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But what if I need it someday? 
I have more things than I need. Over the last several years, I’ve made a conscious effort to pare down my possessions. Yet when faced with throwing out an old board game, I naturally can’t help but think I might need it some day. Why is it so difficult to get rid of stuff?
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Welcome to the bizarro world of pharma pricing, where something can be both horrendously expensive, and also free.
Pharma companies are obviously rolling in it: Ads with heroic toenails don’t come cheap when they’re sandwiched between Super Bowl plays, and neither does a certain Wu-Tang album. But many of the priciest medications are available for free if you have a coupon. Something’s wrong here.
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+Phillip Tunstall Another thought is savings to the tax payer, ultimately I don't mind paying more IF I make more to compensate. I know that is a simplistic view. In reality some people get screwed in America's system but this isn't a utopia. America's system is not theoretical and therefore has it's pluses and faults which are tied back to controls and abuses.
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Find the best, fastest VPNs before you pay:
Web: Choosing the right VPN goes deeper than finding someone trustworthy and privacy-focused—you need a provider that can offer decent speeds too, and VPNify can help you find the right one for you. The service tests multiple providers in locations around the world, and shows you the speed you’ll get with each.
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Be ready for anything with this disaster prep infographic!

Check it out below (tap or click to enlarge), or head here to read more: http://lifehacker.com/the-12-types-of-tools-you-need-for-survival-in-one-gra-1758285171
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in your preparedness closet for your home stash, in your trunk for your car stash, and have a wagon in case you need to quickly move from one of those places to another.
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Sometimes you have to screw up a lot first, before you get on the right track. 
No one wants to think they’re bad at dating. We especially don’t want to think we’re the bad one in a failed relationship. Fortunately, I made too many mistakes to ignore. Here are the things I learned about relationships, mostly by screwing them up first.
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Be more careful with emails that have these new icons:
You might see a new broken lock icon in Gmail messages starting today. It can warn you if you’re sending a message to an email service that doesn’t support encryption or if you received a message that wasn’t encrypted.
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Feed your inner child.

As a child, you may have imagined your adult diet as a buffet of your favorites, like hot dogs and Oreos. Your tastes probably matured along with the rest of you, but a childhood classic still hits the spot once in awhile. To make sure you revisit the past in the tastiest way possible, we’ve rounded up some upgrades.
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Even here in 2016, plain text is still king for portability and simplicity. 
Plain text has long been a favorite here at Lifehacker, but over the years most people have moved away from it in favor of specialized to-do apps, notes apps, writing apps, or whatever else. I still use plain text for just about everything, but never thought much about why I do. The more I thought about it, the more I realized that snazzy features aside, plain text is still king for portability and simplicity.
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yesss.... still using Super NoteTab 2.63e [8 August 1997]
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Valentine's Day is fast approaching, but keep an eye out for these while you search for your sweetheart.
The first stage of dating someone can be exciting, invigorating, and intoxicating—but it can also be perilous if you’re not careful. If you see too many of these red flags flying instead of fireworks, you might want to look for love elsewhere.
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From AT&T to Comcast to Time Warner.
This month, we’ve challenged you to haggle your bills so you can save cash all year long. There are some tried and true negotiating tactics that should do the trick, but it helps to get specific. Over at Rather Be Shopping, Kyle James offers insight on seven specific providers, from AT&T to Time Warner.
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No, it's the mentality of the corporations who give larger contributions to politicians than the 90% of the rest of us do. 
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If you're house hunting, be prepared to fork over more than a down payment. 
Your home is probably the most expensive thing you’ll ever own, and that expense goes beyond the closing price. There’s the cost of the house, but then there are other ongoing and upfront expenses that can catch you off guard. Especially if you’re a first time buyer, it helps to know what you’re getting into.
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+Nicholas Spagnolo Totally agreed. Basically, everyone who thinks about your home purchase gets at least $500.
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You don't want to spend all day picking bits of shell! Check out our latest episode of Tip Tester, where we try out all the different ways to make hard boiled eggs easier to peel!

Check it out below, or head here to read more: http://lifehacker.com/whats-the-best-way-to-peel-a-hard-boiled-egg-1758083204
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