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The 20 Richest Rappers Alive Today

One of my new favourite websites has to be Celebrity Networth. They’ve dedicated hours of time into figuring out how much not only celebrities make, but also other types of artists and a lot of historical figures. I’m going to be featuring a few of their lists here at LDU over the coming weeks starting with this list of the richest rappers alive, because it was the reason I found their site in the first place. You’ll notice there are actually 22 rappers on this list due to a few ties, but I don’t mind that at all because it allowed Ricky Rauce to make the list at #20. I’d also like to bring attention to the fact that a lot of the higher ranked rappers don’t rap about money nearly as much as some of the ones that are ranked lower down on the list, as one might imagine they’re too busy actually making money.

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The 10 People You'll Stand In Line With For The iPhone 5

Pre-orders are through the roof for Apple's new iPhone 5, which went on sale September 21st. Planning on trying to get one the first day? Here's who you'd be waiting in line with outside the Apple Store.

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14 Most Offensive Video Games Ever

As a guy who is almost impossible to offend, writing up a list of the 10 most offensive games I could think of was a bit of a challenge. None of these particularly offended me due to to their content, but the fact that a few of them even exist at all kind of makes me want to plumb the depths of the human psyche. These games range from the unnecessarily gory, to those which offend for the sake of being offensive. It’s bad enough that they manage to stir up the press into covering games as if every game were like this—they’re also not very fun to play. Think about it; what kind of broken mind would think that putting money into producing some of these things was a GOOD IDEA, and just how great these troubled individuals must be at bullshitting management to secure funding in the first place?

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24 Must-have Gadgets For The Laziest People On Earth

Do you find yourself complaining when eating spaghetti that it's too much trouble to be asked to twirl your fork around? Perhaps you dread the idea of cutting up a banana into cereal-friendly pieces on your own? Don't worry. It turns out the world's inventors have gone to great lengths to make sure the world's lazy don't need to lift a finger to do even the most routine tasks. Inspired by peeled, re-packaged bananas spotted on sale at a supermarket recently, we went in search of 25 of these inventors' finest ideas.

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The 10 Worst Playground Fails Of All Time

Playgrounds are supposed to a be fun, safe environment for kids to frolic around in, so we were pretty alarmed when we saw these ridiculous playgrounds ranging from unintentionally sexual to downright dangerous. When it comes to serious "fails" they don't get much worse than these playgrounds, slides, and inflatables.

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Big Bird Is 8 Feet Tall: 43 Sesame Street Facts for Its 43rd Season

Sesame Street kicked off its 43rd season yesterday. We're big fans of the Street, and to prove it, here are some of our favorite Sesame facts from previous stories and our Amazing Fact Generator.

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7 Incredible Personal Stories About Mitt Romney That You May Not Know

Over the last few months, it has been absolutely stunning to see Mitt Romney, of all people, portrayed as some sort of greedy, ruthless, unfeeling corporate raider who plows over everyone who gets in his way so he can make a few dollars more. Of all the criticisms you could aim at Mitt Romney, there is none that has less validity than that one. In fact, the vast majority of people who read this column -- whether they're liberal, conservative, or moderate -- probably don't personally know a single person who has proven to be more generous and compassionate than Mitt Romney. Yes, really. It's okay if you're skeptical -- but, you won't be after you finish reading this column.

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10 Tips for Keeping a House Clean Despite ADHD

Books and websites offer a lot of advice on how you should clean, but only you know what’s most useful in your home. Sit down and make a list of the things that need to be clean in order to keep your family safe and everybody happy. You may find that nobody cares how clean the windows are, but everyone suffers when there are no clean dishes. Each home and family have different needs and different levels of comfort with household chaos.

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10 Questionable Household Tips from the 19th-Century White House Staff

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is a big place, and understandably the upkeep is a little more complicated than that of any typical suburban home. That’s why Fanny Lemira Gillette, famed housekeeping guru and mother of the inventor of the safety razor, and Hugo Ziemann, the White House steward, teamed up in 1887 to write The White House Cook Book, a “comprehensive cyclopedia of information for the home” and one of the best-selling cookbooks in U.S. history. Aside from useful recipes for Chicken Jelly and Mayonnaise Fish, Gillette and Ziemann’s book is full of expert housekeeping tips.

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