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Just A Giant Conga Line Of Dishonored 2 Bodies

(Source: kotaku.com)


The real joy of the Dishonored games isn’t in sneaking around. It’s in messing with the game’s systems to do dumb shit like spending four hours lining up every body you could find in a level just…because you can. 63 more words


Bull Markets and the Buy-Low-Sell-High Approach (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Steven Smith

Founder & Owner of: Esquire Investing

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books, Business, Education, Entrepreneur, Successful Living ad Technology Writer… 313 more words

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Millennials' 3 Biggest Spending Regrets (and How to Avoid Them)

(Source: www.inc.com)

Regret definitely doesn’t feel nice, but according to Duke University behavioral economist and author Dan Ariely

, it can be instructive.

“The feeling of regret, while not pleasant, may serve as a teaching moment to help us understand what we enjoy and what we don’t enjoy,” he has explained. 596 more words

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Not a beauty blogger

I am not one for beauty treatments, washing my face and brushing my teeth is about it. But I’ve recently tried masks, curiosity got the better of me in Wal-Mart. 152 more words


Does Your Child Have A Credit Card?

We’re not talking about a stolen one, we mean have one either in their own name, or access to one that they’re allowed to use. The trend of kids having cards is growing fast, nearly doubling in the last couple years, and there’s good reason for that. 130 more words


Money Mistakes: Shoppers Remorse

BOSTON (CBS) – Shoppers remorse usually sets in once you get home after a shopping trip with friends. Or when the credit card bill comes due. 346 more words

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Google spent at least $1.1 billion on self-driving cars before it became Waymo

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

caption Waymo is testing its self-driving cars in Phoenix, Arizona. source Waymo

We finally have an idea of how much Google has poured into self-driving cars. 256 more words

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