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McNugget fight at Indianapolis McDonald's called 'shocking' by woman who caught it on video
Dwight Adams, dwight.adams@indystar.com Published 9:07 p.m. ET Nov. 10, 2017 | Updated 12:39 p.m. ET Nov. 11, 2017

What is it about "Chicken" Mcnuggets that brings out the very worst in McDonald's customers?

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McNugget fight at Indianapolis McDonald's called 'shocking' by woman who caught it on video
Dwight Adams, dwight.adams@indystar.com Published 9:07 p.m. ET Nov. 10, 2017 | Updated 12:39 p.m. ET Nov. 11, 2017

What is it about "Chicken" Mcnuggets that brings out the very worst in McDonald's customers?

Remember this from the Greatest Hits collection?

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/3TQa1DVpKgM" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/3TQa1DVpKgM</a>

They must contain meth.

Why did the McNugget cross the road?

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https://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2017/11/10/women-wanted-their-mclimbed-through-mcdonalds-drive-thru-window-attacked-manager-over-chicken-disput/854350001/

McNugget fight at Indianapolis McDonald's called 'shocking' by woman who caught it on video
Dwight Adams, dwight.adams@indystar.com Published 9:07 p.m. ET Nov. 10, 2017 | Updated 12:39 p.m. ET Nov. 11, 2017

What is it about "Chicken" Mcnuggets that brings out the very worst in McDonald's customers?

Remember this from the Greatest Hits collection?

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/3TQa1DVpKgM" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/3TQa1DVpKgM</a>

They must contain meth.

Why did the McNugget cross the road?

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World's first human head transplant a success, controversial scientist claims
« Reply #693 on: November 18, 2017, 05:42:21 AM »
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/11/17/worlds-first-human-head-transplant-successfully-carried/

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World's first human head transplant a success, controversial scientist claims


Italian surgeon Sergio Canavero said a team had 'realised the first human head transplant' Credit: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty

    Sarah Knapton, Science Editor, in Vienna

17 November 2017 • 1:05pm

The world's first human head transplant has allegedly been performed on a corpse in an 18 hour operation which successfully connected the spine, nerves and blood vessels of two people.

The operation was carried out by a team led by Dr Xiaoping Ren of Harbin Medical University, China, who last year successfully grafted a head onto the body of a monkey.

Italian Professor Sergio Canavero, Director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, who has been working with the team, said they would 'imminently' move onto a living human who was paralysed from the neck down.

He told The Telegraph that electrical stimulation of the nerves proved the operation on the corpse had been successful, and that the two people had been completely attached...
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How a homeless man’s selfless act changed his life
« Reply #694 on: November 23, 2017, 06:41:04 AM »
https://nypost.com/2017/11/22/how-a-homeless-mans-selfless-act-changed-his-life/

How a homeless man’s selfless act changed his life

By Priscilla DeGregory and Danika Fears

November 22, 2017 | 5:06pm | Updated
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A homeless man used the last $20 in his pocket to buy gas for a stranded motorist because he feared for her safety — and what she did next changed his life.

Kate McClure, 27, and her boyfriend, Mark D’Amico, 38, made it their mission to get ex-Marine and firefighter Johnny Bobbit Jr. back on his feet with a fundraising campaign that has raised more than $65,000.

Bobbit came to McClure’s aid last month, when she ran out of gas on I-95 at night while driving to meet a pal in Philadelphia.

As she walked toward the nearest gas station, he told her to get back in her car and lock the doors.

Bobbit then spent his last $20 to buy her gas so she would get home safe.

“He came back and I was almost in shock,” McClure told The Post.

Bobbit asked for nothing in return — but McClure and her boyfriend stopped by his spot several times in recent weeks, repaying him for the gas money and dropping off clothes.

“We went to Target and got him a big backpack filled with stuff, and he opened the granola bars and offered us one,” she said. “We are like, ‘We just got this for you.’ He’s extremely generous.”

Touched by his selflessness, they started the fundraising campaign for Bobbit with a goal of $10,000 — enough to cover “first and last month’s rent at an apartment, a reliable vehicle, and 4 to 6 months worth of expenses.”

