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Bob Lutz Talks Panel Gaps, Tesla, and Why Every Detail Matters
Tesla Model 3s are a rare sight in Michigan, since our laws don't permit factory-owned dealers. But the strongly motivated Tesla fan can procure the car in neighboring states. When I spied a metallic-red Model 3 in an Ann Arbor parking lot, I felt compelled to check it out.
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11 hours ago by Goldmanjordan
This Garlic Peeling Hack Is Life-Changing - Digg
​As long as we can avoid jabbing a knife into our hand, this simple method for separating and peeling garlic cloves is going to save us so much time: [Via Twitter]
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Climate change: Greenland lost 2 billion tons of ice this week, which is very unusual - CNN
Over 40% of Greenland experienced melting Thursday, with total ice loss estimated to be more than 2 gigatons (equal to 2 billion tons) on just that day alone. While Greenland is a big island filled with lots of ice, it is highly unusual for that much ice to be lost in the middle of June.
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3 days ago by Goldmanjordan
This Kestrel's Head Stabilization Skills Has To Be Seen To Be Believed - Digg
This clip of a kestrel attempting to hunt in strong winds, shared by Anthony Roberts, is one of the best demonstrations we've seen of just how adept birds are at keep a steady head. It's seriously impressive:
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12 days ago by Goldmanjordan
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When Craig Vallon and his wife Denise moved to Bullhead City, Arizona, in 1973, he thought he was the luckiest man in the world. The two had met as teenagers in the suburbs of Los Angeles. Denise was…
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13 days ago by Goldmanjordan
The rise and fall of iTunes, Apple’s most hated app - The Verge
It was a long run for iTunes, the jukebox software that revolutionized the music industry after its launch in 2001. But now, in the year 2019, it’s finally being put out of its misery — and ours. With macOS 10.
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14 days ago by Goldmanjordan
'It’s a miracle': Helsinki's radical solution to homelessness | Cities | The Guardian
Tatu Ainesmaa turns 32 this summer, and for the first time in more than a decade he has a home he can truly say is his: an airy two-room apartment in a small, recently renovated block in a leafy suburb of Helsinki, with a view over birch trees. “It’s a big miracle,” he says.
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15 days ago by Goldmanjordan
An Out Of Control Cruise Ship Hit A Docked Boat In Venice - Digg
​The ship lost control and crashed into the wharf on Venice's busy Giudecca Canal, after suffering engine failure.
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16 days ago by Goldmanjordan
The Navy Says UFOs Are Real. UFO Hunters Are Thrilled - VICE
MJ Banias is the author of The UFO People: A Curious Culture. With the Navy's recent revelation that its pilots have been regularly spotting unidentified flying objects, some of those in the UFO community who were once thought crazy now have some concrete evidence to point to.
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17 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Bubsy History: The Story of the World’s Greatest Video Game Mascot
The release year of Bubsy’s first video game adventure. Entitled Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind, the game featured a brand new hero who could easily relate to the modern youth of the era.
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18 days ago by Goldmanjordan
A People Map of the US
Data for this story were collected and processed using the Wikipedia API. The period of collection was from July, 2015–May, 2019, from English Wikipedia. It was inspired in part by this map. Person/city associations were based on the thousands of “People from X city” pages on Wikipedia.
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19 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Here It Is: One Of The Worst Ceremonial First Pitches Ever - Digg
It sounds like hyperbole, but when you actually watch this fan's ceremonial pitch thrown before Tuesday night's Royals/White Sox game, well, it starts to sound more like an understatement...
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20 days ago by Goldmanjordan
The Incels Getting Extreme Plastic Surgery to Become ‘Chads’
Truth4lie was 27, depressed, and living in a student apartment after a year in a psychiatric hospital on suicide watch when a friend showed him Neil Strauss’s pickup-artist guidebook, The Game. Together they practiced lines from the book, planning to use them on girls in nightclubs.
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21 days ago by Goldmanjordan
‘It Was Like a Zoo’: Death on an Unruly, Overcrowded Everest - The New York Times
NEW DELHI — Ed Dohring, a doctor from Arizona, had dreamed his whole life of reaching the top of Mount Everest. But when he summited a few days ago, he was shocked by what he saw. Climbers were pushing and shoving to take selfies.
