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- According to a new Axios poll, 62% of college students who received stimulus checks are "saving/investing" the money, while only 7% are spending the money on "recreational goods."
- A cargo ship that's longer than the Eiffel Tower is blocking the Suez Canal, and could be stuck there for days.
- We have more details on the saga of Jensen Karp's shrimp-filled cereal box, including allegations that rat feces, a small string, and some pistachio-looking things were also found in there.
- The National Hurricane Center will no longer use the Greek alphabet to name storms because a lot of people can't pronounce those names, so they'll instead turn to a list that includes Deshawn, Braylen, and Will.
- You'll soon be able to order Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, or KFC by just texting the restaurant.
- Still not sure if I want to know what NFT art is, but Kyle Chayka writing about it in The New Yorker is where I'd start.
- From the beginning: Fox News contributor Candace Owens criticized Cardi B's "WAP" performance during the Grammys for being "a lesbian sex scene simulated on television"; Cardi B responded by posting a screenshot of a tweet that was originally created by Harry Styles fans that suggests Owens's husband cheated on her with her brother; Cardi B then claimed that yeah, she's pretty sure Owens's husband did cheat on her with her brother, she'd read it somewhere (🤨); now, Owens is threatening to sue for libel; but under New York's defamation law, Cardi B likely couldn't be held responsible.
- One man's trash...:
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