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  • The World's Longest Construction Job
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    The World's Longest Construction Job

    22 months ago

    House construction time can vary greatly depending on the climate and season. Typically the completion time for an average single family house is somewhere around 7 months. Houses that are built on an owner's land can take little bit longer. If a...

  • Secret Stowaways
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    Secret Stowaways

    2 years ago

    Moving has become a way of life in the world that we live in today. Many people after they are grown decide to move away from where they were born and raised. Moving not only applies to people, but to material things on a much larger scale. The...

  • Tower House Ithaca
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    Tower House Ithaca

    2 years ago

    In your travels you will find over 150 waterfalls within just 10 square miles of Ithaca, New York. If you look hard enough you'll also see the tower house of Ithaca, which is wondrous a work of art.

  • Climb Aboard The Ridable Miniature Railway
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    Climb Aboard The Ridable Miniature Railway

    3 years ago

    These Ridable Miniature trains sometimes like old habits are hard to leave behind. Thanks to some dedicated volunteers Maine's little Two Footers are poised to make a big come back from a by-gone era.

  • Fresh Maine Lobsters
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    Fresh Maine Lobsters

    3 years ago

    Everything that you wanted to know about the Maine lobster & a whole lot more that you didn't want know. Here are 15 Interesting facts about New England's delicacy the Maine lobster.

  • Mount Rushmore vs. Crazy Horse Facts
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    Mount Rushmore vs. Crazy Horse Facts

    2 years ago

    Both Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse are some of the greatest monuments ever carved into the mountains of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Here are 10 Facts about Mount Rushmore verses Crazy Horse.

  • Wonderdog
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    Wonderdog

    3 years ago

    The good old dog has been man's best friend for ages now. With Wonderdog you don't have to worry anymore about running out of dog food, messy water bowls or those stinky do do piles to pick up.

  • Long lost mysterious creature finally revealed
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    Long lost mysterious creature finally revealed

    3 years ago

    Even in this modern world today in which we all live in, there's still a lot of mystery out there. We still don't know all that there is to know about our oceans & here's a look at one such mystery.

  • Titanic's Valuable Coal
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    Titanic's Valuable Coal

    3 years ago

    On April 11th 2012, the world marked the 100th anniversary of the tragic sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic. Here's a story about how they recovered it's coal, which can also be considered an artifact.

  • Human Magnet
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    Human Magnet

    3 years ago

    Human magnetism is a popular name for the ability that some people possess to attract objects to their skin. What I want to talk about in this hub is a completely different type of a human magnet.

  • Mysterious U.S. Crop Circles
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    Mysterious U.S. Crop Circles

    2 years ago

    The latest US crop circle for 2015 just recently popped up in a North Carolina farmer's wheat field. Hardly a secret this crop circle was visible by thousands of drivers passing by on a country road.

  • Myths on bites and stings
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    Myths on bites and stings

    3 years ago

    When it comes down to bites, and stings prevention is always the best of all medicines. This hub is filled with myth busting facts on which creatures can bite, sting, & are dangerous to human beings.

  • Wacky Shoes and Footwear
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    Wacky Shoes and Footwear

    3 years ago

    This hub contains over two dozen pairs of some of the craziest ideas for wacky footwear anywhere on this planet. I can't even imagine going through life with a pair of these crazy shoes on my feet.

  • Little Known Cooking Secret
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    Little Known Cooking Secret

    3 years ago

    There's a little known cooking secret that you'll find yourself using in the bottom of your pots and pans. The original origin of cooking secret isn't very well known to most people in the world.

  • An Anger Management Session With Charlie Sheen Wouldn't Help This Situation
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    An Anger Management Session With Charlie Sheen Wouldn't Help This Situation

    3 years ago

    Things happen in life that wreak havoc in our lives. When great things happen in life only to find out later that it's a hoax, you have to figure out a way to manage your anger. This is one of those.

  • Pain Relief Secrets
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    Pain Relief Secrets

    3 years ago

    Pain is a signal from our body that something is not right, and it indicates to us that we need to get some form of pain relief. I want to share a new pain relief secret with you & trust me it works.

  • A Time Machine made out of Fire & Ice
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    A Time Machine made out of Fire & Ice

    3 years ago

    There's a time machine made out of amazing fire and ice which can only found in one single place in this world. So join me now for this old tourist attraction from the by gone days of yesterday.

  • You want to learn something new today?
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    You want to learn something new today?

