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Rush Limbaugh mouths off against women’s suffrage just before the Fourth, continuing the disturbing Republican trend of vote suppression and his own diatribe against women.
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1. Bamboo Palm: According to NASA, it removes formaldahyde and is also said to act as a natural humidifier.
2. Snake Plant: Found by NASA to absorb nitrogen oxides and formaldahyde.
3. Areca Palm: One of the best air purifying plants for general air cleanliness.
4. Spider Plant: Great indoor plant for removing carbon monoxide and other toxins or impurities. Spider plants are one of three plants NASA deems best at removing formaldahyde from the air.
5. Peace Lily: Peace lilies could be called the “clean-all.” They’re often placed in bathrooms or laundry rooms because they’re known for removing mold spores. Also know to remove formaldahyde and trichloroethylene.
6. Gerbera Daisy: Not only do these gorgeous flowers remove benzene from the air, they’re known to improve sleep by absorbing carbon dioxide and giving off more oxygen over night.
The Guava is one of the most nutritious fruits in the world. This is because it has dietary fiber, vitamin C, B3, A, and polyunsaturated fatty acid. Especially pigmented guavas, it is rich in carotenoids and polyphenols. It is said that guava has four times more vitamin C compared to orange.
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Ray-Ban never hide 75th anniversary campaign-
Iconic eyewear brand Ray-Ban has been creating marketing under the tagline “Never Hide” for the past five years. Now, as part of their 75th anniversary, new ads showcase those who have, throughout history, stepped out of the shadows and into the sunlight.
The campaign is said to be a salute to “people from various eras who have flouted conventions in plain sight.” The campaign includes scenes of a gay couple strolling the streets holding hands in the 1950’s, World War II military volunteers, progressive style icons, and even 1940’s jitterbuggers.
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