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Midge-Borne Virus Causes Death Of Wild Deer In Stearns County

Well archery season opens Saturday in Minnesota. As if we didn’t have enough to deal with, CWD, tick-borne illness , along comes this. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the first two cases of epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) in wild white-tailed deer in Minnesota. EHD is a viral disease that is spread by a biting insect called a …

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Have You Seen The NYC Toddlers Greeting Each Other With A Big Hug?

People are loving this video of a couple of two-year-olds greeting each other on a New York City sidewalk.  You can hear them squealing with happiness as they run into each other’s arms.  One of the dads posted the clip. Their names are Maxwell and Finnegan and they’re best buddies who hang out in music class, at dance events . …

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Oh No! There’s A Nationwide White Claw Shortage

Call me old fashioned, but I just like me an ice cold beer every now and then. Well I read today that this hard seltzer phenomenon is no joke . . . and the top brand is White Claw.  But apparently, even THEY didn’t think it would get to be THIS popular. Because according to reports, there’s now a nationwide …

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A Man Pranks A Telemarketer With His Donald Duck Voice

If I could do cartoon character voices, I’d follow this guy’s lead.  His wife filmed him pranking a telemarketer by using his Donald Duck voice. When the telemarketer tells him he’s being contacted about “litigation” he goes full Donald and says, “Oh no.  Am I in trouble?”  The telemarketer finally figures it out and hangs up.      

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Doorbell Cam Of A Tornado Ripping A House From Its Foundation

In case you haven’t seen this:  A couple in North Carolina watched doorbell cam video of their vacation home on Emerald Isle getting ripped from its foundation because of a tornado that spun out of Hurricane Dorian. GOOSEBUMPS. This video is- wow. Just listen to that wind. It's from Jason Sawyer's Ring doorbell and it shows the moment a tornado …

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