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A study published by Nature Communications found that the flu virus can travel in dust and other non-respiratory particles. (https://bit.ly/34Qa2Na)
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A survey by Quest Diagnostics found that the number of American workers testing positive for marijuana has hit an all-time high. (https://on.wsj.com/3huxNOi)
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FACT FOR YOU:
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Competitive art used to be in the Olympics.
A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!
A would-be burglar who tried to break into a restaurant in Spain found himself in a tight and a greasy situation. The man tried to break into the restaurant by climbing down a grease vent. He got stuck and had to wait almost seven hours until he could be freed.
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A South Florida man and woman are accused of trying to obtain $1.1 million in federal Coronavirus relief loans for businesses that didn't exist. 38-year-old Latoya Stanley and 33-year-old Johnny Philus, who are neighbors in Miami, were charged wire fraud and making false statements. The complaint alleges that Stanley claimed to employ eighteen people for a beauty supply business and five for a farm at her Miami home. According to prosecutors, Philus claimed to employ twenty-nine people for his car company and another ten at a farm in his yard. Stanley and Philus both live in residential homes with small yards. Online court records didn't list attorneys for Stanley or Philus. The Paycheck Protection Program represents billions of dollars in forgivable small business loans for Americans struggling because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It's part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, which became federal law in March. (https://bit.ly/32GxCJx)
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Oklahoma man arrested Saturday night for going through a Taco Bell
drive-thru naked told police that all his clothes were in the wash
and that he was unaware such nude motoring was illegal. According to
investigators, 61-year-old Christopher Sale “placed an order
through the drive thru lane speaker” at a Taco Bell close to his
residence. When Sale subsequently pulled up to the drive-thru window
to pay for his order, a 41-year-old female employee “looked into
his vehicle and immediately noticed that he was completely naked.”
Despite Sale’s nudity, the Taco Bell worker accepted payment from
him and gave him his food. However, the employee told police that she
believed Sale then sought to extend the encounter by asking her to
add a taco to his already completed order. A patrolman responding to
a 9-1-1 call about a naked Taco Bell customer found Sale in the
drive-thru lane. He was still completely nude. A white bath towel, a
cop noted, was on the vehicle's passenger side
FAKE NEWS.... OR FLORIDA?!
I read a headline, you guess if the story is something that really happened in the great state of FLORIDA or is it #FakeNews made up to trick you and amuse me
A Melbourne man was arrested for refusing to pay the cab driver who took him home after he was released from jail ….. FLORIDA (https://goo.gl/KzoKGb)
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