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Sports Drink Company Putting First Advertisement On Moon

Japanese pharmaceutical company Otsuka has announced plans to put their sports drink Pocari Sweat on the moon in a specially equipped container bearing their logo, which, if successful, would be the first time a commercial product has been flown to the mo...

Dad Way Scarier When Controlling Temper

SANTA ROSA, CA—Noting the 51-year-old’s increasingly flushed complexion, wide and intense eyes, and slow, heavy breathing during an argument Friday morning, local siblings Jeff and Katie Russell told reporters that their father, Dave Russell, ...
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Being Ignored On Facebook Lowers Self-Esteem

According to a new study, Facebook users who receive little feedback from friends in the form of comments, “likes,” and other messages are more likely to experience low self-esteem and feelings of meaninglessness. What do you think?

  • “The system works!”

    James Antonucci
    Field Contractor
  • “My dad likes all my posts, and somehow that makes it worse.”

    Steve Weininger
    General Practitioner
  • “I don’t think we’re going to make it as a species anymore.”

    Portia Barrientos
    Crafts Advisor
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