Author: Dustin Mcginty

Monkeypox as implied by the name was first isolated in monkeys. However, the virus is primarily carried by rodents. It is an infection caused by a virus similar to that of smallpox though it tends to be more severe when compared to smallpox. It has been known to be common in African countries. It spreads through intimate contact and social interactions between an infected person and uninfected. Monkeypox is referred to as endemic because the infection has spread between rodents and humans for a long time. According to experts, this strain of virus has spread undetected and adapted to transmitting…

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James Pitenis is an entrepreneur, digital marketing expert, and business consultant, best known for his comprehensive business networking with Fortune 500 companies, creating strategic partnerships. Among his career highlights is extensive work with Marketing 360, one of the largest leading digital marketing agencies in the USA. In his role, he has been responsible for sourcing millions of dollars of business, annually, and continues to make his name as a breakout star in the digital marketing field. Pitenis was also instrumental in helping to scale Wojo Media, a facebook ad management agency, as well as establishing the foundations for their successful…

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If you are a fan of sports betting and live in the state of Florida, you might be ticked off by the court ruling from Saturday. The Seminole Tribe’s Hard Rock Sportsbook announced on Saturday that there would be an immediate suspension of its operation in Florida. This result comes after an appelate ruling by the court that rejected a request to continue its online sports betting as it tries to resolve and overturn a lower court decision. This news is terrible for the people who reside in Florida and enjoy spending their money on online sports betting. There is…

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With all of the changes to marijuana laws in the United States, it’s pretty hard to keep up with the changing currents around the one of the nation’s most controversial controlled substances. Yet, as with many things, the writing seems to be on the wall for laws criminalizing pot as many states have enacted their own decriminalization measures and some predict the federal government is right around the corner with a similar move. In the meantime, however, marijuana remains illegal and you probably shouldn’t keep it in a storage facility. You never know who might stumble upon it. That said,…

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Hamrick Hudson, a Charlotte, North Carolina man was charged, arrested and indicted with 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for wire fraud which is the maximum amount one can be fined for such a scheme, according to an article in The Charlotte Observer. So how did Hamrick manage to cheat Amazon out of $290,000? How did he come up with such a ploy? He would buy a high priced product such as a laptop or coffee maker, put in for a return on the product but would send a cheaper version of the same thing back and then…

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City Limits Taproom and Grille, the popular Deland, Florida bar, recently moved from its previous location to 4425 North US Highway 17. To bring a new atmosphere to the already popular bar and restaurant, owner Peter Ferrentino scheduled the re-opening for early October. “We are excited to give our customers a new experience,” Ferrentino told Daytona Examiner, “City Limits will be the spot in Volusia county!” 25-years-ago, Peter Ferrentino, a young Deland entrepreneur, made a living in the vending machine industry before starting his new venture, the City Limits Taproom and Grille. Ferrentino’s journey began in 2007, with the purchase…

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The divorce between John Wes Townley and former wife Laura Townley was just finalized when the former NASCAR driver, who retired in 2017, decided to attack her and was subsequently shot dead, Georgia police report. The former driver was 31 years old. John Wes Townley arrived at his former wife Laura Townley’s Five Points Atlanta home armed with a hatchet and, during the ensuing altercation with police, the former Nascar driver was shot as he attempted to attack Laura and Zachary Anderson, a 32-year-old guest of her home. Anderson responded to John Wes Townley’s incursion, firing several shots during the…

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It could be deja vu all over again for US consumers this fall and winter as new limits on staple items take hold at one of the largest retailers. Costco is reportedly limiting the sale of toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and other items in a bid to shore up inventory and keep it available for consumers as production and logistics problems tie up new product shipments. Following a limit on the sale of certain fresh meat items, Costco’s latest move can be seen as a proactive measure on the company’s part as well as be interpreted as a sign of…

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Supply chain issues around the world are forcing retailers to take drastic steps to keep shelves stocked so that as many customers as possible have a chance to purchase items like fuel and food if they want to do so. And now it looks like these issues are finally hitting home for some of us in the United States. Temporary meat shortages due to COVID-19 have pushed some grocery stores around Volusia County to limit fresh chicken purchases. Currently, all Sam’s Club locations are limiting the purchase of all fresh chicken products to a 2-pack limit per person. Sam’s isn’t…

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