Tag: Fly

  • Trader Joe’s $10 Spring Candle Trio Set Will Fly Off Shelves

    Trader Joe’s $10 Spring Candle Trio Set Will Fly Off Shelves

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    We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. Spring has (technically) sprung, but that doesn’t mean the warm weather has, too. One of my favorite ways to embrace the season regardless of the temperature outside is by…

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  • A 100-foot drop, a death-defying ritual: Mexican children learn how to fly

    A 100-foot drop, a death-defying ritual: Mexican children learn how to fly

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    CUETZALAN, MEXICO —  Ricardo García kneels before the towering tree in the middle of town and, like his brothers and father before him, prepares for a journey taking him 100 feet up and 2,500 years into the past. He places one foot on a wooden step nailed into the spine of the tree trunk shorn of…

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  • South Korea scrambles jets as China and Russia fly warplanes into its air defense zone

    South Korea scrambles jets as China and Russia fly warplanes into its air defense zone

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    Seoul — South Korea’s military said Thursday it scrambled fighter jets as two Chinese and four Russian military planes entered its air defense zone, an area wider than the country’s airspace. The Chinese and Russian planes entered and exited the Korea Air Defense Identification Zone (KADIZ) in the East Sea, also known as the Sea…

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  • Looking for a Greener Way to Fly

    Looking for a Greener Way to Fly

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    The Treasury Department is about to announce tax credits for sustainable aviation fuel, which raises the question: What fuels are actually “sustainable”? Source link

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  • Shocking number of Europeans say you should only be able to fly 4 times in your life due to climate change

    Shocking number of Europeans say you should only be able to fly 4 times in your life due to climate change

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    A new poll shows that a shocking number of French citizens support banning people from flying more than four times in their lives due to climate change. A poll from research firm Consumer Science and Analytics Institute (CSA) found that 41% of citizens would support such a limit. That number rose to 59% support among…

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  • When Trucks Fly | The New Yorker

    When Trucks Fly | The New Yorker

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    Hayes said he sometimes follows the Cat-equipment rodeo, the Olympics of heavy machinery. “I have done a quarter flip on an excavator,” he told me. “I’ve picked up eggs,” Boston Rob said. Hayes went on, “The longer you’re in them, the more time you have to think of stupid shit to do with them.” The…

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  • Mike Lindell’s Wacky New Solution to Election Fraud? Fly a Drone Near Voting Sites

    Mike Lindell’s Wacky New Solution to Election Fraud? Fly a Drone Near Voting Sites

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    MyPillow founder Mike Lindell unveiled his long-hyped plan to catch supposed election thieves red-handed on Thursday—and it may get you arrested in multiple states, municipalities, and federal aviation zones. Lindell, a linen salesman-turned-conspiracy theorist, remains one of the loudest promoters of election fraud hoaxes. Some of those false claims are at the center of a…

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  • Anchorage mayor may fly homeless people to L.A. for the winter

    Anchorage mayor may fly homeless people to L.A. for the winter

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    People experiencing homelessness in Anchorage, Alaska, may be sent to Los Angeles and other U.S. cities with warmer climates this winter amid a shortage of shelters. Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson told reporters during a news conference this week that plane tickets would be purchased for unhoused people to be sent to cities where they have…

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  • New York City Rentals Fly Off The Shelves While The Sales Market Is… Unique

    New York City Rentals Fly Off The Shelves While The Sales Market Is… Unique

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    In this environment, rental deals move at the speed of light, while every sales transaction is … [+] unique. getty The Boerum Hill brownstone one-bedroom rental was small but nicely renovated. At the first open house, there were 15 appointments. Most of those renters made offers, some in excess of the $3,500 monthly asking price.…

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  • Frustrated Pet Owners Turn to Private Jets to Fly Their Animals

    Frustrated Pet Owners Turn to Private Jets to Fly Their Animals

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    Last Friday evening, as drizzle fell on the tarmac, 10 passengers boarded a Gulfstream G4 headed from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey to Farnborough Airport, just southwest of London. They didn’t seem to notice the plush leather seats or the treats nestled in champagne flutes in the armrests. They also hadn’t particularly enjoyed clambering up…

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