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The new X-Men spinoff, “Dark Phoenix,” brought in just $36 million at the box office. “Rocketman” also tanked, falling by 57% in its second week.
Chicago Prosecutors have released the 9-1-1 call from Jussie Smollett’s attack in Chicago. (https://pge.sx/2ESsKG3)
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A Florida man was arrested for dumping a bottle of Hunt’s ketchup all over his sleeping girlfriend. (https://fxn.ws/2WueH4s)
South Korea is using robot baristas to replace human workers in all of their coffee chains. (https://bit.ly/31hVKRx)
The Better Business Bureau is warning that internet puppy scams are on the rise and people who are looking to buy puppies are losing thousands of dollars to fake websites. (https://bit.ly/2wGOz6Y)
The Mars Candy Company is releasing Snicker Flavored Chocolate Milk this week. Each bottle contains forty-one grams of sugar but the label boasts that it’s made with low fat milk. Each bottle sells for $2.49. (https://on.thegrio.com/2Z7s47A)
A Townhouse has sold in New York City for a record breaking $80 million dollars. (https://on.wsj.com/2Z9xf6R)
A scientist who once headed the International Atomic Energy fund says Iran is six months away from having an atomic bomb. (https://bit.ly/2IqZszE)
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Whether or not you dream in black and white depends on whether you watched black-and-white television. If your dreams look more vintage than HD, there’s a high chance you grew up watching black-and-white television. According to one 2008 study published in the journal Conscious Cognition, most people born after the year 1983 said they almost never dream in black and white, whereas people born in the year 1953 and earlier said they dream in black and white about a quarter of the time. Overall, 12 percent of people dream entirely in black and white, leading the researchers to suggest that “true greyscale dreams occur only in people with black and white media experience.”
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A Florida man was arrested after a homeowner found him in his kitchen. The man, who is charged with burglary, said he was inside the stranger’s home because alligators were chasing him. Sheriff’s deputies in Collier County said Bryan Berkley was told by the homeowner to leave, But instead, he grabbed ice cream and then went outside. Deputies said when they got to the home, they found Berkley breaking into a work truck. They said he damaged promotional pamphlets for the truck owner’s business. When they questioned him, Berkley allegedly told them that alligators had been chasing him and he was just getting water. He was arrested and charged with burglary and grand theft.
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