Author: David Miller

"Travel aficionado. Incurable bacon specialist. Tv evangelist. Wannabe internet enthusiast. Typical creator."

Title: Boston Mayor Defends Controversial Holiday Party, Promotes Diversity and Inclusion Boston Mayor Michelle Wu has found herself defending a decision to host a holiday party exclusively for “electeds of color” amid growing controversy. Wu admitted that it was a mistake for invitations to have been extended to all members of the Boston City Council, leading to the subsequent rescinding of invitations for white members after the oversight was realized. The party has been held annually and serves as a cherished tradition for a diverse group of elected officials, according to Wu. She emphasized that the intention behind the invitations…

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The Black List 2023 Reveals Top Screenplays and Agency Rankings The highly anticipated annual compilation of the year’s most liked unproduced screenplays, The Black List, has just unveiled its rankings for 2023. With a minimum word count of 300-400, we bring you the highlights of this year’s list. Taking the coveted top spot on this year’s Black List is Travis Braun’s “Bad Boy.” Represented by UTA and Echo Lake Entertainment, this gripping screenplay received a staggering 49 votes. “Bad Boy” tells the story of a rescue dog who becomes increasingly suspicious of his new owner, whom he suspects to be…

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Title: Renowned Influencer ‘Kitten Lady’ Faces Social Engineering Hack, Calls for Improved Creator Security In a shocking turn of events, celebrated influencer Hannah Shaw, known as the “Kitten Lady,” recently faced a social engineering hack on her Meta (formerly Facebook) business account, sparking concerns about creator security. The hack not only jeopardized access to her Facebook page but also put her over a million followers at risk. The incident unfolded when Shaw received what she believed to be an interview request from a supposed manager of a legitimate podcast called “Podcast and Chill with MacG.” Unbeknownst to her, this seemingly…

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Title: Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case on Conversion Therapy Bans for LGBTQ+ Children In a recent decision, the Supreme Court has chosen not to review a case concerning the enforcement of laws banning conversion therapy for LGBTQ+ children by state and local governments. This decision is at odds with the dissenting opinion of three conservative justices, signaling a significant legal development in the ongoing battle over conversion therapy. The issue arose when an appellate panel declared local bans on conversion therapy in Florida as unconstitutional restrictions on counselors’ speech. Despite this ruling, the Supreme Court, with the support of…

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Title: Russia Imposes New Decree Requiring Individuals to Surrender Passports Amid Travel Bans (Word Count: 346) December 11th, 2022 – A recent government order in Russia mandates that individuals subjected to a travel ban must surrender their passports to authorities within five days of receiving notification. Aimed at preventing unauthorized overseas travel, this decree affects various groups, including conscripts, employees of the Federal Security Service (FSB), convicts, and individuals with access to state secrets or “information of special importance.” According to officials, the passports will be securely stored by the institutions that initially issued them, such as the interior ministry…

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Sam Altman, the recently reinstated CEO of OpenAI, has opened up about his experience of being terminated by the company’s former board. Altman, who was attending the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Las Vegas at the time, received the shocking news in a hotel room. In an interview, Altman described his state of confusion and shock upon learning that he had been fired. The news came as a complete surprise to him and left him feeling disoriented. Following the termination, Altman’s smartphone was inundated with messages from well-wishers, causing it to temporarily freeze up. Despite the unexpected turn of events,…

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Title: “NASA Astronaut Vindicated as Mysterious Space Tomato Reappears after Months” NASA astronaut Frank Rubio, known for his pioneering efforts in space cultivation, recently found himself at the center of a bizarre tomato mystery aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Rubio had successfully grown one of the first tomatoes ever cultivated in space, only for it to seemingly vanish. Speculation surrounded whether Rubio had devoured the space-grown delicacy, but he denied the allegations, instead suggesting the tomato had floated away due to microgravity. After hours of meticulous searching, Rubio was left frustrated and empty-handed, unable to locate the missing tomato.…

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Title: Sophie Turner Finds New Romance with Aristocrat Peregrine Pearson Amidst Divorce Drama Word Count: 335 In the latest development of her personal life, former Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, 27, has been caught in the arms of aristocrat Peregrine “Perry” Pearson. The actress, who is currently going through a divorce with husband Joe Jonas, was seen intimately strolling through the streets of London, hand in hand, and even sharing a passionate kiss with Perry. This unexpected romance blossomed shortly after the pair was spotted locking lips in the romantic city of Paris on October 28, igniting rumors of…

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New Study Reveals Atmospheric CO2 Levels Haven’t Been This High in 14 Million Years A groundbreaking study published in the renowned scientific journal Science has brought alarming news about levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in our atmosphere. The study, conducted by a team of 80 researchers from 16 countries, has been hailed as the most comprehensive assessment of historical CO2 levels to date. The results are deeply concerning, indicating that CO2 levels are at their highest in 14 million years. The researchers observed the period from 66 million years ago until the present, providing a more accurate reconstruction of the…

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Solar storms are predicted to hit Earth in the coming days following eruptions from the Sun. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Centre has issued a geomagnetic storm watch for Monday and Tuesday. These solar storms have the potential to cause power blackouts and communication disruptions. The impact of significant solar storms on our electrical grid and communication systems is well-documented. In the past, such storms have led to widespread power outages and disruptions in satellite communication. Just last month, a solar flare caused a moderate HF Radio Blackout Event. This event disrupted high frequency radio…

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