They had no idea it would climb toward $70,000.

“This is nuts,” McClure said of the money they’ve raised through GoFundMe. “It has changed my entire outlook about people, my outlook about people has skyrocketed. It’s the best Thanksgiving that I’ve ever had.”

Bobbit is in “shock,” the couple said.

“We spoke to him yesterday, and it was around $17,000,” D’Amico said. “He kept saying I don’t want to waste this chance.

“We went from a room for four to six months, and now we are looking at apartments for the year,” D’Amico said.

And to their amazement, the money keeps pouring in for the 34-year-old Bobbit, a Marine Corps vet from North Carolina who also worked as a firefighter and paramedic before he fell on hard times.

“It’s like a $100 dollars a minute in the last half hour,” he said. “We got two separate $2000 donations. ”

“Some lady offered to pay his rent for a year,” D’Amico added.

The couple hopes Bobbit will join them for Thanksgiving dinner at McClure’s mom’s home.

“We are going to pick him up. Take him shopping,” D’Amico said.

Bobbit, who hails from North Carolina, has been homeless for a year and half, and began living under a bridge after he was robbed in a shelter.

“He came back from his service in the marines and for some reason it didn’t work out with his wife and it hit him hard,” D’Amico said. “He left North Carolina and started traveling around the United States.”

Bobbit wants to work at Amazon — and a recruiter from the tech giant has already reached out, saying she wants to help him get a spot.

“He’s a genuinely good guy so I think he deserves everything that’s coming to him,” McClure said.
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How to survive Thanksgiving in one piece
« Reply #695 on: November 23, 2017, 06:50:13 AM »
http://grist.org/briefly/how-to-survive-thanksgiving-in-one-piece/


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How to survive Thanksgiving in one piece.

While Thanksgiving can be delightful and delicious, it can also be stressful and overwhelming. Never fear! We’ve got you covered with some sage holiday tips from Grist advice columnist (and Thanksgiving expert) Umbra Fisk.

    Celebrate Buy Nothing Day, the alternative to Black Friday. The day after Thanksgiving is the second most shopping-intensive day of the year. You’ll save money and time if you spend Nov. 24 with your loved ones instead.

    Cook your turkey worry-free. We’ve got some good news for you: Plastic oven roasting bags for turkeys are generally BPA-free, phthalate-free, and approved by the FDA. Roast away, good sirs and madams!

    Defuse family tensions with fun facts! Thanksgiving can dredge up some ill feelings, particularly betwixt family members who disagree. If you know engaging in political discussion at the dinner table will result in chaos, offer this factoid instead: In 2013, the Daily Mail advised its readers to cook their turkeys in the dishwasher.

That concludes our tips for surviving Thanksgiving. (Unless you’re a turkey, in which case your odds of making it through the day are pretty low.)

Bon appetit!
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Re: How a homeless man’s selfless act changed his life
« Reply #696 on: November 23, 2017, 06:57:46 AM »
https://nypost.com/2017/11/22/how-a-homeless-mans-selfless-act-changed-his-life/

How a homeless man’s selfless act changed his life

What a wonderful story... A genuine miracle.
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Heartwarming behavior is sine qua non to our survival as a species
« Reply #697 on: November 23, 2017, 01:59:31 PM »
https://nypost.com/2017/11/22/how-a-homeless-mans-selfless-act-changed-his-life/

How a homeless man’s selfless act changed his life

What a wonderful story... A genuine miracle.



This is an example of a human that acted on principle, NOT on Maslow's hierarchy of selfish (SEE: Social Darwinsm) needs. The reason people like you and I find this sort of news heartwarming is because we understand, at a moral level, that this sort of behavior has merit that selfish, empathy deficit behavior does not.

The mockers are quick to claim we would all go broke if we behaved that way. That's hyperbole and a deliberate distortion of principled behavior to make it look like "irresponsible" behavior. The 'greed is good' crowd have been at that mendacious game since humans began to live in communities. Their mendacious claim, cleverly disguised as "prudent" advice, is, though they don't know it, Orwellian.

The fact is that achieving a society based on altruistic behavior is the only way that humanity will survive. This is the exact opposite of what the Social Darwinist Religionists believe.

