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Angry Sanitation Worker in Moldova Stages One-Man Political Protest With Tons of Poo

It’s said that if a corporate workplace isn’t cleaned regularly, absenteeism can increase by nearly 50%. But one disgruntled sanitation wo...
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Recent Summit on Managed Services Forecasts Growth with Growing Pains

The fifth annual Managed Services and Hosting Summit was held on September 17 with a great deal of success. Among the various speakers and sessions, t...
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Anna Duggar Ready For Divorce After Josh’s Scandal

According to the experts, nearly two-thirds of divorces are filed by women, and TV wife Anna Duggar is no exception. According to International Busine...
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Jamaican Lottery Scams Run Rampant, Driving One Dementia-Stricken Man to Suicide

For years, lottery scams have been preying on the elderly, scamming senior individuals in the United States and beyond out of billions of dollars each...
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Eco-Friendly Homes Now More Popular Than Ever

The design shows what looks to be a traditional English garden at first glance. It’s certainly impressive, with monuments, perfect grass, and a ...
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Little Boy’s Halloween Costume Goes Viral on Social Media

With Halloween fast approaching, some parents are scrambling to find the best costumes for their children. But one family in Chesapeake, VA, found the...
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Expedia Survey Finds Family Travel Still Popular

A recent survey released by Expedia has shown that, although there have been big changes in how families make plans and what they do, family vacations...
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Japan’s Military Defense Branch Starts New Procurement Agency

Japan’s Defense Minister, General Nakatani, announced the official launch of the Ministry of Defense’s new procurement agency on Oct. 1. T...
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During Relentless Heat Wave, Some Los Angeles Students Had No Air Conditioning

It may have been September, but Los Angeles was still engulfed by a relentless heat wave for much of last month, with temperatures hovering between 80...
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Katy Perry Wages New Lawsuit Against Bidding Rival in Fight for Old L.A. Convent

Most people aren’t so interested in purchasing an old convent that they’re willing to fight in court just to buy it… But then again, most people...