The Wilde Ride for 07/31/2020

The Perseverance Rover has been launched and is on it’s way to Mars, with a martian meteorite on board.

Fans can’t go to the stadium to get snacks, so the Dodgers are bringing the snacks to them.

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And the NBA’s “bubble” seems to be working. They have zero COVID-19 cases for two weeks in a row.

The chocolate chip has been re-engineered by a Tesla engineer.

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Garth Brooks has withdrawn his name from consideration for CMA’s Entertainer of the Year award because of a Tweet.

Drones could help us get back to a normal sports season.

National Mustard Day is the first Saturday in August (tomorrow) and to celebrate the day, French’s has teamed up with Oskar Blues to create a special mustard beer. (Sounds like it would pair will with the above mentioned Dodgers Snacks.)

I hope you have a happy Friday and an awesome weekend. See you on Monday! <3 Jennifer

The Wilde Ride for 07/30/2020

The world’s largest tech show is going all virtual in 2021.

Qualcom has announced the release of Quick Charge 5, which promises to fully recharge phones in 15 minutes.

Budweiser teamed up with Dwayne Wade to create an alcohol-free beer called Budweiser Zero.

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Virgin Galactic just unveiled the interior of the rocketship that it plans to use to take tourists to the edge of space, and it looks really cool!

And Oprah is back on TV.

So who will donate to my gofundme to go to space on SpaceShipTwo? 🤣 (But seriously, though…) Love you guys! <3 Jennifer

The Wilde Ride for 07/29/2020

The Emmy nominations have been announced.

Your Fitbit might be able to tell you when you’re getting sick.

And some other stuff happened too but the internet ate my blog and I can’t start over now. Sorry about that. Hopefully you caught the live radio show! It’s only Tuesday and my tech has gone to heck. I have a dog to take to the vet now. (Lucky needs dental surgery… poor guy.) So, peace out Wilde Ones, I’m praying for a better tomorrow. Love you all. <3 Jennifer

The Wilde Ride for 07/28/2020

Just like Walmart did, Target has announced its stores will be closed on Thanksgiving.

After just a few days, the MLB re-defined season is already in jeopardy.

It’s not as easy as it used to be to find a public bathroom. So if you have a road trip planned, you might want to download some bathroom finder apps so you can scout one out before you have to really go!

The US Mint is asking us to please start spending coins again to help with the national shortage. And some businesses are offering incentives.

For the Golden Girls lover in your life, there is now a Rushmore Golden Girls Chia Pet.


KFC is going to start testing out 3D printed chicken nuggets.

While everyone is talking about a COVID-19 vaccine, some researchers in Australia are getting closer to a vaccine for some common cancers.

That’s all for today, Wilde Ones. See you tomorrow! <3 Jennifer

The Wilde Ride for 07/27/2020

We lost some more legends over the weekend. Regis Philbin passed away at the age of 88 due to heart disease. And the final living star of Gone with the Wind, Olivia de Havilland also died after 104 years on this earth.

We’ve heard about a lot of shortages happening lately… deodorant isn’t one of them.

There’s a glowing blue hole in the ocean floor off the coast of Florida. So, of course, we’re gonna go see what’s in there!

There’s going to be a double meteor shower happening Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

Mulan, which was supposed to be one of this summer’s blockbusters, has been delayed indefinitely and Disney’s pushing back a bunch of other films too.

Shark Week is bigger than ever this year and will involve quite a few celebrities, including Snoop Dogg who will narrate one of the specials. I imagine it’ll be like this (only with fewer beeps.)

A man received a Venmo payment from a stranger, so he returned the money, minus a beer money finder’s fee.

I hope your week is off to a good start. Talk to you tomorrow. <3 Jennifer