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What’s New on Hulu in November 2021

By |2021-10-19T16:50:34-05:00October 19th, 2021|Spring RV Escapes|

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Screenshot: Marvel’s Hit-Monkey/Hulu I guess Disney is putting most of its effort into its other streaming service this November; over on the other side of the subscription bundle, the pickings are a bit slim. Not to let Disney+ hog all the Marvel glory, Hulu will get to showcase the first season of Marvel’s Hit-Monkey (Nov. 17), a visually unimpressive new animated series skewing toward the same adult MCU audience as this year’s earlier, critically well-received, but similarly ugly M.O.D.O.K. If the trailer makes you laugh, […]

How to Order Secret Fast Food Menu Items (Without Being an Asshole)

By |2021-10-19T16:50:32-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Cindy Ord / Staff (Getty Images) Every fast-food employee’s dream: Customers coming in and asking for elaborate items that can’t be found on the established, plebeian menu. This week, the website #HackTheMenu is getting renewed attention as a self-proclaimed one-stop resource for finding so-called “secret menu” items from all your favorite fast-food chains. #HackTheMenu ​​isn’t a new website; we covered the secret menu resource back in 2014, but the recent buzz is thanks to the forefront of digital journalism: a viral TikTok . To […]

You Should Avoid Grammatical Tautologies, You Shouldn’t Say the Same Thing Twice

By |2021-10-19T16:50:31-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Joe Giddens (Getty Images) Much has been written about the distinction between they’re, their, and there , when to use who vs. whom , and the difference between affect and effect . But tautologies? You’d be forgiven for hearing that word and thinking, Well, what the hell are those ? In grammatical terms, a tautology is the use of different words to say the same thing twice. At the risk of being tautological, it’s a needless repetition or redundancy. If you’re the sort who […]

Get Thee to an Air Fryer and Make Maple Candied Broccoli

By |2021-10-19T16:50:28-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Claire Lower I am not very good about cleaning my air fryer. I’ll clean the basket if it gets truly gunky, but I usually wipe it out with a paper towel, or simply cook today’s food in last night’s grease. It’s gross, but this particular type of slovenliness often leads to innovation. Such was the case when I went to air fry (aka power roast) some broccoli after making this candied bacon . The air fryer basket was coated in a not-so-thin film of […]

How to Choose the Right Weight When You Try a New Exercise

By |2021-10-19T16:50:26-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Christopher Jue (Getty Images) Some exercises, like squats, I’ve been doing basically forever. Even if I’m not using a program that tells me exactly what to lift , I can walk into a gym and have a pretty good sense of how much weight I should put on the bar. But what if it’s your first time doing a particular lift? This isn’t just a beginner question: Sometimes you know your main lifts, but then decide to try a brand new one (what is […]

How to Make Holiday Plans That Don’t Involve Getting COVID, According to the CDC

By |2021-10-19T13:51:20-05:00October 19th, 2021|Spring RV Escapes|

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Photo: ANGELA WEISS / Contributor (Getty Images) Remember holiday season 2020? We argued that the safest move was to have Thanksgiving at home and postpone big Christmas gatherings to next year, when we would hopefully all have vaccines. (The first COVID vaccines were authorized in December, if you’ll recall.) This year, things are different, but we’re not out of the woods yet. The CDC has updated their holiday celebrations page just in time to plan those seasonal get-togethers. Here are their tips, which correspond pretty […]

What’s New on Disney+ November 2021

By |2021-10-19T13:51:18-05:00October 19th, 2021|Spring RV Escapes|

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Screenshot: Hawkeye/Disney+ There’s plenty to disagree about when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe—I’m a Thor and Doctor Strange apologist myself—but until recently, it seemed like all of fandom could heartily agree on one thing: Hawkeye sucks, and is definitely the worst Avenger. But then Disney had to go and ruin it with the trailer for Hawkeye , the next Disney+ MCU spinoff, the first episode of which drops on Nov. 24. Yes, Earth’s mopiest hero (Jeremy Renner, of the Jeremy Renner App fame […]

17 More Shows and Movies About Terrible Rich People to Watch Between Episodes of ‘Succession’

By |2021-10-19T13:51:12-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Screenshot: Arrested Development/Netflix I’m surprised the concept of “appointment television” even exists in the era of perpetual streaming, but every once in a while, a show enters the zeitgeist and doesn’t leave until all the episodes have aired. I guess we just like to be part of the conversation. And if there’s a candidate for the label right now, it’s definitely the new season of HBO’s rich-people-behaving-badly drama Succession , which ended its second season with a game-changing press conference (more exciting than it sounds), […]

How to Save up to $300 on a New MacBook Pro (and Other Apple ‘Education Deals’ Anyone Can Get)

By |2021-10-19T13:51:04-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty Images) Apple’s new MacBook Pros are as intriguing as they are expensive; the 14-inch MacBook Pro starts at $1,999, while the 16-inch MacBook Pro will set you back $2,499. If sticker shock turned you away from picking up one of these new Apple laptops, you should know they’re already discounted—you need only shop from the right store. Apple’s Education Store discounts the new MacBook Pros These brand-new MacBook Pros, complete with MagSafe, added ports, and bigger and brighter displays, are available […]

This Bloody Cauliflower Brain Is the Centerpiece Your Halloween Needs

By |2021-10-19T13:51:03-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Claire Lower Through no fault of its own, the humble cauliflower looks a lot like a brain (or at least the most brain-like out of all the vegetables). Its bumpy, lobed appearance and round shape all scream “I came from a skull,” but its pale, beige hue usually keeps things from feeling too visceral. The actual color of a human brain varies, depending on whether the person it belongs to is alive and how much oxygen it’s getting: They can be pink, red, yellow, […]

