Thursday Randoms: Airport Food getting Better, Most Sinful City

Be humble … Seems there’s a pretty easy way to have more creative employees … have a humble boss. An Ohio State University study found that workers who have bosses who empower them to speak up about decision making and aren’t afraid to acknowledge their own limitations are more creative. (Moneyish

      

Who says airport food is awful? Just in time for holiday travel, New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport has opened a high-end sushi bar. No, really. Tsukiji Fishroom features ingredients flown in directly from Tokyo’s world-famous seafood market. (Daily Meal

      

So PETA is trolling fast food restaurants … by putting up billboards right next to their locations in a number of cities. The billboards feature photos of cows and pigs and read, "I’m ME, not meat.” So far the billboards are next to locations of McDonald's, Taco Bell, Subway, and KFC in Denver, Indianapolis, Memphis, and Phoenix. (Food Beast)

      

That black fly in your Chardonnay is trouble … Researchers at Penn State have found that more than 350 kinds of bacteria can be found on the bodies of houseflies, including nasty stuff like E. coli and salmonella. Houseflies are linked to at least 65 diseases in humans, including typhoid fever, leprosy and tuberculosis. The worst news? Flies regurgitate and excrete wherever they come to rest. That’s right. They’re not just walking around with their little fly feet on your food. They’re pretty much throwing up on it. (Vice)

      

Sin City lives up to its name …  A new survey from WalletHub found that Las Vegas is the most sinful city in America, ranking number one in vanity and number three in greed. Orlando, Florida, is the runner-up -- scoring high in anger, hatred and lust. Another Florida city, Miami, rounds out the top three because of their jealousy, lust and vanity. 

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