Monthly Archives: September 2017

Mercedes F1 boss feels sympathy for Vettel and Ferrari in Malaysia

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says he feels sympathy for Sebastian Vettel after Lewis Hamilton’s championship rival suffered misfortune for the second successive Formula 1 race weekend

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Haider Ackermann Spring 2018 Runway

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Living With 100,000 Cockroaches, And Enjoying It

Keeping our homes free of cockroaches is a priority for just about everybody. So it is hard to imagine anybody willingly living with cockroaches, let alone one hundred thousand of them. However, one Chinese woman, Yuan Meixia, lives with at least this many cockroaches, and she loves it. She is with the roaches during all their life stages, and she treats them like their her own children. You may be wondering why anybody would be willing to live with hundreds of thousands of cockroaches. Well, for Yuan Meixia, keeping cockroaches earns her a hefty profit from pharmaceutical companies. These companies use roaches as an ingredient in some medications.

Meixia, is a 37-year-old pharmacy employee located in the Fujian province. Meixia’s home is situated next to a heavily forested region where roaches are common. This makes finding her beloved roaches a rather easy task. Sadly, Meixia is eventually forced to let go of her pet roaches. The roaches are eventually dried and sold to a factory located in the Anhui province. Despite only having the roaches for a short time, she claims to care for all of them like they were her own children. Meixia certainly puts a lot of time into caring for the roaches in her home, as she regularly keeps her walls covered in water during the warmer seasons so the roaches do not become too hot. During the colder season she keeps a gaslight stove operating all day in order to keep the roaches warm. Her home is also customized to be roach-friendly.

Meixia keeps more palmetto bugs than any other type of cockroach. Palmetto bugs are winged cockroaches that are common in America. In fact, sometimes palmetto bugs are referred to as American cockroaches in the United States. Here in the US, many people confuse palmetto bugs with beetles or other types of insects. Palmetto bugs thrive in damp conditions and they are attracted to sweets and starch. Palmetto bugs and other roaches have long been used as medical remedies. According to Researchers at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University, Palmetto bugs can benefit liver functioning. These types of roaches are used for treating liver-related ailments, and more.

Would you live with hundreds of thousand of insects if you were paid a hefty profit for doing so? Is there any amount of money that could get you to adopt and raise roaches, or any other types of insects?

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Video: Riding the Trans-Siberian Railway to Mongolia

The Trans-Siberian Railway runs for more than 9290 km (5772 miles) starting in Moscow and running to Vladivostock in the east. For more than a hundred years, it has been a mode of transportation across the wild and remote parts of Russia. In this video, we hop aboard the train for a quick three minute tour across 6275 km (3900 miles) of its length, stretching into Mongolia. Along the way, you’ll…

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Wells Fargo bank teller stole nearly $200,000 from a customer and spent it on a down payment for his home and several vacations

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A Wells Fargo bank teller accused of stealing $185,000 from a homeless customer has agreed to a plea deal, according to court documents cited by The Washington Post.

The former employee, 29-year-old Phelon Davis, pleaded guilty to a felony charge of interstate transfer of stolen property this week after a 2014 encounter with a homeless customer who tried to deposit $185,000 in cash at a Wells Fargo branch in Washington, DC, the court documents said.

The customer, who was not named but was described as a homeless street vendor, had existing accounts at the bank, but he lacked the identification documents he needed to deposit the $185,000 worth of cash he had been carrying in a garbage bag. The Post said. The man was turned away.

The homeless man “had a surprisingly large balance with the bank,” The Post reported, citing a document related to the case. Davis was accused of forging the customer’s signature to fraudulently open a Wells Fargo account in the customer’s name — including an online login, an ATM card, and personal identification number, all of which Davis controlled. He funded the account with $3,000 of the homeless customer’s money.

The customer had no access to email or the internet, according to The Post, and thus had no knowledge of the fraudulent activity, the newspaper said.

Court documents showed that, over the course of two years, Davis transferred $177,400 of that customer’s money between accounts, and withdrew $185,440, taking $5,000 across state lines, the court documents said. Davis used some of the stolen cash as a down payment on his home, took several vacations, and paid some debts.

Davis has been ordered to pay back the stolen money and could face up to 30 months in prison.

It appears Davis fraudulently opened the accounts during the same period in which Wells Fargo employees were accused of fraudulently opening millions of accounts in customers’ names between at least 2011 and 2015. It was unclear whether Davis’ activity was related to that scandal, which exploded in 2016 and eventually drove then-CEO John Stumpf out of the company. Wells Fargo in July agreed to shell out $142 million to settle the matter.

SEE ALSO: BUFFETT: Wells Fargo made 3 huge mistakes during the fake accounts scandal but one ‘dwarfs all the others’

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Brands Hatch BTCC: Goff takes second straight pole ahead of finale

Eurotech Racing’s Jack Goff claimed a second straight pole in a hectic British Touring Car Championship qualifying session at Brands Hatch

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Lewis Hamilton takes Malaysian GP pole, Sebastian Vettel at the back

Lewis Hamilton narrowly beat Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen to pole position for Formula 1’s final Malaysian Grand Prix, as title rival Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari suffered engine problems and qualified last

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Motorsport TV video animation: Why Formula 1 cars can't overtake

Formula 1 drivers struggle to overtake thanks to the negative effect the turbulent aerodynamic wake of a car has on the one behind

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21 New or Soon-to-Drop Fall Eyeshadow Palettes That Are Worth the Hype

Fall is here and a great way to herald in the new season is by switching up your beauty look. And what better way to do that than by starting with one of the most important parts of your face — your eyes (second only to your brows). This season, designers have launched a dizzying array of lust-worthy new eyeshadow palettes; some of the best we’ve seen in a while. These eye-pleasing palettes will break you out of your basic beige shadow rut. Not only will you have hours of play, but also most of these one-stop shadow sets boast a dazzling array of hues that will take you from day to night with ease. Click through for the best eyeshadow palettes for fall above.

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Best Eyeshadow Palettes for Fall That Are Worth the Hype

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Giant Rockslides in Yosemite Claim One Life, Change the Landscape in the Valley

Unusual news from Yosemite National Park, where two major rockslides have occurred in as many days. The two incidences have left visitors to the Yosemite Valley stunned, with one claiming the life of a climber, while the other has altered the face of El Capitan forever.

On Wednesday, Andrew Foster of Wales was hiking with his wife Lucy in the national park when the first of the two slides…

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