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This amazing Zelda hoodie makes for the world’s easiest cosplay

by Mark Anderson
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Cosplay is an appealing hobby. Even so, active cosplayers will tell you that creating the costumes takes forever. Ifyou prefer to focus on the fun, this Zelda hoodiecan transform you into a hero in a single zip. There’s many a Zelda hoodie in the world, but this is the only one that actually sports Link’s pointy green cap. With the Hylianshield emblazoned across the back, this hoodie will make you feel downright awesome. Just imagine yourself standing on a cliff with the wind blowing your hair back all dramatic-like. Concentrate and you can even hear the Moblins screeching in the […]

Wizardry Woodworking

by Woody Smith
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5 Types Of Friends You Have In Your 20s, And The Ones You’ll Keep Forever

by Mark Anderson
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In addition to family,friendsshould bethe extremely important, beautiful gems in your life. When you reach your 20s, youve gone through years of gaining and losing friends. People come in and out of your life for different reasons, but a select few will remain in your heart forever. If you take a moment to think about all of your good friends, you probably met them in very different ways. Theyre each uniqueand have something special to offer your friendship. Youd do anything for them, and they mean the whole world to you. In honor of all of the spectacular friends out […]

10+ Powerful Photos Of Women Doing Mens Work That Prove Theres No Such Thing As Mens Work

by Woody Smith
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How many times have you heard the old expression, “this is a man’s job”? We’re pretty tired of it, and fortunately, so is California photographer Chris Crisman. With his latest portfolio, Women’s Work, he’s documenting the women who do those ‘men’s jobs’ with pride, and he’s breaking down gender stereotypes in the process. The story of Women’s Work starts in early 2016, when Crisman heard from an art producer that a friend of hers had become a butcher, and realized that he had never actually met a female butcher. After meeting and photographing the woman, Heather Marold Thomason, Crisman was […]

India’s rural solar revolution hasn’t exactly delivered on its promise — yet

by Woody Smith
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Solar panels near Vadodara, India.Image: global Warming Images/REX/Shutterstock Solar power is bringing light to remote villages across India. Rural residents, long disconnected from the grid, are increasingly using solar panels and battery banks to charge mobile phones, illuminate light bulbs, and keep refrigerators humming. Advocates for rural electrification say solar “microgrids” can do much more. They’ll boost a village’s socioeconomic development by allowing kids to study at night, for instance, or by enabling residents to open local shops and use time-saving tools like electric water pumps and mills. However, that scenario is still only a dream in many places, researchers […]

Ann Dowd on The Handmaid’s Tale: it’s a form of activism

by Mark Anderson
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After a late-career renaissance with roles in The Handmaids Tale and The Leftovers, the actor explains why her work is defiant and how she got inspiration from an unlikely source: American football coach Bill Belichick As Aunt Lydia in The Handmaids Tale, the Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwoods 1985 dystopian novel, Ann Dowd is both terrifying and tender, a disciplinarian tasked with policing the fertile handmaids who bear children for the oppressive theocrats of Gilead. As Patti Levin on The Leftovers, she barely uttered a word in season one, playing the steely, chain-smoking leader of a doomsday cult thats sworn […]

11 Pet Haircuts That Are So Bad, Youll Want To Call the SPCA

by Woody Smith
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A big reason for getting your pet to the groomer is to give it a new, unique look that makes it stand out from the other pups and kitties out there. via: All Day Of course, there’s such a thing as being TOO distinct, and these photos prove it. When you get weird with the haircuts, the risk of catastrophe increases. Fortunately, it’s just hair, so it will grow back, but until then…yikes. Punk Rock Doggy via: Boredom Therapy Maybe don’t take the mohawk down the back the entire way? You’re bound to turn your pup into a stegosaurus if […]

10 Ways You Need To Live Life To The Fullest Before You Turn 30

by Mark Anderson
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There are a lot of exciting events that happen throughoutyour 20s, from graduating college, togaining your independence. All of these stepping stones eventually lead you to another big milestone: your 30s. But whos counting? If you maxed out your 20s with all it had to offer, the next big jump wont be so intimidating. Theres a special attitude in your 20s that you need to bank on so you feel fulfilled with that portion of your youth. Dont let your 20s be another chapter; let it be the chapter thus far by checking a few, or all of these things […]

5 Types Of Friends You Have In Your 20s, And The Ones You’ll Keep Forever

by Woody Smith
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In addition to family, friendsshould bethe extremely important, beautiful masterpieces in your life. When you contact your 20s, youve gone through years of gaining and losing pals. Parties come in and out of your life for different reasons, but a hand-picked few will remain in your centre forever. If you take a moment to be considered all of your good friends, you probably met them in very different ways. Theyre each uniqueand have something special to furnish your friendship. Youd do anything for them, and they imply the world to you. In honor of all of the impressive friends out […]

Podcasts will ring in the age of equal-opportunity entertainment

by Woody Smith
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WhenFifty Shades of Greycaught fire in 2011, manypointed to e-readers like the Amazon Kindle.Self-conscious housewiveswere more apt to enjoyerotica because no one could judge the book by its cover, the theory went. This would bode well for podcasts. Twenty-four percent of Americans—67 million people—listened to a podcast in February. That’s up from 17 percent in 2015. Over the last two years, monthly podcast listening has grown by 40percent, with a growth curve that looks to be steadily pointed upward. And many of these new listeners are finding podcasts through a groundswell of weird, niche topics. There are now podcasts dedicated […]