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DC Comics changed the origin story of the teenage superhero Virgil Hawkins, who is known in Dakota City as the Static Shock superhero
It has been a long time since the early 90s when this superhero appeared. The Big Bang caused a burst of superpowers among the youth of Dakota City and turned Virgil into a Static. Now the creative team of the comics is reworking the script for modern realities.
Teens march through the streets wearing masks and carrying signs that read Black Lives Matter, Dakota for BLM, Enough is Enough, Rest in Power George Floyd, and Not Justice No Peace in Milestone Returns 0, DC Comics (2021).
A small round alien riding an insectoid animal explains to another alien that "fingers are very important to humans [...] I consider myself a phantropologist of humans."
Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk wants to create a new Starbase city in Texas
Musk stated that the city of Starbase will cover "an area much larger" than the community.
The judge's office in Cameron County, where Boca Chica is located, in a commentary to the publication confirmed Musk's plans to create the city.
In Albuquerque: Burglars attack tattoo shop
The Albuquerque tattoo store is looking for explanations after having a burglar has robbed 1000s of dollars of products.
True Love Tattoo close by Luis Tao and Menelaus was shut for several weeks due to corona virus. Entrepreneur Rick Torres took numerous tattoo equipment, electric power resources, and inks along with him, however, many of these had been left behind.
He discovered that an individual broke into the store and took the equipment over the past weekend. Torres states this is a catastrophic setback. "And right now, our market is shut, and there's no cash flowing in with this on all of it, it's a blow," Torres stated. He claims he will not ask for any financial assistance, just wishes that the responsible ones can return the materials.
SIC authorizes the development of $100M restoration fund
The New Mexico Say Financial Investment Council unanimously elected Tues to immediately power up to $100 million from one of the major fixed resources of the state into a newly formed New Mexico Restoration Account, which will offer cheaper, short-term financial loans to companies struggling to stay competitive by the coronavirus chaos.
Gov. Michelle, who heads the Investment Committee, advised the SIC to act fast, stating that several companies are approaching the "break-point" due to state-managed shutdowns in an effort to reduce the transmission of the coronavirus.