Monthly Archives: February 2020

Hilary Duff wants the laws to be changed after a man took photos at her son’s football game

Hilary Duff called out paparazzi in her Instagram stories on Monday.

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Hilary Duff called out paparazzi in her Instagram stories on Monday.
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  • “Lizzie McGuire” star Hilary Duff called for laws to be changed after a photographer took pictures of her child without her permission over the weekend.
  • On Monday, Duff took to Instagram stories to revisit the incident, and express her frustration with how it was handled.
  • According to Duff, she called police after the man refused to stop taking pictures, but the responding officers told her there wasn’t much they could do.
  • “It’s just extremely strange and inappropriate and creepy to have a man photographing our 7-year-old children and that to be completely legal,” the actress said.
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Actress Hilary Duff took to Instagram stories on Monday to call for laws to be changed after a photographer took pictures of her child without her permission over the weekend.

Speaking directly to the camera, the “Lizzie McGuire” star expressed her dissatisfaction with the way the incident played out. After confronting the man taking photos of her son’s football team, Duff called the police, who were “pretty dismissive” of the mom’s concerns.

“It’s really highly frustrating,” Duff said in her Instagram stories on Monday.

According to Duff, she called the police because “multiple parents felt uncomfortable” with the strange photographer.

“The police were, you know, pretty dismissive of me, saying, ‘What do you want us to do? You’re at a public park,'” Duff explained. “Well yeah, I’m at a public park, I’m at a place where kids play and kids should be safe here.”

“It’s just extremely strange and inappropriate and creepy to have a man photographing our 7-year-old children and that to be completely legal,” she continued. “Like, if a parent is asking for it to stop, the laws should be changed for you to not be able to photograph that person.”

The actress, who has two children aged 7 and 1, took issue with the fact that the man said he was “just here practicing his photography” when Duff confronted him on Saturday.

“If those kids are a subject of your ‘photography’ practice, over and over and over again for minutes or half hour, however long it was, and you ask someone to please stop that, you should have that right,” the actress said to her followers during Monday’s Instagram story. “And we really need to work on changing that law.”

This isn’t the first time Duff has spoken out about her frustration with paparazzi and photographers. In December, she shared a video of her children crying after they were hounded by paparazzi while out running errands.

How to sign out of Slack completely on all of your devices in 5 simple steps

You can easily sign out of Slack from all sessions.

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You can easily sign out of Slack from all sessions.
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Slack

  • It’s easy to sign out of Slack either from specific workspace or from all sessions.
  • Admins can set Slack user duration limits, but if these are not in place, a person will stay signed into Slack until he or she proactively signs out.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

It’s easy to sign out of Slack. You just click (or tap if on a mobile device) on your name at the top left corner of the screen, then click (or tap) “Sign out of workspace in question” on the menu that appears.

However, that only signs you out of that specific Slack workspace, and only on specific device you’re using. If you are logged into the Slack app with several Slack workspaces, you will need to take an extra step to sign out completely.

Here’s how to do it.

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How to sign out of Slack completely

Again, on a computer or mobile device, you can simply click or tap on your name at the top left corner of the screen, then select “Sign out of workspace in question” to sign out of that device’s session.

To sign out from all other devices, do the following:

1. Open Slack on your Mac or PC.

2. Click on your name on the left upper corner and hit “Profile & account” on the dropdown menu.

Click “Profile & account” to start signing out of your Slack.

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Click “Profile & account” to start signing out of your Slack.
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3. Below your profile picture, click the “more options” button, which is a box with three dots.

4. Click “Account Settings” on the menu that pops up.

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Select “Account settings.”
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5. Click “Sign out all other sessions.”

Click “Sign out all other sessions” to sign yourself out of all workspaces.

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Click “Sign out all other sessions” to sign yourself out of all workspaces.
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Now you have safely signed off Slack on all other devices. Sign out from your current device, and sign in again whenever you’re ready.

Related coverage from How To Do Everything: Tech:

How to sign out of Slack completely on all of your devices in 5 simple steps

You can easily sign out of Slack from all sessions.

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You can easily sign out of Slack from all sessions.
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Slack

  • It’s easy to sign out of Slack either from specific workspace or from all sessions.
  • Admins can set Slack user duration limits, but if these are not in place, a person will stay signed into Slack until he or she proactively signs out.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

It’s easy to sign out of Slack. You just click (or tap if on a mobile device) on your name at the top left corner of the screen, then click (or tap) “Sign out of workspace in question” on the menu that appears.

However, that only signs you out of that specific Slack workspace, and only on specific device you’re using. If you are logged into the Slack app with several Slack workspaces, you will need to take an extra step to sign out completely.

Here’s how to do it.

