Online Dating as Honest as Real Life

For the millions looking for love on the Internet, the nagging question remains: Is my virtual paramour the person they say they are? A new survey of more than 5,000 U.S. online daters finds that the answer to that question is — by and large — ‘yes,’ or at least as honest as they would […]

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6 Unusual Jobs

<img class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-2371″ title=”bodyguard” src=”http://www.prisonbreakfreak.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/bodyguard2.jpg” alt=”” width=”392″ height=”154″ />Bounty hunters, private investigators, body guards–you’ve seen these jobs on TV, but do you know how they function in reality? Ever wonder what the job’s about, how you get paid, and how much? Here are six strange professions, along with the skinny on pay and duties. […]

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Empire State Building cries foul over rival

<span style=”color: #000000;”><img class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-5334″ title=”empire_1″ src=”http://www.prisonbreakfreak.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/empire_1.jpg” alt=”” width=”392″ height=”154″ />Look at Manhattan from afar, and the first thing you notice is the Empire State Building, spiking like a needle above the carpet of skyscrapers that coats Manhattan from tip to tip. </span> Now it’s got some competition — a proposal for a nearby […]

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JFK Runway Closure

The main runway at New York’s John F. Kennedy International will be closed for four months starting today. Millions of travelers will experience delays — including some not flying anywhere near the Big Apple. With about one-third of JFK’s traffic and half of its departures being diverted to three smaller runways, planes will wait on […]

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France Concorde Crash Trial

<strong>The US airline Continental and five individuals are set to go on trial in France over the crash of an Air France Concorde jet nearly 10 years ago.</strong> A wing and one engine caught fire as the supersonic jet was taking off from Paris Charles De Gaulle airport in July 2000. Flight 4590 struck a […]

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Inside the world’s largest tent

<h1 id=”yn-title”><span style=”color: #008000;”>The World’s Largest Tent, Khan Shatyr, Debuts In Astana, Kazakhstan</span></h1> The world’s largest tent Khan Shatyr has debuted in Kazakhstan’s capital city, Astana. The nearly 500-foot tall structure is host to a variety of exciting green features, designed by Foster And Partners, who are known for implementing inspiring sustainable techniques in their […]

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The pros and cons of daylight saving time

<strong><img class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-5895″ title=”timechange” src=”http://www.prisonbreakfreak.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/timechange.jpg” alt=”” width=”392″ height=”154″ />Do we still need daylight saving time?</strong> For nearly a century, Americans have been springing forward and falling back, and this year will be no different. Come Sunday morning, we’ll be snuggled soundly in bed as the clocks fall back an hour. Daylight saving time is […]

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Chelsea Clinton to wed in upstate NY

The 30-year-old daughter of Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton was expected to wed her boyfriend, investment banker Marc Mezvinsky, at a ceremony Saturday evening with 400 to 500 guests. Details of the wedding were kept fanatically close to the vest, with shopkeepers, innkeepers, vendors and restaurateurs sworn to secrecy. Roads were closed, the skies […]

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Insider Secrets to Get Your Resume Read

It’s becoming harder than ever to get your resume read by a real person. “HR people are drowning in resumes, and despite their best intentions, many can’t keep up,” says executive recruiter Mike Travis. Help your resume win the attention it deserves by following these up-to-date tips from industry insiders. * “Keep it shorter, tighter, […]

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F-35 Program

<h1>Gates Tries to Get F-35 Program Back on Course</h1> The Joint Strike Fighter was supposed to be the program that broke the mold, proof that the Pentagon could build something affordable, dependable and without much drama. But rather than being the Chevrolet of the skies, as it was once billed, the fighter plane, also called […]

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