Consumers Spend Nearly Seven Hours Per Week Watching Online Video, and Almost Half Subscribe to Two or More OTT Services

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Parks Associates announced new research today showing the number of hours per week consumers spend watching online video has almost doubled from 3.6 hours per...

How to Tell If Your Dog Is Sick?

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Can you tell when your dog is not feeling well? Are you able to interpret the signs that he may be sick? If...

How to Properly Dispose of Worn-Out U.S. Flags

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Many Americans proudly fly the U.S. flag at their homes and places of work, but what do you do with it when it’s old and ratty and you’re ready for a new one? Don’t just throw it in the trash like any other old item — that’s considered disrespectful. Just as there’s etiquette for displaying Old Glory, there’s also...

JK Rowling Refuses To Bow To The Mobs For Defending Biological Sex

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Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is refusing to back down on her defense of biological sex, despite criticism from LGBTQ activists and actors in the Harry Potter series.  The acclaimed fiction writer spoke out in a Wednesday blog post where she laid out her reasoning on why she continues to defend biological sex, as well as her anxieties over...

Quaker Ladies – Houstonia Caerulea

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Folks looking for a delicately small and beautiful wildflower plant to decorate their garden with should consider planting Quaker Lady Bluets. The growing...

SIXSMITH: On The Precipice: Five Lessons for Avoiding Societal Catastrophe

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With the development of the nuclear bomb, mankind acquired unprecedented potential for committing both murder and suicide. This was the creation of the “precipice” that the Oxford philosopher Toby Ord referenced in the title of his serious and important new book “The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity.” Ord wrote: “At that moment, our rapidly accelerating technological...

US Birth Rates Continue To Fall As Millennials Put Off Having Kids. Coronavirus Could Exacerbate The Decline

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Birth rates in the United States continue to fall as millennials put off having kids, and experts warn that coronavirus could make people less likely to have children. Federal figures released Wednesday show that women in the U.S. had babies record-low rates in 2019, causing the number of U.S. births to reach the smallest number in 35 years, the...

Op-Ed: Food Supply Chains Under Strain, Tips to Cope

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Hello, my fellow American Patriots. I wanted to share with you an observation I have noticed while on my social media platforms of late. The conversations and commentary have been very focused on the food supply chain, and more specifically, fears of dire food shortages. Although there have been particular companies and product lines initially negatively impacted in...

‘Love & Hip Hop’ TV Star Charged for Using PPP Funds to Buy Lavish Gifts for Himself

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Topics in this post: Maurice Fayne Paycheck Protection Program A reality TV personality who stars in Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, has been arrested...

New Launch Date for ETIAS, The Visa Waiver for Europe

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A new implementation date for the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) has recently been announced. The ETIAS visa waiver, which had...