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Inside the Strange Yet Profitable World of Retail Arbitrage - MEL Magazine
Turns out, clearing out a Target or Walmart, then reselling it all on Amazon, can make you enough money to pay off your house
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17 hours ago by Goldmanjordan
Doctor Rapp - The Atlantic
The story of Dr. Rapp Dr. Sherman Hershfield woke up one morning and was surprised to find himself behind the wheel of his car. Somewhere between his Beverly Hills apartment and his practice in the San Fernando Valley, the silver-haired physician had blacked out.
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Guy Hacks Together A Clever Method To Unload Huge Concrete Pipes By Himself - Digg
We're not saying this is safe — OSHA would absolutely not approve — but sometimes the work's gotta get done and you're the only one around to do it:​[Via Reddit]
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2 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Winter Comes To Winterfell In The First Teaser For The Final Season Of 'Game Of Thrones' - Digg
​We're not really sure what this all means (which is probably the point), but we're ready for it to be April 14:
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3 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Is Sunscreen the New Margarine? | Outside Online
These are dark days for supplements. Although they are a $30-plus billion market in the United States alone, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, beta-carotene, glucosamine, chondroitin, and fish oil have now flopped in study after study.
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6 days ago by Goldmanjordan
'I Never Said' Mexico Would 'Write A Check' For The Wall, Trump Somehow Says With A Straight Face - Digg
​Amidst a government shutdown over funding for a border wall, President Trump is pivoting hard away from his campaign rhetoric on the matter, asserting that while he said that, he didn't actually say that: The president's statement comes soon after White House strategic communications director Mer
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7 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Meet the Short-Order Cooks So Fucking Good Waffle House Officially Calls Them “Rockstars”
The grocery store in my part of Brooklyn has a small diner tucked away in the back, with a short order cook turning out regular American breakfasts every morning.
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8 days ago by Goldmanjordan
BBC - Future - Why meeting another’s gaze is so powerful
You’ve doubtless had the experience when, across a noisy, crowded room, you lock gazes with another person.
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9 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Is Marijuana as Safe as We Think? | The New Yorker
A few years ago, the National Academy of Medicine convened a panel of sixteen leading medical experts to analyze the scientific literature on cannabis. The report they prepared, which came out in January of 2017, runs to four hundred and sixty-eight pages.
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10 days ago by Goldmanjordan
How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation
I couldn’t figure out why small, straightforward tasks on my to-do list felt so impossible. The answer is both more complex and far simpler than I expected.
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11 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Ranking Vegetables by How Healthy They Are - MEL Magazine
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Everyone should eat more vegetables.
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13 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Here Are The First Images From China's Historic Landing On The Far Side Of The Moon - Digg
On Thursday, China's National Space Administration (CNSA) announced that it had successfully landed its Chang'e 4 space probe in the South Pole-Aitken Basin, the moon's largest impact crater.
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14 days ago by Goldmanjordan
The Men Peddling the 'Secrets' to Getting Rich on Amazon - The Atlantic
A growing number of self-proclaimed experts promise they can teach anyone how to make a passive income selling cheap Chinese goods in the internet's largest store. Not everyone’s getting rich quick.
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15 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Here's Our First Image Of Ultima Thule, The 'Most Distant Object Ever Visited By A Spacecraft' - Digg
NASA got 2019 started off with a bang, successfully piloting the New Horizons spacecraft on a flyby of Ultimate Thule, an object in the Kuiper Belt, over 4 billion miles from Earth (over 40 times the distance between the Earth and the Sun).
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16 days ago by Goldmanjordan
I Was A Cable Guy. I Saw The Worst Of America. | HuffPost
I can’t tell you about a specific day as a cable tech. I can’t tell you my first customer was a cat hoarder. I can tell you the details, sure. That I smeared Vicks on my lip to try to cover the stench of rugs and walls and upholstery soaked in cat piss.
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17 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Trump EPA Says Mercury Limits On Coal Plants Too Costly, Not 'Necessary' : NPR
The EPA says it is keeping the 2012 restrictions in place for now, in large part because utilities have already spent billions to comply with them. But environmental groups worry the move is a step toward repealing the limits and could make it harder to impose other regulations in the future.
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19 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Why Dodge Investigated, Then Abandoned, A Mid-Engine Viper
Throughout its 25 years and five generations, the Dodge Viper stayed true to its traditional recipe: a naturally-aspirated V10, a manual transmission, and a front-engine, rear-drive layout.
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20 days ago by Goldmanjordan
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DOTHAN, Ala. — She was already going to be late to the church, where once again she would try to explain her religion, even though it seems like most people in her town never really get it. And now the latkes are burning.
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21 days ago by Goldmanjordan
What It’s Like to Deliver Packages for Amazon - The Atlantic
Holiday parties were right around the corner, and I needed a cover story. I didn’t feel like admitting to casual acquaintances, or even to some good friends, that I drive a van for Amazon.
