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The week that was

Ian Kennedy
Ian Kennedy
I smell Autumn in the air and am looking forward to the changing of the leaves 🍃

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As cooler temps set in and songbirds started their migration south, the annual crashing of birds into the Manhattan skyscrapers season began.
In-person schooling started but the bus driver shortage was so severe in Massachusetts that they had to call in the national guard.
Japan announced that they have successfully tested a new kind of rocket engine that uses shock waves instead of thrust sending a 30 meter rocket over 230 kms into space during a 4 minute flight.
A UK firm announced that it is working on a blimp. The Airlander 10 is the world’s largest aircraft and can fly 100 passengers, 4,000 kms over 5 days with nearly zero emissions. It also has a nickname, The Flying Bum.
Who says you can’t reinvent the wheel. Michelin announced its airless tires are ready for mass production.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX successfully delivered four civilian astronauts into three days of orbit and a successful splashdown landing in a self-driving rocket ship. Elon Musk also sent the obscure cryptocurrency Floki Inu up 1000% when he named his dog Floki.
A prankster put out a fake press release announcing Walmart’s adoption of Litecoin, a cryptocurrency, in a classic pump-and-dump scheme.
Kanye [Ye] West made news by unfollowing his ex-wife Kim Kardashian on Instagram. He made news again by re-following her. The last time there was this much excitement on the IG Follow beat was back when Drake followed Kim when K & K were married.
See you next week 🍂
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