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Angry Napa Valley residents go to war with startup that is buying luxury homes in exclusive neighborhoods across US to sell as timeshares and enraging wealthy neighbors 

 

Pacaso, founded in October by executives from the real estate company Zillow, aims to do to second homes what Airbnb did to hotels and Uber did to taxis. It targets luxury neighborhoods slightly off the usual tourist trails.

Critics say it changes the nature of a neighborhood; the company insists it is making exclusive communities more accessible and, by allowing eight people to share ownership of one home, reducing the intense demand on housing stock.

Angry Napa Valley

Israeli food truck is BANNED from Philadelphia food festival: Organizers accused of bowing to anti-Semitism

Tags: Ban, Business, Community, Culture, Environment, Exclusivity, Lifestyle, Neighbor, Protest, Real Estate, Rejection, Relationships, Safety, Sale, Threat

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21-Jun-2021


California Gov. Newsom declares state of emergency amid extreme heat 

 

California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency Thursday to address power grid concerns as the western U.S. faces a potential triple-digit heat wave.

Newsom and state utility leaders were widely criticized during a heatwave last summer when more than 200,000 Californians suffered two days of rolling power outages – the first time residents had to deal with such issues in nearly 20 years.

California’s main power grid operator issued a statewide "Flex Alert" earlier in the day, asking residents to do their best to conserve power by setting their thermostats above 78 degrees and avoiding using washers, dishwashers and other major appliances.

California Gov. Newsom declares state of emergency amid extreme heat

Request to conserve energy shows year-round vulnerability of Texas grid

Heat wave in West enters Day 6 as entire state of Arizona soars to record highs

Tags: Environment, Heat, Power, Safety, Shutdown, Warning, Weather

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18-Jun-2021


32 pelicans mutilated in California: 'Someone is intentionally breaking' wings, group says 

 

A Southern California wildlife organization is searching for answers after more than 30 pelicans have been attacked and mutilated alongside the state's coast.

The Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center, a nonprofit group that works with injured wildlife in Orange County, said on Monday that 32 brown pelicans have been significantly injured between the cities of Huntington Beach and San Clemente since March.

32 pelicans mutilated in California: 'Someone is intentionally breaking' wings, group says

Tags: Animals, Environment, Terraforming, Violence

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17-Jun-2021


Man contracts ‘flesh-eating bacteria’ from using roomie’s razor 

 

He tried to get a smooth chin — and got anything but.

A California man redefined “razor rash” after a shaver mixup resulted in his face getting ravaged by flesh-eating bacteria. His disfiguring fiasco first came to light in April via a series of viral TikTok videos, but the poor soul hadn’t divulged the full story until now.

Man contracts ‘flesh-eating bacteria’ from using roomie’s razor

Tags: Bacteria, Contamination, Eek, Environment, Etiquette, Friendship, Health, Illness

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16-Jun-2021


These 5 States Are Seeing the Worst COVID Surges 

 

After weeks of decline, the national seven-day average of new COVID cases in the U.S. stopped dropping and begun to plateau around June 8, according to The New York Times. The news comes as the national vaccination rate has also slowed, with close to one-third of Americans now saying they were hesitant to get their shots. But even as the two important figures flatline, certain states are already seeing some of the worst COVID surges reemerge, according to data from The Washington Post.

These 5 States Are Seeing the Worst COVID Surges

CDC will FINALLY label Indian Delta Covid strain as 'variant of concern' as the mutant virus scuppers the UK's reopening plans and leads to fears it could soon swarm the US

There's always a bigger shark. 15-Jun-2021

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Environment, Health, Surge

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15-Jun-2021


Why Atlanta's richest neighborhood wants to secede from the city 

 

A movement in Buckhead, Atlanta, the city's wealthiest neighborhood comprised of predominately White residents, is working to secede in order to form its own city due to a rise in crime.

