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News That Rounds the Earth - March 30, 2021
Nobody in Media Ever Lies. I Promise.
These RTE news briefs are designed to help our readers understand the news that would otherwise gaslight or distract each of you from paying attention to the slow motion collapse of the dollar and focusing on what you can do to prepare your family.
A ship was stuck in the Suez Canal. This provides officials with an excellent excuse on which to blame all consumer price inflation for the next seventeen months. That's probably why they tried so hard to get it unstuck. USAToday has a great piece explaining that the ship got stuck because it went sideways. The story includes facts like the ship's length and cargo by weight and a size comparison with the National Mall. Officials warn suburban Americans of the potential for another toilet paper shortage.
America's news outlets seem to be freshly committed to helping fight disinformation. Or information. Or something.
Scores of young Taiwanese change their name to "salmon". No word yet as to whether Salman Rushdie eats for free in Taiwan.
Wednesday, March 24, the NY attorney general called on FB and Twitter to censor anti-vaxxers amid international discussion over whether mRNA vaccines using nanoparticle delivery systems might cause infertility, blood clots that do seem to be caused by the AstraZeneca vaccine, and the extremely low death rates from COVID-19 among young people that leave many of us wondering about the cost-benefit analysis that nobody seems to bother putting forth.
Thankfully, Microsoft News is there to help us understand why Braun Strowman did not fight Shane McMahon. Reportedly, the number of people who know who Braun Strowman is, and that he would fight McMahon, quadrupled to 52.
UBiome co-founders charged with federal securities, health care fraud got married. This means they cannot be compelled to testify against one another, but have to live with being married to each other.
Chinese officials say they have never found a single case of forced labor in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region leading each of us to wonder how many such cases come in a batch.
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