Top 20 Most Brutal Punishments Given To Cheaters

Cheating is fun, until you get caught! For this list, we’re looking at ways video game developers have punished players for cheating their way through their favorite games. Our list includes Getting Cheesed “Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy” (2017), Using Autofire “Metal Gear Solid” (1997), Branded as a Thief “The>>>

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What The AIDS Crisis Can Teach Us About The Coronavirus Pandemic | NBC News NOW

The coronavirus is unprecedented in many ways. But it is not the first time the U.S. has experienced a pandemic or an epidemic. During the 1980s HIV/AIDS spread across the country, causing fear, uncertainty and mass casualties. NBC News’ Brian Latimer explains what the AIDS crisis can teach us about>>>

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Mother Orangutan Teaches Daughter How to Survive in the Rainforest | Life | BBC Earth

This 42-year-old orangutan mother has to teach her 6-year-old the ways of the forest. It will take years of learning for the youngster gain enough knowledge of her treetop home before she too, can pass on the knowledge to her children one day. Original Author: Produced by BBC Earth and published>>>

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Coronavirus: Canada faith groups find ways to safely serve | Canada News | Al Jazeera

Toronto, Canada – When Canada’s most extensive Sikh gurdwara stopped its langar, or even community kitchen space, final month because of the coronavirus, volunteers recognized it might certainly not be actually closed for long. “Nothing similar to this has actually occurred previously,” claimed Ranjit Singh Dulay, secretary of the Ontario>>>

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Inside Alabama Distillery That Shifted Its Entire Supply Chain To Make Hand Sanitizer | NBC News NOW

Companies across the country are finding innovative ways to combat the coronavirus. One distillery from Huntsville, AL changed their entire production process to make hand sanitizer for their local community. Original Author: Produced by NBC News and published on 08/04/2020

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Forbidden to gather, people of faith are finding ways to connect during the pandemic | CBC News

Across Quebec, at noon today and on Sundays from now until Easter, church bells will peal  — not to welcome church-goers to mass and Sunday services, but to send a message of hope and mutual support that can be heard far and wide. Like theatres, concert halls and sports arenas, all places>>>

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