• Insiders Reveal That Donald Trump Drinks 12 Cans Of Coke And Watches Eight Hours Of Television A Day
  • Single Women Are Happier Than Society Thinks They Are  According To Research
  • Discover The Most Sophisticated And Easy To Use Sales Automation Software On The Planet.
  • The Day the Fat Kid Finally Got Skinny Enough
  • 14 Ways To Make Journaling One Of The Best Things You Do In 2018

Insiders Reveal That Donald Trump Drinks 12 Cans Of Coke And Watches Eight Hours Of Television A Day

Just days after it was revealed that Donald Trump’s McDonald’s order is enough to feed a family of four, it turns out the American President also loves his soda, consuming a whopping twelve cans of Diet Coca-Cola a day! This shocking fact was revealed by White House insiders who have spilled the beans on exactly how Trump spends his day. It has been confirmed that Donald Trump’s preferred order at McDonald’s is…

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Single Women Are Happier Than Society Thinks They Are According To Research

“When you spend some time single, you become confident that you can fulfill your own emotional needs and manage your emotions without the need for anyone to validate your self-worth. This is an exquisite life skill to have that will serve you well throughout your entire life, whether single or with a partner.” – Shahida Arabi, 5 Powerful Healing Benefits of Being Single After Abuse Ayo Ogunseinde While it’s wonderful…

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Discover The Most Sophisticated And Easy To Use Sales Automation Software On The Planet.

What if there was a way to have payment notifications ringing into your account 24 x7 What if smart software, was available that not only FOUND your ideal customers for you but then approached them automatically followed them up and made sales for you 24 x7 You are about to DISCOVER that it really can be true. CLICK HERE AND CHECK IT OUT Discover the Automated Software That Delivers Leads and…

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The Day the Fat Kid Finally Got Skinny Enough

ShareTweet I loved to dance when I was little, but at a certain point I stopped taking lessons because I was so tired of always being the biggest one, needing the biggest costume or uniform, holding my breath and sucking in my stomach, hoping there would be one that fit me. I wanted to look like my mother and her mother—small, dark-haired, fine-boned, like blackbirds or Russian princesses. Instead, I…

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Tax on takeaway boxes to be considered

He plans to use “headroom” in the public finances to target spending on housing and health, the former transport minister told Newsnight. ‘Heartbreaking’ The Treasury said the work on a potential plastic tax would examine the lifecycle of single-use plastics. How plastic became a victim of its own success Earth is becoming ‘Planet plastic’ Could reverse vending cut plastic bottle waste? Four ideas to tackle coffee cup waste It did…

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All The Shady Sh*t The Republicans Hid In Their Tax Bill, Explained

Welcome back to tax hell, my friends. Remember last Friday night when Senate Republicans surprised Democrats with a 497-page House tax reform plan at 9:30 PM and then gave them 4.5 hours to read it before voting while we were all drunkenly celebrating the charging of Mike Flynn? It’s cool, neither do we. Ever since the Trump administration started, it’s like my memory wipes itself every 48 hours for self-preservation….

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The Mountain Shared A Photo Of His Girlfriend And People Can’t Believe The Size Difference

Being a tiny lady isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Jars are almost impossible to open without assistance, we can pretty much forget about attempting to reach the top shelf in our cupboard without a ladder, and sometimes we’ve got no option but to shop in the kid’s department. Straight women, generally, prefer to be with tall men, but when you’re fun-sized, there’s absolutely no need for your Tinder…

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GOP Senator Implies Those Who Aren’t Millionaires Waste Money On ‘Booze, Women’

“I think not having the estate tax recognizes the people that are investing — as opposed to those that are just spending every darn penny they have, whether it’s on booze or women or movies,” Grassley told the Des Moines Register in an interview published Saturday. Grassley, who serves on the Finance Committee, made the remark when asked about the Senate tax reform measure which would double the exemption for…

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Jimmy Kimmel brought his adorable son Billy on the show, after his heart surgery

Jimmy Kimmel’s son Billy, who was born with congenital heart disease and who has been at the center of the talk show host’s arguments around U.S. healthcare, had his second open heart surgery last week. So, Kimmel brought him on Monday’s show. Kimmel has taken time off during Billy’s surgery, instead inviting guest hosts Chris Pratt, Melissa McCarthy, Tracee Ellis Ross andNeil Patrick Harris to keep the seat warm. SEE…

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Girl has blunt message for Aetna after her brain surgery request was denied

(CNN)Cara Pressman sobbed in the big red chair in her living room. The 15-year-old tried to absorb the devastating news relayed by her parents: that their insurance company, Aetna, denied her for a minimally invasive brain surgery that could end the seizures that have haunted her since she was 9 years old. Her friends had been lined up to visit her in the hospital for the surgery three days away,…

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Should the Upper Middle Class Take the Biggest Tax Hit?

Humans learn the concept of fairness at a very young age. After all, it doesn’t take long for a child to start whining about a sibling who gets an extra serving of ice cream. As the Republican-controlled Congress tries to push through tax reform this year, one group of Americans may similarly question why it’s coming up a scoop short. The upper middle class gets relatively few benefits and a disproportionate number of tax hikes under…

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Senators share photos of GOP tax bill pages, and they’re pretty illegible

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell walks to his office in the Capitol as he awaits the vote on his party's tax plan.Image: alex wong/Getty Images We’ve all been there. You have your assignment printed and ready to go, but are frantically scribbling down last minute additions in the desperate hope that you’ll get a passing grade. This was OK in high school English class, but what about in the U.S….

