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    L.L. Bean Changes Lifetime Guarantee to One-Year Return Policy

    L.L. Bean’s return policy has been nothing short of exceptional since its inception in 1911: its products carried a lifetime guarantee. For decades, the outdoors brand has let customers return apparel and shoes with dissatisfactory quality whether it’s been 10 days or 10 years— with hardly any questions asked. But now a dark age descends […]

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    The Darkest Shore Walkthrough – Call of Duty: WWII Wiki Guide

    This page contains the Easter Egg walkthrough for The Darkest Shore, the second Zombies map in Call of Duty: WW2. The Darkest Shore map takes our heroes to a desolate island and immediately thrusts them into action. The soldiers our heroes came to the island with are immediately taken out and converted into zombies. Wipe […]

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    The Terrible Two Trailer Is Unspeakably Terrifying

    Pet Sematary meets What Lies Beneath in director Billy Lewis’ latest film. It’s a ‘killer’ job being a parent, as Donny Boaz (Dallas, 13 Sins), and Cari Moskow (One Tree Hill, Butchered) discover this spring in The Terrible Two.
 
The fearsome frontline is set between Albert and Rose Poe and their two daughters in the supernatural […]

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    15:17 to Paris Review: Eastwood’s Real-Life Hero Tale Falls Short

    Director Clint Eastwood returns with The 15:17 to Paris, a film about heroism portrayed by its actual heroes. Spencer Stone, Alex Skarlatos, and Anthony Sadler grew up together in Sacramento, California. Lifelong best friends, the men went on a European vacation in August of 2015. On the Thalys train from Amsterdam to Paris, they thwarted […]

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    Discover how you can benefit from meditation

    For many, practising meditation is akin to pulling teeth. WH&F contributor Hilary Simmons shows you how to find the bespoke approach that will have you bounding out of bed in search of the omm and its array of health benefits – from boosted immune system to improved posture and sleep.     The history behind […]

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    This Mutant Crayfish Clones Itself, and It’s Taking Over Europe

    The mutation made it possible for the creature to clone itself, and now it has spread across much of Europe and gained a toehold on other continents. In Madagascar, where it arrived about 2007, it now numbers in the millions and threatens native crayfish. “We may never have caught the genome of a species so […]

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    How Silicon Valley Came to Be a Land of ‘Bros’

    What happened in the 1960s and 1970s was that the industry was exploding and was starved for talent. There just weren’t enough people to do the jobs in computing. So they hired these two psychologists, William Cannon and Dallis Perry, to come up with a personality test to screen for good programmers. Photo Excerpts of […]

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    5 tasty low-calorie snacks – Women’s Health & Fitness

     We’ve uncovered five healthy snack ideas to get you through your day and the 3 pm hunger pangs. 1. Homemade popcorn: Unlike our favourite buttery movie companion, this version is a low-calorie and high-fibre snack. Just add ½ cup of corn kernels to a brown paper bag and microwave for a couple of minutes, until […]

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    Hillary Clinton Named Proper President of United States

    Seems that last year, Newsweek magazine published an essay by Harvard Professor Lawrence Lessig. You gotta believe Harvard. It ain’t Trump University. Professor Lessig speculated, that if Robert Mueller found evidence of Russian interference in a conspiracy with Trump to affect the outcome of the 2016 election, Trump would have to resign, along with his […]