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22 days ago by Goldmanjordan
The Trailer For Jordan Peele's New Horror Movie 'Us' Is Here, And It's Messed Up - Digg
It's a holiday miracle. The man behind 2017's scariest real-life horror flick "Get Out" is back with a trailer for his newest fright. Watch:
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23 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Why It's Hard to Escape Amazon's Long Reach | WIRED
In 1994, soon after Jeff Bezos incorporated what would become Amazon, the entrepreneur briefly contemplated changing the company’s name. The nascent firm had been dubbed “Cadabra,” but Bezos wanted a less playful, more accurate alternative: “Relentless.” (Relentless.
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24 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Tsunami Kills Over 220 in Indonesia and Injures Over 800 More - The New York Times
JAKARTA, Indonesia — A frantic search was underway on Sunday for survivors of a tsunami in Indonesia’s Sunda Strait that struck without warning on the country’s two most-populous islands, killing at least 222 people, injuring more than 800 others and destroying hundreds of buildings.
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25 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Amazon Prime 2-day shipping doesn't ship for Christmas
Amazon has more than 100 million “Prime” members, each of whom pays $119 a year for an ever-increasing list of services, but mostly, the promise of unlimited, free two-day shipping on “Prime” items.
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29 days ago by Goldmanjordan
Emergency room bills: what I learned from reading 1,182 ER bills - Vox
For the past 15 months, I’ve asked Vox readers to submit emergency room bills to our database. I’ve read lots of those medical bills — 1,182 of them, to be exact. My initial goal was to get a sense of how unpredictable and costly ER billing is across the country.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Robert Mueller’s Legal Masterpiece | The New Republic
The special counsel has spun a web of investigations that draw closer to Trump every day.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
HQ Trivia and Vine Co-Founder Colin Kroll Dies, Apparently of Overdose, Police Say - The New York Times
Colin Kroll, the co-founder and chief executive of the popular HQ Trivia app, was found dead apparently of a drug overdose in his Lower Manhattan apartment early Sunday, the police said.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess. - The New York Times
In 1988, when Jean-Louis Gassée took a close look at Apple’s “highly automated” Macintosh factory in Fremont, Calif., what he saw was not pretty. Mr.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Paradise Lost | Outside Online
Sometime before 7 A.M. on November 8, Kit Bailey, an assistant chief with the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, got a call about a new wildfire that sounded ominous.
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4 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Dr. Elon & Mr. Musk: Life Inside Tesla's Production Hell | WIRED
The previous year, Musk had made an audacious announcement: His company, which was known—fetishized, actually—for its luxurious electric vehicles, would soon begin manufacturing a new sedan that it planned to sell for just $35,000, putting it within reach of the middle class.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
I Endured Electroshock Therapy Because My Doctor Didn't Believe Me
She’s lying on a gurney in a white room, a blanket covering her body, an IV pinched into her arm. A nurse is sticking electrodes to the side of her head, like stickers. Soon they’ll send electric currents into her brain, inducing a seizure.
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What Happened When Dick's Stared Down the Gun Lobby | Outside Online
Like a lot of dads, Fred Guttenberg loved to take his kids camping. Also like a lot of dads, he geared up for his trips with a visit to Dick’s Sporting Goods. That’s where he bought the family tent, the air mattresses, and the camp-stove fuel.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
A Murder Over a Monsanto Chemical | The New Republic
Mike Wallace sat in his pickup truck on a dusty back road near his farm outside Leachville, Arkansas, typing impatiently into his cell phone. “I’m waiting on you,” he wrote. “You coming?” It was hot for late October.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
LeBron James Surprises Stadium Employee, Gifts Her A Pair Of Game Worn Sneakers - Digg
​After defeating the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night, NBA superstar, LeBron James gifted a Grizzlies stadium employee his game worn purple sneakers.
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Leonardo DiCaprio Is Obsessed With Buying Dinosaur Skulls
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The Worst Person On The Internet This Week Is This Bride Who Wants To Polygraph Her Guests And Expects Them To Drop $1,000 To Match Her Dress Code - Digg
​Everyone appreciates a general dress code on a wedding invitation. A simple "cocktail attire" or "black tie optional" helps you choose an outfit that won't stick out like a sore thumb.
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5 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Teaching kids to code: I’m a developer and I think it doesn’t actually teach important skills.
On a recent late-night formula run, I passed by a large display of books about teaching children to code. I have seen these books around, but never such a large display directed toward elementary-aged children.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Will Uber Survive the Next Decade?
By steamrolling local taxi operations in cities all over the world and cultivating cheerleaders in the business press and among Silicon Valley libertarians, Uber has managed to create an image of inevitability and invincibility.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Enormous Life of Anthony Bourdain, According to Those Who Knew Him Best | GQ
Chris Bourdain is searching for a word that he cannot quite find. We're sitting together in a small café in Grand Central Terminal, drinking table wine and talking about his late older brother, Anthony.
