I never quite understood why some people feel the need to buy as much food as they can without ever eating it and keep hoarding an insane amount of leftovers and old, expired food packages. 442 more words
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After days of anxiety, sadness, and fear of the future, I have finally come to peace with myself- I will not be returning to college. The only reason why I was hesitant to let go of the opportunity to go to college to pursue an engineering degree is so that I don’t disappoint my parents and I get a stable job so I can earn money. 746 more words
This is a different type of post compared to what I post usually but I figured that in-flight etiquette could be discussed here too. On a recent transpacific flight from Tokyo Narita (NRT) to Newark (EWR) with United UA78, after dinner was served, came time to dim the lights and people get a chance to sleep. 267 more words
A $600 Million Fracking Company Just Sued This Tiny Ohio Town For Its Water
OTTAWA — It may seem counter-intuitive, but most Canadians still appear comfortable with the state of the economy — as well as their own level of debt — despite the plunge in the country’s major export, energy products, and slumping growth overall. 624 more words
ALBERT LEA, Minn. – Local lawmakers are touring the state to talk budget and education.
State and local House DFLers stopped at Riverland Community College’s Albert Lea Campus Monday to catch people up on what is happening at the session’s halfway point in St. 138 more words