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Day at Six Flags and very sore

We went to Six Flags yesterday. A very long tiring day.

I brought small sample size bottles of oils, just in case. We used them all!! 141 more words


Censored Until Dawn...YouTube video reveals cuts to cuts in Japanese version of the game Until Dawn

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The YouTube channel Censored Gaming has published its latest video, this one highlighting how the PlayStation 4 horror game, Until Dawn , was amended for its Japanese release.Josh’s death by saw cutscene was crudely censored for Japan by totally blanking out the video.

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Weaver cut to trim roster to 87

The Cardinals made a roster move Saturday morning, releasing safety Ross Weaver. That Weaver was cut isn’t a surprise, since he was likely going to be in the batch that was included in the first round of cuts early next week as the team gets to 75. 129 more words


Split - The Market, The Beach and My Bloody Birthday

After the palace, we wandered out beyond the very sturdy walls guarded by Roman soldiers (or really fit men in roman soldier uniforms, who knows really) and found ourselves in the market. 477 more words


Charlotte success?

Charlotte’s light-rail line was originally projected to cost an estimated $225 million in 2000. The final cost of the completed project in 2007 was $467 million… 690 more words

The story of how one man died soon after the DWP’s benefit tests found him 'fit to work'

The Department for Work and Pensions has released statistics showing that thousands of people have died soon after being found fit to work by its disability benefit tests. 241 more words


The True Cost Of Austerity

FOR nearly five years the public has seemingly accepted the mantra that austerity is needed.

After gaining a majority in May’s General election, the Conservative Government has a clear democratic mandate to carry on cutting back on public spending – so we can expect another five years of cuts to the frontline services and the safety net we, as tax payers, provide for ourselves and others. 380 more words