Christy Mack suffered numerous injuries at the hands of the MMA fighter, who nearly beat her to death when he found her in bed with another man.
Minister of Agriculture suggested the move to Putin during a meeting last week as a way to increase overseas trade.
At first she couldn’t figure out why she was sick. For several weeks, she had suffered from stomach pains and had been losing weight, according to a police report reviewed by News Channel 5. She didn’t have much of an appetite, either, and had been having diarrhea. But those symptoms started to make a lot more sense when she saw her roommate’s Snapchat story, which allegedly revealed the roommate had been secretly filling her water bottles with water from the toilet, News Channel 5 reports. She reported the incident to Nashville, Tenn. police on Oct. 5, according to WKRN. And on Tuesday, Tierni Williams, the roommate, was charged with a felony - adulteration of food or liquid with bodily injury
A potential solution to watching Nebraska football this season may be upon us! Look at this bit of news from the university newspaper, the Daily Nebraska: Researchers from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have designed a smart bandage that can simultaneously dispense medication. Look at this explanation from a Nebraska news release that I missed from earlier in the month because I wasn’t paying attention: A microcontroller no larger than a postage stamp, which could be triggered by a smartphone or other wireless device, sends small amounts of voltage through a chosen fiber. That voltage heats the fiber and its hydrogel, releasing
Disgraced former talk-show host Bill O’Reilly tried to go after CNN’s Jake Tapper on Twitter on Wednesday.
Apple’s newest MacBooks apparently suffer from an unexpected problem, a keyboard issue that’s not easy to fix. Affected models include 2015 or later MacBook and 2016 or later MacBook Pro models. These laptops are thinner than ever, and Apple redesigned the mechanism under each key so that it could manufacture butterfly keyboards with an even slimmer profile. Incredibly, it turns out that simple particles of dust can render individual keys on these machines useless, and dislodging them to fix them isn’t as easy as it was on older MacBook models. Reports recently published in The Outline and 512pixels indicate that some users are experiencing serious issues with their keyboards. The Outline explains that replacing a faulty keyboard isn’t possible. Apple has to replace the top case, which has a $700 price tag if the MacBook Pro is out of warranty. Apparently, plenty of buyers are affected: It’s unclear how big of a problem butterfly switch keyboards are. Apple forums are overflowing with reports of Geniuses who have told customers that Apple is “collecting data” on the issue. One corporate issuer of the MacBook Pros in question reported to me that its business has encountered a significant number of keyboard issues, but “less than 5% for sure.” Another Genius explained to me that he had seen an overwhelming number of the computers with keyboard issues, the spacebar in particular - while some keys can be very delicately removed, the spacebar breaks every single time anyone, including a professional, tries to remove it. This is a big problem, since, according to the Genius I spoke to, it’s the key most susceptible to acting up from the aforementioned piece of dust. “I would say it’s THE issue on this computer,” he told me. (Apple declined to comment.) What further proves the new butterfly keyboards have a dust issue is this Apple support document that’s basically insane. If you need to have this guide on your site, it means a significant number of MacBook buyers experience keyboard issues, and it's not a problem that is going to go away: You need a particular set of skills to clean the keyboard by yourself and not drop the MacBook in the process. The best thing about it is holding the Mac at a 75-degree angle “so it’s not quite vertical,” before using compressed air to eliminate the dust. Even John Gruber, a diehard Apple fan and respected blogger, is upset about it. “I find these keyboards - specifically, the tales of woe about keys getting stuck or ceasing to work properly - a deeply worrisome sign about Apple’s priorities today,” he said, in a response to The Outline’s story. What’s worse about it is that we have a song for this issue created by Jonathan Mann, the same guy who mocked Apple’s "Antennagate" issue. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdS3tjEIqUA If you do experience any keyboard issues whatsoever with the new MacBook and MacBook Pros, better line up your Genius Bar appointment right away because fixing it yourself is a huge pain.
Corpus Christi ISD police are trying to identify a woman who is shown in a video attacking a student at a high school courtyard on Monday. The video shows the woman assaulting the student for about 15 seconds. Julie Piñon said her daughter and the woman’s daughter had fought one-on-one previously. “My daughter didn’t want to hit her because she didn’t want to disrespect her since she’s an older woman,” Piñon wrote in a Facebook post. The woman is seen hitting the student and grabbing her hair as she pulls her to the ground. The student sits on the ground covering her face. Warning: The following video contains profanity.
Oct 19, 2017
You might appear cool, calm and collected, but you cant prevent your thoughts from running around in circles now. Clear thinking often leads to sound decisions, but obsessively playing the same record...