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⚑ Today’s top stories

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“I’d go insane within days”: Barista shares ridiculous everyday customer interactions

A barista went viral after sharing some of her names the most ridiculous encounters she is had with customers.

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New York City is ending its ambitious plan for free internet

The project aims to provide Internet too over a million New Yorkers.

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‘Scab’: Wordle results put into perspective on Twitter as New York Times goes on strike

employee of New York Times urged readers to boycott their website and digital offerings, including Wordlwhile she suffered a one-day strikee on Thursday. But some people were not willing to sacrifice their stripes.

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✈️ HACKS
A food service worker explains how to choose the freshest groceries at the airport

It can be difficult to see this when buying groceries at the airport which of the many pre-packaged products is the freshest. Now a TikTok user has sparked a discussion with her own attitude How to find the freshest airport food.

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*Initial publication: December 9, 2022 at 11:00 am CST

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