California is poised to become the first place in the world to ban the sale of new gas cars. Hillary Clinton loses a legal quiz contest to Kim Kardashian, the best dog breeds if you have kids, and the new trend of “Quiet Quitting.”
California is expected to pass a vote on Thursday that will ban the sale of all new gasoline-powered cars in the state by 2035. The state will also begin reducing sales by 2026. If passed, which seems a certainty, the unprecedented law will be the first of its kind in the world. Under the plan, 35% of all new vehicles sold will have to produce zero emissions by 2026, increasing to 68% by 2030, and 100% by 2035. Used cars are not affected by the plan.
It may be hard to believe, but attorney-in-training Kim Kardashian recently defeated Yale-educated former lawyer Hillary Clinton in a legal quiz contest – by a lot. The legal duel was featured in the forthcoming documentary series Gutsy from Hillary and Chelsea Clinton, which lands on Apple TV+ next month, Unilad reported.
Kardashian routed Clinton 11-4 in the battle. Hillary called the laws “heartbreaking.” Chelsea said, “I think Kim has an unfair advantage. Kim has studied more recently than you.” Both Clintons praised Kardashian for using her celebrity to help unjustly incarcerated people gain a second chance.
A dog trainer on TikTok who goes by the username “SouthernDogTraining1” has revealed what he believes are the best dog breeds for families with children. Top choice: Golden retrievers. “Probably the friendliest, most sociable dog on the planet, fantastic with children.” The other nine, not in a specific order, are: “Staffordshire Bull Terrier, the Border Terrier, Greyhound, St Bernard, Newfoundland, Bernese Mountain Dog, Leonberger,” and last but not least, “Boxers and Labradors.”
If you’ve never heard the term “quiet quitting,” it refers to a situation in which workers don’t quit their jobs but instead cease their efforts to go above and beyond the call of duty, Unilad reported.
TikTok user Zaiad Khan explains: “You are still performing your duties but you are no longer subscribing to the hustle culture mentally that work has to be our life.”
In other words, it’s what people used to call “going through the motions.” The trend could have an impact on productivity across all industries.