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Ancient Giants of the New World

According to Paiute Indian oral legends, a tribe called the Si-Te-Cah were a native American race of tall red-haired giants that once occupied the …

Portable Pies are the Best Pies

Ever been tempted to eat an entire pie by yourself? Now you can! Enter the blueberry hand pie.<p>There is no greater joy than holding an entire pie in your hands and then eating the entire thing. Of course, this sort of irresponsible behavior is also rather conducive to bellyaches. So how is one …

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Animated GIFiti

Fine artist and designer <b>INSA</b> is back and creating more animated “GIF-iti” art installations across the globe. The street art is hand painted and …

9 Ways The American Home Has Changed Since The 1970s

The U.S. Census Bureau provides information on different characteristics of newly built houses from the 1970s to 2012. We looked at how those characteristics have changed over the last few decades.<p>Houses are getting taller, with an increasing share of new houses having at least two stories. …

Amazon's Warehouse Expansion Goes Unabated As A Means To Unchallenged Dominance

If you build it, they will (continue to) come. That’s what Amazon’s betting.<p>Amid the encroachment of competitors from eBay to Walmart, Amazon is forging ahead with the rollout of distribution centers to tighten its grip on consumers as the nation’s e-commerce leader — and the fastest product …

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26 Sexist Ads Of The 'Mad Men' Era That Companies Wish We'd Forget

The rampant sexism in "Mad Men" was typical of the 1960s, when the outlook for women in America was just beginning to change. While the "second wave" of feminism began in the '60s, mainstream America was still very much a "man's world."<p>That attitude carried over into advertising, which did little …

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