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While the terms “doomsday prepping” and “How to Survive a Catastrophe” might seem a little over the top to most people, it really just means being prepared for an emergency. The vast majority of people recognize that nuclear war, an asteroid cataclysm from the skies or an alien invasion, although somewhat possible, are highly unlikely and no sane person really foresees a zombie apocalypse.
Some media reports in recent years decry increasing divorce rates globally.Â If this is to be believed, then the problem is real and a solution is necessary if marriage, as an ancient-but mostly revered-institution is to survive.Â A look at the circumstances leading to divorce, many of which...
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One curious thing about Hatshepsut's reign, is how she presented herself to the public in statues. Only the smallest fraction of the Egyptian citizenry would ever had seen Hatshepsut in person. For most of them, the only real glimpse of what she looked like would come from statues of her. Curiously, she often chose to present herself in a masculine way.
Upon arriving in disease-ravaged Manhattan, setting up your Base of Operations is your first task. While there are other safe houses located throughout the city, your Base of Operations will be your primary hub for vendors and allows you to stock up on crucial ammo and consumables. Inside you will also be able to unlock missions and upgrades that will unlock skills and give some much needed buffs to your agent.
So you're thinking if you can build a gaming PC for $850? YES, you absolutely can. Follow this component-by-component guide and see how you can get a high-powered custom gaming computer while keeping your wallet happy.
As Americans, and as members of one of the world’s youngest Republics, it is always of interest to be the “first” in many things. Claims for a multitude of household items abound: America is the land of the first telephone, the first transcontinental railroad, etc.
Why burn $1500+ for a gamer's laptop when there are gaming laptops under $1000 that give a lot of power and performance for your buck? Read on, save more of your hard-earned dough, and keep the PC gamer in you happy!
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Buying gold used to be something that people laughed at, scorned at, scoffed at and even jeered at. People promoting gold were often seen in the same light as the salesmen, the politicians, the lawyers, the ambulence chasers. They were seen as "hoarders" and "scrooges". They may have been...
A Lexington, Kentucky, artist successfully managed to keep her infamous identity a secret for the 25 years she lived in the community and was known there as an artist. Shirley Ardell Mason, the artist, was perhaps better known as the iconic multiple-personality case, Sybil.
In this guide I detail how to find every piece of equipment from every special item set in Dragon Age: Origins, including the more elusive ones, even for the more thorough players.
One of the lesser-considered outrages committed by the Nazis during World War II was the confiscation of cultural artifacts from plundering. Among these great works of stolen art were many that were stashed away and never recovered. Others were destroyed, either inadvertently or intentionally. Russia's Amber Room-literally an entire showcase space made almost entirely of amber-was one such great work that was taken and then lost by the Nazis after their failed invasion of Russia.
The language of history influences the perceptions of history's readers. The word "massacre" conjures up images of savagery, senseless slaying, murder motivated not by rational thought but by unbridled hatred. The Gnadenhutten Massacre of 1782 possessed all the nuances the word "massacre" can muster except for one: a sense of the aggressors. The murdered at Gnadenhutten were not white pioneers, they were Christianized Native Americans. And those guilty of the massacre were members of a white, Colonial militia.
Television's earliest days were filled with racial stereotypes, cruelly portrayed and appealing to the lowest common denominator of the white viewing public. These images reinforced popular prejudices of the times, but television has not been so progressive as to shy away from such racist portrayals. Even today, programs feature modern versions of negative stereotypes of ethnic groups.