Anybody with a lick of sense can see that human society is NOT getting better. Yet, most of those Social Darwinsits that point out the increasingly dangerous dysfunction of our society FLAT REFUSE to see the exact correlation between an increase in socially celebrated selfish behavior and the massive increase in social dysfunction.

I think I know why.

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/11/26/guns-were-black-friday-must-haves-going-by-the-fbis-record-203086-background-check-requests/?utm_term=.e32cb8756bb4

Guns were Black Friday must-haves, going by the FBI’s record 203,086 background-check requests
by Cleve R. Wootson Jr. November 26 at 4:30 PM


Ryan Salmon fires an assault rifle at the Lynchburg Arms & Indoor Shooting Range in Lynchburg, Va. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)

For decades, the term “Black Friday” has conjured up distinct images: turkey-stuffed consumers awake at insanely early hours of the morning, bursting into big-box stores to fight over flat-screen TVs.

But in a muzzle flash, it seems, a new image may be replacing that stereotype. It involves a trigger and, possibly, a scope.

On Friday, the FBI received 203,086 requests for instant gun background checks, according to USA Today — nearly a 10 percent increase from the year before and a new record for background checks in a single day.

That’s not an anomaly. According to the FBI, the previous two records for background checks were also set on the day after the federal holiday in which Americans give thanks for the year’s blessings.

The FBI didn’t provide any analysis behind the spike, but the biggest shopping day of the year may come at a moment of worry for people who fear someone from the government may knock on their door someday and confiscate their guns.

On Wednesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed the FBI and ATF to look at potential problems in the National Instant Criminal Background Check system (NICS).

Sessions wants the agencies to fix problems with how the military and other federal entities report convictions that could keep someone from having a gun.

[ ‘I can’t do this again’: Why a congressman walked out of moment of silence for Texas victims ]

The database “is critically important to protecting the American public from firearms related violence,” Sessions wrote in his memo. “It is, however, only as reliable and robust as the information that federal, state, local and tribal government entities make available to it.”

The directive comes after the Air Force conceded it had never submitted the domestic-abuse conviction of Devin P. Kelley to the NICS database. Kelley purchased a Ruger AR-556 rifle with a 30-round magazine and used it to mow down a church full of parishioners in Sutherland Springs, Tex., earlier this month. It was the largest mass shooting in Texas history.

And a month before that, a man using a “bump stock” to make his rifles fire at a much faster rate killed 58 people and injured hundreds more in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas sheriff said Stephen Paddock fired more than 1,100 rounds, according to the Associated Press. Investigators found 4,000 unused rounds in his hotel suite.

[ What it’s like to hear a shooting spree unfold two floors above your hotel room ]

Gun-safety advocates routinely push for greater restrictions on gun purchases after such shootings.

“As my colleagues go to sleep tonight, they need to think about whether the political support of the gun industry is worth the blood that flows endlessly onto the floors of American churches, elementary schools, movie theaters and city streets,” Sen. Chris Murphy, a Democrat from Connecticut, said after the Texas shooting.

And gun-rights advocates routinely take equally strong stances on the other side of the issue.

After the Newtown, Conn., shooting that left six educators and 20 children dead, the National Rifle Association described then-President Barack Obama’s gun-violence-reduction proposals as an effort to ban millions of guns.

“The main goal of the gun banners in Congress is not to make schools safer, but to ban your guns and abolish every last sacred right you have under the Second Amendment . . . until they reduce your freedom to ashes,” the NRA said in an alert.

But consumers with strong opinions on guns don’t have to wait for the debate to play out. They can just take their wallets to gun stores — and routinely after mass shootings, they do.

As The Washington Post’s Sari Horwitz and Peter Finn reported, the United States experienced “a record run on military-style assault weapons” in 2013, especially in the months after the Newtown shootings.

But this year, one mass shooting was different. Even the NRA said there should be additional regulations on devices like Paddock’s bump stocks.  Investigators should “identify any additional measures that should be taken to prevent firearms from being obtained by prohibited persons” the association’s memo says.

