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A sign at the entrance to the CDC in Atlanta CDC Plans To Ban Covid-19 In The U.S. To Reduce Deaths
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- This is a fictitious article written in an attempt to provide some humor.-

The Head of the CDC, Rochelle Walensky,…
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A sign that reads Archdiocese of New Orleans Catholic Church Says Don’t Take Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
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The Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans is urging catholics not to take the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine for Covid 19 saying…
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A man waves a rainbow flag during the gay pride parade in San Francisco Are We Getting Gay-er? More Americans Than Ever Identify As Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual
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According to a new poll conducted by Gallup, 5.6 of Americans now say they are either gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.  As many as…
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A missing cow from a farm in Poland now lives with a wild heard of bison and the heard has accepted the cow as one of their own Lost Cow Found Living With Heard Of Wild Bison
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Last November a farmer in Poland discovered he had lost a cow and gave up looking for it after not finding the cow within a few days.  A…
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Saharan dust lands on snow covered areas of Germany, France, Hungary Europe Turns Orange As Massive Saharan Dust Cloud Blankets Snow Covered Areas
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Many parts of southern and central Europe were blanketed with dust from the Saharan desert turning the snow covered landscape into an…
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Artificial reef created by the Rigs to Reef program Offshore Oil “Rigs To Reefs” Program Is Helping Gulf States Increase Marine Wildlife
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A little known provision of the National Fishing Enhancement Act is helping states that border the Gulf of Mexico (Texas, Louisiana,…
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2020 SO minimoon 1966 Long Lost NASA Rocket Booster Dubbed “Minimoon” Makes Final Pass By Earth
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2020 SO as NASA knows it by, is a minimoon entirely man made, it’s a rocket booster launched in 1966 and has been orbiting the sun on…
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Budweiser No Budweiser Commercial During Super Bowl This Year, First Time Since 1983
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Anheuser-Busch has announced that there will be no Clydedales, no chirping “Bud-weis-er” frogs, no guys yelling “Whassup!” during the…
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Tomb of Egyptian Queen Naert and Artifacts Archeologist Discover Ancient Egyptian Tomb Of Queen Naert And 13 Foot Long Book Of The Dead
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Archeologist and Egyptologist lead by Zahi Hawass have discovered a tomb of Queen Naert,, dating back to 1570 BCE.  52 burial shafts…
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Brood X Cicada Bug Over 1 Trillion Cicada Bugs To Emerge This Spring From 17-year Hibernation Cycle
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According to entomologist Gary Parsons, the Brood X cicada bug is due to come out of their deep cycle 17-year hibernation cycle come mid…
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