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Just Look At These Fancy Port-A-Potties ›
Brand new. Custom-made. Solar-powered. Brightly colored. Classic Victorian design. Location, location, location — conveniently situated in downtown San Francisco. We're referring, of course, to the latest addition to the city's fleet of public toilets. San Francisco rolled out its new "Painted Lady" toilet model this week. And we mean literally rolled out — the toilet is part of the city's Pit Stop fleet of mobile, fully staffed public toilet facilities. Honestly, we're sharing this story because the news has been draining lately — a lot of us are wiped out. A brightly colored, high-tech port-a-potty that apes an ornately embellished house? We couldn't hold in our delight. But these fancified loos are also part of a serious story about public health and human dignity. The Pit Stop program delivers clean, portable toilets to serve San Francisco's large homeless population. That helps keep human feces and urine off of public streets, as the Los Angeles Times reported two years ago . They
Wed, 22 Nov 2017 20:30:00 +0000
Trump administration decision forces Haitian families to confront an uncertain future in the US ›
Ronyde Christina Ponthieux's smile widens as her father, Rony, gives her a nod of approval. The 10-year-old proudly rattles off a list of interesting facts about the United States's unique connection to Haiti but isn't sure if she correctly remembers the number of Haitian soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War. His nod is all the confirmation she needs. "I knew I was right," she giggles excitedly. "It's 477!" History lessons about the relationship between Rony's homeland and the country they call home are common in the Ponthieux household. Today, those lessons are all the more important as the family's future in the US is now uncertain. The Department of Homeland Security announced Monday that after seven years, as of Jan. 1, it will terminate the Temporary Protected Status Haitian immigrants  have had since 2010. TPS is granted to people from countries that have experienced catastrophes, such as armed conflict or a natural disaster. President Barack Obama granted TPS to Haiti
Wed, 22 Nov 2017 20:28:36 +0000
'I Don't Believe In Science,' Says Flat-Earther Set To Launch Himself In Own Rocket ›
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp2q_dKuc-c On Saturday, a limousine driver plans to launch himself on a mile-long flight over the Mojave Desert in a rocket of his own making. His name is "Mad" Mike Hughes, his steam-powered rocket is built of salvaged metals, his launchpad is repurposed from a used mobile home — and he is confident this will mark the first step toward proving the Earth is flat, after all. "It's the most interesting story in the world," Hughes told The Associated Press of his jury-rigged quest to overturn more than two millennia of scientific knowledge. And the whole thing is costing him just $20,000, according to the AP. (It goes without saying, but we'll say this anyway: Do not try this at home — or anywhere. ) "I don't believe in science," Hughes added. "I know about aerodynamics and fluid dynamics and how things move through the air, about the certain size of rocket nozzles, and thrust. But that's not science, that's just a formula. There's no difference between
Wed, 22 Nov 2017 19:50:00 +0000
Dakota Political Junkies: Jon Hunter ›
In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 2 Jon Hunter is publisher of the Madison Daily Leader. He joins us for our weekly state politics update. Today we talk about the Keystone pipeline leak and potential political implications as well as recent comments by South Dakota’s Congressional delegation regarding politics and accusations of sexual harassment.
Wed, 22 Nov 2017 19:34:31 +0000
Avera’s Zero Suicide Initiative ›
In The Moment ... November 22, 2017 Show 226 Hour 2 Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. Nearly 45,000 people die from it each year. In the last 15 years, the rate of suicide has increased almost 25 percent. Joining us to talk about recent efforts in South Dakota for research, prevention, and intervention is Matthew Stanley, DO, Vice President for Avera's Behavioral Health Clinical Service Line.
Wed, 22 Nov 2017 19:32:34 +0000
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