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We may have just lost Joan Rivers, but here's 3 minutes from the last 50 years of her killing it.

Joan Rivers' unrelentingly brash and incredibly politically incorrect style earned her — fairly or unfairly — much criticism over the years (she's been accused of body-shaming and the irresponsible promotion of plastic surgery), but it also cemented her place in history. Her style of comedy broke gender roles, paved the way for countless female comedians, and never stopped trying to make people laugh.

We may have just lost Joan Rivers, but here's 3 minutes from the last 50 years of her killing it.
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The UK is experiencing record-breaking weather this week. England reached its hottest temperature of the year on Tuesday when it hit 32.2°C at Heathrow Airport in west London. Temperatures in Northern Ireland reached an all-time high when 31.3°C was recorded at Castlederg the next day.

However, when you translate Celsius to Fahrenheit, the temperatures don't seem to be that extreme, at least to an American. Thirty-two degrees celsius is only 89.6° F. When you compare the temperatures in the UK to an average July day in Las Vegas, Nevada where it'll hit 107°F, the British seem a little weak.

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