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People Want Jeff Bezos to Buy and Eat the Mona Lisa

In today’s news on “the internet is a strange place,” there is a petition online requesting that billionaire Jeff Bezos buy and then eat the Mona Lisa. That’s right: There are apparently people who want to see the world’s richest man eat the world’s most famous painting. The petition is only a few hundred signatures […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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Irish Supreme Court Ruled: Subway Bread is Not Real Bread

When it comes to fast food, many people consider Subway to be a healthier option. It’s true that among the McDonalds, Taco Bells, and Burger Kings of the world, Subway seems healthier. After all, it does at least provide a few more veggies and a little less fried food. But it turns out that the […]

Brittany Hambleton

Brittany Hambleton

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Amazon employees accuse company of trying to ‘cover up’ alleged suicide

An Amazon employee fell to his death in the warehouse in North Las Vegas. After speculation on the cause of his death, the Clark County coroner’s office proclaimed it a suicide.   After the police were called to handle the situation, all employees were sent home with pay to return the next day. The company also offered […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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People are shocked after seeing how disposable vape pens are made

The allure of disposable vape pens as an alternative to traditional smoking has captivated many individuals in recent years. However, a revealing video exposing the manufacturing process has sparked controversy and compelled people to renounce these products. In this article, we will delve into the intricate facets of the disillusionment, ranging from concerns over hygiene […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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Teens Who Were Expelled for ‘Blackface’ Photo Receive $1 Million After Proving it Was an Acne Mask

In 2017, some students at a Catholic School in Mountain View, California, were wrongfully expelled. They were expelled for what staff believed to be an attempt to recreate the racially controversial blackface. However, the students were wrongfully accused and received a $1 million settlement. Blackface Leads to Trouble In 2017, a photo of 3 boys, […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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People Are Saying This Underrated Movie Perfectly Predicted The World Today

In cinema, there are so many instances where viewers claim certain films have eerily predicted real-world events. From Arnold Schwarzenegger’s iconic portrayal in “The Running Man,” which some argue foretold society’s fascination with brutal competition shows, to Jim Carrey’s captivating performance in “The Truman Show,” believed to have foreshadowed the rise of reality TV and […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

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Maya beekeepers blame Bayer-Monsanto for deaths of 300,000 bees

A large-scale bee death in Yucatan, Mexico has led to farmers blaming Bayer-Monsanto for the loss of 300,000 bees. The mass bee death affected around 100 apiaries and up to 2,500 hives in San Francisco Suctuc and Crucero Oxá, in the municipality of Hopelchén. The farmers say that the cause of death is linked to […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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“Trading Places” and the challenge of troubling art of the past

Trading Places is a comedic film that came out in 1983. It stars Eddie Murphy, Dan Aykroyd and Jamie Lee Curtis. The movie was directed by John Landis and written by Timothy Harris and Herschel Weingrod based on the story by George Tabori. At the time of its release, it was somewhat controversial – and […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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Apple sued for tracking users’ activity even when turned off in settings

Are you an iPhone user concerned about your privacy? If so, you’ve likely changed your settings to not allow for any data or analytics information sharing whatsoever. Unfortunately, these two California residents have found that despite that, Apple has still been collecting your data, anyways. Now they are filing a lawsuit against the company for […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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10 Problematic Halloween Costumes That We Need to Stop Wearing

It’s that time of year again: Spooky Season. The time when kids and adults alike get dressed up in costumes and either go trick-or-treating through the neighborhood or go to Halloween parties. While the candy was always great, the most fun part of Halloween has always been the costumes. You can dress up in something […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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Mastermind Behind 9/11 Attack Awaits Trial After Two Decades

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the mastermind behind the 9/11 attack, has already spent 20 years in jail. In 2003, the monster behind the cowardly attack on the Twin Towers faced incarceration. And since then, he has been awaiting trial for a crime that left around 2,977 humans dead. After the attack in 2001, both the FBI […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

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Bill Gates: ‘Huge Mistake’ to Meet with Jeffrey Epstein

A lot has come out after Bill and Melinda Gates announced their divorce last year. The end of a high-profile, 27-year-long marriage is, of course, big news. One of the topics that interviewers continue to ask both parties is the meetings Bill Gates had with the late financier and child sex offender Jeffery Epstein. Bill […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer