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3 Electric Vehicles You Can Own for Less Than $10,000

You need an extra car, maybe for a teenager or a spouse returning to work, or an elderly parent who lives at home. This car won’t go on long trips and you don’t want to pay a lot, but you also don’t want a hooptie headache with a bad transmission or a blown head gasket. Your answer may be a used electric vehicle. Thanks to government regulation that forces automakers to dump electric cars on the market, there are some, er, shockingly good deals out there on used electric vehicles. If you wouldn’t mind paying $7000 for a mint 2012-model four-door hatchback showing just 3200 miles, read on.

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10 least plausible movie stunts

Complaining about implausibility in Hollywood can be something of a forlorn exercise. What did you expect, reality? Boring. However, some stunts are so far beyond the pale that we feel duty bound to mock their ridiculousness. Believe us, we are quite happy to suspend disbelief. We do it daily. But when it comes to these shockers, our suspension just gone done and snapped.

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America’s 35 Best Hot Dogs

The hot dog is one of the few foods that’s nearly impossible to screw up. You heat it through, tuck it into a bun, squirt on some mustard, and call it lunch. But there’s a big difference between not screwing something up and turning it into a paradigm-shifting, transcendental dining experience. And there are lots of hot dog stands, restaurants, and drive-ins out there that have the power to change your life. The perennial grill mate to hamburgers, the hot dog sometimes gets the short end of the stick, charring at the back of the grill while juicy burgers are snatched up as soon as they hit the right temperature. But there’s a science, if not an art form, behind constructing the perfect hot-dog-eating experience.

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50 Meals to Eat in 50 States Before the Apocalypse

Face it, we're all toast in this life, and since our days are numbered, we compiled a map of essential last suppers in each state. Which, if millions of fish carcasses washing ashore and multiple species of birds falling from the sky recently are any indication, may be sooner rather than later? (This map of mass animal deaths ought to let you know how close you are to the apocalypse.) Lucky for you, we're not much for conspiracy theories, so if we're not in any immediate danger (and depending on how savvy a diner you are) you might just be able to check a few of these off your list before you croak. These are the singled out destinations to check out all over the country... just in case.

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7 Things Your Hands Say About Your Health

hey're one of the most important parts of our body when it comes to day-to-day activities; without them we couldn't cut vegetables, grip pliers, or text our friends. They're revealing, too: Not only do scars and age spots recount our personal history but mystics all the way back to prehistory have "read" our futures in their lines and whorls. But what if your hands could say more about you than that? What if, looking down at your palms and the five digits attached to them, you could discover early signs of conditions or diseases you weren't aware of yet? "It used to be common for doctors to look at the hands for important clues to overall health," says endocrinologist Kenneth Blanchard of Newton, Massachusetts. "We need to get back to that, because hands can tell you a great deal about circulation, hormones, and thyroid function."

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10 Must-Have Firefox Extensions

Using browser extensions is a lot like tricking out your car with a new air spoiler, tinted windows, chrome rims, and big flame decals. Too much junk, and you bog down your ride and look silly. With thousands of Firefox extensions to choose from, the main challenge is finding the right ones--and avoiding the lame ones. I've rounded up ten of the most useful Firefox add-ons, all of which strike the right balance by increasing performance and saving time. I'll let you worry about whether you should add racing stripes to your Toyota Camry.

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5 Financial Mistakes We Make When Blinded By Love

There are two big calendar dates in the offing for many consumers: Valentine's Day and Tax Day. So it would only make sense to look at those stupid financial mistakes we make in the name of love. We've already discussed the number of people who've committed financial infidelity, along with ways to come clean before you're caught cheating. Now, over at, they've compiled a list of the five biggest miscues that people in relationships make in the name of love.

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28 Rules for Fathers of Sons

Every once in a while I come across a real gem on someone else’s blog that I fall in love with. Yesterday I somehow wandered onto a blog called Diapers & Daisies to a post written back in May called 28 Rules for Fathers of Sons. And while there are a couple things I’d maybe add to some of these, I couldn’t help but think her post was fantastic.

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5 Halloween Crafts So Easy It’s Spooky!

Whether you’re hosting a haunted Halloween party or looking to spook-ify your front porch for trick-or-treaters, there’s one item that can help you do it all: the classic Ball brand mason jar. This Halloween, skip that trip (or four) to the party store and create your own ghoulish Halloween décor with minimal supplies. You can make and reuse these Halloween crafts annually, bring the Halloween crafts into the office to decorate your desk or even fill the jars with candy and give out to guests at a party.

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8 Ways to Embrace Your Green Goddess

Women hold $5 trillion in purchasing power each year and make most of the financial decisions regarding the home, from the purchase to remodeling projects. When it comes to being green at home, female homeowners say they want eco-friendly features that: - make sense for their lives - reinforce their feelings as chic, smart buyers - are easy to do - save them money - improve their families' quality of life - minimize their impact on the Earth During a panel at the International Builders Show in Las Vegas, Celia Canfield of West Coast Green, Linda Hebert of Diversified Marketing & Communications, Sara Lamia of Building Coach and Michelle Roberts of Chatham Hill Res. Design & Build, shared these eight ideas for embracing your domestic green goddess.

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9 Ways to Take in the World’s Most Beautiful Vistas

Ask fellow travelers what the best view in the world is and you’ll not only be met with myriad answers and enthusiastic responses, but you’ll also create a heated debate with no objective way of being settled. But this is precisely why this topic, irresolvable as it is, pushes travelers to scour the world for that perfect panorama which will send them into a camera-clicking frenzy, make them emit lengthy ‘ooohs’ and ‘aaahs’, trigger epiphanies and occasionally make them part with a considerable sum of money. While the quest for the most spectacular view is still entirely in your hands, we’d like to make your search a little bit easier by suggesting nine ways you can search for, and hopefully find, some of the world’s most awe-inspiring views.

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10 Classic Cars for Under $5,000

The collector car market may have driven the price of vintage muscle cars into the stratosphere, but there are still awesome classics out there for the budget collector. Here are Jalopnik readers' top ten classic cars for under $5,000. A quick eBay search reveals 41 Datsun Z-series cars for sale, with 24 of them landing at or below our $5000 limit. Surely there's one in there that's not a total basket case. Either way, for under five grand, there's got to be at least one for you. The Z is often a blank canvas, ready to be transformed in one way or another.

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