If You Think The World Is A Terrible Place These 20+ Wholesome Pics Will Change Your Mind (New Pics)

Below you will find short heartwarming stories that highlight the best parts of humanity. From helping animals to random acts of kindness for strangers, the people from these tales deserve humanitarian prizes. Scroll down below to read something that is sure to brighten you day and perhaps even inspire you…

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High School Cheerleader Allegedly Traded Pot Brownies For Homecoming Queen Votes! – Perez Hilton

If you thought the presidential election was fraught with corruption, you’ve never seen a fight for homecoming queen! Well, Hartford High School has now! On September 26, an anonymous tip led Michigan state police to believe brownies being passed around the school were of the extra special variety. Video: Lindsay Lohan…

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Professor Sick Of Textbook Publishers Charging Students Hundreds Of Dollars, Finds A Genius Loophole

65 percent of students skip buying required texts at some point in their college career because they can’t afford them One professor, however, got fed up with textbook publishers as much as his students were, so he took matters into his own hands People were quick to appreciate his efforts, and some…

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My Self-Help Tape Told Me To Kill Myself

Scary Stories My Self-Help Tape Told Me To Kill Myself Tobias Wade Updated October 12, 2018 0 I hate my job. I hate selling days of my life while barely earning enough to sustain it. I hate my boss who tells me I’m lucky to find stable work in such an…

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What is an ‘anti-bad vibes circle’? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle found out.

No bad vibes here: Harry and Meghan donned colourful leis for a discussion around mental health on Bondi Beach.Image: Chris Jackson – Pool/Getty Images It’s been an understandably busy few days for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are in the midst of their first overseas visit. On Friday, the…

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Republican senator: Khashoggi disappearance won’t be ‘swept under the rug’

(CNN)Republican Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska tells CNN that the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi will not be “swept under the rug,” and that he believes there should be an “international investigation” into what happened. “They want to have the opportunity to complete this investigation in a thorough way,”…

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