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The Return of Hoodie Melo (EVRD Original)

The Return of Hoodie Melo (EVRD Original)

The Return of Hoodie Melo In the Summer of 2018, Carmelo Anthony signed with Houston Rockets. At the time of the deal many believed that he would be the missing piece to the puzzle for Houston to finally overtake the Warriors in the West. During early November the Melo walks off the court in a 98-80 loss to the Thunder where he shot 1-11 from the field. After that game Rockets GM, Daryl Morey, decided that Houston had a problem named Carmelo Anthony. After only a day 10 game stint, Melo was released from the team. This came as quite...

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The Misplaced Feminism of Ms. Monopoly

The Misplaced Feminism of Ms. Monopoly

The Misplaced Feminism of Ms. Monopoly In 1906, Lizzie Magie, a feminist writer, activist, and game designer, who was then forty years old, placed an ad for herself as a “young woman American slave.” She was, she wrote, “intelligent, educated, refined; true; honest, just, poetical, philosophical; broad-minded and big-souled, and womanly above all things.” A petite brunette with “gray-green eyes” she was, in her own description, “not beautiful, but very attractive, features full of character and strength, yet truly feminine.” The stunt, which was meant to raise awareness about women’s inequality, including Magie’s own weekly pay as a stenographer, made...

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Stan Lee's GREEN LANTERN Returns To DC's Universe

Stan Lee's GREEN LANTERN Returns To DC's Universe

Stan Lee's GREEN LANTERN Returns To DC's Universe Fans of DC Comics didn't know what to expect when Stan Lee's Just Imaginewas announced, a special line of comics giving the Marvel legend the chance to put his spin on the Justice League heroes. But even fewer expected Stan Lee's Green Lantern to return in Hal Jordan's latest adventure! While several heroes received a re-imagining courtesy of Stan Lee, it was Green Lantern that asked fans: what if Indiana Jones became a mystical Swamp Thing? The answer is the archaeologist Len Lewis, who ends up shot and left for dead near...

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4 Surprising Life Lessons From the Last Surviving Blockbuster Video Store

4 Surprising Life Lessons From the Last Surviving Blockbuster Video Store

4 Surprising Life Lessons From the Last Surviving Blockbuster Video Store Once upon a time, not so long ago, magical establishments called video stores could be found throughout the land. Instead of picking movies to watch at home by scrolling through streaming services while sitting on your couch, you would go to a brick-and-mortar building where you’d wander the aisles in search of the perfect film — and then hope it was in stock. Though there were other chains, as well as local stores, the iconic yellow and blue Blockbuster stores were the most popular. But all good things must...

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Construction underway for MLB game at Field of Dreams

Construction underway for MLB game at Field of Dreams

Construction underway for MLB game at Field of DreamsConstruction on the Major League Baseball field at the Field of Dreams site in Dyersville is underway.  The Yankees and White Sox will play a regular-season game at the iconic movie site in August 2020. The 8,000-seat ballpark is being constructed just to the left of the diamond from the movie. On Monday, people visiting the field were also trying to sneak peeks at the construction. LuAnn and Tom Snyder were there with their grandchildren, Job and Noah Shook and Kathryn and Elizabeth Snyder. They came because of the MLB announcement. "It's...

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The Most Intriguing Casting 'What-Ifs' in Hollywood 🔗

The Most Intriguing Casting 'What-Ifs' in Hollywood 🔗

The Most Intriguing Casting 'What-Ifs' in Hollywood The casting process isn't always as cut and dry as it may seem. Sometimes a role gets passed around and passed on before landing in hands of the person we end up seeing on the big screen. In the more interesting cases, if casting went according to plan, both the films and the acting careers involved may have turned out wildly different. Here are some intriguing Hollywood hypotheticals (and some gloriously amateur photoshopping).

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19 Just Really Really Cool Inventions 🔗

19 Just Really Really Cool Inventions 🔗

19 Just Really Really Cool Inventions  Some people come up with really amazing inventions which change the world and the way we do things.  The following inventions, however, aren’t any of those, they’re just really really cool.

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TO THE GIANT AMONG US (1981) 🔗

TO THE GIANT AMONG US (1981) 🔗

TO THE GIANT AMONG US This is an article from Sports Illustrated released 12/21/1981 That's no small beer on the right, it's a normal 12-ounce can in the hand of a 7'4", 500-pound wrestler Andre the Giant. The glass in the prodigious paw of the author, a former superheavyweight powerlifting champion, who describes what life is like for a man has made the most of being the biggest.   Once upon a time, in a farmhouse in France, a baby boy was born. "Such hands," his father said. "Perhaps he will be a man to match my father."

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The Best Mystery Subscription Boxes 🔗

The Best Mystery Subscription Boxes 🔗

The Best Mystery Subscription Boxes If you're a fan of mystery or suspense novels, you can step into one and become a detective yourself with one of these mystery subscription boxes. Here, you'll find a series of mystery subscriptions that revolve around crimes or adventures that are up to you to solve. Perfect for game night or for those looking to keep their skills sharp, each of these mystery bundles keeps the fun coming all year long.  Whether you're up for unlocking mysteries revolving around actual historical events or want to try your hand at catching a serial killer, one of these...

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These 30 Dazzling Paintings Come To Life When You Turn Off The Lights 🔗

These 30 Dazzling Paintings Come To Life When You Turn Off The Lights 🔗

These 30 Dazzling Paintings Come To Life When You Turn Off The Lights "Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that." Self-taught Italian artist Cristoforo Scorpiniti aka Crisco Art has been creating glow-in-the-dark paintings for a few years now. But his pieces aren't just pictures visible throughout the whole day. They tell two stories: one when the lights are on and another complimentary one when they're off.

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