Check out the products mentioned in this article:

MacBook Pro (From $1,299.99 at Best Buy)

Lenovo IdeaPad (From $299.99 at Best Buy)

How to sign out of Slack completely

Again, on a computer or mobile device, you can simply click or tap on your name at the top left corner of the screen, then select “Sign out of workspace in question” to sign out of that device’s session.

To sign out from all other devices, do the following:

1. Open Slack on your Mac or PC.

2. Click on your name on the left upper corner and hit “Profile & account” on the dropdown menu.

Click “Profile & account” to start signing out of your Slack.

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Click “Profile & account” to start signing out of your Slack.
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Steven John/Business Insider

3. Below your profile picture, click the “more options” button, which is a box with three dots.

4. Click “Account Settings” on the menu that pops up.

Select

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Select “Account settings.”
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Steven John/Business Insider

5. Click “Sign out all other sessions.”

Click “Sign out all other sessions” to sign yourself out of all workspaces.

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Click “Sign out all other sessions” to sign yourself out of all workspaces.
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Steven John/Business Insider

Now you have safely signed off Slack on all other devices. Sign out from your current device, and sign in again whenever you’re ready.

Related coverage from How To Do Everything: Tech:

Bernie Sanders’ media critics and opponents are suddenly focusing their attacks on the new frontrunner

Democratic 2020 presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden listens to Senator Bernie Sanders as former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg looks on in the seventh Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 14, 2020.

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Democratic 2020 presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden listens to Senator Bernie Sanders as former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg looks on in the seventh Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 14, 2020.
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  • Some of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ critics are recycling the claim that the veteran 78-year-old lawmaker hasn’t been sufficiently vetted by the press and his political competitors.
  • Democrats critical of Sanders say he’s so far been treated more as a curiosity than as a real threat in the 2020 race.
  • Cable news hosts, commentators, and other critics of Sanders have picked up that argument and the media is turning its spotlight on the Vermont lawmaker.
  • Sanders’ political opponents are also stepping up their attacks on Sanders, who will likely be a prime target during Tuesday night’s debate in South Carolina.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

As Sen. Bernie Sanders cements his status as the 2020 Democratic frontrunner, some of his critics are beginning to argue he hasn’t been sufficiently vetted by the press and his political competitors.

Democrats critical of Sanders say the 78-year-old lawmaker has thus far been treated more as a curiosity than as a real threat to the party establishment.

“Bernie Sanders has gone from gadfly to GOAT nearly overnight,” one Democratic strategist, who requested anonymity to speak candidly about Sanders, told Insider. “So much of the attention has been on how he’s done it that most people haven’t taken a look at his votes and views.”

Rodell Mollineau, a Democratic strategist who’s advising a super PAC supporting former Vice President Joe Biden, made a similar case. He argued Hillary Clinton’s campaign treated Sanders as “a nuisance and not a competitor” in 2016 and that Sanders’ 2020 opponents have until recently been reluctant to alienate his enthusiastic base.

“Sanders has benefited from the bigotry of low expectations,” Mollineau told Insider. “No one ever truly took a look at the efficacy of his plans, whether or not the numbers added up, or what they would do to the country as we know it.”

Mollineau argued that Sanders’ new frontrunner status will force the media and other candidates to take a deeper dive on Sanders’ long record and more controversial positions.

But Ian Russell, a former deputy executive director the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, said he’s “skeptical” of the argument that Sanders hasn’t been vetted and argued that Sanders is teflon when it comes to much of the his opponents’ criticism.

“Senator Sanders has been a national figure for half a decade, and his unapologetic embrace of democratic socialism isn’t exactly a secret,” Russell told Insider. “I think we have to face another possibility: that the voters gravitating to him simply don’t prioritize what would come up in traditional vetting as many in the media and political punditry do, and instead are looking to him as an authentic personality who will shake up a system that hasn’t worked for them.”

Media trains spotlight on Sanders

Cable news hosts, commentators, and other critics of Sanders have picked up the argument that the frontrunner hasn’t been sufficiently vetted. And over the last several days, Sanders has been subjected to heightened scrutiny in the press.

On Saturday, as the senator closed in on a landslide victory in the Nevada caucus, MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace claimed he “hasn’t been vetted by either the press or the other candidates.”

Media outlets have begun resurfacing favorable comments Sanders has made about leftist governments, including decade-old remarks about former Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega and his recent refusal to label Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro a dictator.

In recent days, Sanders has infuriated many Cuban-Americans by partially defending former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in a 60 Minutes interview that aired Sunday night.

“We’re very opposed to the authoritarian nature of Cuba but you know, when Fidel Castro came into office, you know what he did? He had a massive literacy program,” Sanders said in the interview. “Is that a bad thing? Even though Fidel Castro did it?”

Democratic 2020 presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden listens to Senator Bernie Sanders as former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg looks on in the seventh Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 14, 2020.

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Democratic 2020 presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden listens to Senator Bernie Sanders as former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg looks on in the seventh Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 14, 2020.
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The remarks have provoked hand-wringing among Democrats who think Sanders’ defense of Communist regimes will alienate the Cuban-American community and conservative Democrats.

