‘I don't care!’ Daring woman drops monster poo while on public bus

HELPLESS passengers watched in horror as a woman riding their bus squatted and took a poo.
Submitted by Hot Korean Guy at 2020-08-06 0:02am to the Health & Beauty forum.

BO NEWS is moving

Start a new life in the off-world colonies!
Submitted by Frostilicus at 2020-08-05 23:14pm to the Off Topic News forum.

Tahlequah: Killer whale who carried dead calf for days is pregnant

A killer whale who carried her dead new-born calf for 17 days while she swam 1,000 miles (1,600km), is pregnant according to scientists.

Scientists in Washington state made the discovery while recording drone images of Southern Resident killer whales.

They said that whales from three pods were pregnant including Tahlequah.

Killer whales have been known to carry dead calves for a week, but scientists at the time said Tahlequah set "a record".

Tahlequah is part of a community of three ...
Submitted by Dreaded Candiru at 2020-08-05 2:05am to the The World forum.

Does Eating Too Much Black Licorice Cause Heart Problems?

According to the FDA consumer update, issued in October 2017, consuming the glycyrrhizin found in licorice may prompt potassium levels in the body to decline, which may lead to issues including abnormal heart rate, high blood pressure, edema, lethargy and even congestive heart failure. Generally, however, potassium levels usually return to normal and problems subside after people stop eating black licorice.
Submitted by John Holmes Boxxyfucker at 2020-08-05 0:27am to the Food forum.

A Queer Indigenous Professor Who Died of COVID-19 Didn’t Actually Exist

A popular Twitter account claiming to be run by a queer, Indigenous Arizona State University professor who “died from COVID-19” on Friday was an elaborate catfishing hoax. Though the account, called @sciencing_bi, had gained some renown in Science Twitter circles, the professor does not seem to have ever existed at all.
Submitted by nocash at 2020-08-04 13:35pm to the Education forum.

Paleontologists Identify Cancer in a Dinosaur Fossil for the First Time

As the new research shows, this particular dinosaur, and probably others, were not immune to cancer, specifically osteosarcoma, a serious bone malignancy.
Submitted by Nibbles at 2020-08-04 4:46am to the Science forum.

Homeland Security Is Quietly Tying Antifa to Foreign Powers

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) intelligence officials are targeting activists it considers “antifa” and attempting to tie them to a foreign power, according to a DHS intelligence report obtained exclusively by The Nation.

The intelligence report, titled “The Syrian Conflict and its Nexus to the U.S.-based Antifascist Movement,” mentions several Americans, including a left-wing podcast host who traveled to Syria to fight ISIS. The report includes a readout of these ...
Submitted by crote at 2020-08-03 21:01pm to the Off Topic News forum.

Japan Acted Like the Virus Had Gone. Now It’s Spread Everywhere.

After initial success, Japan is facing a reality check on the coronavirus.

The country garnered global attention after containing the first wave of Covid-19 with what it referred to as the “Japan Model” -- limited testing and no lockdown, nor any legal means to force businesses to close. The country’s finance minister even suggested a higher “cultural standard” helped contain the disease.

But now the island nation is facing a formidable resurgence, with Covid-19 cases hitting ...
Submitted by Forensic at 2020-08-03 17:33pm to the The World forum.

How the Trump campaign came to court QAnon, the online conspiracy movement identified by the FBI as a violent threat

Outside the Las Vegas Convention Center, Kayleigh McEnany raised a microphone to a mega-fan and asked what it felt like to be acknowledged by President Trump at his February rally in Sin City.

At the time a spokeswoman for Trump’s reelection campaign, McEnany nodded as the supporter said the shout-out was most meaningful because of the words on the shirt he was wearing, which he read aloud: “Where we go one, we go all,” the motto of QAnon conspiracy theorists who believe Trump is ...
Submitted by Forensic at 2020-08-03 17:32pm to the Politics forum.

Oh No, Someone Planted the Mystery Seeds

In recent weeks, reports surfaced of mysterious, unsolicited seed packets creating chaos in the postal system as they crept into random mailboxes across the country. It seemed almost inevitable that someone, whether out of boredom or curiosity or a simple mix-up, would eventually plant the spooky seeds, despite stringent warnings from our agricultural authorities not to free them from their plastic baggies. Unfortunately, those warnings came too late for an Arkansas man who received his seedy ...
Submitted by nocash at 2020-08-03 13:37pm to the Food forum.

