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  1. I stopped going to this chain restaurant when I found a roach baked into my sandwich bread.

  2. From the article: Apple has secured the top spot on Forbes' annual list of the World's Most Admired Companies, taking first place for the 16th consecutive year. In a repeat of the last 15 editions of the list, Apple has managed to maintain its position at number one on the list, compiled by Forbes. Once again, Apple pulls ahead of many major organizations, including Amazon and Microsoft tied for second place, and Berkshire Hathaway in fourth.

  3. From the article: An arctic air mass descended on Ontario and Quebec on Friday, bringing with it frigid temperatures which combined with a wind chill made it feel as cold as -40ºC (-40F). While Tesla vehicles had no problem operating in the cold, unlike many of the gas powered cars that left their owners stranded, the temperatures did have a greater impact on range than many expected, causing long line ups at Tesla Superchargers in both provinces.

  4. From the article: New research indicates that the stress and anxiety caused by COVID-19 is affecting the mental health of employees in a significant way. The findings, which appear in

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  7. From the article: The past year saw a remarkable increase in wind and solar power adoption in the European Union. A new report from Ember, a UK-based energy think tank that uses "data-driven insights" to promote a shift from coal to clean electricity, says that the EU successfully overcame the energy crisis triggered by Vladimir Putin's invasion war against Ukraine.

  8. From the article: Tesla owners in Quebec have their first new Supercharger station of 2023 in Saint-Louis-de-Blandford, following station openings in British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario last month.

  9. From the article: A judge in Columbia consulted OpenAI's chatbot ChatGPT in preparing a ruling in a children's medical rights case, a local radio station reported.

  10. From the article: An online survey in Australia explored the links between “dark” personality traits and the perpetration of online “catfishing” (deceiving and exploiting another person). Results showed that people with higher levels of psychopathy, sadism and narcissism were more likely to perpetrate catfishing. The study was published in

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