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Palm Springs food ware ordinance takes effect 


Provisions in the ordinance include a ban on the sale and use of polystyrene food containers such as foam, a ban on plastic straws and stirrers, a ban on single-use plastic bags for takeout orders and a requirement that reusable food ware be used for on-site dining.

Palm Springs food ware ordinance takes effect

‘I’m in the fucking drive-thru’

Animal cruelty bill advances despite opposition from pet advocates

Who Will Win Best Actor at the 2022 Oscars?

Violent crime doubles near Queen Anne homeless shelter

Now even the steaks are being locked up!

Indian couple sues son, daughter-in-law for not giving them grandkids

Son, 13, was accused of SEXUAL HARASSMENT for refusing to refer to classmate by 'they/them' pronouns

Tags: Animals, Award, Boundaries, Court, Crime, Effect, Enforcement, Fast Food, Food, Grandparent, Hollywood, Homeless, LGBTQ, Meat, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Protection, Sacrifice, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Social Anxiety, Theft, Tips, Treatment, Video

Filed under: Health/Food



I Tried Dating A Fish Lover 


He was hot, with a muscular, barrel-chested body, thick hair, and a huge ... laugh.

The guy was romantic. Like, so romantic that once, when he started kissing me on a street corner — some of the best kissing I’ve ever been a part of — it went on for long enough that the nearest neighbor knocked on their window from the inside to let us know, I think, to cut it out.

He never met my friends or my family, and I never met his. He showed me an engraved wooden box from a former sweetheart: She’d loved him, he said with remorse.

I told The Fisherman that I wasn’t going to chase him anymore; his ambivalence had become too much to handle.

I Tried Dating A Fisherman

The subtle signs YOUR relationship is set to fail

Tags: Opinion, Relationships, Romance, Story, Tips

Filed under: Health/Food



Too Much of This Can Cause "Deadly" Diabetes 


"Diabetes is when your body cannot provide enough insulin to allow glucose (sugar) into the hungry cells of your body," explains Thomas Horowitz, DO, a family medicine specialist at CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles. "The best way to avoid it is to be on a diet that does not task your insulin supply."

Avoid These Things:
- sugar-sweetened drinks like soda and juices...

Too Much

Drinking This Just Once Increases Your Heart Disease Risk

Urgent Coca-Cola recall

Tags: Disease, Drink, Poison, Recall, Safety, Tips

Filed under: Health/Food



Downfall of Britain's WOKEST head... 


As head teacher of Britain’s most expensive day school, since 2017 Robin Appleby has enjoyed a pay packet to rival those of the turbo-charged bankers, sports stars and celebrities whose ultra-privileged children she educates.

Nothing lasts for ever, though. And last week Mrs Appleby’s lucrative reign at ASL — which has 1,350 students and alumni who include Kathleen Turner and Police drummer Stewart Copeland — came to a juddering halt.

Downfall of Britain's WOKEST head

Florida Dept. of Education yanks anti-bullying resources from website

Arkansas waitress is FIRED after group of good Samaritans leave her a $4,400 tip

Tags: $, Cancelled, Education, Laws, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Politics, Resignation, Sharing, Support, Termination, Threat, Tips, World

Filed under: Health/Food



Cold weather can cause ‘winter vagina’  


We all know as the temperature drops and the heating gets switched on that it can play havoc with your skin.

Dry skin and chapped lips become more of a problem, leaving us reaching for the hand cream and lip balm.

But could that “drought” affect all parts of the body, including — yep, you guessed it — your private parts?

Cold weather can cause ‘winter vagina’

Tags: Anatomy, Change, Effect, Health, Skin, Tips, Treatment, Warning, Women

Filed under: Health/Food



Instacart faces lawsuit from DC attorney general over ‘deceptive’ service fees 


The suit specifically alleges Instacart misled customers regarding the 10% service fee to think it was a tip for the delivery person, from September 2016 to April 2018.

“Instacart tricked District consumers into believing they were tipping grocery delivery workers when, in fact, the company was charging them extra fees and pocketing the money,” Racine said in a statement. “Instacart used these deceptive fees to cover its operating costs while simultaneously failing to pay D.C. sales taxes. We filed suit to force Instacart to honor its legal obligations, pay D.C. the taxes it owes, and return millions of dollars to District consumers the company deceived.”

Instacart faces lawsuit from DC attorney general over ‘deceptive’ service fees

Tags: $, Accusation, Business, Misrepresentation, Self Interest, Service, Tax, Tips

Filed under: Health/Food



Dear Prudence,


Q. My husband’s affair partner talked to my daughter: My husband, “Ted,” had an 18-month-long affair with his co-worker “Angela.” The affair began when I was pregnant with our first child, “Lois,” and ended six months ago, when I found out. At the height of the affair Ted would take our infant daughter to the office on the weekends to give me a break. I have since learned that Angela would meet him (at the office or hotels) and they’d have sex while Lois slept in another room. I am eight months pregnant with our second child and could not have afforded to leave Ted before the pandemic began; I certainly can’t now. Ted, to his credit, has done a lot to begin to rebuild my trust in him, including being an open book. He and Angela could both lose their jobs if their employer found out about the affair, so I don’t want to expose them and lose what financial security our family has. At the same time, I made it clear Angela is to stay the hell away from Lois. She used to fawn over Lois when we visited Ted at work, and the memories make my skin crawl. I have spoken to Angela only once in the past six months, and that was all I said to her.

Ted now works from home. On Friday he had a Zoom call with his team, which includes Angela. While I was making Lois lunch she wandered into Ted’s office, and when I went to grab her, I caught Angela asking Lois questions: “How old are you? Are you excited to be a big sister?” I grabbed Lois without saying anything, gave her lunch, went to our bathroom, and burst into tears. I am livid at myself for letting Lois wander away because I can’t afford to be angry at Angela. Ted tried his best to comfort me, and he agrees Angela was out of line, but he doesn’t feel there’s anything he can do. Lois was in Ted’s office for less than two minutes:. Is it a violation of our previous agreement that Angela talked to Lois? Or was she just being a polite co-worker? I don’t know anymore.


Tags: Advice, Dating, Etiquette, Perception, Relationships, Tips, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food



How to Safely Store Different Kinds of Meat—and Make It Last 


Buying meat is often expensive, so when you do pick some up for a recipe, you don't want any to go to waste. In order to ensure it stays fresh, there are a lot of food safety factors to keep in mind. Store it safely in the refrigerator or freezer before you cook it, and you can keep your kitchen well-stocked for days, weeks, and even months to come.

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has specific recommended timeframes for storing different kinds of meat, from raw poultry and steaks to bacon and corned beef. It's divided into refrigeration and freezer guidelines, so you know exactly how long you can keep that ham you bought. We combined those parameters with storage tips from the Food & Wine Test Kitchen—read on for the full breakdown of how to store meat.

Food and Wine

Tags: Food, Instructional, Meat, Preserve, Tips

Filed under: Health/Food



Malaysia urges women to wear make-up and 'stop nagging' their husbands in 'sexist' ad campaign on how to avoid domestic disputes during coronavirus lockdown 


Malaysian authorities have advised women to wear make-up and avoid nagging their husbands during the coronavirus lockdown, sparking accusations of sexism.

The south-east Asian nation has ordered its 32million people to stay at home to stem the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected more than 2,700 people there.

One showed a picture of a couple hanging up clothes together next to a caption that advised women to 'avoid nagging' their husbands.

Another post said women should imitate the squeaky voice of Doraemon, a cartoon robot cat from Japan that is popular across Asia.

Daily Mail

Tags: Backlash, Beauty, Environment, Etiquette, Govt, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Quarantine, Relationships, Safety, Sexism, Social Media, Survival, Tips, Woman's Rights, World

Filed under: Health/Food



How To Communicate In Bed If You’re Naturally Quiet, According To Experts 


If you get your sex education from porn (which, in case no one ever told you, you shouldn’t), you might assume that loud, wild, passionate moans come naturally to everyone, especially women. But if you instead feel unsure of how to express yourself in bed, you’re far from unusual. Especially since many of us have our first sexual experiences masturbating, when we have no reason (and often don’t want) to make a peep, it can take effort to figure out how to communicate with a partner, and that may or may not involve moaning.

“Unlike in porn, sex does not always result in uncontrollably loud and powerful orgasms,” certified relationship expert and mental health specialist Adina Mahalli, MSW, tells Bustle. “Instead of focusing on what you should do, feel, or sound like, try letting go and living in the moment. The best way to express yourself in bed is to let things happen naturally. Having sex requires a significant degree of vulnerability, but if you become just a bit more vulnerable, you'll find that it transforms the experience. Once you lower your defenses, you'll see that your verbal and body language will start narrating your sexual experience in ways you've never imagined.”


