Bread Face hasn’t revealed her name, but we do know that she’s 27 years old and works as a copywriter by day. With over 40,000 Instagram followers and thousands of likes on each video, her bizarre bread smashing habit has managed to catch the attention of various magazines like Buzzfeed, Vice’s Munchies, and The New York Times. Obviously, they’ve all had one common question to ask her: Why is she doing this?
Speaking to Munchies, Bread Face said: “It started over the summer. I bought a green tea roll cake from a Korean bakery and I started off gently powdering... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> The drink, whose production North Korean leader Kim Jong-un oversaw, is infused with ginseng root, the same plant used to cure all those diseases. Burnt rice is used to replace sugar, a process that eliminates the bitter taste and any risks of a hangover.
Won't cause hangovers or intoxication if there's no sugar.
> A group of Edmond residents filed a lawsuit Monday against a dozen energy companies, claiming their saltwater disposal wells were in part to blame for earthquakes that hit central Oklahoma in recent weeks.
>The lawsuit, filed in Oklahoma County District Court, said the companies acted negligently and their use of disposal wells constituted an "ultrahazardous activity." The nine homeowners said disposal wells operated by the companies "caused or contributed"... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The energy companies have successfully spun this into a "liberal vs conservative" issue. Nothing will happen unless a bunch of poor people can prove to a bought and paid for shill court that hydrofracking causes earthquakes. They will be called hippie libtards and sent home. That's why the companies frack in poor red states.
>>18053 They're fracking in Downtown Los Angeles right now, among other 'blue states', but you're not wrong about the rest.
I think it's really telling how this story is all but buried in local media and not picked up on by the AP or another major wire service. Corporate media generally does whatever BigCoalOil&Gas wants as long as nobody dies in a collapsed mine.
Turning 16 is considered a milestone. In many states, it means being able to drive, pay taxes and work like an adult.
>"A lot of young people feel very powerless and they don't feel that their voice matters," Blackwell says, "and that's part of the reason why there might be this absence of young participation as adults."
>In the 2014 elections, voter turnout among people under age 30 hit its lowest level in 40 years, according to the Center for Information and Research on Learning... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Federal assistance has been authorized by the President on request by Gov. Snyder, who's finally addressing the fucking issue. What remains to be seen is whether or not actual investigations by the USAG's office will go forward and if prosecution for negligence will follow.
Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello said the city of Gloucester reported four overdoses over 24 hours. “The good news is all were brought back to us by the increased availability and proliferation of Narcan,” said Campanello in the statement.”
But Campanello continued, passionately speaking to those suffering from heroin addiction. “You are important and worth it,” he said. “There is no incentive or punishment that this disease responds to… There is recovery and a new life that can and should be yours.”
The chief mentioned how between Wednesday... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I disagree with forcing heroin addicts to go threw rehabilitation the rated of recidivism is around 94 percent. It's not fair to the addicts it's like telling a bird to be a dog. The fact is that most heroin treatment revolves around getting them hooked on legal but still damaging methadone.
Id say let them use heroin. And if they od well they found their way out of that hell they have been living in. Until we find a way to cease the neural chemistry that fuels addiction it's pretty much a lost cause
>More people in Europe are dying than are being born, according to a new report co-authored by a Texas A&M University demographer. In contrast, births exceed deaths, by significant margins, in Texas and elsewhere in the U.S., with few exceptions.
Texas A&M Professor of Sociology Dudley Poston, along with Professor Kenneth Johnson, University of New Hampshire, and Professor Layton Field, Mount St. Mary's University, published their findings in Population and Development Review this month. The researchers find that 17 European... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>17899 >human civilization that achieves near self sufficience >retract population >a concerned mentality about the environment (if the rise of green parties say anything) >it's in their hands to to demonstrate how you can through science, technology and hard work have a properous society with eco-friendly energy production and reatract into a stable population curve (ie. not retarded non-stop growth)
>but no. >nuclear is bad! >let's have unrealistic expectations about "green" energy that will only make more difficult to phase out carbon enegies, because nuclear is bad! >population decrease is bad! >immigrants welcome! >proper border control is racist! >cultural clash has never happened before! >...
if we're being honest, as someone studying cybersecurity and computer forensics in higher education -- the type of people it attracts don't care about ur fetish porn you downloaded last month. many are emotionally devoid savants and many more yet don't shower. obviously the NSA had a kickstart rise to power with the patriot act, and power is a great time, especially when you can get away with secrecy of ethically questionable shit. at this point though? it really sounds like the true focus is counter terrorism. the NSA isn't staffed by enough analysts to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>17732 This is just silly. Aside from building materials, the Moon has absolutely nothing in terms of self-sustainability or scientific value. Mars has a small percentage of oxygen content for filtering. Mars has underground pockets of water (which could even contain alien microbial life) Mars has an Ionosphere to protect from harsh radiation.
A moon-base would just be a more expensive version of the ISS. Fuck that.
>>17490 Ahahaha. Gay people drama... The Right Stuff is becoming quite a boogeyman in liberal circles and that's the only reason this is a thing. I'd bet this will blow over very soon though. 'Log Cabin' republicans are nothing new.
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