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This is not a cheap thrift store joke



*SPOILER 🚨 ALERT* Josh won the Josh Fight #JoshFight

https://twitter.com/laurahalm1011/status/1385545301218545671?s=21

Remember that Viral "Joshua Fight" Meme? It Actually Happened, and It Was Epic
https://www.distractify.com/p/joshua-fight-april-24



While money was originally going to be raised for legal fees to help the Joshes who lost to change their names, that quickly changed.

A fundraiser was instead launched to The Children's Hospital and Medical Center, and every single participant was encouraged to bring at least one non-perishable food item to the Food Bank of Lincoln.

https://www.distractify.com/p/josh-battle-2021

Twitter posts no longer visible on DU

I recently replaced my Sprint SIM card with the TMobile card and then got a new phone - iPhone 12 Mini. Tweets posted on DU now just appear as a hyperlink that I click on and go to Twitter.

I do have a twitter account and am logged in

On my iPad the same thing is happening. That device is unchanged and runs off the Verizon WiFi at home.

Whaaaaaa?????

Please help.

(Christmas) Gift idea ***🤭 WARNING ⚠️ LANGUAGE ***

Oh no! Not again! Funny Mark Hammill Twitter thread

https://twitter.com/hamillhimself/status/1385495785136168964?s=21

Carl!

We made Oxygen!!!! On Mars!!! With a toaster sized thingy!

Sorry I didnít see this yesterday


Perseverance rover just made oxygen on Mars



https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/22/world/mars-rover-oxygen-moxie-scn/index.html

The rover on Tuesday successfully converted some of the plentiful carbon dioxide on Mars into oxygen as a first test of its MOXIE instrument. The name MOXIE is short for Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment.

After warming up for about two hours, MOXIE produced 5.4 grams of oxygen. This is enough to sustain an astronaut for about 10 minutes.

The instrument is about the size of a toaster, and it's a technology demonstration installed on the rover. If this experiment is successful, it could assist with human exploration of Mars in the future.




Rock Stars pictures from youth - you can really see them 👍

Who is this?

This was news to me. Used to be Iíd know who this was (hint).



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