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South African Gov’t Orders Removal Of Rabbit From Mandela Statue’s Ear

The South African government has ordered the removal of a rabbit that was secretly sculpted into a recently unveiled statue of the late Nelson Mandela, officials said Wednesday, January 22. Restoring Integrity The artists who built the nine-meter (30-foot), bronze colossus in Pretoria, secretly sculpted a rabbit into the ear of the statue, without clearance

Annual Dolphin Slaughter In Infamous Japan Cove Begins

The annual dolphin slaughter in a cove in Japan has started and is expected to end on Tuesday, January 28, according to a statement released by a local Taiji fishermen’s union. An Estimate of 500 Bottlenose Dolphins Estimated 500 bottlenose dolphins were driven into the infamous cove this year. A member of the union who

Experts Raise Concerns After Obamacare Enrollment Data Reveal

According to newly released statistics, an older, costlier crowd was signing up for health insurance under President Barack Obama’s healthcare law. Adult enrollees Insurers have raised concerns that too few young people are signing up for health coverage. Enrollments are lower for the healthy, younger Americans who will be needed to keep premiums from increasing.

Long Lines Meet Colorado’s Pot Stores Opening

Colorado made history at the start of 2014, as retail stores selling marijuana for recreational purposes opened – and they were well-received. No incidents Thousands of pot buyers lined up in front of multiple pot stores as the doors opened at 8 am. Some patrons waited for hours in the snow until business hours came.

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Peace of Mind Ticket: The BBA Certification

Whenever people look at news regarding the economy, it almost always gives them a frown. The news never seems to be good and upbeat, causing people to resort to shortcuts in efforts to save money, sometimes even in aspects like construction. The Problem of Cheap Cheap materials and cheap services – it doesn’t take much

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The Treadmill Checkup: Mistakes You’re Probably Making

Most people step on, shrug their shoulders, and have no idea what to do next. It’s a passive approach of mindless mileage, improved by the occasional pick-up. Never get on a treadmill without a plan. You can get creative and do many exercises on treadmills. Being creative is the best way to become a better

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Things You Might Not (But Absolutely Should) Know About Custom Furniture

Custom furniture pieces used to be reserved for the most discerning buyers. Today, these products have evolved– from luxury to staple — in interior design. If you’re thinking of having a new piece of furniture at home, and you want it to be uniquely stylish, then having it customized is the way to go. Here

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How to Boost a Home’s Value with a Fresh Coat of Paint

The right exterior paint adds thousands of dollars to a home’s value. It’s an easy and cheap way to freshen up and add punch to your home. Top painting contractors in Perth recommend the following tips for homeowners who are trying to move, but can’t hook a buyer. Colour Perception is Relative An effective use

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Who Says You Can Only Snowboard During Winter?

In Hong Kong, winter temperatures can drop down to zero degrees Celsius, but never will it snow. So how will you go snowboarding? Two facilities can help you: Play and Slope Infinity. These are the only indoor snowboarding and skiing places in the city that allows you to experience winter sports without freezing to death.

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Lock Smart: The Evolution of Security

Protecting homes from intruders has been one of humanity’s greatest challenges since the idea of property came to be. Early man trained dogs to bark at strangers that came too close to their abode. Dogs were essentially the first home security systems, and the only one that still serves that purpose until today. Nowadays, security