The Daily Populous

Sunday August 1st, 2021 day edition

image for The Philippine president told unvaccinated people 'for all I care, you can die anytime' as he continues his brutal threats against vaccine deniers

He said to people who don't want the vaccine: "For all I care, you can die anytime.".

He added that police may restrict their movements, having previously threatened to jail them.

The president of the Philippines said he didn't care if people who deny the coronavirus vaccine died from the virus.

Rodrigo Duterte said in a national address on Wednesday: "For those who do not want it, well, for all I care, you can die anytime.".

"If you go out of your house, I will tell the police to return you to your home.

Duterte previously threatened to jail people who refuse to get a coronavirus vaccine.

Supply delays have also slowed the vaccination rate in some parts of the country, Bloomberg reported. »

Blizzard Recruiters Asked Hacker If She ‘Liked Being Penetrated’ at Job Fair

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Mitchell said she was wearing a t-shirt made by cybersecurity company SecureState, which had "Penetration Expert" on the front.

One of the Blizzard employees first asked if she was lost, another one asked if she was at the conference with her boyfriend, and another one asked if she even knew what pentesting was.

Last week, the state of California sued Activision Blizzard for fostering a "frat boy" culture and for being "breeding ground for harassment" and discrimination. »

Water park? Disney guests swim in flooded Magic Kingdom streets

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Around 3 p.m. Thursday, a weather system moved over Disney World and the streets around Cosmic Ray Café become flooded, according to photos shared with News 6.

While some guests took shelter from the rain, others, mostly children, decided to enjoy the “water park” that formed inside Magic Kingdom.

Disney guests swim in flooded Magic Kingdom streets (Credit: Cassie Claire Chase) (Copyright 2021 by WKMG ClickOrlando). »

Minimum wage earners can’t afford a two-bedroom rental anywhere, report says

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The average hourly worker earns $18.78 per hour, and the federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour, unchanged since 2009.

Her office noted her past support for “an indexed minimum wage in 2006, and supported the voter-approved state minimum wage increase in 2016.”

“The problem is that their Republican colleagues are publicly committed to blocking President Biden’s agenda, including the $15 minimum wage.”. »