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Oct 4, 2015

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  • Louisiana-Monroe QB Daniel Fitzwater dies

    Fitzwater injured his knee and was set to miss the 2015 season. He was 20 years old.

    Dr. Saturday
  • What Your Annuity Salesman Wants to Keep a Secret


    Annuity Insights created by Forbes columnist Ken Fisher’s firm, offers some startling facts about this often complex investment product.

  • My neighbor from hell: But did sweet, ugly revenge go too far?

    Last January I was at a party when my wife texted that our walls sounded like they were raining. She wasn’t on LSD. She was at home with our two children, and it was much too cold for rain. I asked her to feel the walls to see if they were wet. They weren’t. I told her I’d listen when I got home, then forgot all about it. Later, when I passed my neighbor’s door, I heard the rain and knocked. No answer. I looked outside for my neighbor’s car, but it was gone, so I did what seemed the neighborly thing and called the guy. When he didn’t pick up, I left a voicemail suggesting he check on the noise. My wife nodded, and I fell asleep. Two or three hours later, I heard banging on the front door. My

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  • American daredevil Strange dies in wingsuit jump

    The American daredevil Johnny Strange has died in the Swiss Alps while attempting a wingsuit jump, the latest casualty in what is regarded as one the most dangerous extreme sports, authorities said Friday. On Thursday afternoon, Strange jumped from a 2,000 metre summit in the Swiss canton of Uri wearing a wingsuit, a piece of equipment that resembles human-size bat wings.

  • Ancient Romans had no need for dentists, because of one food they didn’t eat

    Modern dental hygiene would have been quite unnecessary for ancient Romans living in Pompeii, as research has revealed that they had impressively healthy teeth. Scientists appointed by the Archaeological Superintendence of Pompeii have used CAT scans to examine 30 Pompeii inhabitants who were preserved in hardened ash after Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79. The…

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  • The Republican Party chair hinted at a major potential electoral change — and everyone flipped out

    It was the seemingly off-the-cuff remark that prompted virtually the entire Republican...

    Business Insider
  • The 1 Weird Reason Companies Don't Have a Website


    For a limited time, Developers behind this groundbreaking website building technology want to get it into the hands of as many businesses as possible.

  • Secret Service agents: Hillary is a nightmare to work with

    “‘Good morning, ma’am,” a member of the uniformed Secret Service once greeted Hillary Clinton. “F— off,” she replied. That exchange is one among many that active and retired Secret Service agents shared with Ronald Kessler, author of “First Family Detail,” a compelling look at the intrepid personnel who shield America’s presidents and their families — and those whom they guard. Kessler writes flatteringly and critically about people in both parties. Regarding the Clintons, Kessler presents Chelsea as a model protectee who respected and appreciated her agents. He describes Bill as a difficult chief executive, but an easygoing ex-president. And Kessler exposes Hillary as an epically abusive Arctic

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  • Japanese children as young as 6 or 7 take the subway and run errands alone — here's why

    It’s a common sight on Japanese mass transit: children troop through train cars, singly or in small groups, looking for seats. They wear knee socks, polished patent leather shoes, and plaid jumpers, with wide-brimmed hats fastened under the chin and train passes pinned to their backpacks. The kids are as young as six or seven, on their way to and from school, and there is nary a guardian in sight. Parents in Japan regularly send their kids out into the world at a very young age. A popular television show called Hajimete no Otsukai, or My First Errand, features children as young as two or three being sent out to do a task for their family. As they tentatively make their way to the greengrocer

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  • Skills Men Need: 4 Things Every Man Should Know How to Do

    Here are 4 essential skills every guy should know.

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