Officials reminding folks what to toss after trash fire at Henderson Co. transfer station
A fire broke out at the Henderson County Transfer Station late Thursday night, May 16 at 191 Transfer Station Drive. The blaze was inside a semi-trailer that hauls the county’s garbage to a landfill in South Carolina. Fortunately, a Henderson County Solid Waste employee was in the right place at the right time. Tyler Martone was driving by the facility when he noticed the flames and notified appropriate county staff who then dialed 911.
Caught Misbehaving: Folks who break the rules of the Phoenix light rail
Folks often ignore the Light Rail signs that warn: "Do not cross the tracks!"
Mr. Robot Recap: And That's How You Break Into a Data Center, Folks
The latest episode of USA’s cyberpunk drama Mr. Robot continues to show realistic ways hackers can ruin people’s lives—or save them from diabolical corporations, depending on how you look at it. Learn more in our spoiler-filled recap.
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Modified Text of talk I gave at Ivy Plus Discovery Day at MIT. (Note that I tidied up this text while watching the DNC last night, so blame Pat Spearman, the Collins brothers, and Michelle Obama f…
Erica Mena Brags She & Safaree Look Younger Than Folks In Their 20’s, Twitter Reminded Her How...
These reality tv stars just love to make a fool out of themselves on social media. Case in point, Erica Mena (31) felt the need to brag about herself and her fiance and fur connoisseur Safaree (37)…
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What doesn't really matter: Trump tweeting two months in advance that he'll skip the White House Correspondents' Association dinner April 29. It's a fine night in a crammed room with episodic humor and celebrity sightings, with scholarships awarded to journalism students who have contagious enthusiasm and idealism. In the scheme of things, the president's presence doesn't make or break it. Spicer cherry-picking media orgs for briefings…
What White Folks Often Miss about Racism
Posted On July 7, 2016 By Peter In Life / 3 Honestly, ever since I heard the news of Philando Castile yesterday, my heart has been trembling. Part of it is because it happened right on the heels of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge… and our city still hasn’t gotten over Jamar Clark, nor should it. And when you add snipers in Dallas – murdering innocent police officers – it makes you wonder: What on earth is going on Do I believe that…
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Folks, This is Absolutely Critical
It’s hard to keep track of the gross abuse of power. But here’s the critical thing to keep an eye...
The Single Folks' Guide to Surviving Another Wedding Season
The temperature is getting warmer, flowers are blooming, magazine covers are starting to feature smiling brides-to-be and Pinterest’s servers are groaning under the weight of all the wedding planning boards getting filled up...wedding season is coming
What’s Killing White Folks?
New study points to rising hopelessness as a major driver of the declining health and life expectancy of working class white Americans.
Joel Salatin Explains Why,”Folks, This Ain’t Normal!”
People are so disconnected to food! Today, you can buy chicken that is boneless, skinless, know nothing about it other than that it is heat and serve When I asked Joel Salatin about the growing he said, “As a culture, we essentially abdicated our responsibilities and kind of by faith we gave over this food responsibility to others over several couple of decades to where we are at the point now in our country where we have twice as many people incarcerated in…
What Do Folks Say About Our Coffee?
This summer, Equal Exchange brought our coffee and chocolate on the road to Austin, Texas for the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church. We shared a table with our partners at Episcopal Relief & Development and poured out our fairly traded brew to all comers. Over the course of nine days, we had a lot of wonderful conversations about fair trade values, fellowship, and favorite blends! People were excited to hear about the new low price of Organic Breakfast Blend, which makes…
Advice for bi folks on coming out
And words of wisdom for the worried gay uncle who eventually needs to butt out.
Tips and Tricks: keep it clean folks!
The change of seasons is a great time to consider the maintenance needs of your gear, especially before storing it away for a time. Cleaning your hydration system isn’t often a priority post ride, or when you’re rushing to the trailhead, but take some time as you shift your active gear over from fall to winter to make sure it is clean, dry and in good condition. Here is our recommendation for how to clean and maintain the Deuter Streamer hydration system. To…
Foreign Correspondent: What Folks Up Here Can Learn from Folks Down There on Gun Control
Australia’s stringent gun control laws aren’t likely to be adopted in the U.S. anytime soon. But we can learn something from their political organizing.
This Breaking Bad Tribute Will Remind You Just How Thrilling the Series Was
It’s been a while since the finale of Breaking Bad aired, but we’re still marveling at the journey of Walter White. In the tribute above, French filmma ...
Breaking The Limit Reminds Us What The Freedom Of The Road Is All About
It’s a hell of a rare thing for me to even want to consider sitting on a motorcycle, let alone riding one. But after reading Breaking the Limit by Karen Larsen, I was ready to quit my job, cut my ties, buy a motorcycle, and trek across the entire country on two wheels. That, my friends, is the best possible impact a good book could have.