Drunk grandma of death

Damn, so I was just checking out how the posts are on the blog and bam! Noticed this post had a letter missing from the Title! So have now make the original Dunk the corrected DRunk! Now it makes more sense to my visitors…..

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On Eddy Binford-Ross’s second night reporting on the protests in Portland, Ore., federal officers let off enough tear gas to fill the street in front of the federal courthouse and an entire city park across the street. The smokelike plumes sent her scattering along with the protesters.

“I couldn’t see because my eyes were burning,” she told The Washington Post. “I couldn’t breathe because my throat was burning. I almost threw up because I was coughing so hard.”

Like many journalists covering the tense demonstrations, Eddy has faced serious threats: She has been tear-gassed every night, had three flash-bang explosives lobbed in her direction, been shoved against a wall by police, and had a federal officer repeatedly point a gun at her.

But Eddy may be the only front-line reporter regularly risking her safety to write for a high school newspaper.
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WOODLAND (CBS13) – A California inmate who was serving a 125-year-to-life sentence for arson and making threats to rape and kill is being released from prison because of COVID-19.
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WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Face coverings will now be mandatory for any D.C. resident leaving their homes, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced during a Wednesday press conference.
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Now here’s the kicker:

Washington, D.C., mayor Muriel Bowser (D.) issued a universal masking order for her city Wednesday but exempted lawmakers, judges, and federal employees.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — A Nashville Fire Department Captain has been put on paid administrative leave after FOX 17 discovered several social media posts community members said were troubling.

Tracy Turner is a Captain with Fire Station 18 in East Nashville. On Facebook, he has posted statuses like “These protesters are the stupidest people on the planet, other than the arsonist and looters that hang out with them.”
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A protester has been shot and killed in Austin, Texas, by a driver whose car had been blocked in at an intersection.

The incident was captured on Facebook Live. It appears that the crowd was blocking traffic and possibly surrounding the car prior to the shooting.

“Someone got out of their car and shot one of the protesters,” the livestreamer said.
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At some point, there will be LOTS of good guys with guns shooting a lot of protesters!

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The pandemic has been a boom period for many brewers, as quarantined Americans’ demand for alcohol has spiked.

But for some, a wrinkle has emerged as they struggle to meet demand: the US is running out of cans.

Brewers like Molson Coors and Karl Strauss are reportedly shelving some of their slower moving and seasonal brands to keep can supply dedicated for their big sellers.
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Violent rioters torched a construction site at a justice center in Seattle and attacked a Starbucks store that was at the bottom of an apartment complex on Saturday as far-left rioters caused significant damage in other cities across the U.S.

The Seattle Police Department reported that a large group of rioters arrived at the site of the King County Youth Service Center/Judge Patricia H. Clark Children and Family Justice Center, near 12th Avenue and Alder Street around 4 p.m.
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An international team of researchers claim to have created the first synthetic cut-proof material that actively destroys the tool trying to cut through it.

Even the toughest lock can do little more than delay a person properly equipped to cut through them, but engineers at Durham University in England and the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany have come up with a new material that they say is extremely hard to cut through. Called Proteus, the revolutionary synthetic material is inspired not by diamonds and sapphires, the toughest natural materials known to man, but by the cellular skin of the grapefruit and the fracture resistant shells of the abalone mollusk.
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