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10 Great Thanksgiving Quotes

Thanksgiving is fast approaching. Here are some of the 10 Best Thanksgiving Quotes to feed your mind and whet your appetite (while you're waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven)! "Thanksgiving is the holiday of peace, the celebration of work and the simple life...a true folk-festival that speaks the poetry of the turn of the seasons, the beauty of seedtime and harvest, the ripe product of the year - and the deep, deep connection of all these things with God." - Ray Stannard Baker (David Grayson)

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10 Weird Pregnancy Facts No One Tells You About

Whether you're a woman who hasn't yet been pregnant or a man who wants to better understand what an expectant mother really goes through, these 10 things that occur while a woman is pregnant are all strange and often disturbing. These are the weird things that happen during pregnancy that people probably won't tell you about.

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The 141 Best Communities For Bicycling

Congratulations, Boulder, Davis and Portland. You top the list of the nation’s most bike-friendly cities. So say the folks at the League of American Bicyclists, which has announced the 2010 Bicycle Friendly Community Awards. It’s the most comprehensive list of its kind and one cities often use to see how they stack up against each other. When compiling the list, the League considers things like bike lanes and other infrastructure, community outreach and whether cities have a dedicated bicycle program. Sixteen of the 141 cities are making their first appearance on the list (.pdf), and most of the n00bs are east of the Mississippi. As you might expect, perennial bicycle havens Boulder, Colorado; Davis, California; and Portland, Oregon; led the list with platinum awards. But the list included cities nationwide, from Anchorage, Alaska to Gainesville, Florida.

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15 Companies That Will Help Pay Your College Tuition

Starbucks announced late Sunday that it will provide free online education to thousands of its employees, including both full- and part-time workers. While the retail giant's College Achievement Plan is certainly remarkable, Starbucks isn't the only company that offers great tuition assistance. We compiled a list of companies that offer some of the most generous tuition reimbursement plans to their employees.

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10 Celebrity Writers Actually Worth Reading

Celebrities love to multitask and push the envelope beyond their regular day jobs. Movie stars try out singing careers, models become actresses, and all kinds of celebrities seem to want to try their hand at writing books. And while most celebrity-written books just aren’t worth the time, these authors have successfully made the transition from acting, hosting, and directing to writing as well. Here are 10 celebrity writers actually worth your time away from studying.

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10 Doctors Who Shamed Their Profession

If you think about it, the comparison of doctors to mechanics is pretty apt. Given the specialized nature of their work and the general helplessness of most patients, doctors, like mechanics, are rarely held accountable for their actions. Sure, for the most part, doctors have your best interest at heart, but like in any profession, there are both good and bad apples. According to the National Patient Safety Foundation, 42 percent of people believed they had personally experienced a medical mistake. Additionally, numerous statistics have shown that a staggering amount of people die each year due to medical error. The following doctors made such blatant mistakes and/or lapses in judgment that they, at the very least, have a reputation that garnered them recognition on this list.

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The 20-Something Myths That Stall Your Career and How to Fix Them

Clinical psychologist Dr. Meg Jay doesn't subscribe to the theory that your 20s are a throwaway time to just have fun and decide what you want to be when you grow up. While popular media often depicts 20-somethings as aimless wanderers lounging in extended adolescence, the truth, according to Jay, is that your 20s are your defining decade. In fact, that's the title of her new book,"The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter—and How to Make the Most of Them Now" and the inspiration for her TED talk, which proclaim that 30 is not the new 20, stressing the importance of that crucial time period post-college, especially when it comes to your career.

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Verizon's Droid X: 12 Apps to Get You Started

Android's default music player gets the job done, but an app called DoubleTwist makes managing your music even easier. The DoubleTwist Android app works seamlessly with DoubleTwist's desktop program for headache-free music synching. It's kind of like a less bloated and more pleasant version of iTunes. Both the DoubleTwist Android app and the DoubleTwist desktop program are free downloads. (Whether you use DoubleTwist or not, don't forget that you can load music onto your Droid X any way you want, including dragging and dropping files directly from your PC as if the phone were a flash drive.

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What Do Olympians Eat? 5 Crazy Training Diets

Back in 2008, during the Beijing Olympics, we were regaled with stories about the monstrous 12,000 calorie daily diet that American swimming sensation Michael Phelps consumed while gearing up for the Games. Alas, Phelps revealed last month his diet has never been that gargantuan. “I never ate that much,” he said. “It’s all a myth. I’ve never eaten that many calories.” Although what the Olympic gold record-holder actually eats might remain a mystery, athletes around the world are trying out different meal plans that they believe will help propel them to competitive stardom this summer in London. Here’s a look at five of the strangest (and in some cases, frightening) diets.

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The 6 Most Amazing Jellyfish in the Sea

Jellyfish, or jellies to give them their scientific name, have enchanted humanity since we first laid eyes on them. Unsubstantial and wispy, they float around our oceans almost without thought or effort, their tendrils carelessly drifting behind them as they go. Jellies have existed in one form or another for about 700 million years (25% of the Earths existence), in that time they have evolved some rather amazing attributes.

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Top 10 Things You Didn't Know Google Maps Could Do

There's more to Google Maps than a place you double-check your directions. Google's data-stuffed site offers a lot of helpful tools for vacationers, spreadsheet nerds, bikers, and others. Today we're digging into Google's data-rich geo-tool and pulling out some helpful lesser-known features.

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10 Health Myths That Just Won't Die, Debunked by Science

Everything makes you fat! Gluten-free food is the key to eternal youth! You need to poop ten times a day or you’ll die! You’ll find tons of equally ridiculous health claims around the internet, and you’ll actually believe some of them. Today we’re taking a look at 10 common myths and uncovering the truth. While we’ve learned a lot about health issues here at Lifehacker over the years, we can’t claim expertise on any particular subject. To help us get to the root of these myths, we solicited the help of three experts: Dr. Carly Stewart (medical expert at Money Crashers), Andy Bellatti (Las Vegas-based registered dietitian), and Dr. Spencer Nadolsky (medical editor at They all offer a unique perspective on each myth but mostly came to the same conclusions: we have a lot of silly misinformation out there about our health.

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