SpaceX Launched First All-Civilian Orbit Crew Into Space

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SpaceX launched its first all-civilian orbit crew launched into space on Wednesday. Billionaire businessman Jared Isaacman funded the ride for an undisclosed amount and through a fundraising campaign for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and a national competition, filled the other three seats. Chris Sembroski, Sian Proctor, and Hayley Arceneaux …

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Taco Bell Testing Monthly Subscription

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Taco Bell is testing a monthly taco subscription service. The fast-food restaurant is testing out the new application in twenty restaurants in Tuscon, Arizona, until November 24, 2021. The Taco Lovers Pass will cost between $5.00 and $10.00 per month. Subscribers will receive one taco a day for thirty days. …

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Food Delivery Services Sue NYC Over Restaurant Fee Caps

Three food delivery companies sued New York City on Thursday over restaurant fee caps. DoorDash, GrubHub, and Uber Eats say that the city’s limit on the amount they can charge restaurants is unconstitutional, has cost them a lot of money, and forces them to past cost to consumers. The three …

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The Funniest And Most Relatable Tweets Of The Day

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There is no place like Twitter. Just swipe to laugh. That’s all. That’s the message. i love telling people “it’s cool” whole time ima cut them out my life completely — cassandra (@cassgarzaaa) September 8, 2021 one thing about me , ima watch my surroundings 😭 — prettycharity🦋 . (@charidddy_bruhh) …

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Google Releases New Trailer For Upcoming Pixel 6 Device

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Google just dropped a trailer for its new Pixel 6 device. The device is expected to be released this fall. In the newly released trailer, the tech company asks consumers, “What if your phone saw you for who you are?” The phone comes in a variety of colors and features …

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Funny and Relatable Tweets

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Everyone is stressed right now. We’re all wondering when the pandemic will end, why the rent is so high, and why government officials are lying to us all the time. Let’s take a break and laugh. Swipe to see the funniest and most relatable tweets of the week. Worst thing …

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Vermont U.S. Attorney’s Office Investigating Three Troopers For Making Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards

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The United States Attorney’s Office in Vermont and the FBI are investigating three troopers for creating fraudulent vaccination cards. The Director of the Vermont State Police, Colonel Matthew T. Birmingham, issued a statement expressing his disappointment and embarrassment. “I could not be more upset and disappointed,” the Director said. “The …

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Terrell Owens Wants to Knock Out Donovan McNabb

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Former Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens is reigniting his feud with his former teammate, Donovan McNabb. “I’d knock chunky soup from him,” Owens said while talking to Shannon Sharpe on the Club Shay Shay podcast. The two were discussing celebrity boxing, and with no hesitation, Owens shared he’d take on …

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Texas Governor Bans 24-Hour and Drive-Thru Voting

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Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed legislation on Wednesday to block 24-hour and drive-thru voting. The measure also makes it difficult for voters to mail in their ballots. “The common-sense reforms in this legislation strengthen our trust in the electoral process, from voter registration through the final tallying of ballots. …

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