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North Korean Salmon Famine

Money-conscious shoppers have long touted the benefits of shopping at ALDI, the multinational German supermarket chain that touts a wide variety of food from all over the world, and offers a large selection of free-range and organic products at a...

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October Hangover

October has come and gone, or, as the Facebook community has dubbed it in recent years, “The month of Halloween.” We’re so happy it’s over because there’s virtually no escaping photographs of people flailing in leaves, doing lines of...

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The Netflix Itch

On October fifth, Netflix announced that it upped the price of its mid-level plan to $10.99 per month, and its premium plan to a whopping $13.99. And when the increase took effect on October nineteenth, Facebook users had swift and scathing...

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Twitter’s Verbosity Grandiosity

When Twitter announced their plan to up their character count on Tweets from 140 to a whopping 280, users of the social media site were overwhelmingly – and vehemently – against it. “If I can’t say what I need to say in 140 characters, I don’t...

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Town Still Depressed Shania Twain Centre Closed

On February 1st, 2013, the town of Timmins, Ontario, Canada, officially closed it’s doors to the Shania Twain Centre. It was the biggest tourist attraction this mining town had ever seen, which exhibited memorabilia, awards, and other...

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