    3 years ago

    Recently I learned a little something new and special that I wasn't aware of before in my life. So I thought I'd share it with you all. Are you ready to learn something new today?

  • Deer whistles really do save lives
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    Deer whistles really do save lives

    3 years ago

    Deer whistles are a simple inexpensive solution to help combat the problem of deer on our roadways. These air-fed whistles stick right onto the front bumper of your car, and they help save lives.

  • Interesting Relationships
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    Interesting Relationships

    3 years ago

    There have been some highly unusual relationships throughout the course of time. Some that absolutely no one would of thought would last, but somehow these relationships made it & managed to prosper.

  • Hard to Imagine
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    Hard to Imagine

    3 years ago

    Sometimes it's hard for people to imagine, and some people all that they do is imagine. Anybody can think, and here's a modern day twist on what some famous people have thought in the past.

  • How to get rich with certain career changes
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    How to get rich with certain career changes

    3 years ago

    Career changes can be profitable and preferred. Today's world is not promising us any stability in employment & being able to discover new jobs, and coping with unexpected career changes can be great.

  • Evolving Dreams
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    Evolving Dreams

    3 years ago

    There has been an evolution of dreams throughout time, and dreams are still evolving today. Dreams are apart of our everyday life, and just about everybody in the world has them.

  • The Good Ole Radio
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    The Good Ole Radio

    3 years ago

    The radio these days is silent, and void of what once was a golden phenomenon. Today you never hear much about these masters of the one hit wonder. Let's take a short visit back in time to this time.

  • The Returning Buffalo
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    The Returning Buffalo

    3 years ago

    The buffalo once roamed the vast grasslands of North America. It's been well over a century ago since buffalo started disappearing, but they are slowly returning, and making a big comeback in life.

  • It took 500 years for this king to get his burial
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    It took 500 years for this king to get his burial

    3 years ago

    King Richard ΙΙΙ ruled England between 1483 and 1485. He was the king of England & for over 528 years he lay without a coffin hidden away in an unmarked grave, but that will now all fortunately change

  • The Giant Mighty Sequoia Tree
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    The Giant Mighty Sequoia Tree

    3 years ago

    Sequoias are some of the largest living things on this planet, and the oldest giant sequoias may exceed 3,000 years in age. It's hard to photograph just how big a sequoia really truly is, but I tried.

  • Writing a hub can be just like fishing
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    Writing a hub can be just like fishing

    3 years ago

    Life here on the Hub Pages can be rather interesting at times. I recently figured out that publishing a hub can be just like fishing in your favorite pond & you just have to sit back & patiently wait.

  • If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck & quacks like a duck then it must be a duck
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    If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck & quacks like a duck then it must be a duck

    3 years ago

    The good old saying If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck & quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck means just what it implies. I chose this title for this hub, because it fits perfectly here.

  • Free Advice On Wind Energy
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    Free Advice On Wind Energy

    3 years ago

    Windmills are beginning to pop up everywhere, and these structures powered by free wind are towering up high in the distant horizon. I've seen them in magazines, on TV & now I've seen them in person.

  • One Simple Interesting Fact
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    One Simple Interesting Fact

    3 years ago

    Simple facts can make a difference. This can be a very complicated world at different times, and just knowing a few simple little interesting facts can make a big difference in life.

  • States with the highest speed limits
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    States with the highest speed limits

    3 years ago

    Here's a complete list of the states in which drivers enjoy the freedom of speed limits that are 75 miles per hour and higher on Interstate highway systems.

  • It's always polite to wave back
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    It's always polite to wave back

    3 years ago

    Every year right after New Years during tax time, you'll start seeing friendly people dressed in Statue of Liberty costumes standing on the side of the road waving at you, so go ahead and wave back.

  • Visiting 1880 Town
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    Visiting 1880 Town

    3 years ago

    When you are traveling across Interstate 90 through the great state of South Dakota, you'll have the unique opportunity to be traveling back in time over 135 years with a visit to 1880 Town.

  • The Hub Page Break Room
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    The Hub Page Break Room

    3 years ago

    Welcome to the official Hub Page break room, which is now officially opened for business. Just stop in and take a break whenever you feel yourself getting tired & over worked from writing those hubs.

  • The Secrets of Hubman
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    The Secrets of Hubman

    3 years ago

    This interesting little fellow would be a great mascot for our Hub Pages. There's no other mascot anywhere on the face of the earth quite like Hubman. Plus on top of being a mascot he has functions.

