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September 2, 2021

Shipment containing ants, avocados, and a robot sent to space station

A shipment of ants, avocados, and a robotic arm made its way to the International Space Station, courtesy of SpaceX.

The vessel carried more than 4,800 pounds of supplies, including lemons and ice cream for the station’s seven astronauts.

The ants come from the Girl Scouts, who also sent brine shrimp and plants as test subjects.

Gitai Inc., a Japanese start-up, sent an experimental robot arm that will attempt mundane tasks normally done by the astronauts.

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SpaceX Launches Ants, Avocados, Robot to Space Station

April 17, 2021

Biden receives 59% approval rating

Happy Saturday, Americans!

As he reaches his first 100 days in office, President Joe Biden got good approval from six out of 10 Americans. Majority of citizens look satisfied with his performance especially with regard to his pandemic handling. Keep up the good work, Mr. President!

The US Justice Department is running after Roger Stone, as he allegedly had almost $2 million unpaid federal income taxes and fees. Even though he was given a pardon by former President Donald Trump, Stone will still need to deal with other legal battles. Good luck to you!

A nineteen-year-old suspect randomly opened fire at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, resulting in eight fatalities. The shooter, Brandon Scott Hole, took his own life shortly after. Such heartbreaking news.

SpaceX secured a human-lander contract with NASA. The project aims to build a system for landing astronauts on the moon. Elon Musk goes victorious on this one against Jeff Bezos.

A new research showed that going on a veggie diet can lower a man’s testosterone level by up to 26 percent. Apparently, this could decrease the libido. So ladies, please make sure that your man would still have a meaty meal to keep the fire burning!

Revealing his tragic incident, YouTuber Jeffree Star announced that he got involved in a ‘severe car crash.’ The social media star said that his vehicle had flipped over thrice. Good to know he’s still alive.

Stay strong,

Fraser Dixon

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