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Phone Repairman Bribed To Say Cheater's Phone Unfixable

A phone repairman was stuinned to open up a phone to find a note and $100 bill asking him to deem the phone unfixable.
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The Code That Can Open Nearly Any Hotel Room Safe

If you thought putting your valuables inside a hotel safe ensured their security, you might be wrong. In fact, those tiny boxes do little to guarantee your prized possessions' safety. Most hotel rooms contain a Safloc digital safe in the room, where you enter a four-digit code and "enter" to lock...
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How To Tell If Loose, Unpackaged Produce Is Organic

According to the Organic Trade Association, annual sales of organic food is $35.9 billion annually. In fact the US government says the number of organic operations in the US has nearly tripled since the USDA began keeping count in 2002 , currently totaling a record 19,474 operations. Each year...
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Why You Should Wrap Your Car's Key Fob In Aluminum Foil

Today's cars, trucks and suv's are more computer than machine and while wireless connections have made starting and locking your vehicle more convenient, it also making it more convenient for thieves to steal your car right in your driveway! You key fob transmits a coded radio signal to your car to...
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Properly Display The United States Flag

Independence Day is coming up Wednesday and it’s especially a good time to display 'Ol Glory. An estimated 150 million American flags are sold every year with 3/4 of Americans saying they own at least one. But are you displaying it correctly? The United States Flag Code sets rules for the display...
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Kellogg's Honey Smacks Cereal Recalled Due To Salmonella Risk

Before you pour a bowl of cereal, Kellogg is recalling certain boxes of Honey Smacks as 73 people in 31 states have been sickened by salmonella. The Kellogg Company said it is voluntarily recalling 15.3-ounce and 23-ounce packages of the cereal with a "best if used by" date from June 14, 2018,...
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Scammers Are Hoping You Are In The Christmas Spirit

The holidays generally put us in a good mood and it's also a time we might let our guard down and that's what scammers are hoping you'll do. A recent study found that 85% of those survey had received a least one phone call deemed as a scam call. While you're pretty savvy of picking them out, the...
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Skills That Companies Droll Over

A while back we shared with you some insider information from employers on how certain words backfire on your resume . For the most part, it was the use of buzz words no defined meaning and with no facts to back them up. But what catches their eyes would also be helpful. So we did some digging to...
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Although Men Are Banned From Wearing Shorts To Work, Wearing a Dress Is Acceptable

Hot summer temperatures are being felt by a lot of people, including 20-year old Joey Barge. Although Joey works inside in a call center, the heat can make sitting at a desk unbearable. So one day last week, he decided to wear shorts to work. If women can wear skirts/dresses at work can I wear...
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Here Is How You Avoid Getting Bumped Off An Airplane Flight

The Internet erupted into outrage after a video surfaced of law enforcement removing a passenger from an oversold United Airlines flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville Sunday night. It has brought up the dark secret of airline reservations. In short, every airline overbooks their planes. They use...
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