Day: February 10, 2021

Rattlesnake Greets Woman Trying to Grab Her Food Delivery

You may want to think twice about having food delivered instead of cooking. One woman got a food delivery, and she also a terrifying surprise: a rattlesnake waiting for her to grab the bag.

A delivery driver in Tuscon, Arizona, left the to-go containers on the woman’s front porch, according to a photo shared on the Instagram account @rattlesnakesolutions. An angel statue was beside the drop-off, and coiled behind it was a reptile ready to pounce.

The good news is, a man identified as “Dave” was working at Rattlesnake Solutions that evening, and he was able to help the woman

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Michelle Obama Announces ‘Waffles + Mochi!’ Netflix Kids Cooking Show

Michelle Obama has announced that she is launching a children’s show on Netflix.

Titled Waffles + Mochi, the family show will see the former first lady encourage healthy eating and cooking.

“I’m beyond thrilled to share that on March 16, I’ll be launching a new show on @Netflix called Waffles + Mochi!,” Obama tweeted in a surprise announcement on Tuesday. “I’m excited for families and children everywhere to join us on our adventures as we discover, cook and eat delicious food from all over the world.”

I’m beyond thrilled to share that on March 16, I’ll be launching

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Study Finds That When Cannabis Is Legalized, Ice Cream And Cookie Sales Go Up

A new study has taken a look at the effect legalizing cannabis in the US has on the sale of junk food like cookies, ice cream, and chips.

Previous studies have looked at the direct effects of cannabis on health, but this is the first study of its kind to look into – and find – a causal relationship between legal cannabis and junk food sales. Though recreational drugs all come with their downsides, it’s often been found that cannabis is far safer than the world’s favorite drug, alcohol, which is associated with 2.8 million deaths each year.

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A longtime critic of Five Points bars, Harpootlian files bill to amend SC liquor law

Democratic state Sen. Dick Harpootlian is now taking his bar battles to the South Carolina State House.

Harpootlian, a Columbia Democrat, attorney and the former chairman of the state Democratic Party, has filed legislation that would make plain the percentage of food and nonalcoholic beverages that an establishment would have to sell in order to maintain a liquor license.

Under current state law, establishments that serve liquor by the drink must be “engaged primarily and substantially in the preparation and serving of meals,” and must be equipped with a kitchen utilized for cooking meals, have menus for food posted or

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