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  1. Dumpster you mean? They just want to build more golf course, commercial building, extract more rare earth since China stopped supplying it during the trade war, get as much money as they could.
  2. Translation: Dumpster will help to extract the rich rare earth in the unexplored Amazon territory after the fire subsided.
  3. Bangkok woman hospitalised after she falls over and a cucumber ended up inside her August 15, 2019 By The Thaiger A 51 year old Thai woman was recently sent to hospital complaining of vaginal pain because she had a cucumber stuck in her ‘lady parts’. She told hospital staff that she ‘fell’ on the cucumber. She says she fell down in her house and a cucumber just happened to be on the spot she fell and it “simply slipped inside her”. “It was just an accident.” The story was reported on Thai TV by two perfectly straight-faced reporters. They reported that the hospital staff didn’t believe her story but helped rescue the cucumber and relieve the woman of her apparently unplanned discomfort. The woman is from Bangkok and the name of the hospital wasn’t disclosed. You can bet that there will be a few unauthorised pics and videos going around the Thai internet today. The story was also reported in Singapore Uncensored so it must be true. We don’t have any current reports about what happened to the cucumber. https://thethaiger.com/news/bangkok/bangkok-woman-hospitalised-after-she-falls-over-and-a-cucumber-ended-up-inside-her
  4. Do I have to change my underwear? Will it get me far?
  5. TMI: Nearly half of Americans don’t change underwear daily, new survey says By Theresa Braine | New York Daily News | Aug 15, 2019 | 7:52 PM These skivvies are skeevy. Nearly half of Americans have worn the same pair of underwear for two or more days, according to a survey by apparel maker Tommy John. Out of 1,000 people responding to an informal poll conducted by the underwear maker, 45% admitted they had worn the same pair of undies for two or more days, with 13% saying they had worn the same pair for a week or more, Tommy John said. “Conventional wisdom — and basic common sense — tells us that we should change our underwear every day, or at least wash them after every wear,” Tommy John said in its statement announcing the results. “But how many people actually follow this golden rule? After surveying 1,000 Americans, we found that this basic standard of underwear hygiene is definitely not universal.” In a finding that did not surprise the company, Tommy John said men were 2.5 times as likely as women to wear unwashed underwear for a week or more. That’s 20% of men versus 8% of women. Though perhaps not aesthetically pleasing, going a day or two with the same pair is not a health deal breaker, NYU microbiology and pathology professor Philip Tierno told Huffington Post last year. But he advised against wearing the same skivvies consecutively for longer than that. The Tommy John survey also covered underwear replacement and found that 46% of respondents don’t follow the pervasive wisdom that recommends swapping out old for new every six months to a year. Not only that, but 38% of respondents did not know how long they’d had their underwear. Men and women scored equally on this one, Tommy John said. Even that is not carved in stone, Tierno said. “As long as they function properly and you wash them and the elastic is fine, and they fit fine, there’s no holes or fabric erosion, you can use them,” Tierno told HuffPo last year. “There’s no end period, except when it’s mechanically dysfunctional.” Overall, because underwear sits next to skin containing E. coli despite our best efforts, and because washing it never kills all that bacteria, there is always going to be something there. “We are bathed, as a society, in feces,” Tierno said. “But it’s normal, and it doesn’t hurt you.” http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/ny-change-underwear-tommyjohn-survey-20190815-2jmi33jahvbi3eytrtpfydzxqm-story.html
  6. I feel bad for the passengers... They didn't get their complimentary peanuts.
  7. Drunk flight attendant busted after passing out for entire trip By Amanda Woods | August 9, 2019 | 10:42am | Updated Flight attendant Julianne March A boozed-up flight attendant was busted in Indiana after passengers saw her stumbling all over the cabin — and then passing out in her seat for the entire flight, according to new reports. Julianne March, 49, of Waukesha, Wis., was charged Thursday by St. Joseph’s County prosecutors in connection with an Aug. 2 incident on a flight from Chicago to South Bend, the South Bend Tribune reported. Passengers on the morning flight quickly realized that something was not right with March, who was part of an Air Wisconsin crew working a United Express flight, according to the report. “Hey @united, our flight attendant appears to be quite drunk on this [flight] from from [sic] ORD to SBN,” passenger Aaron Scherb tweeted. “She is slurring her speech (she couldn’t make it through the security announcement), couldn’t walk straight/was bumping into everyone in the aisle, and kept dropping things.” March fell asleep in the jump seat after takeoff, and passengers even had to fasten her seat belt, Scherb told the local outlet. Another passenger, who only gave his name as Dan, told ABC News that even the pilot wasn’t able to get in touch with March. He said the “whole plane … noticed something was wrong” and that the attendant’s phone rang “multiple times without her answering” it. “[That] to me was the most concerning part because the pilot wasn’t able to communicate with the lone flight attendant and took off anyway,” he said. Local police boarded the plane as soon as it landed in South Bend, according to the report. When officers asked a crying March which city she was in, she said Chicago, according to a criminal complaint obtained by the outlet. Julianne March Her blood-alcohol level was 0.204 — five times the legal limit for flight attendants, the outlet reported. On her way to the St. Joseph County Jail, she told an officer she had two vodka “shooters” before arriving to work that morning, according to the Tribune. Air Wisconsin told the Tribune in a statement that “the flight attendant was detained by authorities after a report of possible impairment.” “We are investigating the situation and fully cooperating with the local authorities,” the regional airline said. March was a probationary flight attendant who was only working a few months and was fired because she didn’t complete the probationary time period, a source told ABC News. “We expect our regional carriers to take appropriate action as required when issues like these happen with their employees,” a United Airlines spokesperson told the network. “Legally and with regards to regulatory agencies this is an Air Wisconsin issue.” March was charged with criminal public intoxication, a misdemeanor, according to the reports. She was released on her own recognizance, and an initial hearing is scheduled for Aug. 29. https://nypost.com/2019/08/09/drunk-flight-attendant-busted-after-passing-out-for-the-entire-flight/
  8. OMG! Time to buy that expensive tea set from Amazon UK which I had eyed for a long time!
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