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Thursday May 25th, 2023 night edition

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Meanwhile, Demi Moore has enlisted the help of “highly trained medical leeches” to suck and “detoxify” her blood, and John Cleese swears by stem cell therapy.

The tech entrepreneur Bryan Johnson recently recruited his 17-year-old son, Talmage, and his 70-year-old father, Richard, to join him in “the world’s first multigenerational plasma exchange.”.

Next up, Bryan underwent the same process with the addition of having the same quantity of his son’s plasma infused into his veins.

Finally, the multimillionaire’s father had some of his own blood drained to make room for Bryan’s good stuff.

This isn’t the first time Bryan Johnson has had young blood pumped into his body to reverse aging.

It’s all a part of Johnson’s $2 million a year anti-aging routine for his latest data-driven venture, Project Blueprint.

He claims to now have the heart of a 37-year-old, the skin of a 28-year-old, and the lung capacity of an 18-year-old. »

Uvalde father warns lawmakers not to pay tribute to his son today

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The father of an Uvalde school shooting victim has demanded right-wing lawmakers not mention the names of the children killed on the anniversary of the tragedy.

“I don’t want a single politician who figuratively spit in our faces to mention Uvalde or our kids tomorrow,” Brett Cross, the guardian of 10-year-old Uziyah Garcia, wrote on Twitter.

Beto O’Rourke, who ran for the governorship last year, retweeted several family tributes to the victims early on Wednesday. »

Poll: Most Americans say curbing gun violence is more important than gun rights

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Poll: Most Americans say curbing gun violence is more important than gun rights.

The highest percentage of Americans in a decade say they think it's more important to curb gun violence than protect gun rights, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.

6 in 10 say controlling gun violence is more important than protecting gun rights. »

Militias used US armoured vehicles in attack over Russian border

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A bill that would have required Texas public schools to display the Ten Commandments has failed

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The Republican-controlled Texas State House failed to advance a controversial bill on Tuesday that would have required public schools to display the Ten Commandments in every classroom.

Senate Bill 1515 was effectively killed early Wednesday morning after House lawmakers did not meet a midnight deadline for a vote that would have advanced the bill for a third and final passage.

Senate Bill 1396, which would require schools to allow time for students and employees to pray and read the Bible on each school day, was also passed by the Senate last month. »