It Was 2 A.M. And George Russell Was In The Bathroom When He Got The Call From Mercedes F1

If you’re in the bathroom at 2 a.m. that usually doesn’t signify good things. For George Russell, though, that happened to be the right place and the right time, as that’s when he got the call to drive for the Mercedes-AMG F1 team at this weekend’s Sakhir Grand Prix. Russell, a driver for Williams Racing most weekends, will replace Lewis Hamilton, who’s tested positive for COVID-19.

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Here’s how Russell said the call went down, via

“I got a phone call from Toto [Wolff, Mercedes Team Principal] at 2am on Tuesday morning,” said Russell. “I was actually in the bathroom at that moment, which was slightly awkward. He answered the phone and said, ‘George, are you in the bathroom?’ and I said, ‘Sorry, I am in the bathroom’.

“And he said ‘unfortunately Lewis has caught Covid, he’s doing well, he’s healthy and feels fine

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Bathroom Vanity Sets Market 2021 Share, Size, Regions, Growth Opportunities, Top Manufactures, Trends, Technologies, Drivers and Forecast to 2026

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Top Key Manufacturers in Bathroom Vanity Sets Market:

● Kohler ● American Woodmark Corporation ● IKEA ● American Standard ● FOREMOST GROUP ● Virtu USA ● OVE DÉCOR ● CABICO ● Bertch ● Cutler Group ● Design Element ● Legion Furniture ● Strasser Woodenworks ● James Martin Vanities ● Porcelanosa ● Euro-Rite Cabinets ● Duravit

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FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. Booking Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Projects for 2021 and Beyond | Dec 3, 2020

Langhorne, PA — (SBWIRE) — 12/03/2020 — FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath is currently scheduling appointments for individuals interested in kitchen and bathroom design services in Bucks County and the surrounding area. While it’s always tempting to plan a significant project like kitchen remodeling without help, there are often mistakes that can be avoided with the assistance of experienced contractors. FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. will ensure the best investment of resources, properly plan the space, and prevent obstruction of essential features like light and ventilation.

Individuals who plan their own remodeling projects can easily get caught up in the process of shopping for appliances, materials, and other features that might not work well with the allotted space. Buying the biggest refrigerator might seem like a good investment, but it wouldn’t be the best move for a family that primarily uses the kitchen for one-off meals. Plus, the appliance

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Belgians can invite guests for Christmas amid coronavirus pandemic, but only one can use the bathroom

The four-person rule will apply for Christmas, and authorities are trying to make sure that people who show up for backyard celebrations do not end up spending time indoors. Anyone inviting guests over needs to have a garden or backyard that can be accessed without walking through the house, which essentially means that people who live in detached homes can have guests over but those who live in rowhouses cannot. “You are not allowed to go through an interior space first, because then there is a risk that many people will be together in a small space,” Interior Minister Annelies Verlinden told Het Laatste Nieuws on Monday.

A spokesperson for Verlinden added another major caveat: Only one guest who is chosen as a “close contact” can be allowed inside the house to use the bathroom. Other visitors are banned from going inside for any reason, including grabbing a drink or

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LGBTQ Rights in North Carolina After the ‘Bathroom Bill’

Passing new local protections in North Carolina could be the key to wider changes across the South, Scott and her allies argue. For queer-rights advocates, local legislation has become more crucial than ever, because Donald Trump and his Republican allies have rolled back federal and state protections over the past four years. But major obstacles to this plan lie ahead.

Among the most significant is that the Republican-run state legislature could try to renew the state’s ban on local protections—or even resurrect H.B. 2 itself. H.B. 2 first arose in response to the city of Charlotte’s passage of a local LGBTQ-rights ordinance. In 2016, the state GOP “decided that culture-war issues ought to take precedence over traditional conservative preference for local control,” The Atlantic’s David A. Graham wrote at the time. Sure, H.B. 2 went on to cause massive economic and reputational problems for the state, and arguably contributed

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San Leandro woman charged with ‘particularly cruel’ torture of 9-year-old allegedly found locked in bathroom with broken ribs, injured liver

SAN LEANDRO — A woman has been ordered to stand trial on charges that she tortured her 9-year-old son, allegedly keeping the boy barricaded inside a bathroom where local police found him suffering from numerous serious injuries in January court records show.

Shawanda Black, 25, is due in court Tuesday, facing charges of torture, mayhem, and false imprisonment by violence. She was ordered to stand trial after a preliminary hearing in September, and has been incarcerated at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin since her arrest 10 months ago, court records show.

A doctor who examined the boy’s injuries — among them, a broken back, multiple broken ribs, an injury to his liver and open wounds all over his body — noted they were “particularly cruel and brutal” and the result of physical abuse, police have alleged in court records. The boy was discovered “cowering” inside the bathroom where he was

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The Property Brothers Reveal the Best Bathroom Upgrade of 2020

Ever wonder what it’d be like to renovate your parents’ house? That’s what Drew and Jonathan Scott face on the latest “Property Brothers: Forever Home.”

In the Season 4 episode “Buying Mom and Dad’s House,” the brothers help Mike and Ashley renovate Ashley’s parents’ house in Las Vegas. The home is woefully outdated, but Ashley and Mike have an impressive $155,000 budget to update this old house.

Here’s how the Scott brothers bring this house into the modern age—with some take-home lessons you might be inspired to try in your own abode.

A large island can help define an open floor plan

The Scott brothers know that an outdated kitchen can age the whole house.


Ashley’s parents’ old house was renovated in the early 2000s, so it’s still in fairly good shape. Still, Drew and Jonathan know that the home, especially the kitchen, could use some updates.

The brothers

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TikTok user ‘grills’ steak in airplane bathroom, draws criticism from viewers and airlines alike: ‘Disgusted’

A comedian from New York is catching a lot of heat for an unsavory cooking tutorial he recorded in an airplane restroom.

The man, identified as Marcus Monroe, had recently shared footage of himself “grilling” a steak over a fire he started in the toilet of what appeared to be a Delta aircraft bathroom, and then taking the steak back to his seat to enjoy on the flight.

“They don’t have hot meals anymore on airplanes so… I come up with a solution,” he reportedly wrote in the caption of the now-deleted video, according to the International Business Times.

Some might see an airplane toilet. One TikTok user, however, saw a grill waiting to be fired up.

Some might see an airplane toilet. One TikTok user, however, saw a grill waiting to be fired up.

In addition to removing the video, Monroe has since claimed that the entire thing was staged. (Third-party social media users have since re-uploaded the clip, which appears to show that the fire

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SkinStore Is Having A Black Friday Sale, So Make Room In Your Bathroom Cabinet

You can’t put a price on amazing skin and hair, but with savings of up to 75% off — you can certainly try.

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Here are just a few of the holy grail items we plan on adding to cart:


A beautyblender for your most flawless

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New Jersey school board member resigns after streaming bathroom break during meeting

WOODLAND PARK, N.J. – Here’s a reminder of why you should stop taking Zoom into the bathroom.

As more of us stay at home, here are some Zoom video teleconferencing tips and tricks



A New Jersey school board member accidentally broadcast her bathroom break during a board meeting.

Frances Cogelja, a Hackensack school board member, resigned Tuesday after the broadcast,, part of the USA TODAY Network, reported.

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The Zoom mishap happened during Monday’s Board of Education meeting. By Tuesday afternoon, the school district’s website had posted an announcement that Cogelja had resigned.

a flat screen television: Zoom app on March 30, 2020, in Arlington, Virginia.

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Zoom app on March 30, 2020, in Arlington, Virginia.

Cogelja has come under fire for her criticism of LGBT curriculum and for her initial refusal to approve an anti-racism board resolution.

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