Saturday Six: Fireball Lawsuit, Tennessee Students Get Robotic Hands & More
It’s finally the weekend.
During a busy news week, panic at the disco Announced they are splitting, the water is being conveyed from Splash Mountain at Disney World After the vehicle closed, it was put up for sale on Ebay, Dolphins spotted in the Bronx River How many years has it been?
again, Oscar nominations announcedlearned about Pitfalls that delay tax refunds The world mourned the death of the Sesame Street co-creator Lloyd Morissette When Randy Gonzalez Enkyboys on TikTok.
But that’s not all.
Below are our weekly Saturday Sixes. Here’s a summary of half a dozen news stories in no particular order, ranging from poignant to bizarre to tragic and everything in between.
- M&M’s put its spokes candy on ‘indefinite suspension’ In the wake of the uproar over the change to green M&Ms. from the story: The company said Monday that it sees “even candy shoes as potentially polarizing.” Therefore, they have decided to take an “indefinite suspension” from their spokespeople, and actress Maya Rudolph will be their spokesperson instead.
- archaeologists are The Golden Secret in the Mouth of a 17th Century Socialite “People who didn’t have a good reputation” From the story: Scientists have uncovered the long-buried secrets of a 17th-century French aristocrat 400 years after her death.
- Tennessee students create robotic hands to new classmates. From the story: With access to online models and a 3D printer, the group didn’t even know if their plan would work, but it was a roaring success. Using his prosthetic leg, Peralta was able to catch a baseball with his right hand for the first time.
- some consumers say Tip requests are getting out of hand. From the story: Some disgusted consumers are posting ranting on social media Some people complain about being asked for a tip at the drive-thru, while others say they’re tired of being asked for a tip on a muffin or a simple cup of coffee at the local bakery. They’re thinking: Are we going to tip our doctors and dentists, too?
- One study Earth’s inner core may be rotating in the opposite direction. from the story: Earth’s inner core, a hot iron ball the size of Pluto, has stopped rotating in the same direction as the rest of the planet and may even be spinning in the opposite direction, suggested Monday.
- Finally, the lawsuit alleges that: Fireball Cinnamon mini bottles ‘misleading’ because they don’t contain whiskey. from the story: In fact, the drink is a malty drink that tastes like whiskey, much to the dismay of Anna Marquez, an Illinois woman suing Fireball maker Sazerac Company for “misleading” packaging.
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