*Lauren Sanchez’s ‘Loose Lips’ Lead to Leak of Racy Jeff Bezos Texts:
Sources close to the investigation say Sanchez sent the sexts to a friend to show off about her relationship with the world’s richest man — and then the pal slipped the texts to the Enquirer. “Lauren’s over the moon [about their relationship],” said a source.
Meanwhile, a source who has seen the raunchier text messages — which the tabloid didn’t publish, but that include explicit selfies — says Bezos has more to boast about than his bank account. “He’s big,” said the insider. One Enquirer staffer who worked on the story says the four-month-long operation — amusingly dubbed “Project Alexa,” after Amazon’s digital assistant — was top secret. “Only four editorial people knew of Project Alexa,” the staffer said.
“We followed their every move. They had no idea — which is kinda ironic given [Bezos] had his own private security with him all along.”
*Costco Sells Out of 27-Pound Mac-and-Cheese Bucket with 20-Year Shelf Life:
Oh, and don’t worry if you’re a single person eating for one — it’s got a two-decade shelf life. That’s a lot of eating elbow room, thanks to the hearty folks at Chef’s Banquet, a household name in family-size freezer food circles.
Bonus: You can even fit “100 baseballs, half a bale of hay or your average 3-year-old child” in the bucket once it’s empty, according to people.
*Republican House Increased Debt $7.9 Trillion in 8 Years:
On Jan. 3, 2019, the last day before the Republicans turned control of the House back to the Democrats, the debt closed at $21,929,258,046,653.58. So, under the Republican House majorities in four Congresses, the debt climbed $7,915,209,003,359.17.
That works out to approximately $989,401,125,420 per year, or $2,710,688,015 per day, or $112,945,334 per hour, or $1,882,422 per minute.
*Cancer Death Rates Reach
But despite this progress, there are growing disparities in cancer deaths according to socioeconomic status, with people living in poorer communities experiencing an increasingly larger burden of preventable cancers, the report said.
Although the continued decline in overall cancer death rates is good news, the “bad news that this report highlighted [is that] inequalities are widening, particularly among those of low socioeconomic status,” said Dr. Darrell Gray II, deputy director of the Center for Cancer Health Equity at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, who was not involved in the study. “It underscores the importance of health care providers, researchers and lay community members and advocates to continue to push toward health equity,” Gray told Live Science.
*Should You Tip Your Flight Attendant? Frontier Airlines is Encouraging It:
Frontier made tipping an option three years ago but, until this year, flight attendants were required to pool tips. “We appreciate the great work of our flight attendants and know that our customers do as well, so [the payment system] gives passengers the option to tip,” the Tribune quoted Frontier spokesman Jonathan Freed as stating.
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• When discussing birth order, it is important to note that there are other various, influential factors related to the development of personality, including family size, sex of each child, sibling deaths, relationship between parents, how critical parents are, and family blending due to divorce or death.
• Researchers note that men may be more likely to be homosexual if they share their birth mother with older brothers. Each older brother increases a man’s odds of being homosexual by approximately 33%.
• Parents may impose their own stereotypes about birth order on their children which, in turn, creates self-fulfilling prophecies. In other words, a firstborn child may feel like a leader because his parents handed him this role early in life. Or a firstborn will believe he is smarter and approach a testing situation with more self-confidence, thus, boosting his score.
• Some researchers say that the apparent disadvantages middle children endure can help them be more empathetic, independent, and articulate.
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