- Nov 6, 2016
Just when we thought the “mystery seeds” story had died down, Motherboard has provided a comprehensive update on what, exactly, people have been doing with the unsolicited seed packets they’ve received from China. Having filed dozens of FOIA requests with every state’s department of agriculture and with the USDA and its various labs, Motherboard editor Jason Koebler reveals that, despite the many warnings from the government not to plant the seeds (for fear of invasive species and fungi contaminating our native crops), hundreds of people did so anyway—while others straight up ate the seeds.
In our tech-first a world is full digital transparency between couples actually required in a relationship? And how dangerous could our oversharing be?
If you are in a relationship, but are not married, do you share your passwords with your significant other? It seems that most Americans do.
While you're busy celebrating Banana Pudding Lovers Month, National Georgia Pecan Month, Peanut Butter Lovers Month, and World Vegan Month, be sure to schedule in these daily celebrations, some of which are seasonally relevant—and some of which are not relevant to anything at all.
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