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  1. K/DA, an augmented reality K-Pop group composed of stylized video game characters, has held the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts for the past two weeks.
  2. The world’s largest company by revenue is getting serious about drones. Today, Walmart said it would launch a drone delivery pilot in Bentonville, AR, with unicorn Zipline. Last week, Walmart announced a similar pilot program in Fayetteville, NC, using cloud-connected quadcopters from Israeli startup Flytrex. A Grand Forks, ND, Walmart supercenter is already delivering food packs with Flytrex drones. Back to Bentonville...then to Africa Bentonville = Walmart HQ. The flights in Walmart’s backyard are slated to begin early next year, with deliveries of “select health and wel
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    Morris and his wife Esther went to the state fair every year, and every year Morris would say, "Esther, I'd like to ride in that helicopter". Esther always replied, "I know Morris, but that helicopter ride is 50 dollars and 50 dollars is 50 dollars". One year Esther and Morris went to the fair, and Morris said, "Esther, I'm 85 years old. If I don't ride that helicopter, I might never get another chance." Esther replied, "Morris that helicopter is 50 dollars and 50 dollars is 50 dollars". The pilot overheard the couple and said,
  4. "The quarantine gave me a chance to think a lot about things, what I want to accomplish, what I want people to remember me by"—Tennis star Naomi Osaka after winning the U.S. Open. Osaka, the world's highest-paid female athlete, used her platform during the tournament to draw attention to the Black Lives Matter movement.
  5. "We have a good chance that we will know if the product works by the end of October"—Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla discussing his company's potential coronavirus vaccine. Bourla thinks regulators could approve the drug before 2021.
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  6. "Rockets are hard"—Elon Musk tweeting encouragement after a rocket launched by the startup Astra failed to reach orbit in Alaska Friday night. Astra, which also shrugged off the launch as "valuable experience," wants to eventually provide cheap, frequent trips for satellites.
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  7. "75 per cent are willing to pay for flights to nowhere"—The Straits Times describing Singapore Airlines's plan to launch "no-destination flights" to boost business. The flights would take three hours, cost hundreds of dollars, and not take you anywhere.
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  8. It lived in Asia, and had a vegetarian diet consisting of bamboo. It and orangutans share a common ancestor. Gigantopithecus blacki stood at 10-12 feet.
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    Riots break out in Malmo, a town in the south of the country, after far-Right activists burnt the Koran in street Around 300 protesters took to the streets tonight, with tyres being burnt and rocks being thrown at the police It comes after leader of Danish far-Right party Hard Line, was d
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    The protest in Berlin was even bigger sadly 38,000 in Berlin, 10,000 in London
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    This comes a mere months after having done this for 1M Together with inflation this will create big issues and big reactions from companies. All this because the ECB wants to stimulate the economy with negative interest rates. Where there is nothing to stimulate as everybody is thightning...
  9. How does mortality differ across countries? One of the most important ways to measure the burden of COVID-19 is mortality. Countries throughout the world have reported very different case fatality ratios – the number of deaths divided by the number of confirmed cases. Differences in mortality numbers can be caused by: Differences in the number of people tested: With more testing, more people with milder cases are identified. This lowers the case-fatality ratio. Demographics: For example, mortality tends to be higher in older populations. Characteristics of the healthcare
  10. For the twenty countries currently most affected by COVID-19 worldwide, the bars in the chart below show the number of deaths either per 100 confirmed cases (observed case-fatality ratio) or per 100,000 population (this represents a country’s general population, with both confirmed cases and healthy people). Countries at the top of this figure have the most deaths proportionally to their COVID-19 cases or population, not necessarily the most deaths overall.
  11. The original version was designed by Lizzie Magie to illustrate the pitfalls of monopolies, She was from a political party (Georgists) that was against monopolies and advocated a type of property tax to remedy them. She created the game to show how easily capitalism could be manipulated and ultimately concentrate wealth to one person. It was really good at showing that, but people loved the aspect of becoming wealthy and winning There was also a cooperative version, in which the players worked together to achieve certain goals. The purpose was to demonstrate that unregulated monopolies ru
  12. Monopoly's first creator is almost impossible to know because it was informally played by many people with their own boards and rules, until a lady patented it under "The Landlord's Game". But later on Parker Bros claimed it as their own and began suing anyone else who had any resemblance to the game, which everyone knew wasn't true. There were a few people who stood against them, but many gave in to the lawsuits and quit. Ultimately, if I remember correctly, the courts ruled that The Landlord's Game was the original, but Parkers had become a powerhouse at that point and dominated the competit
  13. The Trump administration will impose a fresh round of sanctions on 11 individuals, including Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam, as tensions between the United States and China accelerate. The Treasury Department designated Lam for her role in overseeing and “implementing Beijing’s policies of suppression of freedom and democratic processes.”
  14. And the quality of our modern letters leaves a lot to be desired. Did at&t basically shoot itself in the foot back in the 1970's?
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