A professor of experimental psychology at Oxford University has partnered with Strong Roots, a plant-based food company, to create a bacon patch for vegans struggling to stay meat free, Business Insider reports.
The idea is that the person wearing the patch scratches it when they’re experiencing a craving for meat. After scratching, the patch will emit the smell of cooked bacon.
Billy Madison, in Adam Sandler’s eponymous movie, is a rich kid with an utterly empty mind and childlike logic who repeats all 12 grades of primary school over 24 weeks. Because it’s a Hollywood movie, Billy excels and eventually is able to take over his father’s Fortune 500 hotel chain. In the real world, David Hogg is playing the Billy Madison role, and it’s clear that his exposure to Harvard, rather than making him smarter in a Billy Madison–esque way, is actually making him dumber. Much dumber.
How else can one account for the tweet Hogg, a Harvard freshman, shared with the world this weekend?
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)-“A Saginaw woman who organized an anti-violence march has accepted a plea deal her felony gun case,” Saginaw and Bay City News reported Saturday. “Sparkle N. Roby, 34, on Wednesday, Jan. 22, appeared before Saginaw County Chief Circuit Judge Darnell Jackson and pleaded no contest to single counts of felonious assault, felon in possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and carrying a dangerous weapon with unlawful intent.”