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The Thai Cave Rescue: Miracle At Tham Luang | GQ
Six days after the miracle, when the boys were cocooned in a sterile hospital and the divers had flown home and almost all of the journalists had dispersed, people came to the cave again.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Portrait of a planet on the verge of climate catastrophe | Environment | The Guardian
As the UN sits down for its annual climate conference this week, many experts believe we have passed the point of no return by On Sunday morning hundreds of politicians, government officials and scientists will gather in the grandeur of the International Congress Centre in Katowice, Poland.
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6 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
George Bush, 41st President, Dies at 94 - The New York Times
VideoMr. Bush, part of a new generation of Republicans, was often referred to as the most successful one-term president.
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This Is One Way To Respond When A Scammer DMs You On Twitter - Digg
​Ken White, one of the law writers behind the popular blog Popehat, recently got a fishy-sounding direct message from one "Grant Williams" on Twitter. "Hello my friend we are Forex trade investment team from United States Washington DC what about you?" asked "Grant.
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Marijuana Is Now Teens' Most Popular First Drug - The Atlantic
Everything my teen self knew about gateway drugs, I learned from a frying pan and a college basketball player. They were both tentpoles of the “Just say no” heyday in the 1980s and ’90s, beamed into my brain through after-school television or guest speakers at school assemblies.
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Trump China trade war: US farms are filing for bankruptcy - Vox
President Donald Trump’s trade war with China is making life harder for struggling American farmers. A total of 84 farms in the upper Midwest filed for bankruptcy between July 2017 and June 2018, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Meet Annie Easley, the barrier-breaking mathematician who helped us explore the solar system
There’s a famous photo of Annie Easley. She’s standing next to a huge control panel with dials, lights, buttons from floor to ceiling. She looks like a character in a movie, commanding a fearless space mission.
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Murder on a Mountain Bike | Outside Online
Around 10 a.m. on Friday, September 15, 2017, Ginger Chase-Watkins called the Old Town Bike Shop in Colorado Springs looking for her husband, Tim Watkins. She hadn’t heard from him in more than 24 hours.
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Cat Stares Down Bear Through Glass Door, Lets Everyone Know Who's Boss - Digg
​Never underestimate small animals. Especially when it's a territorial feline that isn't afraid to pounce first.
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France will return artworks to the west African state of Benin | Dazed
France’s President Macron has announced that some African artworks in French museums will be returned to their countries of origin, after consulting experts who recommended the action.
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7 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
How to Save Money But Still Have a Life
Living With Money explores the personal side of personal finance: how our bank balances do and don’t define who we are. In a city as expensive as New York, I take budgeting very seriously.
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Man killed on remote Indian island tried to 'declare Jesus' to tribe | World news | The Guardian
An American man who was killed by an isolated tribe on a remote Indian island wrote to his parents hours before his death that he wanted to “declare Jesus” to the tribespeople and that they should “not be angry at them or at God if I get killed”.
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Wall Street Is Betting That Lawmakers Want to Humiliate Big Tech—But Not Regulate It | Vanity Fair
Facebook is in a world of hurt, or so it would seem, after The New York Times published a splashy, five-byline exposé last week that documented the social-media giant’s ponderous, self-serving response to Russian infiltration of its platform.
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2019 Performance Car of the Year - 2019 Corvette ZR1 Named Road & Track's PCOTY
There was no escaping the rain. It had followed us across Kentucky and Tennessee, three days and nights in a row, alternating between indifferent sprinkles and fervent cloudbursts, hiding treacherous pools of water around every corner, blowing leaves and branches across our path.
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Inside the Flat Earth Conference, Where the World’s Oldest Conspiracy Theory Is Hot Again
DENVER—“In five years, everyone will know the Earth is flat,” Scott Simons tells me as we wait in line for the second annual Flat Earth Conference.
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This Man Will Eat Anything on Ice Cream Reddit Tells Him to - MUNCHIES
Eric is a man with iron tastebuds and a Ron Swanson-esque vibe, both of which he has successfully combined to great effect thanks to the peculiar fascinations and machinations of the internet.
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Will Stanich's Ever Reopen? Why America's Best Burger Spot Closed Down - Thrillist
I n my office, I have a coffee mug from Stanich’s in Portland, Oregon. Under the restaurant name, it says “Great hamburgers since 1949.
