Teenage Internet Addiction, FloriDUH News & the “Hawk Tuah Girl”

This collection of articles discusses a variety of topics.

1. A North Korean propaganda song called “Friendly Father” has gained unexpected popularity on TikTok. The song was first performed at a housing project ceremony in Pyongyang in April and has since aired on a Japanese news segment. Experts suggest that this offers a rare glimpse into the isolated nation’s propaganda efforts. (Source: KFI AM 640)

2. Arby’s is bringing back its popular Potato Cakes, a crispy side dish, due to persistent fan demand since their discontinuation in 2021. Kyle MacLachlan, Twin Peaks and Blue Velvet star, is championing the return of the dish. Arby’s is offering limited-edition merchandise to celebrate, including a potato cake, an Amber necklace, and a potato cake candle. (Source: KFI AM 640)

3. ESPN broke its silence amid criticism of its decision to give Prince Harry the Pat Tillman Award for Service at the upcoming ESPY Awards, specifically from Tillman’s mother. “The Invictus Games Foundation does incredible work and ESPN believes this is a cause worth celebrating,” ESPN said in a statement. (Source: iHeart.com)

4. A Florida stripper is suing the state over the new “adult entertainment business age restrictions”. The restrictions require entertainers to be at least 26 years old to work in adult entertainment businesses. (Source: KFI AM 640)

5. Hawk Tuah Girl, Hailey Welch, is gaining 5 minutes of fame on KFI AM 640 after her TikTok video of a school resource officer helping her get a spare tire went viral. (Source: KFI AM 640)

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