  • Fascinating Prehistoric Discovery
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    Fascinating Prehistoric Discovery

    3 years ago

    The rare remains of prehistoric sea creatures are discovered from time to time in this world. What can be even more fascinating is when you stumble upon a prehistoric sea creature yourself.

  • Glass Top Stove Cleaning Tips
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    Glass Top Stove Cleaning Tips

    3 years ago

    Maintaining glass top stoves isn't exactly an exciting topic that's going to turn into a script for a major motion picture anytime soon, but it's a topic that for many out there has raised questions.

  • This Hub Is 100% Complete Bull
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    This Hub Is 100% Complete Bull

    3 years ago

    Welcome friends to the hub of all hubs. There's no arguing the fact that this hub is 100% complete bull. So grab the bull by the horns, and start reading.

  • Hurricane Sandy left behind her mark
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    Hurricane Sandy left behind her mark

    3 years ago

    As the winds and rain lashed out in the entire region from hurricane Sandy up and down the eastern seaboard , we all lost something in our lives. Super storm Sandy may not have hit the city of Baltimore as hard as other areas in the Northeast, but...

  • The Hub That Time Forgot -
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    The Hub That Time Forgot - "Let's Halt The Salt"

    3 years ago

    The title is more than just a rhyme in this hub, it's a lesson in healthy eating. In this hub you will discover 12 different ways to reduce your salt intake in your daily eating habits.

  • The Hot New Fad of Planking
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    The Hot New Fad of Planking

    3 years ago

    The planking craze is sweeping the nation, and today's youth are trying it everywhere. It may just be another version of flagpole sitting, which was popular back in the 1920's. Read on to find out.

  • Quick & Easy To Make Cookies
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    Quick & Easy To Make Cookies

    3 years ago

    Everybody likes and knows what a cookie is. Cookies go way back in time, and appear to have their origins in 7th century AD Persia. Cookies came to America in the early 17th century.

  • Tips for Offensive Driving
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    Tips for Offensive Driving

    3 years ago

    In drivers education classes you hear them preaching all about defensive driving, but you never hear them talk about offensive driving techniques. Just like other things in life there's always another side of the story.

  • The Unusual Breakup
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    The Unusual Breakup

    3 years ago

    Here's an interesting off the wall story about change. When some folks don't adjust to those changes then a relationships can be strained, and stretched to a limit where it eventually may falter.

  • Frogs and some other things
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    Frogs and some other things

    3 years ago

    These colorful little critters are all over this planet of ours. They begin their life in the shape of an egg underwater. You might just find the answer out to the Questions like Can It Rain Frogs?

  • It's State Fair Time
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    It's State Fair Time

    3 years ago

    Every time Fall rolls around an October original starts for a few colorful weeks. I'm not talking about the leaves changing colors. I'm talking about it's time for state fairs to open their gates.

  • The World Rhymes All Around Us
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    The World Rhymes All Around Us

    3 years ago

    Poetry is in a vast array of everyday things in our lives that we aren't even aware of. Rhyming slogans and jingles have been in the air waves for most of our lives. They remain in our heads like music to our ears. We hear them on television, and...

  • Our Penny is Endangered
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    Our Penny is Endangered

    3 years ago

    The penny or little one cent piece is becoming another sad statistic on the world's endangered specie's list. After all there are certainly other things which can be included on this list today other than just living creatures. Years back a little...

  • Dr. Seuss Raises Interesting Questions
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    Dr. Seuss Raises Interesting Questions

    3 years ago

    Throughout time there have been many great poets that have left behind their stamp in life. Some like Edgar Allen Poe who's poems live on forever, even after passing on in Baltimore, Maryland on October 7th 1849. After his death for more than sixty...

  • Reasons why you shouldn't throw stones in glass houses
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    Reasons why you shouldn't throw stones in glass houses

    3 years ago

    It doesn't really matter if you live in the Southern or Northern hemisphere, because everyone has heard of the saying "People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones". American singer-songwriter Billy Joel immortalized this saying in a hit...

  • The Reality of Storage Wars
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    The Reality of Storage Wars

    3 years ago

    The hit reality television show "Storage Wars" has been a big hit on television since way back in 2010, but just how real is it anyway. You sit there in your living room watching people get rich off of other folk's misfortunes. It's really quite sad...

  • Mystical Bottle
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    Mystical Bottle

    2 years ago

    Everyone has heard about the ancient legend of rubbing a Genie's magic bottle, and receiving three wishes in return. That's of coarse if it's a nice Genie. But what I heard over the radio this morning, on my long drive to work about a brand new...

