Month: March 2018

I Present You The First Ever Self – Flying Umbrella

March 30, 2018

It’s raining ? The self-flying umbrella are a thing ! In 1705, the folding umbrella has been invented. Today – in the drone era – Augmented Magic has created the self-flying Umbrella: Dronebrella. This umbrella has manual control, a automatic “follow me” mode, and numerous other functionality. And thanks to it, you will start to […]

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Photographer Captures The Changing Beauty Of Kotisaari Island In Finland Through All 4 Seasons

March 30, 2018

Jani Ylinampa is a nature photographer based in Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland. He‘s a real master of capturing the dancing Northern Lights, breathtaking sunsets, beautiful forests, lakes and other wonders of nature, and he‘s been doing it for almost 15 years. One of those magical objects that caught Ylinampa‘s eye was a lovely Kotisaari island in […]

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How One Woman Went From Obesity to a Bikini Body

March 29, 2018

This post will explain exactly how Briana, a mother of three and reader of my blog, lost 100 pounds. It’s a lot simpler than you might think. For additional real-world examples and the fundamentals, I suggest reading How to Lose 100 Pounds on The Slow-Carb Diet. There are several men and women profiled. Now, onto […]

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Everything you need to know about CBD oil or Cannabis oil

March 29, 2018

Cannabidiol oil is used for health purposes, but it is controversial. There is some confusion about what it is and the effect it has on the human body. Cannabidiol (CBD) may have some health benefits, but there may also be some risks. It is also not legal in every state. This MNT Knowledge Center article […]

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You Think Your Job Sucks? The Way This Asshole Client Bullied This Woman Will Seriously Infuriate You

March 29, 2018

If you hire a freelancer, you aren’t just paying for the materials they use; you’re also funding their time. But when somebody contacted crocheter Krafty Katt to commission her for a 120-150-hour project, they thought she’d offer a Walmart price. Shocked for no apparent reason, they started to bargain. “I’m just a hobby crocheter and […]

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Depressed Person Texts Pasta Company Instead Of Crisis Line, Doesn’t Expect A Response Like This

March 29, 2018

No person is immune to depression. It is always lurking around the corner, waiting to sink its claws into whoever it reaches. And when it does, it’s incredibly hard to get rid of the bastard. But there is no shame in asking someone to help you do that. When this guy found himself in yet […]

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25+ Men Reveal How Women Abuse Them, And You Might Be Doing It Too

March 29, 2018

Domestic abuse and violence against women are rightfully condemned, loudly and publicly, as utterly criminal and wrong under any circumstances. However abuse doesn’t stop there. There are countless forms of less obvious, insidious abuse that affects people of both genders, non-physical abuse that most of us are kinda expected to just put up with. Especially […]

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Bullied 7 Year-Old Finds Cat With Same Rare Eye Condition And Cleft Lip, And It’s Like Destiny Exists

March 29, 2018

A boy who has been bullied at school has cast Expecto Patronum, finding his true spirit animal. You see, 7-year-old Madden from Oklahoma was born with a cleft lip and heterochromia iridum (different color eyes), and some thought it would be fun to tease the boy for his unique appearance. Luckily, he found a way […]

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This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Suffer A Broken Heart

March 28, 2018

Yes, there are physical symptoms. There’s a reason you feel drained and queasy after a breakup: Heartbreak takes a physical toll on your body. Unfortunately, that’s often overlooked, said Ronald A. Alexander, a psychotherapist in California and Colorado and the author of Wise Mind, Open Mind: Finding Purpose and Meaning in Times of Crisis, Loss, […]

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Hope Ahead: First U.S. Baby Born From A Uterine Transplant

March 28, 2018

Hope has turned into happiness for one U.S. couple with the birth of their son last month, following the woman’s successful uterine transplant. The transplant and birth took place at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas and is the first successful U.S. birth from such a procedure. Until now, only Sweden had success: a healthy […]

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