Recent reporting that the Russian government is interfering in the 2020 election to help boost Sanders has prompted stories about his past comments about Russia and why President Vladimir Putin thinks he’d lose to President Donald Trump.

Last week, The Atlantic reported that Sanders seriously considered primarying President Barack Obama in the 2012 election – a claim Sanders’ campaign denies.

Sanders also stirred controversy last week by announcing he won’t release additional medical records following his September heart attack – a move that critics called Trumpian. New reporting emerged this week undermining his case for limiting what he makes public about his health.

On Monday, MSNBC’s Wallace congratulated CNN anchor Jake Tapper for a discussion he hosted in 2016 about a controversial 1972 newspaper piece Sanders wrote in which he described rape fantasies to illustrate his progressive argument about internalized gender norms. Sanders renounced the piece in 2015.

Biden, Bloomberg, and Buttigieg go on the attack

Sanders’ political opponents have simultaneously stepped up their attacks on the Vermont lawmaker.

Tim O’Brien, an adviser to billionaire Mike Bloomberg’s 2020 campaign, argued that Sanders’ health records, legislative history, and “statements about women” haven’t been sufficiently vetted.

“Bernie Sanders has sort of stealthily run along thus far without being really vetted his legislative or career, personal life,” he told CNN last Wednesday.

O’Brien added, “And I think that’s also very Trumpy.”

On Monday, the Bloomberg campaign unleashed a torrent of attacks on Sanders, including a series of “satirical” tweets falsely accusing Sanders of praising a host of dictators. The campaign deleted the tweets after they sparked backlash from reporters and critics across the spectrum.

During a Tuesday CNN interview, O’Brien brought up Sanders’ controversial 1972 essay and other “loopy” arguments the candidate has made about sexual repression, perhaps previewing attacks Bloomberg will launch during Tuesday’s night’s debate.

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg also escalated his attacks on Sanders, tweeting that the senator “doesn’t understand” that the next president needs to be “extremely clear in standing against regimes that violate human rights abroad.”

And former Vice President Joe Biden on Monday released a new ad based on The Atlantic’s reporting about Sanders’ alleged consideration of a 2012 presidential bid.

“When it comes to building on President Obama’s legacy, Bernie Sanders just can’t be trusted,” the ad says.

Bernie Sanders’ media critics and opponents are suddenly focusing their attacks on the new frontrunner

Democratic 2020 presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden listens to Senator Bernie Sanders as former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg looks on in the seventh Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 14, 2020.

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Democratic 2020 presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden listens to Senator Bernie Sanders as former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg looks on in the seventh Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 14, 2020.
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Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

  • Some of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ critics are recycling the claim that the veteran 78-year-old lawmaker hasn’t been sufficiently vetted by the press and his political competitors.
  • Democrats critical of Sanders say he’s so far been treated more as a curiosity than as a real threat in the 2020 race.
  • Cable news hosts, commentators, and other critics of Sanders have picked up that argument and the media is turning its spotlight on the Vermont lawmaker.
  • Sanders’ political opponents are also stepping up their attacks on Sanders, who will likely be a prime target during Tuesday night’s debate in South Carolina.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

As Sen. Bernie Sanders cements his status as the 2020 Democratic frontrunner, some of his critics are beginning to argue he hasn’t been sufficiently vetted by the press and his political competitors.

Democrats critical of Sanders say the 78-year-old lawmaker has thus far been treated more as a curiosity than as a real threat to the party establishment.

“Bernie Sanders has gone from gadfly to GOAT nearly overnight,” one Democratic strategist, who requested anonymity to speak candidly about Sanders, told Insider. “So much of the attention has been on how he’s done it that most people haven’t taken a look at his votes and views.”

Rodell Mollineau, a Democratic strategist who’s advising a super PAC supporting former Vice President Joe Biden, made a similar case. He argued Hillary Clinton’s campaign treated Sanders as “a nuisance and not a competitor” in 2016 and that Sanders’ 2020 opponents have until recently been reluctant to alienate his enthusiastic base.

“Sanders has benefited from the bigotry of low expectations,” Mollineau told Insider. “No one ever truly took a look at the efficacy of his plans, whether or not the numbers added up, or what they would do to the country as we know it.”

Mollineau argued that Sanders’ new frontrunner status will force the media and other candidates to take a deeper dive on Sanders’ long record and more controversial positions.

But Ian Russell, a former deputy executive director the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, said he’s “skeptical” of the argument that Sanders hasn’t been vetted and argued that Sanders is teflon when it comes to much of the his opponents’ criticism.

