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2015 Chrysler 200S: Behold The Dark Horse

While the 2015 Chrysler 200 is what Chrysler hopes will rise its company to the top of the U.S. midsize sedan sales chart, the 200S model is the most interesting thing about the model intended to be Chrysler’s flagship vehicle. The brand also has a luxury “C” and a Limited trim level availability with the Chrysler 200, and while the …

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Early Retirement: What Would Mr. Mustache Do?

Early retirement is more of a reality than many of us know. Even if you are in your late 40s and have pretty much missed that “early” part of the deal, there are still ways to speed up that process. While there are investment plans and careers that give one a better chance of retiring early, you can also retire …

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Chile Earthquake Rocks Country Sunday

CNN tells us that a 6.7- magnitude earthquake hit Chile’s Pacific coast Sunday for their first earthquake of the year. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake was felt within 60 kilometers with a depth of 20 kilometers. Thankfully, there was only minor reported damage with no deaths; 100,000 people were directed to briefly evacuate coastal areas before the …

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Wayne Knight Hoax: Newman is Alive, No Joke

For some reason, the Internets like to make up stories of celebrities dying. The result is a bunch of confusion and possibly unnecessary tumultuous feelings–all for the sake of some website traffic. This wasn’t a plot planned by his nemesis, Jerry, at all– it was merely an inconsiderate act by a website to be remained nameless. At a time when …

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Online Tax Filing: Send It Straight To The IRS Free

You might have noticed the many e-file websites that offer “free” tax-filing options, but somehow seem to add fees or consistently try to trick you into clicking the upgrade button while you plow through your taxes. IRS takes matters into their own hands with its Free File program that provides free federal tax preparation and e-file through brand-name software or …

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Powerball: Change Up Your Tactics

In case you didn’t know, the Powerball numbers drawn yesterday were: 2,5, 34, 51, 58 with nine as the Powerball. If you’re still reading this, you likely haven’t won and have a little spare time on your hands. That’s fine. At this point, you might be wondering if you should change up your lottery number choosing tactics. It is pretty …

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Best Family Cars 2014: Expert Kelley Blue Book List

Finding the best family car may be one of the most important decisions– you’re carrying precious cargo, and you may have to be the most careful with your budget than other car purchasers. At the same time, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice comfort and technology– and looking at least a little cool– when purchasing a great family car. Depending on …

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Phil Jackson Very Likely To Join the Knicks

Phil Jackson can’t seem to shake the allure of the game. It just calls him right back, and oh, no… now he’s with the Knicks. Staying true to his word on being done with coaching, New York Times reports that anonymous sources have announced that Jackson has agreed to a presidency position in an attempt to straighten up the troubled …

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Millie Brown Has More Art In Her Vomit Than Us

Who is Millie Brown? Millie Brown puts every person claiming to have a sensitive stomach to pure, colorful shame– she might rival the guy from Man vs. Food for being the spokesperson for Stomach Problems. She was first seen vomiting colored milk in a Lady Gaga video, and you’ll probably see her barfing or with stuff dripping out of her …

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Sumatran Tigers: Nearly Extinct Tiger Gives Birth

The Associated Press reports that London Zoo has proudly announced that Melati, one of the few 300 Sumatran tigers left in the world, has recently given birth to three cubs earlier this week. Besides this being great news for the fast declining species, this is also happy news considering Melati’s loss in October last year when her two-week-old cub drowned …

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Vitamin D Supplements: Woman’s Best Friend

Vitamin D looks to be one of the most misunderstood of the Vitamin Clan; one minute we’re deciding that it just might be useless, and then another study begins to laud it as the best vitamin since whatever vitamins are in sliced bread. Here’s why: A recent study by the Anticancer Research now reports that it has found that patients …

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Alyssa Mastromonaco Leaving Obama Staff

The Associated Press tell us that President Obama’s deputy chief of staff for operations, Alyssa Mastromonaco, is officially resigning from the White House. Mastromonaco was in charge of most of Obama’s schedule, the White House’s staffing as well as his event planning. She’s one of his longest standing partners– she was one of his first staff members when he moved …

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