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Have you ever written a facebook post and then decided not to publish it? Sure, we all have; but did you know those unpublished thoughts are being tracked by facebook?
It's that time of year again! Google's list of top searches of 2013 has been released. Celebrity deaths and the Harlem Shake ranked high on this year's list.
1. Nelson Mandela
2. Paul Walker
3. iPhone 5s
4. Cory Monteith
5. Harlem Shake
6. Boston Marathon
7. Royal Baby
8. Samsung Galaxy S4
9. PlayStation 4
10. North Korea
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for saying "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas" outside a Walmart in Arizona. There is currently no policy as to what bell ringers should say, according to the Salvation Army. Phoenix police say there is not enough evidence to arrest the woman who punched the bell ringer. Read more at ABC
An annual holiday tradition for thousands of people kicked off its 2014 event schedule Friday night with bright lights, rocking music and 20-foot-high flames.
Now in its eighth year, the over-the-top Christmas Light Show on Woolley Road has been steadily growing in attendance – 10,000 people attended last year’s shows.
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It's the ultimate fantasy: Walk into a store, plunk down a dollar, and with nothing but luck — really extraordinary luck — you win a giant lottery. Suddenly, you're rich as a sultan with enough money to buy an NBA team or your own island.
The odds of that happening, of course, are astronomical. But tell that to the optimists and dreamers across the country who lined up at gas stations, mini-marts and drug stores Monday for the last-minute buying frenzy in the Mega Millions jackpot. The prize soared to $636 million — the second-largest in
So what drives people to play, and what makes them think their $1 investment— among the many, many millions — will bring staggering wealth?
"It's the same question as to why do people gamble," said Stephen Goldbart, author of "Affluence Intelligence" and co-director of the Money, Meaning & Choices Institute in
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