A subsequent tweet stated "this wouldn't even have been an issue if they didnt (sic) use my channel to promote others in the first place." Blevins notes this practice isn't the norm for Twitch streamers who have changed platform, with dormant channels usually featuring a breakdown of the streamers channel information. Not so for the ridiculously popular page run by Ninja, however, with a message that read "the streamer you're looking for is in another castle." … [Read more...] about Ninja disgusted with Twitch after pornography appears on his channel
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"We know that in other towns of the region, typhus continued on through the winter unabated," said Stone, citing historical records. "So it was odd that just in the Warsaw Ghetto, the disease should die out before winter when it was expected to accelerate. Thus, we are fairly confident that the intervention succeeded." He admitted being surprised by that finding and initially assumed it was the result of a corrupted data set. But the diary of Polish historian and Warsaw Ghetto resident Emanuel Ringelbaum provided corroborating evidence. Ringelbaum documented the day-to-day happenings in the ghetto and reported a 40-percent drop in the epidemic rate at that time, calling it "irrational." … [Read more...] about How the Warsaw Ghetto beat back typhus during World War II
Recent entrants Discovery and Picard, for all their flaws and controversies, both leaned in hard to their perceived obligation to Say Something right from the start. One could reasonably argue that both shows took that principle a little too seriously, in fact—and the heroes of Lower Decks would agree. In a universe of lofty goals and monologued moral exhortations, Lower Decks primarily begs us to check ourselves before (and after) we wreck ourselves and to take the opportunities to screw around, have fun, and enjoy the absurdities of space when they are presented. … [Read more...] about review: Comfort food with a comic twist
Super triviaThis isn’t the first time we’ve encountered the Samaritan’s Embrace charity. Fronted by stretchy supe Ezekiel in season one, the Seven-sponsored organisation is a front for illegal shipments of Compound V.Steve Boyum, the director of the episode, has also worked as a stunt performer. His credits include Apocalypse Now, The Blues Brothers and Predator.In case you were wondering, the production didn’t beach a real whale. It’s actually a giant prosthetic that required five puppet operators to create its movement.Episodes 1-3 of The Boys season 2 are available to stream on Amazon Prime Video now. New episodes appear every Friday. … [Read more...] about The Boys season 2 episode 3 recap: quotable and explosive, this is The Boys amped up to the max
Take free-roaming dogs, for example. About 75 percent of the world's dogs aren't pets and don't live in human homes, said Monique Udell, an assistant professor of animal and rangeland sciences at Oregon State University. A memory that helps dogs excel at scavenging can help them survive on the streets, Udell said. [20 Weird Dog and Cat Behaviors Explained by Science] … [Read more...] about How Much Do Cats and Dogs Remember?