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hot take

An opinion or analysis published, broadcast, or otherwise issued very soon after the topic in question has occurred or become timely, often produced without much research and with the primary intention of being provocative in order to generate attention. The news cycle is filled with hot takes on every single issue—are we incapable of waiting to form a rational, well thought-out opinion? Twitter is a gold mine for garbage hot takes.
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Rob Rinder aka Judge Rinder There are no previews available, as it's recorded near enough live but, according to the blurb from Channel 4, Rob will be "mixing his razor-sharp legal mind and hilarious hot takes to satirically dissect what is going on with the world today and searching for the elusive things that might make Britain a better place." Sounds good to us, not to mention much-needed.
Rob Rinder, aka Judge Rinder There are no previews available, as it's recorded near enough live but, according to the blurb from Channel 4, Rob will be "mixing his razor-sharp legal mind and hilarious hot takes to satirically dissect what is going on with the world today and searching for the elusive things that might make Britain a better place." Sounds good to us, not to mention much-needed.
There are no previews available as it's recorded near-enough live, but according to the blurb from Channel 4, Rob will be "mixing his razor-sharp legal mind and hilarious hot takes to satirically dissect what is going on with the world today, and searching for the elusive things that might make Britain a better place".
Basically no one except Rodgers, LaFleur and their colleagues inside the Packers building truly knows a ton about it harmonious or otherwise but clearly that hasn't stopped the hot takes from coming in fast and furious.
Less than a week later, it's clear that these hot takes were wrong.
Chief among the hot takes on Tyneside's warmest day of the summer was what Rafa Benitez would have made of the Brazilian's arrival.
Digital distraction in the 21st century creates an intoxicating, chaotic climate, one in which first drafts and hot takes proliferate.
In an era that is prone to knee-jerk reactions, hot takes and hyperbole, Salah's output at Anfield is enough to rival any legendary figure who has gone before him at the club.
Whether he's partaking in pushups or fan videos or controversial hot takes, Uncle Salman Ahmad always fights his way to the forefront of the action...
The words "spoiler alert" must be the most commonly typed on Twitter at the moment, as Thronies (as I've just decided to call them) swap hot takes and outlandish theories about who did what to whom and why and what it all means for Bran or Bronn or Brienne or Bilbo or whoever.
Hot takes are valued; "cold takes" are not a thing.
Here comes another round of every racist, general bigot, and liberal with their hot takes on Warren, Pocahontas, and what makes a real indian."
Here are some hot takes: "A professional liar." (Former Chief Economic Adviser Gary Cohn) "Zero psychological ability to recognize empathy or pity.
Lah Ti Dar's brother Too Darn Hot takes centre stage in the Solario Stakes at Sandown tomorrow and we'll soon find out whether he's worth the hype.