Jennifer Aniston wont take to social media

first_imgLos Angeles: Jennifer Aniston has broken a new-age celebrity stereotype by remaining a top Hollywood star despite saying no to social media. Her reason for staying away from interactive cyber space is clear. “I know when I’m comfortable with something, and I know when I’m not,” the actress told “InStyle” magazine, in its October issue. Aniston feels the constant pressure to be liked on social media can particularly have “damaging effects” on “young people figuring out their identity”. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka “They (the young adult) are doing it through someone else’s lens, which has been filtered and changed… and then, it’s ‘like me’, ‘don’t like me’, ‘did I get liked?’ There’s all this comparing and despairing,” a report in “eonline.com” quoted her as saying. Aniston, who became a household name playing Rachel Green in the popular sitcom “Friends” over 10 seasons, recalled her own days of struggle and growing up while understand how the pressure works. The 50-year-old actress also revealed her secret to aging beautifully. “I am all about living to whatever age I’m supposed to, as long as I’m thriving,” she said.last_img read more

Graffiti denouncing Trudeau spraypainted outside WilsonRayboulds constituency office

first_imgVANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – As political sparks continue to fly over the SNC-Lavalin scandal, the constituency office of the woman at the centre of it all has been struck by vandals.Graffiti by Jody Wilson-Raybould’s Vancouver office at Broadway and Alder St. seems to support Jody and denounce Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.“Canadians believe Jody” “Flush the Turd 2019” and “Make Canada Great Again” spray painted on the road on Broadway outside @Puglaas’s Vancouver constituency office #bcpoli #cdnpoli #SNCLavalinScandal pic.twitter.com/VxIHFhUAaP— Lasia Kretzel (@lkretzel1130) April 8, 2019The words, spray-painted in white and red on the road and sidewalk, say things like “Let Jody speak,” “Trudeau for treason,” and “Make Canada great again.”The largest says, “Make B.C. the best coast again.”The office windows were painted but have since been cleaned.RELATED: Do Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott have a future in politics beyond the fall federal election?Vancouver police confirm they were called to a report of mischief at the constituency office early Monday morning. A 37-year-old Vancouver man has been arrested.Officers also seized several cans of spray paint. Charges of mischief may be [email protected] says a 37-y-o man is in custody. They say the the messages were not threatening/derogatory and officers have seized several cans of spray paint. The messages on the window have since been removed while the cleanup of the sidewalk is underway. Details on @NEWS1130. https://t.co/fNM8xh4W9S— Sonia Aslam (@SoniaSAslam) April 8, 2019RELATED: Door open for Wilson-Raybould, Philpott to join the Greens: MayWilson-Raybould tweeted about the incident, saying she appreciated people wanting to show support but encouraged them to do so without damaging property.While I appreciate people wanting to show their support and enthusiasm as well as express their views, I would encourage them to do so without damaging private or public property or putting themselves in harm’s way. Thank you. https://t.co/GDW7wkptJN— Jody Wilson-Raybould (@Puglaas) April 8, 2019Penny, who lives in the constituency, agrees. “It’s a weird way to show your support.”“This is horrendous. Whatever point they are trying to make, there are better ways that you can do it. You’re just going to anger the residents of the neighbourhood. It’s the wrong thing to do,” she said.Lydia walked by the graffiti and told NEWS 1130 this is a growing sign of disappointment in the Liberals. “I think this is very impactful. I think it’s a good way of raising awareness.”Last week, Wilson-Raybould and fellow MP Jane Philpott were removed from the Liberal party.Wilson-Raybould stepped down from Trudeau’s cabinet in February after he shuffled her out of the coveted justice portfolio. Philpott followed suit three weeks later, surrendering her role as Indigenous Services minister over what she called a lack of confidence in how the Prime Minister’s Office had handled the SNC-Lavalin controversy. – With files from Sonia Aslamlast_img read more