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5 Important Types of Items You Should Have At Home During This Period

Before delving into what you need, it is good to discuss what social distancing is all about. It is all about maintaining a distance between you and others. It also means avoiding groups as well as gatherings, especially the large ones. Besides, it means saying goodbye to pubs, restaurants, theatre, and cinemas. No more parties at your house or your friend’s place. At the same time, schools have been such down, and there is also the cancellation of flights. All that one can do now is travel to and from work and only and only if you can’t work from home. If you are a care provider or need medical attention, that is also an important reason that should make...

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Good news for families! Those movies you wanted to see in theater are (mostly) going to be hitting home video or streaming super early

With public gatherings heavily discouraged or outright banned across the country, distributors are release their new titles to the only venue accessible to most people during the coronavirus pandemic: the living room. Even though Onward only hit theaters on March 6 Disney made the Chris Pratt-led Pixar feature, available to stream on Disney+ on April 3. Depending on what historical metric you use, this is about six months early for home video, and possibly a full year early for subscription-based streaming. Frozen II, which was released last November is also already on Disney+, similarly months ahead of schedule. And while it was just a few days before its originally scheduled release,  Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker came to video-on-demand services early as...

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Watch A Bunch Of Scientists Freak Out Over A ‘Whale Fall’ On The Bottom Of The Ocean

“Do we have any bone-eating worms?” Scientists were delighted on Wednesday after they discovered the remnants of a dead whale miles beneath the surface of the ocean, teeming with hungry octopuses, fish, crabs and worms. The discovery was made by the Nautilus, a deep-sea research vessel that was finishing up its last dive of the season for a joint expedition between the nonprofit Ocean Exploration Trust and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Viewers on Wednesday could hear researchers burst out in surprise during a live feed of the dive as the vessel came upon the partially eaten skeleton. “Dinner is served,” one researcher said, before another chimed in: “Oh, this is so cool.” The decomposing carcass was between 13...

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3 pro tricks to smooth out uneven texture with your makeup

There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to cover an uneven skin texture with your makeup, only to have it flake, look cakey, or just stand out more rather than blend in with the rest of your face. (Besides, perhaps, swiping on a brand-new mascara that just clumps, or applying an entire makeup look that only melts off as soon as you sweat outside.) Covering breakouts is hard enough with your makeup, but at least pimples take up little real estate. Uneven skin texture can happen from pesky acne scars, dryness, or any number of reasons, and tends to cover more area than a mere whitehead does. Whatever it’s from, if you’re like me, you are trying to swipe on some...

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How One Man Built Thomas Cook’s Travel Empire From Humble Beginnings

Shortly after 2am on Monday a travel empire which, over its 178-year-history, had revolutionised the industry, ceased to exist.  Synonymous with affordable package holidays, Thomas Cook had become a household name amongst generations of Brits – not to mention millions of holidaymakers abroad.  With more than 500 shops on British high streets, its own airline, and an association with some 3,000 hoteliers, Thomas Cook was not only the oldest travel company in the world, but also one of the biggest – giving little indication of its humble beginnings.   The global giant started with one man - cabinet-maker Thomas Cook himself, back in 1841.  With a background as a Baptist missionary, who toured the Derbyshire area as a village evangelist, teetotal...

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