Having to spend long hours in an airport without internet access is one of the worst travelling experiences. Luckily, one clever guy came up with a solution to this problem. Computer security engineer and travel blogger Anil Polat launched an interactive map which offers its users WI-FI passwords of networks in airports all over the… Read More


Sneaky B*Stards. My ex-husband was abusive: physically, sexually, and most of all emotionally. (Whoever came up with the expression “sticks and stones can break my bones but words will never hurt me” obviously lacked any ability to harbor feelings.) In short: my ex was an emotional psychopath — a complete sociopath. When we split after… Read More


The Minds Journal To be intuitive is to be self-aware. To be self-aware is to be able to grasp the immaterial parts of yourself that exist within the physical doing and being. The benefits to this kind of understanding are obviously endless, but seldom discussed are all the challenges that come with being very attuned… Read More


There’s definitely no such thing as a divide between the police and their communities, and anyone who says otherwise just doesn’t care about our men in uniform… That’s sarcasm if you couldn’t tell, because at this point there’s no one that can deny the massive amount of video evidence proving the corruption in multiple departments… Read More

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Camper transformations are indeed cool! Usually these are performed by highly skilled craftsmen or craftswomen. Rarely do you see a spectacular transformation performed by a 14-year-old! But such is the case with Ellie Yeater as she created an adorable camper using her own money. She bought an old 1974 camper in need of major repair.… Read More

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Drifting off into la-la land isn’t always peaceful. If you have ever experienced (or witnessed) a hypnagogic jerk, you know they can be a bit startling. Fortunately, they are also completely normal, according to Mental Health Daily. Scientists estimate that between 50 percent to 70 percent of all people have them, though most people don’t remember… Read More