Why is airport food so expensive?

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Source: The Hustle The reasons you pay a massive markup on a water bottle are more complex than you might think. Earlier this week, while waiting to board an early morning flight from San Francisco to Portland, Oregon, I found myself stranded in Terminal 2, hungry and parched.  My search for sustenance led me to …

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Michelin Introduce Puncture Proof Airless Tire

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Source: Cars Overview Michelin’s new Unique Puncture-Proof Tire System (Uptis) does away with one of the defining aspects of tires as we’ve known them for more than 100 years: the air inside. Unlike past attempts at airless tires, Uptis functions the way other modern tires do and, Michelin claims, will provide a similar driving experience. …

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Did the Dutch ‘steal’ this African food?

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Source: BBC It’s been the basis of Ethiopia’s staple dish for more than 2,000 years, so how did a Dutch man claim ownership of the new ‘superfood’ teff? In the early 1980s, images of starving children in drought-stricken landscapes were beamed into lounge rooms around the world as aid organisations made appeals to help the …

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Leaked Documents: Oliver North Warned NRA Over $24 Million in Legal Bills

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Source: MSN The NRA has racked up huge legal bills over the last year that threaten to debilitate the organization, according to documents posted anonymously online that appear to be written by the group’s ex-president Oliver North. The bills highlight the organization’s extraordinary legal challenges. A person close to the matter confirmed the authenticity of …

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US warns foreign companies doing business with Venezuela to tread lightly

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Source: MSN Money The Trump administration is taking steps to punish anyone doing business with the Venezuelan defense sector — including foreign entities trying to quell dissent by shutting down the internet. It’s the latest effort by the administration to ratchet up pressure on the Caracas government and oust Nicolas Maduro from power. The U.S. …

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