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Presidential candidates have done a lot of stupid things. Back in 1988, then-contender and current Democratic Party front-runner Joe Biden plagiarized someone else’s stump speech nearly verbatim, leading directly to his demise. In 1992, George H.W. Bush checked his watch during a nationally televised debate as if he had somewhere more pressing to be. And
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Colloidal silver has been used as an antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal treatment for thousands of years. To this day, people swear that this purified water imbued with floating silver has incredible medicinal qualities. Others claim that not only is it snake oil, it could be pure venom. With the Chinese virus outbreak, it is no
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While it is known that public spaces can carry a variety of germs and bacteria, sometimes it is easy to forget that germs can show up even in the safety of your own home. It’s more likely that the bacteria you come in contact with will be in your own home rather than in a
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“Equality,” historian Walter Scheidel once wrote, “was only ever brought forth in sorrow.” At this moment, COVID-19 is sweeping through the world and the global economy appears to be collapsing. This, without question, is one of those times of sorrow—a period when our lives are upended and filled with uncertainty. Top 10 Crazy Conspiracy Theories
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One might think that sporting an Hermes Birkin, Louboutin pumps, and a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses is super-classy. But these iconic fashion riches pale in comparison to the world’s best. If you had all the money in the world, would you consider buying the most-expensive hat, handbag, or underwear ever made? While you’ve been busy
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Millennials and Baby Boomers; Baby Boomers and Millennials. One group can’t get off their phones, the other can’t figure out how their phones even work. We’ve been hearing both claim their supremacy lately but, oddly, this battle skips a generation. 10 Studies Proving Everything You Believe About Millennials And Boomers Is Wrong That generation is
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Discover how contemporary film—and the action genre in particular—evolved from behind-the-scenes antics and production quirks in classic action movies. Heck, an entire college course could be taught on Arnold Schwarzenegger alone. But we’ll focus on a variety of performances and stories in certain action films from the late 1970s to the 1990s. If you’re a
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The year is far from over, but you should probably put money on “social distancing” being the most popular phrase of 2020. This is the year of COVID-19, a worldwide pandemic that has infected 242,191 people worldwide and claimed 9,843 lives as of this writing. The coronavirus has forced governments to cancel mass gatherings, classes
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I spent more than enough time as a door-to-door salesman in the Greater Phoenix metropolitan area. Besides the overwhelming heat, arid conditions, and permanent sunburn, I learned a few things about how to survive in the sales world. Those insights included why the typical methods of getting rid of us don’t work and how far
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Most events classified as mysterious in nature, are shrugged off as ‘stuff and nonsense’. Rightly so too. However, there are exceptions that baffle people so much they cannot stop talking about it on the internet and with their friends. A fairly recent example is the disappearance of flight MH370. While it’s commonly accepted that the
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It’s easy to look at the life of a celebrity and assume that everything is great. With all that fame and money, it should be easy to make your problems go away. But the reality is that celebrities are real people, and no amount of money can enable them to change what’s in their past.
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For most people in the developed world, the only animals they see are their pets. Unless you buy a purebred cat or dog, it’s highly unlikely that you broke the bank to get your kids a puppy for Christmas. The animals we choose as pets are often inexpensive, but there are some critters out there
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Occasionally, you may see Internet posts that challenge you to binge-watch your favorite TV show or channel. Best of all, you get paid if you’re selected and complete the challenge. In 2019, Internet Service Partners promoted a competition to award $1,000 to one person to watch 24 Hallmark Christmas movies within 12 days. The winner
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Laundry is a part of our normal routines. It is also a focal point for many DIY blogs and advice columns that offer tips and tricks to make the washing of clothes more efficient. However, much of this info has contributed to laundry myths which are spread by Internet blogs and word of mouth. Today,
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If you’ve ever been to college, or submitted a list to Listverse, you’ll be familiar with those three magic words: “Don’t reference Wikipedia”. Yet in spite of its reputation for unreliability, Wikipedia is the 5th biggest website on Earth, and a major source of information for people all over the world. But when something becomes
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