Weekly News

It is Wednesday. This time that is actually a totally-true statement. I’m not late–no Wednesday/Thursday hybrid days to mess you up, at least not this week. Do I get a cookie? I like chocolate chip. No? Hmm … I guess I’ll do the news anyway. 😉

This first story is a first of its own. It’s sad to see this/these stillborn fawns, but it’s fascinating to see conjoined twins in another species. I was surprised to hear they have never been known to be born alive. Even before modern separation surgeries, human conjoined twins could survive and live out their lives, not frequently, but there are cases where that happened.


Before you spend hours fretting about whether the new viral recording is saying Laurel or Yanny, here is the explanation for why people could be divided. Quality matters even in sound, folks.


In science news, baking soda may round out its usefulness by grabbing the trifecta: cleaning, cooking, and healing autoimmune reactions. Dude.


Can I have a cookie now? Still no, huh? Bummer. I guess I’ll still see you in seven.

About kimlajevardi

I am a forty-something-year-old writer. I'm currently drafting my second book. I've also written short stories, poems, and some non-fiction over the last several years. My interest in writing formed during countless hours with my nose tucked in books. I may have even been clutching a novel as I was born. :)
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4 Responses to Weekly News

  1. spunkonastick says:

    I wonder why that’s the first fawns ever discovered that were actually born?

  2. Baking soda – who knew?
    Weird about the joined fawns.
    Have a great weekend!

    • kimlajevardi says:

      I have a family member who is really hoping the baking soda solution is as effective as the early research shows. I picked the story for her most of all.

      I had a great weekend. I hope you did as well, Alex!

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