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A Waffle House waitress who worked a double shift while looking after her baby says she received a $1,000 tip from a country music star who was impressed by her work ethic
The music star told her that some people were unwilling to work hard, the waitress said in an interview with Fox 8 News.
- LifestyleChicago Tribune
After decades of invisibility, asexuals are speaking up and gaining ground: ‘I don’t need to be fixed because I’m not broken.’
CHICAGO — Looking back, Allison McCorkle can laugh at all the signs she missed: There was that time in sixth grade when the cool boy her friends were swooning over called to ask her out. Not only was McCorkle uninterested, but she was also puzzled as to why anyone would feel otherwise. “We’re too young to be doing that,” she told her flustered suitor. A few years later, when McCorkle’s best ...
A Canadian diver who scored a 0 with a feet-first flop with the finals on the line said she wasn't going to give up
Pamela Ware scored a zero at the Olympics with a failed dive, but she chalked it up to a bad mistake at the worst time.
"If you see this post scrolling by with her ... just say to yourself 'I love you LAUREN' because they say that souls can feel your love," wrote her mom Turquoise Miami
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- ScienceBaltimore Sun
What is the difference between doubt and distrust? Doubt can be overcome by evidence. Distrust cannot. According to a recent Washington Post poll, refusal to get the COVID-19 vaccine has now become completely politicized in the USA. Among Democrats, 93% report that they’ve already gotten at least one shot or are likely to, compared with only 49% of Republicans. Why so much refusal to vaccinate ...
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As soon as it became clear last week that a Texas congressional candidate backed by Donald Trump would be defeated in a special election, the former president's allies quickly shifted their attention to Ohio to ward off another embarrassing loss.