Woke Deadspin Editor Gets to Learn New Skills While Spending More Time With Her Puerto Rican Neighbors

I have never been a big sports guy and the whole internet sports site thing is a really off-putting. It is pretty obvious that the sports experience or knowledge of the writers isn’t all that great and to an increasing degree the writers don’t even want to talk about sports. They want to talk about their favorite progressive causes and their fully woke sensibilities.

QuadrigaCX Users Request Details on How EY Lost 103 Bitcoins

Users of now-defunct Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX are requesting further information concerning the recent loss of 103 Bitcoins (BTC) during the funds’ recovery.
An unfortunate loss
As Cointelegraph reported in February, one of the Big Four accounting firms — EY (formerly branded as Ernst & Young) — was appointed by QuadrigaCX as an independent third party to monitor the proceedings in a creditor protection case.

Customs Intercepts N5bn Worth Of Tramadol, Other Drugs

The Nigerian Customs Service has intercepted containers of tramadol worth N5 billion in Lagos.
The Spokesman for the service, Joseph Attah, confirmed this to journalists at the Customs Training College on Friday.
This comes barely three weeks after officials of the service destroyed over 50 containers of tramadol and other drugs worth about N7billion.
Attah said the Comptroller-General of Customs Strike Force in Zone ‘A’ intercepted the haul.

Taliban say killing of leader’s brother will not derail U.S. talks

Members of a bomb disposal unit survey the site after a blast at a mosque in Kuchlak, in the outskirts of Quetta, Pakistan August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer
August 17, 2019
By Jibran Ahmed
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – Afghan Taliban officials said on Saturday the killing of the brother of their leader in a bomb attack would not derail talks with the United States aimed at securing the withdrawal of U.S. troops after 18 years of war.


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