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In 2014, these US skaters were eating In-N-Out, missing Sochi
Published on February 12, 2018 at 04:51AM by Scott Davis, provided by
Adam Rippon and Mirai Nagasu of the U.S. became breakout figure skating stars at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang on Monday.
Rippon revealed in an interview that in 2014, neither skater made the Sochi Olympics, so they got In-N-Out together and ate at Nagasu’s house in misery.
They now room together at the Olympic Village and have a shot at earning medals.
On Monday in Pyeongchang at the Winter Olympics, Adam Rippon and Mirai Nagasu became breakout starts for the U.S.
The two figure skaters had big nights while skating in the team event. Nagasu became the first American woman and third woman overall to land a triple axel in the Olympics and then had an ecstatic celebration.
A Facebook Employee Asked a Reporter To Turn Off His Phone So Facebook Couldn’t Track Its Location
Published on February 12, 2018 at 05:06PM
Steve Kovach, writing for BusinessInsider: To corporate giants like Facebook, leaks to rivals or the media are a cardinal sin. That notion was clear in a new Wired story about Facebook’s rocky time over the last two years. The story talks about how Facebook was able to find two leakers who told a Gizmodo reporter about its news operations. But one source for the Wired story highlighted just how concerned employees are about how their company goes after leakers. According to the story, the source, a current Facebook employee, asked a Wired reporter to turn off his phone so Facebook wouldn’t be able to use location