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“Forgive yourself. The supreme act of forgiveness is when you can forgive yourself for all the wounds you’ve created in your own life. Forgiveness is an act of self-love. When you forgive yourself, self-acceptance begins and self-love grows.”

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This morning was sunny for stock futures, as they started the day mostly positive. The premarket was also kind to meme stocks, with names like AMC Entertainment increasing 5% before the market opens.

Earlier this morning, an outage shut down major news sites like The New York Times and Bloomberg, although they are mostly back online after “a fix has been applied.”

Meanwhile, shares of the world’s largest digital currency plummeted nearly 10% on Tuesday, landing somewhere beneath $33,000.

Today, the CEO of Colonial Pipeline will address the Senate’s Homeland Security Committee to discuss how he responded to the recent ransomware attack, and his choice to make the multi-million dollar payment.

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The co-founder of Reddit speaks into a microphone

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If you tried to access Reddit, the Financial Times, Bloomberg, or another major news site this morning, you likely ran into the dreaded “Error 503 Service Unavailable” message.

Even websites like Spotify and PayPal were impacted by the outages, sources say.

“This is what happens when half of the internet relies on Goliaths like Amazon, Google and Fastly for all of its servers and web services,” one expert said in a statement about the issues this morning. “The entire internet has become dangerously geared on just a few players.”

What else do we know about the issue right now, and when is it expected to be entirely resolved?

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Fedrick Frost is the Editor-in-Chief of Morning Bullets. He mainly writes about Politics, The Economy and breaking news. With over 35 years in jounralism he has been influential in helping the morning bullets newsletter readers be informed every morning.