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Flip the switch to the "on" position. Watch the roaches scatter. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

Trump gave a speech at the U.N., which Pantsuit immediately attacked as "dark and dangerous" while the prime minister of Israel praised it. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had nothing but praise for President Trump following his address to the...

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To reduce waste and expense without sacrificing any perks, take a look at your break room or office kitchen. Look for individually packed items like sweeteners or creamers that could be replaced with bulk versions. Similarly, disposable coffee cups or...

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Absolutely perfect. Throw 'em out, throw 'em out, way out. Go home.

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If you don't do coding, or perhaps are uncomfortable messing with settings, you may find the next iteration of the Google Chrome browser of interest: One of the most annoying things about surfing today’s web – besides all those ads,...

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Florida Power and Light's grid did not fare well under Hurricane Irma, despite the company's assurances that it had spent billions hardening its systems after 90% of its customers lost power to 2005's Hurricane Wilma. But one thing has changed...

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As a general rule, it's worth remembering that you can't outrun a vehicle on a freeway when traffic is rolling along. Two illegal immigrants were killed on a major highway early Sunday morning following a reckless attempt to illegally cross...

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Randy Potter used to manage a T-Mobile store. He left his home last January 17 and was not seen thereafter, but he's been found - sitting in his 2014 Dodge Ram pickup truck, which was in a parking structure at...

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In other news, jail cigarette prices expected to increase by 500%. This ought to be interesting. The smug smirk will likely leave his face. With luck, he'll go back home to Albania if he ever gets out.

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CCleaner, the computer-optimizing tool made by software company Piriform, was successfully infected by malware, according to security firm Cisco Talos. The malware reportedly tried to connect to unregistered websites in order to remotely download even more harmful programs to users’...

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Why Pantsuit really lost.

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A 23-year-old inmate at the Two Rivers Correctional Institution died suddenly Sunday morning, becoming the fifth unanticipated death at the state prison this year. Allen, of White City, entered state custody in January 2016 on three counts of theft and...

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Voters are following the actions of the so-called “antifa” protesters and aren’t impressed with what they see. Unsurprisingly, most people view them as - according to a recent Rasmussen poll - "troublemakers". Well, that's a polite way of putting it;...

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She was okay in the episode of The Hunger Games that I saw, but since then it's been all downhill. Mother! Scored a rare CinemaScore of an F grade. Movie columnist Rex Reed said Mother! may go down as the...

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Stanislav Petrov has died at age 77. Soon after midnight on 26 September, 1983, duty officer Stanislav Petrov was in charge of an early warning radar system in a bunker near Moscow when computer readouts suggested several missiles had been...

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Pilot Todd Rudberg of Shoreline, Washington, was touching down at the Nehalem Bay State Park airstrip Saturday evening when an elk ran in front of his single-engine airplane.   The Oregonian/OregonLive reports (https://goo.gl/zwcAAx ) Rudberg tried to speed up and...

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The playhouse violates HOA rules. The neighbors don't mind it at all, but the HOA board is set to pursue legal action to have it removed. The family almost lost Emma to a serious autoimmune disorder. Now, because of her...

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Winds have kicked in up here, blowing most of the forest fire smoke away. However, it's dark, so the photocell nightlights are on around the house. Upside/downside. In order to get to Cascade Locks from Portland, you have to take...

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Ah, the joys of being a guy! Three perfessers in Australia claim that we have a natural advantage over girls when it comes to physics because we can stand up to pee. In fact, we can move our wieners around...

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IOWA CITY, Iowa — An Oregon parent wanted details about school employees getting paid to stay home. A retired educator sought data about student performance in Louisiana. And college journalists in Kentucky requested documents about the investigations of employees accused...

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On the front lines of the Eagle Creek wildfire in the Columbia River Gorge. Great perspective. Fighting wildfires is definitely not for the out-of-shape.

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Tim McCrory used to work as a long-haul driver for Western Express. He was transporting nearly 1000 plywood panels to a Home Depot in a Tampa suburb, but was substantially delayed when a tire on the truck blew (this is...

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Welp, the Millennial gal who defaced the Wall Street "Charging Bull" sculpture - supposedly to protest the USA's withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord - has been arrested but faces only a couple of misdemeanor charges. Courtney Fallon, 33, was...

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Our buddy, the Eagle Creek wildfire, has sent more greetings to us today. Up here, the smoke's so thick that you can't see the trees down the street. But stepping outside, it smells like camping. You just don't have to...

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That'd be your energy-storing white fat. Therein lies the problem: white fat accumulates, but doesn't release its stored energy. For that, you need it converted to brown fat, which releases but doesn't store energy. Fats are kind of oddly more...

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Is the Pope allegedly Catholic? Is Pantsuit a congenital liar? You bet those vehicles will be on the road; there were an estimated 366,000 new ones on dealer lots in Texas alone when the floodwaters hit. To help consumers, Carfax...

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Where they're going to get the cash is anybody's guess: Professor Bret Weinstein, a leftist, refused to participate in the evacuation of white people (only) from the campus of Evergreen State College and sued the college for the hostile work...

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But not necessarily stayin' alive; they're finding bodies in the Florida Keys. Identification is a whole other problem. Doesn't look as though the requisite concrete stilts did a whole lot of good in many cases. "Difficulty with the communications network...

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For more than 300 years, people lived on the 62 square-mile island of Barbuda. No more; today there is not one living human there. After Irma, there's nothing left: There is no electricity there, there is no potable water anymore,...

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The CEO of Equifax hired a music major as chief security officer. She studied music composition. Her LinkedIn professional profile lists no education related to technology or security. Her LinkedIn page was made private and her last name replaced with...

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Congress may not be able to accomplish anything of significance, but they do know how to do inquiries, so they're going to haul the company's CEO into a hearing Oct. 3rd - for whatever that's worth. "You can't stop stupidity....

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