18 April

For centuries, the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris has sheltered some of the world’s most sacred relics, artifacts, and works of art. As a horrendous fire raged over the Gothic structure on April 15th, causing its spire and ribbed roof to crumble, everyone feared for the fate of the treasures secured inside the cathedral. Had […]

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18 April

Everyone has a friend who’s managed to get bumped up to First Class once, maybe twice, even three times, without paying. If you never have, it’s hard to imagine what luxuries await you in those desperately sought-after seats on the other side of the flight attendants’ curtain. A select few get to ride in those […]

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18 April

Do you need thrust to climb the life-ladder? I feel everyone needs it in a competition-driven world. That brute force is nothing but motivation! Do you strive for motivation? It doesn’t matter you take one big stride to pursue your dream career or a small step towards bowing down to a boring monotony; each move […]

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18 April

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Monty Python may have thought they were testing the limits of absurdity in their version of the hunt for the Holy Grail, but, believe it or not, rabbits can prove to be blood-thirsty beasts. The movie’s producers, no doubt, chose to use a bunny as a carnivorous, deadly […]

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18 April

The Times Have Changed CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source of this funny post if you would like to see more. CLICK HERE Author: liver: https://www.eatliver.com/feed/

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17 April

Vera Lynn began her music career at age 15. And on March 20, 2019, the “Forces Sweetheart” celebrated her 102nd birthday. The performer who captured the heart of the nation with songs like “We’ll Meet Again” and “(There’ll Be Bluebirds Over) the White Cliffs of Dover” fortified the morale of a nation and has supported […]

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17 April

“Damascus steel”, as it became known, achieved an almost mythical status back in Europe, as the accounts of pilgrims and Crusaders filtered back to their homelands. Blades forged with Damascus steel were said to be flexible enough to bend from the hilt, strong enough to cleave a man in two, and sharp enough to — […]

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17 April

The news that a large fire engulfed the beloved Gothic-age structure, the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on April 15th, sent shockwaves around the world. The flames began in the afternoon hours and shortly after caused the cathedral’s prominent spire to collapse. The fire continued to burn for hours and further ravaged the ribbed roof […]

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17 April

The name Benedict Arnold has become synonymous with the idea of betrayal, but how, exactly, did that happen? What did he do, and why did he do it? Benedict Arnold was born in 1741, to a family whose ancestors were among the first to come to Rhode Island. Despite the fact that the Arnolds, as […]

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17 April

When was the last time you did something for yourself? Whether it was deciding to treat yourself with a little something or travel for some R&R, how often do you practice self-care? Well, as good as above sounds, there’s a common misconception that many of us have about self-care: that it’s only about indulgence and enjoyment. […]

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