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    This chicken was found along the side of a highway by a volunteer at Lancaster Farm Sanctuary. After taking a look at her wounds, the sanctuary knew that she had been out there in the cold for at least a couple of days. “She was already scabby and festering. She could barely hold her head up anymore. And although it must’ve been incredibly painful, it was the luckiest day of her life,” said the sanctuary. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lancaster Farm Sanctuary (@lancasterfarmsanctuary) “Thankfully our local animal hospital was willing to see her for an emergency visit first thing this morning when they opened,” said the sanctuary. The animal hospital discovered that she suffered serious wounds including a broken leg and a major puncture to the chest. Although it will take time for her leg to heal, the veterinarians reassured the sanctuary that the mere fact that she is choosing to move it and is starting to put a little bit of weight on it is a good sign! “We...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more Early one warm May morning in 2006, six piglets enthusiastically greeted their first sunrise at Farm Sanctuary, embracing the day with a reckless joy that has followed every sunrise since. They’d been purchased by a university, each from a different litter, and all between two and four months of age. At the university, Stacey and her friends were used as “teaching tools” to be operated on by students in “practice surgeries.” They all underwent hernia operations, and all bore fresh surgical wounds on their abdomens as proof. After they’d served their purpose to the university, the plan was for them to go to auction, and eventually, slaughter. But the actions of one student changed the course of their lives and led them instead to safety. This student spoke up when it was time to send them to auction, asking that their lives be spared. Thanks to her action, Stacey and her friends were saved. The piglets’ destination at our Northern California Shelter was a far cry from anything they’d experienced so...
    Americans Don’t Want to Buy This Car, Research Shows 2022 Honda HR-V Is Euro-Market Forbidden Fruit Unique Tip If Your Car Has Automatic Headlights Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life The CDC Says You Don't Have to Do This Anymore Once You're Vaccinated For the time being, people who have been vaccinated are still being asked to adhere to COVID-related public health measures. Experts have said recipients should continue to wear a mask and avoid seeing too many people even after getting the shot. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now says people who are fully vaccinated can skip one common COVID precaution. Keep reading to find out which mitigation measure you can drop after the vaccine, and for more essential vaccine guidance, check out The CDC Says Don't Do This Within 2 Weeks of Your COVID Vaccine. Read the original article on Best Life.
    More from: Andrew Marchand Whats next for Peyton Manning? Inside his post-NFL career path How Lisa Guerrero overcame suicidal thoughts after Monday Night Football humiliation CBS re-signs Ian Eagle with Jim Nantz Romo money negotiations looming Scott Boras of sports media thinks Amazon will land NFL rights Philip Rivers is the wild card as ESPN sets Monday Night Football plan You probably know that Joe Montana is in the conversation as the greatest quarterback of all-time because of his big-game performances. What you may not know is that he once quit at halftime of a Super Bowl. Twenty five years ago, Montana’s NFL TV studio career lasted just nine regular-season games and the playoffs for NBC. On Jan., 28, 1996, the Cowboys and Steelers met in Super Bowl XXX. Diana Ross performed at halftime. “At halftime, I called my wife from the phone,” Montana told The Post. “We all had phones next to us and said, ‘I quit. I’m out of here. I can’t do this.’ ” Montana made $400,000 to jet across the country to New York for half...
    New York (CNN)In October, a small US automaker called SSC North America claimed its 1,750-horsepower Tuatara supercar had gone more than 300 miles an hour, breaking official world speed records for a street legal passenger car.It wasn't long before bloggers and automotive journalists began questioning the video showing the supposed record run. And while SSC did not back down from its claim that its car actually hit 331 mph, it admitted that there had been problems with the synchronization and timing in its video proof.Car company that claimed speed record will do it overSo SSC's founder and CEO Jerod Shelby said they would do it all over again. Except this time around, achieving that speed is proving much more difficult.On Wednesday, SSC announced it had gotten the car up to an average top speed of 283 miles an hour during two runs. But the attempt, completed on January 17, was made in much more difficult conditions than before. The car was driven by an amateur, rather than a professional, driver. And, for that reason, the car's power was reduced. The...
    Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) Monday on MSNBC’s “Live” said that Democrats were impeaching former President Donald Trump, so he is convicted in the Senate, which includes a penalty of disqualification from office. Jackson asked, “Do you plan to address the constitutional authority as has been raised by some of these Republicans for the House to bring an impeachment against somebody and for the Senate to convict somebody who is no longer serving?” Swalwell said, “It’s constitutional. The Senate is steeped in tradition and custom, and I think it would be persuasive to them that they have actually done this before. They have held a trial for somebody who was no longer in office.” Jackson said, “You’re talking about the secretary of war?” Swalwell said, “That’s right, Secretary of War, Belknap, we will all hear that name more than we probably want, but it’s because the Founders put as one of the penalties disqualification from office and because Donald Trump we know will do this again, has such a disdain for democracy and a disdain for public safety, we can’t afford as...
    Joe Biden administration likely to overturn controversial Donald Trump diversity training executive order The famous, must-try sandwich in each state I Can't Believe This Social Security Bonus Was So Easy Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life If You Only Brush Your Teeth Once a Day, This Is When You Should Do It Let's admit it: We all slack on our oral hygiene routines. Most of us are not flossing as much as we should, and even brushing our teeth twice every day, as dentists recommend, is not something many of us do consistently. However, if you are only going to brush once, dentists have some insight as to when to do it. Read on to find out what the experts recommend, and for more help with your teeth, here's How You're Storing Your Toothbrush in the Worst Way Possible. "Bacteria change every 12 hours so in order to keep the population under control, you should be brushing ideally every twelve hours,"...
    This weekend brings bougie, barbecue and brunchy events (not all at once). Keep reading for a quartet of happenings we're excited about, plus a few more in the upcoming weeks. EXPAND Do more with wine than just drink it out of a glass at Uncorked's Vino Kitchen class. Danielle Lirette Friday, October 16Everybody loves cooking with wine, but did you know you can actually add it to your food, too? If you're unsure how to incorporate the beverage into your cooking without burning off all the flavor compounds in the booze or you don't know your boeuf from your Bourguignon, consider attending Uncorked Kitchen's Vino Kitchen cooking class on Friday, October 16. From 6 to 9 p.m., the cooking school at 8171 Chester Street in Centennial will instruct you in grilling, sautéeing and baking with wine. You'll make sangria grilled shrimp, artichokes with white-wine garlic dip, zinfandel-marinated steak, red wine and pear hand pies, and more for $95 (which includes a drink that you'll be sipping straight from the glass instead of incorporating into your food). Sign up now on the...
    Chicago Bears’ Jordan Lucas admits that he was “scared” to take a knee in 2016 during his rookie year. but on Tuesday he said he “110 percent” plans to kneel this season. A late-round draft pick by the Miami Dolphins at the time, Lucas was concerned what his team might think of him if he joined in Colin Kaepernick’s protest. VIKINGS’ DALVIN COOK HOLDING OUT UNTIL HE GETS ‘REASONABLE' CONTRACT EXTENSION: ‘HE’S OUT’  “My rookie year, as many of you can probably guess, I was scared to kneel,” Lucas said during a Zoom call, according to the Chicago Tribune. “I didn’t want to lose my position on the team. I didn’t want to be looked at differently by the front office or my coaches just because I didn’t have a name, I didn’t really have a spot on the team. I didn’t want to lose anything. I just got there, you know what I am saying?” He continued: “I think a lot of people are seeing now that it’s much bigger than the flag and disrespecting the flag. We’re not...
    Nike released a simple but powerful ad Friday evening following the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis earlier this week. The footwear company posted a minute-long ad with white text over a black screen on its Instagram urging people not to “turn your back on racism” and instead “be part of the change.” BENGALS ROOKIE JOE BURROW SAYS ‘BLACK COMMUNITY NEEDS OUR HELP’ IN WAKE OF GEORGE FLOYD DEATH, VIOLENT UNREST "For once, Don't Do It,” the text read, playing on Nike’s popular slogan. “Don't pretend there's not a problem in America. Don't turn your back on racism. Don't accept innocent lives being taken from us. Don't make any more excuses. Don't think this doesn't affect you. Don't sit back and be silent. Don't think you can't be part of the change. Let's all be part of the change." EAGLES' CARSON WENTZ, ZACH ERTZ SPEAK OUT ON GEORGE FLOYD CASE Nike’s stance on the issue comes after several athletes joined a nationwide movement to publicly condemn the officers involved in Floyd’s death. Floyd was killed as Minneapolis police officers...
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