Ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin has been found guilty on all three charges of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.
Chauvin was one of four officers charged in George Floyd's death. The other three -- are facing lesser, but still serious, charges. His bail has been revoked, and sentencing will take place in about eight weeks.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported the highest number of COVID cases in the world in a single week ever, at 5.2 million new cases.
This news comes as half of Americans have received at least the first dose of the COVID vaccine. They also said infections and hospitalizations among people ages 25 to 59 “are increasing at an alarming rate.”
Dog beer is now a growing trend!
Yup, more companies are starting to make beer for dogs. However, this dog beer, has no alcohol in it, but it is still meant to be a treat.
Busch Beer just announced a contest to find a four-legged “chief tasting officer” for its dog brew. If you want to enter your dog in the contest you have until next week. Another company called Good Boy Dog Beer started brewing its product back in 2018.
Both Busch Dog Brew and Good Boy Dog Beer are made from bone broth and a mixture of herbs and spices that are safe for dogs.
Beer for dogs can also have some health benefits because it can help with digestive issues.
Zoom burnout is a real thing… especially for women.
According to a Stanford University study, 13.8% of women feel “very” to “extremely” fatigue after Zoom calls, compared to 5.5% of men.
The biggest reason? Women looking at themselves – aka “self-focused attention.”Pretty much women focus on the way they look during Zoom calls … which stresses them out.
According to a new study, people who speak in a lower pitch are more likely to be promiscuous.
Researchers found that lower voice pitch was linked with higher levels of casual sex. People with deep voices were also found to be more extroverted and have greater “dominance.
If you’re concerned your job might be changing you as a person, you could be right!
According to a new study, work stress is changing your personality. And personality changes can occurs in as little as four weeks. The thing that is most likely changing about you is neuroticism. If you’re stressed at work you may become more neurotic, which makes you more sensitive to stress. However, not all stressors at work are bad. For example, if you meet a difficult deadline that will help you earn a promotion and you meet that deadline it could be very rewarding. Experts say, “Work is naturally stressful, and there’s really no way to avoid that. The problem comes in when the stresses stop being healthy challenges and become overwhelming, out of our control, or without purpose. ”So switch your stresses to challenges.
There is a new motto for summer 2021.
In 2019 it was “Hot Girl Summer,” and 2020 was all about the pandemic, but in 2021 it’s “vaxed and waxed.”
People are already tweeting the phrase Vaxed and waxed!