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Is Female Empowerment Good or Bad For a Relationship?

By Thomas Larry Johnson  |   Submitted On March 31, 2011 With women overtaking men these days in education and in the corporate world we ask is this affecting relationships and women trying to find a man for her life? With a large number of women today making more income than the opposite sex this is making […]

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When WE FEEL Taken For Granted

By Shamala Tan  |   Submitted On August 19, 2018 What happens when you have spent the whole day working hard, doing all the household chores and at the end of the day, you feel you deserve a rest. So you prop your feet up, pour yourself a glass of wine and plate yourself some fine cheese, […]

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Grandma Blondiepie, what kids are asking for for Xmas.

This is what my Grandson wants. Christopher He insisted I use this picture that he made himself on a phone app.  He is always on his phone either Youtube or games.  He’d love this!  Christopher, which we also call Christopher Crumb, because he likes to eat in his room and leave crumbs everywhere.  But when […]

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The Nature Versus Nurture Debate

By James Sale  |   Submitted On March 29, 2018 A friend of mine recently had a debate with their partner and discovered they had very different views: one, thinking that all beliefs and values come down to one’s upbringing and surroundings. The other, thinking that whilst ‘upbringing’ is a contributory factor, there were people they knew […]

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The Nature of the Internet Marketing Online Business

By Ewen Chia    Since the arrival of the internet, the face of the marketing and advertising business has dramatically changed. The internet has provided an infinitely wide advertisement board where companies all over the world can post their information, product catalog and brochures. With the increasing number of products and services, internet marketing online business […]

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Butterfly Symbol Meaning in Feng Shui and Chinese Culture

By Susan Wong  |   Submitted On January 30, 2011 In China, butterfly has been a popular symbol for centuries. The butterfly is called ‘hu tieh’ in Mandarin language. The word ‘tieh’ translates as seventy years, and because of this the animals are taken as a symbol of long life. Butterfly to the Chinese also represents love, […]

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Walt Disney World’s Tombstones and Creepy Old Crypts

We just love the Haunted Mansion! Every time we go, we just love looking at the graves in front of the entrance, and we just noticed the mausoleum at the exit. Were they always there (I don’t remember the mausoleum). And are the names on the graves of real people or just made-up? OK, first […]

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Fancy Pants man who feels 20 years younger cannot change age, court rules

Emile Ratelband, 69, said he felt two decades younger than he is so went to court last month to change his age, in a case which drew worldwide attention. The entrepreneur said his legal age affected his employment opportunities as well as his love life. He said: “When I’m 69, I am limited. If I’m […]

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Blue Screen of Death How To Remove the Blue Screen Error Forever

Are you getting the infamous blue screen of death? It is unlucky to deal with this annoying problem. Source: Blue Screen of Death How To Remove the Blue Screen Error Forever

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