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Costco offers $1,000 emergency food kit that lasts 25 years

Buying in bulk makes sense for these emergency kits, which last up to 25 years.  (iStock) Costco is helping out both doomsday preppers, and those just interested in stocking up in case of a disaster. 8 HOME STORAGE SOLUTIONS WE CAN LEARN FROM APOCALYPSE PREPPERS The major wholesale retailer has rolled out three emergency kits – costing $1,000, $3,999.99 and ...

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JetBlue and Samuel Adams partner for Oktoberfest-inspired flight

What a way to see the high skies.  (iStock) Samuel Adams is teaming up with JetBlue to pioneer “FlytoberFest.” In celebration of October’s Great American Beer Festival, the beloved brewing company is hosting a special in-flight beer tasting aboard an October 5 flight from New York to Denver. Samuel Adams founder and president, Jim Koch, will join passengers on the ...

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Stoned climbers were so high they had to be rescued off mountian

Some “highkers” in England had to be rescued from a mountain because they were too stoned to climb down  (iStock) A group of climbers had to be rescued from the top of England’s highest mountain after they celebrated conquering the peak a bit too much. The four climbers sparked a three-hour mountain rescue operation atop Scafell Pike, in Lake District ...

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Christian woman sues Mississippi restaurant over dress code

A religious woman is suing a restaurant for revoking her job offer.  (iStock) A Mississippi restaurant chain, Georgia Blue LLC, is being sued for failing to accommodate a server’s religious requests. In October 2015, Kaetoya Watkins was hired to work as a waitress by the eatery. It was after she received the job offer that Watkins, a devout Apostolic Pentecostal ...

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City declares victory in war against giant 'monster' goldfish

Canada has finally defeated the invasive species.  (iStock) This invasive species may finally be sleeping with the fishes. The third time appears to be the charm for determined officials on one Canadian city who waged war again this week against thousands of foot-long, seemingly indestructible “monster” goldfish threatening a river’s ecosystem. For the past three years, St. Albert has tried ...

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UberEats more profitable than Uber

UberEats is making a profit, but Uber is not  (Reuters) Despite its seemingly successful business model and cultural ubiquity, Uber has yet to make a profit. But there is one part of the company that’s making money thanks to hungry customers everywhere. As of July, UberEats, the food delivery service, was profitable in 27 of the 108 cities where it ...

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