“Senator Sanders has been a national figure for half a decade, and his unapologetic embrace of democratic socialism isn’t exactly a secret,” Russell told Insider. “I think we have to face another possibility: that the voters gravitating to him simply don’t prioritize what would come up in traditional vetting as many in the media and political punditry do, and instead are looking to him as an authentic personality who will shake up a system that hasn’t worked for them.”

Media trains spotlight on Sanders

Cable news hosts, commentators, and other critics of Sanders have picked up the argument that the frontrunner hasn’t been sufficiently vetted. And over the last several days, Sanders has been subjected to heightened scrutiny in the press.

On Saturday, as the senator closed in on a landslide victory in the Nevada caucus, MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace claimed he “hasn’t been vetted by either the press or the other candidates.”

Media outlets have begun resurfacing favorable comments Sanders has made about leftist governments, including decade-old remarks about former Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega and his recent refusal to label Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro a dictator.

In recent days, Sanders has infuriated many Cuban-Americans by partially defending former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in a 60 Minutes interview that aired Sunday night.

“We’re very opposed to the authoritarian nature of Cuba but you know, when Fidel Castro came into office, you know what he did? He had a massive literacy program,” Sanders said in the interview. “Is that a bad thing? Even though Fidel Castro did it?”

Democratic 2020 presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden listens to Senator Bernie Sanders as former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg looks on in the seventh Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 14, 2020.

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Democratic 2020 presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden listens to Senator Bernie Sanders as former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg looks on in the seventh Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 14, 2020.
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Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

The remarks have provoked hand-wringing among Democrats who think Sanders’ defense of Communist regimes will alienate the Cuban-American community and conservative Democrats.

Recent reporting that the Russian government is interfering in the 2020 election to help boost Sanders has prompted stories about his past comments about Russia and why President Vladimir Putin thinks he’d lose to President Donald Trump.

Last week, The Atlantic reported that Sanders seriously considered primarying President Barack Obama in the 2012 election – a claim Sanders’ campaign denies.

Sanders also stirred controversy last week by announcing he won’t release additional medical records following his September heart attack – a move that critics called Trumpian. New reporting emerged this week undermining his case for limiting what he makes public about his health.

On Monday, MSNBC’s Wallace congratulated CNN anchor Jake Tapper for a discussion he hosted in 2016 about a controversial 1972 newspaper piece Sanders wrote in which he described rape fantasies to illustrate his progressive argument about internalized gender norms. Sanders renounced the piece in 2015.

Biden, Bloomberg, and Buttigieg go on the attack

Sanders’ political opponents have simultaneously stepped up their attacks on the Vermont lawmaker.

Tim O’Brien, an adviser to billionaire Mike Bloomberg’s 2020 campaign, argued that Sanders’ health records, legislative history, and “statements about women” haven’t been sufficiently vetted.

“Bernie Sanders has sort of stealthily run along thus far without being really vetted his legislative or career, personal life,” he told CNN last Wednesday.

O’Brien added, “And I think that’s also very Trumpy.”

On Monday, the Bloomberg campaign unleashed a torrent of attacks on Sanders, including a series of “satirical” tweets falsely accusing Sanders of praising a host of dictators. The campaign deleted the tweets after they sparked backlash from reporters and critics across the spectrum.

During a Tuesday CNN interview, O’Brien brought up Sanders’ controversial 1972 essay and other “loopy” arguments the candidate has made about sexual repression, perhaps previewing attacks Bloomberg will launch during Tuesday’s night’s debate.

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg also escalated his attacks on Sanders, tweeting that the senator “doesn’t understand” that the next president needs to be “extremely clear in standing against regimes that violate human rights abroad.”

And former Vice President Joe Biden on Monday released a new ad based on The Atlantic’s reporting about Sanders’ alleged consideration of a 2012 presidential bid.

“When it comes to building on President Obama’s legacy, Bernie Sanders just can’t be trusted,” the ad says.

A Wall Street analyst lays out a bleak worst-case scenario where coronavirus disrupts a 32% chunk of Apple’s business

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  • If coronavirus-related disruptions to Apple’s supply and demand continue past June, new product launches in September and its Christmas selling season would come under threat, Laura Martin of Needham wrote in a Tuesday note.
  • The two key sale events have made up about 32% of Apple’s annual revenue over the last three years, according to Martin.
  • So far, Martin assumes Apple’s coronavirus-related issues will cease before June 1. But that assumption may prove to be “too optimistic,” she wrote.
  • Watch Apple trade live on Markets Insider.
  • Read more on Business Insider.

If the coronavirus outbreak continues, it could turn into a months-long saga for Apple and damage one of its major businesses, according to one Wall Street firm.

On Tuesday, Needham analyst Laura Martin lowered her earnings expectations for the technology giant following the company’s February 17 announcement that it would miss its March quarter revenue guidance due to the negative impact of the coronavirus in China.

But the coronavirus, called COVID-19, could weigh on Apple revenues for even longer, according to Martin.

If coronavirus-related disruptions to Apple’s supply and demand continue past June, new product launches in September and its Christmas selling season would come under greater threat, Martin wrote. Over the last three years, the autumn launches and holiday season sales have made up about 32% of Apple’s annual revenue, according to the note.

If Apple’s December quarter is disrupted, both the full years 2020 and 2021 would be negatively impacted because of the company’s fiscal calendar, Martin wrote.

“Investors would be less likely to look through a weak FY20, we believe,” said Martin.

So far, Martin has lowered only unit sales and revenue estimates for the quarters ending in March and June, which will be the most hit by the coronavirus epidemic. Martin’s estimate assumes that coronavirus will stop disrupting supply and demand before June 1, and thus not negatively impact Apple’s quarters that end in September or December.

But, “this assumption may prove to be too optimistic,” she wrote. Martin maintained a “buy” rating and $350 price target on shares of Apple.

Apple has gained 1.5% year-to-date through Monday’s close.

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A Wall Street analyst lays out a bleak worst-case scenario where coronavirus disrupts a 32% chunk of Apple’s business

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

  • If coronavirus-related disruptions to Apple’s supply and demand continue past June, new product launches in September and its Christmas selling season would come under threat, Laura Martin of Needham wrote in a Tuesday note.
  • The two key sale events have made up about 32% of Apple’s annual revenue over the last three years, according to Martin.
  • So far, Martin assumes Apple’s coronavirus-related issues will cease before June 1. But that assumption may prove to be “too optimistic,” she wrote.
  • Watch Apple trade live on Markets Insider.
  • Read more on Business Insider.

If the coronavirus outbreak continues, it could turn into a months-long saga for Apple and damage one of its major businesses, according to one Wall Street firm.

On Tuesday, Needham analyst Laura Martin lowered her earnings expectations for the technology giant following the company’s February 17 announcement that it would miss its March quarter revenue guidance due to the negative impact of the coronavirus in China.

But the coronavirus, called COVID-19, could weigh on Apple revenues for even longer, according to Martin.

If coronavirus-related disruptions to Apple’s supply and demand continue past June, new product launches in September and its Christmas selling season would come under greater threat, Martin wrote. Over the last three years, the autumn launches and holiday season sales have made up about 32% of Apple’s annual revenue, according to the note.

If Apple’s December quarter is disrupted, both the full years 2020 and 2021 would be negatively impacted because of the company’s fiscal calendar, Martin wrote.

“Investors would be less likely to look through a weak FY20, we believe,” said Martin.

So far, Martin has lowered only unit sales and revenue estimates for the quarters ending in March and June, which will be the most hit by the coronavirus epidemic. Martin’s estimate assumes that coronavirus will stop disrupting supply and demand before June 1, and thus not negatively impact Apple’s quarters that end in September or December.

But, “this assumption may prove to be too optimistic,” she wrote. Martin maintained a “buy” rating and $350 price target on shares of Apple.

Apple has gained 1.5% year-to-date through Monday’s close.

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Brad Pitt has eaten in 60 movies over the years — here are the tastiest looking snacks

Brad Pitt has eaten in over 60 movies.

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Brad Pitt has eaten in over 60 movies.
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  • Brad Pitt has a curious habit of eating in his movies, and has eaten in over 60 films.
  • He often eats in multiple scenes in movies, too, meaning he goes through a dozen food groups within the span of a single film.
  • We’ve selected the tastiest looking snacks Brad Pitt has tucked into throughout his film career.
  • There were nine examples of him eating in “Ocean’s Eleven” alone, and six in “Meet Joe Black,” so we had to limit the number of entries to a maximum of four per film.
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

An apple and a hotdog in ‘Cutting Class’ (1989)

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“Cutting Class” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 25%.
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Republic Pictures Home Video

IMDB Synopsis: A murderer is loose in a high school in this ‘whodunit’ movie.


Meatloaf, fried chicken, and some beans in ‘Johnny Suede’ (1991)

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“Johnny Suede” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 33%.
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Miramax Films/Paramount Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A struggling young musician and devoted fan of Ricky Nelson wants to be just like his idol and become a rock star.


Some Chinese takeaway and a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in ‘Kalifornia’ (1993)

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“Kalifornia” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 58%.
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Gramercy Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A journalist duo go on a tour of serial killer murder sites with two companions, unaware that one of them is a serial killer himself.


A rat and some human blood in ‘Interview with the Vampire’ (1994)

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“Interview with the Vampire” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 62%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A vampire tells his epic life story: love, betrayal, loneliness, and hunger.


Some potatoes, a roll, a glass of wine, and a ham in ‘Legends of the Fall’ (1994)

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“Legends of the Fall” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 58%.
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TriStar Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: In the early 1900s, three brothers and their father living in the remote wilderness of Montana are affected by betrayal, history, love, nature, and war.


