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A MILLENNIAL'S GUIDE TO CORD-CUTTING: How to ditch your $100 monthly cable bill forever and still watch everything you want
The last time I actually had cable was when I lived in a dorm at college in 2011. But I still watch everything you watch, when you watch it. I just don't pay the $100 monthly cable bill. I don't pay for
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"It started with little things—having trouble making eye contact," he told me. Soon it got worse. Redding, a 28-year-old salesman in Seattle, found himself freaking out during normal, everyday conversations.
Like many insomniacs, Crystal Blount tried sleeping pills. They put her to sleep, she says, but left her feeling groggy the next day. So she went back to tossing and turning, spending eight hours in bed
Uber now spends more on lobbyists in California than Wal-Mart, Bank of America or Wells Fargo. And for good reason: The 6-year-old ride-hailing company needs powerful friends as it faces two serious regulatory