Get a Free Taco Bell Breakfast Burrito, Like the Cheap Bastard You Are

By |2021-10-19T13:51:02-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Joe Raedle (Shutterstock) Further proof that nature is healing: Taco Bell’s breakfast menu is back at most restaurants, after being discontinued for most of the pandemic. Now you can get a hashbrown-embedded Toasted Burrito, some Cinnabon Delights, and wash it all down with a Mountain Dew Kickstart—all before 8 a.m. To celebrate this return to normalcy, Taco Bell is giving away a free Toasted Burrito this Thursday. How to get a free Taco Bell Toasted Burrito In-store and drive-thru customers can receive a free […]

35% of Chicago police have not reported their vaccine status

By |2021-10-19T13:51:00-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Thirty-five percent of the Chicago police force have not reported their vaccine status by the October 15 deadline. They risk being put on no-pay status. Last week, it half of Chicago officers were facing unpaid leave if they indeed refuse the vaccine. They were goaded on by the head of the Chicago police union, who urged Windy Cindy cops to defy COVID vaccine mandates There is growing frustration with vaccine mandates. Texas Governor Gregg Abbott has outlawed all vaccine mandates with an executive order, including […]

You Can Use GPS to Track Your Pet (Because a Microchip Won’t)

By |2021-10-19T10:51:37-05:00October 19th, 2021|Spring RV Escapes|

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Photo: Linda George (Shutterstock) Microchipping is a common practice among pet owners as a way to embed their contact information into their pet. If your pet gets lost, and then found—and the finder thinks to have the animal scanned for a chip—you will be identified and thus happily reunited with your buddy. However, in addition to the fact that you may not like the idea of implanting a foreign object into an animal, microchips also can’t actually track them if the pet gets lost. GPS […]

How to Set Boundaries With Work Friends (and Why You Should)

By |2021-10-19T10:51:35-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Lighthunter (Shutterstock) When the lines between “work-friends” and “real-friends” get blurred, you risk creating awkward workplace situations or even serious hurdles to getting your job done. Yet if you’re friends with coworkers on social media, or have spent the past year with them on constant video calls, you probably know a lot more about your coworkers compared to the traditional “business professional” relationship. On the one hand, my boss can see all my tweets. On the other, I can see their children running on […]

Everything Worth Knowing About the New MacBook Pros

By |2021-10-19T10:51:34-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Apple After years of waiting, Apple has finally delivered on its promise of making MacBook Pros that are actually designed with professionals in mind. The 2016 redesign of the MacBook Pros with USB-C ports, Touch Bar, and butterfly keyboards got Apple on a wrong track, but now Apple hopes to right all wrongs, and level up the pro laptop game. There’s a lot going on behind the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros, and once the reviews come out, we’ll know more. But for […]

How to ‘Upcycle’ Furniture, Because That Shit’s Expensive

By |2021-10-19T10:51:32-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: sarasang (Getty Images) Upcycling furniture can add original flair to your space while keeping furniture out of the landfill—a real win-win, especially when you remember how expensive it is to buy new furniture, and how much of it isn’t built to last unless you’re willing to pay top dollar. (And maybe even then…) If you go the upcycling route, you can save money by finding furniture anywhere and figuring out how to make it work in your space. Here are some pointers to get […]

‘Winterize’ Your Outdoor Space so You Can Actually Use It When It Gets Cold

By |2021-10-19T10:51:29-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Photographee.eu (Shutterstock) Porches, patios, and decks have become major go-to spaces for entertaining, particularly since the start of the pandemic. While the changing weather might present you with a few challenges, there are some things you can do to get the most out of you outdoor space even in the colder months. From outdoor heaters to rain protection, here are some moves you can make right now to upgrade your yard for year-round enjoyment. Picking the right outdoor heater for your hard There are […]

How to Choose Between the AirPods 2, AirPods 3, and AirPods Pro

By |2021-10-19T10:51:28-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Apple Apple’s AirPods lineup has gotten confusing. The distinction was simpler before, when you could pick the AirPods Pro if you wanted an in-ear fit with active noise cancellation, or the regular AirPods if you could live without that. The third-generation AirPods has been launched though, making it a little harder to decide on the perfect pair of AirPods. We’re going to make that easier, though. What’s new in the third-generation AirPods? The third generation of AirPods has a new design that resembles the […]

Protestors unfurl Tibetan flag at Olympic torch-lighting ceremony

By |2021-10-19T10:51:25-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Protestors unfurled a Tibetan flag at the Olympic torch-lighting ceremony in Greece . They also had a banner that said “No Genocide.” Earlier this week, three pro-Tibet protestors have been arrested in Greece for advocating a boycott of the Beijing Olympics . Increasing calls for boycotting the Beijing Olympics are increasing tensions with China all over the world. Thirteen MPs from Canada have signed a letter to the International Olympic Committee , urging them to relocate the Olympics from Beijing in protest of the genocide […]

What to Do With These Last Three Months of Deferred Student Loan Payments

By |2021-10-19T07:50:33-05:00October 19th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: fizkes (Shutterstock) With the student loan freeze on interest and payments expiring Jan. 31, 2022, there’s still time to use that extra cash to improve your finances over the remaining three months, especially if all your other recurring expenses haven’t increased since the pandemic began. Here’s a look at some of your best options. Pay off high-interest debt Considering that the average student loan payment is about $400 per month and the average outstanding credit card balance is $3,824per person , paying off $1,200 […]

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