Woman who styled hair with Gorilla Glue reportedly considering lawsuit after hospital visit

She’s thinking about stickin’ it to the glue manufacturer.

Tessica Brown, the Louisiana woman who styled her hair with Gorilla Glue and later sought medical treatment for her hardened head of hair, may soon file a lawsuit against the makers of the product, according to a new report.

Brown had originally shared her story last week, in a TikTok video viewed nearly 21 million times as of Tuesday morning. In it, she admitted to using Gorilla Glue spray adhesive on her head, after running out of her preferred brand of hairspray.

Brown alleged that she

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Union Plus Auto Buying Service For Union Members

Southern Illinois University – Carbondale is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission , and its automotive applications are accredited by NATEF. University of Central Missouri is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission , and its automotive programs are accredited by NATEF. University of Alaska Anchorage – Community & Technical College is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and its automotive programs are accredited by NATEF. The courses have small class sizes, and take a hands–on method, allowing students to realize valuable experience with a wide variety Car of automobiles, working carefully alongside instructors and peers. The University of Alaska Anchorage, the biggest university in Alaska, is a public college offering a straightforward approach to the research of automotive expertise through its Community and Technical College division. McPherson presents many scholarship and award opportunities, together with two scholarships that had been established by celebrity car … Read More

How Entrepreneurs Are Combining Data and Tech to Compete With Large Retailers


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With people spending more time at home over the past year, it’s not surprising that online shopping has increased exponentially. Ecommerce was up an astounding 44% year-over-year in 2020, according to estimates from Digital Commerce 360, while McKinsey reported that 10 years of ecommerce growth occurred in just 90 days in 2020. However, there’s a lot more to this story than simply the surge in online shopping habits.

Though major online marketplaces still dominate, sales for some actually declined in 2020. The beneficiaries of this trend were niche brands and small businesses, which embraced technology and saw online sales surge. This “long-tail” growth is one of the most intriguing aspects of the new COVID-influenced economy and has attracted the attention of major companies in the retail ecosystem.

Walmart, for example, has removed rules

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Why Astrologers Are Calling The Saturn-Uranus Square The Defining Aspect Of 2021

We’re not even through the first quarter of 2021, but we’re already about to experience a life-altering planetary aspect: On 17th February, a square will form between Saturn and Uranus, an event that happens only once every 22 years. Astrological “squares” are known for creating tension between two points — and with this one involving Saturn, the Planet of Rules and Boundaries, and Uranus, the Planet of Freedom and Rebellion, you can bet that things are about to get pretty intense. These two planets are vastly different. “While traditional Saturn likes to build and preserve, Uranus likes to change and destroy,” Narayana Montúfar, senior astrologer for Astrology.com, tells Refinery29. “This aspect is basically the old versus the new, a clash between rebellion and tradition.” We can expect this age-old struggle to define our year, Montúfar

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