Month: August 2017

What Are Some Hallmarks of a Truly Educated Person?

What Are Some Hallmarks of a Truly Educated Person?

You can easily tell if someone is educated or not. Here are some of the hallmarks in my book. Educated people will listen more and talk less. When you ask them for an advice, they will ask lots of questions first to really understand the situation. Educated people care less about the materialistic things (cars, Read More

Rent in Pennsylvania is Too High; This is How to Get Cheaper Rent – Local Records Office

Rent in Pennsylvania is Too High; This is How to Get Cheaper Rent – Local Records Office

Harrisburg, PA – In order for us to have shelter we either have to pay rent or a mortgage. We all want a good deal on our rent but at the same time we don’t want to live in the worst part of the city says, the Local Records Office. While many people fear negotiating with Read More

3 Tips To Parenting A Child With ADHD

3 Tips To Parenting A Child With ADHD

Are you parenting a child with ADHD?  It can be stressful.  This article will explore three tips to parenting a child with ADHD.  They include: your child is so much more than ADHD, ADHD Is Complicated, in addition to we’re both trying as hard as we can. Your Child Is So Much More Than ADHD Read More

9 Movies Coming to Theaters In September We Can't Wait To See

9 Movies Coming to Theaters In September We Can’t Wait To See

Don’t forget to keep visiting us because they will all be here free for you to watch!   1. Close Encounters Of The Third Kind Opening: Friday, September 1st Science fiction adventure about a group of people who attempt to contact alien intelligence. Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss) witnesses an unidentified flying object, and even has Read More

Trump Travel Drains Secret Service Budget

Secret Service Director Randolph “Tex” Alles said some 1,100 agents will hit their overtime allowance caps for the year. Under Mr Trump, 42 people receive protection, an increase from 31 people during the Obama administration. The Secret Service said it struggled with a “similar situation” last year. Among those currently protected are 18 members of Read More

A Letter To The Google Employee Who Wrote The Gender Gap Manifesto “James Damore”

For those who aren’t aware, the tech world has recently been shaken to its core. Since its inception, there’s always been a rather large gender gap in the STEM workforce – in fact, only 29% of all STEM workers are women. Within that 29%, there are hardly any racial minorities represented (African-American, Hispanic, Native American, Read More

For Being a Pretty Girl, You’re “Asking To Get Raped”

“Who would want to rape me?” she says as her father worries about sexual predators. “No one rapes ugly girls.” the young boy declares with a laugh full of scorn as if she should feel safe, even insulted, that someone wouldn’t want to violate her body. It seems that our society perpetuates this twisted idea that Read More

NASA Studies Tethered CubeSat Mission to Study Lunar Swirls

A novel mission concept involving two CubeSats connected by a thin, miles-long tether could help scientists understand how the Moon got its mysterious “tattoos” — swirling patterns of light and dark found at more than 100 locations across the lunar surface. NASA’s Planetary Science Deep Space SmallSat Studies, or PSDS3, program recently selected a team at the Read More

iPhone 8 is Around the Corner

Apple’s HomePod firmware is the gift that keeps on giving. When the company shared an early build of the speaker firmware, many developers started digging around the strings in a library file to find hints about the next iPhone. And iHelp BR spotted an interesting reference to the facial recognition feature. A previous leak from the HomePod firmware revealed that the Read More

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