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  • 15 Times Nickelback Fired Back At Their Haters

    The Canadian natives may be America's most favorite band to hate, and they know it.

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  • Japanese Men Have Their Health In Check. You?

    It's Men's Health Month! Where do you stack up?

  • A Short Film To Satisfy The Bechdel Test

    When to merely satisfy, is not really satisfying at all. Featuring NY Neo-Futurists: Meg Bashwiner, Katy-May Hudson, Rayne Harris, Krys Seli.

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  • Why Do I Mean By Freelance Ideas?

    In this article curated by Pc Mate You can learn much more about freelance world.

  • Meu Engenheiro Civil Favorito

    No universo das Engenharias, há muitas áreas de atuação. Tá em dúvida em qual delas seguir? Vem conhecer um pouco mais da Engenharia Civil da Universidade de Taubaté (UNITAU), quem sabe você não constrói um amor pelo curso! <3

  • 8 Ways To Prevent Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer Just reading those words can make many women worry. And that’s natural. Nearly everyone knows someone touched by the disease. But there is a lot of good news about breast cancer these days. Treatments keep getting better, and we know more than ever about ways to prevent the disease. These eight simple steps…

  • Algunas Propiedades De La Cáscara De Cacao

    La cáscara de cacao posee magenio y este es un mineral que necesita nuestro cuerpo para que funcione adecuadamente, ayuda a regular las cantidades de azúcar en la sangre, tiene alto contenido en cromo por tanto ayuda a regularizar nuestro metabolismo (genial si queremos bajar unos kilitos demás). Por eso y por más, bienvenido seas CACAO! ? Lo podemos usar como un té, lo hervimos y si desean le pueden agregar algún tipo de leche de soya, queda genial, o también como agua de tiempo ?

  • Rush Hour

    When I wander the noisy streets of downtown Manhattan, I'm always trying to find something that will spark some sort of inspiration for me. It's so easy to get lost in the concrete and lights, especially when you've called New York home your whole life. NYC rarely catches glimpse of beauty, constantly covered by overlapping skyscrapers and embraced with the unpleasant smells of urine, bus exhaust and sewage. We unwillingly hide from the outside, caught up in train traffic, living in the shadows of the MTA. But still, I search the streets of New York, trying to find a glimpse of stillness and tranquility in the midst of the chaos. I remember seeing New York greener than it ever was before. Quieter than it ever was. It was on Union Square 14 street on a late June evening. Summer had finally broke and I remember wearing a creme white- lace knit dress. It showed off my bronzed legs. It must have been at the peak of rush hour of Friday. Only Friday and Saturday evenings in NYC is where you can see the rugged cement filled with lost souls trying to find someone to take home so that they can get their temporary fix. All the other days of the week they are all apart of the machine where they forget who they truly are and work to make some sort of living. They reluctantly mask their sense of style with blue, black and grey suits and collard shirts. I was with a group of friends and it was a very chill night. Drinking out of brown paper bags, phones in hand, laughing and joking about hating our dead-end jobs. We were going to watch a movie and then eat burgers at a diner not far down on 5th. The girls and guys in my group were all affected by the heat it was certain. They desperately tried to find the warm embrace from one another that was just right. Just tight enough, or just tender enough to feel loved and wanted. They coupled up two by two until I was left alone. But before that thought could even grow, I remember feeling the sun light hit the corner of my face. I backed away to move the sun out of my eyes, but trying to run from the light only made it easier to spot the glimpse of beauty Earth presented to me. All in one instant, the sky was beginning to be covered by the orange, lilac and a blue watercolor. But the clouds were staggered, slowly taking the sun away for the night. The rays from the clouds shun through the trees and the grass, hitting the fountain gently. All of a sudden, their faces weren't visible at one point and the silence of their mummers came over at this same instant. The large buildings were no longer visible and didn't make you feel trapped. For a moment, Union Square was vacant of all signs of industrialization and this one split moment, it was in its normal state. The grass, trees and brown trunks were the only thing visible as the sun illuminated this small patch of land. The cherry blossom trees were the softest shade of pink. For the first time, the city wasn't a city. It was quiet and peaceful. There weren't the noise of complaining and laughter to ruin it. It was complete and utter silence. The echoes of tourism were all muted. For a moment, I was no longer laughing with my friends, but I was in this in-between of beauty and reality. It was probably one of the greatest images one could have seen. And just like that it was all over. I think that's what makes New York special.

  • Which Of Your Male Friends Would You Ask To Donate His Sperm?

    We took at look at 6 modern options for lesbians to become pregnant. 10 years ago most lesbians looking to become a parent may have taken a trip to their local sperm bank to select an anonymous donor. In 2016/2017 over 11% of lesbians chose to asked a friend to donate his sperm.

  • 52 Sidesplitting Memes Gathered From The Internet

    The freshest and dankest memes from the internet, for your enjoyment.

  • What Will You Miss The Most About Ellen?

    Our favorite member of the H.I. team is leaving, find out what you will miss the most about her!

  • Fire. Pylenga 2. Orient Shipyard. Busan. South Korea

    Fire. Pylenga 2. Orient Shipyard. Busan. South Korea

  • Summer 2017 Boston Bucket List

    Spending your Summer in Boston? There are tons of things to do in and around the city. How many can you tick off by the time Fall semester rolls around? Let us know!

  • COMPARISM BETWEEN OMICRON CPC100 AND DOBLE M4100

    Below is the Best difference between Omicron cpc 100 and Doble M 4100 I have written out.

  • Tips To Keep Kids Safe This Summer

    While it's a great idea to encourage your children to go outside and play, it's important to take a few precautionary steps in order to keep their kids safe this summer. “As the temperature rises, so do the number of calls we receive to our 24/7 emergency hotline,” says Robert Ridge, president and CEO of MedicAlert Foundation Canada. The foundation is a charitable organization that provides customized medical bracelets and necklaces that assist Canadians of all ages in emergency situations. To give parents peace of mind while their children are in the care of others this summer, Ridge offers the following tips:

  • 21 Iconic Reality TV Moments

    It's time to stop being polite and start getting real.

  • Tips To Protect Your Banking Info

    A recent survey found one fifth of Canadians feel businesses should protect consumers against financial fraud. It's important for consumers and businesses to work with their financial institution to help identify and prevent fraudulent activity. Here are some things for businesses and consumers to consider when using debit and credit cards:

  • Which Dining Hall Meal Matches Your Residence Room Style?

    Outfit your res room, and we'll tell you which dining hall meal most closely matches your style!

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  • Top 7 Ways To Take Care Of Your Home

    Home this is a small word but it’s very meaningful. Just as we should keep the world clean as that is where we all live in it and it could be as small as we have to take care of our body in order to stay healthy. So if we want to keep your home healthy we have to take these important steps.

  • 7 Ways To Make Visitors Fall In Love With Your Website

    7 Ways to Make Visitors Fall in Love With Your Website