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Posts published in January 2020

Hong Kong Disneyland Euthanizes Sneezing Mickey Mascot

HONG KONG — “We couldn’t take any chances,” lamented James Lee, a spokesman for the theme park, when it was announced earlier this week that the beloved Disney mascot had to be put down as to prevent the Wuhan virus from spreading throughout Hong Kong. Also known as the Coronavirus, the illness has already spread from the mainland as countries scramble to stem the wave of infections.

Want to Get Ahead at the Office? Try Microdosing PCP

OAKLAND, CA – American workers are increasingly receptive to microdosing at work to increase creativity and productivity, but what happens when everyone has the same advantage to get ahead? Some professionals are turning to Angel Dust, also known as phencyclidine or PCP, to get that “get-up-and-go” energy to start their day, and the next few days, with a bang.

New TikTok Security Flaw Allows Users to View How They Die

LOS ANGELES — According to research by a leading cybersecurity firm, a serious vulnerability has allowed some users of the social media network TikTok to view their own deaths at indeterminate points in the future. Security experts have warned users to limit their time on the app, although ByteDance, TikTok’s Chinese parent company, has assured users that these ominous videos have nether compromised their account nor sealed their eternal fates.… Read more

Blood Bank Repossesses Woman’s Blood after She Fails to Repay Transfusion

NEWTOWN, OH — A local woman is in dire straits again five months after surviving a near-fatal car accident because the blood she received from her local blood bank has been repossessed for nonpayment.

Maria Chavez, 34, a local bricklayer, was involved in a head-on collision in September and required nearly three units of hemoglobin, offered by Cleveland Blood Bank & Trust, to save her.… Read more

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