• Ranking The Best Sonic The Hedgehog Games

    Since his debut in 1991, Sonic the Hedgehog has sped into the lives and hearts of countless fans. The blue blur has come a long way since his very public rivalry with Mario in the Great Nintendo/Sega Console Wars of the 90s (now the two just compete in Olympic events). Some might say the hedgehog’s […]
    • by Cyrus Oliver II
    • 3 Days ago
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  • Mental Health: How ‘Animal Crossing’ Helps Fans Cope With Anxiety

    Disclaimer: This article was not written by a mental health expert and should not be taken as advice for those suffering from depression or any other health-related issues. There is no alternative to proper mental healthcare for those in need. If you or someone you love is seeking mental health treatment, please seek local mental […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 10 Days ago
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  • Mother Uses VR To Reunite With Deceased Daughter

    The line between the real world and virtual world has become increasingly blurred in recent years. Senior citizens have been using life simulators to combat loneliness, and virtual partners have been replacing real ones at an astonishingly rapid rate in some countries, but no example has been as heart-wrenching and emotional as a Korean mother […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 13 Days ago
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  • From 80 To 100 Years Old, ‘Animal Crossing’ Is Bringing Joy To Many Senior Citizens

    It’s no secret that the Animal Crossing series has gone from being a quirky GameCube title to one of Nintendo’s biggest flagship series in less than two decades. The little life simulator that could has been a ray of light in the industry helping many of its fans cope with depression and selling over 16 […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 15 Days ago
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  • Nearly $13 Million Of Medical Debt In St. Louis Has Been Paid Off By Local Churches

    Debt is a big issue facing modern society. Especially medical debt. Fortunately, thousands of St. Louis families will wake up medical debt-free this week, and it’s all because of grassroots efforts made by local churches. Reverend Traci Blackmon has been at the forefront of the project that has included the teamwork of 14 United Church […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 30 Days ago
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  • Could Black Plague Masks Save Us From The Wuhan Virus?

    History may or may not repeat, but as author Mark Twain once said, it certainly rhymes. As people around the world are beginning to worry about the spread of the Wuhan Virus, a new and deadly coronavirus that originated from a seafood market in China, memories of the SARS outbreak of the early 2000s have […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 30 Days ago
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  • Man’s Emotional Reaction In Airport When He Sees His Wife And Kids For First Time In Years

    Dyan thought he would never see his two children and wife Alik, who was pregnant with their third child, again. They were thousands of miles away in Fort Worth, Texas while he was being held at a refugee camp in Africa as his village in Sudan had been ravaged by war. But not all hope […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Cross-Eyed Husky That Bullies Say ‘Looks Like Bad Taxidermy’ Receives Adoption By Loving Family

    A dog that was abandoned by her owner over her “strange” face has found a new family that loves her. The 4-year-old Siberian husky named Jubilee struggled to find adoptive families when she first arrived at Monmouth County’s Husky House — a nonprofit organization that rescues huskies and other dogs and helps them find new […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Evil Squirrel Has Already Sent 2 Mothers To Hospital In Texas

    Squirrels have long been known as nature’s petty criminals, often seen stealing birdseed from feeders and getting muddy paw prints all over freshly washed car windows. But one squirrel in the cozy Texas neighborhood of Cypress has graduated to outright physically attacking helpless victims, sending at least two women to the hospital so far. While […]
    • by Amber Lee
    • 1 Month ago
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  • The Curious Case of David Wilcock

    It’s difficult to know where to begin when discussing someone like David Wilcock. Millions of people are probably not familiar with his name or his work, but millions of other people are well aware of the New York Times bestselling author and his lectures. He’s gained popularity through his books, such as The Ascension Mysteries […]
    • by Amber Lee
    • 1 Month ago
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