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Skip Marley Is Ready For Peaceful Action

Skip Marley is one stress free human being. In fact, just saying the word ‘stress’ in his cool Jamaican accent seems to be against his code of conduct. “The one time I got a little bit stressed, was when I was on the Grammy stage with Katy Perry.” he calmly said. It was then that I noticed he wasn’t sweating.

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A New Innovation Of Intelligence

The buzz in the technology community about artificial intelligence was initially sparked by one of the manufacturing G.O.A.T.s  IBM. Their “watson” platform is set to revamp the intelligence scene. “We are the ones that woke up the AI world here again,” the IBM-CEO told sources. The head honcho implied that “the key to her century-old

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Everyone Can Appreciate A Binky

Good news comes for those who are strong in between having social media and removing themselves from it. Software developers introducing the app that is exclusive to the iPhone right now called “binky.” A lot of people don’t know how to categorize this app, some say it should be categorized as social media, but another

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Harvard’s Long Boot Of The Law

In recent events Harvard University, the staff has decided to revoke or pull student’s and missions over their personal social media comments and posts. Imagine one day you got a letter of acceptance from Harvard University one of the dream colleges of your life, but then you realize that they chose to take it back

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Top 4 Pool Ideas For The Summer

It’s the first day of summer, it’s only getting hotter, and too many people will be hoping they could buy the ultimate hot-weather luxury, the good ol’ fashioned swimming pool. Regardless if you live in a city complex, or even a suburban home, a pool is definitely a necessity in today’s hot weather conditions. The

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Oh Yeah Baby, It’s All About The Chocolate

Now one of the world’s favorite foods, chocolate, or the tree it comes from, has the scientific name of Theobroma cacao. It’s a fitting name, for theo means “a god” and broma means “food.” For almost anyone who tries it, chocolate truly does seem like the food of the gods. The people of what is

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Deadly Whipped Cream Strikes Again

This just in, French police are figuring out the death of a fitness guru that is a social media head. She was recently killed by an exploding whipped cream canister that was taken out of the open market back in 2013. The Mulhouse prosecutor’s office stated that investigation has been processed into The loss of

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How The World Celebrates Your Birthday on July 2nd

Happy Birthday! Besides being your special day, July 2 is also known for a few other holidays and observances. Or maybe they’re really all in celebration of you!  In a non-Leap Year, July 2 is the mid-point of the calendar because there are exactly 182 days before and after it.  The famous French astrologist and

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The Power Is All In The Millennial’s Hands

It is a sad time in this day and age because millennial’s are often criticized for their overexertion with technologyAnd other things alike. Whether you are supporting it or against it, this is the up-and-coming generation that is going to lead us in the direction in the best way the see fit.  Within 2020 nearly

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It’s All About The Cats of Ireland

The Irish do love dogs and horses, but cats tend to be somewhat suspect. Almost forty percent of homes own a dog while barely ten percent claims a cat. The reasons for this go far back into history. The earliest semi-domesticated cats in England, Scotland, and Wales were probably bred down from the Scottish Wildcat,

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Bye Bye Physical World

Today in this modern age, specifically 2017, it is a new era of technology and progression where everything that we know is changing around us. From how we do our banking all the way to shopping for groceries, or even clothes, it is technology that drives this modern force we call society. I was walking

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GM Sells Opel To Peugot Citroen

General Motors has sold its money hemorrhaging European operations in a deal worth around $2.3 billion to Opel to the French automaker PSA group.The deal also includes the sale of GM financial European division, which will be jointly acquired by PSA and BNP Paribas.  Thanks to the deal, PSA is now the second largest automaker

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Family Outing Ideas For Disney World In California

Disney’s California Adventure, or DCA, is right across the walkway from Disneyland. That park is, of course, world famous for having attractions which the entire family can enjoy together. DCA, on the other hand, is geared more towards older teens and young adults. But DCA still has plenty of rides for families to do as

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Adios Uber, Mi Amor

  Uber’s very own CEO Travis Kalanick, has finally resigned from the driving empire that he helped discovered way back in 2009. At Hoover representative had given sources the cold hard confirmation. It is unfortunate that a specific circumstance like this had led the company into a taste spiral downward. But like everything else good

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How To Attack Anxiety Back

Have you ever felt like your life was in danger for no apparent reason, or even an instant state of helplessness?  I know I have. It is what we all know it to be cold anxiety. Around 40 million American adults suffer from this crippling illness. That is roughly 18% of the nation’s population alone

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The Technology Summit’s Quiet Avalanche

As we are are about to close the week of June the White House office of American innovation has began the American technology Council. They have held a technology field summit that included the top dogs. The main objective of this summit was to help try, and improve the government’s technology services. Donald chomp and

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Assassin’s Creed Is Back With A Vengeance

Early in the life of the series, I look forward to assassins creed games with the level of anticipation that a few franchises could match. The original game, it’s sequel, and the amazing brotherhood all hold special places in my personal video game Hall of Fame. At the time, I couldn’t see how anything could

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Heed The Warning By Bill Gross

Bill Gross who is an investor heated warning on TuesdayThat the monetary policy has exhausted itself I started to disconnect between the financial economy and real-life economy. This has definitely raised a very big red flag for investors. “Don’t be mesmerized by the blue skies created by central bank QE and near perpetually low interest

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King Of The Beards

From the beginning of time, Men have been for ever growing beards. Depending on the individual it can be a huge hassle to grow an epic face full of excellence. From letting it grow out to using products, it is a forever struggle to obtain that unique appearance. My friend the other day recommended the

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Putting Chefs In The Hot Seat

World-class celebrity and Chef Padma Lakshmi was invited to a YouTube sensation show called hot ones that is hosted by First we feast. In this specific yet interesting interview called quote hot ones”, The special guests gets interviewed 10 questions by host, Sean Evans. The flip side to this whole interview is that throughout each

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The Everyday Struggle Continues

On today’s #EverydayStruggle from Los Angeles, Joe Budden, DJ Akademiks, and Nadeska run through the day’s hottest topics including who they think will win best female rapper at the BET Awards, Faizon Love’s theory that Tupac would be alive if he didn’t hang out with Snoop Dogg, and more of Tory Lanez’s adventures on the

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Safety Sun Glasses Are Here

The sun rises and sets at peak travel periods, during the early morning and afternoon rush hours and many drivers find themselves temporarily blinded while driving directly into the glare of the sun. Daily accidents are regularly caused by such blinding glare with danger arising from reflected light off another vehicle, the pavement, or even

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