Archive for June, 2020
Bronze Star veteran Ryan McMullen served in Afghanistan, but didn't get hurt until protesting in Columbus - News - The Columbus Dispatch - Columbus, OH
Ryan McMullen served with U.S. special forces in Afghanistan, where he was awarded the Bronze Star. But the first time he got shot didn't come until he returned to the streets of his hometown, where he was hit with six wooden bullets during protests in Columbus.From the start of the protests until Friday, McMullen was pepper-sprayed, struck with tear gas canisters that ricocheted off the ground, run into with a bike ridden by a police officer and hit with the big wooden pellets on two separate
The pandemic’s epicenter is shifting, and Trump still refuses to act responsibly; Republican governors need to decide if they will.
Without fixes for infrastructure, education, health care and government, the U.S. will resemble a developing nation in a few decades.
A woman who was not wearing a mask griped on Facebook about the barista, who had tried to explain company policy. Her post unexpectedly led to an outpouring of money for the worker.
Orange County Democrats condemn 'racist' comments by John Wayne, call for airport to drop his name - Los Angeles Times
The Democratic Party of Orange County officials passed an emergency resolution condemning film legend John Wayne’s “racist and bigoted statements” and calling for an airport name change.
One of the country’s most respected mainstream newspapers outed and shamed a private citizen for past offensive behavior. It feels like a new frontier in cancel culture. But did anyone even want this?
Say what you will about the monarch that controls the Kingdom of Burger, but he’s no fool. That’s why the Monarch of Meat announced a campaign that takes advantage of some sloppy sign recognition in the Tesla Autopilot’s Traffic Light and Stop Sign control, specifically in instances where the Tesla confuses a Burger King sign for a stop sign (maybe a “traffic control” sign?) and proceeds to stop the car, leaving the occupants of the car in a great position to consume some Whoppers.
He also created the famous poster of Bob Dylan with psychedelic hair, was a co-founder of New York magazine and produced designs for everything from supermarkets to restaurants to âMad Men.â
Contrary to what some experts predicted, COVID-19 infection rates actually decreased in places that experienced BLM protestsâeven when those protests had particularly large showings of people.
A partner at software company Basecamp is selling his cool Wicker Park home. It's listed at $1.75 million. Take a photo tour.
“I was getting ready to put my hands behind my back,” Smith said in the video. “He forcibly picked me up.”
An annual unofficial boating party on Lake St. Claire in Michigan is still going on, despite signs the previously improving state is facing a potential uptick in COVID-19 cases. It seems for the first time in decades, STIs and sunburn aren’t the biggest health threats to the average Jobbie Nooner partier.