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The new YEEZY 500 Super Moon Yellow will be on sale June 9th at 10 a.m. EDT on adidas.com and in stores. Within a few days, chances are you’ll see this $200 shoe on resellers’ sites for hundreds more.Read more...

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Happy weekend, and welcome back to 3-Ingredient Happy Hour, the weekly drink column featuring super simple yet delicious libations. It’s Negroni Week, which means every cocktail bar and blogger (myself included) is putting their “spin” on the classic bitter beverage.Read more...

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You’re out on the town with your friends when some stranger takes a conversation from casual to creepy, then asks for your phone number. Give them one of these and get away.Read more...

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Anthony Bourdain, who died today the age 61, gave us bold wisdom on how to make a better burger, how to find good food in airports and why it’s okay order fish on Mondays. Read more...

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I’ve lost over $300,000 worth of bitcoin so far. Now’s the bit where I’m supposed to tell you it’s all fake, and I only lost it in the cryptocurrency trading simulation game Bitcoin Flip. But no, I actually bought $400 worth of bitcoin back when it was cheap, then left it in the hands of the Mt. Gox online exchange,…Read more...

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Hi! In this week’s edition of Tech 911, the column where we attempt to solve your most pressing and head-scratching tech questions (that you should absolutely send us here), I’m venturing a little beyond the confines of the column’s setup to look at a question that’s both timely and applicable to most Apple fans.Read more...

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Credit card APRs are ridiculously high, averaging 16.75 percent, according to the latest data from CreditCards.com. (That’s a record high, by the way.) But make a payment misstep, and you could face almost double that astronomical rate for months afterwards.Read more...

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The Bloody Mary is a drink for all seasons, but there’s something unpleasant about sipping thick, soup-like concoctions when outdoor temperatures start to rise. To beat the heat and still enjoy your favorite savory brunch cocktail, skip the mix entirely and make your own with freshly pureed tomatoes.Read more...

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Creditors can lower your credit limit at pretty much any time and for any reason, as long as it’s allowed in your user agreement. It happens to people with good credit and bad credit, to people who have been with their bank for a decade or less than a year. In other words, it can happen to anyone, but you’re …Read more...

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Plastic straws are a hot issue right now. Jump on the green bandwagon and help out the environment by drinking out of these reusable metal straws. This set of four is just $5 with code AYPOM52T, and comes with a little cleaning brush.Read more...

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Hiking with a backpack is a heck of a lot more work than hiking without one. It feels harder, but also you’re burning more calories—which is important to know as you’re planning your snacks and meals for the trip. Read more...

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You missed your kid’s soccer game again because you’ve been working on that big client report, the one you’re still behind on. Oh, and didn’t you promise to bring muffins to the school bake sale tomorrow? And there’s that meeting at 10, and the pediatrician appointment at 11:30, and ugh, you should probably buy toilet…Read more...

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Earther Giant Iceberg Is Screwed | The A.V. Club Arrested Development’s Alia Shawkat talks about where that infamous interview went wrong | The Takeout Anthony Bourdain, cook turned globetrotting host, has died at age 61 |Read more...

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We love it when a company sneaks an Easter egg into an otherwise mundane program, especially when the little taps-the-nose trick does something wild and fanciful. And while Google’s latest hidden feature in Sheets isn’t quite as complicated as, say, playing Flight Simulator in Excel or firing up the Game of Life in…Read more...

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Saving on travel is all about flexibility, says Andrew Harper, editor of the luxury travel site of the same name. He told Lifehacker about a few reliable ways to watch for discounts on luxury travel, one of which will make you feel like a complete master of the universe, which you already know because we spoiled it in…Read more...

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If you’re in a bind with what shoes to wear to your next wedding, or just need to trash your old, scuffed loafers, you’re in luck. Amazon is marking down a bunch of dress shoes from Dapper Shoes Co. and you can grab a pair for way less than you’d normally pay. But this is a one-day-only deal, so don’t pace too long…Read more...

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The A.V. Club Fallout’s best vault elected to tell the series’ darkest story | Earther Guatemala Looks Like the Upside Down After Deadly Volcanic Eruption | The Takeout Army-developed algorithm predicts exactly when you should consume caffeine |Read more...

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We took the city out of Hack Your City this week, collecting reader tips on Yellowstone National Park. You can read all the best comments in the Staff tab under the original post. We’ve collected highlights below.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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When riding in a car with little kids for an extended amount of time, you quickly learn three things:Read more...

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Germs, like you and I, enjoy the warm and slightly moist embrace of a bath towel. (Hey, if it’s not moist when you first put it on, it gets moist.) But these germs are just here to cuddle; normal use of a bath towel is not likely to make you sick.Read more...

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American diplomats in China are falling ill with symptoms like headaches, nausea, and hearing loss after hearing “odd sounds” in their apartments. It’s an eerily similar situation to what happened in Cuba in 2016 when 24 diplomats complained about strange sounds and nearly-identical symptoms. Is sound actually making…Read more...

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The term “all-purpose seasoning” has always seemed slightly hyperbolic to me. Unless we’re talking about salt, there are few seasonings that truly enhance everything they touch, but shio koji comes close. Read more...

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When you graduate college (or drop to less than half-time status), you’re given a six-month grace period before you have to start repaying your loans. For many, it’s a godsend: You can hopefully find your financial footing before your first payment is due, lessening your money anxiety. But there’s a big reason you…Read more...

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If you’re looking for a great way to fit more books into your life, try picking up an audiobook. You can listen to it on your commute, on vacation, or just at home while you’re doing other things. Or, better yet, sign up for a service that gives you access to a ton of books at once, which we’ll be exploring in this…Read more...

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