Author: Julia Salvato

As the Washington Post reported earlier this long, hot, summer, a pregnant Texas woman who was driving along in the HOV lane on Dallas’ Central Expressway, was given a ticket for not having a passenger with her. Brandy Bottone, 34 weeks pregnant, argued that her vehicle did indeed fit the HOV lane definition as she did have a passenger. You guessed it – her unborn child. According to another report by NBC Dallas-Ft. Worth, Bottone said: “Well (I’m) not trying to throw a political mix here, but with everything going on (with Roe v. Wade), this counts as a baby.”…

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The year is 2030. Most humans have been replaced by machines in U.S. warehouses and factories. Millions of Americans are out of work and struggling to find jobs as robots pack, sort, ship, and carry out the myriad duties that just ten years ago were the purview of living, breathing workers. There are little job prospects in sight for these workers as automation has completely taken over numerous industries. The Future is Now As fictitious as this sounds, it is not a scene out of a science-fiction novel, but instead a scenario that could occur in the very near future.…

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