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Lil Peep Died From An Overdose Of Fentanyl And Xanax, His Toxicology Report Confirms

Investigators have And more importantly, investigators can now confirm that the cause of death came from “the combined toxic effects of fentanyl and alprazolam,” according to reports out first this afternoon in TMZ. Alprazolam is a generic form of Xanax, an anti-anxiety drug. Toxicology also found that there were a LOT of other drugs in Lil Peep’s system, too. In all, he tested positive for cocaine, marijuana, and the painkiller…

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It’s Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls

Anurag Acharya’s problem was that the Google search bar is very smart, but also kind of dumb. As a Googler working on search 13 years ago, Acharya wanted to make search results encompass scholarly journal articles. A laudable goal, because unlike the open web, most of the raw output of scientific research was invisible—hidden behind paywalls. People might not even know it existed. “I grew up in India, and most…

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Trump’s FCC Chairman Went After Alyssa Milano Over Her Net Neutrality Comments And She Totally SCHOOLED Him!

So, it turns out Alyssa Milano is the boss… The Charmed star has been a crusader for Net Neutrality, an extremely important issue the FCC is voting on in just a matter of days. At its simplest, net neutrality keeps the Internet as it is, with all websites given equal speed, allowing people to access what they want, when they want. Video: John Oliver Explains So Much Better Than We…

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Baby born from mother with uterus transplant delivered in Texas hospital

BREAKING: Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas Announces First Baby Born in United States to Mother Who Received #UterusTransplant. pic.twitter.com/Lp0RJmuRvj — Baylor Scott & White (@bswhealth) December 1, 2017 “The delivery at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas is a breakthrough in medical research and a major milestone in a landmark clinical trial,” the video post said. “Congratulations to the family and care team on the birth of a baby…

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Rebel Wilson Reveals She Was Sexually Harassed By A Well-Known Male Co-Star

Wow — You can read it all in her tweet thread about the incident (below): I’ve been away in a ‘bubble’ of sorts creating new comedy overseas but it’s so hard to hear all these stories relating to sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood. As you guys know, I’m a pretty strong and confident person but even I have a story to tell. — Rebel Wilson (@RebelWilson) November 11, 2017…

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Bill Kristol: Republicans Can Still Save Themselves From Trumps Poison

WHAT IS HAPPENING? The questionframed in uppercase urgency on Bill Kristols Twitter feedis redolent of the sheer, shrieking panic of the teenage girl in the 1982 horror movie Poltergeist as she witnesses her home being invaded by demonic spirits. The 64-year-old Kristollongtime Republican theorist and operative, founding editor of The Weekly Standard, son of neoconservative icon Irving Kristol, frequent television pundit, and sworn enemy of all things Trumpadded in his…

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Republicans Have Lost Touch With Blue America

This was Utah Republican Senator Orrin Hatch in regard to the needlessly endangered Childrens Health Insurance Plan, whose lapsed funding is causing some states to write letters to families warning them that their childrens health coverage might expire: Were going to do CHIP, theres no question about it in my mind. It has to be done the right way. But wethe reason CHIP is having trouble is because we dont…

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This Model Released Her First Professional Photos Since Losing Her Jaw To Cancer And They’re Beautiful

Cancer is a devastating illness which affects almost all of our lives in one way or another. Even though billions of dollars are being spent on potential cures and treatments, it is estimated that half of all people will develop the disease in their lifetimes. Unlike in the not-so-distant past, a cancer diagnosis does not equate to a death sentence and half of those diagnosed will beat the disease. Mortality…

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This woman’s campaign ad shows how pathetically low the bar is for men in office

Want to see just how low the bar is for people running for political office? Just watch the latest political advertisement for Michigan attorney general candidate Dana Nessel, in which she hilariously drags high-profile male politicians and media personalities over sexual harassment or assault allegations. “If the last few weeks have taught us anything, it’s that we need more women in positions of power, not less…Ask yourself this: ‘Who can you…

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6 TV Families Who Are More Psycho Than Yours In Honor of Thanksgiving

We’re a mere day away from Thanksgiving, and I’m already mentally preparing myself for interacting with my family for five long, uninterrupted days. I mean, don’t get me wrong—I love them, but the thought of spending nine hours in a car to get to our Thanksgiving destination and then spending five more days with people who continually ask me bullshit questions like “so what’s your plan for the future?” or…

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Man’s Tattoo Poses Ethical Dilemma For Doctors

Imagine the dilemma: You’re about to resuscitate a dying man, but when you peel back his shirt, you see a bold black tattoo saying ”DO NOT RESUSCITATE”. The word “not” is underlined and his signature is below the final word. Do you consider the tattoo a real medical warning? Or just a dark-humored joke? That’s what happened to Dr Gregory Holt at Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital. In a case report…

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NHS ‘overcharged by millions for key drug’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionDr Mark Vanderpump told the BBC patients were seeing liothyronine sold for £5 in other European cities Drug company Concordia overcharged the NHS by millions for a key thyroid treatment, the Competition and Markets Authority has provisionally found. The CMA said that last year the NHS spent £34m on its drug, liothyronine, up from about £600,000 in 2006. The amount the NHS…

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