So...have you seen this? It is a gazelle jumping into a car to get a way from a cheetah! This was freaky.
This story got my attention: Scout leader could face charges for shooting a bear So apparently the boys left food out and the bear got in it. They tried to get rid of the bear, but that didn't work so the leader shot the bear. While on the one hand it makes sense, but on the other it seems a little bit extreme. I guess that's the DNR's problem.
This is a perfect example of how the news likes to make things such a big deal that really aren't. Here's the headline New Utah NSA center requires 1.7M gallons of water daily to operate. So why is that startling...well we are in Utah which is a desert and the normal person is regularly asked to conserve water. So why would the government take that much? It is a huge number...however you read the article and realize that its not that big of a deal. That's the same amount of water that a bottling company and other similar industrial buildings would use, and it's only 1% of the demand in that area. Also, the city is going to have to time to get ready for the demand. Finally, a third of the water is going to go back to Bluffdale parks and other green things that need watering. So seriously, headlines are just there to get you to click on them!
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