Meanwhile, it appears the FBI will have to figure out how to deal with the onslaught of background checks.

According to USA Today, the agency has “struggled to keep pace with the volume of firearm transactions and still properly maintain the databases of criminal and mental health records necessary to determine whether buyers are eligible to purchase guns.”

Last year, when it processed some 27.5 million background checks, it had to bring in personnel from other units.
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US-based brewing company is all set to make beer on Mars
« Reply #699 on: November 27, 2017, 02:48:39 AM »
http://www.firstpost.com/tech/news-analysis/us-based-brewing-company-is-all-set-to-make-beer-on-mars-4229099.html

US-based brewing company is all set to make beer on Mars
News-analysis IANS Nov, 27 2017 07:25:43 IST


Imagine how it would be if you can enjoy a chilled beer on Mars? US-based brewing company Anheuser-Busch is all set to make "Budweiser" the first brand of beer on the Red Planet.

Budweiser is upholding its commitment, announced earlier this year at an event South by Southwest that "it would create a beer suitable for drinking in space... and when people get there they will toast on Budweiser...", the company said in a statement this week.
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"Budweiser is always pushing the boundaries of innovation and we are inspired by the collective American Dream to get to Mars," said Ricardo Marques, vice president, Budweiser.

"We are excited to begin our research to brew beer for the red planet," Marques added.

The company also plans to send 20 barley seeds — a core ingredient in Budweiser's recipe — into space.

Twenty Budweiser barley seeds will be sent to the International Space Station (ISS), packaged in two Space Tango CubeLabs — shoebox-sized facilities that host small-scale experiments.

They will be sent to space on the upcoming cargo supply mission SpaceX's CRS-13 scheduled to be launched on 4 December from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.

The seeds will be in orbit for approximately 30 days to see how they react in a microgravity environment, before being brought back to earth for Budweiser's innovation team to analyse.

The two barley experiments will focus on barley seed exposure and barley germination.

Not only will the research offer insights on steps to creating beer on the red planet, but it could also provide valuable information on the production of barley and the larger agricultural community here on earth.

These experiments on the ISS are the first of many steps Budweiser will take to reach its larger goal of creating a microgravity beer for Mars, the statement said.

Published Date: Nov 27, 2017 07:25 am | Updated Date: Nov 27, 2017 07:25 am
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Viagra can be sold over the counter
« Reply #700 on: November 28, 2017, 11:59:39 AM »
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By Michelle Roberts Health editor, BBC News online

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Men will no longer require a prescription to obtain the impotence drug Viagra and will instead be able to buy it over the counter at pharmacies.

The decision by the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency follows a public consultation.

It will be up to pharmacists to judge whether men over the age of 18 can safely be sold the little blue pills.

Manufacturer Pfizer hopes to get stocks of Viagra Connect (sildenafil 50mg) into UK pharmacies by spring 2018.

Experts say making the medication more widely available will help men who might not feel able to visit their GP about impotence.

The MHRA hopes it will stop some men buying unregulated medicines from websites operating illegally.

Mick Foy, MHRA's group manager in vigilance and risk management of medicines, said: "This decision is good news for men's health.

"Erectile dysfunction can be a debilitating condition, so it's important men feel they have fast access to quality and legitimate care, and do not feel they need to turn to counterfeit online supplies which could have potentially serious side-effects."

Pharmacists will decide whether treatment is appropriate and can offer advice on erectile dysfunction, usage of the medicine, potential side-effects and whether further consultation with a general practitioner is required.

Viagra Connect will not be sold to:

    those with severe heart disease or at high risk of cadiovascular disease
    those with liver failure
    those with severe kidney failure
    men taking certain medicines that could cause a bad reaction when combined with Viagra

Men who are sold it will be advised that they can take a 50 mg tablet an hour before having sex, but should not use more than one pill a day.

Sildenafil is already available on NHS prescription free of charge.
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Most men occasionally fail to get or keep an erection.

This is usually due to factors such as stress, tiredness, anxiety or drinking too much alcohol, says NHS Choices.
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Men should see their GP or go to a sexual health clinic if erection problems keep happening because it can be a sign of an underlying health condition, it advises.