Why Atlanta's richest neighborhood wants to secede from the city

North Dakota girl, 14, dies after being beaten, choked and stabbed 25 times

Canadian driver, 20, who deliberately plowed a Dodge Ram into a Muslim family of five and laughed as Mounties took him into custody

Baltimore shops fed up with 'prostitution, public urination, and defecation' — and threaten to not pay taxes until there's more police, better services

Seattle police furious after city finance department sends — and then defends — all-staff email calling cops white supremacists

VIDEO: Suspect carries out gruesome beating on woman pumping gas — and bystanders do nothing to help

Judge calls man who torched police station ‘a good person who made a terrible mistake’

Number of migrants at US border hits new record high

Wife of man shot while jogging in Atlanta's wealthiest neighborhood Buckhead says residents are fleeing the area

The blue state exodus: How Americans fled cities in New York and California for Republican states of Arizona, Idaho and the Sun Belt to escape lockdowns and crime

Tags: $, Activism, Community, Crime, Culture, Environment, Fighting Back, Moving, Murder, Neglect, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Responsibility, Safety, Segregation, Shutdown, Solutions, Threat, Video, Violence, World

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15-Jun-2021


California to Lift Many COVID-19 Restrictions June 15 

 

California is expected to “move beyond” the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, officially lifting restrictions on both capacity and physical distancing for most activities and businesses. Fully vaccinated individuals will no longer be required to wear face coverings except in the following places where masks are required for everyone: public transit, K-12 schools, childcare and youth settings, healthcare settings and long-term care facilities, state and local correctional and detention centers, and homeless and emergency shelters and cooling centers.

California to Lift Many COVID-19 Restrictions June 15

Tags: Community, Environment, Health, Masks, Policy, Safety

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13-Jun-2021


Male teens and boys using women’s bathrooms, change rooms outrage in China reveals lack of sex and gender education, experts say 

 

The online debate blew up after a popular female rights blogger shared a complaint from another woman earlier this week that several mothers often brought their sons, aged 10 and above, to use the women’s bathroom at her community swimming pool. The boys even showered with their mothers according to the complaint.

Experts said the behaviour exposes the lack of sex and gender education in China where many parents do not see an issue in mixing the use of gendered bathrooms and the children are too young to understand.

The woman said she was once gawked at by one of the boys which made her feel angry and humiliated. When she complained to the swimming pool staff she was told that the boy was “too young” and they could do nothing to “discipline” him.

A male user said he met with a father taking his daughter to a public toilet. “I started to pee when they came in. How embarrassed I was!” he said.

Male teens and boys using women’s bathrooms

Tags: Complaint, Environment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Parenting, Safety, Sex, Sex Identity, World

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12-Jun-2021


Airlines could start forcing passengers to step on the scale before flights after FAA imposes new weight rules for planes 

 

Luggage might not be the only items being placed on scales at airports in the near future as regulators are asking airlines to more accurately estimate how heavy their passengers are.

As part of new safety regulations, the Federal Aviation Administration is requiring airlines come up with new, more in-depth methods of determining passenger and carry-on baggage weight.

Everything from clothing to items such as cell phones must be taken into account under the new guidelines, and the move is an implicit acknowledgment that the average American is getting heavier.

Airlines could start forcing passengers to step on the scale before flights after FAA imposes new weight rules for planes

Tags: Enforcement, Environment, Policy, Travel, Weight

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09-Jun-2021


People Are Revealing The Ugliest American Cities They've Ever Visited 

 

Here are 18 American cities that got called out in the viral thread:

Here are 18 American cities that got called out in the viral thread

NYPD riot cops use pepper spray and arrest 22 during violent clashes with mob protesting 10PM Washington Square Park curfew

Gone Girl and Cocktail actress Lisa Banes, 65, is fighting for life after she was mowed down by hit-and-run electric scooter in New York

Boy, 10, is killed and man, 29, injured after a drive-by shooting in NYC 'following argument with neighbor' amid 77% surge in Big Apple gun violence

North Carolina police force says it WON'T respond in-person to 911 calls about theft, fraud, or trespassing

Female Amazon delivery driver, 21, tells complaining 67-year-old woman customer to 'check her white privilege' and then viciously beats her

Rampaging naked Florida woman, 53, destroys an Outback Steakhouse and hurls bottles at cops before being tasered

Westchester school principal made employee take racy pictures: lawsuit

3 dead, multiple injured after mass shooting at graduation party in Miami-Dade area

Assailant sought after 3 men stabbed after leaving Anaheim bar: Police

Tags: Activism, Beauty, Celebrity, Environment, Lifestyle, Murder, Police, Safety, Video, Violence

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06-Jun-2021


‘Deeply concerned:’ COVID hospitalization rates in teens doubled in a month, CDC says 
 

After peaking in January and then steadily declining in the following months, COVID-19 hospitalization rates among teens nearly doubled from March to April, according to a new report.

