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  1. Cows Now Have Their Own Tinder-Style Dating App “Moo-ve” over, Tinder. A new dating app, which helps farmers match up potential partners for their cattle, is making users swipe right. Launched just in time for Valentine’s Day, Tudder (a portmanteau of “Tinder” and “udder”) lets farmers connect cows with bulls for breeding purposes. When farmers swipe right on cattle they’re interested in, they are directed to a page on the SellMyLivestock website where they can browse more pictures and data about the animals before deciding whether to buy, according to Reuters. Information such as milk yield and protein content, or calving potential, will also be available to users, Doug Bairner, CEO of Hectare Agritech which runs SellMyLivestock (SML) and Graindex, a UK-based online agritech trading platform, told Reuters. “Matching livestock online is even easier than it is to match humans because there’s a huge amount of data that sits behind these wonderful animals that predicts what their offspring will be,” Bairner said. The app currently features profiles of cows and bulls representing 42,000 farms in the United Kingdom, according to The Guardian. “The app … seeks to unite sheepish farm animals with their soulmates,” the app description on the App Store reads. “Playing the role of moo-pid, farmers can download the app, and through their phone swipe right for yes and left for no in the search for the perfect match.” One cattle farmer and Tudder user, James Bridger, told Reuters the app helps ease transport stress for animals and may rival traditional markets. “You’ve got all this data of its background and everything which if you’re at a market you might not have had the time to go through for every single random animal.” According to Bairner, SellMyLivestock has listed over $64 million of livestock, feed and bedding for sale in the last year. With advances in precision spraying, automated dairy units, and genetic science, Bairner hopes to dispel notions that farmers are stuck in the past. “Despite the rest of the world’s view of farming, it’s actually very technologically driven.”
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  5. Zoe Kotnik: First female F-16 demo commander out after two weeks Capt Zoe Kotnik, who became the first female pilot to lead the US F-16 Viper demonstration team just last month, has been relieved of duty. The Air Force said she had been removed on Tuesday by Col Derek O'Malley due to a "loss of confidence in her ability to lead and command". Officials have not offered details into what prompted the decision, but Col O'Malley noted she had made "mistakes". Capt Kotnik's predecessor Maj John Waters has resumed command of the team. US Air Force (USAF) Capt Alannah Staver, chief of public affairs at Shaw Air Force Base, confirmed to the BBC that Capt Kotnik was relieved from command on 11 February but could not provide any further details. The Viper team is one of four air performance teams under US Air Combat Command (ACC). Their demonstrations help with recruitment efforts, showing off plane and pilot abilities at air shows and events to some 10 million spectators per year, according to the USAF. The news of Capt Kotnik's dismissal was first reported by the Air Force Times. In a statement on Facebook, Col O'Malley said: "We have thousands of Airmen across our Air Force serving our country, and not one of them is perfect. "As good people, like Capt Kotnik make mistakes, I want them to have the opportunity to learn from them without being under public scrutiny, and to continue to be a part of this great service. "This will be a difficult time for Capt Kotnik, but she's surrounded by wingmen [who] will help her every step of the way." Col O'Malley said it was "exciting to have the first female demo team pilot here at Shaw" but he was excited about the other women currently serving in the Force too. Capt Kotnik has not commented on her dismissal and has apparently deactivated her social media accounts. Her first air show as commander had been scheduled for 30 March. She will still serve in a non-supervisory role with the 20th Fighter Wing at the Shaw base in South Carolina, Military.com reported. Who is Capt Kotnik? Capt Zoe "Sis" Kotnik's appointment as commander of the ACC F-16 Viper demo team on 29 January had been announced with fanfare and excitement. The USAF hoped to use the buzz around the upcoming superhero film Captain Marvel - where Brie Larson stars as an F-16 pilot - to bolster recruitment. Capt Kotnik's appointment to lead the 17-member team was even revealed in a comic-book style post. In addition to becoming the first-ever female Viper commander, Capt Kotnik was the first female single-ship tactical demonstration pilot, according to the Viper team. "What I'm looking forward to most is the potential to have an influence on younger generations," Capt Kotnik said in a statement at the time of her appointment. "I know firsthand how impactful airshows can be and what a difference it makes to young people to see just one example of what they can do and who they can become. "I hope to be a source of inspiration and motivation they can draw from in their own lives." Capt Kotnik was born in Poynette, Wisconsin, to a family of aviators, according to her USAF biography. She studied economics at the USAF Academy and earned her wings in October 2013, when she began learning to fly the F-16C Fighting Falcon. Capt Kotnik spent a year in South Korea at the Kunsan Air Base before returning to the US to train fighter pilots and support anti-terrorism air defence efforts with Operation Noble Eagle. The combat-ready fighter pilot has over 1,000 flight hours under her belt.
