Monday, October 3, 2016

Back To The Toad Stacking Mines

BuzzFeed News found that in the rush to scale its supply chain at the speed of startup, Blue Apron has had problems with health and safety violations, violent incidents, and unhappy workers.
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WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
The Not-So-Wholesome Making Of Your Meal Kit
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BuzzFeed News found that in the rush to scale its supply chain at the speed of startup, Blue Apron has had problems with health and safety violations, violent incidents, and unhappy workers.
WAIT, NOT EVERYBODY DOES THAT?
VIDEO: Why Dogs Eat Poop
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It's called coprophagia, and there are actually a lot of reasons why your dog could be going to town on the... well, you know.
DRIED UP
The Ghost Farms Of Colorado
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In the second half of the 20th century, farmers in Colorado sold their water rights to growing cities and towns. And now they have nothing left.
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Three Things You Should Ask Before Getting A Checking Account
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Do you know if your bank is totally ripping you off? Here's what to ask to make sure you're getting the most from your checking account.
THE NATURE OF THINGS
1,720 FEET OF FURY
The Megatsunami Of Lituya Bay
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A remote bay in Alaska is home to an odd and occasionally catastrophic geology. In 1958, a handful of people experienced this firsthand.
HOPE YOU'RE NOT LACTOSE INTOLERANT
Our Part Of The Milky Way Is Four Times Bigger Than We Thought
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Radio astronomers announce a major new finding that changes how scientists view the structure of our home galaxy.
STORY TIME
What Myths Tell Us About The History Of Migration
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Analyzing how stories change in the retelling down through the generations sheds light on the history of human migration going as far back as the Paleolithic period.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
A HOMEMADE TOADSTOOL
How To Stack Toads
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Learn the ever-essential skill of stacking toads on top of one another, thanks to this kind Australian man who's clearly had a lot of practice.
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Man Steals Barrel Full Of $1.5 Million Worth Of Gold Flakes In Midtown Manhattan
British Man Might Be The World's First Person Cured Of HIV
Nobel Prize For Medicine Awarded To Japanese Scientist Who Elucidated Cell Recycling
That's all folks, time to get back to the toad-stacking mines.

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