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Marvel Studios' "Black Panther" shows a ship flying over the fictional world of Wakanda.

A lighthearted look at news of the day:

The Atlanta airport tweeted last week that it is offering flights to the Kingdom of Wakanda, a fictional place from the movie "Black Panther." As long as we’re being fictional here, can we pretend the flight offers plenty of legroom and free unlimited luggage, as well? And I won’t go into what might happen if someone tries to drag me off the plane, but it involves vibranium.

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A team from Oxford University studied cities and towns in relation to each other and determined that Glasgow, Montana, with just under 3,500 people, is the place best described as the “middle of nowhere.” Given how ridiculous life in “somewhere” is getting, this could be good for Glasgow’s economic development.

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Glasgow, Montana, is 4.5 hours by car from the nearest metro area. Still, it must be a popular place, judging by how many teenagers, when asked where they are going, tell their parents, “Nowhere.”

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Glasgow has a Facebook page. Under places to go sightseeing in town, it lists the train station, otherwise known as the gateway to somewhere.

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Residents of Maine complained so much about the inaccuracy of a well-used lobster emoji that its creators decided to change it (lobsters have 10 legs, not eight). Now if we could just get sanitation workers to march against poop emojis.

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People in Maine may be picky about how many legs lobsters have, but the lobsters themselves don’t care about emojis. They do have opinions about being eaten by humans, however.

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Utah lawmakers are thinking about lowering the state income tax rate from 5 percent to 4.95 percent, just to check whether you were paying attention in math class.

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Researchers examining cave art in Spain now say modern humans are not so much more sophisticated than ancient Neanderthals. Allegedly, the cave art shows them sitting around, tweeting incendiary political comments on their phones.