The Daily Populous

Saturday November 6th, 2021 morning edition

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The 17-year-old son of Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin twice tried to cast a ballot on Election Day even though he is not yet eligible to vote, election officials confirm to News4.

News4 is not naming Youngkin's son because he is a minor and has not been charged with a crime.

Fairfax County election officials said the teen went to the Hickory precinct polling place at Great Falls Library.

Election workers were able to determine he was not eligible to vote and didn't allow him to cast a ballot.

The young man presented identification but was ineligible to be registered due to his age and was not permitted to vote.

The teen was told he wasn't eligible to vote and again was offered the opportunity to register, notes show. »

Self-Driving Farm Robot Uses Lasers To Kill 100,000 Weeds An Hour, Saving Land And Farmers From Toxic Herbicides

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A self-driving farm robot that kills 100,000 weeds an hour ... by laser.

“What we discovered relatively early on is that through the use of high-powered energy systems — so, lasers, which is essentially a way of delivering targeted energy — we can kill these weeds.

Weeds are getting harder to kill as herbicide-resistant varieties survive, forcing herbicide manufacturers to reformulate ever-more-potent chemicals. »

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema busted taking money linked to Betsy DeVos’ family fortune

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Out Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) has been caught taking campaign contributions linked to the anti-LGBTQ former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.

MLMs rely on unpaid workers to sell their products, recruiting people with promises that they can make money while being their own bosses.

A 2017 report from the Consumer Awareness Institute found that 99% of people recruited by MLMs actually lose money. »

BioWare has no plans to end Star Wars: The Old Republic anytime soon

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I was an optimistic 20-something when I rolled my first Bounty Hunter, with his bad scars and bad attitude, in Star Wars: The Old Republic.

And, lucky me, it looks like BioWare doesn't have any plans to call off the galactic wars and Sith intrigue.

But the team has "no plans to stop anytime soon," he says. »

Report: COVID-positive Aaron Rodgers told NFL he was “immunized” with homeopathy

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According to, citing NFL Media, Rodgers had sought—and was denied—a vaccination exemption over the summer.

"Rodgers received homeopathic treatment from his personal doctor to raise his antibody levels and asked the [NFL Players Association] to review his status," reported.

The league and a designated infectious disease consultant determined that "Rodgers' treatment did not provide any documented protection from the coronavirus.". »