Tags: Advice, Opinion, Relationships, Sex, Tips, Training

Filed under: Health/Food



We need to be more honest about what tech culture is doing to our mental health 


My dad was a psychiatrist and my mom was a civil rights activist, so I was lucky enough to grow up in a home where mental and emotional wellness was openly discussed on a regular basis. Still, when I became the cofounder and CEO of Starcity, a venture-backed startup trying to solve housing affordability in cities, I fell victim to a true entrepreneur’s dilemma—the internal pressure to run myself ragged.

This pressure strained my relationship with my family and made me stressed out all the time. At the time, my daughter Charlie was a few months old, and she would often wake up in the middle of the night and need some love. Because I was so sleep-deprived, when she did wake up, I would jolt out of bed and either be angry and confused that she was affecting my limited sleep schedule. When I would reluctantly help out, I was never able to fall back to sleep. This was a painful cycle, and my wife made it clear that this behavior was not sustainable for everyone. I was disappointed in myself and knew this was not the type of father and husband I wanted to be.

Fast Company

Tags: Advice, Business, Employment, Environment, Health, Instructional, Marriage, Mental Health, Portrait, Psychology, Relationships, Support, Tech, Tips, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food





The trickiest part about knowing how to deal with gaslighting in a relationship is being able to decipher whether you’re actually being gaslighted in the first place. When I first started sifting through my mental archives, I wasn’t even sure I had ever experienced it. Then I remembered the last time my ex randomly texted me the Wikipedia page of “narcissistic personality disorder,” saying he was “trying to help.” There was also the time I “invented” that he told me he broke up with his new girlfriend over the weekend, despite texts confirming such events were literally in my phone. Or like 40 other incidents that resulted in him saying, “you’re being crazy right now” to me. So basically, I realized years later that gaslighting was the defining quality of my longest on-and-off relationship.

Better late than never? Maybe, but I’m assuming you don’t have a decade of your life to waste, so let’s cut to the facts, here. Psychotherapist Tammy Nelson, PhD, a sex and relationship expert, says it’s one thing to be lied to, but “it’s another when your partner denies the truth when they look you in the eye, and you know they are lying to you. You have proof, and they keep denying it.” Essentially, it’s the language and behavior a person uses to usurp your sense of what’s actually going on.

“When they lie to you when they’ve been confronted and try to deny your reality in the face of proof, it’s denial,” says Dr. Nelson. “If they try to convince you that you’re crazy for seeing the reality in what they’re doing, that’s gaslighting. Being gaslighted means they are trying to make you feel like your reality is a lie, even when you know you’re not imagining it.”

Well and Good

Tags: Awareness, Environment, Gaslighting, Mental Health, Psychology, Relationships, Tips, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food



Why You Shouldn't Use The Wi-Fi In Your Airbnb, According To A Hacker 


Most Airbnb users book stays with no major issues. But staying in a stranger’s house means you inevitably make yourself vulnerable to some risks, some of which have included scams, hidden cameras and discrimination. It can be hard to let your guard down while renting an Airbnb ? and you shouldn’t, even if everything seems to check out.

That’s because there could be another danger lurking in your rental that’s harder to detect: the Wi-Fi.

Beware The Wi-Fi

You probably know to use extra caution when using public Wi-Fi networks such as those at your local coffee shop or the airport. Even when a password is required to access the network, you’re at risk of a number of different kinds of attacks, according to Jason Glassberg, an “ethical hacker” and co-founder of Casaba Security.


Tags: Hotel, Identity, Protection, Safety, Tech, Theft, Tips, Travel, TV, Wi-Fi

Filed under: Health/Food



A definitive guide to tipping at restaurants, because we know you have questions 


Paying the check at the end of a meal can make you sweat when you’re trying to figure out what to tip. Do you move the decimal over? Add a zero to the first number on the check? Call your mom for help? While there are plenty of ways to decide how much to tip at restaurants, there are a few etiquette and cultural rules you’ll want to follow to make sure you’re tipping properly. Unfortunately, some customers choose to make their own rules.

A recent Twitter post from CNBC on this topic caused an uproar: it offered a “hack” diners could use to save money, but ultimately, the trick amounted to tipping your server less. As you can imagine, this didn’t go well on Twitter. With more than 5 million views and 7,000 comments, people obviously had thoughts on the matter.

Some on Twitter said there were better ways to save money that didn’t involve skimping on the tip:

Hello Giggles

Tags: Employment, Environment, Finance, Tips

Filed under: Health/Food