Swedish Tourists from a Small Island Are Welcome Back to Norway, Everyone Else Can Stay Home

Norway and Sweden have always shared an interesting history. In 1814, Norway was ceded to Sweden after losing the Napoleonic War. That union wasn’t dissolved until 1905 when Norway became independent. During the Lillehammer Olympics in 1994, shops sold maps of the Nordics that left Sweden out. In addition, there is a fierce rivalry between…

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An Attorney General Candidate Moonlights As A Delta Baggage Handler For Free Flights

David Leavitt is the brother of former Utah governor Mike Leavitt, who served in the Environmental Protection Agency Administrator and Secretary of Heath and Human Services. David is currently the Utah County Attorney and was elected to that position in 2018. David Leavitt is running for the Republican nomination for Attorney General against the current…

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Colorado Tourism Office Encourage People To Not Come To Colorado

The Colorado Tourism Office started a campaign to keep people from coming to Colorado. Using the hashtag #WaitingToCo and #WaitingToColorado, the Tourism Office encourages people to do outdoor activities at home rather than in Colorado due to the quarantine. The Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) launched its first-ever campaign designed not to attract visitors to the…

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Man Breaks into Closed Museum to Take Dinosaur Selfies

The coronavirus lockdown boredom is causing some people to go to extremes for entertainment. A man broke into the Australian Museum that is currently closed for renovations. He scaled the scaffolding currently in place in order to gain access to the museum. His self-guided museum tour started with finding an Indiana Jones like hat in…

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Las Vegas Is First To Add Personal Protective Equipment Vending Machine At Airport

PPE vending machine

“Clean and Safe Travels” is the tagline of the new Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Vending Machine at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada. With the Center for Disease Control recommending to wear a cloth face covering in public, and washing your hands often after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing – the Las Vegas Airport…

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