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22 days ago by Goldmanjordan
1,600 Miles, 85 Hours: A Migrant Family Takes a Greyhound Across America - The New York Times
DALLAS — By the time it pulled into Dallas, the bus from Arizona was two hours and 47 minutes late. It had left Phoenix overbooked, turned away passengers with tickets in Tucson, rolled through El Paso at 2 a.m.
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23 days ago by Goldmanjordan
A Historic River Town Confronts a Flooded Future - CityLab
ELLICOTT CITY, MD— The floor beneath Sally Tennant’s feet was thumping, as if it had a heartbeat—an irregular one, with each thud getting louder and more violent.
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24 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Man Posts On Craigslist Saying He's Found A Lost Cat, Turns Out It's A Wild Bobcat - Digg
​The next time you think you're rescuing a cat, you might want to make sure that you, um, don't make the same mistake as this man in Richmond, Virginia had.
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25 days ago by Goldmanjordan
This Poor Farmer Has Literally The Crappiest Day Ever At Work - Digg
Nothing to make you feel more cowed at work than being in the firing line of a cow's projectile poop.
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26 days ago by Goldmanjordan
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SAN FRANCISCO — A Tuesday afternoon in the Mission District of America’s tech wonderland. Michael Feno stands outside Lucca Ravioli, his beloved pasta emporium on Valencia, a vestige of old San Francisco, puffing on a cigar while posing for pictures, his customers in tears.
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27 days ago by Goldmanjordan
BBC - Future - How your friends change your habits - for better and worse
We often think that self-control comes from within, yet many of our actions depend just as much on our friends and family as ourselves.
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28 days ago by Goldmanjordan
The Quest to Complete the Greater Patagonian Trail | Outside Online
In late 2017, I contacted explorer and German engineer Jan Dudeck, who was just completing a decade-long quest to create a new long trail through South America.
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29 days ago by Goldmanjordan
The Real Reason Fans Hate the Last Season of Game of Thrones - Scientific American Blog Network
Game of Thrones, in its eighth and final season, is as big as television gets these days. More than 17 million people watched the season’s opening. Judging by the fan and critic reaction though, it seems that a substantial portion of those millions are loathing the season.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Guy Singing Evanescence's 'Bring Me to Life' Takes The Snapchat Gender Swap Filter To The Next Level - Digg
This guy has upped the ante on the Snapchat gender swap filter theatrics with an incredible performance of Evanescence's "Bring Me To Life" — lip syncing both the Amy Lee and Paul McCoy parts on the early 2000s nu metal classic.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Tony Robbins Berated Abuse Victims, Leaked Records Show, And Former Followers Accuse Him Of Sexual Advances
Tony Robbins claims he has helped millions of fans overcome some of life’s darkest difficulties. But leaked records reveal he has used his fame to berate victims of rape and violence, while female former staffers and followers have accused him of inappropriate sexual advances.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Human Antivenom Project | Outside Online
Since 2000, Tim Friede, a truck mechanic from Wisconsin, has endured some 200 snakebites and 700 injections of lethal snake venom—all part of a masochistic quest to immunize his body and offer his blood to scientists seeking a universal antivenom. For nearly two decades, few took him seriously.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Guy Helps Sloth Across The Road, Sloth Waves Goodbye To Him - Digg
​People helping sloths cross the road is not a new genre of video. You've probably seen the "I Believe I Can Fly" clip from many years ago. But this one adds a delightful new wrinkle: a wave of thanks from the sloth to the human that put him back in a tree: Very good. Very, very good.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Actually, Gen X Did Sell Out, Invent All Things Millennial, and Cause Everything Else That’s Great and Awful - The New York Times
What is an X? An empty set, a place-holder, a nothing that fills a void until an actual something comes along. For the members of Generation X, born between 1965 and 1980, that was never us.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Fastest High Schooler In The Country Completes A Crazy Comeback In Final Leg Of 4x400 Relay - Digg
​We recently saw Texas high schooler Matthew Boling run a sub-10 second 100 meter dash, and over the weekend, the Houston Strake Jesuit senior dominated the Texas high school championships.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
'It could change everything': coin found off northern Australia may be from pre-1400 Africa | Australia news | The Guardian
It’s Anzac Day and the usually busy I-Med radiology clinic in Darwin is shiny and quiet, the public holiday giving the machines and their operators a break from the usual broken bones, brain scans and ultrasounds.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Face it: a farmed animal is someone, not something | Aeon Essays
