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Monkey-picked coconut boycott is spreading

Monkey-picked coconut boycott is spreading Western dealers ban Thai coconut products following report by animal rights group A trained macaque picks coconuts from a tree in Chumphon Province. An adult macaque can collect between 900 and 1,000 coconuts a day, compared to about 80 for a human picker. (Bangkok Post File Photo). Major Western retailers have begun to withdraw Thai …

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$ 10,000 in fireworks stolen from Portland collection booths

An estimated $ 10,000 fireworks were stolen from a North Portland collection booth overnight Friday. They stole from a Peninsula Optimist Club fundraiser located at Fred Meyer on North Lombard Street, police said Saturday. When volunteers showed up Saturday morning, they found the lock on the container that the fireworks were damaged and the fireworks were missing. Money from the …

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Rocket Lab: New Zealand mission lost in flight

Image copyright Rocket Lab caption The electron mission was lost late on the ascent from the Mahia Peninsula The US launch company that flies its rockets from New Zealand has lost its most recent mission. Rocket Lab said its electronic vehicle failed late in the ascent from the Mahia Peninsula on North Island. All satellite payloads are believed to have …

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Corvette is the most crossed car of SRT chargers, Challenger buyers

There are five muscle cars in the United States: the Dodge Challenger, the four-door Dodge Charger, the Chevrolet Camaro, the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Corvette. Before you thank us for saying such a fake, remember that the list above was according to Tim Kuniskis, manager of FCA Passenger Cars. In an exclusive interview with Muscle trucks and trucks, Kuniskis …

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2 Fort Lauderdale companies found compatible last weekend that did not this time

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Last Friday, two Las Olas Boulevard facilities approved code compliance, but this week they did not make the cut. A total of 5 facilities were fined and closed this Friday after being found incompatible by the City of Fort Lauderdale’s Community Improvement and Compliance Department. The Compliance Department continues its “unplanned compliance check” of companies throughout …

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Democratic senator will introduce legislation requiring social distance on flights after flying on a packed plane

Its. Jeff MerkleyJeffrey (Jeff) Alan MerkleyQAnon gains profits, creates GOP problem Democratic senator will introduce legislation requiring social distance on flights after moving on the packed plane. (D-Ore.) Announced Friday that it intends to introduce a bill banning the sale of mid-seat tickets on flights as long as the coronavirus pandemic affects the United States Merkley first tore into American …

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Jim Steyer: The Man Who Wore Mark Zuckerberg | Technology

Wwith more than two billion users, Facebook is bigger than Christianity, says Stanford law professor Jim Steyer. “Their ability to reinforce hate speech or white supremacy or racist messages is so extraordinary because of the scale of the platform.” It is a typically bold statement from the man who set up the Stop Hate for Profit (SHFP) campaign that encourages …

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Bellagio errors may be the biggest sportsbook loss for Vegas

Article LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JUNE 04: The Bellagio fountains are launched for the first time since the resort was closed on March 17 due to the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19) on June 4, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The fountains went off twice twice just before t LAS VEGAS – The nearly quarter-million dollars in winning bets that were reportedly …

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