I am not sure how old this news is but apparently 200 cows died in Wisconsin. Some kind of pneumonia I guess they are saying.
Does anyone think that its odd that we keep getting news of dying animals or is it just normal and its because we get more news faster nowadays?
by Mr. Happy 6 years ago
I am curious why Youtube has so many advertisments nowadays? Does anyone know?At first Youtube was free and it operated quite a long time as such, how come all of a sudden it needs money? And it needs so much money that advertising have plagued almost every video ... The same may be said of the...
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
Computer security experts say they have evidence that results were hacked or manipulated in three key states that emphasize electronic voting."In Wisconsin, Clinton received 7 percent fewer votes in counties that relied on electronic-voting machines compared with counties that used optical...
by Stephanie Rivera-Rios 6 years ago
Do you or anyone you know NOT have a Facebook or Twitter nowadays because they choose not to?Everyone nowadays has a Facebook or Twitter -- myself included. So who doesn't?
by Charlu 6 years ago
Can a moose live in Florida, if not why not and has anyone ever had one as a pet?
by sunforged 7 years ago
Disenfranchisement Movement?Must have had my head in the dirt or clouds or something, but this topic is new "news" to me. Today I have read reports from Rolling Stone, 3rd party Think Tanks, Non Partisan Watchdog groups and many many traditional news sources.So has it been mainstream news...
by MeanGreen 6 years ago
Is getting over 200 views per day considered good on hubpages? Looking for a basic benchmark for comparison... I have 40 hubs written, and while most of them are fairly new, and probably haven't had enough time to get the recurring viewers I like, I am fairly pleased. However, I would love your...
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