June 12, 2018

Published On June 12, 2018 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

Another Tuesday Movie @ Your Library today – stop by the Meeting Room of the Chatham-Kent Public Library today at 2 to see Red Sparrow.

Everyone is welcome.

It’s National Blood Donor Awareness Week.

The monthly blood donor clinic is tomorrow at the Spirit and Life Centre (184 Wellington St., Chatham) from 1-7.

Blood types A, B, O and AB are in need.

Book your appointment now at Blood.ca, 1-888-2-DONATE, use the apps, or just walk in.

President Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a document at the end of their summit yesterday. They didn’t say what was in it, but Kim said the world would see a major change, and Trump said the process of denuclearization would begin quickly.

Kim Jong-Un brought his own toilet to Singapore, because he doesn’t want to leave his poo behind. He thinks doing this will, “deny determined sewer divers insights into to the supreme leader’s stools.”

Pothole robots that work though the night to fix roads will be tested on British streets.

The drone-mounted devices will scan roads looking for small cracks. They will be able to fly or “crawl” to the cracks and 3D print asphalt to fix them in less than a minute.

The robots will be tested on roads in the next few years.

Sonic Drive-In restaurants debuted their new Pickle Juice Slushies yesterday.

“Surprisingly delicious. Sweet and tangy, the bright brine compensates for the over-savoriness you might have been worried about … Our only gripe is that the slush is a bit too sweet,”

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