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Author Natasha Tynes sparked outrage on social media after she tweeted a photo of a black Metro employee eating on the train and reported the woman to her bosses. Now, Tynes may lose her book deal.

Tynes, a writer and World Bank employee in Washington, tweeted a photo Friday morning of a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority employee in uniform eating on one of the service's trains.

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This startup invented underwear you can wear for weeks without washing

"Underwear you can wear for weeks" has been invented by a group of young men.
Four Danish innovators in their 20s have invented undergarments that only need washing a couple of times per month.
The special ingredient is silver, which kills 99.9% of all bacteria.

Yes, that's right — underpants you can wear for weeks without washing. But Organic Basics' mission as a company is not to advocate laziness amongst the younger generation, though it might seem the case.

No; it's all about saving the environment.

 

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