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'Loki' Debut Tops 'WandaVision' And 'Falcon And The Winter Soldier'

oki has reportedly beaten out WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier in its debut on Disney Plus.

Since the debut of The Mandalorian, Disney Plus has proven itself to be a force to be reckoned with in the streaming industry, with subscription numbers beating out all expectations. Earlier this year, both WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier both became big hits for the platform with the latter becoming the first Disney Plus series to top Nielsen’s streaming charts. But now it appears that Loki may be beating out both of these series.

According to a new report, the debut of Loki on Disney Plus has beaten out both WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. WandaVision debuted with over 655,000 viewers and Falcon and The Winter Solder came in with over 759,000. Now Loki has beaten that out with a reported 890,000 views. The report sites SambaTV as the source of this information which measures streaming viewership on 3M smart terrestrial TV households for at least five minutes. It is noted however that this did not include mobile views.


Tweet of the Day


Tweet of the Day


NYC-MYR: Rep. Ocasio-Cortez endorses Maya Wiley for NYC mayor

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) endorsed New York City mayoral candidate Maya Wiley on Saturday, the latest effort by the Democratic Party’s left to consolidate before the June 22 primary.

“We have an option of a candidate who can center people, racial justice, economic justice, and climate justice that didn't just come up to run for mayor, but has experience,” the congresswoman said, confirming that Wiley was her first choice in the city’s ranked-choice election. “That candidate is Maya Wiley.”

Wiley, a civil rights lawyer who previously chaired New York’s Civilian Complaint Review Board, entered the mayoral contest in October, channeling the energy of that summer’s criminal justice reform protests, and offering voters a chance to elect the city’s first female mayor.

“I don’t sound like past mayors, or look like them, or think like them,” she said in the campaign’s launch video. “That is the point.”

Multiple candidates were already competing for liberal votes. City Comptroller Scott Stringer lined up key endorsements after years of his support for liberal primary challengers, and nonprofit executive Dianne Morales offered left-wing voters the only plan by any candidate to cut the NYPD’s budget in half.


Texas Democrats have a good night in Dallas-Ft. Worth area.


Joseph Vogas
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Here’s a list of what I know flipped as of 6/6/21 at 1:40 pm. Sure doesn’t look like Dems had a bad night in Texas to me.

Bonus Tweet of the Day


Tweet of the Day


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NYC-MYR: Scott Stringer Is Accused of Sexual Misconduct by 2nd Woman

Five weeks after an allegation of unwanted sexual advances upended Scott M. Stringer’s New York City mayoral campaign, a second woman is accusing him of sexual harassment and making unwanted advances when she said she worked for Mr. Stringer nearly three decades ago.

The woman, Teresa Logan, said that she was a waitress and tended bar at Uptown Local, an establishment on the Upper West Side that was co-founded and run in part by Mr. Stringer. In an interview, she accused Mr. Stringer of once groping her as she carried trays, making unwanted sexual advances, including kissing and groping, outside the workplace at least twice and treating her in a manner that often made her uncomfortable.

The first interactions, she said, took place in the spring of 1992, when Mr. Stringer was 32 and she was 18.

In a statement, Mr. Stringer, 61 and now the city comptroller, said he had “no memory” of Ms. Logan, now 47.

“If, in fact, I met Ms. Logan, and ever did anything to make her uncomfortable, I am sorry,” he said. In response to Ms. Logan’s description of an unprofessional work environment, he said: “Uptown Local was a long-ago chapter in my life from the early 1990s and it was all a bit of a mess.”


Bobby Gentry - Ode to Billy Joe

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