The MHRA received 47 responses to its consultation, with 33 in support of making viagra available off prescription and one 'unsure'.

The 13 that did not support the proposal included eight pharmacists. Some were concerned that customers might withhold medical information from staff in order to get the treatment. Risk of abuse or misuse of the drugs was another worry.

In reaching its decision the MHRA judged that the benefits of permitting Viagra to be sold without a prescription would outweigh potential risks.

Denise Knowles, psychosexual therapist and counsellor at Relate, warned that taking a pill was not a sticking plaster for relationship problems.

"Many of the people I have spoken with have a misconception that it will give them a stronger erection or add to their desire. But it's not there to enhance prowess.

"It's not a magic pill that will cure problems in a relationship."
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« Reply #701 on: November 28, 2017, 01:01:57 PM »
Some of us don’t need Viagra.  We need a drug that reflects reality not fantasy.  An anti-viagra, a nosexatall pill.  If Viagra enhances the sexual experience we need something that enhances the not having sex experience.

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« Reply #702 on: November 28, 2017, 02:12:14 PM »
Cialis might go OTC here in 2018 when the patent expires. Not sure about Viagra.

As ED drugs go, it's similar, but superior to Viagra imho. I don't suffer from ED as a general rule, but I've abused both drugs once or twice recreationally, just to see what all the hoopla was about. My only complaint was one unpleasant side effect, which was a bit of gastric reflux (both drugs caused it), which I don't have ordinarily. Other than that they are pre-dick-tably successful, as far as that goes.

I'm not into Viagra or anti-Viagra, but I agree with you completely on getting back to reality based sex. Too much porn and not enough touch these days, by and large. ED isn't all physical, and drugs are a poor substitute for real desire and imagination (and caring).

Our society is really screwed up about sex, just like it's screwed up about most other things (so I guess that's no surprise, either.)

I was just thinking this morning that sex could be so much better than it is if we could just figure out exactly what we want out of the experience and work toward making that happen, as opposed to stumbling along, working from bad scripts we picked up from questionable sources.
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« Reply #703 on: November 28, 2017, 02:42:18 PM »
I remember years ago reading those novels Anne Rice wrote under some pseudonym, the really racy ones about BDSM and dominance and submission. It was a great turn-on, but in real life we just don't seem to put the kind of energy into sexual liaisons that those characters did. I know I don't. I'm lazy and self-centered.

Who wants to work at making sex fun for somebody else? It's always about me-me-me, and not about what might make somebody else's experience really mind-blowing. Most of us barely scratch the surface, when we could be having sexual experiences that raise our Kundalini and take us to a completely different dimension....maybe lead us to some kind of real enlightenment. It's sad.

Such things are often written about, but damn few people (including people who do make an effort) can pull it off.
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« Reply #704 on: November 28, 2017, 03:43:33 PM »
I remember years ago reading those novels Anne Rice wrote under some pseudonym, the really racy ones about BDSM and dominance and submission. It was a great turn-on, but in real life we just don't seem to put the kind of energy into sexual liaisons that those characters did. I know I don't. I'm lazy and self-centered.

Who wants to work at making sex fun for somebody else? It's always about me-me-me, and not about what might make somebody else's experience really mind-blowing. Most of us barely scratch the surface, when we could be having sexual experiences that raise our Kundalini and take us to a completely different dimension....maybe lead us to some kind of real enlightenment. It's sad.

Such things are often written about, but damn few people (including people who do make an effort) can pull it off.

As a highly experienced lifetime participant in the sex experience (20% Virgin, 30% Satyr, 30% Serial Monogamist, 20% Monast to date), IMHO the Sex Experience is Highly Over-Rated and definitely not worth the cost of these drugs unless you can buy them really cheap at Mexican Pharmacies right across the border.  Even then, unless you have a really HOT TICKET to stick the wick into, I doubt I would spend the money on them to fund Big Pharma.  I got no issues getting an erection, all I need to do there is close my eyes and imagine Nikki Whalen is next to me in bed.


On the other hand, if there is a drug available that will make pissing somewhat easier and less painful, I would spend taxpayer money for that.

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