August 2018


There’s a reason most millennials can’t afford to buy a house. And it’s not avocado toast.

There’s no doubt that millennials are one of the most talked about generations. But millennials are also one of the most misunderstood. They are often mischaracterized as “lazy, entitled, and narcissistic.” They are accused of killing a whole ton of industries ranging from diamonds to beer. The list goes on and on. But one of […]

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Democrats had a big night. But not winning is a big asterisk.

(CNN)The reviews are in and Tuesday was a huge night for Democrats. HUGE! They closed the gap in a special election for a congressional seat long-held by Republicans and their candidate has under 2,000 fewer votes than the Republican candidate. People have been saying it for quite a while and Tuesday cements that the prognosis […]

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How Democrats Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Class Struggle

It seems quaint today, but back in November 2014, Democrats in Washington were genuinely alarmed about their party’s electoral situation. They’d been stomped in the midterm elections, lost control of the Senate, and Republicans had secured their largest House majority since 1931. In response, the Center for American Progress ― an organ of the Clinton […]

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Democrats Will Not Win House, Republicans Will Lose It

Democrats Will Not Win House, Republicans Will Lose It Tomorrow is Election Day in the United States. Every member of the House of Representatives is up for re-election, and one third of the United States Senate. It is difficult living in the greatest democracy in 12,000 years of civilization, and not after a while grow […]

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Anderson Cooper Taunts Donald Trump Jr. Over Awkward ‘Ferris Bueller’ Moment

The host of CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360°” mocked President Donald Trump’s eldest son for Cooper, meanwhile, turned to the ’80s teen flick “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” to make sense of it all. Check out the clip above, and Cooper’s “Bueller”-themed quip from the 8-minute mark.

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Cuando se te pierde la piata pero la encuentras en Facebook

En esta triste historia, el dueo de una pizzera lamenta la prdida de su mascota. Qu hacer? Pues va donde est todo el mundo: a Facebook. La respuesta no se hace esperar… 1 Pin It Vía facebook 2 Pin It Vía facebook 3 Pin It Vía facebook 4 Pin It Vía facebook 5 Pin It […]

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Please Don’t Give Up Your Pet Over The Fear Of Dog-Lick Bacteria

Greg Manteufel, 48, was diagnosed with a blood infection from capnocytophaga canimorsus, a bacteria found in dog and cat mouths. Doctors believe Manteufel became infected after a dog licked him. “I would never, ever think that somebody should give up their dog or cat,” said  What is capnocytophaga canimorsus, exactly? according to the CDC. Up […]

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What everyone’s getting wrong about this sexist cartoon.

The comic seems obviously offensive at first glance: A woman with an ambiguously colored skin tone, with thick curves, spots a book lying on the ground. She picks it up and begins going through a radical physical transformation in which she becomes more petite, dressed in more conservative clothing and has distinctively white skin. But […]

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Robin Wright Is Married Again!

People reports. A post shared by Dylan Penn (@iamdylanpenn) on Aug 12, 2018 at 3:07am PDT A post shared by Robin Wright Fan Page ❤️ (@robinwrightnow) on Aug 12, 2018 at 6:17pm PDT Princess Buttercup.) told People that the wedding was “very intimate and lowkey.”  The actress and Giraudet, a  Since then, the two have taken […]

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Required Travel Documents For Your Overseas Holiday

Required Travel Documents For Your Overseas Holiday A passport is an internationally recognized travel document that verifies the identity and nationality of the bearer. Only the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Embassies and Consulates have the authority to grant, issue, or verify U.S. passports. For travel overseas and to facilitate reentry into the U.S., […]

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