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There Is a Petition To Keep Amazon's Jeff Bezos From Coming Back to Earth

Earlier this month, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced that he and his brother Mark will be on board the maiden crewed flight of Bezos' aerospace company Blue Origin's New Shepard. The launch is expected to take place on July 20, but ahead of that launch, an online petition has popped up to keep Bezos from returning to Earth. The Change.org petition humorously lays out the reasons why Bezos should not be allowed to return to Earth, citing a number of conspiracy-theory type reasons in what appears to be trolling at its finest.
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Jazz Jennings Reveals She’s Gained 100 Lbs. Due To Eating Disorder & Vows To Lose It: ‘I’m Ready’

Reality TV star Jazz Jennings has opened up about her binge eating disorder, and her mental health journey, after gaining almost 100 pounds. Jazz Jennings got very candid about her relationship with her body, and mental health, in a new Instagram post. The reality TV and YouTube star opened up about her binge-eating disorder, and her weight gain over the past two years, telling fans she was “committed toward bettering” herself. “As many of you have noticed, over the past few years, I have gained a substantial amount of weight. I suffer from binge-eating disorder, a disease in which I’m not only addicted to food, but I eat it in large quantities,” she wrote in the caption of her June 18 post.
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Victim, 22, identified in fatal shooting at Mount Peace Cemetery in Akron

A 22-year-old man shot Friday night has been identified as Akron resident Diontrae Fitzhugh. Fitzhugh was shot during a gathering at Mount Peace Cemetery after several shots were fired. He died of a gunshot wound to the head, the Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office said Saturday. Individuals had gathered at...
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Todt not a fan of sprint qualifying: "I don't think F1 needs it"

The 17-lap Saturday race will determine the starting line-up for Sunday's grand prix at the Silverstone and Monza events, and also at one flyaway event that has yet to be confirmed. Todt believes that the sport doesn't need the novelty of a Saturday sprint, but he's willing to give the...
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Christian Horner: ‘Great performance from Max’

Christian Horner, team principal of Red Bull Racing, reflects after today’s qualifying for the French Grand Prix: “It was another great performance from Max today and it’s fantastic to see him take our first pole position in France. Together we’ve been improving the car throughout the weekend and to have Checo up there as well, building on the momentum from his Baku victory, is a great Team performance. Starting from pole certainly gives us confidence but we’re expecting Mercedes to be very competitive tomorrow.”
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The Messed Up History Of Thanksgiving

For many people in the United States, Thanksgiving is an occasion for either heartwarming family reunions complete with a delicious, gut-busting meal or a pretty good gut-busting meal with a smattering of family arguments mixed in, too. Perhaps, growing up, some even came across tales of the very first Thanksgiving ever, maybe related by a relative or an elementary school teacher.
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Celtics dysfunction was so bad, a star player was told not to come

Things were so bad with the Boston Celtics this season that a star player was told to stay away when he became available. After a disappointing regular season and a quick playoff exit, the Boston Celtics started their offseason quickly with Danny Ainge stepping down as president of basketball operations and coach Brad Stevens moving up to replace him. On Friday the first significant player move came with Kemba Walker being traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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'Bob's Burgers' Movie Update: Creator Loren Bouchard Explains Release Date Delay

A Bob’s Burgers movie was first announced back in 2017, but since that time the feature film debut of the characters from the beloved animated FOX sitcom has been delayed several times. Most recently, the film was slated for release in April 2021, but was pulled off of Disney's release schedule entirely and is now currently undated. So what's going on with Bob's Burgers: The Movie? That's what Collider’s Steve Weintraub asked Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard during a recent interview pegged to Season 2 of his Apple TV+ series Central Park, and Bouchard assured us the movie is still happening.
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Ask the Mary Sues: Who Is Your Favorite Pop Culture Father Figure?

Father’s Day is tomorrow, that special time of year when you celebrate the man in your life by giving him yet another novelty tie. But this Father’s Day will be more poignant than most, as folks can finally gather and celebrate together in-person. Naturally, this got us thinking about our favorite fathers in popular culture. Film and television is littered with beloved father figures that run the gamut from gruff but loving to gruff but loving with a beard. I mean, can you name a single mother in the Disney animated universe? It’s dads for days.
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Police: 5 people shot, wounded near University of Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS - Police say five people were shot late Friday in the Dinkytown neighborhood near the University of Minnesota. Just before midnight Friday, police responded to a call of shots fired. Officers found three men and two women had suffered noncritical gunshot wounds. Police spokesman John Elder says the five...
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Baxter County man injured after motorcycle hits deer

A Baxter County man was injured last weekend when his motorcycle hit a deer. Fifty-year-old Robert Bennett of rural Mountain Home was transported by a private vehicle to Baxter Regional Medical Center with was was described as suspected serious injuries. According to a report from the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office,...
Durango, CO9News

Lightning sparks 18 fires on Southern Ute Indian Reservation

DURANGO, Colo. — Eighteen fires broke out on Friday on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation, south of Durango, according to authorities. Lightning sparked the North Cinder Butte Area Fires throughout the west side of the reservation, prompting a response from multiple agencies, according to the Durango Interagency Coordinating Group (DICG).
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Two-vehicle crash scatters tools, hazards across HWY 322

HENDERSON, Texas — Late Friday night, Crims Chapel fire units were dispatched to a major vehicle collision on State HWY 322 and CR 243 involving at least two vehicles with injuries reported. One of the vehicles involved has rolled, scattering a large number of work tools and debris across HWY...