We’ve all heard them and used them – the common references to farmed animals that appeal to the worst part of human nature: ‘pearls before swine’, ‘what a pig’, ‘like lambs to the slaughter’, ‘bird brain’.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
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The enormous oak tree towered high above the ground, its gnarled, moss-covered branches fanning out in every direction. For 180 years, the tree flourished undisturbed on a swath of protected land in Northern California.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Selfies Don't Kill People | Outside Online
No one has ever been killed by a selfie. A lot of people have been killed by stupid behavior. No beautiful destination has ever been ruined by an Instagram post. A lot of beautiful places have been ruined by irresponsible assholes.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
This Subway Busker's James Brown Cover Is Unreal - Digg
​The New York City subway system is full of horrors, but it can — ever so occasionally — produce something delightful.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
How Patreon Has Helped And Hindered Creators, As Told By 13 Users - Digg
When Patreon launched in 2013, the company positioned itself to help solve a problem that has only gotten worse in the years since.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
What Happened After My 13-Year-Old Son Joined the Alt-Right
When my son Sam,* who was then 14, asked me to take him to the Mother of All Rallies on the Mall in September 2017, I said no. The pro-Trump event was billed as a demonstration to preserve “traditional American culture,” and white supremacists were expected to show up in force.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
13 Photos Show What It's Like To Live In The Shadow Of The Wall
"For all the thousands of people that we met living on the border, only a handful were pro construction of the wall, and that's something that is not really acknowledged.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Bike lanes need physical protection from car traffic, study shows | Ars Technica
There are plenty of good reasons that people should cycle more. People who exercise more are healthier and can score higher on cognitive tests, for one thing.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Found: A 99-Million-Year-Old Millipede, Perfectly Preserved in Amber - Atlas Obscura
Just shy of 100 million years ago in what is now Myanmar, a small but long critter found itself stuck in a sticky spot of tree resin. It died there, its slightly iridescent body coiled into the shape of an S and pristinely preserved in lemon-yellow amber.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The many human errors that brought down the Boeing 737 Max - The Verge
The first sign of trouble appeared just after takeoff. Inside the cockpit of PK-LQP, a brand-new Boeing 737 Max belonging to Lion Air, the stick shaker on the captain’s side began to vibrate.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Meet the Mama’s Boys of Italy, Also Known As Mammoni | Topic
When I was 20 years old and living in Milan, I started to suspect my new boyfriend was cheating on me. Michele and I had been dating for several months; he was eight years my senior, mature, well-educated, and attractive.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
You can’t beat an unwinnable game, but you can break it | The Outline
In 2010, some random guy on the internet beat SimCity 3000. At least, that’s how articles on the internet described it at the time. What happened was a 22-year-old architecture student in the Philippines named Vincent Ocasla achieved gaming perfection.
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Larry Ray and the Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence
Anyone who spent time with Talia Ray during her first year at Sarah Lawrence College heard her talk about her father. He was a truth teller, she’d explain, who’d been silenced by a group of powerful, vindictive men.
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Night John Belushi Died: Exclusive Book Excerpt Reveals New Details | Hollywood Reporter
In 'The Castle on Sunset' — currently being adapted into an HBO series by John Krasinski — Hollywood historian Shawn Levy retraces the comedian's final days inside the legendary hotel where pal Robert De Niro stopped by to snort cocaine just hours before his death and the hotel's famed discretio
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
TurboTax Deliberately Hides Its Free File Page From Search Engines — ProPublica
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
This Ape Figuring Out How To Use A Smartphone Is Mind-Blowing - Digg
We had a good run, humanity, but now is the time for another simian species to succumb to the temptations of technology.
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Alex Honnold's Mom Wrote a Memoir | Outside Online
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The True Story Behind John F. Kennedy Jr.'s 'George' Magazine - Esquire
John F. Kennedy Jr. stared out his window overlooking the Hudson River, past the piles of proofs, magazines, Knicks ticket stubs, and take-out containers on his desk. He cracked the faintest smile, as one colleague remembers.
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Game of Thrones Podrick Actor Daniel Portman Talks Season 8, Sex, Pod's Song
Strangers love talking to Daniel Portman about his dick. And at this point in his life, he’s pretty cool with it, but that wasn’t at all what he expected when, at the age of 19, Portman was cast in the small role of Podrick Payne in the second season of Game of Thrones.