  • The Story of the Watermelon
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    The Story of the Watermelon

    3 years ago

    Watermelons are everywhere you look in the hot days of summer. In the Southern hemisphere summer is coming to an end, and in the Northern hemisphere summer is right around the corner. Since my very first hub was about a gigantic super sized...

  • Magical Weather Stone
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    Magical Weather Stone

    3 years ago

    Unknown to most people out there in this big green and blue world today, meteorologist who are otherwise known as weathermen, have a secret weapon at their disposal to forecast the weather. But before we get into all of that, let's take a brief look...

  • One Big Mouthful Of Tasty Treats & Delightful Desserts
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    One Big Mouthful Of Tasty Treats & Delightful Desserts

    2 years ago

    This hub is an official collection of each and every states unofficial state dessert. Plus you will also find the world's biggest poll that ever graced the Hub Pages here, so please take time to vote.

  • Extreme Four Wheeling & Going Green
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    Extreme Four Wheeling & Going Green

    2 years ago

    Big Brother's Cody the dinosaur isn't the only thing that's going green in the world today. Going green is only one of two hot topics in this special dual 100th action packed hub.

  • Hair Rocks
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    Hair Rocks

    2 years ago

    This world that we all live in is full of hair. There are hairy tarantulas, which are really not as scary as they look. Some people even keep tarantulas as pets.

  • Our Furry Friend The Cat
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    Our Furry Friend The Cat

    3 years ago

    Here's 20 interesting facts about our friend the cat that you may or may not have known. Cats have been around for a very long time, and while you are here you may just learn Why do Cats Purr?

  • Peppers That Bite Back With A Zing
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    Peppers That Bite Back With A Zing

    3 years ago

    The human race has been using chili peppers and other hot spices in their cooking for thousands of years. Let's take a look at hot sauce which has become the fiery food of the cooking world.

  • Prairie Dog Facts
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    Prairie Dog Facts

    3 years ago

    These cute little fellows might be called prairie dogs because their warning call sounds like a dog's bark but they are certainly not dogs. Here's some interesting prairie dog facts with cool pics.

  • The Evolution of a Selfie
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    The Evolution of a Selfie

    2 years ago

    The selfie may seem like a rather new idea with the emergence of cameras on cell phones, however this concept really goes back 175 years. Lets look into just what a selfie is actually all about.

  • The Legend of the Backyard Chicken
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    The Legend of the Backyard Chicken

    3 years ago

    There's a lot more to a chicken than the good smell of it's eggs sitting next to country style bacon & maple sausage links on a plate as you get out of bed in the morning or a bucket of KFC chicken .

  • Legal Ways To Shop Lift
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    Legal Ways To Shop Lift

    3 years ago

    Shoplifting which is otherwise known as a five-finger discount is very simply the theft of goods from any retail establishment. Yes shop lifting is against the law, or at least it was up until now.

  • The Story of Play-Doh
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    The Story of Play-Doh

    3 years ago

    The history of Play-Doh dates back to the 1930's. Way back then Play-Doh was originally designed for use as a wall paper cleaner. Today you can find it on toy store shelves for children to play with.

  • Top 10 reasons people are unfriended on Facebook
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    Top 10 reasons people are unfriended on Facebook

    3 years ago

    Today there are over 1 billion people who are using Facebook. A study was conducted to find out why we unfriend people. Here is a list of the ten most common reasons to unfriend somebody on Facebook.

  • ABC Burger
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    ABC Burger

    3 years ago

    Can you believe that somebody has gone to all of the trouble to make a hamburger with all 26 toppings for every single letter in the alphabet. Here's the ABC Burger with all 26 of it's Ingredients.

  • Great uses for old dryer lint
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    Great uses for old dryer lint

    3 years ago

    Don't just throw your old dryer lint away anymore, because it has some very valuable uses. Recycling has come a long way these days, and here are some great economical uses for that old dryer lint.

  • 20 Great buys at a dollar store.
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    20 Great buys at a dollar store.

    3 years ago

    There are things you should buy, and there are things that you shouldn't buy at a dollar store. This hub is going to discuss some of the greatest buys at your local dollar store.

  • Drones are the futuristic toys of today
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    Drones are the futuristic toys of today

    2 years ago

    Drones that you thought wouldn't be here for another 50 years are already available today. You just have to know what to look for & finding them will be made even easier thanks to the Internet.