A bag of Lay’s chips in ‘Se7en’ (1995)

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“Se7en” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 81%.
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New Line Cinema

IMDB Synopsis: Two detectives, a rookie and a veteran, hunt a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his motives.


A pastry in ‘Sleepers’ (1996)

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“Sleepers” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 73%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: After a prank goes disastrously wrong, a group of boys are sent to a detention center where they are brutalized. Thirteen years later, an unexpected random encounter with a former guard gives them a chance for revenge.


A bowl of soup, some oats, a cracker, and some dog food in ‘Seven Years in Tibet’ (1997)

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“Seven Years in Tibet” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 60%.
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TriStar Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: True story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama at the time of China’s takeover of Tibet.


Corned beef and cabbage in ‘The Devil’s Own’ (1997)

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“The Devil’s Own” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 34%.
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Columbia Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A police officer uncovers the real identity of his house-guest, an I.R.A. terrorist in hiding.


A cold sandwich, peanut butter, toast, and bacon and eggs in ‘Meet Joe Black’ (1998)

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“Meet Joe Black” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 53%.
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“Meet Joe Black” has a rotten tomatoes score of 53%

IMDB Synopsis: Death, who takes the form of a young man, asks a media mogul to act as a guide to teach him about life on Earth, and in the process, he falls in love with his guide’s daughter.


A cheeseburger, a shrimp cocktail, a fruit salad, and some ice cream in ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ (2001)

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“Ocean’s Eleven” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 82%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Danny Ocean and his ten accomplices plan to rob three Las Vegas casinos simultaneously.


A sandwich in ‘The Mexican’ (2001)

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“The Mexican” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 55%.
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DreamWorks Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A man tries to transport an ancient gun called The Mexican, believed to carry a curse, back across the border, while his girlfriend pressures him to give up his criminal ways.


Tortilla chips in ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ (2004)

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“Ocean’s Twelve” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 55%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Daniel Ocean recruits one more team member so he can pull off three major European heists in this sequel to Ocean’s 11.


A gigantic turkey leg in ‘Troy’ (2004)

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“Troy” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 54%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: An adaptation of Homer’s great epic, the film follows the assault on Troy by the united Greek forces and chronicles the fates of the men involved.


Pancakes, a martini, a cocktail stick full of olives, and pot roast in ‘Mr & Mrs Smith’ (2005)

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“Mr & Mrs Smith” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 59%.
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20th Century Fox

IMDB Synopsis: A bored married couple is surprised to learn that they are both assassins hired by competing agencies to kill each other.


A beef stew in ‘The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford’ (2007)

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“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 77%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Robert Ford, who’s idolized Jesse James since childhood, tries hard to join the reforming gang of the Missouri outlaw, but gradually becomes resentful of the bandit leader.


Potstickers in ‘Ocean’s Thirteen’ (2007)

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“Ocean’s Thirteen” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 70%.
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Warners Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Danny Ocean rounds up the boys for a third heist, after casino owner Willy Bank double-crosses one of the original eleven, Reuben Tishkoff.


Caviar in ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ (2008)

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“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 71%.
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Paramount Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Tells the story of Benjamin Button, a man who starts ageing backwards with consequences.


A smoothie in ‘Burn After Reading’ (2008)

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“Burn After Reading” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 78%.
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Focus Features

IMDB Synopsis: A disk containing mysterious information from a CIA agent ends up in the hands of two unscrupulous and daft gym employees who attempt to sell it.


A baguette in ‘Inglourious Basterds’ (2009)

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“Inglourious Basterds” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 89%.
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The Weinstein Company/Universal Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: In Nazi-occupied France during World War II, a plan to assassinate Nazi leaders by a group of Jewish U.S. soldiers coincides with a theatre owner’s vengeful plans for the same.


A Twinkie, some French fries, a wrap, and a handful of popcorn in ‘Moneyball’ (2011)

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“Moneyball” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 94%.
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Columbia Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane’s successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players.


A casserole in ‘The Tree of Life’ (2011)

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“The Tree of Life” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 84%.
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Fox Searchlight Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: The story of a family in Waco, Texas in 1956. The eldest son witnesses the loss of innocence and struggles with his parents’ conflicting teachings.


Ham and eggs in ‘Fury’ (2014)

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“Fury” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 76%.
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Sony Pictures Releasing

IMDB Synopsis: A grizzled tank commander makes tough decisions as he and his crew fight their way across Germany in April, 1945.


A shrimp salad in ‘Allied’ (2016)

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“Allied” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 60%.
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Paramount Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: In 1942, a Canadian intelligence officer in North Africa encounters a female French Resistance fighter on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. When they reunite in London, their relationship is tested by the pressures of war.


Mac and cheese and a Bloody Mary in ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ (2019)

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“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 85%.
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Sony Pictures Releasing

IMDB Synopsis: A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood’s Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.

Brad Pitt has eaten in 60 movies over the years — here are the tastiest looking snacks

Brad Pitt has eaten in over 60 movies.

