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Wednesday September 1st, 2021 night edition

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GOP fundraiser Caroline Wren is named in one of the House subpoenas for information, per OpenSecrets.

Wren was paid at least $170,000 last year as the Trump campaign’s national finance consultant with the joint fundraising committee, called the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, according to records tracked by OpenSecrets.

Letters related to Dustin Stockton, a co-organizer of the rally, have also been requested by the committee, according to OpenSecrets.

The Make American Great Again PAC paid an additional $20,000 to Powers for “recount administrative consulting” this year.

The company has been paid more than $2.5 million since the start of the 2020 election.

The limited liability company American Made Media Consultants was paid some $222,000 by the Trump joint fundraising committee for text messaging on Jan. 6 alone, OpenSecrets reported.

The Trump campaign and Trump MAGA Committee spent more than $771 million through the company during the 2020 election cycle, federal records show. »

Rumour: Nintendo Will Expand Its Switch Online Service With Game Boy And Game Boy Color Titles

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In the latest "Nate the Hate" podcast, known insider 'NateDrake' talks about how Nintendo might be adding Game Boy and Game Boy Color titles in the coming weeks.

While the purpose of the remaining emulators still hasn't been revealed, both Nate and his co-host 'MVG' believe the third one 'Hiyoko' is likely for "Game Boy and Game Boy Color" titles.

Nintendo Life has also confirmed with its own sources that Game Boy and Game Boy Color titles are likely coming to the Switch Online service "really soon". »

Dairy Queen customer urinates at counter after mask dispute on Vancouver Island

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VICTORIA -- A disgruntled customer at a Dairy Queen in Port Alberni, B.C., took out his frustration over being told to wear a mask by relieving himself in front of staff at the counter.

The incident was captured on camera and appears to show the man urinating on the counter following an altercation with restaurant employees.

In the video, the man can be heard arguing with staff and refusing to wear a mask before he unzips his pants. »