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Polish Olympian auctions silver medal to help sick child

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — An Olympic athlete from Poland auctioned her silver medal from the Tokyo Games to raise money for a life-saving operation for an infant boy, and then was told by the buyer that she could keep her prize.

Maria Andrejczyk, a 25-year-old javelin thrower who overcame bone cancer and a shoulder injury to compete at this year’s Olympics, said she decided to auction her medal to help the boy knowing how much she had to “fight against adversity and pain.”


NEW Billy Idol song

Billy Idol - Bitter Taste (Official Music Video)


George Harrison - Let It Down (2020 Mix)

This new mix sounds great.


Danny Elfman - "Get Over It"


Blur- Coffee and TV


U2- Zooropa


Gebbers Farms reaches settlement over COVID-19 violations

TUMWATER — Okanogan County's Gebbers Farms will make $2 million worth of housing and safety upgrades for its farmworkers and their families rather than pay fines of about the same amount to the state Department of Labor & Industries in a settlement announced Wednesday.

L&I fined Gebbers Farms $2,038,200 — the largest fine in the state's history — for a total of 30 violations the agency claims contributed to COVID-related deaths of two farmworkers last summer.

The state fined Gebbers Farms after two inspections in 2020 found 12 violations related to unsafe sleeping arrangements in temporary worker housing and another 12 for unsafe worker transportation.

Two farm workers died from COVID-19 while living and working at Gebbers Farm in July 2020 — a 37-year old man from Mexico and a 63-year old man from Jamaica. L&I later issued another six violations, which included not reporting a COVID-fatality, according to the news release.


Great, the workers will have better living quarters to die in sometime in the future. 💀

Mike Howe, lead singer of Metal Church, dies at 55

Mike Howe, the singer from the heavy metal band Metal Church, died Monday morning at his home in Eureka, Calif. He was 55.

Led by Kurdt Vanderhoof, Metal Church was formed in 1980 and has been credited as a vital influence on thrash metal. The band has released 12 studio albums and counted over 20 members, past and present. It's had three albums that charted on the Billboard 200: 1987's The Dark, 1989's Blessing in Disguise, and 2016's XI. Howe first joined the band in 1988, replacing then-singer David Wayne.



Clutch - 10001110101


WSU Cougars football coach Nick Rolovich elects not to get COVID-19 vaccine,

Second-year Washington State coach Nick Rolovich won’t be attending Pac-12 media day in person this year due to the event’s vaccination requirements, he announced via Twitter on Wednesday. According to the conference, Pac-12 media day participants must be fully vaccinated in order to attend the single-day event held on July 27 at Hollywood and Highland.

According to multiple reports, Rolovich is the only Pac-12 head coach who won’t be in attendance at media day. Two WSU players, running back Max Borghi and linebacker Jahad Woods, will represent the Cougars in Hollywood next week.

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