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Exciting Daily Show Family + Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

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The upcoming new Daily Show host has been announced! And it’s Trevor Noah! The NYT has more.

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Indiana Senator Denied Service at Greek Restaurant For Being Openly Hubrised

Article by Jeff Wolfthal

Indianapolis, IN — A member of the Indiana state senate was refused service at XanothopouIous Spanikopita and More on Monday morning. “They have such a high customer service rating on Yelp” the Senator stated while scrolling through his smartphone, “I just don’t understand why they would refuse to serve someone as important as me!” … 147 more words

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Study shows toddlers act like little drunk adults, despite whether or not they are intoxicated

A recent study demonstrated that toddlers act like little drunk adults, despite whether or not they are intoxicated. Dr. Scott Moore and colleagues from the Alcohol and Drug Research Institution had children, ages 2-6, play by themselves in a room. 82 more words


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Fortune favors the Swift

In pop geopolitical news, a study released by the Fortune Institute for Ranking Great Leadership has named singer Taylor Swift the greatest female leader. 508 more words


Top U.S. general optimistic about outcome of battle against ISIS in Iraqi city of Tikrit

“No outcome is inevitable,” replied Army General Martin “Coach” Dempsey at last night’s press conference when asked about the United States’ chances in their upcoming meeting with ISIS, “but I think this one is ours for the taking. 155 more words

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Pedal Faster Or I Will Die


Hi there! Thanks so much for stopping by. You’ve come to the right place. We’re going to have a great work out today. As you’re getting warmed up, I thought it would be a good time to go over the standard process. 447 more words