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The politician who accused God

In 2007, the Governor of Nebraska, Ernie Chambers, sued God. As KETV Omaha reported at the time, Chambers' lawsuit sought "a permanent injunction ordering God to stop certain harmful activities and make terrorist threats." According to the mortal, the immortal defendant had caused "fearsome floods, tremendous earthquakes, terrible hurricanes, terrible tornadoes, pestilence plagues, wild famines, devastating droughts, genocidal wars, birth …

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15 scary facts about John Carpenter's Halloween

During a parliamentary assembly in the 1980s, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher made a copy of an American journal. He described it as "absolutely horrible" and referred to England's Obscene Publications Act of 1959 as the reason for his ban. It was not Playboy Penthouse or any other pornographic material. Thatcher waved for a copy of Fangoria . From 1979 to …

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What Central Park could have been based on a rejected 1858 design

While you may recognize and appreciate the work of graphic designers, fashion designers, and architects in your daily life, you may not think twice about experienced designers. But user experience (UX) designers have a big impact on the products that most of us use every day, especially digital products like smartphone apps and websites. A UX designer is responsible for …

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The highest grossing horror films of all time

Although horror movies are usually not celebrated with the highest criticism year after year, the big blockbuster scares get through and make quite a bit of money. No matter how ridiculous a horror movie may be, if it seems a bit scary and backed by effective marketing, it will sell itself. If you're looking for a strip to get you …

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A quick guide to regional pizza styles | Video

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Does a broker have to reveal that a house is allegedly persecuted?

Like hot dogs and SPAM, Bologna is often regarded as something mysterious meat. Regardless of your feelings about this much maligned cold cut, Bologna is a familiar presence in supermarkets, school canteens and maybe even your own refrigerator. But what exactly is it? Similar to a handful of other curious foods, the answer really depends on the deli or manufacturer. …

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12 things you may not know about Sylvia Plath

Although Sylvia Plath is considered a pioneer of the denominational poetry style, she was not very famous when she died of suicide in 1963 at the age of 30. But her legacy has long outgrown her early death: her poetry books and a novel published posthumously are still read, debated, and deferentially cited. . 1 PUBLISHING HER FIRST MEMORIAL AT …

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Your office has been infected with germs – and in places you can not expect

If you are not very ill, it is unlikely that anyone will analyze your hut under the microscope soon. But if someone does that, you might be surprised that something more disturbing lurks among the various bacteria and wastes: traces of plastic. The disquieting revelation that people are internalizing plastic was made this week at the United European Gastroenterologists Conference …

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3800 American ghost towns that you can visit on a map

Not every city is destined to survive forever. In the 19th century, many cities established during mining, oil and railroad boom flourished for several decades, then shrank as their only economic support dried up and entire cities were abandoned. Geotab has recently mapped more than 3,800 of these ghost towns in the US and plunged into areas with the highest …

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