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Great story - I hope that my kids got as much from me.
Death is always a surprise. No one expects it. Not even terminal patients think they are going to die in a day or two. I…
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6 Rich White People Who Get Off on Killing African Wildlife

Walter Palmer is just the latest in a long line of rich Americans who love gunning down wild animals in Africa.
Walter Palmer is just the latest in a long line of rich Americans who love gunning down wild animals in Africa.
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A delicious dinner of authentic Georgian Khatchapuri, made here at home by Mandy.
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+Alex Feldstein Yes - lots of melty cheese along with the egg. Delicious!
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Or that the marijuana detected in her blood had anything to do with it.
 
Yep. That's exactly the face I made.
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Such a surprising result!!
 
WASHINGTON—Confirming the conventional wisdom regarding the importance of college attendance in obtaining a diploma, a study published Monday by the National Education Association found that individuals who go to college earn more degrees over their lifetime than those who do not.
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Yeah, this time it'll be different!!
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What an airheaded loser! How could any man be happy with a ditz like that?
 
And she seems also pretty, I don't know if she is married, but she can certainly make any guy happy... at least until the guy finds a woman worth marrying...
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The driver was calm and polite, and still ends up getting his face blown off.

Should this happen to you the next time you're stopped by a cop? How about someone in your family? When are we going to recognize that the police are way more dangerous than they criminals they are supposed to be protecting us from?
 
WCPO has obtained the video showing Ray Tensing fire a shot at Sam DuBose during a traffic stop in Mount Auburn July 19.
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Running a company is tough, but running it without dependable employees is impossible. Kudos.
 
This is what profit sharing should look like.

The CEO and co-founder of a Turkish food delivery company has paid out $27 million to 114 employees after selling the firm.

Nevzat Aydin told Turkish newspaper Hurriet his employees deserved to benefit from the sale.

"If there is a success, we have accomplished it all together," he was quoted as saying.

Aydin sold Yemeksepeti to Germany's Delivery Hero for $589 million in May. The bonus is worth $237,000 on average.


A Turkish food delivery company has awarded its 114 employees a combined bonus of $27 million.
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Soccer referee punched during game dies of injuries | Deseret News
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SALT LAKE CITY — A soccer referee who was hit by an angry player during a soccer match died Saturday night, a week after the fatal blow was

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5.0 out of 5 stars A presidential candidate's choice is the choice for me. As a woman, I'm not adept at making decisions that concern me. So

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#12 Be Ye Very Scared. Silent Night, this kid's affright; All is weird, all ain't right…with his family. Poor child will grow to learn that

Didn't expect much based on the outside, but wow! The food was incredible! You can tell that the cooks there really know what they're doing (you can see them preparing the food). Everything we ordered was seasoned perfectly, with enough kick to make it interesting. Even the side of steamed vegetables was crunchy and fresh! Definitely going back to try everything on the menu.
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RIPOFF - DISHONEST - AVOID AT ALL COSTS! They quoted my 21-year-old son $40 to unlock his car. It took them less than 3 minutes to unlock the car, and then handed him a bill for $149 dollars. Since he was late for work and not very self-confident, he paid it. It wasn't until he told me about this later that I called this company for an explanation, and all they could say was that they had told him over the phone that the price would *start* at $40, and when pressed, could not explain why an operation that took less than 3 minutes to complete would cost $149. They were also fairly rude to me; I guess they figured that since they already got their money, they didn't need to be polite. There are plenty of other locksmiths out there. Don't use these crooks.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
They saw me within 30 minutes of arriving, and though the paperwork was a pain, it was no worse than any other medical office I've had to deal with. Everyone there was professional at worse, and friendly at best.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
They did good work, but man oh man was it expensive. My advice would be to check out other places and get a quote for the exact model car you have; my basic $40 oil change ended up being over $60 by the time they were done.
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I lived most of my life in NYC, and have been used to the best seafood, especially oysters. So now when I visit a city near an ocean, I always try to recreate what I grew up with. Fish at the Rocks lived up to my expectations, and then some. I had a half-dozen fresh oysters, and they were exquisitely tasty. Paired with a crisp Sauvignon Blanc, I savored every delicious mouthful. The building is an unassuming location with an unimpressive decor, but really, who cares? The food is amazing, the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. This is my first time visiting Sydney, but the next time I return, this restaurant will be on my list of places to revisit.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
Very pleasant and professional. I had some issues with the fit of my pedals, and they were determined not to let me leave until everything had been adjusted to fit me perfectly. Great service, great people, great bikes - what's not to like?
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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