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Sri Lanka Suicide Bombings Targeting Christians Kill Hundreds - The New York Times
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — The clock hands on the steeple of St. Anthony’s Shrine were stuck at 8:45 a.m., the exact moment when the first suicide bomber’s explosion ripped through the wooden pews as Easter Sunday worshipers were praying.
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Dog Finally Catches Tail And Breaks Its Own Brain - Digg
When Max the dog finally caught his tail, he didn't seem to know what to do next and walked mystified into the next room. What's a dog to do now?
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Living Off the Grid and Safe From Hurricanes in Puerto Rico | The New Republic
In this jungle community, self-sustaining homes are built from trash and can withstand the deadliest storms.
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Long, Strange History of Cargo Cults and Colonialism | Topic
One day in 1900 or 1940, or at some point in between, a man whose name was John Frum—although he might not have been a man, and his name might not have been John Frum—arrived on Tanna island, in an archipelago that was then called the New Hebrides but is now called the Republic of Vanuatu.
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
A Darkly Hilarious Supercut Of Fox News Hosts Bashing Obama For All The Things Trump Does Now - Digg
​The partisan tilt of Fox News is not exactly news, but this supercut from NowThis really puts into perspective the network's respective treatment of President Obama and President Trump: [NowThis]
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Selfie Deaths Are an Epidemic | Outside Online
It began as retribution for a lost bet: in 2014, Gigi Wu, an experienced hiker from Taiwan, posed atop a snow-covered mountain, clad only in a bikini. The stunt resulted in a series of undeniably gorgeous photos.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Best Hike in Every State | Outside Online
Hiking is the great equalizer. Everyone enjoys a long (or short) walk in a pretty place. But that doesn’t mean all hikes are created equal. Some are objectively better, with taller peaks, greener trees, and more flowery flowers.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
5-star phonies: Inside the fake Amazon review complex
“Isn’t this illegal?” I found myself typing one Tuesday night at 1:15 AM. I was chatting with Lien Xi, an Amazon seller from Guangzhou, China, I’d met several minutes before in a private Facebook group.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Stephen Curry Has a Popcorn Problem - The New York Times
Stephen Curry’s dazzling pregame shooting sessions have become a dynasty of their own throughout a half-decade of dominance for the Golden State Warriors. Dribbling two balls at once. Swish after swish from steps inside the half-court stripe.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Here's The First Teaser Trailer For 'Star Wars: Episode IX — The Rise Of Skywalker' - Digg
There it is. We have the name — "Rise of Skywalker" — and the first trailer for "Star Wars" Episode 9, which features Daisy Ridley's Rey doing some wild fight moves: The movie will hit theaters in December. ​
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Opinion | It’s Time to Panic About Privacy - The New York Times
Uber geolocation data visualization Facebook Amazon facial recognition Genetic Testing Amazon Alexa Fitbit Charge Venmo
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This Is The First Ever Image Of A Black Hole - Digg
The Event Horizon Telescope, an international array of observatories teaming up to form a virtual, Earth-sized telescope in the hopes of capturing the first real image of a black hole, held six simultaneous press conferences across the globe today — and what those conferences announced did not dis
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Congress Is About to Ban the Government From Offering Free Online Tax Filing. Thank TurboTax. — ProPublica
ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom based in New York. Sign up for ProPublica’s Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox as soon as they are published. Just in time for Tax Day, the for-profit tax preparation industry is about to realize one of its long-sought goals.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Bill Hader Talks Barry Season 2, Life After Saturday Night Live
Bill Hader doesn’t burst into the room like a steamroller, dropping one-liners and rattling off celebrity impressions as I’d half expected from a Saturday Night Live alum. He knocks.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Supreme Court Legalized Death Penalty Torture Long Ago
Months before the U.S. Supreme Court sparked fresh outrage over the death penalty by upholding the planned execution of a man who risks drowning in his own blood, Justice Steven Breyer invited Missouri Solicitor General D. John Sauer to consider the matter “as a person rather than a lawyer.”
