Paul McCartney On Acid Reminds Me Of Justin Bieber

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Celebrity gossip has fueled tabloids for as long as anyone reading this has been alive, but there’s some disagreement as to who should be held responsible for negatively affecting the public. In case you haven’t heard, Justin Bieber was caught smoking marijuana and the media has been going nuts, but Paul McCartney and The Beatles […]

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2 Women Take On The Ridiculous Sex Tips Found In Mags, Then Give Their Own Version

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With all those tips in the mags promising women the best sex ever, I’m surprised we’re not all walking around with permanent smiles on our faces. The reality is, there are a lot of women who just go through the motions without experiencing real physical and emotional satisfaction. So here’s a tip for the people […]

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Hear Some Of The Ridiculous Things We Used To Do To Cure Diseases Before This Guy Invented Vaccines

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Life before modern medicine was absolutely frightful. Every once in a while, a brilliant person would come along and figure out things we totally take for granted now, like hand-washing or how some “afflictions” are “catching.” But can you imagine figuring out how to protect people against diseases before they got sick? Edward Jenner did, […]

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The Men Who Hated This Law Wore White Robes. The Folks Dismantling It Wear Black Ones.

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If you love big-time, epic democracy, you’ll dig this. This legislation was 100 years in the making, and I probably couldn’t have voted in North Carolina without it. Follow the law’s journey from Lincoln to Obama, and find out the preposterous reason why you may not see it for much longer. Read more: http://upworthy.com/pop-quiz-what-incredibly-empowering-law-is-running-on-empty

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I Never Thought I'd Want To High-Five A Teacher For Yelling At A Student, But I Was Wrong

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I know this is on the long-ish side, but I promise that there’s a really valuable message here that makes it worth watching all the way through. Jane Elliot is a teacher and diversity trainer who developed the “Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes” exercise to teach students what it feels like to be a person of color. […]

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This Lady Wants You To Know That There’s More Than One Way To Work Hard In America

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You know how car commercials are all “Look at your life! Look at your choices, American!”? I always wanna yell back: “Why do you care? You’re a car!” Well, this ad made me want to yell something different. And maybe do a little celebratory fist pump, too. Commercials gotta do their commercial thing, but if […]

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