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Source: New York Times

The Dirty Side to Changing Leaves: Leaf Slime on the Region’s Rails

Thursday 01:33 GMT

Every fall, a gelatinous goo forms on the rails across the Northeast as leaves are crushed by the wheels of passing trains.

The track department, Mr. Tame said, must then ready a small fleet of jet turbine-powered snow blowers for the next, and longer, climate conflict: “snow season.”

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Source: Huffington Post

Transcript, Emails Show How Tabloid Reporters Helped Harvey Weinstein Get Dirt On Women

Thursday 12:42 GMT

E: You know, some stuff went down in ’97 that, I just happened to be there selling a movie for some folks, a producer’s rep, I wasn’t, I didn’t produce that movie.

I mean she’s been making a lot of statements against Hollywood, Hollywood system, actors, directors, producers, and people that she’s sort of worked with in the past.

1 Article
Source: New York Times

The Culture Is Changing, With Feminist Cheese

Thursday 22:46 GMT

A new label in progress for the cheese shows an image of this girl: flanked by animals, smiling as she looks hopefully toward a boundless sky.

Last year Erin Bligh, the proprietor of Dancing Goats Dairy in Newbury, Mass., planned to introduce a new cheese — hard, with spicy peppers — called Madam President, in what she assumed would be a fromage homage to a historic election. Then came the unexpected result: hard cheese indeed, in the Evelyn Waugh sense of the phrase.

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Source: The Guradian

'America's dirty little secret': the Texas town that has been without running water for decades

Friday 11:47 GMT

His flock live in a Texas town that hasn’t had running water in 30 years and the donated bottled water they rely upon is in short supply.

“People come for donations from outside the town and it’s difficult to say, ‘No you can’t get water because you’ve got running water at home.’ “I’m going to have to come up with a plan, get on Facebook and beg or borrow water from somewhere,” said Keahey.

“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte