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Palm Springs lifts COVID-19 curfew; bars and restaurants can now stay open until 2 a.m. 

 

Palm Springs lifted a curfew on restaurants, bars, wineries and breweries on Friday, allowing the establishments to stay open until 2 a.m.

Palm Springs lifts COVID-19 curfew; bars and restaurants can now stay open until 2 a.m.

Tags: Business, Choices, Coronavirus, Economy, Environment, Health, LGBTQ, NSFW, Open, Priorities

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28-Feb-2021


Google fires Margaret Mitchell, another top researcher on its AI ethics team 

 

Google has fired one of its top artificial intelligence researchers, Margaret Mitchell, escalating internal turmoil at the company following the departure of Timnit Gebru, another leading figure on Google’s AI ethics team.

In a statement to Reuters, Google said the firing followed a weeks-long investigation that found she moved electronic files outside the company. Google said Mitchell violated the company’s code of conduct and security policies.

Gebru said Google fired her after she questioned an order not to publish a paper claiming AI that mimics language could hurt marginalized populations.

Google fires Margaret Mitchell, another top researcher on its AI ethics team

Tags: Activism, Business, Employment, Leaders, Men In Charge, Science, Termination

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19-Feb-2021


'Finally': France seeks to set age for sexual consent, at 15 

 

France’s government wants to set the age of sexual consent at 15 and make it easier to punish long-ago child sexual abuse, amid growing public pressure and a wave of online testimonies about rape and other sexual violence by parents and authority figures.

“Finally!” was the refrain Wednesday from victims and child protection activists who have long pushed for tougher laws and greater societal recognition of the problem.

“An act of sexual penetration by an adult on a minor under 15 will be considered a rape,” Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti said Tuesday on France-2 television. Perpetrators could no longer cite consent to diminish the charges, he said, though exceptions would be made for teenagers having consensual sex.

'Finally': France seeks to set age for sexual consent, at 15

Tags: Business, Choices, Consent, Laws, Legal Age, Minors, Parental Burden, Safety, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Travel, World

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10-Feb-2021


Brand formerly known as Aunt Jemima reveals new name 

 

The longtime brand announced they would remove the outdated image of Aunt Jemima at the end of 2020, with the name change happening at a later date. The new logo is slated to appear on store shelves in June 2021.

The history of Aunt Jemima is somewhat muddled, but in a 2015 piece for The New York Times, Riché Richardson, an associate professor of African American literature in the Africana Studies and Research Center at Cornell University, explained the brand’s name and original logo were inspired by a minstrel song about a "mammy" caricature, “Old Aunt Jemima.”

Brand formerly known as Aunt Jemima reveals new name

Tags: Business, Change, Etiquette, Food, History, Name, Racial Tension

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10-Feb-2021


The First U.S. Funeral Home That Turns Bodies Into Compost Is Now Open 

 

For almost a decade, Katrina Spade has been developing a new way to deal with dead bodies.

In 2011 as a graduate student in architecture, Spade began questioning what would become of her corpse after death. Unsatisfied with the options available, she spent years refining her own solution: “natural organic reduction.”

This December, after years of feasibility studies, fundraising, and legislative efforts, Spade’s company, Recompose, started turning its first customers into compost.

The First U.S. Funeral Home That Turns Bodies Into Compost Is Now Open

Tags: Business, Celebration, Death, Ecology, Environment, Humanity, Modernization, Sacrifice, Unity

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05-Feb-2021


Target pulling products allegedly made with forced monkey labor 

 

Target will no longer sell coconut milk made by the Thai company Chaokoh after an investigation alleged the drink is tied to forced monkey labor, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals announced Monday.

“By dropping Chaokoh, Target is joining thousands of stores that refuse to profit from chained monkeys’ misery,” PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman wrote in a statement.

Target pulling products allegedly made with forced monkey labor

Tags: Animals, Business, Cancelled, Employment, Environment, Profiling, Safety, World

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25-Jan-2021


KFC Mixes Chicken and Pixels With Its New Gaming PC 

 

KFC, the famous fried chicken subsidiary of Yum! Brands (NYSE:YUM) and runner-up for world's biggest restaurant chain by sales, is apparently moving ahead with its plan to release the KFConsole, a high-powered gaming computer that also keeps chicken warm. Made to resemble a fried chicken bucket in general outline, the PC features a high-performance gaming setup that supports virtual reality (VR) and 4K TV games, according to IGN and other sources.

