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Top 10 Worst Jobs in USA

Mar 04, 09 Top 10 Worst Jobs in USA

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America Worst Jobs If you think your job is bad, think twice… unless you’ve got one of the “worst” jobs in America today. It isn’t much of a surprise that many of these low-rated jobs overlap with the most dangerous jobs. What’s more, none have an annual salary above $40,000. JobsRated.com has...

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6 reasons why is good to drink beer

Mar 03, 09 6 reasons why is good to drink beer

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Beer is one of the world’s oldest and most consumed alcoholic beverages, and third third most popular drink overall (just tea and water are above). It was first brewed nearly 7 000 years ago. It’s been featured in religious ceremonies, praised in literature, and prized for its medicinal properties. What the ancients...

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10 cities where you dont want to raise a family

Feb 26, 09 10 cities where you dont want to raise a family

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Choosing to have children is one of the most challenging decisions many couples face. To be sure that you are ready to have children, couples need to weigh several important questions like: Do we have enough money to provide for our children needs? Can one of us  take time off from work to care for a child? And finally are we...

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World strangest food

Feb 21, 09 World strangest food

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Strange food They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. The same could be said about food: one man’s nightmare may just be another man’s delicacy. From cow’s tongue and pig’s snout to chicken’s feet, from fried worms and frog’s legs to sautéed snails, the list of weird stuff...

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Stella awards – Most bizarre lawsuits in US

Feb 18, 09 Stella awards – Most bizarre lawsuits in US

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Most bizzare lawsuits were presented at the annual award Stella Awards. Name “Stella” was inspired by 81 year old lady, from New Mexico, who spilled coffee on herself and sued McDonalds. They had to pay her 2.86 million $. This year winner is Mr. Merv Grazinski of Oklahoma City. In November 2000 Mr. Grazinski purchased...

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Video game saved life

Jan 20, 09 Video game saved life

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Paxton Galvanek never had medical training, but he’d gone through medic certification in the America’s Army video game. Then one November night as he drove down the highway with his family, he watched as an SUV flipped multiple times in the opposite lane. As his wife called 911, Galvanek pulled two injured passengers...

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