The Daily Populous

Friday July 17th, 2020 night edition

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Woolery, who hosted several popular game shows including "Love Connection" and “Wheel of Fortune” and who is a staunch supporter of the president's, has since deleted his Twitter account following the announcement about his son.

“To further clarify and add perspective, Covid-19 is real and it is here.

My son tested positive for the virus, and I feel for of those suffering and especially for those who have lost loved ones," Woolery tweeted before his account disappeared.

The message comes after Woolery tweeted Monday denouncing "outrageous lies" being told about the coronavirus, comments that Trump retweeted to his more than 83 million followers.

I think it’s all about the election and keeping the economy from coming back, which is about the election.

CBS News correspondent Catherine Herridge asked Trump about the retweet in an interview on Tuesday.

There are many people that think we shouldn’t do this kind of testing, because all we do, it’s a trap.”. »

New psychedelic research sheds light on why psilocybin-containing mushrooms have been consumed for centuries

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This study sought to address a simple but somewhat perplexing question: Why do people use psilocybin?”.

“Psilocybin, in the form of hallucinogenic mushrooms, has been used for centuries for the psychoactive effects.

Recent US survey studies show that lifetime psilocybin use is relatively modest and quite stable over a period of decades,” Griffiths explained. »

Mary Trump’s memoir sells 950,000 on first day, setting a record for publisher

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“Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” by Mary L. Trump has set a first-day sales record for Simon & Schuster, the publisher announced Thursday.

It is at once a revealing psychological portrait and a work of historic importance,” Simon & Schuster chief executive Jonathan Karp said in a statement.

Presale and first-day sales numbers are higher now than ever before — and more important to a book’s trajectory, akin to opening-weekend box-office numbers for movies. »