16 April

We often times think of goal setting as something done when we first start a business or a new job. But the reality is, we need to be regularly setting new goals as well as monitoring the progress of past goals. I personally like to assess and establish business goals during the first quarter of […]

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16 April

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Imagine you’re in the woods. You know—the deep, dark woods, far from civilization. Got it? Now imagine you see something you can’t explain, something covered in hair, something 8-feet tall that looks like an ape but walks like a man. And it’s headed your way. You’re frozen with […]

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16 April

20 Brilliant Licence Plates That Are Actually Funny We’ve previously featured 20 Brilliant Bumper Stickers That Are Actually Funny, but now it’s time to round up custom licence plates that doesn’t suck. CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source of this funny post […]

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15 April

Has anyone ever told you to take a “chill pill” or “chill out”? Chances are someone is telling you to calm down or relax and it has nothing to do with actually taking a pill. The slang phrase came into popular use in the 1980s, when attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was first recognized as […]

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15 April

A metal detectorist found a gold hat pin fashioned in the 15th century in a field in Lincolnshire, England. The jewel is believed to have belonged to Edward IV, a king who was famed for both his good looks and his dramatic victories in the Wars of the Roses. The ring is estimated as being […]

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14 April

In October of 1915, a woman from Chicago moved to the city of Ogden Dunes, Indiana, on the banks of Lake Michigan. Her name was Alice Mabel Gray. She lived in an abandoned fishing cabin. Gray would go on to become a local icon, and even left an amusing urban legend as part of her […]

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14 April

The Olympics includes some weird sports. Curling is one, despite its recent (some might say baffling) surge in popularity. Biathlon, that combination of cross-country skiing and shooting wildly popular in the Nordic countries, is often at the bottom of the ratings among Olympic broadcasts. Here are some strange events that have been eliminated from the […]

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14 April

Debbie Harry, the lead singer of Blondie, is a talented songwriter, mesmerizing performer, and a fashion icon. Together with her fellow band members, Harry made a seminal impact on the music scene of the 1970s and 1980s, capturing the spirit of an era. With her cool pout and punk swagger, Harry paved the way for […]

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14 April

Once upon a time, a young, soon-to-be-famous British man, Davy Jones, decided he’d had enough of the insults and side-eye thrown his way on buses and in the streets of London, all because of his hair. He also had a manager who knew how to use the media to benefit the up-and-comer. He had adopted […]

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13 April

The 1950s and 1960s were considered the golden age of commercial flying. Though planes had been around for a considerable length of time – commercial flying for pleasure was still in its relative infancy. It was the domain of wealthy celebrities, politicians, and businessmen; ordinary citizens did not begin to view flying as a practical […]

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