The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 18th, 2018 night edition

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The reporter, Mike Seidel, was reporting from Wilmington, N.C., Friday afternoon, where he was shown hunched over and appearing to brace against a strong wind.

This is about as nasty as it’s been, we had some bands like this last night, and then the eyewall this morning ...”.

Dude from the weather channel bracing for his life, as 2 dudes just stroll past,” said one Twitter user, whose clip has been viewed more than 17 million times.

Dude from the weather channel bracing for his life, as 2 dudes just stroll past.

The Weather Channel defense of their reporter is utter bullsh*t. — David Shuster (@DavidShuster) September 15, 2018.

Look, for instance, at this weather reporter paddling away in Wayne County, N.J. in 2005:.

SHARE COPY LINK After a Weather Channel reporter was criticized for overreacting to hurricane winds, social media users spoofed the moment. »

Depression Diagnosis Accompanies ASD in 20% of Young Adults

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“This work highlights the extent of the problem,” Rai told MD Magazine®.

“The services, at least in European countries, mainly focus on diagnosis of autism rather than management of co-occurring conditions.

”The study, “ Association Between Autism Spectrum Disorders With or Without Intellectual Disability and Depression in Young Adulthood ,” is published in JAMA Network Open. »

Universal basic income wouldn’t make people lazy–it would change the nature of work

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And so it’s understandable that the prospect of a universal basic income (UBI), in which the government would issue checks to cover the basic costs of living, rubs some people the wrong way.

Back in the 1960s and 1970s, the US and Canada were seriously considering the possibility of instating a UBI.

During that time, the US government commissioned a series of experiments across six states to study the effects of guaranteed income, particularly its effects on work. »

'Uncontrollable male passion': Writings of Brett Kavanaugh's classmate under scrutiny

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Since the allegations by psychology professor Christine Blasey Ford came to light, the the writings of Judge, an author and columnist, are under intense scrutiny.

From his high school yearbook quote to his more recent opinion pieces, Judge's takes on men, women and sexuality are raising eyebrows.

More: Kavanaugh: To be confirmed, nominee has to get support of these Republicans – or possibly some key Democrats. »

ConCourt rules that personal use of dagga is not a criminal offence

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The ruling follows a Western Cape High Court judgment that the possession, cultivation and use of dagga for private use was allowed.

READ: Dagga can be used in the home, Western Cape High Court rules.

The State appealed that judgment in the Constitutional Court, arguing that the decision was not in line with the values of South Africans. »