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Americans narrowly tend to say that they'd spend a windfall on buying things instead of experiences, even though they say experiences would be a better investment in life In recent years it has become increasingly clear, thanks to psychological research, that "experiences bring people more happiness than do possessions". The ...
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A “troll”, in internet terminology, is someone who is deliberately provocative, upsetting others by starting arguments or posting inflammatory messages on online comment sections. Trolling is a problem that is gaining increasing attention and some websites are changing their comments processes or blocking comments altogether. A year ago YouTube changed ...
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Catholics are divided on whether or not the Church should adapt its teachings to modern opinions, particularly when it comes to homosexuality The Extraordinary Synod called by Pope Francis has ended without any conclusive decisions. Bishops' walked back from initial statements that had marked the most welcoming and accepting language yet ...
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Americans are slightly more likely to say that texting at the wheel is 'extremely dangerous' than say the same about drunk driving A new ad campaign sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has hit the airwaves encouraging people to abstain completely from alcohol before driving. Recent studies ...
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The vast majority of Americans prefer to use forks instead of chopsticks when they eat Asian food as few have much confidence in their own chopstick abilities Asian food first arrived in the United States when the first Chinese immigrants flooded to California in the 1850s. Chinese food has since ...
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