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4 More Insane School Over Reactions to Guns

Gun violence in America continues to be a hot topic, and schools are the front line of the stand against firearms. Unfortunately, misguided administrations are going berserk and threatening their students with harsh punishments for a variety of "offenses" that involve things that vaguely relate to guns.

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20 Best Bruce Springsteen Songs

Bruce "The Boss" Frederick Joseph Springsteen is an American singer and songwriter born on September 23, 1949 in Long Branch, New Jersey. Springsteen was born to Douglas Frederick Springsteen, a bus driver of Irish and Dutch ancestry, and Adele Ann Serilli, a legal secretary of Italian descent. Springsteen has two sisters, older sister Virginia, and younger sister, Pamela. Raised as a Catholic, Springsteen attended the St. Rose of Lima Catholic School in Freehold Borough. As a child at the age of seven, Springsteen was inspired to embark on a musical career following Elvis Presley's Ed Sullivan Show appearance. At the age of 13, Springsteen purchased his first guitar for a mere $18 dollars and three years later, convinced his mother to finance a loan for a $60 dollar Kent guitar.

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The 50 Hottest Stars over 50

Over-50 is the new under-40. Demi is a perfect example of someone in Hollywood who is clearly aging backwards. Check out which other stars will soon be paying senior citizen prices at the movies. Here are our picks for the sexiest AARP members.

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9 Reasons To Reject Vegetarianism

Let’s be honest: eating meat is an objectively bad idea. It’s expensive, has been linked to cancer and causes devastating crises in the developing world. Yet, for all the rational arguments against it, some of us just can’t give our carnivorous habits up. Show us a cross-section of our disease-ridden gut and we’ll show you a juicy steak just begging to be eaten. Show us a slaughterhouse and we’ll ask for a knife and fork. It may sound callous, but we’ll only give up our bacon when you pry it from our cold, dead hands—and here’s why.

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10 Foods That Cause Bloating

The next, it’s too swollen to squeeze into your jeans, and you’re burpy and gassy to boot. If bloating sounds like the opposite of fun, well, an army of voices have already made that case. But the good news is we can often take steps to prevent it. Indeed, what we eat and drink plays a direct role in bloating. Experts recommend avoiding these dietary choices.

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5 Surprising Home Buyer Turn-Offs

The prospect of selling your home effectively makes you a marketer. And effective marketing requires that you understand the mind and priorities, likes and dislikes of your target buyer. In real estate, we all know that buyers like to see homes that are pristine, huge and well-located. Sometimes, though, it’s much harder to recognize when our own homes might actually be triggering buyers’ distaste - or disgust.

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Top 10 Places To See Before You Die

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do,” once mused Mark Twain. “So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. There’s an entire awe-inspiring world out there to see and experience. Rather than stay home and dream of what might have been, unearth that passport and get going. To get you started in the right direction, we’ve whittled down a “bucket list” of ten of the world’s most magnificent wonders.

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The 10 Best Low-Budget Films of All Time

Success is relative in Hollywood. Some movies tank at the box office but cost so little to make that the studio still comes out ahead (especially when they use creative accounting), while others have to earn back their huge budgets just to break even. But the films here aren't just low-budget compared with what they earned; they're cheap, period. For instance, Juno gets cited as a low-budget movie because it grossed $230 million worldwide on a budget of $6.5 million, but the most expensive film on this list cost less than 5 percent of what it took to make Juno. That's real low-budget filmmaking. When all is said and done, it's still possible to make a good movie for a lot less than you might think. These films — with release dates and approximate budgets listed next to the titles — are testament to that.

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10 World Leaders In Things You Wouldn’t Want To Lead In

We’ve talked a bit before about some things, some great and some dubious, that the United States doesn’t lead the world in. That got us thinking about who the world leaders must be in the things that nobody would ever want to claim. Some of the things we found were surprising, some were sadly not, and some will outright shock you. And yes, Americans, we make more than one appearance.

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14 Future Stars Who Appeared on Buffy the Vampire Slayer

In its seven season run, the sci-fi/fantasy series Buffy the Vampire Slayer was responsible for launching the careers of a number of its stars, including Alyson Hannigan, Nicholas Brendan, Charisma Carpenter, David Boreanaz, and Julie Benz, among others. A number of future famous faces stopped by the Hellmouth, too.

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Trouble Brewing: 12 De-alcoholized Abandoned Breweries

The spice must flow but the beer? Not always, and last call for breweries large or small is only a question of timing. These dozen decrepit, decommissioned and de-alcoholized breweries are the drunk dry victims of changing times, changing tastes and changing fortunes. The Pabst Brewing Company opened their first brewery in 1844 and they would continue to brew beer in Milwaukee for the next 152 years. All that ended in 1996 when Pabst contracted out production to rival brewer Stroh Brewery Company in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The huge Pabst brewery complex in Milwaukee was closed and Pabst became a virtual brewer. How d’ya like that, hipsters?

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7 Landmarks Perfect for Surviving a Zombie Attack

When the zombie apocalypse comes (and it is coming), you can rejoice in the fact that the shotgun, samurai sword and survival supplies you stashed under your bed will finally be of use. After the frantic fun of the initial onslaught, where you alleviate your frustrations with some mindless mayhem, it’s time to get practical and figure out where you can weather the undead storm.

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