In Argentina’s Debt Negotiations, a Kinder, Gentler Capitalism Faces a Test

Laurence D. Fink presents himself as the vanguard of a progressive form of capitalism in which profits are not everything: The enlightened money is supposed to press for environmental and social protection.

As the chief executive of BlackRock, the world’s largest investment management company, Mr. Fink oversees more than $7 trillion. He has steered some of that fortune to the crisis-wracked nation of Argentina, purchasing government bonds.

But as Argentina — in default since May — ...
Submitted by Forensic at 2020-08-03 4:56am to the The Economy forum.

The War Nerd: Amateurs Talk Cancel, Pros Talk Silence

last article I'm ever going to submit here, I really want to make it count

the Bo is dead, the Bo shall live forever
Submitted by somedongus at 2020-08-02 5:56am to the Crime forum.

Update: One of the first ships to resume cruising is having a COVID outbreak

On second thought, maybe it was too soon.

One of the first cruise ships in the world to resume sailing since the coronavirus-caused worldwide halt to cruising in March is experiencing a significant outbreak of the illness that already has sent several people to the hospital.

Norwegian expedition cruise company Hurtigruten late Friday said four sick crew members from the 535-passenger Roald Amundsen were admitted to the University Hospital of North Norway in Tromsø, Norway, earlier in the ...
Submitted by Double The Fist at 2020-08-02 1:42am to the The World forum.

New Evidence Suggests Young Children Spread Covid-19 More Efficiently Than Adults

Well, that's not great
Submitted by Haystack at 2020-08-01 23:04pm to the Health & Beauty forum.

George R.R. Martin Can Fuck Off Into the Sun, or: The 2020 Hugo Awards Ceremony (RageBlog Edition)

The host for this year’s festivities was George R.R. Martin and he spent an awful lot of time talking about John W. Campbell, noted fascist and racist. Pretty sure that between Martin and Bob Silverberg, Campbell (noted fascist and racist!) was mentioned more than the aggregate of the folks being honored. I aged approximately 67 years during Silverberg’s segment.
Submitted by Agent #1 at 2020-08-01 18:39pm to the Books forum.

'Nobody likes me,' Trump complains, as even his allies fade

Lamenting his plunging popularity this week, a self-pitying President Donald Trump wondered how it all went wrong.
"Nobody likes me," he said, confounded at how his administration's health experts could be receiving accolades while he is accused of ignoring and denying the raging public health crisis.
"It can only be my personality," Trump said, "that's all."
Submitted by revdrew at 2020-08-01 16:46pm to the Politics forum.

USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified 14 different kinds of seeds in the mysterious packages that appear to have been sent unsolicited from China to people around the country.

All 50 states have issued warnings about the packages some of which contain flowering plants like morning glory, hibiscus and roses, according to Osama El-Lissy, with the Plant Protection program of USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. El-Lissy said other packages contain vegetables like ...
Submitted by Forensic at 2020-08-01 16:34pm to the Crime forum.

Exclusive: TikTok's Chinese owner offers to forego stake to clinch U.S. deal - sources

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China’s ByteDance has agreed to divest the U.S. operations of TikTok completely in a bid to save a deal with the White House, after President Donald Trump said on Friday he had decided to ban the popular short-video app, two people familiar with the matter said on Saturday.

ByteDance’s concession will test whether Trump’s threat to ban TikTok is a negotiating tactic or whether he is intent on cracking down on a social media app that has up to 80 million ...
Submitted by Forensic at 2020-08-01 15:39pm to the Politics forum.

When Did Recipe Writing Get So...Whitewashed?

We both grew up in kitchens where our families didn’t follow recipes. Does the process even feel natural to you?

I’m actually a scientist at heart. Before I went to culinary arts school, I went to college and got a degree in Biology and Psychology, and took chemistry classes. So in a certain way, exact measurements and instructions totally speak to me. Also, my mom is a food scientist. I grew up around her test kitchen at work, where she was in charge of creating new food items for ...
Submitted by thirteen3seven at 2020-08-01 14:19pm to the Food forum.

7 Steps to Grooming Your Young Christian Wife

“I have read your site for some time, but this is my first time writing you. My wife and I have been married a year. She is 18 and I am 24. Now I am trying to get my wife to follow her role as I begin to assume my role as leader. I am six years older than her, but that seems to just make it worse. She keeps saying “You are not my father!” She was raised in a strict family and I guess she thinks now that she is married, she is free from all authority. I have recently put both of us ...
Submitted by Double The Fist at 2020-08-01 1:43am to the Horseshit! forum.