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Passengers Covered in Bed Bug Bites After British Airways Flight
Society & Culture  (tags: children, environment, ethics, family, health, humans, bed bugs, rights, society, transportation, travel, women, world, safety )

Frank
- 8 hours ago - nydailynews.com
A Canadian woman says her seat on a nine-hour flight to London was crawling with bed bugs, and that she and her family were covered in bites by the end of the trip.
Florida Nursing Home Billed Deceased Resident on What Would Have Been Her 100th Birthday
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, death, environment, ethics, family, society, usa, women, rights, obituary )

Frank
- 8 hours ago - nydailynews.com
A woman who died at a nursing home in Florida after Hurricane Irma knocked out its air conditioning was billed by the facility on what would have been her 100th birthday.
The Warrior Who Survived With An Arrow Embedded in His Spine
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 7 hours ago - ancient-origins.net
n 2015, it was reported that a bronze arrowhead was discovered to have been lodged in the spine of a warrior. Whilst an injury like this would have normally been fatal, it seems that this ancient warrior survived for a couple of months, if not years...
Texas City To Residents: Sign Loyalty Oath to Israel or No Hurricane Harvey Relief Funds
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: abuse, americans, constitution, crime, ethics, freedoms, Govtfearmongering, media, news, propaganda, politics, usa, dishonesty, texas, Israel, hurricane harvey, law, Dickinson, ACLU, SupremeCourt, stupidity )

Ricardo
- 7 hours ago - activistpost.com
U.S. citizens in the state of Texas are being asked to support Israel if they want Hurricane Harvey relief funds, a move which experts are calling illegal, Houston Press reported. The city of Dickinson is demanding its citizens sign a loyalty...
Take a Look at Nature's Catwalk, Where Four Feline Species All Pass By the Same Camera Traps
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, discovery, interesting, research )

Marty
- 7 hours ago - siberiantimes.com
All four were snapped on the same trail by two cameras close together in a time span of several days in the Russian Far East. One camera caught the large Amur or Siberian tiger and the next day spotted a lynx....
Former FEC Chair Wants Law To Charge Readers Who Spread Fake News With Libel
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: abuse, americans, constitution, dishonesty, ethics, freedoms, government, propaganda, politics, usa, media, FEC, readers, fake news agenda, covert censorship, totalitarian police state, Orwell┬┤s 1984 nightmare, EFF, privacy and free speech )

Ricardo
- 7 hours ago - activistpost.com
A former commissioner of the Federal Election Commission, Ann Ravel, has proposed an insane new law that seeks to punish readers of news with libel if a story is deemed false. Yes, you read that right, she wants to charge you the person reading...
Ostraca: Voices From the Place of TruthâEUR"An Intimate Glimpse Into New Kingdom Egypt
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 7 hours ago - ancient-origins.net
Athenians meted out harsh punishments to those who fell afoul of prevalent laws or societal norms. If citizens had done something terrible, they ran the risk of being exiled from the city for up to 10 years. An interesting system was put in place...
The Nature Conservancy Is Wrong. Planting Trees Not Equivalent to Stopping Burning of Oil
Green Lifestyle  (tags: CO2emissions, conservation, eco-friendly, ecosystems, energy, environment, globalwarming, health, interesting, protection, Sustainabililty, world )

Kathy
- 7 hours ago - stopgetrees.org
Here we go again. "Plant more trees to combat climate change: scientists" is a Reuters headline from earlier this week. The article is based on a press release put out by The Nature Conservancy about a paper published in the journal Proceedings of the...
In Defense of Cash: Why We Should Bring Back the $500 Note and Other Big Bills
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, culture, education, ethics, law, media, politics, rights, society, safety, cash and cashless agenda, bills, pros and cons, risks, more control and domination for the elit )

Ricardo
- 7 hours ago - activistpost.com
A world without cash seems wonderful at first glance since it is convenient and fast. You donâEUR(TM)t need to withdraw dollars or euros ahead of time. You donâEUR(TM)t have to worry about money being lost or stolen. Paying for things with your phone is a breeze...
 
 
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