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    Simulated attacks on a U.S. aircraft carrier replica by the Iranian military ostensibly to intimidate the United States backfired instead and left Iran in an embarrassing situation. Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard ran the war games on a replica in the the Strait of Hormuz, a key waterway connecting the Persian Gulf with the ocean. The military exercises were named "Prophet Mohammed 14th" and included the replica being encircled by speed boats and hit by missiles. But the mock ship appeared to have capsized as it was being towed after the war games. And because the waterway is so shallow, the replica will likely impair shipping through the Strait of Hormuz. ...
    Lego and Nintendo are teaming up for a new Lego set that assembles into a blocky model of Nintendo’s 8-bit gaming console, the Nintendo Entertainment System, along with an interactive TV displaying Super Mario Bros. The two companies collaborated earlier this year to create interactive Super Mario-themed sets. Designed for adult builders, this new set contains 2,646 pieces that combine to create Nintendo’s first home console as well as an NES controller, a game cartridge that can fit into the console, and a miniature retro TV. The TV displays Mario traversing through a stage from the 1985 classic, and a crank located on the left side of the TV lets you move the mustached plumber up and down between platforms....
    We’ve been expecting it, Bond fans... and finally it’s here. A faithful replica of the Aston Martin DB5 made famous by Sean Connery in 1964’s Goldfinger is rolling off the production line, complete with an array of working gadgets. Just 28 of the ‘Goldfinger Continuation’ models are being made and will set buyers back £3.3million. Three quarters have already been sold by pre-order. Those able to afford one will probably have their own estate grounds to drive it around – which is a good thing as the model, being identical to the 1960s original, doesn’t meet modern technical and safety standards and is not legal on public roads. A faithful replica of the Aston Martin DB5 made famous by...
    Kim Kardashian West is dedicated to her fashion archives. The reality star, 39, posted a video to her Instagram on Monday showing off a custom corset by famed corsetier Mister Pearl — revealing that the original made for her infamous 2019 Met Gala look was “misplaced.” “I want it so badly preserved for my archive that I flew to London to have another made for the archive,” Kardashian wrote. She also teased that her upcoming 40th birthday in October will feature some over-the-top outfits. “We also might have started making a few more looks including my special 40th bday look. Can’t wait to show you the LOOKSSSS we’ve been cooking up.” Kim Kardashian in Mugler at the 2019 Met GalaGetty...
    Laverne Cox made a statement with her rainbow-colored clutch at the 2019 Emmys — and now she’s spreading the love. The “Orange Is the New Black” actress, 48, is auctioning off a replica of the Edie Parker clutch she carried at the awards show in honor of Pride Month. Bidding on the design began Monday on Charitybuzz and ends on July 8th. 100 percent of money raised will be donated to the Anti-Violence Project, a nonprofit that works to keep LGBTQ+ communities safe and supports survivors of abuse through counseling and advocacy. The clutch is an exact replica of Cox’s and holds a special meaning for the LGBTQ activist; it had the words “Oct 8, Title VII, Supreme Court”...
    Leftist activists are petitioning to have the Emancipation Memorial removed in Boston which features former Republican President Abraham Lincoln and a newly freed slave who is rising from his knees while holding a broken chain. “A petition to remove the statue was spearheaded by an African American man from Boston named Tory Bullock who says he’s been seeing the statue since he was a kid,” WCVB-TV Boston reported. “Bullock says his petition has more than 7,000 signatures and the attention of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, who Bullock posted is willing to talk about removing it.” Read members only content for just 99¢You’ll also unlock an ad-free experience and the Daily Wire mobile app and help support the web’s best conservative...