Friday, August 12, 2022

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EP 401: THAT’S HOW THE LOW CARB COOKIE CRUMBLES

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Off The Cuff: Healthy Cooking with Craig Mitchell Craig celebrates the start of a new season by sharing a recipe for a Low Carb...

When A Hospital Refrigerator In Seattle Broke, Nurses Gave 1,600 Vaccine Shots To Anyone...

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Hundreds of people lined up for Covid-19 vaccines at Seattle University and other clinics after a refrigerator broke at a nearby hospital, meaning nurses had to quickly give out 1,600 doses of the vaccine or throw them away.

‘Go Back to China!’: Real Estate Agent Loses Job After Racist Rant Caught on...

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A real estate agent living in Brooklyn, New York is now out of work after telling an Asian gym manager to “go back to China.” The incident, which was caught on video, occurred at a Blink Fitness outlet in the neighborhood of Bushwick.

California Driver Busted For Using Realistic Dummy In Carpool Lane

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He had wrinkles on his face, horn-rimmed glasses perched on his nose and wisps of gray hair poking out from underneath his Cleveland Indians baseball cap. He was even wearing a facial mask to guard against the spread of the coronavirus. The only problem is that the driver’s “passenger” was not real. It was a mannequin used to sneak into the carpool lane of the 210 Freeway in Glendora, authorities said.

‘NO EXCUSE’ Oklahoma school basketball announcer who called basketball team racial slur blames his...

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An Oklahoma sports announcer who was caught on video calling a high school girls basketball team the N-word blamed the racist incident on his Type 1 diabetes.

Two restaurant coworkers who bonded over adoption find out they’re biological sisters

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It started as a joke. Cassandra Madison, 32, and Julia Tinetti, 31, began telling people they were sisters not long after they met in 2013 while working at The Russian Lady restaurant in New Haven, Connecticut, but a recent DNA test confirmed that they are actually biological sisters.

1,000 Feral Cats Unleashed by Animal Shelter on Chicago Streets to Fight Major Rat...

In its fight against an urban rodent infestation, a Chicago animal shelter has unleashed 1,000 feral cats onto the streets in the last decade.

Amazon admits its drivers sometimes have to pee in bottles

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"Drivers can and do have trouble finding restrooms," Amazon admits.

Sophia is a robot of many talents — she speaks, jokes, sings and even...

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Sophia is a robot of many talents — she speaks, jokes, sings and even makes art. In March, she caused a stir in the art world when a digital work she created as part of a collaboration was sold at an auction for $688,888 in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT).

Florida groomer who allegedly abused a disabled veteran’s service dog so badly its tail...

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A German shepherd and service dog is recovering from emergency surgery to amputate her tail after a Florida dog groomer allegedly violently abused her.

Disney+ removes ‘Dumbo,’ ‘Peter Pan,’ from children’s profiles over negative stereotypes

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Disney+ has removed several movies from children's profiles on its service due to negative stereotypes. The Walt Disney Company previously showed content warnings on the films for “negative depictions and/or mistreatment of people and cultures” in October but has now removed access to the films for children under 7. Adults can still view the movies on their Disney+ accounts with the content warnings

Andrew Yang tests positive for Covid-19

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Andrew Yang, who is running for mayor of New York City, has tested positive for the coronavirus.

Woman gives birth to “super twins” conceived three weeks apart

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A woman in the U.K. recently gave birth to two babies at the same time — but they were conceived three weeks apart. Rebecca Roberts gave birth to so-called "super twins" in September after going through fertility treatment that resulted in her getting pregnant twice and carrying the babies at the same time.

Wolves scare deer and reduce auto collisions 24%, study says

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Recently, another team of scientists has gathered data about road collisions and wolf movements in Wisconsin to quantify how the arrival wolves there affected the frequency of deer-auto collisions. They found it created what scientists call “a landscape of fear.”