Airline publishes no-fly list online


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⚡ Today’s top stories

EXCLUSIVE: US airline accidentally exposes no-fly list on unsecured server

One of the most sensitive US government documents was left online.


This is what Tumblr does to your friend

“Your friend” is him first big tumblr meme of the year-and be characteristically surreal.


“Sometimes They Start Before They Tell You”: Employment Lawyer Shares 3 Signs You May Be Fired

An employment lawyer went viral after they shared it some signs that a layoff is on the horizonso you can be prepared and take steps to protect yourself.


Dollar General Self-Checkout dispenses tomatoes instead of coins

A Dollar General Customer said that one of the store’s self checkouts began to give out tomatoes instead of coins as change.


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The customer, popular creator Zach Jelks (@undos), states that he never had a problem before Acceptance of Crumb deliveries to the the same address and that he plans to go in person to the location to see why that changed.

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*Initial publication: January 24, 2023 10:30 am CST

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