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Author Archive for: ‘Sarah Parrott’

Republican Party Attempts to Talk Money Instead of Obamacare

The government shutdown has been in the headlines ever since its start, and the ridiculousness that is the Republican party has wasted no time in making even more of a scene out of the whole ordeal. The Republican representatives have made no small show of their outrage over the Affordable Care Act, or, as they have so infamously dubbed it, …

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New Digg.com Extension For Google Chrome

This writer thinks it’s probably safe to assume that readers here at WebProNews have at least some interest in keeping up with current events. As such, most readers are probably familiar with Digg.com, an awesome news source for a variety of topics. According to the website’s “about” page, “Digg delivers the most interesting and talked about stories on the Internet …

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Monopoly’s Battle Of The Brands: Carnival Is Victorious!

Monopoly has been and will forever be, in this writer’s eyes, a terrible and infuriating game meant only to tear families and friendships apart. Setting aside the traumatic childhood experiences that involve board flipping and shouting matches with siblings and people once known as close friends, Monopoly is also problematic from a more thoughtful point of view. What can be …

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Cord-Cutting, Twitter, And The TV Experience

Cord-cutting, for those who may not be in-the-know, refers to “cutting” the cable cord in favor of sating one’s lust for television programming in a different manner, usually through pay-per-view services or the Internet. The practice has been steadily growing in popularity over the years, with many people turning to Internet options in particular. (Whether or not those options are …

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NHL Helmet Rule Brings Some Safety To Fights

This writer will be the first to admit that sports are not her forte; yet, there has always been some kind of allure to the world of hockey. Something about a pack of grown men furiously skating on ice in pounds of padding while hitting each other, and sometimes the puck, with giant sticks is oddly captivating. While baseball, football, …

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Apple iPad Mini With Retina Display May Be Delayed

The smell of pumpkin spice lattes and Halloween candy in the air mean only one thing in the world of retail; winter is coming, and with it, the holiday shopping season. The rush of people bustling about to acquire goods for the celebrated, consumerist holiday season send joy into retailer’s hearts (and wallets). The holiday shopping season is a pretty …

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Barack Obama Is The First Gay President

This writer takes both personal interest and joy in the wacky world of conspiracy theories about president Barack Obama. Springing from such fertile lands of crazy as the conservative areas of the internet and the ever-entertaining-yet-simultaneously-infuriating Fox news, theories about who the president “really is” never fail to bring amusement wherever they land. From accusations of him being a Muslim …

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Apple Wants To Fix iOS 7 iMessage Glitch

The recent iOS 7 update has caused quite a stir; some are incredibly happy with the overhaul, spilling over with compliments about the new interface and updates. However, in the realm of most folks on the internet, who like to complain about almost everything, the iOS 7 update may just be worse than the government deciding to shut down like …

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North Korea Threat To Be Deterred By South Korea, US

Most people should be familiar with the nuthouse that is North Korea, and most of those same people are familiar with the antics of said nuthouse. North Korea, currently headed by Kim Jong-Un, has been faithfully carrying on its long-standing habit of threatening the US and other countries with nuclear power and other weapons of mass destruction. Their threats are …

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YouTube Comments Are Getting Cleaned Up

Anyone familiar with the internet is familiar with the infamous titan that is the YouTube comments section; full of terrible grammar, angry rants, confused relatives, and the occasional, waxing-on-philosophical question about the meaning of life, YouTube comments are one of the symbols of the internet, representative of both its terrible way of corrupting everything it touches while simultaneously breaking out …

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Man Violently Re-Enacts Grand Theft Auto

This writer is pretty firm in the belief that video games and their sensationalized violence do not incite children and teenagers to murder, slaughter, and kill. Other media, such as movies, television, books, and even the evening news incorporate sensationalized violence just as much (and, in many cases, more than) as their video game counterparts, yet, for some reason, video …

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Michelle Beadle Show “The Crossover” Cancelled

Michelle Beadle, for those who might not be as sports-savvy as some, is a sport’s reporter and host on the television channel, NBC Universal. She has previously co-hosted other shows on the channel, such as “SportsNation” and “Winner’s Bracket.” Her most recent endeavor, however, was a show all her own, called “The Crossover,” which highlighted stories and news from pop …

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