Top 10 Dog Breeds For Dog Lovers With Allergies

“Ever since President Obama’s quest for a hypoallergenic dog to become part of the White House family due to his daughter’s dog allergies, the amount of pet owners seeking ‘hypoallergenic’ dog breeds has about skyrocketed. While no dog is purely hypoallergenic, certain breeds have more predictable and consistent non-shedding coats. Typically a dog sheds its skin every 3-4 days while some breeds shed their skin every 21 days. Dogs that do not shed much or as often have shown to produce less dander, which makes them more tolerable for those with allergies. [Here] are ten dog breeds that are best for dog lovers suffering from allergies. These breeds may ease the sneezing, itchy eyes and other allergic reactions to man’s best friend.” w/ photos

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Top 7 Reasons It Sucks Living In An RPG World

“Role-playing games, be they Japanese or fun, are designed to present a captivating world for your characters to explore. Whether they be frozen fantasy landscapes, lush magic jungles, or neon space futures, good RPG worlds can make you want to leave your dreary 9-5s behind and fight an evil empire or encroaching alien menace. Unfortunately, that’s the only good part about living in a role-playing world. Everything else is terrible.” w/ photos

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Top 10 Military Schools In America

“These institutions offer an environment that is completely unique in comparison to traditional schools. Military schools place great stress on discipline, teamwork, and goal-oriented achievement in a blend of military structure and competitive academics. The aim: to produce highly capable graduates who are able to assume the reins of leadership in their various occupational pursuits (military or civilian). The following are the top 10 military schools.” w/ photos

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Top 10 Greatest Golfers Of All Time

“Over the last century, golf has emerged as one of the biggest and most widely played sports in the world. The rise of golf, both in America and around the world, has brought fame and riches to many, many men, and today it could be argued that professional golf has never been more popular. But today’s players owe an awful lot to those who came before them, as some of the greatest golfers of all time paved the way for today’s young stars and brought popularity to the sport. Here are the ten of the greatest and most influential golfers of all time.” w/ photos

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Top 10 People Whose Warnings Went Unheeded

“In Greek mythology, Cassandra was the daughter of the King of Troy. She was so beautiful that the God Apollo granted her the gift of seeing the future, prophecy. When Cassandra spurned Apollo’s love, he put a curse on her – that no one would believe any of her predictions. Cassandra was thus an epic and tragic figure – granted a powerful ability, yet powerless to use it. Throughout history there have been many Cassandra-type figures, people who predicted the coming of terrible tragedies and disasters, but whose warnings were ignored. These people were not gods and were not using special powers of prophecy. They were people who had a deep understanding of the realities of a situation and tried to warn others. In each case, others failed to listen to their warnings, and tragedies that might have been averted were not. Here are ten examples of people who tried to warn others, but whose warnings went unheeded.” w/ photos

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Top 13 Worst Bosses Of All Time

“We’ve all had a bad boss or two, one that makes us stay later than we want to, doesn’t pay us enough or makes us do demeaning things for her/him like take out their trash when it’s full. Bad bosses get a lot worse than that, though. From firing a woman who just donated a kidney to her boss, to a boss that made employees tattoo his birthday on their necks, to a boss who installed sniper towers and canons when workers asked for a raise, these are the worst, most horrible, bad bosses of all time.” w/ photos + videos

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Top 10 Hit Songs Stolen From Other Songs

“Ever get Deja Vu when you’re listening to the radio? Kind of like you’ve heard the music somewhere before, but you can’t put your finger on it? Usually, that’s because you have heard the music before and the song you’re listening to is sampling it. ‘Sampling’ is when you take a piece of one song and use it in yours. It’s a legal thing, since the original artist gets money. Except sometimes, they don’t. That’s called ‘plagiarism’ and, apparently, it’s a no-no. Here are 10 songs you won’t believe were stolen from other songs.” w/ videos

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