The PC is also designed to keep KFC munchies close at hand. The device features a drawer containing a tray where pieces of chicken can be placed to keep them warm while you're gaming, with Cooler Master stating this "Chicken Chamber" will use the computer's "natural heat and airflow system," enabling you to "focus on your gameplay and enjoy hot, crispy chicken between rounds."

KFC Mixes Chicken and Pixels With Its New Gaming PC

Tags: Advertising, Business, Computer, Development, Food, Product, Restaurant, Tech

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23-Dec-2020


A Mom Upset Her Friend After She Made A Rainbow Blanket For Her Baby 

 

In a viral post on the popular sub-Reddit forum "Am I The A**hole," one mom shared that she made rainbow blanket for her baby, but it stirred up a bit of controversy with her friend. The mom was confused by the whole encounter, as was pretty much everyone else who commented on the post.

According to the mom, one of her friends was interested in purchasing one of her blankets, but when the pregnant mom sent a photo of the blanket she was creating for her own baby, the friend took offense. Why? Because she hadn't had a miscarriage, apparently. "I told her it was for my baby and she asked whether I’d had a secret miscarriage before this baby. When I told her no, she went off on me saying it was very disrespectful to make myself a rainbow blanket when I hadn’t suffered a miscarriage and therefore I wasn’t having a rainbow baby," the mom shared on Reddit.

A Mom Upset Her Friend After She Made A Rainbow Blanket For Her Baby

Tags: Advertising, Anger, Business, Enforcement, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Pregnancy, Product, Tradition, Women In Charge

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15-Dec-2020


Hundreds of Companies That Got Stimulus Aid Have Failed 

 

About 300 companies that received as much as half a billion dollars in pandemic-related government loans have filed for bankruptcy, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of government data and court filings.

Many of the companies, which employ a total of about 23,400 workers, say the funds from the Paycheck Protection Program weren’t enough to keep them going as the coronavirus and lack of additional stimulus payments weighed on their businesses.

Hundreds of Companies That Got Stimulus Aid Have Failed

Tags: $, Bankruptcy, Business, Fail, Govt, Safety, Service, Support, Threat, Treatment

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18-Nov-2020


How likely are you to get COVID-19 at a 25-person Thanksgiving dinner or at a wedding with 100 guests? New interactive map shows the risk of contracting coronavirus anywhere in the US 

 

Scientists have developed a new interactive map that shows the risk of contracting coronavirus anywhere in the US in real-time.

The COVID-19 Event Risk Assessment Planning Tool tells Americans their odds of encountering at least one person with the virus in every county at an event with a crowd size ranging from 10 people to 5,000 people.

This means you can assess the risk of one coronavirus-positive individual being at a 10-person dinner party, a Thanksgiving gathering with 25 guests, a 100-person wedding or a concert with 1,000 attendees.

How likely are you to get COVID-19 at a 25-person Thanksgiving dinner

California Gov. Gavin Newsom apologizes for flouting his OWN coronavirus restrictions by attending a 50th birthday party with 12 friends at 3-star Michelin restaurant where a tasting menu costs up to $850

Nancy Pelosi cancels Capitol dinner for new members after being shamed for flouting COVID restrictions by Twitter users led by Chelsea Clinton

Tags: Americans, Apology, Business, Celebration, Charts & Grafts, Choices, Contagion, Coronavirus, Dedication, Environment, Etiquette, Fail, Family, Food, Health, Holidays, Leaders, Misrepresentation, No more Heroes, No Saving The Environment, Nobody Cares, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Punishment, Representation, Respect, Responsibility, Restaurant, Social Distancing, Suicide, World

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14-Nov-2020


'Rotten': stores in China face backlash over label for large clothing sizes 

 

A major retailer in China has been forced to apologise after one of its stores classified small clothing sizes as “beautiful” and large sizes as “rotten”.

The signs inside the RT-Mart superstore depicted a size chart with small to medium sizes described as “slim” and “beautiful”, with larger sizes as “rotten” and “horrible”.

