7 Stories We Didn't Write About, But That You Might Want to Comment On, Including Why Parents are Hypnotizing Their Kids

Plus, why the FDA is cracking down on cryotherapy.
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Plus, why the FDA is cracking down on cryotherapy.

Tucked in with all the good, bad, and ugly news this week is a little gem: There are no RNC stories in this roundup because we've already written about it! Instead, we've got a burrito crisis, water that will make you high, and Leslie Jones' Twitter victory. So, comment on these eight stories, any way you want to.

After a series of vicious racist and sexist attacks on Leslie Jones, Twitter finally stepped up to ban hordes of trolls. [Celebitchy]

The way you cut your vegetables affects the flavor profile you'll wind up with. [Lifehacker]

Pakistan is reconsidering its honor killing forgiveness laws after social media star Qandeel Baloch was strangled to death by her brother. [Buzzfeed]

The FDA recently reported that "the purported medical benefits of whole-body cryotherapy lack any scientific evidence." [Vitals]

The current endless cycle of brutal violence in the news is doing terrible things to our brains. [NYT]

For $125 an hour, you can pay someone to come to your home and hypnotize your child into good behavior. [NY Post]

Roger Ailes is out at Fox News. [Salon]

Now, do what you do best and tell each other how it is, how it should be, and how you wish it was.