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Brad Pitt has eaten in over 60 movies.
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Warner Bros. Pictures/Universal Pictures/Republic Pictures Home Video/Warner Bros. Pictures

  • Brad Pitt has a curious habit of eating in his movies, and has eaten in over 60 films.
  • He often eats in multiple scenes in movies, too, meaning he goes through a dozen food groups within the span of a single film.
  • We’ve selected the tastiest looking snacks Brad Pitt has tucked into throughout his film career.
  • There were nine examples of him eating in “Ocean’s Eleven” alone, and six in “Meet Joe Black,” so we had to limit the number of entries to a maximum of four per film.
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

An apple and a hotdog in ‘Cutting Class’ (1989)

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“Cutting Class” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 25%.
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Republic Pictures Home Video

IMDB Synopsis: A murderer is loose in a high school in this ‘whodunit’ movie.


Meatloaf, fried chicken, and some beans in ‘Johnny Suede’ (1991)

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“Johnny Suede” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 33%.
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Miramax Films/Paramount Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A struggling young musician and devoted fan of Ricky Nelson wants to be just like his idol and become a rock star.


Some Chinese takeaway and a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in ‘Kalifornia’ (1993)

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“Kalifornia” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 58%.
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Gramercy Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A journalist duo go on a tour of serial killer murder sites with two companions, unaware that one of them is a serial killer himself.


A rat and some human blood in ‘Interview with the Vampire’ (1994)

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“Interview with the Vampire” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 62%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A vampire tells his epic life story: love, betrayal, loneliness, and hunger.


Some potatoes, a roll, a glass of wine, and a ham in ‘Legends of the Fall’ (1994)

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“Legends of the Fall” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 58%.
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TriStar Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: In the early 1900s, three brothers and their father living in the remote wilderness of Montana are affected by betrayal, history, love, nature, and war.


A bag of Lay’s chips in ‘Se7en’ (1995)

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“Se7en” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 81%.
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New Line Cinema

IMDB Synopsis: Two detectives, a rookie and a veteran, hunt a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his motives.


A pastry in ‘Sleepers’ (1996)

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“Sleepers” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 73%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: After a prank goes disastrously wrong, a group of boys are sent to a detention center where they are brutalized. Thirteen years later, an unexpected random encounter with a former guard gives them a chance for revenge.


A bowl of soup, some oats, a cracker, and some dog food in ‘Seven Years in Tibet’ (1997)

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“Seven Years in Tibet” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 60%.
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TriStar Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: True story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama at the time of China’s takeover of Tibet.


Corned beef and cabbage in ‘The Devil’s Own’ (1997)

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“The Devil’s Own” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 34%.
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Columbia Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A police officer uncovers the real identity of his house-guest, an I.R.A. terrorist in hiding.


A cold sandwich, peanut butter, toast, and bacon and eggs in ‘Meet Joe Black’ (1998)

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“Meet Joe Black” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 53%.
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“Meet Joe Black” has a rotten tomatoes score of 53%

IMDB Synopsis: Death, who takes the form of a young man, asks a media mogul to act as a guide to teach him about life on Earth, and in the process, he falls in love with his guide’s daughter.


A cheeseburger, a shrimp cocktail, a fruit salad, and some ice cream in ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ (2001)

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“Ocean’s Eleven” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 82%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Danny Ocean and his ten accomplices plan to rob three Las Vegas casinos simultaneously.


A sandwich in ‘The Mexican’ (2001)

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“The Mexican” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 55%.
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DreamWorks Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: A man tries to transport an ancient gun called The Mexican, believed to carry a curse, back across the border, while his girlfriend pressures him to give up his criminal ways.


Tortilla chips in ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ (2004)

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“Ocean’s Twelve” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 55%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Daniel Ocean recruits one more team member so he can pull off three major European heists in this sequel to Ocean’s 11.


A gigantic turkey leg in ‘Troy’ (2004)

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“Troy” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 54%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: An adaptation of Homer’s great epic, the film follows the assault on Troy by the united Greek forces and chronicles the fates of the men involved.


Pancakes, a martini, a cocktail stick full of olives, and pot roast in ‘Mr & Mrs Smith’ (2005)

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“Mr & Mrs Smith” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 59%.
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20th Century Fox

IMDB Synopsis: A bored married couple is surprised to learn that they are both assassins hired by competing agencies to kill each other.


A beef stew in ‘The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford’ (2007)

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“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 77%.
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Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Robert Ford, who’s idolized Jesse James since childhood, tries hard to join the reforming gang of the Missouri outlaw, but gradually becomes resentful of the bandit leader.


Potstickers in ‘Ocean’s Thirteen’ (2007)

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“Ocean’s Thirteen” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 70%.
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Warners Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Danny Ocean rounds up the boys for a third heist, after casino owner Willy Bank double-crosses one of the original eleven, Reuben Tishkoff.


