Did you know that you can help increase the quality of the air inside your house? Choosing the best houseplants for clean air can be fun, and create a better living environment. Clean the air in your house, with a few new houseplants! Benefits of a Houseplant Through photosynthesis, plants help us by taking the carbon dioxide from the air and releasing it back into … Continue reading The Best Houseplants for Clean Air in Your Home
DeSantis knows how to draw the attention of Floridians, and America with his call for a special session, creating a new “Election Police”, and then, there’s Biden’s book burner comment. Let’s dive right in. Special Session Called Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, the 46th governor of Florida since 2019, recently proclaimed he will call for a special legislative session next month, in May, to address several … Continue reading DeSantis: Special Session Called, Election Police, And Book Burner?
Facebook announced they are planning to open a new physical retail space selling virtual gadgets. Customers will be able to test out Facebook’s expanding line of “smart” hardware devices, which will include the virtual reality headset, Quest 2. From Virtual To Retail Facebook has a plan to build out its immersive virtual world, but first, they need people to buy and be interested in its … Continue reading Facebook To Open First Physical Retail Space Selling Virtual Gadgets
The government is pushing electric car sales across America, but has anyone thought about what will happen to the car batteries? Sure, it sounds like you’re saving the planet by purchasing an electric vehicle, because “everyone” calls electric cars a “green” purchase. This results in giving excited car buyers reimbursements, special privileges in HOV lanes, and being able to maneuver around certain fees during a … Continue reading Buy, Buy, Buy Electric Cars – But What About The Electric Battery Waste?
Kamala Harris tests positive for COVID-19, confirmed by her office. VP Harris is 57 years old, and will isolate from the world at her residence. Her at-home treatment includes the newly released Plaxlovid antiviral pill by Pfizer, which frequently sponsors hosted shows like the Oscars. Today I tested positive for COVID-19. I have no symptoms, and I will continue to isolate and follow CDC guidelines. … Continue reading Vice President Of The U.S. Tests Positive For COVID-19
Delta will pay Attendants during the boarding process, rather than not paying them during that time. The Scoop We didn’t know that flight Attendants “did not” get paid during the boarding process, but now that we do, we are just as surprised to hear that they didn’t – in the first place! Delta is one of the world’s oldest airlines in operations and is headquartered … Continue reading Major Airline Delta To Pay Attendants During Boarding
Bunny rabbits are one of the cutest living animals on planet earth. Would you be a good parent to one? They are cute, adorable, sweet, soft, cuddly and funny animals, and if we’re lucky we can sneak a few pets in with one at the local petting zoo. Even though they are super cute, does that mean they are cute to take care of, too? … Continue reading Would You Be A Good Bunny Rabbit Parent?
Bill Gates wants you to, soon, eat his ‘lab’ meat. Critics say the lab-created, unGodly, “replacement” for meat like beef, doesn’t yet get two thumbs up. Gates, born October 28, 1955, son of prominent parents, is worth more than $130 billion and is the fourth richest person in the world. Bill Gates recently settled a high-profile divorce from Melinda Gates, which is set to be … Continue reading Bill Gates: Eat My ‘Lab’ Meat
Several companies and people have taken to Twitter to announce their distaste with the Disney corporation, like the National Review. Fox News quoted Reverend Franklin Graham: This post calls for Disney to seek other locations, like Colorado! This Twitter follower pointed out how sometimes appeasing the minimal population doesn’t always work out. Get the news you need at It’s On News. Continue reading Disney Faces Backlash On Twitter
The “showdown” between Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis and Orlando’s Disney World continues. Today, the Florida Senate voted 23-16 in favor of stripping away the Reedy Creek Improvement District status. Back in 1967 when the special status was enacted, Disney wasn’t “outwardly” involved in politics, and knew better than to stick their heels in the sand on heated issues. The goal of Disney was to … Continue reading Disney’s Magic Can’t Stop Florida Law