


WeatherWorks Certified Snow Totals


Seamless Integration of Weather Data into Service Record


For the full list of new features, visit www.crewtracker.com/summer22


 


About CrewTracker Software:  CrewTracker Software enables snow and ice management companies to transform, streamline and optimize their business operations. The CrewTracker Digital Service Platform manages field crews, reduces time between service and billing, documents customer services and establishes proven business practices. The extensive experience of Team CrewTracker offers a total business management support solution to run and manage a snow and ice management company. CrewTracker Software integrates with all versions of QuickBooks and WeatherWorks. CrewTracker provides snow and ice management customers access and insight to their services in real-time. Founded over 18 years ago by experienced Certified Snow Professionals, CrewTracker Software continues to be the most comprehensive and feature-rich system available.


 

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India wants closer defence cooperation with Malaysia

NEW DELHI: India is looking for enhanced military cooperation with Malaysia, the Indian Ministry of Defence said. Malaysian Senior Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein and Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh held a virtual conference on Monday (June 27). Hishammuddin in a tweet remarked that he discussed military-to-military cooperation and defence industry collaboration with…

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NEW DELHI: India is looking for enhanced military cooperation with Malaysia, the Indian Ministry of Defence said.

Malaysian Senior Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein and Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh held a virtual conference on Monday (June 27).

Hishammuddin in a tweet remarked that he discussed military-to-military cooperation and defence industry collaboration with his Indian counterpart.

It was decided that the Malaysia-India Defence Cooperation Meeting (Midcom) scheduled next month would be the platform for a deeper engagement in defence, the Indian ministry said in a statement.

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Singh suggested a visit of senior officers from Malaysia to explore Indian defence facilities and products and invited Hishammuddin for a visit “at an early convenient date to discuss closer and strategic defence ties,” the ministry said.

“The Malaysian Defence Minister expressed the need for inducting women personnel in peacekeeping missions. Both sides agreed to engage each other on this issue. It was also agreed to upgrade capability for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) operations,” the Indian statement read.- Bernama

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