The Daily Populous

Friday June 15th, 2018 day edition

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M. Night Shyamalan is known for his twist endings, but even his most loyal fans were shocked by the ending of his 2016 psychological thriller “Split.”

The movie ended with the reveal that “Split” existed in the same universe as Shyamalan’s 2000 superhero movie “Unbreakable.”

The sequel is titled “Glass,” and it turns out Samuel L. Jackson had no idea Shyamalan was readying the “Unbreakable” sequel until he saw “Split” himself.

By sneaking in Willis’ Dunn at the end of “Split,” Shyamalan was able to make good on his promise.

“Glass,” opening in 2019, will find Dunn facing off against the multiple personality-stricken Kevin, played by James McAvoy in “Split.”

He called Shyamalan back soon after in disbelief and wondering if an “Unbreakable” sequel was finally on the table.

“I was like, ‘So are we gonna make this movie?’ And Night says, ‘Well, it depends on the opening weekend,’” Jackson said. »

Sleep Deprivation: Just as Bad for Performance as Alcohol

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When he started asking around Silicon Valley if 70-hour work weeks were worth it, he noticed founders turned cagey.

"Two of the people I interviewed said that things like sharing vacation photos was a taboo as investors might see them.

If you're coming to work consistently sleep-deprived you're basically functioning drunk. »

People are taking Equifax to small claims court and winning

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Months after the Equifax data breach, consumers are taking the Atlanta-based company to small claims court — and winning.

West sued Equifax for nearly $5,000, but the judge agreed to give her $690 ($90 of which was for court fees), Krebs reports.

“I also filed my own lawsuit against Equifax, half expecting to have my case dismissed, and half expecting Equifax to not even show up. »

Don't believe the label 'flushable': disposable wipes clog sewers around the world

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Disposable wipes – essentially baby wipes designed for adults – have become the scourge of residential and municipal sewer systems around the world.

Wipes make up a large and broad market, used for household cleaning, makeup removal, hand sanitization, sunscreen application and more.

For sewer systems, the most problematic type of wipes are the personal wipes that adults are increasingly using at the toilet. »