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Furry companions will have that effect on us

Some months ago I wrote about our furry companions. After reading, my niece, who has dogs and always had dogs and cats, said we don’t deserve our furry companions because they give us unconditional love and support — yes support […]

Furry companions will have that effect on us

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Some months ago I wrote about our furry companions. After reading, my niece, who has dogs and always had dogs and cats, said we don’t deserve our furry companions because they give us unconditional love and support — yes support […]

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Ethereum VS Bitcoin: Which one has better chances?

Bitcoin’s history of dominating the cryptocurrency industry is well known. After it was launched in 2009, the coin retained a market dominance of 80% or high up to July

Dead & CO: I’m enjoying the ride

And so is the band. Upon entering the Mattress Firm Amphitheatre my first thought was: “Nice seats!” We were dead center for Dead & Co, behind and slightly above the

Los Angeles Streets In Safety Crisis

Los Angeles is still the most congested city in the world according to INRIX’s 11th Annual Report, with LA locals spending an average of 104 hours per year stuck

Four Things in America you won’t find In Europe

A lot of the things you find in American homes can also be found in homes around the world. Our culture was borrowed from a mix of many European

Five bizarre crimes and cases involving animals and stupid humans

Pets and criminals don’t usually go hand in hand. Many homeowners buy dogs for the sole purpose of scaring burglars away, even though most dogs would happily run up

Main reasons married couples divorce

Divorce is more common than ever before, with the rate as high as 60% in some US counties. This has a lot to do with the fact that divorce

Birth Rates and Home Values – What is the connection?

Jeff Tucker of Zillow has come up with some surprising new research that shows that birth rates have fallen in the counties where home values have increased the most.

Mr. Big Makes a Guest Appearance

Kergan looked over the floor. He stood before it and his desk that hugged its edge. Screen in it showed the robots were finishing lunch and would be plugging

Demon Suicide: The haunting in our psyche

“There is but one serious philosophical problem and that is suicide.” — Albert Camus I recall stepping into a funeral parlor in my old neighborhood, Locust Point, located within walking

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