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Ace Hardware Resumes Laura Ingraham Advertising, Sparking Outrage

People on social media quickly vented their outrage with Ace’s reversal, with some vowing to boycott: Other advertisers that dropped her show include Nutrish, TripAdvisor, Wayfair, Expedia, Nestlé, Johnson & Johnson, Stitch Fix, Jenny Craig, Hulu and JoS. A. Bank. My Pillow’s founder vowed to continue advertising on Ingraham’s show.  Fox News co-president Jack Abernethy told the

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Heartbeat actor Bill Maynard dies at 89

Other roles included Oh No, It’s Selwyn Froggitt!, The Gaffer and In Sickness and In Health. He also made appearances in Carry On films Carry On At Your Convenience, Carry On Matron and Carry On Dick, and was Sergeant Beetroot in TV series Worzel Gummidge in 1980. Maynard’s most recent role was a brief appearance

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"Suicide Machine" That Lets You Experience Death Is Now Available For The Public To Try

Death could be as easy, quick, and painless as simply pressing a button. At least, that’s what the creator of the world’s first 3D-printed “suicide machine” intends for the future. Open to the public for the first time, Dr Philip Nitschke (nicknamed Dr Death) announced plans to debut his latest suicide-assisting machine “Sarco” (short for sarcophagus) at Amsterdam’s

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The Best, Most Underrated Lines From Shows And Movies, Pt. 1

We’re making memes smarter. So can you. Visit the Photoplasty and Pictofacts Workshop to get started. Sometimes movie and TV writing is so great that it wins awards. But a lot of times, absolutely brilliant lines go by completely unnoticed. We asked our readers to rectify that by showing us the best things movie and

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5 Upcoming Movies That Look Good And Crazy

It’s hard to keep up with every upcoming movie. The 27 superhero movies being released in 2018 alone are enough to tax anyone’s attention span to its limit, and since their collective advertising budget is larger than the GDP of most nations, you don’t even have to go out of your way to learn about

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Palm oil banned by Iceland supermarkets

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPalm oil can be found in everyday items ranging from peanut butter and chocolate to instant noodles Iceland is to stop using palm oil in own-brand products by the end of 2018. The Deeside-based chain – the first major UK supermarket to ban palm oil – said