Thursday Flakes: Bagels, Self-Driving Cars and Immortality

Bagels have been around for centuries, but they were first mentioned in the written records of Krakow, Poland in 1610. Bagels were later brought to New York City by Polish immigrants in the late 19th century, but didn’t become popular in the Big Apple until the 1970s. Of course, bagels are now available in many different flavors in many shops.

I ate a lot of bagels for breakfast when I was in high school. My mother went to the grocery store as soon as it opened, put a huge bag of it in the discount container and brought it home in time for breakfast. The chocolate chip bagels have always been my favorite, but these days they are a little hard to find anywhere. I never added spreads to the chocolate chip bagels because they took away a bit of that chocolaty goodness. If it was a regular bagel, I might have added some cream cheese depending on my mood.

Bagels are a little hard to find these days, especially if you are traveling in Panama or Central America, but there are plenty of delicious breakfast options to choose from here.

What is your favorite type of bagel? Roasted or unroasted? Do you add cream cheese, butter, jam, or Nutella to your bagel? Let’s hear it down below. Anyway … on flakes.

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It seems to gain momentum when deadtime ends in June in any way. The last extension of the dead time was announced in February. I mentioned something that caught my attention. The NCAA included a language to be prepared to take the next steps to find new solutions.

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Freshmen, Fresh Faces Give Nebraska Baseball a deep and “formidable” list of baseball | Omaha World Herald

“It’s incredible,” Shay Shanaman said on Wednesday. “It’s huge for us. You never know with newbies. You have an idea of ​​what they might look like in the fall and winter, but you never really know what they are made of until you step out into the field. I was super impressed as I think we were all with the guys who stepped up when it came down to it. “

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We want to highlight women who have done and are doing so much to make a difference in the travel industry. They set the example, drive initiatives, and challenge the travel industry to do better, to be better. We hope this piece inspires you to connect with and uplift these and similar women and ultimately be an ally and advocate of women’s equality in the travel industry.

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I thought I’d put a counter on this above article from one of my travel blogger friends who recently got vaccinated in the UAE as to why she didn’t make new travel plans.

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The Pride of Newman Grove and Patrick Gerhart of Corn Nation took part in an interesting chat that featured a group of wonderful banking industry leaders / community heroes.

This is the craziest drone video I’ve ever seen.

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