Bobby Hitting His 2 Year mark of Sobriety
Drinking can be addictive and can interfere with your business and lifestyle. You won’t often have the time and energy to work towards your business goals and achieve the success you want for your business. We are very proud of Bobby who has achieved his 2-year mark of sobriety. In St. Louis, the majority of people can’t achieve this goal because of what St. Louis is, a drinking city. It becomes tough for people to stop drinking because it’s on almost every occasion.
The 1-year mark when quitting drinking is always the hardest. The second-year can go by without you even noticing that you’ve already stopped drinking. Aside from achieving his second year of sobriety, 75 hard is also another thing he is continuing to accomplish, a great book on helping you get a healthier body and improve your mental health.
Airbnb is banning parties
There are a lot of hosts on Airbnb that are going against parties at their estate which is why Airbnb decided to ban parties. Apparently, hosts are still encouraging people to rent out their places for parties. Banning parties has already started in 2019, but loosened the ban in 2020. This was because all the bars were closed due to the pandemic. However, they still did proceed with the ban after the pandemic continued to rise.
Recently they opened it back up and the issue wasn’t because of the pandemic, but because their neighborhoods were complaining about the parties. Nothing has really changed, but Airbnb has a zero-tolerance policy. So if they find that you planned a party after getting an Airbnb, then they are going to suspend you or remove you entirely from the app. We can’t really tell how Airbnb is tracking users and most high school graduates around 18-19 are booking Airbnb. If Airbnb did track and give that user a suspension or a ban, then the teens will probably just cycle to the next account.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr asking for Apple and Google to remove Tiktok from stores
They want to remove Tiktok from Apple and Google stores for its pattern of surreptitious data practice. In their data practice, all the algorithms and data they collect from the US are stored. Tiktok is owned by a Chinese company ByteDance and it would seem that the app is similar to sheep’s clothing. They are harvesting all these data from the US and the government doesn’t like that.
The algorithm for what pops up and what rewards people on TikTok is very different in China than they are in the US. In China, the algorithm works to where what China wants its youth to do. This includes videos on engineering, chemistry, science, finance, and more interesting videos. Whereas the algorithm in the US, people would see the milk crate challenge or videos about dance challenges. People could scroll hours and hours and pick up nothing that can enhance the youth. This led to debates about whether this was an actual inadvertent attempt to sabotage the youth of America.
Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years in prison
This was a case that many people have been following but it was refused to be televised. Ghislaine was part of child trafficking or underage prostitution. She’s been involved in this for around the same length of years as she is about to go to prison for including countless other people involved.
It raises the question, “How is she not in for life?” She was luring the children back and is basically the operations manager for the whole thing.
Facebook and Instagram remove abortion pill posts
Facebook also removed posts previously about how people posted saying COVID-19 is not real. This is the same for people who posted about anti-masks and Facebook also took those down. There will always be something that’s right and something that’s wrong when it comes to abortion pill posts.
It is a free market so people should be able to post about it. Then people started to remake posts saying the exact same thing by replacing it with a different term, and Facebook didn’t really notice that.
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