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At the start of 2010, ArLynn Presser from Winnetka, Illinois made a New Year's resolution to meet all of her Facebook friends before the year was out.
Having 325 friends on the social networking site meant that such a feat would be in the realm of possibility, t
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From platforming games to sports, first-person shooters to massive open world RPGs, this year has had something for anyone who deems themselves even a casual gamer. Ever wanted to slay a dragon? Done. Fight a world war? Easy. Want to make Bird dunk on Magic.
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It's easy to get swept up in the holiday hoopla and ensuring shopping chaos, and cutting through all the coupons, discounts, and deals can make it difficult come decision time.
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It's that time of year again. We're just a few days away from the holiday where you give thanks, cook up a storm, stuff yourself with all your favorite foods, and enjoy a day or two off from work.