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Chinese now the world's biggest spending tourists
Fri Apr 5, 2013
There are 1.3 billion Chinese which is four times the population of USA. It seems totally reasonable that they are spending more on tourism.
Parental estrangement: A 'silent epidemic' of cut-off kids
Mon Apr 1, 2013
When I cut out my so-called parents everyone else in the family asked me what took me so long.
'Veronica Mars' Kickstarter campaign rattles movie industry
Fri Mar 22, 2013
The fans and the taxpayers already pay for sports team arenas so why not movies too?
How to complain: Squeaky wheel still gets the grease
Mon Mar 11, 2013
Most depressing life lesson I've learned.
Why modern soldiers are more susceptible to suicide
Sat Mar 2, 2013
This article really overlooks a lot of other information available and boils it all down to the trite argument that the youngins are less durable and lead pampered lives.
Source: Boy struck, killed while crossing guard takes break
Fri Mar 1, 2013
Tractors have a huge blind spot in the front of the cab and to the right. Unfortunately the driver was making a right hand turn. It would be relevant to know the color of the lights and right of way at the time of the accident.
'Smell like sunscreen': A taste-test of new Mango Crèmes Girl Scout cookies
Thu Jan 17, 2013
Oh that is too funny because I thought it smelled like sun screen when my sister brought a box home for Christmas and that the flavor was more of an artificial coconut flavor to me.
'Like an airborne disease': Concern grows about military suicides spreading within families
Mon Jan 28, 2013
That's a good point you bring up Milgram about suicides being lower in the military normally. The initial screening for enlistment and strain of boot/basic training helps to remove people with depression, bipolar, etc. that are more prone to suicidal actions thus lowing the military's suicide rates.
Experts: Lance Armstrong confession could cost him tens of millions
Wed Jan 16, 2013
Assuming the worst case scenario with penalties, fines, reimbursements, attorney fees, Lance will still be a well off millionaire.
'We escaped death': Syrian refugees struggle with cold, hunger and uncertainty
Tue Jan 15, 2013
It is quite kind of Jordan to give everyone a blanket and some fluids to the people that cross the boarder. I'm glad to see there is at least a little compassion over there.
Questions & Answers
American kids aren't spoiled, they're awesome
Thanks Jerry, with all the disciples of Chicken Little running around here claiming children are the worst ones ever in the history of mankind it was nice to see someone remember that the same trite argument has been made probably for as long as language existed.
I think I found the article you mentioned Tricycle and it was spectacular. Aside from minor vocabulary differences it could as well be posted on msnbc as a standalone article and no one would find it dated even though it's 100 years old.
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