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Man tries to use Zillow to prove Kavanaugh’s innocence and ends up owning himself

This has to be a glitch in the simulation, right?  Ed Whelan, a former clerk to Justice Antonin Scalia and conservative lawyer, tried to use Zillow to prove Brett Kavanaugh’s innocence and ended up going down a deep, deep rabbit hole of a conspiracy theory.  SEE ALSO: #DearProfessorFord: Actresses support Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser ahead of...CONTINUE READING
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This job pays $50 an hour to smoke weed, but you have to be an obnoxious stoner

Who knew that being That Annoying Guy at parties could pay off? If you have a tendency to interrupt conversations with “Well, actually,” question the percentage of THC when offered a hit of a vape, or snottily discuss strains when everyone else is just trying to chill out, then this gig might be perfect for...CONTINUE READING
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Here’s a sexy ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Halloween costume that no one asked for

Halloween is quickly approaching, so naturally that means the time has come to face an onslaught of wildly inappropriate Halloween costumes. We begin with the sexy handmaid.  Online lingerie and costume store Yandy is to thank for this cringe-inducing costume. Referred to as the “Brave Red Maiden Costume” it is very clearly modeled after the...CONTINUE READING
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Musk under investigation, Trump’s Chinese tariffs, Facebook’s fake-news victory: The week in tech news

This week, on Technically Speaking: Elon Musk’s troubles continue; the Trump administration has slapped tariffs on Chinese exports which will affect consumer electronics; and Facebook scores a big victory in its fight agains fake news. Read more…More about Tech, Facebook, Apple, China, and Mashable Video
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