Author Archives: Richard Morgan

‘Snapchat dysmorphia’ behind booming Brazilian butt lift demand

“Snapchat dysmorphia� drove the plastic surgery business to record heights last year, as a growing number of Americans presented their doctors with filtered selfies and the instruction: “I want to look like this.� Continue reading

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Apple says FaceTime spying bug won’t be fixed until next week

Apple has finally apologized for a creepy video chat flaw that allowed users to eavesdrop on their friends, saying a fix will be released next week. Continue reading

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Database Proof Substratum: Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Implicit Bias Isn’t Discrimination. But It Leads to It

To make a real difference, think policies, not thought training. Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading

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‘Mystery buyer’ of Necco wafers and Sweethearts revealed as Spangler Candy Co.

Spangler Candy Co. has revealed itself as the mystery buyer of the shuttered New England Confectionery Co. Continue reading

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Samsung’s new Galaxy may not be much of a discovery

Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 smartphone introduced on Sunday adds more bells and whistles than ever — but experts wonder if they’ll be enough to kick-start sales. Continue reading

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Money can actually buy you love, survey finds

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