‘Cyclops’ Baby Goat Has Only 1 Eye And 1 Ear, But All Of Our Hearts

A one-eyed goat born in Assam, India, last week is being seen as a blessing by its owner.

The kid was born May 10 with only one eye, one ear and barely a nose, thanks to a condition called cyclopia that occurs in the womb when the brain?s two hemisphere do not separate.

Usually animals with the condition die within hours after being born, but this goat has defied expectations, according to Barcroft TV.

The one-eyed goat is attracting a lot of attention to the farm where it was born, and that pleases Mukhuri Das, the goat?s owner.

?I was shocked. It?s like a miracle and people have been coming to our place to see this baby goat,? he told Barcroft TV. ?It might be something from God that the baby goat was born in our house.?

Das believes the one-eyed animal is bringing luck to his family ? and he?s not kidding around.

?So many people are coming to our place to see this baby goat,? he said. ?We are happy that it?s making us famous.?

Das said he has been feeding the one-eyed goat like a normal animal, even though it has shorter than normal upper jaw and is missing some teeth.

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Jimmy Fallon Regrets Not Speaking Out After That Dreadful Trump Interview

Last September ? when the now president of the United States was still just the Republican nominee no one thought could actually win the election ? Jimmy Fallon welcomed Donald Trump on ?The Tonight Show.? 

Instead of grilling him about his campaign or xenophobic stances, Fallon decided to rub Trump?s head and ruffle his hair. It didn?t go over well

The late-night host, who never spoke about the interview in the months following, has finally decided to share his side of the story. In a New York Times profile published Wednesday morning, Fallon admits that he should have addressed the criticism following Trump?s appearance right away, but he just wanted to keep a low profile. 

?I didn?t talk about it, and I should have talked about it,? he told the Times. ?I regret that.?

Fallon said the hate online was deafening, and that it affected him much more than people thought.

?I didn?t do it to humanize him,? Fallon said of the Trump moment. ?I almost did it to minimize him. I didn?t think that would be a compliment: ?He did the thing that we all wanted to do.??

?I?m a people pleaser,? he added, later in the piece. ?If there?s one bad thing on Twitter about me, it will make me upset. So, after this happened, I was devastated. I didn?t mean anything by it. I was just trying to have fun.?

Fun is Fallon?s game. He?s never been the political type, nor is that where his strengths lie. His goal, says the 42-year-old, is to entertain, and he tries to do that in the best way he knows how: with ?SNL?-like bits, sketches and celebrity drinking games.

?Jimmy is not a political comedian, so it would be very phony of him to go out and do long political joke rants just because that?s what some people want,? Tina Fey told the Times of her former colleague. ??The Tonight Show? has historically been a friendly, light show.?

I didn?t mean anything by it. I was just trying to have fun.
Jimmy Fallon on that Trump interview

Fallon said he feels like his Trump controversy has ?sailed,? and that maybe he missed the boat on making an impact on his viewers? takes on it. But, ultimately, he will continue to do the show he?s always been producing.

?I tossed and turned for a couple of weeks, but I have to make people laugh,? he said. ?People that voted for Trump watch my show as well.?

As of now, Fallon is trailing Stephen Colbert?s ?The Late Show? in viewership. (In the week ending May 12, Colbert had a little over 3 million nightly viewers while Fallon had just under 2.7 million.) But Fallon is still leading in the coveted 18-to-49-year-old demographic, which makes him want to work to maintain at least this stride. 

?We?re winning in something. People in the height requirement between 5-7 and 5-11, we?re No. 1, from 11:50 to 11:55,? he joked before sincerely adding, ?I never, ever care. I?ll know when someone fires me.?

To read the full profile, head to The New York Times

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Here’s The George Michael Tribute Queer People Have Been Waiting For

A gay couple have paid tribute to pop icon George Michael in a new video aimed at raising awareness of LGBTQ issues in Poland.

Released May 14, the video is a colorful mashup of three of Michael?s classic hits, ?Faith,? ?Too Funky? and ?Freedom ?90.? A bevy of well-known Polish personalities, including singer-dancer Wiktor Korszla, drag queens Charlotte Drag Queer and Aldona Relax, and vloggers Piotr Soko?owski and Pawe? Dworak, star in the clip, which can be viewed above. Marek Idziak-Sepkowski and Jedrzej Idziak-Sepkowski, who tied the knot in a symbolic 2014 ceremony even though same-sex marriage is not recognized in Poland, also make appearances in the video, which concludes with a hashtag call for equality, #PolandWakeUp

The project was spearheaded by Polish LGBTQ rights activists Jakub Kwiecinski and his boyfriend, David. The pair shot to viral fame in August 2016 when they repurposed Roxette?s ?Some Other Summer? as a coming out anthem in a colorful video that has received over 490,000 views to date. Since then, they?ve produced a number of other popular YouTube clips, including LGBTQ-inclusive renditions of RedOne?s ?Don?t You Need Somebody? and Mariah Carey?s ?All I Want for Christmas Is You.? 

