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Jul 29, 2015

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You might bury your feelings today to avoid a potential meltdown as your emotions draw you into the shadows. You're accustomed to the light, but may be resistant to exploring the dark. Don't be distra...



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  • Employee Sent Home After Shorts From Her Own Store Deemed 'Too Revealing,' She Says

    A former JCPenney employee has taken to Twitter to illustrate just how hypocritical dress codes for women can be. “Boss sent me home for wearing 'too revealing' shorts that I bought from the store I work at in the career section,” Sylva Stoel tweeted on Friday. She included a photo of herself in a pair of red shorts that hit at about...

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  • One Common Thing All Cheaters Have in Common!


    It's never been easier to cheat! Online dating sites, social media, and hookup apps give your partner endless ways to cheat and get away with it.

  • Hot Clicks: Lindsey Pelas; Meet Manute Bol's Son Bol Bol

    Tuesday's A.M. Hot Clicks: lovely lady of the day Lindsey Pelas; Meet Manute Bol's Son Bol Bol

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  • Earth Will Only Have 12 Hours To Prepare For Massive Solar Storm

    In a new government document, the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills has laid out its Space Weather Preparedness Strategy, outlining the risks of unsettled space weather as well as what it plans to do about them. The document explains that the worst case scenario is a ‘coronal mass ejection’ - huge eruptions on the sun which cause parts of its corona to detach. The worst case scenario is based on the Carrington event of 1859, which caused solar-flare related x-rays and radiation storms.

  • 6 ways mentally strong people keep others from walking all over them

    Letting others dictate our thoughts and emotions is easy. People give away their power when they...

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  • An American Dentist Killed Zimbabwe’s Famous Lion

    Cecil the lion, a famous black-maned resident of Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, died at the hands of an American dentist, conservationists claim. “Mr. Palmer shot Cecil with a bow and arrow but this shot didn't kill him,” Johnny Rodrigues, chairman of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, said in a statement. Cecil, who was known all over the world would have earned millions of dollars just from sightseeing.

  • Obstructed airways cause snoring and sleep apnea.


    Finally there is a snoring solution that beats CPAP, opens up your airways, and stops snoring without all the hassles of CPAP machines.

  • Linda Tripp breaks silence after nearly 20 years, unloads on Hillary

    Linda Tripp, the tape-recording former pal of Monica Lewinsky who exposed the intern’s affair with President Bill Clinton, broke nearly two decades of silence Tuesday and unloaded on Hillary Clinton. The 65-year-old Tripp tore into both Clintons, but saved her harshest rhetoric for the former first lady, calling her a power-hungry monster who would do anything to get elected. “I think the most compelling thing about Hillary is that she will stop at nothing to achieve her end and that she views the public as plebeians easily seduced into believing her point of view,” Tripp told the Daily Mail. Tripp said Hillary was a key leader in White House efforts to squash “bimbo eruptions,” when the West Wing unleashed quick-fire responses to discredit women claiming to have had affairs with Bubba.

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  • Blake Shelton puts Miranda Lambert's stuff on his front porch. Cue the country breakup song ...

    On Tuesday, it looked a lot like Blake Shelton didn't want ex-wife Miranda Lambert's stuff in his house anymore -- and apparently she didn't want her stuff either. The porch of the former couple's Oklahoma ranch house was heaped with piles of stuff that TMZ sources said belonged to the "Mama's Broken Heart" singer. Shelton is reportedly keeping the ranch, with Lambert moving to Nashville.

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  • New study shows Obamacare is succeeding at one of its most fundamental goals

    It's been nearly two years since the Affordable Care Act was fully implemented. And a new study...

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  • TV depiction of Colombia's only saint angers her devotees

    BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — For weeks, billboards on buses and television spots have been announcing what promises to be Colombia's next big prime-time sensation.

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  • Zion Harvey, boy who lost hands to infection, gets double-hand transplant

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — An 8-year-old boy who lost his hands and feet to a serious infection has become the youngest patient to receive a double-hand transplant, surgeons said Tuesday. Zion Harvey's forearms were heavily bandaged but his hands were visible as he flashed some big smiles Tuesday at a hospital ...

    The Washington Times 24 mins ago
  • Kristen Stewart, Idris Elba in Venice Film Festival lineup

    ROME (AP) — This year's Venice Film Festival will include Kristen Stewart in a sci-fi romance, a war story with Idris Elba and a thriller starring Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson.

    Chambersburg Public Opinion 33 mins ago

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