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According to a new study released by WalletHub, Mississippi's capital Jackson is the "fattest city" in America.
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  • There's a scam currently being perpetrated on the elderly, disabled and otherwise non-technologically inclined. People are receiving phone calls from the "IRS" claiming that they've committed fraud and must provide very sensitive information in order to get their case file closed. The information; name, date of birth, address - the exact sort of information perps need to steal your identity and ruin your financial life.
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  • Here we go with the hackers again. These people need to get a hobby. A group of hackers called The Turkish Crime Family (no word on whether or not they're actually Turkish) have threatened to wipe 300 million iPhones if Apple doesn't pay them $100,000 or $75,000 bitcoin.
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  • Paul Wall and Baby Bash, who were both cleared of felony drug charges after being busted over the Christmas weekend.
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  • My girlfriend and I have been together for 8 years. Now, before you chastise me for not having "put a ring on it" just yet; you should know we've discussed it and chances are it's on the horizon. Also, after reading these tweets, I'm kind of excited about it. Huffington Post recently scoured twitter looking for the best tweets that sum up being married and they're hilarious!
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  • A 19 year old man (kid?) in Lansing Michigan dropped $10 on a lottery ticket last week and defied the odds. He won $500,000! Now, what he's doing with that money has Lansing buzzing. I know what you're thinking - he's gonna blow all that money on cars, clothes, jet skis and sneakers. Not this kid.
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  • Oh boy...here we go again. When will celebrities learn that they need to just stop taking suggestive or embarrassing photos? I understand that they should be given the same privacy the normal citizen is granted, but that's just not the way the world works anymore. Hackers and other ne'er do wells are just salivating at the next opportunity to get their mitts on private photos. And, that just happened to Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried.
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  • St. Patrick's Day has become about as Americanized as Independence Day. Consider, the very FIRST St. Patrick's Day wasn't even celebrated in Ireland. It's first recorded observance came on March 17th, 1762 in New York City. But, lets not split hairs about that. Let's get to the nitty gritty of the things we do on St. Patrick's Day that couldn't be LESS Irish.
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  • It happens all the time. You're eating something tasty...be it potato chips, cookies, candy or what have you, and you drop one on the floor. THE HORROR! Then, someone screams "5 SECOND RULE!" meaning you have 5 seconds to reclaim it from the floor and eat it without fear of contracting E-Bola or some other flesh eating disease. Good news, the 5 second rule is a lie depending on the food.
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  • In case you missed it, there was a moment on BBC news this past week that I HAVE to think sums up parenthood pretty well. When Korea expert Robert Kelly appeared via skype on BBC news to discuss Korea, his kids walked in and crashed the interview. His wife can be seen in the background, frantically trying to corral the kids and get them out of the office. Too late, the damage was done. A smooth operator would have just picked the little one up and put her on his lap. But, alas...here's the vid.
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