Jeffrey Epstein’s Island A Trending Destination In Recently Released Microsoft Flight Simulator Game

Jeffrey Epstein’s private island in the Virgin Islands is one of the most popular destinations for gamers in the Microsoft Game Flight Simulator. Four day ago the long awaited update to the popular Flight Simulator was released for PCs. Flight Simulator uses Bing Maps to recreate popular destinations, roads, and maps. Players of the game…

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Air Traffic Controllers Have Walked Up 25 Stories Every Day For Four Months

At the Salt Lake City International Airport, an earthquake in March caused damage to an elevator to the control tower. This meant that air traffic controllers had to walk up 25 stories of stairs every single day for four months. The parts needed to fix the elevator were unavailable due to delays associated with the…

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Country Time Lemonade Offering Stimulus Checks To Lemonade Stand Owners Affected By Coronavirus

Summer brings out young entrepreneurs, excited to earn a little extra money by setting up a lemonade stand. Sadly, with social distancing and quarantines, many kids simply aren’t able to do this time honored tradition this summer. Country Time Lemonade has introduced The Littlest Bailout program to help lemonade stand owners affected by the coronavirus.…

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A Theme Park In Japan Banned Screaming On Rollercoasters Because Of Coronavirus

“Please scream inside your heart” Patrons at the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park in Fujiyoshida, Japan have been asked to help stop the spread of Coronavirus by refraining from screaming on rollercoasters. Two executives at the park filmed a video showing how easy it is not to scream. Looking unfazed, the one executive simply brushes his…

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