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Money Heist's (La Casa De Papel) Netflix journey concludes in December 2021 with the release of Volume 2, Season 5. Netflix released the full-length official trailer for Money Heist season 5, Volume 2 on the 3rd of November 2021. The Spanish sensation has been one of the most popular shows of the last five years, overcoming language barriers and engaging tens of millions of non-Spanish speakers worldwide. The series has resulted in a significant increase in global demand for Spanish entertainment, including numerous new Spanish-language projects.
It's been a difficult and long journey, but we can't wait to see what the last segment of Money Heist will have in store for us. The fifth and current season of "Money Heist" is set to be the final one, but Netflix chose to break it into two volumes. All of us surely want to watch volume 2 of the series but nobody wants it to end. Volume 1 of Season 5 has already been released in September 2021, and Volume 2 will be released in December 2021. A bunch of pictures from Money Heist season 5 "Volume 2" have been released by Netflix.
Money Heist's (La Casa De Papel) Netflix journey concludes in December 2021 with the release of Volume 2, Season 5. | Photo by Ayiman Mohanty on Unsplash
Money Heist season 5 “Volume 2” trailer:
The trailer begins with the professor driving away in a red car, surrounded by tones of people and we can see soldiers lining up with professors car right outside the bank of Spain. The shot is cut and we can see Denver repeating the shocking revelation from season 5's, Volume 1 – “Tokyo is dead.” Lisbon consoles Rio and comforts him. Meanwhile, Alicia Sierra, the cop, comments in on what The Professor is going through: “You see the disappointed faces of the people you failed. It's as if a javelin was hurled through your chest.”
As The Professor seems to drive away in a car, the trailer pans to the soldiers, and we can hear Sagasta (Chief of soldiers) say: “We came in here to complete a mission: put an end to this heist. And that's what we're gonna do.” The soldiers prepare to get in the bank and Palermo is heard saying: “I really doubt we're gonna get out of here.” To which Helsinki replies: “You'll get me out of here. You promised, and you'll do it.” The rest of the trailer is filled with scenes which give us short ideas about the rest of the season, giving us goose bumps and a tone of thrill, mystery, action and drama.
The end of the series will surely be an emotional moment for the fans that have a lot going on in their minds | Pixabay
There's a lot to look forward to in the last portion of Money Heist. The end of the series will surely be an emotional moment for the fans that have a lot going on in their minds, “Will Alicia Sierra betray the professor?” “Will Alicia Sierra join the team?” “Will the professor’s plan fail?” “Will Rafael (Berlin’s Son) join the heist?” “Will Tokyo end up alive?."
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk said it is "totally cool" if his employees listen to music at work as long as the colleagues around them are happy with their music choices. CNBC reported that they have obtained a pair of e-mails Musk sent to Tesla employees in the first week of October, where he expressed his views about listening to music at the workplace.
"An associate just sent me a note asking if we could have one earbud for music so the other ear can listen for safety-related issues. That sounds fine to me," Musk said in the letter. "Also, ambient music from speakers is also totally cool so long as there is reasonable agreement among your colleagues as to the music choices," he added.
According to the report, Musk is known for his spontaneous mass communication, from rants on Twitter to "everybody" e-mails he sends to all employees at his electric vehicle company. The first one said listening to music at work with one earbud out to listen for safety-related issues was OK.A The second, harsher email reminded employees there are only three options when Musk sends directions -- explain why he's wrong, request further clarification or execute. At the time, Tesla had just announced record third-quarter deliveries despite supply chain pressures, most notably a chip shortage. (IANS/ MBI)
Keywords: Elon Musk, music, Tesla, CEO, employees
Several vials that were labelled "smallpox" and accidentally found at a laboratory in the US state of Pennsylvania raised the alarm for threats of a virus leak to public health, local media has reported. A laboratory worker found 15 vials while cleaning out a freezer in a facility that conducts vaccine research outside Philadelphia, with five labelled "smallpox" and 10 as "vaccinia", Xinhua news agency reported.
Smallpox is a highly infectious disease caused by the variola virus, which claimed the lives of 300 million people in the 20th century, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). A possible leak put the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Homeland Security on high alert. Under the WHO agreement, there are only two authorised repositories of live smallpox stocks, the CDC headquarters in Atlanta and a research center in Russia.
The CDC said Thursday that it found no evidence the vials contained the variola virus, and there was no indication that lab workers or the public had been exposed to the contents, without explanations of how the vials ended up in the freezer or if the agency investigated a virus leak. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, was quoted by The New York Times as saying that smallpox can be lethal "even after it is freeze-dried." (IANS/ MBI)
Keywords: Smallpox, vials, US, lab, virus leak, risks
Apple has set February 1, 2022, as the return date to office for its employees worldwide, as the tech giant prepares for a hybrid workplace next year. According to a report in The Information, Apple will let employees work for up to four weeks remotely each year. Referring to an internal memo sent to staff by CEO Tim Cook, the report said late on Thursday that Apple wants staff to return to offices on February 1 to begin a "hybrid work pilot", under which employees will work out of the office for one or two days each week.
Apple had earlier offered two weeks of remote work per year but added two more weeks to give "more opportunity to travel, be closer to your loved ones, or simply shake up your routines", according to the internal memo. The employees will come to the office on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and they'll be able to work from home on Wednesdays and Fridays. "Some employees may be asked to come into the office four or five days a week if their roles require more time in the office," according to the memo.
Apple had earlier delayed return to office until at least January 2022, as the US witnessed a surge in cases of the Delta variant of Covid-19. The iPhone maker said in August that the employees would get a month's notice before they rejoin work in-person. In June, the Apple CEO had said that employees would need to return to offices three days a week starting in early September. That date was then moved to October, and then to early 2022. Some employees even pushed back against Apple's hybrid model at work. (IANS/ MBI)
Keywords: Apple, covid-19, pandemic, employees, worldwide, tech giant