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Big Ideas To Build Up Your Golf Game

Playing a good game of golf is essential in many business environments. Golf is social, interactive, and can be a fun way to mingle with your superiors. For the beginner,

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Cat Brothers, Aged 21, Find New Home After Social Media Plea

Britain’s oldest cat brothers, Nikita and Leon, have found a home after a massive social media campaign. Leon and Nikita found themselves in the care of RSPCA’s Northamptonshire Branch at

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Fellowships helping former players get NFL jobs

Schulters knew he wanted to continue in the game, possibly in coaching. The problem: He was told to basically start from scratch, sort of like a proven chef being told

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New Fix-It Clinic is Using Zoom and Global Community to Help You Repair Items For Free

How many YouTube tutorials does it take to screw in a lightbulb? One—if that many. But when you need to fix something that’s beyond your level of DIY expertise, with

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City Keeps Mysterious Plaques on Park Benches Because People Are Loving the Hilarity

When most people think about guerrilla art, the first thing that likely springs to mind is graffiti. From daredevils tagging trains to plucky grandmas joining in to paint the bandwagon,

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New Research Shows Why Crows Are So Intelligent And Even Self-Aware, Just Like Us

Crows, rooks, and ravens, a family of birds known as corvids, are pretty dang smart. In some ways, there are crows as smart as first graders. In 2014, a famous

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Young Inventor Turns Her Disability into ‘Superpower’ After Building Prosthetic Arm That Shoots Glitter

Jordan Reeves is just an ordinary 14-year-old girl who has inspired millions of people with her extraordinary “superpower.” The young inventor from Columbia, Missouri was born with a left arm

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Dad had neck pain after working from home – but it turned out to be a brain tumour

A dad who thought he had neck pain caused by working from home has been told by doctors he has an inoperable brain tumour. Gary Nelson, 42, said he began

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