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You can hate getting scared and still want to watch scary movies. I’m a little crying baby, but I didn’t let that stop me from enjoying The Babadook, or enjoying and then hating 10 Cloverfield Lane. My strategy for both was simple: watch on the couch with a friend, pausing a little for drinks. It worked great, I only…Read more...

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I get it, you don’t know me or value my opinion, but everyone knows and trusts Shep McAllister, and he’s stated repeatedly that getting a discounted FoodSaver will pay for itself. I’m here to reiterate that. A FoodSaver vacuum sealer will keep your food safe from freezer burn and double the shelf life of food in the…Read more...

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Some people like red, and some like white.Read more...

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The biggest shift in three decades is coming to how FICO credit scores are calculated next year.Read more...

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I develop recipes for a living, which means my stovetop is basically always a disaster. Cleaning sucks, and even though I know it creates more work in the long run, I’ll find any excuse to avoid wiping oil spatters off my stove.Read more...

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Lifehacker creative producer Heather Hass told me a story about the hermit crab her five-year-old son Theodor got for Christmas last year. His name was Crabber, and he lived for two months. But the news of the crustacean’s passing has yet to reach Theodor. “We told him Crabber was sick and needed to go to the crab…Read more...

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Every now and then, I find myself needing an Amazon add-on item, and only an add-on item, which puts me in a bit of a shopping struggle.Read more...

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Fake phone numbers are a beautiful thing, whether you make them up on the spot or give out the number to a service like the Rejection Hotline. Best of all, though, are the ones you craft yourself, like the one I gave to car dealers that fakes a full voicemail message.Read more...

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If I learned one thing from reading The Satanic Bible by Anton Szandor LaVey, it’s that LaVey liked to fuck, but I also learned a lot of other life lessons, and they are surprisingly practical and actually pretty positive.Read more...

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Every house on the block will be giving out packs of Tootsie Rolls and Smarties. Want to give the trick-or-treaters in your neighborhood something special? Try these underrated candies.Read more...

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TV Club In one of its better episodes, The Walking Dead makes the case for a reckoning | Deadspin My Goodness, The Jaguars Are A Mess | Splinter Racist White Woman Verbally Attacks Family for Speaking Spanish in Virginia Restaurant | Jezebel New York Times Confirms…Read more...

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As the end of the year nears, you’re planning for holiday travel, what gift to get the cousin you only see once a year, and whether or not you can get away with passing on Aunt Helen’s green bean casserole. Important tasks all, but there’s one more to add to your list: Maximizing your credit card rewards.Read more...

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Welcome to the Meet Me City. It’s got the Cardinals, it’s got Missouri’s Democrats, it’s got half a McDonald’s sign along the river. It’s got all the big-city reporters who left little old Wind Gap. It was supposed to have a trolley by now. This week Hack Your City wants to know what’s good, secret, and hackable in…Read more...

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Love to read but don’t have the time to sit down and actually read a book? Sign up for Amazon’s audiobook service, Audible, during this extended trial offer for Prime members. Read more...

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I’m a big fan of making lists. I have a list of things I need to get done the month, another list is broken out into things I need to do this week, and yet another list of things that need to be completed in a day. For me and how I work, they’re great for keeping me organized, and I get a lot of satisfaction in…Read more...

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If you’re considering relocating to a different country for work, some destinations are better than others. HSBC recently conducted its annual Expat Explorer survey, a global survey that looks at 22,318 expats across 163 different countries. When comparing countries based on economics, experience, and family life. The…Read more...

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Even if you have great insurance, visiting the doctor can sometimes be a huge pain. You have to find a time they can fit you in, find a time you can actually get off work to make it into the office, and dig up the cash that you need to pay your co-pay — and you’re doing it all while you’re not feeling your best.Read more...

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If you find yourself constantly missing text messages, you can set things up so that your phone’s flash blinks whenever one comes in.Read more...

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If you want to rent a car or a place to stay you have a lot of options. But what if you want to rent a car that doubles as a place to stay? Then your options get a but more limited.Read more...

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Nest smart home products, a fast wireless charger, and our readers’ favorite Wi-Fi routers lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web. Read more...

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If you own an electric car, one of your biggest road trip challenges is finding a charging station. This week Google made that process a bit easier when it added EV charging station information to Google Maps.Read more...

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Whether you’re already deep in the Nest ecosystem, or just buying your first smart thermostat, there’s a deal for you in today’s Home Depot Deal of the Day. Inside, you’ll find discounted Nest thermostats, auxiliary temperature sensors (just $25 each!), Nest x Yale smart locks, and more. These prices are only…Read more...

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If the leaves haven’t already started falling, they will soon enough, and you can clean off your patio, and blow the ruffage into your neighbor’s yard into a pile for easy pickup with one of these discounted blowers in today’s Amazon Gold Box.Read more...

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We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.Read more...

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