  6. An advisory has been issued asking faculty and staff at the Maryland teaching school to be on the lookout for a woman in her 50s who has visited the university’s library and arts center showing off a cell phone photo of a man she claims is her son. (Towson University Police Department) Towson University police warn of a woman on the loose, looking for a date for her son Towson University police have asked students and staff to be on the lookout for a woman in her 50s wearing a multicolored scarf. She’s looking for a date for her son. Students complained to officers that she approached them last week in two campus buildings, the Cook Library and Center for the Arts, showing them a picture on her cell phone and asking if they were interested in dating her son. It caused enough of a disturbance that police alerted students via an “incident advisory” that included a link to surveillance footage of the woman. They asked anyone with information about the woman or the incidents to contact university police at 410-704-4444. University officials said the woman isn’t being sought for any criminal investigation, but simply to put the behavior to a stop. “This incident advisory is being provided in order to make the TU Community aware of an incident on campus that may cause concern,” Charles Herring, chief of the university police department, wrote in an e-mail to the campus community. “This advisory is intended to heighten awareness and inform the community of incidents that may impact their safety and security.” Parents Play Matchmaker in Beijing Single Market Most Americans are horrified at the thought of their parents setting them up, but in Beijing there’s a whole market for it, literally. Parents gathered by the hundreds this weekend at the Temple of Heaven Park to advertise their single children with the hope of marrying them off. Forget online dating profiles, these eager parents come armed with paper profiles listing their children’s key attributes, likes, dislikes and what they hope to find in a future mate. Most of the profiles get the basics out of the way upfront, listing the candidates' height, weight, age, residence and job, before getting into any additional criteria. A few of the profiles have photos attached, but most are just a simple single sheet of paper. This is no-nonsense. In a culture where single men and women in their late-20s are considered over the hill, the parents’ desperate desire to match up their children is palpable. The resumes are lined up and the game begins. Parents shop around looking for a suitable match for their child, while also trying to entice other parents and promote their own child’s desirability.
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  8. Chinese student nabbed for ‘taho’ tantrum NCRPO Director Guillermo Eleazar said that before the incident, the policeman told Jiale Zhang about the MRT policy prohibiting liquid substances after a cup of taho was found inside her paper bag when she entered the station at around 8:30 a.m. Robertzon Ramirez (The Philippine Star) - February 10, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — A 23-year-old female Chinese student was arrested yesterday morning after she threw a cup of taho or soybean dessert on a police officer who stopped her from entering the Metro Rail Transit 3 (MRT 3) in Mandaluyong City amid the recent ban on bottled drinks and other liquid substances due to bomb threats. Jiale Zhang, a first year Bachelor of Fashion student at SOFA Design Institute who lives in Mandaluyong City, allegedly argued with Police Officer 1 William Cristobal who was assigned at the MRT 3 Boni Avenue station, after the law enforcer insisted that she could not bring her cup of taho inside the train, the Mandaluyong City police said.National Capital Region Police Office chief Director Guillermo Eleazar, who went to the Mandaluyong police station, said Zhang threw the cup of taho on Cristobal. Eleazar said that before the incident, the policeman told Zhang about the MRT policy prohibiting liquid substances after a cup of taho was found inside her paper bag when she entered the station at around 8:30 a.m. Instead of complying, police said Zhang refused and threw a tantrum, then attacked Cristobal. Investigators said the policemen arrested Zhang and brought her to the Mandaluyong police station where she is now detained. She has not yet posted bail as of press time. Police said she faces charges of direct assault, disobedience to agent of person in authority and unjust vexation. The Department of Transportation (DOTr) said officials are considering the temporary or permanent ban on Zhang from entering any of the MRT-3 stations over the “extremely rude behavior she exhibited.” For its part, the MRT-3 management reiterated that the tightened security measures in all train stations are intended for the safety of passengers. The Bureau of Immigration (BI) yesterday said it would coordinate with the DOTr and the NCRPO to determine if action could be taken against Zhang. BI spokesperson Dana Mengote-Sandoval said they would assess if the Chinese student violated any immigration regulations. There were calls for her deportation after photos of the incident were uploaded on the social media yesterday.
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