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Great Touring Bike Deals Coming To An Estate Sale Near You, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Hopes To Welcome 250,000

The town of Sturgis, South Dakota is about to swell its capacity for a week starting this Friday. Despite the global coronavirus pandemic which has killed nearly 700,000 people worldwide as of this writing, the famed Sturgis Motorcycle Rally will go on as planned. The town’s population of around 7,000 will swell by an…Read more… […]

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Great Touring Bike Deals Coming To An Estate Sale Near You, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Hopes To Welcome 250,000

The town of Sturgis, South Dakota is about to swell its capacity for a week starting this Friday. Despite the global coronavirus pandemic which has killed nearly 700,000 people worldwide as of this writing, the famed Sturgis Motorcycle Rally will go on as planned. The town’s population of around 7,000 will swell by an…Read more… […]

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Zombie Stories Are Going to Have to Change

At the core of every book, video game, television series, or movie involving a zombie apocalypse is an idea about humanity’s drive to consume, or how easy it would be for civilizations to crumble in the midst of an unforeseen disaster. Like, for instance, the sudden spread of a deadly virus that swept its way […]

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Zombie Stories Are Going to Have to Change

At the core of every book, video game, television series, or movie involving a zombie apocalypse is an idea about humanity’s drive to consume, or how easy it would be for civilizations to crumble in the midst of an unforeseen disaster. Like, for instance, the sudden spread of a deadly virus that swept its way […]

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Science Twitter Got Catfished by a Fake Professor Who ‘Died From Covid’

A bizarre saga of events played out on social media over the weekend, embroiling much of the close-knit world of scientists, academics, and researchers on Twitter. It started with accusations that Arizona State University’s actions had exposed one of their faculty members, an Indigenous woman and anthropologist, to an…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Average Canadians Are Tracking U.S. Yachts Illegally Crossing The Border

Some of those good productive Americans who through hard work and superior morals definitely deserve their own yachts have been illegally sneaking across the Canadain border with their tracking responders switched off and our neighbors to the north have had enough.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Average Canadians Are Tracking U.S. Yachts Illegally Crossing The Border

Some of those good productive Americans who through hard work and superior morals definitely deserve their own yachts have been illegally sneaking across the Canadain border with their tracking responders switched off and our neighbors to the north have had enough.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Can Liquid Chalk Really Double as a Hand Sanitizer?

To protect ourselves from the coronavirus, the CDC recommends keeping your hands as clean as possible, including using hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol when hand washing is not possible. Liquid chalk, used by climbers and powerlifters to help with grip, often contains a significant amount of alcohol. So can…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The Auto Industry Has Borrowed An Absurd Amount Of Money To Get Through COVID

Automakers have borrowed a ton of money to get through the pandemic, FCA and GM salaried employees are getting their full paychecks, FCA and Mazda are struggling, and the UK is discussing EV mandates. All that and more in The Morning Shift for July 31, 2020.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Auto Industry Has Borrowed An Absurd Amount Of Money To Get Through COVID

Automakers have borrowed a ton of money to get through the pandemic, FCA and GM salaried employees are getting their full paychecks, FCA and Mazda are struggling, and the UK is discussing EV mandates. All that and more in The Morning Shift for July 31, 2020.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Racing Point Driver Sergio Perez Has Tested Positive For Coronavirus

The sport of Formula One is taking the coronavirus pandemic about as seriously as any sport has. Not only is the series limiting travel and limiting personnel on site, but every single person entering the premises is tested weekly, and tested every other day during Grand Prix weekends. Thus far the testing has found…Read more… […]

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Parenting Is an Exercise in Triage

I’ve been promising my editor something about childcare during the coronavirus for at least a month. In normal circumstances, after years of blogging, a mid-length opinion piece requires a couple of days, maybe three for something particularly thorny. The difference, of course, is that until March, my toddler went to…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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