Then comes the bridge, where Sabrina appears to extend some kind of olive branch in the hope that she and the person in question can be friends one day. And, in what many are taking as a direct response to "Drivers License", Sabrina then adds: "Don't drive yourself insane, it won't always be this way." … [Read more...] about Sabrina Carpenter Might’ve Responded To Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” With A Song Of Her Own And The Lyrics Are VERY Interesting
"I totally understand people's curiosity with the specifics of who the song's about and what it's about, but to me, that's really the least important part of the song," she told Billboard. "It's resonating with people because of how emotional it is, and I think everything else is not important." … [Read more...] about Olivia Rodrigo Was Asked About The Rumored “Drivers License” Drama With Joshua Bassett. Here’s What She Had To Say.
Delta, which previously boarded passengers according to ticket classes and mileage club memberships, is loading the airplane back to front, so that flyers don’t pass by others as they make their way to their seats. After preboarding families and passengers that need extra time, United is going back-to-front too. Even Southwest, famous for letting passengers choose their seats, is only letting 10 passengers on at a time, instead of the usual 30. The process is certainly slower, but Southwest, and other airlines, have far fewer passengers these days. … [Read more...] about The Art and Science of Boarding an Airplane in a Pandemic
A decade ago, a team of researchers led by Shaman looked at 31 years’ worth of data on influenza-like illness and weather patterns in the US. Over and over, they found that the biggest outbreaks happened in the winter when the weather was unusually dry. Lab studies with ferrets and guinea pigs showed similar patterns. The influenza virus spread most readily when the relative humidity inside the animals’ cages fell below 40 percent. (A typical indoor humidity range in warmer weather is between 40 and 60 percent.) … [Read more...] about Covid Winter Is Coming. Could Humidifiers Help?
Ultimately, Trump’s tweets became the currency of the national conversation, the mold it would need to fill. His genre was no-holds-barred shock. He was a shameless bully and a paragon of casual bigotry in the media. None of which makes the fact of the matter any less true: for the entirety of his tenure in the White House, @realDonaldTrump was the center of the social media universe. Whole days were bound to his erratic persona, petty grievances, and big boy tantrums. His Twitter account became the single most influential particle of social media of the last five years, a bit of unpredictability that came to be relied upon even as it took a mental toll. … [Read more...] about An Internet Without Trump
Cara Dumaplin is huge on Instagram (1.3 million followers) and among millennial and Gen Z moms. If you don’t know her by name, you know her Instagram moniker, @takingcarababies. Cara is an Arizona-based neonatal nurse and mom of four. According to her origin story on her website, Cara became frustrated when, as a first-time mom, baby sleep books and methods weren’t helping her child sleep well. After researching the science behind putting your infant to sleep, she created her own plan, which she turned into a company in 2013. Parents can buy her manuals, which are intended for newborns to 24-month-olds, for about $80 each. … [Read more...] about This Popular Parenting Influencer Is A Trump Donor. What Should Followers Do About It?