Their homage to Michael, who died in December, is particularly fitting, given his cultural significance to the queer community. ?He was the greatest gay artist of our time, a real icon,? Kwiecinski told HuffPost. He noted how he and David continue to find strength in Michael?s music. ?We grew up with it, we fell in love with it… and now we can fight with it.? 

Kwiecinski said he and David will head to Portugal to marry in June, even though their union won?t be official in their home country. The country?s parliament has no openly gay or transgender members, and national efforts to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination and violence have been unsuccessful. 

Still, the couple have vowed to keep fighting. ?We just did to say it loud and clear ? we are not gonna let go and we are not afraid,? Kwiecinski said. ?When we sang ?Freedom ?90? at the end, we really felt a power that we can change the world. Not today, not tomorrow ? but one day, it will happen.?

No doubt George would be thrilled by the efforts his legacy has inspired. 

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‘House Of Cards’ Gets Orwellian In First Few Seconds Of Season 5

?House of Cards? fans may be split on the political drama?s first season after Donald Trump?s surprise election victory: It seems the upcoming season will feel either dull in light of the political drama playing out daily on cable news channels, or wonderfully relevant. Regardless, the first few seconds of Season 5 aim to give you the willies.

Streamed Tuesday morning over Facebook Live, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) delivers a message to the nation in a clip that serves as the first episode?s cold open. Claire, referencing a terror attack, calmly imparts an edict from the office of the president, still held by her husband Frank (Kevin Spacey).

?The president and I have a simple request: Tell us what you see,? she says while retaining her eerie composure. ?If anything in your environment strikes you as a bit odd, a bit off, pick up the phone. Whether it?s a package, or a person who seems out of place, we?d love you to let us know.? Her request, which somehow doesn?t sound as optional as their speaker suggests, calls back to the totalitarian government of 1984 that taught citizens to report on their neighbors.

While Kevin Spacey has stated that the show never worries ?about keeping it topical and current,? many have happily spotted similarities between the upcoming Season 5 ? out May 30 ? and Trump?s ascension to the presidency after the full trailer dropped earlier this month. Claire?s criticism of the ?noisy press? is just another such echo of the Trump administration. 

Thankfully, the only one telling us to ?watch out for each other? and ?watch each other? is a fictional character.

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Stephen Colbert’s Idea For Trump Presidency Movie: ‘Watergate 2: Resign Harder’

Blockbuster season has begun, but as the news about Donald Trump?s presidency seemingly continues to get worse, you may be thinking that the country could use real galaxy guardians or an unbelievably fast car to take us far away from here.

But Stephen Colbert actually went the opposite route on ?The Late Show? last night during his monologue, imagining the Trump scandals as perfect material for a summer blockbuster.

Focusing on the recent scandals which have involved (long breath) Trump firing FBI Director James Comey amid the Russian-collusion investigation, Trump threatening that he?s been secretly taping conversations in the Oval Office and Trump leaking highly classified information to the Russians, Colbert envisioned Trump as the star of a dark sequel.

Mentioning an Axios article claiming that Trump might try to have a ?huge reboot? within his staff given all the problems, Colbert launched into his movie pitch.

?Yes, it?s yet another 70?s reboot … ?Watergate 2: Resign Harder.? This summer, he is a crook,? said Colbert.

He then continued, ?Although, to be fair, Nixon at least attempted a cover-up.?

Colbert had another string of jokes immediately following this.

The late night host examined White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer?s decision to avoid all questions about Trump?s claim about Oval Office recordings with iterations of, ?The president has made it clear what his position is.?

?No, we know he?s screwing the country,? Colbert responded, ?but he hasn?t made clear what the position is. Is it missionary? Is it doggy style??

Making up (presumably) a politically-related sex position, Colbert joked, ?Sounds like he?s pulling a reverse-Constitutional.?

This Trump blockbuster has intrigue, scandal and, apparently, sex. No wonder more than 60 million people voted to watch this.

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