Valley of the Dolls – Not the Book, the Place

by Rachel Baker on February 28, 2015

I absolutely HATE dolls – they creep me out; and the picture in the heading of this article falls into the category of creepiest thing in the history of the world. BUT…I’m oddly intrigued by this story. I wish the story was written a bit differently so we understood a bit more about the woman […]

Lady-friendly Favorite Movies on Netflix for February

February 11, 2015

Maybe you’ve already signed that long-term contract and there’s no real appeal to the Valentine’s Day “thing”. Or. Maybe you’ve decided its better to stay in with your girlfriends than to go out to the bars on Valentine’s day. Either way, you may be looking for an awesome lady friendly movie or movies to spend […]

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The Best Movies to Watch on Netflix Before They’re Gone

December 19, 2014

If you come to a lull in the family festivities over the next two weeks, here’s a list of movies you might want to be sure to check out on Netflix before they are gone on January 1st, 2015. Read more: The Best Movies to Watch on Netflix Before They’re Gone Every month, Netflix adds […]

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Street Fighter Ugly Christmas Sweater

December 3, 2014

You know you want this! I love the “This is why I’m broke” site. Some of the things they find are incredibly hilarious, and some of the things they showcase are things you didn’t know you wanted…until you saw it. Scroll down on the page and look at some of the other things they have. […]

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2015 Video Game Release Schedule

December 2, 2014

To help you know what you should spend your holiday cash on, here’s a release schedule for the video games coming out in 2015. Save well and spend wisely! Read More: 2015 Video Game Release Schedule It wasn’t even September when readers started asking when we’d publish the initial list of 2015 release dates. Our […]

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Apps to Help You Organize the Holidays

November 25, 2014

Here are ten apps that will help make the holidays a whole lot more organized. These apps will help you plan Black Friday or Cyber Monday shopping, holiday party planning or helping you figure out which gifts you have left to acquire. Read More: 10 apps to make the holidays a little less stressful. “It’s […]

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Searching for the Headless Horseman

October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween, Friends – Stay safe, and keep your blood on the inside! Read more: Searching for the Headless Horseman Washington Irving, under the pseudonym Geoffrey Crayon, gave America one of its earliest monsters in his 1820 short story “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” Although the Headless Horseman doesn’t show up until the very end, […]

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Walmart Is Selling Used Games

October 28, 2014

This is an interesting turn of events. It will be interesting to see how well Walmart does with the physical game trade-in program, and if the company is able to even really compete with a company like Gamestop. Its likely to be a success in more rural areas where maybe Gamestop or some other similar […]

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Pick the Right Back-to-School Computer for Your Kid

August 4, 2014

With all the back-to-school sales going on right now like it was a major holiday, its almost impossible to sift through the best technology deals on computers, laptops, and tablets. Going in to a store or online to get the best deals is easiest if you have done your research and know which options would […]

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Solar Panel Kits and Backpacks by Voltaic Systems

June 17, 2014

These awesome kits and bags are perfect for anyone who is on the go and always connected. What is a Voltaic Solar Panel Kit? A solar panel kit is one or more of our super strong, portable solar panels combined with our adapters, connectors and/or batteries. The possibilities are endless so we narrowed it down […]

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Using Quantum Physics to Win at Bridge

June 16, 2014

This is awesome! It requires more research but maybe, just maybe, there will be a new winning pair at this year’s Christmas Bridge Game. Contract bridge is the chess of card games. You might know it as some stuffy old game your grandparents play, but it requires major brainpower, and preferably an obsession with rules […]

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