Among 205 adolescents hospitalized for COVID-19 between January and March, about 31% were admitted to an intensive care unit and 5% required invasive mechanical ventilation, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found. Still, none of the teens died from the disease in that time.

The hospitalization trend directly contrasts with that of adults aged 65 and older, which has stabilized during the same period largely because of high vaccination rates among older populations.

Deeply concerned...

Children in need of ICU care after being hospitalized for COVID-19 on the rise

Tags: Children, Coronavirus, Environment, Illness, Parental Burden, Substitute, Terraforming, Treatment, Video, Warning

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06-Jun-2021


Why does Mexico have the world’s ‘most violent’ cities? 

 

In 2020, according to a report by the Mexico City-based Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice, seven out of the ten “most violent” cities in the world were located in Mexico.

The organisation ranks cities with populations of 300,000 or more – which are not in declared conflict zones – based on official tallies of intentional homicides.

The city of Celaya in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato came in first with 109.38 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Tijuana, Ciudad Juárez, and Ciudad Obregón. Guanajuato’s Irapuato took fifth place, while Baja California’s Ensenada took sixth. Uruapan in the state of Michoacán came in eighth.

Why does Mexico have the world’s ‘most violent’ cities?

Tags: Environment, Safety, Travel, Violence, World

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05-Jun-2021


World's largest meat supplier JBS shuts ALL of its US beef plants 

 

The Department of Agriculture has asked other major meat processors to increase capacity and mitigate potential beef supply issues due to the country's reliance on JBS production lines.

All nine of the company's beef plants in the country have shut down as a result of the cyber attack, according to the United & Food and Commercial Workers, which represents employees at the plants. It is unclear when those plants will resume operations.

The company has two plants in Nebraska, and one each in Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Utah, Texas and Arizona.

'We have cybersecurity plans in place to address these types of issues... the vast majority of our beef, pork, poultry and prepared foods plants will be operational tomorrow,' Andre Nogueira, JBS chief in the United States, said in a statement Tuesday.

World's largest meat supplier JBS shuts ALL of its US beef plants

Tags: $, Business, Environment, Limited, Meat, Politics, Safety, Warning

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01-Jun-2021


Why do women still get judged so harshly for having casual sex? 

 

F. Scott Fitzgerald famously called the Roaring Twenties — which happened on the heels of the 1918 flu pandemic — ‘the most expensive orgy in history’.

Now, as more and more Americans are vaccinated, some are saying all the sexual energy pent up over the past year will be unleashed, with Yale sociologist Nicholas Christakis predicting a summer marked by a surge in ‘sexual licentiousness’.

Women, however, might face backlash for exploring their post-vaccination sexuality. In a new study, we found that women — but not men — continue to be perceived negatively for having casual sex.

Why do women still get judged so harshly for having casual sex?

Tags: Backlash, Environment, Health, Horniness, Mental Health, Outbreak, Psychology, Sex, Whoredom, Women In Charge

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30-May-2021


Princeton Removes Greek, Latin Requirement for Classics Majors to Combat ‘Systemic Racism’ 

 

Classics majors at Princeton University will no longer be required to learn Greek or Latin in a push to create a more inclusive and equitable program, an effort that was given “new urgency” by the “events around race that occurred last summer,” according to faculty.

Last month, faculty members approved changes to the Classics department, including eliminating the “classics” track, which required an intermediate proficiency in Greek or Latin to enter the concentration, according to Princeton Alumni Weekly. The requirement for students to take Greek or Latin was also removed.

Princeton Removes Greek, Latin Requirement for Classics Majors to Combat ‘Systemic Racism’

Tags: Change, Culture, Education, Environment, Modernization, Study

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30-May-2021




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