Facebook and Twitter Are Old News to Young People


When it comes to their social media preferences, U.S. teens are about as loyal as Brutus was to Caesar. Back in 2013, Facebook was still their social network of choice. In 2014, Instagram took the throne for a while before being replaced by Snapchat in 2016. Now, in the spring of 2018, Snapchat is the clear number 1 for teens in the United States, with 45 percent of the 6,000 teenagers polled for PiperJaffray’s bi-annual “Taking Stock With Teens” survey naming it their favorite social platform. 26 percent of the…

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How Long Can a Person Survive Without Water?

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Imagine that the taps switched off tomorrow, the rivers and streams ran dry, and the oceans turned into dry valleys. How would you react? And more importantly, how long would you survive? There’s no reliable predictor of how fast dehydration would kill a person. Many survival blogs suggest that an average person can survive for somewhere from two days to a week without liquids, but that’s a rough estimate at best. A person’s health, the weather and the individual’s physical activity levels all help determine how long a person will last without…

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Death is not the final stop of human life!!!

Is death the last stop of human life? Is there life after death? There have been instances when people have left their physical body but their soul travelled. Some souls are said to have travelled some third world while some remained at the place of physical body. Here is an incident that will raise every hair on your body either out of surprise or out of horror. In the year 2011 in England, a person by the name Mr. A (since his name is not revealed) became unconscious while he…

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Bloody Mary – Don’t say her name three times


Hello friends, today our topic is going to be very special for those people who believe in the mystery and the ghost souls. Before we start our today’s topic, we want to give a warning to our audience that the story told in today’s topic have been obtained by doing research by internet and news articles. Our motive is not to promote any kind of superstition. Think of a few things mentioned in this topic before taking it on your own. The purpose of this legal warning was to alert…

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Why a donation of $250 from my first employee moved me to tears


In December 2015, I was racing around trying not to slip on the high-gloss floor of a Mission District tech incubator that had al­lowed me to use its gleaming contemporary space to host my very first “un-gala.” For years my nonprofit, Samasource, had thrown big, fancy black-tie parties to entertain and impress wealthy philanthropists so they would support our mission to give living-wage work to the poorest people in the world via impact sourcing — company practice of inten­tionally hiring the destitute and marginalized. But we had finally de­cided there…

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