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Two Roommates Stab Each Other in Drunken Fight Over Android and Apple Phones

By Sebastian Dillon - Apr 17, 2015

Which phone is better — Apple or Android? For two roommates in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the debate led to a drunken … Continue reading

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Gwyneth Paltrow Tries to Live Poor For a Week, Fails Miserably

By Melinda Sherrill - Apr 17, 2015

Gwyneth Paltrow is notable for her advocation of eating a nutritionally balanced diet. When the Academy Academy Award-winning actress recently … Continue reading

Lifestyle

This One Word Is the Key to Never Getting Frustrated

By Max Chang - Apr 17, 2015

Imagine you are in your car driving to work in the morning. As usual you are in a hurry, and … Continue reading

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Stan Lee and Steve Wozniak Team Up to Bring Silicon Valley Something Epic in 2016

By Editorial Staff - Apr 17, 2015

Today, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak announced that he and comic book legend Stan Lee have teamed up to launch a … Continue reading

Culture

A Big-Hearted Inventor Gave ‘Growing’ Shoes to Poor Children — Their Reactions are Priceless

By Anthony Orona - Apr 17, 2015

What happens after a child outgrows a shoe you’ve donated to them? In an impoverished country, the child simply wears … Continue reading

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Why Kanye West Wore This $12 Bracelet on His Time Magazine Cover

By Editorial Staff - Apr 17, 2015

As most of us have already heard by now, Kanye West was inducted into Time’s list of 100 Most Influential … Continue reading

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Fired 2,200 Employees in the Most Evil Way, Walmart Did

By Sebastian Dillon - Apr 16, 2015

Just before 7 p.m on Monday this week, Walmart, possibly the largest Sith-controlled corporation in the galaxy, announced to 2,200 … Continue reading

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Arrogant ESPN Reporter Suspended After Video of Verbal Attack on Tow Truck Worker Surfaces

By Editorial Staff - Apr 16, 2015

ESPN reporter Britt McHenry has been suspended by the network after being captured on video verbally attacking a towing company … Continue reading

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This Baseball Team Re-signs an Injured Pitcher Every Year Just to Give Him Health Insurance

By Augustine Reyes Chan - Apr 16, 2015

The San Diego Padres re-sign their second-round pick from the 1993 draft, pitcher Matt LaChappa, every season. LaChappa, who hasn’t … Continue reading

Interviews

Meet the Man Who’s Taught Billionaires, World Leaders and the X-Men to Master Their Minds

By Benny Luo - Apr 16, 2015

Many people can relate to struggling in school when they were younger. Sometimes, it might’ve felt so frustrating to academically … Continue reading