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‘New fear unlocked’: Crab gets stuck in TikToker’s ear while snorkeling, viral video shows

The Daily Dot 30 Mar 2022
A TikTok showing a woman having a crab pulled out of her ear has unlocked a new fear for many users on the platform, with some commenters saying that the video made them jump ... In the video, someone using a pair of angled forceps, or tweezers, probes the ear canal of a woman who has a small crustacean lodged inside it.


Bowling Green Daily News 29 Apr 2020
(TNS). Tribune News Service. International Budget for Wednesday, April 29, 2020 ... U.S ... MOVED ... ^Another transgender woman killed in Puerto Rico — the third in 8 days<. ^PUERTORICO-TRANSGENDER-DEATHS.NY—<The transgender and gender non-conforming community in Puerto Rico is mourning the death of another murder victim — the third in just over one week ... .

Los Angeles Times Page One advisory for Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Finger Lakes Times 20 Sep 2018
But, amid the #MeToo backlash over sexual misconduct, GOP leaders risk angering voters —particularly suburban women —if they seem to be dismissing the allegations of California professor Christine Blasey Ford or mistreating a woman who says she was victim of attempted rape.

Trump to visit Puerto Rico amid criticism of storm response

This is Money 26 Sep 2017
People carry water bottles filled from a canal in Toa Alta, Puerto Rico ... Puerto Rican-born singer Marc Anthony told Trump in a tweet with an expletive thrown in to stop talking about the National Football League and "do something about our people in need in #PuertoRico.". A woman prepares food outside her damaged home in Toa Alta, Puerto Rico ... .
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