Who could know that something as innocent as the sesame seed could be so dangerous? For some people, allergies to sesame and seeds can be as deadly as an allergy to peanuts. New government warnings could hurt West Texas sesame farmers.
The shoplifting problem is also motivating some store locations to be even more determined to check customers when they leave the store. In some cases, it might be argued that over-zealous security personnel are going too far.
A social media post may be proof of one glaring example.
The shoplifting epidemic is on fire. Retailers are losing more money than ever before. Major CEOs are warning of even higher prices as a result.Not only are higher prices the result of all this theft, but there is also another side effect. Stores here in San Angelo and nationwide are locking more and more items behind plexiglass or behind security devices.
the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission now says that gas stoves may have to be regulated or totally banned.
That means 40% of households in the U.S. will have to buy a new stove.
The head of the Commission Richard Trumpka Jr. told Bloomberg News,
"Any option is on the table. Products that can't be made safe can be banned."
Aging In Place researched a number of factors to determine the loneliest states in America. The factors considered in the research included the number of people searching for friendship apps and the number of single-person households. So, how did Texas turn out?
can you legally record a phone conversation with another person in Texas without their consent? The short answer is yes. What about in the workplace? As with questions of legality, things get complicated fast.
rash Can Nachos are going viral on TikTok. Not only do they contain layers of tortilla chips and delectable toppings, but there is also a twist. This dish has all the excitement of the "Big Reveal". If you do it right, the oohs and aahs that spontaneously erupt when the dish slides out of the can be almost as spirited as a Cowboys touchdown.
n modern times, we have a vast array of foods to choose from. Your local supermarket routinely carries foods from all over the world, including fresh fruits and vegetables. This was not the case out here on the frontier when Fort Concho flourished in the 1800s.