The Daily Populous

Tuesday October 1st, 2019 morning edition

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At first, Aldrin reveled in the ticker-tape parades and meetings with heads of state, but exhaustion had set in by late 1969.

With the touring and speeches scheduled to continue into the following year, Aldrin began to feel like a publicity pawn for NASA.

"I wanted to resume my duties, but there were no duties to resume," he wrote in Magnificent Desolation.

"There was no goal, no sense of calling, no project worth pouring myself into.".

However, his drinking had also spiraled out of control, rendering him an unreliable option to show up for scheduled engagements.

Rock bottom came when Aldrin, in a drunken rage, was arrested for smashing in the door of his girlfriend's apartment.

Disgusted with himself for being back at square one, he gave up the bottle for good in October 1978. »

N.C.A.A. Athletes Could Be Paid Under New California Law

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Students will also be permitted to hire agents, a move now restricted.

The group’s recommendations are expected in October, but California officials, skeptical that the N.C.A.A. would adopt substantive changes, chose to press ahead with their legislation.

They only do the right thing when they’re sued or they’re forced to do the right thing.”. »

Cristina Miller auf Twitter: "Turns out my friends who love to tell me they "hate the sin, love the sinner" in regards to my sexuality feel very attacked when I tell them I "hate the belief, love the

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Scheer accused of breaking law, falsely claiming he was once an insurance broker

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OTTAWA — The Liberals are asking Saskatchewan’s insurance industry watchdogs to investigate Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer for allegedly falsely claiming he once worked as an insurance broker in that province.

Biographies of Scheer posted on the Conservative party’s current website and his past MP and leadership websites have repeatedly referred to the Conservative leader as a one-time insurance broker in Saskatchewan.

He provides numerous examples of Scheer being described as a one-time insurance broker. »

Elon Musk, Man of Steel, reveals his stainless Starship

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BOCA CHICA BEACH, Texas—Elon Musk spoke about his vision of a brighter future for humanity on Saturday evening in South Texas.

Musk acknowledged that there are a lot of problems here on Earth, and it is important for those to get fixed.

Yes, Musk said, steel is heavier than carbon composite or aluminum-based materials used in most spacecraft, but it has exceptional thermal properties. »