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.
Publish date:
July 24, 2016
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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.