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Nov 28, 2015

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  • 20 Misused Words That Make Smart People Look Dumb

    We're all tempted to use words that we're not too familiar with.If this were the only problem, I wouldn't have much to write about. That's because we're cautious with words we're unsure of and, thus, they don't create much of an issue for us.It's the words that we think we're using correctly that wreak the most havoc.We throw them around in...

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  • Pic: Ronda Rousey smiling, looking great after UFC 193 knockout loss at Thanksgiving dinner

    Ronda Rousey may be in hiding following her highly-publicized knockout loss (video) to undefeated mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter -- and current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's Bantamweight titleholder -- Holly Holm, but that didn't stop "Rowdy" from enjoying a slice of Turkey Day. The 28-year-old was last seen defending her 135-pound title at the UFC 193 pay-per-view (PPV) two weeks ago in Melbourne, Australia, where "Preacher's Daughter" beat her from pillar-to-post, eventually obtaining the upset victory over the Olympic bronze medal-winning Judoka early in round two. Despite the busted lip she received from Holm -- which looks more than patched up -- Rousey made it out to a

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  • David Beckham Embarrasses Son Brooklyn With Instagram Comment

    If you think you’re parents are embarrassing on social media then you’ll probably be pleased to hear that you’re definitely not the only one, and it doesn’t matter if your mum and dad are average, everyday people or global superstars - they will find a way of humiliating you online. Just ask sixteen-year-old Brooklyn Beckham, who has been called out on Instagram by his dad for the second time this year. Trying to look all brooding ‘n’ cool like every other teen on the social network, Brooklyn posted an edgy black and white photograph of himself in a retro designer hoodie, alongside the caption: “Rocking the old school Ralph Lauren”.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Town demolishes veteran's house while he has surgery

    WEST HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) — When a U.S. Navy veteran traveled from Long Island to Florida for a knee replacement, his house was the last thing on his mind. But now his memory of it is all he can think about.

    Associated Press
  • Mayhem ensued when Lee Corso played with a gun to pick Oklahoma State

    Giving Lee Corso firearms is always an interesting decision.

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  • Check Out 2015's Latest Festival Dance Moves


    See fans grooving around the Toyota Tent at this summer's music fests.

  • Britney Spears's Sweet Family Snaps Will Make You Love Her Even More

    Britney Spears's Instagram has turned into her personal scrapbook. The singer is all about sharing her adventures with sons Sean Federline, 9, and Jayden Federline, 8, whose sweet smiles will look familiar to any longtime Brit fan. During the Summer, the trio made a splash in Hawaii, gave us Little Mermaid flashbacks, and owned the red carpet at the Teen Choice Awards, and in November, Britney shared a proud moment with her Instagram followers — Sean Preston received the award for best encourager at school. For Britney, motherhood has meant more than anything else, even during her iconic early days. "I've had a career since I was 16, have traveled around the world and back, and even kissed Madonna!"

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  • “Sorry we killed your family”: We are the terrorists in the Middle East, and our compliant media will never tell the truth

    As the great American lawyer and statesman John Adams noted, “facts are stubborn things.” Anybody paying attention to the facts regarding the U.S. bombing of a Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan on Oct. 3 could come to the conclusion that the attack was not a “mistake” but a targeted strike. To come to this conclusion one would have to abandon the belief that U.S. intentions are always benevolent and tragedies like Kunduz are simply “accidents” that happen in the fog of war. More importantly, such a conclusion would require one to put two words back to back that the mainstream U.S. press would find ludicrous: Western terrorism. It is unlikely that the U.S. media would ever

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  • Target's online sales broke a record on Thanksgiving — here are the top 3 items sold

    Target had its biggest online shopping day ever on Thanksgiving. "Demand outpaced 2014's record...

    Business Insider

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