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Andrew Wyrich

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Posted on Sep 15, 2022   Updated on Sep 16, 2022, 6:48 am CDT

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Hello fellow citizens of the internet! Andrew here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr

We crawled the web for you and our top stories are about: MCU fans wondering about Brie Larson’s future in the franchise due to sexist harassment, conspiracy theories about Ivana Trump, a viral video claiming Amazon drivers won’t get water anymore, and a test of the “theory” that you get less food at Chipotle when you order online. 

After that, our Politics Reporter Claire has her weekly “Dirty Delete” column. 

See you tomorrow! 

— A.W. 


⚡ Today’s top stories

👀 VIRAL
‘Last time I ordered online was the last’: Chipotle customer tests ‘theory’ you get less food when you order online

Lately, there’s been a lot of discussion online about Chipotle underfilling orders. One user decided to put it to the test, and is attracting a ton of attention. 

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📽️ CULTURE
MCU fans are wondering if Brie Larson will step down as Captain Marvel due to sexist harassment

The speculation began thanks to an awkward viral interview clip from D23.

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🔍 CONSPIRACY
Why Resistance Twitter still wants to dig up Ivana Trump’s grave

It is a perfect storm for an unceasing conspiracy.

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🚚 TECH DYSTOPIA 
Amazon worker says company will no longer provide water for delivery drivers, sparking debate

The Amazon employee claims the company is still providing water to its warehouse workers.

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🗳️ Dirty Delete

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🕸️ Crawling the web

Here is what else is happening across the ‘net.

☕ A barista is going viral for sharing a video where he blasts impatient customers who ask for cold foamas he’s pouring it

🔥 Goodwill is once again under fire for the alleged treatment of those who work for it.

🥪 A worker is getting a ton of support from viewers over a video where she details the frustration of having her lunch break interrupted twice after she chose to eat in the office

🥦 How well do you know your CBD topical? Here’s everything you need to know about the OGs in the CBD industry.* 

💼 A man created a video right after he quit because he was allegedly asked to hand out 81 eviction notices without any training.

🎤 There were so many terrible bits at the Emmys, but Jimmy Kimmel’s was the biggest flop.

🍻 A bartender says that after appearing in a viral TikTok that shows her pouring drinks, she was fired from her job.

💸 How a cryptocurrency fortune crippled a deceased billionaire’s estate.

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👋 Before you go

In a viral video, TikToker Adelaide complained about customers coming in and messing with the seasonal décor displays by spelling out inappropriate words—including  a display of monogrammed pumpkins that someone has made to spell out “BALLS.” 

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