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Samsung’s brand new splash-resistant sound tower is a party in a box

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Summer is fast approaching and while many prioritise working on their summer body and preparing their seasonal wardrobe, there’s one summer essential that is absolutely imperative for great summer vibes, and that is a speaker.

But Samsung’s MX-T50 Sound Tower isn’t just any speaker, it’s a party in a box. Packing a whopping 500 watts of power, this will bring the dearly-missed party vibes to your home, pool or BBQ.

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To make things even better, this beast of a boombox’s splash-resistant feature protects the equipment from any accidental drips and splashes, making it ideal for a poolside setting.

The MX-T50’s bi-directional sound and dynamic bass, paired with its LED Party Lights make it the perfect piece of a equipment to brighten up a room and bring the vibes home, all of which can be controlled via Samsung’s official Sound Tower App.

Finally, you cannot forget the MX-T50’s Karaoke Mode which allows a single microphone input and invites the singer in you to bring out your inner talents.

All of this, paired with its Bluetooth Multi-Connection allowing the pairing of two simultaneous mobile devices make it the ideal piece of equipment to brighten up an otherwise dreary summer day and you can find it at Sound Machine Malta.

Samsung’s brand new splash-resistant sound tower is a party in a box.

Samsung’s brand new splash-resistant sound tower from Samsung Malta – Soundmachine is a party in a box. 🔊Visit the following link for more info: https://soundmachine.com.mt/sound-towers/#MaltaDaily #Ad

Posted by Malta Daily on Friday, 16 April 2021

 

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Toxic Masculinity | by Għajjejt u Xbajt

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Apr 18 2021 Share

“Boys will be Boys”

…or so people are told from the moment they are born until the moment they start believing it. Why does society push the idea that toxic behaviours are excusable for young men, and that these exact behaviours go on to define the very essence of their masculinity as they move into adulthood?

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Under a patriarchal system, men are convinced of the fact that there are rules to being a “real man”, which they must follow in order to live up to the toxic ideal. A “real man” never cries, nor does he exude anything but strength and leadership at all times. All the while, young boys are consistently told that showing emotion is weak, and being in touch with their sensitivity and vulnerability is something undesirable – and is only for women.

Toxic Masculinity The problems with these teachings are vast, not only do they raise generations of emotionally repressed men who do not know how to process complex emotions, but they also teach them to view “feminine” traits as signs of weakness and being lesser than – which is not at all conducive for maintaining healthy relationships throughout their lives. Imagine the difference it would make to a man’s life, to be able to relinquish the toxic shackles placed upon him from a young age, and allow himself to have a good cry?

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It is quite common to hear feminism described as “man-hating” or a conspiratorial movement put forward in order to harm or ridicule men, when the reality is very different. Toxic patriarchal values hurt everyone – and toxic masculinity is a prominent offender.

Boys will always be that which people teach them to be from a young age.

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8,000 immigrants stopped by Libyan coast guard from travelling to Europe

8000 immigrants stopped by Libyan coast guard from travelling to Europe
Apr 18 2021 Share

Minister for Foreign Affairs Evarist Bartolo stated that, from the start of this year, the Libyan Coast Guard stopped around 8,000 immigrants from starting a voyage towards Europe. The Minister quoted a report by Frontex that states that another wave of immigration is set to begin as summer approaches. He also stated that in his opinion, without any agreements between the EU and Libya, Malta will not experience the progress it desires in regards to immigration.

In other related news, the migrant rescue NGO Sea-Eye will be sending a new vessel to join its operations this summer. Called the Sea-Eye 4, the vessel is scheduled to arrive in Spain by end of April from where it will set out on its first rescue mission. Sea-Eye chairman Gordon Isler stated that ‘at least 406 deaths were recorded in 2021 already [in the Mediterranean]’ and that it is ‘inhuman’ to let this continue.

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14% of COVID-19 deaths not primarily caused by the virus

14% of COVID-19 deaths not primarily caused by the virus
Apr 18 2021 Share

New figures supplied to the Times of Malta have revealed that around 14% of deaths listed as ‘COVID-19 fatalities’ were not caused by the virus. The patients merely had the virus when they passed away, with the Health Ministry stating that the virus contributed to the death. This statistic records the number of deaths up until April 15th, when Malta registered 403 COVID-19 deaths.

Of those 403, 346 were listed as having passed away due to COVID-19 being the primary cause. The remaining 57 fatalities had other conditions, with COVID-19 listed as a secondary cause of death. The most common causes of death were cardiovascular conditions, followed by cancer. COVID-19 must be included as having played a part in someone’s passing, as the role played by the virus in the fatality cannot be denied.

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