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10 People Who Give Christianity a Bad Name

Christianity has been around for two thousand years and, for the most part, it has preached a good message by which to live. But unfortunately, as with all organized bodies, many people claiming to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ have shown themselves to behave quite opposite to the message it espouses. This list looks at 10 of the worst.

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10 Incredible Camouflaged Animals

Whether it’s a humble stick insect hiding amongst the undergrowth, or a leopard stalking its prey in the jungle, the animal kingdom is alive with amazing examples of camouflage. Being virtually indistinguishable from their surroundings may give creatures a distinct survival advantage, and it can help them to conceal themselves more effectively or hunt with even more lethal efficiency. Animals as wide-ranging as crocodiles, owls and geckos use camouflage to enable them to blend in with the environment

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The Top 10 Classic Cars That Need To Be Resurrected

With the recent revival of cars like the Dodge Challenger, the Mercedes SLS AMG Gullwing, and a host of other vehicles built off decades-old design concepts that still turn heads today, many automakers are reaching into the past to help design the cars of the future. These are the cars we'd really like to see brought back to life with a 21st century twist.

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10 Adorable Baby Animals That Grow Up To Be Deadly Predators

Even the fiercest predators – lions, tigers and bears – start their lives helpless and adorable, and even cold-blooded killers like crocodiles display surprising parenting skills. These ten creatures might look cute and cuddly but just wait until they reach their adult size!

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15 Reasons Walking is Good for Your Mind and Body

Margaritas by the water, wine at sunset and long walks on the beach; those are three things you can get into, correct? Maybe your margarita and your wine are going to affect you in one pretty certain manner, but your love of long walks on the beach is a good one. Walking has a number of health benefits and other benefits that make it completely worthwhile. If you have the time to take a walk, go ahead and do it; just about every body part will thank you for it later.

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10 Tips for People Thinking of Buying a House

For many people, buying a house is the biggest investment that they will make in their life. Therefore, it is important to take certain things into consideration before purchasing a house. Here are ten tips that will help.

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10 Films That Are Stranger Than Fiction

As you might have read yesterday, our film editor Jason Bailey anointed Ben Affleck’s Argo as his film of the week. If you’re not familiar with the film, we won’t spoil too much of it, save to say that it’s based a true story — the sort of story that you wouldn’t believe if it wasn’t true. We rather enjoyed Argo, not least because the tale it relates is so outlandish, and watching it got us thinking about other films whose plots are the sort of thing that you’d never believe if they weren’t based on actual events. We’ve chosen a few of our favorites after the jump — are there any we missed?

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Pricing Psychology: 7 Sneaky Retail Tricks

The psychology of pricing explains why we do many of the silly things we do with our money. Retailers work hard to manipulate us, tweaking price tags and offering “special” promotions to get us to spend more than we normally would. Why are we so vulnerable? In part, we’re just wired to think in certain ways, experts say. But the other problem: We’re usually far too busy and distracted to pick up on all the nuances working on our subconscious. I recently interviewed a couple of behavioral science and marketing experts and reviewed some academic studies to round up the most popular pricing tricks. Hopefully this list will come in handy next time you come across a "deal."

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7 Things People With Anxiety Want Their Loved Ones to Know

I have anxiety, and I believe I can speak for everyone with anxiety when I say this: it’s gotta be hard to be close to us. But there are seven things we want you to know that we don’t always know how to tell you.

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10 Very Costly Typos

Typos can be embarrassing. They can also be costly. And not just for those individuals whose jobs depend on knowing the difference between “it’s” and “its” or where a comma is most appropriate. Last weekend, bauble-loving Texans got the deal of a lifetime when a misprint in a Macy’s mailer advertised a $1500 necklace for just $47. (It should have read $497.) It didn’t take long for the entire inventory to be zapped, at a loss of $450 a pop to the retail giant.

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