'Rotten': stores in China face backlash over label for large clothing sizes

Tags: Apology, Backlash, Business, Fashion, Society, Weight

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13-Nov-2020


School lunch company produced juice with high levels of arsenic and toxins: report 

 

A company that supplied a federal school lunch program sold juice with high levels of arsenic and used rotten fruit in their product, the FDA charged in a new lawsuit, according to a report.

In the suit, which was filed in federal court in Washington state against the company Valley Processing, food safety inspectors said they found high levels of arsenic in 17 batches of apple juice and two batches of pear juice during a 2019 inspection, The New York Times reported.

Investigators also found high levels of a toxin produced by rotting or moldy apples and pears in the company’s juice, according to the report.

School lunch company produced juice with high levels of arsenic and toxins: report

Tags: Business, Children, Choices, Education, Environment, Hate, Health, Misrepresentation, Neglect, Parental Burden, Safety, Students, Toxic

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11-Nov-2020


Help! How Do I Talk to My Husband About the Creepy Thing He’s Doing on Instagram? 

 

Q. My husband’s “Likes”: We have close family friends with a beautiful and charming 19-year-old daughter. She is like a niece to us. My husband has made her uncomfortable twice by remarking, “Mmm! Look at Kelly!” when she’s entered a room dressed up for an outing or work. (The “Mmm!” being the sort of sound one makes in appreciation of a delicious-looking food, for example.) Her discomfort was clear—she turned red and exited the room both times.

He now is following her on Instagram and “likes” EVERY single post she puts up. (And she posts frequently!) I’ve spoken to him about not commenting on her appearance, especially with the loud, “Mmm!” noise. He seemed slightly mortified. Do I need to suggest he stop with all the Instagram attention? It seems kinda creepy to me, but perhaps I am seeing something that isn’t even an issue. I remember receiving unwanted attention from middle-aged men in my teen years, so I could be projecting here.

Help! How Do I Talk to My Husband About the Creepy Thing He’s Doing on Instagram?

Salt Life Co-Founder Reportedly Admits to Killing Teen Girlfriend

Tags: Advice, Awareness, Business, Choices, Crime, Daddy Squish, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Marriage, Men In Charge, Murder, Parenting, Priorities, Relationships, Respect, Responsibility, Safety, Sex, Threat, Youth

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09-Nov-2020


E. coli fears spark yet another lettuce recall – throw out lettuce from this brand 

 

Hey, so, remember in 2018 and then again in 2019 when the FDA and CDC issued widespread warnings about the potential for lettuce to make you sick? It was linked to E. coli contamination and although the incidents were separate, it took months for things to calm down in both cases. Well, it’s 2020, so you had to know that we were going to see it again and, yep, here it is.

According to an FDA recall bulletin, a produce distributor named Tanimura & Antle Inc. is voluntarily recalling multiple lots of its single head packaged romaine lettuce because of the possibility that it is contaminated with E. Coli. The recall states that the lettuce was potentially distributed to 20 different US states.

E. coli fears spark yet another lettuce recall – throw out lettuce from this brand

Tags: Business, E. coli, Food, Health, Product, Safety, Warning

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09-Nov-2020


Worker resents having to pick up slack for working moms and dads 

 

Our federal workplace, under the Cares Act, permits parents to work 75 percent of their hours (30 hours/week, any days or times) for the same pay. I’m glad not to lose my teammates and work friends, and glad they can better balance their personal lives and work, but this has translated to a heavy burden on those of us who are child-free. I’m overloaded, and the assignments just keep coming, with no legitimate-enough excuse to make my “no, thank you” stick. The constant narrative from leadership is what heroes parents are — and they are, but those of us without kids are doing so much heavy lifting, and we have families, too.

I know that even though parenthood is a choice, having kids at home during a pandemic wasn’t. As an employed, teleworking, snugly housed and safe person, I know I’m privileged. That said, my workplace feels very unequal right now. It sounds ugly out loud, but as a married woman without children, I’m losing my empathy and patience after months of being treated as though my time is therefore infinite.

Karla: As I once said in response to a child-free worker disgruntled by parents working from home with kids: One worker’s right to work-life balance does not trump another’s.

Worker resents having to pick up slack for working moms and dads

Tags: Business, Children, Choices, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Interference, Parental Burden, Parental Laziness, Policy, Preference, Pregnancy, Protection, Sacrifice, Supremacy

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31-Oct-2020




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