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Monday December 3rd, 2018 night edition

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Naturalist tells leaders at UN climate summit that fate of world is in their hands.

The collapse of civilisation and the natural world is on the horizon, Sir David Attenborough has told the UN climate change summit in Poland.

“Right now we are facing a manmade disaster of global scale, our greatest threat in thousands of years: climate change,” he said.

'We are last generation that can stop climate change' – UN summit Read more.

Attenborough urged everyone to use the UN’s new ActNow chatbot, designed to give people the power and knowledge to take personal action against climate change.

Friends of the Earth International said the sponsorship of the summit by a Polish coal company “raises the middle finger to the climate”.

The prime minister of Fiji, Frank Bainimarama, who led the 2017 UN climate summit, said his country had raised its ambitions. »

Had a stroke in the Bahamas and woke to $55,000 in charges on my Bank of America credit card from hospital, however, I never gave them my credit card : legaladvice

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I wasn’t able to talk, walk, or function … it is similar to being paralyzed and all around sucks.

When you are having a stroke minutes count so she give them whatever they wanted to treat me.

This is when T gave them my credit cardimportant note T is not an authorized cardholder on my credit card account. »

Why Amazon is a ‘bully’ and Facebook and Google are ‘the enemies of independent thought’

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You can listen to Recode Decode wherever you get your podcasts, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts and Overcast.

He means well and I’m a conflict-averse person and we had this kind of perfectly conflict-adverse relationship until things exploded.

I know it sounds crazy, but what just happened with Instagram and Facebook tells me no, that they have learned ... »

Michigan to be first Midwest state to allow recreational pot

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Michigan clears a threshold this week as the first state in the Midwest to allow marijuana for more than just medical purposes.

In the Nov. 6 election, voters by a wide margin endorsed recreational use by adults who are at least 21.

Michigan residents who are 21 or older can possess or transport up to 2.5 ounces (70.8 grams) of marijuana. »