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8 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Stan Lee's Legacy of Controversy, Lawsuits and Sexual Harassment Allegations Explained
Growing up, comics were my life. Once every couple of months we would take the bus for over an hour into the center of London where we'd enter the hallowed halls of the famous comic-book shop Forbidden Planet.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
A Day in the Life of a Mountain-Bike Trail Builder | Outside Online
Clayton Woodruff, vice president of Progressive Trail Designs (PTD) in Bentonville, Arkansas, misses digging in the dirt.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Baraboo High Schoolers Photographed Doing Nazi Salute
A photo of a group of boys at their junior prom went viral on Monday, when it was posted to social media, and reposted by journalist Jules Suzdaltsev.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
My Father's SOS—From the Middle of the Sea | Outside Online
My father’s e-mail didn’t make much sense, but he seemed to be saying that pirates had boarded his boat. “Being kidnappedby filmcompany Deep south blackcult took over steering,” it read. “Ship disabled.” He sent this to my mother, Martha Carr, at 4:30 a.m.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Eric Ripert and Sandra Zweig Remember Anthony Bourdain and Parts Unknown
The first time Eric Ripert met Anthony Bourdain, he had no idea he'd be on camera. This was back in 2000, when Bourdain's breakthrough memoir Kitchen Confidential was rattling the culinary world and beyond.
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9 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
This Close-Up Shot Of Jupiter's Storms Is Simply Breathtaking - Digg
This stunning image of enormous, swirling clouds on Jupiter was taken by NASA's Juno spacecraft during its 16th close flyby of our galaxy's largest planet.
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Where Your Wool Comes From | Outside Online
There’s a decent chance that the wool in your outdoor gear came from these animals: the sheep from S. Martinez Livestock, near Mabton, Washington. It’s the last large-scale sheep-herding operation on the state’s public forestland.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Florida Amendment 4 results: ex-felon voting rights restored via ballot initiative - Vox
Florida voters during Tuesday’s midterm elections approved Amendment 4, automatically restoring voting rights in the state for people previously convicted of felonies.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Stranger in the Shelter | Outside Online
Three people met in the Georgia woods. They were two young men and a girl not yet 18. They were a drifter and a pair who barely knew each other. They were, all three, green to the outdoors, new to the dragon-backed highlands near the southern end of the Appalachian Trail.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Merch by Amazon, Teespring Are Fueling Passive Income | Money
Nearly every night after dinner for eight straight months, Glen Zubia brewed a cup of coffee, turned on heavy metal music, and made T-shirts. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays he designed in Adobe Illustrator.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Fox News Is Poisoning America. Shun Murdoch and His Heirs.
In the early 1990s, some of the smartest people resisting Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic worked out of a chaotic office in the center of Belgrade.
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Kehinde Wiley on Painting Obama and Making It As an Artist - The Atlantic
By age 12, Kehinde Wiley had a reputation in his Los Angeles neighborhood for being a talented artist.
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Murder on the Prairies: Fire, lies and a missing deer head - The Globe and Mail
Off Range Road 132 in central Alberta, a broad driveway leads past an edge of trees into a yard, where once there stood a modest white house and a tidy farm. On the morning of Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013, the house off the highway was quiet and dark.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The Problem with Sexual Education in the United States - America's Sex Ed Crisis
News flash: Pretty much everyone has sex before marriage (95 percent of Americans, to be exact). Yet lots of high school teens are being taught to wait (they won’t) without being told how to use birth control or lower their risk of getting STIs.
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10 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Down caret
Being petty can feel good. While we often shoot for grandeur, we frequently land at petty—an offshoot of the French word petit, to be specific. Petty has been a belittling word; calling someone petty would historically have been a derogatory statement.
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11 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: 11 killed and suspect taken into custody | US news | The Guardian
Local media reported that at least four people were dead after a man opened fire at a synagogue in Pittsburgh on Saturday. The CBS affiliate KDKA reported that police had exchanged shots with a gunman and people barricaded inside had made calls out.
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11 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
Here's A Perfect, 8-Second Internet Video - Digg
​We hope to find something we're as excited about as Stella the dog is about this pile of leaves:[H/T Twitter]
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Hurricanes destroy beachside homes, but not this one | Popular Science
On October 10, Hurricane Michael spun Category 4 winds around the upper reaches of the Sunshine State. With sustained winds of 155 miles per hour, the tempest was the strongest to ever hit the Florida Panhandle—and the fourth worst to make landfall in the lower United States.
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12 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
The One Place in the US Google Earth Stopped Mapping - Motherboard
On Thursday, Brendan Byrne and Dhruv Mehrotra are hosting INTERNAL USE ONLY in Brooklyn, where they will be displaying the satellite image they bought, as well as artwork by Sebastrian Gladstone.
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12 weeks ago by Goldmanjordan
iPhones are hard to use ¶ Personal Weblog of Joe Clark, Toronto
On two occasions on the same bus route, I couldn’t stand to watch late-middle-aged persons (eyeglasses perched on forehead in one case) struggle to read their iPhones. I took hold of their phones for a moment each (I got permission) and brought up the well-hidden screen for text-size selection.
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