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Lizard Salad

Lizard Salad

 

On February 6th, a women in Maine found a three inch lizard in her store bought bag of salad. After taking a few bites she realized she had struck the lizard with her fork.

After vomiting and the shock, the women was so scared she had ingested bacteria from the salad because of the lizard. However, she seem to be doing fine and an investigation is taking place. It is being conducted by the Food and Drug Administration.

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Super Duper Moon

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On Wednesday, January 31, there is going to be a triple line up of the moon. A triple line up is when there are 3 different rare moon phases, all occurring at the same time. On Wednesday, there will be a super moon, blue moon, and a lunar eclipse all happening at once.

A line up like this hasn’t happened since 1982 and will not be occurring again since 2037. The eclipse will be best seen by the Western United States early Wednesday morning as the moon is setting.

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Cleveland chiefs remove Chief Wahoo from jersey’s

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The Cleveland Indians have announced that they will be removing the Chief Wahoo logo from their jerseys. The reason the logo is being removed is it is deemed as racist to Native Americans.

“Major League Baseball is committed to building a culture of diversity and inclusion throughout the game,” Rob Manfred an MLB Commissioner said in a statement. He said the logo “is no longer appropriate for on-field use.”

Many protesters also want to take it further and remove the phrase “Indian” from the name. Protesters believe that the name will still bring headdresses and paint their face red, these actions contradict what Cleveland is trying to accomplish.

Along with the Indians the Washington Redskins are under attack for the same reason, they believe that the teams logo and name is racist and should be changed in respect for Native Americans.

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The More the Merrier

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Courtney and Eric Waldrop, a 35 year old couple in Alabama gave irth to sextuplits.

It’s the first time sextuplits have been born in Alabama since 2011.

Each sextuplit baby wieghed less than 3 pounds at birth. It took a medical team of 40 speicalists to deleiver the newborns.

Courtney gave birth to 3 girls and 3 boys. Their names are Rivers, Rawlings, Rayne, Tag, Layke, and Blu.

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Nutella Nonsense

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Stores throughout France are having a huge discount on Nutella, and the people are going crazy.

The price of Nutella went from about 4.7 euros to 1.41 euros. Or about $5.85 to $1.75 a jar.

There are videos on twitter for customers fighting, shoving, and yelling at people while trying to grab as many jars as they can.

In one city the fighting got and commotion got so bad the police had to get involved to break up fights.

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Happy Birthday Rian Johnson

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On Sunday, December 17, Ted Griffon, a good friends of Rian Johnson the director of “The Last Jedi”, was at “Music and the Spoken word”, watching his wife sing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

It was Mr Johnson’s birthday and Griffon asked the choir if they could sing happy birthday while he FaceTimed Rian. The choir was more than happy, especially since they all had “Last Jedi Fever”.

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9 million dollar mansion donated by Ranger’s Pitcher

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Ranger’s pitcher, Cole Hamels is donating his 9.4 million dollar mansion to charity. The mansion is being donated to an organization called Camp Barnabas, which provides a summer camp experience for children with special needs and chronic illnesses. The mansion is built on a whopping 105 acre property including 1700 feet of shoreline on Table Rock Lake.

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Train crash in Seattle

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Yesterday in Seattle, Washington an Amtrak train derailed of its track. The crash spilled cars onto the freeway killing 6 and seriously injuring 10 people. The train was traveling on a new track and was going very fast. Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board are looking into why the train was going so fast.

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FCC repeals Net Neutrality rules

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Imagine having the restrictions of the school Wi-Fi filter in your own house. Now, don’t imagine it because it’s about to become a reality. Yesterday the Chairman of the FCC Ajit Pai orchestrated the vote for the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) to repeal the existing Net Neutrality rules, which protects consumers from Internet Providers from blocking or slowing down your internet traffic. The rules from 2015 were repealed in a 3 – 2 vote.  New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman as well as the Attorney Generals of other states and The Free Press Action Fund are suing the FCC for: the basis of its broken process, deeply flawed legal reasoning, willful rejection of evidence that contradicts its preordained conclusions, and absolute disregard for public input. Another option to protect Net Neutrality. is the Congressional Review Act. With this law, Congress may block an agencies decision by passing a vote of disapproval in both chambers of Congress. Only 30 Senators are need to sign a petition to force a vote. If you disagree with the repeal of Net Neutrality you can text “RESIST” 50409 or go to battleforthenet.com You can also call your senators, Mike Lee and Orrin Hatch by calling 202-225-3121 and an operator will connect you to their offices.

The battle to protect the internet is far from over.

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