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Tuesday June 8th, 2021 morning edition

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A small-framed Sacramento woman has a full belly and plenty to celebrate after successfully eating three 72-ounce steaks in 20 minutes.

Not only did Molly Schuyler, a competitive eater, finish the famous cuts of meat from the Big Texan restaurant in Amarillo, Texas, on Sunday, she wiped the plates clean and ate the sides too.

That’s three 4 1/2-pound steaks, three baked potatoes, three shrimp cocktails, three salads and three bread rolls.

She attempted to eat a fourth steak, but it proved to be too much.

Dubbed the “72oz Showdown,” Schuyler’s feat broke a record at the Texas restaurant, known for its massive steaks.

The 120-pound mother of four has participated in more than 70 food competitions nationwide.

Schuyler slashed her previously set record at the restaurant in May when she ate two 72-ounce steak meals. »

Workers Are Gaining Leverage Over Employers Right Before Our Eyes

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It also means companies thinking more expansively about who is qualified for a job in the first place.

It invited him to apply to an apprenticeship program that would pay him to be trained as a mainframe technician.

Now 24, he completed his training this month and is beginning hands-on work in what he hopes is the start of a long career. »

Spanking Linked to Aggression in Young Children

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Spanking has effects on early childhood behavior similar to those of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) such as physical or emotional abuse or neglect, parental mental illness, parental substance use, and others, a study in the Journal of Pediatrics has found.

The results strongly suggest that spanking should be considered an ACE, lead author Julie Ma, Ph.D., M.S.W., told Psychiatric News.

“If more [mental health] programs thought of spanking as an adverse childhood experience, we could then talk about adjusting social norms and attitudes and parental behavior.”. »

Apple pays millions to woman after explicit photos posted online

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Apple paid millions of dollars to a student after iPhone repair technicians posted explicit photos and videos from her phone to Facebook, legal documents have revealed.

The tech giant agreed a settlement with the 21-year-old after two employees at a repair facility uploaded the images from a phone she had sent to Apple to be fixed, resulting in “severe emotional distress”.

Legal filings show that the unnamed victim, a university student in Oregon, sent her phone to Apple after it had stopped working. »

Rob Zombie Officially Confirms His Next Movie is ‘The Munsters’!

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The Conjuring dates back to 2013, and each year since (with some gaps) has proven that horror thrives and survives.

Warner Brothers wouldn’t be acting so enthusiastically or extravagantly if horror was dead (a reported Crooked Man movie is still on the way).

It’s a late-50s sitcom episode with one psychopathic guest star, wholly content on copying Wan’s previous cinematic signatures blow-for-blow. »