Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - August 19 2021

Newsletter 08/19/2022

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Wisconsin public school district affirms ban on teachers displaying Pride materials or identifying their pronouns in emails

A ban on teachers displaying Pride materials in classrooms or writing their pronouns in email signatures will remain in place in a Wisconsin public school district following a contentious board meeting during which parents and students criticized the policy. -CNN

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Jefferson Memorial Cemetery receives backlash for annual car cruise

A Pittsburgh cemetery is facing community backlash after hosting a charity car cruise on its grounds. Jefferson Memorial Cemetery, Funeral Home, Crematory and Arboretum hosted its annual car cruise on Sunday with a beer tent, food trucks and live music. Some people said the event caused heartache for people who went to the cemetery Sunday to grieve the loss of a loved one. Others said they didn't mind that there was an event because it brought the community together. Jefferson Memorial Vice President Dagny V. Neel Fitzpatrick said that they're a memorial park and not a traditional cemetery. They shared a statement that said in part, "We strongly believe a memorial park is more than just a place for burials as our scenic settings invites families, visitors and the community at large to form new traditions of life gatherings." The memorial park has hosted its car show for 10 years to raise money for the American Cancer Society. -CBS News

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Sharenting

Playfully nicknamed “sharenting,” posting pictures online may seem like a fun and easy way to show off your family’s best moments, but a new study cautions that it’s important to understand the risks as well. -StudyFinds.org

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There's a New World Record for Most Ghost Peppers Eaten in a Minute

Earlier this month, Guinness World Records announced that they had certified Gregory Foster's record for most Bhut Jolokia chili peppers (aka ghost peppers) eaten in one minute, and video of the attempt, which took place on November 14, 2021, finally landed on YouTube this week. The California resident downed 17 peppers in total, equal to 110.50 grams (or 3.98 ounces), which bested the previous record of 97 grams (or 3.42 ounces) set by Mike Jack in London, Ontario, on March 2, 2019. -Foodandwine.com

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