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
A Mysterious Infection, Spanning the Globe in a Climate of Secrecy - The New York Times
The rise of Candida auris embodies a serious and growing public health threat: drug-resistant germs. Last May, an elderly man was admitted to the Brooklyn branch of Mount Sinai Hospital for abdominal surgery.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Top 0.5% Underpay $50 Billion a Year In Taxes and Crushed the IRS Plan to Stop Them — ProPublica
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
'Fox & Friends' Reporter Talks To Missouri Diner Patrons About The Green New Deal, Doesn't Go Quite As He Expected - Digg
​"Fox & Friends" correspondent Todd Piro stopped by the Corner Cafe in Riverside, Missouri on Thursday to chat with patrons about immigration, the Green New Deal and more.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Lori Lightfoot elected Chicago mayor, making her the first African-American woman to lead the city - Chicago Tribune
Chicago for the first time will vote for an African-American woman as mayor in Tuesday’s runoff election, choosing between Lori Lightfoot, a former federal prosecutor making her first run for elected office, and longtime political power broker Toni Preckwinkle.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Courtney Stodden Knows Exactly What Happened
At 16, Stodden married a 51-year-old man and became the punchline to a creepy tabloid joke. Now, at 24, she’s ready to rewrite her own story — and get a divorce. Courtney Stodden’s Hollywood Hills home is haunted by the ghost of Marilyn Monroe.
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11 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Inside the Mind of a Hurricane Chaser | Outside Online
Around 7 A.M. on September 20, 2017, the wind has become a roaring white wall. In his hotel room, Josh Morgerman presses his hand flat against the trembling glass of the patio door.
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11 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
‘Breaches Everywhere’: Flooding Bursts Midwest Levees, and Tough Questions Follow - The New York Times
CORNING, Mo. — The widespread, severe flooding in the Midwest over the last month has exposed the vulnerabilities in a levee system that is now so full of holes that many here ruefully describe it as “Swiss cheese.”
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11 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Day the Dinosaurs Died | The New Yorker
If, on a certain evening about sixty-­six million years ago, you had stood somewhere in North America and looked up at the sky, you would have soon made out what appeared to be a star. If you watched for an hour or two, the star would have seemed to grow in brightness, although it barely moved.
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11 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Here's A Perfect, 14-Second Internet Video - Digg
​We still miss Vine every day, but TikTok is slowly but surely starting to fill the short video-sized hole in our heart. This clip, a riff on the Snoot Challenge set to Charli XCX's "Boys," is the latest to command our attention:We still don't entirely get TikTok, but we're thankful for this.
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11 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Bogotá, Colombia’s Ciclovía bans cars every Sunday, and people love it
It’s like falling in love all over again; every Sunday without fail, and holidays too, the inhabitants of the car-choked, noise-filled, stressed-out city of Bogotá, 8,660 feet up in the thin air of the Andes, get to feel that the city belongs to them, and not to the 1,600,000 suicidal private car
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11 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Republican Party's Far-Right Strongman Caucus | The New Republic
Since taking office, President Donald Trump has eagerly embraced foreign autocrats, portraying brutal dictators as allies to be courted and celebrated.
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12 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
9 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet. This week, the extreme ferocity of nature is well-documented in galleries by BuzzFeed News, showing the aftermath of storms and flooding in both the American Midwest and Mozambique.
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12 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Love, Death, & Robots Netflix Review: Series Has Roots in Cult Classic - Thrillist
In 1981, director Gerald Potterton, producers Ivan Reitman and Leonard Mogel, along with a murderers' row of animators and voice actors, came together to make the adult animation anthology sci-fi/fantasy film Heavy Metal.
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12 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
This New Composite Photo Of Jupiter Is Spectacular - Digg
The image of Jupiter's Great Red Spot and the storms in its southern hemisphere was captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft as it flew by Jupiter on February 12.
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12 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
There Is No Reason to Cross the U.S. by Train. But I Did It Anyway. - The New York Times
Tell your fellow americans that you plan to cross the United States by train, and their reactions will range from amusement at your spellbinding eccentricity to naked horror that they, through some fatal social miscalculation, have become acquainted with a person who would plan to cross the United S
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12 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Guy Shows His Mom And Grandma His Tesla's Autopark Feature, And Their Reaction Is Absolutely Delightful - Digg
Automated parking is cool (who likes parking, anyway?), but we're really here for the reaction from comedian and singer Lil Duval's mom: ​Oh, shucks now.
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