If you are looking for a get away without actually leaving your home state, and spending half of your money on gas, then here are some of the most exciting places to visit in Ohio. Continue reading Fun Places In Ohio
Monthly Archives: May 2019
Revolution of Nirvana
-I’m so happy ’cause today I found my friends, they’re in my head / I’m so ugly, but that’s OK ’cause so are you.- This line from Nirvana’s famous song “Lithium”, is molded into adults, and even young people’s heads across the globe. Nirvana was an alternative rock and, grunge American band from the late 80’s, and 90’s (“Nirvana”). They had started out as just a couple of young, rebelling kids trying to form a band, and make music but, they eventually ended up finding unexpected worldwide success (“Nirvana”). Their music was a change to the face, and the outlook on rock n’ roll. Still even today, Nirvana’s unique sound influences artists, and impacts almost anyone that comes across their music (“Nirvana”). Continue reading Revolution of Nirvana
James Charles Cancelled
James Charles cancelled? The young 19 year old beauty guru/youtuber is being called out by everyone in the industry. Tati Westbrook another famous makeup artist on youtube was always known for supporting James Charles through all of his drama that you hear about. In James’ apology video which we will get into later he said how Tati stepped in as a parent figure when james first moved to L.A. in 2017. He even lived with her for the first year. Tati also was a big reason why James has been so popular. She gave him so many shout outs, even when James became very popular she would shout him out, show his pallet and make videos with him.
2019 NBA Draft Lottery
Last night the awaiting, NBA Draft Lottery took place. This was it. The world was finally going to see where the biggest name from this years draft, Zion Williamson was going to play next season. Everyone had their eyes set on the Knicks or the Cavaliers was where the basketball phenom was heading. Continue reading 2019 NBA Draft Lottery
Georgia Governor Signs Controversial Abortion Bill
Currently in Georgia women are allowed to undergo abortion procedures up until their 20th week of pregnancy. But Governor Brian Kemp has signed a bill that would ban abortions if a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which can be as early as six weeks into the pregnancy.
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Scootermania Ending with a Crash
While growing up did you ever resort to a scooter for fun? Ever since the brands razor , Fuzion , and Envy came out, they have been a big hit! Today, the scooter industry has stepped up their game. By producing the electrical scooter , many kids immediately fell head over heels. A quick trip down the street and back gave kids the opportunity to have some fun!
However ; that fun might have to come to an end. “There are now dozens of scooter-sharing companies, and the two biggest, Bird and Lime, are the fastest startups to reach a valuation of $1 billion in U.S. history.” (npr.org) It’s great that these scooter companies are making good money so that they can produce more. But, with a demand for the scooters and the mass production of them , some say that it may make way into our daily transportation.
Scooter company big scooter is now coming out with a way where anyone who wants to rent a scooter can with just a click of a button. “You can locate and pay for them using your smartphone, and they typically cost $1 plus 15 cents per minute. Then leave them wherever you want.” (npr.org) By having these scooters available downtown for any passerby that sees an interest in it is a great idea. The business industry would make tons of money because anyone who passes by a scooter who doesn’t want to walk for hours will defiantly invest in one of them so that they could get to where they need to be. It’s also great that whenever individuals are through with them , they can just leave them wherever they want.
But , by leaving them wherever they want , it puts the scooters at risk of being abused. “They’re typically dead in less than a month or two. They get abused by riders who have no incentive to maintain them — and they literally get left out in the rain and cold.” (npr.org) That can be very bad for the scooter industry because if people are just leaving them out whenever and wherever , anyone can get ahold of them and do what they want. They could vandalize , and destroy them.
Scooter companies have also been having complaints about the safety of these scooters. “The city of Austin and the CDC recently released a study that found there were about 20 injuries per 100,000 scooter rides, and that half of these were head injuries that could have been avoided if riders were wearing helmets.” (not.org) With having safety risks involved it could really hurt the buisness. Having head injuries for people who didn’t wear helmets when they were riding , it could cause more of a demand for the helmets than the actual scooter. That would totally plummet the whole idea of the rent and go idea. The scooter companies want people to be safe when riding them but also to use them properly so that they can do the things they need to do and not have to worry about whether or not they are going to get hurt.
Head Of ISIS Seen For First Time Since 2014
For the first time since 2014, the notorious Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has come into the spotlight after releasing an 18 minute long video to the public.
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South Korea To Lift Controversial Abortion Ban By 2020
After 66 years of enforced restrictions, women of South Korea will soon have the right to freely have an abortion. Continue reading South Korea To Lift Controversial Abortion Ban By 2020
Going on strike for Uber
All over the world, drivers for Uber, Lyft, adn Juno, which are some of the biggest rideshare companies happened to go on strike. That means you should probably not try and use these services. The LA- based RIdeshare United, has taken a lead role in the strike. They are going on strike for multiple reasons such as : fair pay, just cause provisions, union recognition, and environmentally friendly reforms such as vehicle cap and new emission standards. “‘ We ask that the public support drivers in their struggle for fair wages and our driver bill of rights,’ RDU spokesperson Brian Dolber told NPR. ‘We are calling for community standards that will ensure that Uber and Lyft do not create needless traffic and pollution. By boycotting Uber and Lyft for 24 hours, passengers can show that they stand with RDU in our fight for a RIdeshare industry that truly serves Angelenos.’” According to a list complied on Google docs, pickets are taking place in over a dozen cities across the US, as well as at least in the UK, Australia, and Uruguay. If you don’t live in the cities listed, show some solidarity and refrain from using these apps today. If you do, don’t cross that line. Continue reading Going on strike for Uber
Book Review: Snowflower and the Secret Fan
In 2005 Lisa See created a riveting novel that won all of our hearts. I can honestly say it was one of the best novels i have had the pleasure of reading. This captivating story had me locked in, I found myself learning about a whole different world and I was speechless. Continue reading Book Review: Snowflower and the Secret Fan