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12 Stunning Photos That Prove Theres No Such Thing As ‘Mens Work’

by Woody Smith
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Commercial photographer Chris Crisman was very interested when he heard a friend of a friend had left her job as a web designer in New York City to become a butcher in Philadelphia. Crisman thought this woman would be an ideal subject for a portrait.  So, the Pennsylvania-native went to Philly to shoot the woman, Heather Marold Thomason, in her butcher shop.  “During our shoot, Heather, my producer Robert Luessen and I had some great conversations about women working in traditionally male-dominated fields,” Crisman told The Huffington Post. “From that conversation we thought that might make a good project or […]

Clooneys $1 Billion Tequila Windfall Shows Power of Celebrity

by Mark Anderson
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From the George Foreman grill to George Clooney’s tequila, celebrity sells. Rarely has a sale been as lucrative as the $1 billion the actor and two partners could fetch for Casamigos, the tequila brand they founded only four years ago. What started more as a hobby among a few guys hanging out in Mexico morphed into a must-have brand, fueled by Clooney’s star power and the lure of casual-luxury life depicted on the Casamigos Instagram feed. Financial analysts frowned, saying the numbers don’t add up for the buyer, London-based distiller Diageo Plc. To some marketers, however, the deal made more […]

Which Buffy Character You Are, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

by Mark Anderson
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Daniella Urdinlaiz Are you a Buffy fan? Do your interests also include speaking at length about natal charts at parties? Then look no further! Let me welcome you to a place where Buffy The Vampire Slayer and astrology collide! the article you never knew you needed. Just sit back, relax, grab your goblet of blood (or wine) and commune with the stars! Or sod off, I don’t care. Daniella Urdinlaiz SAGITARRIUS: XANDER (November 23rd to December 21st) Woo, you got Xander! Lets have anotherwoo? Youre the philosophical one; spraying words of wisdom all over the place. Is spraying a good […]

21 Necessary Questions You’ll Only Want To Ask Your Dad In Your 20s

by Mark Anderson
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Those of us lucky enough to have a great relationship with ourdadknow hes truly in a league of his own. We wouldnt tradehis hilarious Hawaiian-shirt-wearing shenanigans and constant dad jokes for anything in the world. And lets be honest:Dad always knows the best things to say, even if theyre totally corny. As a teen, you probably werent always willing to hear his advice. Instead, you rolled your eyes and laughed when he attempted to be serious with you. But when youre in your 20s, and even a little wiser, you might be willing to listen. From financial advice, to Dads […]

5 New Years resolutions made better with proper lighting

by Woody Smith
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Its that time of year when you resolve to reinvent every aspect of your life. Every January you reflect on the past and look toward the future with hope, dreaming up all the things you will do differently, finally begin or just get better at in the 12 months to come. The thing about New Years resolutions, though, is that while theyre easy to make, theyre sometimes hard to keep. We could all use a boost to help transform our goals into reality. Turns out, all you really need to make your resolutions come true is a bit of dedication, […]

6 Real AF Ways To Cope If You Feel Like The Out Of The Loop Friend This Summer

by Mark Anderson
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Most of us haveexperienced that out of the loop feeling once summer hits. You know, that feeling when either your high school squad has moved far away, or your college friends are all going back home together. Being out of the loop can bring an unsettling feeling of being idle and completelyalone. This certainly happens when a group of friends has just grown apart, too not necessarily affected by time or distance. It can be a bit alienating, confusing, and simply unreal. But before you label yourself the outsider and spend your entire summer wondering what may have gone wrong, […]

No matter how hard you try, this table saw can’t hurt you

by Woody Smith
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Woodworking is a valuable trade, but it doesn’t come without risks. For the longest time, construction workers and carpenters had to operate with the utmost caution in order to avoid losing a finger to their table saw. But what if there was a saw that couldn’t hurt you, no matter how hard you tried? Read more athttp://www.wimp.com/

Facebook to open Startup Garage at Station F in Paris

by Woody Smith
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Station F is better known as the worlds biggest startup campus. Based in Paris, the huge historical monument is going to have 3,000 desks for tech companies of all kinds. This morning, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg came to Paris to announce that Facebook is going to be one of Station Fs launch partners. Here are all the details. We talked a lot with this ecosystem and a lot of companies decided to help us, French billionaire Xavier Niel said. Facebook was the first that wanted to be part of this good idea. Niel founded telecom company Free and has a […]

5 Famous Historical Bad Guys (And Their Side Of The Story)

by Mark Anderson
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If you’ve seen a superhero movie in the last 20 years, you know how fascinated we are with origin stories. As a culture, we’ve spent more time filming Batman’s parents die than we have researching cancer. If everyone went rock climbing ten times a month for the rest of their lives, it would still be a less popular hobby than watching Spider-Man’s uncle die. The following origin stories may not be as well-documented as Krypton exploding, but they all actually happened in reality. And they kind of explain everything … 5 The Koch Brothers Were Born From A Crucible Filled […]

The Founders Nick Offerman: Being American means that I have to stand up and march

by Woody Smith
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The Parks and Recreation stars new film charts the rise of McDonalds head honcho Ray Kroc. He talks about resisting the rise of another capitalist narcissist Hi, Nick. Were you disappointed that The Founder didnt get any Oscarnominations? Well, I generally ignore that part of the business, because it is infuriating. Its simply not merit-based. Its a lot like American politics. Its strange, because a story of asharky, capitalist sociopath seems quite fitting for the times. It does. Unintentionally, too. Its areally fascinating story, and the timing just worked out. It lined up quite neatly with the rise of another […]