  • World's most colorful cars
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    World's most colorful cars

    3 years ago

    The world that we all live in is full of vehicles. Here is a collection of over 20 0f the some of the most colorful cars and vehicles that you will ever see on this planet that we call Earth.

  • Funny Money & Bitcoins
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    Funny Money & Bitcoins

    4 years ago

    The latest round of American currency looks more like funny money than actual currency. Monopoly money even looks better, and also a quick word on what Bitcoins are all about.

  • Going bananas
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    Going bananas

    3 years ago

    A banana is an edible fruit, and in some parts of the world bananas that are used in cooking are called plantains. There is no sharp distinction between bananas and plantains, and the banana plant is the largest herbaceous flowering plant in all of...

  • America's Funniest 911 Calls
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    America's Funniest 911 Calls

    3 years ago

    911 is the emergency phone number for North America. Back in 1968 the phone number 911 became the national emergency number for the United States. Here are some of America's Wackiest 911 Calls.

  • Ten stupid things that rich people buy
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    Ten stupid things that rich people buy

    5 years ago

    Sometimes certain people in this world have more money than common sense, and here's an interesting list of ten different stupid things that some rich people spend their money on & buy.

  • Fascinating Halloween Facts
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    Fascinating Halloween Facts

    3 years ago

    It's that spooky time of year once again, and Halloween is now upon us. The children will soon be out making their rounds in search of that tasty Halloween candy & here are some little known facts.

  • Solution for the government shutdown
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    Solution for the government shutdown

    3 years ago

    The shutdown of our federal government has forced people to postpone their vacations to our nation's National Parks, which are now currently closed. You might just learn how can I make money here?

  • Making Something From Nothing
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    Making Something From Nothing

    3 years ago

    It's a really good feeling inside when you turn something old that has been thrown away into something new and useful. That's exactly what has been done here to an old beer can. It's easier than it actually looks, and all of the materials for this...

  • The NFL unveils it's tough line up of angry birds
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    The NFL unveils it's tough line up of angry birds

    3 years ago

    The National Football League unveils for the first time it's tough line up of angry birds. The NFL could start a new division in football composed of existing teams already playing on the grid iron.

  • Telltale signs that you are getting older
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    Telltale signs that you are getting older

    3 years ago

    It's amazing at times the things that you learn in life. Here's something else I learned from listening to a morning radio show on my drive to work. I heard a story about a list of a dozen tell tale signs that you just might be getting a little bit...

  • Ultimate dry weather boots
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    Ultimate dry weather boots

    3 years ago

    There's a vast variety of different types of footwear out there in the market place. You name it, and they produce it for your two feet. From simple cheap 99¢ rubber flip flops to fancy expensive high dollar dress shoes for wearing to church on...

  • Effortless Meal
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    Effortless Meal

    3 years ago

    Here's one easy healthy idea for a delicious dinner recipe that will have everyone chowing down in no time. If you live on the East coast then the ingredients for this dish are in your own back yard.

  • One out of every 10 adults can't do this
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    One out of every 10 adults can't do this

    3 years ago

    I recently heard this interesting little list on a local morning radio show, and I thought that I would share what I heard with you all good folks here on the Hub Pages. For whatever reason there are many adults out there who are unable and can't do...

  • How to unlock those Golden Eggs on Angry Birds Facebook friends
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    How to unlock those Golden Eggs on Angry Birds Facebook friends

    5 years ago

    It's not always easy to run across those golden eggs when playing a game of Angry birds. I decided to write this to help those fellow Angry Bird players out there locate those hard to find golden eggs

  • What happens when the cameras stop filming on a reality television show
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    What happens when the cameras stop filming on a reality television show

    6 months ago

    This is the only place that you will read about this story, and you won't find this news anywhere else, to include the Internet. The action doesn't necessarily stop once the reality television show finishes filming, and departs the area leaving...

  • The Gas Cap Story
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    The Gas Cap Story

    3 years ago

    Everyone likes to get something free in in this life. Let me tell you all a short story about a simple little locking gas cap. This is actually a true story that I heard on a radio show a while back.

  • Amy's Baking Company - Where the customer is always wrong
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    Amy's Baking Company - Where the customer is always wrong

    3 years ago

    We have just about seen it all with today's reality television shows. We have survived "Myrtle Manor", "Honey Boo Boo", "Breaking Amish", and "Undercover Boss" just to name a few. Just when you thought it was safe to turn the television back on,...

