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Today at 08:53 pm

Here it is Orvies (this is my name for Orville fans)! The season 2 trailer of The Orville!




I CANNOT wait for season 2. I'm anticipating this show more than I have been the Star Trek: Discovery trailer, which looked pretty good, too.

Still, this show embodies the optimism of Star Trek, along with the look of TNG, better than the official Trek offering, in my opinion. That's not to take away from DSC, but it just doesn't hold a candle to this show, IMO.
Yesterday at 06:52 pm
So we hear it all of the time: the world is going to end. Most recently was this prediction:

QUOTE (Daily Express)
Next month on July 27 the Blood Moon will peak in the night skies during the July total lunar eclipse.

The astronomical event marks the second total lunar eclipse and Blood Moon of the year.

The upcoming Blood Moon will also be the longest of the century, lasting for a full 113 minutes.

This, coupled with a spate of natural disasters around the globe, is a sign of the apocalypse, according to some militant Christians.


(Source: https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/979210/blood-moon-2018-end-of-the-world-apocalypse-pastor-paul-begley-youtube)

Most of the predicting is done by fringe groups, but sometimes even scientists will weigh in on the subject. It has been a popular subject since mankind first discovered fire and started telling stories around it. Portents of doom, signs in the heavens, the world was coming to an end.

What do you think, though? The world will eventually end, of course, but do you think it will happen in one of the above scenarios listed in the poll? If so, which one and why? If not, explain, because I'm going to want to hear this one.

How do you think the world will end?
Jul 19 2018, 08:49 PM
Episode Name: "Yakity-Sax"
Air Date: July 20th, 2018

Where You Can Watch Live:
Spazz
Otaku Ascended Live
Brony Network
Brony State
Brony TV
S&B Network

Summary: "The sweetest baker in town (Pinkie Pie) takes up a loud, new hobby. "

Ruminations: Wait, Episode 18? That's not right! It should be Episode 14! Well, this is actually considered a "Summer Surprise" episode from Discovery Family, since the hiatus for the show wasn't supposed to end until August. What will likely happen is this episode will air, then the series will come off of hiatus in mid-August, but I can't be 100% on that, since an episode may also be airing in Australia. It's kind of odd, really, and messes with the schedule, but I'll keep on it.

That said, this episode seems to focus on Pinkie Pie, who will be playing some kind of musical instrument, maybe? I say this because of the episode title. The summary, by the way, comes straight from the ad running on DSC Fam here:



So... on to pony?
Jul 19 2018, 05:27 PM
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Tada!
Jul 13 2018, 09:34 PM
At least not for a while:

QUOTE (Fortune)
Health officials are investigating the possibility of a parasite in McDonald’s salads causing more than 100 people to fall ill.

The Illinois and Iowa departments of health this week reported that they’re investigating reports of people contracting cyclosporiasis after eating salads at McDonald’s restaurants. Illinois reported 90 cases of the intestinal illness so far and Iowa has discovered 15 cases. Both departments of health report that a portion of the people who suffered from the illness had eaten a salad at a McDonald’s in the days leading to their sickness.

Cyclosporiasis is an intestinal illness caused by the Cyclospora parasite. According to the Iowa Department of Public Health, the parasite is most commonly found in developing countries, but has been increasingly affecting Americans during the summer months. People often contract the illness after eating fresh produce contaminated with the parasite.

However, unlike many other food-borne illnesses, cyclosporiasis can take a week or more before it starts to affect the body. Its symptoms, which include frequent watery diarrhea, weight loss, nausea, and fever, can last from a few days to more than a month if left untreated.


The rest of the article can be found here: http://fortune.com/2018/07/13/mcdonalds-salad-cyclospora/

Well, I don't really get salads from McDonalds anymore, and I've been cutting back from there as much as possible anyway, since most of their food is high in carbs, sugars, and salt, but I did enjoy the occasional egg mcmuffin.

That said, the salads never really were that good, and they've replaced most McDs salad choices with their western style salad, which is just awful. I mean, who puts spiky lettuce in these things? Stop it!

So, you know, be careful!
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