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Genetically Modified Crops Are Safe, Report Says
Tue May 17, 2016
GMOs in and of themselves are generally just fine to eat (with a couple of exceptions). The problem is that they are not using GMO technology to improve the nutrition or taste of foods, but are using it to sell (and apply) more herbicides and pesticides. The double impact is that the additional herb …
Want to Avoid the Summer's Worst Road Rage? Don't Drive at This Time
Sat May 14, 2016
In reply to: Sparklemahn-871554 #9 I will plant you like a tulip LOL... Brave words coming from someone who's sitting behind a router shaking and peeing in their pants.
Half of All Teenagers Are Addicted to Their Smartphones, Survey Finds
Tue May 3, 2016
And the other half who don't think they're addicted are in denial.
Apple Ends 13 Years of Continuous Quarterly Growth
Tue Apr 26, 2016
In reply to: robn56 #2 ssshhhh... the McFanbois don't like facts. Especially when they're choking on their Crapple Pie.
Burger King Decides Chicken Should Be Ring-Shaped
Mon Apr 25, 2016
Put a hole in a chicken nugget and call it a chicken ring. Less meat, more profit.
Scientists See Possible Light Flash From Black Hole Collision
Tue Apr 19, 2016
Makes sense that there would be a gamma flash when block holes are merging... if they have an accretion disk or clouds of other matter in close proximity. If not, then it would be surprising to see a gamma burst.
Michigan Governor Snyder: I Will Drink Flint Tap Water for 30 Days
Mon Apr 18, 2016
Maybe he's been talking to Morgan Spurlock and figures he could survive the experience.
American Airlines Hits Out at 'Unacceptable' TSA Lines
Thu Apr 14, 2016
The result: our customers are waiting in TSA lines greater than one hour. That's hilarious coming from an airline with one of the worst on-time track records in the industry (75% on time).
Plane Crazy? New Study Claims Drones Not as Dangerous as the FAA Says
Thu Mar 17, 2016
"We believe the risk of drones to public safety to be overstated," agreed Frank Schroth, editor-in-chief of DroneLife.com
Justice Department: States Should Not Jail Poor People Over Fine Nonpayment
Mon Mar 14, 2016
It's not likely to change what the states are doing. In fact, the for-profit prison system, which influences state policy, makes good money off of these people and others that are jailed for non-violent crimes. It keeps the prison population up, they don't cause much trouble and they aren't par …
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