Wednesday, August 2, 2017

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Older people are dying on the job at a higher rate than workers overall, even as the rate of workplace fatalities decreases, according to an Associated Press analysis of federal statistics. It’s a trend that’s particularly alarming as baby boomers reject the traditional retirement age of 65 and keep working. The U.S. government estimates that by 2024, older workers will account for 25 percent of the labor market.


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FLASHBACK CNN 10/24/16!!!!  If Donald Trump wins the election, U.S. stocks (and likely many other markets overseas) will almost certainly tank. AND THAT'S HOW FAKE NEWS WORKS, BOYS AND GIRLS!! DOW UP 4000 SINCE THEN!!



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A 35-year-old man from Wisconsin was enjoying his day off from work recently when a text suddenly appeared in his inbox. “Hunny please grab milk and lunch meet on your way home,” read the message. Given that the man, who goes by the name of velakskin, was already at home, and given that he didn’t recognize the number, he figured that the sender had obviously contacted the wrong person. Despite repeatedly trying to convince them of this however, the sender refused to believe that they weren’t talking to Jess, their own 18-year-old daughter. And as you can see below, things escalated pretty quickly… ALSO HERE


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Authorities have reported "no major incidents" after the first three days of a driverless bus service in the Estonian capital Tallinn. A pair of vehicles are operating on a route through the city as part of the Baltic state's presidency of the European Union, and have so far managed not to collide with any other road usersBut there have been a number of near misses since the launch on Saturday, ERR says. An eyewitness reports that one of the buses failed to give way to a police car with its lights flashing on Monday; while an ERR photographer saw a bus ignore a red light at a pedestrian crossing, ploughing on regardless of the "surprise" it had provoked.



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North Korea's latest test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) has shown that Pyongyang now may be able to reach most of the continental United States, two U.S. officials told Reuters on Monday. The assessment, which the officials discussed on condition of anonymity, underscored the growing threat posed by Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs, and could add pressure on President Donald Trump's administration to respond.



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Benefits of tall girlfriend

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A German motorist was killed after a suicide victim jumped from an autobahn bridge and fell through the windscreen of his car as he passed below. Police said the 70-year-old driver stood 'no chance' when the woman taking her own life smashed into his car on the motorway near Aachen on Tuesday. The jumper, a woman aged 80, left behind a suicide note later found by police.
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Two women in Germany are in hospital with broken bones after a threesome with a man went badly wrong. The first woman suffered broken bones in her feet and legs after she toppled ten feet from a balcony in Bad Breisig as she reached her climax. Her naked friend screamed and ran down the stairs to help her, slipped, and broke bones in her arm and neck.


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New York state's banking and insurance regulator issued subpoenas on Tuesday to two Wells Fargo & Co units after the bank said it had sold auto insurance to hundreds of thousands of customers who did not need it. Unwanted auto insurance is the latest chapter in a months-long scandal over sales practices at Wells, where employees also created as many as 2.1 million deposit and credit card accounts in customers' names without their permission.


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An increase in divorce petitions in one part of Indonesia is being blamed on the love of pigeon racing, it's been reported. An official at the Purbalingga Religious Court in the country's Central Java province says that their office received 90 petitions for divorce in July, a huge increase on June's figure of just 13, the Jakarta Post reports. According to clerk of the court Nur Aflah, "Most of the petitioners are wives who have filed divorce petitions for economic reasons because their husbands are too addicted to pigeon racing." Pigeon racing is hugely popular in Indonesia, where competitors are drawn by cash prizes and the hope of selling a particularly fast bird for thousands of rupiah.


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