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A U.S. soldier has plead guilty to trying to help ISIS after he met with undercover agents posing as terrorists in Hawaii. (https://goo.gl/pzQmmo)
A growing number of teenagers in London are refusing to use social media. (https://goo.gl/L4Jkhu)
Researchers in Kent, Ireland say that goats prefer to interact with humans who look happy. (https://goo.gl/EsEQeJ)
Sprint is now marketing Samsung Galaxy Phones to adults who play Fortnite. (https://goo.gl/5p4hXg)
A study by the University of British Columbia found that the simple act of smelling your partners clothes can soothe your mood. (https://goo.gl/zs4Squ)
A study by Homes.com found that buying your first home is life’s most stressful event. (https://goo.gl/jqX1cm)
30,000 bees swarmed a hot dog stand in New York City and police were forced to bring in a beekeeper to vacuum them off. (https://goo.gl/ExXK1s)
Attendance at “Burning Man” was down over 30% this year, leading organizers to believe the festival is doomed. (https://goo.gl/u6N3VH)
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LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
-One who is adept at engaging in polite behavior; an expert in etiquette.
From French “garbe” (grace & elegance) from Old High German “garbe” (preparation & adornment). 1640
Used in a sentence:
“The golden rule of good manners for the garbist is to think of others before himself or herself. In other words, garbism is self-effacing unselfishness.”
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