There’s A “Tinder Type” App For Teens-A new, free dating app is being called Tinder for teens and it's raising some eyebrows.
Yellow is targeted at teenagers from 13-to-17-years-old and already has over a million downloads. All that's required to create an account on Yellow is a name, birthday and a clear photo of the user's face. Teenagers can then start swiping left or right depending on if they like the picture, and Yellow then connects them through other social media apps.
Some parents are concerned about Yellow because the age of the user isn't verified. Parents also bring up the point that the kids aren’t even at the legal age of consent. Source: ABC 12 Flint
A Record Breaking Rollercoaster Is Coming To Missouri-An 1880s themed amusement park in Branson, Missouri is announcing record-breaking plans.
Silver Dollar City unveiled plans this week for the new attraction named Time Traveler. It is expected to be the fastest, steepest and tallest spinning roller-coaster in the world. The ride will take thrill seekers from zero to 47 miles-per-hour in just three seconds and features a ten-story drop. The 26-million dollar project will be open Spring of 2018.
The project took two years to plan.
Source: Ozarks First
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The Bottom Line: Need An Argument Settled Between My Husband And I About Who Should Get The Baby In The Middle of The Night
Good morning guys my name is Kristen and I’m a new mom to a beautiful little girl named Ava and my husband and I couldn’t be happier. We listen to your show every morning while getting ready for work and can’t tell you how much we love your show.
So right now were arguing over whom should get the baby in the middle of the night. He works from home and I’m on maternity leave. Right now I’ve gotten the baby almost every night of the week.
I’m so sleep deprived I feel like I’m dying. He says he has to work so he won’t get up. But he stays home and is on a computer for like 3 hours a day and spends the rest playing online poker. I feel like he should at least get the baby 3 nights a week instead of the 2 nights he’s been doing it now.
Do you think it’s fair to ask my husband to get up with the baby because he works from home? You guys need to help us settle this argument!
How To Stay Safe While Taking An Eclipse Selfie
It’s almost time for the Great American Eclipse, which is happening Monday, August 21. Millions of Americans are eagerly anticipating this once-in-a-lifetime event, and no doubt many are wondering if they can sneak a selfie in during the experience. Most experts recommend putting your phone down and enjoying the brief celestial event, but plenty of people are still going to be snapping selfies.
So if you do plan to take a photo during the eclipse, here’s some advice from Nathan Yanasak and Jeri Ann Beckworth from the Department of Radiology and Imaging at Augusta University’s Medical College of Georgia.
- Lower your expectations - The eclipse will look tiny in your photos, so focus on getting wide views with the sky and atmosphere included.
- Keep your solar eclipse glasses on - Safety is crucial! Don’t look directly at the sun and don’t take off your safety glasses.
- Be quick - The totality period is only about two minutes and 30 seconds or less, so snap your selfie fast so you still have time to take it all in.
- Practice adjusting your camera’s control exposure settings - Get to know your phone camera’s settings and practice before the eclipse.
- Consider downloading an advanced phone app, such as ProCamera - It’ll give you more exposure settings and features.
And when it’s time to actually take the eclipse selfie, here’s what to do:
- Switch your flash from “Auto” to “On.”
- Turn on your front-facing camera, so you see yourself on the screen.
- Move around so that you see the moon over your shoulder.
- Use your right hand to adjust the exposure to the moon and hold.
- Use your left hand to take the photo.
- Then put your phone away and enjoy the moment, even if you didn’t get the photo you wanted.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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