Caviar in ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ (2008)

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“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 71%.
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Paramount Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Tells the story of Benjamin Button, a man who starts ageing backwards with consequences.


A smoothie in ‘Burn After Reading’ (2008)

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“Burn After Reading” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 78%.
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Focus Features

IMDB Synopsis: A disk containing mysterious information from a CIA agent ends up in the hands of two unscrupulous and daft gym employees who attempt to sell it.


A baguette in ‘Inglourious Basterds’ (2009)

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“Inglourious Basterds” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 89%.
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The Weinstein Company/Universal Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: In Nazi-occupied France during World War II, a plan to assassinate Nazi leaders by a group of Jewish U.S. soldiers coincides with a theatre owner’s vengeful plans for the same.


A Twinkie, some French fries, a wrap, and a handful of popcorn in ‘Moneyball’ (2011)

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“Moneyball” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 94%.
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Columbia Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane’s successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players.


A casserole in ‘The Tree of Life’ (2011)

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“The Tree of Life” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 84%.
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Fox Searchlight Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: The story of a family in Waco, Texas in 1956. The eldest son witnesses the loss of innocence and struggles with his parents’ conflicting teachings.


Ham and eggs in ‘Fury’ (2014)

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“Fury” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 76%.
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Sony Pictures Releasing

IMDB Synopsis: A grizzled tank commander makes tough decisions as he and his crew fight their way across Germany in April, 1945.


A shrimp salad in ‘Allied’ (2016)

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“Allied” has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 60%.
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Paramount Pictures

IMDB Synopsis: In 1942, a Canadian intelligence officer in North Africa encounters a female French Resistance fighter on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. When they reunite in London, their relationship is tested by the pressures of war.


Mac and cheese and a Bloody Mary in ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ (2019)

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“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 85%.
source
Sony Pictures Releasing

IMDB Synopsis: A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood’s Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.

This $46,000 camper trailer designed by a former NASA architect can sleep more than 4 adults — see inside

2020 TAXA Mantis.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

  • TAXA Outdoors has unveiled the 2020 Mantis trailer that has a pop-up roof for extra sleeping space and ventilation.
  • The trailer also includes a full-size bed, bunk beds, a kitchen, dining table, and an optional bathroom.
  • The Mantis can sleep at least four people and seat six adults depending on configuration.
  • It currently starts at $46,167.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

TAXA Outdoors has unveiled its 2020 trailer models, including the new Mantis, which has a pop-up roof for extra sleeping space and ventilation.

TAXA has multiple trailer models currently on the market: the Cricket, Woolly Bear, Tiger Moth, and Mantis. However, the Mantis sleeps the most people out of all of the models: at least four adults can slumber inside.

For the first time, the Mantis has a pop-up roof, as well as a rear ladder to make accessing the roof storage easier. The pop-up roof has the ability to increase the trailer’s ventilation and the number of people who can sleep inside the Mantis. But other than pop-up roof sleeping, there are three beds onboard the Mantis: one full-sized bed and an optional bunk bed that also serves as a folding couch.

TAXA’s founder, CEO, and chief designer is Garrett Finney, who has done some design work for a NASA office, which he told Cool Hunting inspired the company’s designs.

The Mantis, which has a steel chassis and aluminum panels, currently starts at $46,167. Keep scrolling to see the interior:


There’s a rear-door hatch for ventilation and easier access to the trailer.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

The birch plywood-accented kitchen includes a two-burner stove, sink, and fridge.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

The dining table and lounging area in front of the rear door can seat up to four people.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

There’s a water heater, a 20-gallon fresh water tank, and a 22-gallon grey water tank.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

An optional bathroom includes a shower and a cassette toilet.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

There’s also an exterior shower that can be supplied by either hot or cold water.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

There are multiple exterior and interior LED lights, including a reading light.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

There is also a furnace, a 110-volt, 6,000 BTU air conditioner, and multiple 12-volt accessory outlets and USB outlets on board.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

The trailer is 19-feet long which allows it to be stored in a garage, TAXA claims.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

TAXA Outdoors also claims the flooring of the Mantis is non-slip.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

It has a cargo capacity of 1,088 pounds and weighs approximately 2,882 pounds without the optional add-ons.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

It can sleep at least four adults and seat six in total.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

The main bed is full-sized and includes under bed storage. There’s also an optional folding couch that turns into a bunk bed.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

An eight-foot exterior awning provides shade, while the windows are insulated and comes with screens and shades.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

The 15-inch wheels have all-terrain tires, which means it can be used both on and off-road, according to Utires.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors

Source: Utires


The maximum interior width is six-foot, 10 inches. The interior height ranges from four-foot, seven inches to 6-foot, 11 inches, depending on whether it’s opened or closed.

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2020 TAXA Mantis.
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TAXA Outdoors