  • The World's Biggest Rubber Band Ball
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    The World's Biggest Rubber Band Ball

    3 years ago

    It's a mission in life like no other mission, and this is certainly among fun things to do when your bored. One young man has a vision of creating the world's biggest rubber band ball, and holding the world record for this feat in the Guinness book...

  • The Hub to end all Hubs
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    The Hub to end all Hubs

    3 years ago

    Rub-A-Dub-Dub there certainly are a lot of different types of hubs. Prior to the dawn of the up and coming World Wide Web, the only type of hub that I could really think of was the one which was connected to a moving wheel.

  • History of the Beer Can
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    History of the Beer Can

    3 years ago

    I wrote this some time ago, and I finally decided that it was time to share it with all of my friends on the Hub Pages. The beer can went through a lot of changes to get to where it is today. It didn't look anything like it did when it first was...

  • Not just another birthday cake
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    Not just another birthday cake

    3 years ago

    There are birthday cakes, and then there are some very special birthday cakes. Some people are talented enough to be able to create their own birthday cake master pieces. While others who aren't so fortunate to have such great talent are destined to...

  • Welcome to Myrtle Manor or is it just another reality show
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    Welcome to Myrtle Manor or is it just another reality show

    2 years ago

    TLC is back with yet another reality television show. This time it's at Myrtle Beach, which is the vacation hot spot in South Carolina. Maybe they are just trying to keep up with their neighbors south of them in Georgia, which is better known as the...

  • Tasty Superfish
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    Tasty Superfish

    3 years ago

    This is now the third hub in a row that I've written on a food topic. First I wrote about extinct foods, which none of you missed. Then I wrote about foods that were a big waste of money, and many of you disagreed with that. Now I'm going to write...

  • 10 Foods to stop wasting your money on
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    10 Foods to stop wasting your money on

    3 years ago

    Here's a list of 10 different foods, which some people may not even realize that they're blowing their money on. I'm going to recommend some reasonable & money friendly alternatives for these foods.

  • 10 foods that are extinct
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    10 foods that are extinct

    5 years ago

    Sooner or later it seems that all good things come to an end. Similar to what the KFC game day bucket girl said, these ten different foods "Go Boom". Some of these foods were very popular, and others seemed as though they were simply a passing fad in the world.

  • Hotels Dot Com
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    Hotels Dot Com

    3 years ago

    This hub is a humorous look about a popular little fellow who has traveled around the globe staying the night in all different types of hotels. Some were very nice and fancy, while others had something to be desired.

  • Toys making a comeback this Christmas
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    Toys making a comeback this Christmas

    3 years ago

    Every year at Christmas time different various toys make a big comeback on children's wish list, and this Christmas is no different than any other. These retro toys from years past were a hit with some of us when we were kids, and they are being...

  • Revenge - The Art of Getting Even
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    Revenge - The Art of Getting Even

    3 years ago

    Revenge is almost as old as man is himself, and it's best when served cold. What's even better is when the victim has no idea what so ever what is about to happen. Where I work it's not exactly a very good idea to play a prank on another co-worker,...

  • The 12 Man Made Wonders of the World
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    The 12 Man Made Wonders of the World

    5 years ago

    Everyone has heard of the 7 wonders of the world, which includes breath taking views of nature's beauty in marvelous places like the Grand Canyon. Just as nature has done, mankind has also been leaving astonishing works behind, going all the way...

  • How not to cook a Thanksgiving day turkey
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    How not to cook a Thanksgiving day turkey

    3 years ago

    Thanksgiving day just wouldn't be the same without a big juicy Thanksgiving day turkey on the dinner table. This holiday goes all the way back to the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims, and this tradition has continued up until today. The turkey...

  • Recording Breaking News
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    Recording Breaking News

    3 years ago

    Today there's some unique records for just about everything in the world. Here you will see some of the most unique records known to man kind. You will also have the opportunity to join & be apart of one of the biggest world record breaking events that's ever been attempted before on Facebook.

  • Banned in America
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    Banned in America

    3 years ago

    There are some very interesting laws which are coming on the books today. Some of these laws are just plain crazy. I have collected and listed over 100 ridiculous laws from all of the 50 states. We are going to go ahead & take a look at some of those most laughable laws now here on this hub.

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    One crazy story even for the hub pages

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    Delicious Shoofly pie

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    Reflections of a High School Reunion

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    The unexplained & mysterious hole

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