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A new poll shows that 2/3rds of office workers say their job is “painfully monotonous” and agree that artificial intelligence would benefit them. The average American office worker thinks that they waste roughly five hours per week on tasks they think could be automated. (https://bit.ly/2QUORF8)
A study found 53 percent of us die in our sleep.
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A man armed with an assault rifle confronted a beer store drive-thru clerk in Denver Sunday afternoon before threatening two police officers who had responded to the scene. Division Chief Ron Thomas said the officers had responded to a call from the Great American Beer Store around 2:10 p.m. The clerk told the officers that said a man had approached the store while brandishing a weapon but the circumstances of their interaction was not immediately clear. The officers spotted the suspect about a block from the liquor store. The officers parked their distance at a safe distance away from the suspect, got out, and began issuing commands. Thomas said the suspect ignored the officers’ commands, began advancing toward them, and threatened the officers with the assault weapon. The officers fired their weapons, and the suspect went down, Thomas said. The officers rendered aid before an ambulance arrived on scene and transported the suspect to a local hospital. The suspect remains hospitalized in unknown condition. Multiple agencies are investigating the incident. The results of the investigation will be presented to the Denver District Attorney at a later date for review.(https://bit.ly/3fZRHkS)
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Kanye West wore a bizarre face covering that resembled a bag over his head while he was out on the town in Los Angeles. (https://pge.sx/34uPVD0)
According to a royal expert, Kate Middleton appears to have moved on after Meghan Markle accused Middleton of making her cry before her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry. (https://pge.sx/3yQX52h)
Kim Kardashian says she failed to pass her first-year law exam. (https://bit.ly/2R9FTUE)
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For a theme park, guy in China is building an exact replica of the Titanic.
Driving badly? Then ditch the fast food and reach for the mints. Research shows different odors affect the way motorists drive, with fast food scents likely to increase road rage potential and other smells — like peppermint — deemed to improve concentration (according to the RAC Foundation, a British automobile association).
Researchers say a hug that’s intended to make someone feel better should last at least six seconds.
Americans are tired of celebrating birthdays, and it’s not because they live in a society obsessed with staying young. According to a survey the majority of Americans say their birthday feels no different from any other day of the year, and a third of those surveyed say their lack of enthusiasm stems from the hassle of planning a party.
FACT FOR YOU:
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The first iPhone wasn't made by Apple. The first mobile device to be called an "iPhone" was made by Cisco, not Apple. It allowed the user to use the voice functions of Skype without a computer. Apple announced its own product just 22 days later, and Cisco sued for trademark infringement. The lawsuit was ultimately settled out of court and both companies were allowed to keep using the name. However, you've probably never heard of the Cisco iPhone.
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Calumet County business is warning people to watch out for fake bills
after they were victims of fraud at the annual Testicle Festival.
Rocky & Tara’s Nut Haus posted on Facebook that someone passed
fake $100 bills at their business and Two of a Kind. “We would like
to make this notice to all upcoming festivals and big events to be on
guard,” reads the Facebook Post. “As these bills can be bought by
ANYONE ON A WEBSITE.” The bills appear to be marked with some
Chinese writing. We’ve reported before on these fake bills. Some
are marked as motion picture bills. Rocky & Tara’s Nut Haus
says the scammers likely hit them with the fake bills when their crew
was busy and not able to do checks with money pens. The bills were
passed at each of the two bars hosting the event, plus another, under
the tent. The person who did it also managed to avoid the security
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Brooklyn man admitted conspiring with another man from Saugerties to
obtain more than $5.6 million in fraudulent loans from the U.S.
government's pandemic relief program. 31-year-old Sean M. Andre
pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Syracuse to conspiring to
commit bank fraud and wire fraud. His co-conspirator, 48-year-old
Jean R. Lavanture, has been indicted on three counts of bank fraud
and was arrested in September at a New Jersey mansion he bought with
fraudulent loan money. In July and August, Andre and Lavanture
submitted multiple fraudulent applications for Paycheck Protection
Program loans and one Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S.
Small Business Administration. The applications misrepresented the
number of employees and amount of payroll at their companies and were
supported by fake tax documents. In fact, Lavanture's entities never
had any employees or paid any taxes. Under federal statutes, Andre
faces up to thirty years in prison at his sentencing scheduled for
Sept. 23 in Albany. Lavanture has pleaded not guilty and a trial date
has not been set in his case. (https://bit.ly/3i4Yw78)
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