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A Libratone Bluetooth speaker, a OnePlus 7T smartphone, an Anker Roav Viva dual port car charger, a Mandalorian Baby Yoda Funko Pop set, a Switch Lite case, a succulent 12-pack, and a pair of Eufy 2K indoor security cams lead Thursday’s best deals. Read more...

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As long as macOS lets you install an app, it should be safe, right? That’s the point of Apple’s Gatekeeper and notary service, which it began to enforce in macOS Catalina back in February. In theory, it means that any app you install on your Mac should have “been checked by Apple for malicious components.” But you…Read more...

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I have not hosted, entertained, or partied for about six months, and I would be lying if I said it wasn’t wearing on my little extroverted heart. But the lack of other people doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy party foods—after all, I deserve to be entertained, even if I’m not doing any entertaining.Read more...

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NFL Pet Jersey, Collar, and Leash | $31 | ChewyRead more...

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When I first came across this post from the Cleveland Clinic about mask anxiety, I thought it had something to do with anxiety caused by other people refusing to wear masks. And while that is certainly something many of us have been struggling with over the past several months, the article is referring to another type…Read more...

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Yesterday, the Trump administration ordered a temporary eviction ban in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The order—which came through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—aims to stop the spread of the virus by keeping renters away from shelters or other crowded living arrangements. The order…Read more...

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Now that we’re one day removed from Nvidia’s huge announcement for desktop gamers, I trust many of you are feeling tempted to make a September splurge and upgrade your graphics card. Whether you’re going for a reasonable upgrade (the $499 RTX 3070) or the 8K, 60-frames-per-second beast (the $1,499 RTX 3090), there’s…Read more...

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From the app that brought us the “Skull Breaker Challenge,” we apparently now have the “Benadryl Challenge,” in which young people take large amounts of the drug to trip out or hallucinate. The challenge is being blamed in the death of at least one teenager and the hospitalization of others.Read more...

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It’s pretty great talking to a kid midway through their dinosaur phase. They almost definitely know more dino facts and stats than you do, but they also have a lot of unanswerable questions about what happened to the creatures before they went extinct. It makes sense: it’s kind of hard to imagine something of that…Read more...

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Maybe you have to sign up for a time slot at your gym, when you used to be able to mosey on in anytime you liked. Maybe they kick you out after an hour so they can clean. Or maybe your gym is operating as usual, but you’d rather limit the amount of time you spend with strangers who are breathing heavily. How do you…Read more...

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Ever since Marvel’s Avengers was revealed to be an endless online game, a la Destiny, prospective players have wondered about potential microtransactions, and just how bad they are. To just be out with it: Yes, there are microtransactions in Marvel’s Avengers. No, you can’t pay your way to a superpowered character…Read more...

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If you don’t regularly drive and park in a dense urban area, parallel parking might fill you with anxiety. Certainly it can be a a challenge for even the most seasoned drivers if they’re used to parking in driveways and parking lots—and while many cars now come equipped with automatic parking systems, it’s really a…Read more...

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There are two absolute certainties in my life: I’ll never be able to insert a USB correctly on the first try, and I’ll always have to rotate my fitted sheet at least once before I manage to affix it to all four corners of my mattress. But I’ve recently come up with a solution to this problem, inspired by bedding…Read more...

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20% off Art of Sport Trial Kit (5-Piece) | Clip Coupon on PageRead more...

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The passing of Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman due to colon cancer is tragic. He was young, he was successful, and he carried the weight of his devastating diagnosis quietly and privately. He is also not alone. “Colon cancer is one of the most common cancers in the United States,” says Dr. Mazen Alastie,…Read more...

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As you probably know, wonton wrappers are thin, delicate sheets of flour, water, and egg used to make top tier foods such as fried wontons, wonton soup, and crab rangoon (just to name a few icons). But the little squares can just as easily be dropped into simmering soups, sauces, or plain ol’ water to make piles of…Read more...

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Attention fans of free food, specifically food from Wendy’s, specifically chicken nuggets: There is a particularly good deal involving their popular fried and breaded chicken chunks this month. Not convinced? The offer involves 10 free savory nuggets. Here’s what you need to know.Read more...

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Yesterday, Walmart announced a new service to compete with Amazon Prime. The membership program, Walmart+, will be available to all customers on September 15. Here is everything we know about the service so far.Read more...

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In the latest round of What the hell has happened to humanity?, there are now parents on TikTok who are showing their kids pictures of disabled people or people with diseases that affect their physical appearance. And then they are pretending these strangers are their kids’ new teachers. Because, apparently, if a…Read more...

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I’m not going to begrudge anyone for using the modem and router that their ISP provides them. You shouldn’t—because you’re probably paying your ISP to “rent” a device that isn’t very good—but not everyone has the patience or inclination to understand the nuances of wireless networking, or even their monthly bill.Read more...

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Haters (people from New England) have said that grits are too “mushy,” but mush can be a glorious thing. Sometimes you don’t need texture or contrast; sometimes you just need something that’s warm, delicious, and scoopable. Sometimes (mornings), you don’t want to chew that hard. Read more...

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Intel Core i9 9900K + Marvel’s Avengers | $370 | Newegg | Use code GAMERDAYS49Read more...

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Parents are shouldering extra responsibilities again this fall, with many school-aged students on a partial or fully remote schedule. Whether you’re relearning eighth-grade history to help your child or need some extra help with your college-level calculous, there are lots of apps and websites that will give you an…Read more...

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Apple rolled out iOS 13.7 today. Update your device, and you’ll now be able to see if your state supports the COVID-19 Exposure Notifications Express system. More importantly, you’ll be able to opt-in to receiving these alerts without having to find and set up a standalone app. (Nobody likes app sprawl.)Read more...

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No matter how fast medicine moves us towards treatments, preventive medicine will always be the most effective and cheapest way to keep healthy. In this post, we’ll run down some common women’s health screening tests, when you should get them, and what you’re in for when you walk in. (If you’re looking for the same…Read more...

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