The Daily Populous

Friday October 14th, 2022 evening edition

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In a major blow to America's seafood industry, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game has, for the first time in state history, canceled the winter snow crab season in the Bering Sea due to their falling numbers.

While restaurant menus will suffer, scientists worry what the sudden population plunge means for the health of the Arctic ecosystem.

An estimated one billion crabs have mysteriously disappeared in two years, state officials said.

Freshly caught snow crabs sit in containers on a fishing boat at Mikuni Fishing Port in Mikuni, Fukui Prefecture, Japan, on Friday, Nov. 6, 2015.

asked Gabriel Prout, whose Kodiak Island fishing business relies heavily on the snow crab population.

Ben Daly, a researcher with ADF&G, is investigating where the crabs have gone.

When asked what fishermen can do in this situation, with their livelihoods dependent on the ocean, Prout responded, "Hope and pray. »

OnlyFans lawyers accidentally reveal which Meta execs allegedly took bribes

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That changed this week when lawyers for OnlyFans’ owner Fenix International Limited accidentally filed a court document that mistakenly failed to redact the names of Meta employees allegedly connected to the global conspiracy.

The document allegedly shows that Fenix wired money to Clegg, Mendelsohn, and Perrella, suggesting that these wire transfers provided evidence that the Meta employees accepted bribes.

Meta has scrutinized the email, too, noting supposed inconsistencies in the plaintiffs’ claims, including that Clegg started at Meta after the OnlyFans bribery conspiracy allegedly started. »

Just Stop Oil protesters throw tomato soup over Van Gogh's Sunflowers masterpiece

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Just Stop Oil activists have thrown tomato soup over Van Gogh's masterpiece Sunflowers at the National Gallery.

A video shows the two women wearing Just Stop Oil T-shirts gluing one hand each to the wall below the painting, which is protected by a pane of glass.

Friday is the 14th day of demonstrations linked to the group - which wants the government to stop issuing all new oil and gas licences. »

Mehmet Oz Busted: Woman He 'Comforted' At Event Was Reportedly An Aide

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The story was framed around the efforts by Oz and his Democratic opponent, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, to win over Black voters.

Barney Keller, a senior advisor to the Oz campaign, condemned McPhillips’ comments on Armstrong “in the strongest possible terms” and referred to them as “racist attacks.”.

The Philadelphia Inquirer has also updated its story to address Armstrong’s involvement in the Oz campaign, according to The Intercept. »