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The Logbar ili instant translator

The Logbar ili instant translator

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https://youtu.be/rIiGyn_HfcI ili wearable translator is a small and portable translator to make foreign travel much easier. Ili is from Japanese company Logbar. To translate a conversation, you press the button and talk into ili. When you release the button, it translates a phrase back to you in your choosen language through a speaker. it has instant translation (at fast as 0.2 sec). It does not require an internet connection. Ili contains a powerful CPU and optimized travel software that comes with a massive library of useful travel phrases. It supposedly lets you translate up to 50,000 words and phrases. There are 5 different versions available. At the moment, the supported languages are English to Spanish, English to Japanese, English to Chinese, Chinese to English and Chin...
What Danielle Bregoli “Cash Me Ousside” girl has been up to

What Danielle Bregoli “Cash Me Ousside” girl has been up to

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Making money is what! Like her or not. Danielle Bregoli went from anonymous 13-year-old girl to internet celebrity in a short time, With her appearance on Dr. Phil and her catchphrase "Cash me ousside, howbow dah?" The hilarious phrase has since become a worldwide meme. She has accumulated over 5 million followers on Instagram. She has been cashing in on her fame though. The 13-year-old was controversially featured in rapper Kodak Black's new video for his track, Everything 1K. Bregoli is seen flashing stacks of cash, lip-syncing, dancing and posing on and inside a white Rolls-Royce in the video, which features her slogan on her oversized t-shirt and hoodie. But the video was dropped just two days after the teenager attacked a passenger on an airplane. According ...
San Francisco passes new pet store law – pet stores can only sell rescue animals

San Francisco passes new pet store law – pet stores can only sell rescue animals

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Good news for dogs and cats as well as animal lovers! San Francisco passed a law to ban the sale of non-rescue dogs and cats at pet shops in efforts to eradicate inhumane puppy breeding operations. The city will also ban the sale of animals under eight weeks old. “Most animal lovers are horrified at the thought of keeping their beloved family pet in a dirty wire cage for a second — let alone a week, month or even years. Yet, that is the fate of many animals at large-scale commercial breeding operations across the nation, including the mothers of many puppies and kittens sold in pet shops,” the San Francisco Board of Supervisors wrote in an op-ed piece in The San Francisco Examiner. “In response, more than 200 cities and counties across the nation have banned the sale of dogs and cats in
Girl, 16, died in her sleep after drinking incredibly cheap cider

Girl, 16, died in her sleep after drinking incredibly cheap cider

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Nicole Morley for Metro.co.ukWednesday 22 Feb 2017 A schoolgirl died in her sleep after drinking super-strength – and super cheap – cider. Megan Craig-Wilkinson, 16, was found dead by her horrified mother the morning after drinking Frosty Jack’s cider for the first time. Mum Joanne Good, 38, is now planning to lobby MPs to change the law and no longer allow retailers to sell alcohol at pocket money prices. Megan, from North Tyneside tried Frosty Jack’s during a New Year’s Eve party. When she got home her concerned mum put her in the recovery position and she lay in bed and stayed with her until she fell asleep. The teen died due to pulmonary aspiration, when the contents of the stomach flood the lungs and she ‘dry drowned’. Joanne, also mum to Aidan, 16, Amelia, 10 and Hannah, eigh
Teenager with skin so fragile she can’t hug or eat

Teenager with skin so fragile she can’t hug or eat

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Jen Mills for Metro.co.ukWednesday 22 Feb 2017 Teenager with skin so fragile she can't hug or eat shows photos of her wounds Madisyn, pictured in 2011 A girl with skin so delicate she cannot eat or hug her family has released graphic photos of her wounds to raise awareness of her illness. Madisyn Yuhas, 18, has to wear bandages from the neck down and is fed through a tube because even chewing anything gives her severe blisters to her mouth. She suffers from a rare genetic condition called Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, which means her skin can tear off with the lightest friction. People born with the disease are known as butterfly children, because their skin is seen to be as fragile as a butterfly wing. Madisyn, from Pennsylvania, cannot just hug her family to get so...