Happy Tuesday. We’re sorry, yesterday our hosting company had an issue that sent our newsletter out multiple times. That means many of you received more than one copy. Basically, the server was in a repeating loop like when you walk into a room to get something but you can’t remember what you came for so you repeat the pattern over and over again. Kinda like that.
In Case You Missed It.
A Pakistani couple is taking heat for featuring a sedated baby lion in their wedding photoshoot.
The new corporate owner of Toys R Us wants to re-open stores in the U.S.
The Oscar nominations were announced on Monday. Once again, we’ve seen only the animated ones. Maybe we’ll do better when theaters are opened and babysitters allowed again.
An anti-porn group was offended by certain performances at the Grammys.
Unemployment in Nigeria was at 33% in the fourth quarter of 2020. In the U.S., we freak out if it is over 8%.
This video is going viral of a Christian Missouri business lawyer advocating for his transgender daughter and urging the state House of Representatives to vote against a bill that would discriminate against transgendered people.
Coronavirus Update: Total confirmed cases as of 12:30 p.m. ET on Monday: 29,451,758 — Total deaths: 535,059— Total tests: 373,271,829
- New research shows that people who were vaccinated against Covid are less likely to spread it through the mouth and nose. No research on palm sweat so keep avoiding the handshake.
- Germany, Italy and France have suspended the AztraZeneca vaccine after several countries reported serious side effects. Spain will suspend this vaccine for at least 15 days and Venezuela is refusing to authorize it.
- U.S. daily Covid deaths declined by 22% last week.
- Covid antibodies have been found in 1 out of 5 blood donations, according to the American Red Cross.