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Reddit Troll Loses Job After Gawker Profile

by AnthonyMackey
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When Gawker‘s Adrian Chen pulled back the veil on one of Reddit’s most controversial users, violentacrez — responsible for running some of the site’s most lewd and disturbing forums — the 49-year-old said he would probably spend his free time focusing on work or “possibly looking for a job.” It looks like violentacrez was right. The former moderator — known in real life as Michael Brutsch, of Arlington, Texas — said on Saturday that he was fired from from his position at a financial services company, leaving him and his disabled wife with little savings and no health insurance. The […]

12 Innovations From The 1950s That We Still Use Today

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1. Credit cards (1950) View this image › Via betbola.us Diner’s Club introduced the first credit card in 1950. 2. Diet Soda (1952) View this image › The first diet soda, No-Cal, was introduced by the Kirsch Bottling in 1952. Its inventors Hyman and Morris Kirsch created the sugar-free soda for hospitalized diabetic patients at the Jewish Sanitarium for Chronic Disease (now known as Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center). In 1958, Royal Crown Cola introduced the second sugar-free soda, Diet Rite. 3. Roll-on deodorant (1952) View this image › Via all-that-is-interesting.com Prior to the invention of Ban Roll-On, the most common […]

White House Climate Change Data Portal Highlights Local Impacts

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This Feb. 22, 2013 file photo shows two heavily damaged homes on the beach in Mantoloking, N.J., from Superstorm Sandy. Sea level rise worsened the flooding from this storm.Image: Mel Evans/Associated Press The Obama administration is teaming up with tech companies such as Google, Microsoft and Intel to roll out web-based tools for policy makers and the public to better understand likely climate change impacts in their communities. The White House announced its climate data initiative, which is part of the administration’s broader “Climate Action Plan” unveiled in June 2013, on Wednesday morning. The centerpiece of the initiative is a […]

Why Patience And Persistence Are Key To A Successful Career In Sports

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FrontOfficeSports.org is contributing a series of pieces to EliteDaily.com with the aim of advising young professionals on how to navigate their way to a successful career in sports. This week’s advice comes from Gerard Littlejohn, executive director for the Steve Smith Family Foundation. Front Office Sports is honored to have sat down with Gerard, whobegan as an intern for the Charlotte Bobcats, setting up statistical monitors, and is now leading the Steve Smith Family Foundation. Gerard emphasized the importance of finding a balance between persistence and patience. Continue reading to find out more about his journey and how he uses […]

Weight Loss and Body Shape in Bayport,11705

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SIMPLY A LITTLE IS BETTER THAN NOTHING; STILL, A WEE BIT EVEN MORE IS A Lot EVEN MORE ADMIRABLE!If you’re”averagely obese, “that is, not doctor-diagnosed with severe weight problems, or if you just want to look better by losing or shedding a few pounds , there readies information for you– from ACCREDITED, dependable, trusted specialists that likewise care about your health. [See: ACE; ACSM; or AHA.]Fact: Ten minutes of day-to-day workout is exceptional due to the fact that it’s far better than absolutely no minutes of efficient energy expenditure. Nonetheless, workout physiology and fat burning scientific research indicate HALF AN […]