Day: October 30, 2020

Best Easy Movie Pumpkin Designs For Halloween

We’ve collected the best easy-to-carve pumpkin designs for any movie fan: from a Halloween-themed jack-o’-lantern to some clever Kubrick references.

For some, Halloween is the best time of year to show off one’s impressive pumpkin carving skills; for others, handcrafting a decent decoration out of a vegetable (technically, fruit) is no easy feat. Thankfully, there are options for movie fans who want to embrace their love of popular culture through their pumpkins that don’t require

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Demarcus Elliott, Sio Nofoagatoto’a stepping up for Hoosiers


BLOOMINGTON – Sent home to Kansas during the pandemic, Indiana defensive tackle Demarcus Elliott’s return to Big Ten football started at the base of an unassuming but excruciating obstacle.

It’s called the “Wal-Mart Hill” in Garden

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Scary video game jack-o-lanterns from Polygon’s staff

There are few activities that fit the autumnal, Halloween season better than pumpkin carving. That’s why we’ve swapped our pens, pencils, and tablets for some more appropriate tools for the season. Yes, the Polygon staff got out our carving tools, pumpkins, and honeydew melons — you’ll see — to create some art. Forget Polygon Draws. This is Polygon Carves.

The prompt? We asked the staff to carve their favorite video game ghosts into their pumpkins.

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Why 2021 will be the year of low-code

Companies need to put cloud and low-code projects back at the top of the priority list.


Low-code will make it to the mainstream in 2021 with 75% of development shops adopting this platform, according to Forrester’s 2021 predictions for software development. This shift is due in part to the new working environment and product demands caused by the COVID-19 crisis. Forrester analysts found that “enterprises that embraced low-code platforms, digital process automation, and collaborative work

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Deregulation is not synonymous with economic success

Reforming unnecessarily onerous government legislation can boost economic performance. But getting rid of essential standards for health care, worker safety and environmental protection can end up hurting people’s wellbeing and slowing long-term growth. 

All deregulation is not synonymous with a country’s economic success. As regulations have a socioeconomic rationale, removal of a regulation or the introduction of a new one should be transparently tested by a cost benefit analysis from the social viewpoint.

Rationalizing regulatory

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Take your neighbours’ minds off coronavirus and scare them silly this Halloween

Chris Gardner, Director of Home & Garden at eBay said: “It’s great to see that shoppers are still keen to celebrate Halloween, albeit a little differently this year. We have seen items such as window projectors and balloons soar in comparison to this time last year as customers look to decorate the exterior of their homes for others to enjoy from a social distance.

“It’s also great to see that dressing up is still taking

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Online debate and speech classes – how to win an argument

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At a time of rapidly growing political polarization, it can be exceedingly difficult (and exhausting) to fight over an issue — only to reach an impasse every time. And while there’s no surefire way to get someone to agree with your views, there are tried-and-true tactics you can use to at least have a more

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The US needs Europe to end the ‘forever wars’ in the Middle East

The one — and perhaps only — foreign policy issue on which President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden campaign slams Facebook after thousands of ads blocked by platform’s pre-election blackout Mnuchin says he learned of Pelosi’s letter to him about stimulus talks ‘in the press’ Harris to travel to Texas Friday after polls show tie between Trump, Biden MORE and Joe BidenJoe BidenHarris to travel to Texas Friday after polls show tie between Trump, Biden

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30 amazing gifts you can buy from Home Depot

These are the best gifts you can buy from Home Depot. (Photo: Home Depot)

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Home Depot is one of our favorite places to shop for tools and home improvement gadgets, but the site’s online website sells far more than tiles and wallpaper—it sells some of our favorite kitchen gadgets, 5-star bed sheets, and even a range

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‘This Is Us’ Fans Call Out the “Double Meaning” Behind Steve Harvey’s Premiere Cameo

From Good Housekeeping

  • This Is Us season 5 premiered on Tuesday, October 27 on NBC.

  • During the episode, some #ThisIsUs Twitter fans called attention to Family Feud host Steve Harvey’s cameo.

  • Some believe there’s a specific reason why the writers chose to highlight Family Feud in both Randall and Kevin’s living rooms.

There’s a hidden message behind Family Feud host Steve Harvey‘s appearance in the This Is Us season 5 premiere, according to

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3 approaches to boosting your online presence

Your CPA firm’s online presence is critical to your success. In my last article, I discussed what should happen when prospective clients Google your firm. Now we’ll discuss how to implement the strategies that boost your online presence: your website and your newsletter.

We’ll weigh the pros and cons of three different approaches to creating an impressive online presence. Depending on your time, budget and resources, you can figure out the best fit for

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France Rattled By Gruesome Terror Attacks and Second COVID Lockdown

PARIS—Before the killings began, Nice’s largest church was quiet and nearly deserted.

Vincent Loqués opened the Basilica of Notre-Dame at 8:30 a.m. as usual. The landmark cathedral, a striking bone-white structure, was built in the mid-1860s in the Neo-Gothic style and sits on Nice’s Avenue Jean Médecin—a busy artery in the city center lined with cafes and shops. The 55-year-old Loqués worked there as a sexton for the past 10 years, and his duties included

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‘I’m not drunk, it’s my car:’ Tesla’s ‘full self-driving’ gets mixed reviews

Tesla has long promoted the idea that its vehicles will someday be able to drive passengers from location to location without human intervention. While many auto manufacturers have invested heavily in automated features, Tesla has been the most bullish, pushing out features before other brands, such as lane-keeping on highways and traffic light detection. Now Tesla’s long-promised “full self-driving” functionality has arrived — sort of. The company has provided an unfinished version of the software
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France mourns 3 killed in church attack, tightens security

NICE, France (AP) — Mourners lit candles and prayed silently Friday to honor three people killed in a knife attack at a church, as France heightened security at potential targets at home and abroad amid outrage over its defense of the right to publish cartoons mocking the prophet of Islam.

The attacker, who recently arrived in Europe from Tunisia, was hospitalized with life-threatening wounds, and investigators in France and his homeland are looking into his

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36 gifts teenage girls actually want in 2020

Best gifts for teen girls
Best gifts for teen girls

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Being a teen girl is always a little complicated. And it’s even more complicated this year, due to various global pandemic-related reasons that we don’t need to get into. What we are going to get into right now is what you should give your favorite high-schooler this holiday season.

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Fishers, Ind. approves Maple Del apartments downtown


Fishers, with more than 90,000 residents, is one of Hamilton County’s fastest-growing cities as well as one of the most livable communities in the U.S. Here’s how Fishers is growing and changing.


Fishers is moving forward with a plan for a large residential community on 116th Street that the city council put on hold last month because of concerns that the suburb was building too many rentals.

The Redevelopment Commission approved Thursday a

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Do no harm: 5 ways brands can harness ethical consumerism through design

Ethical consumerism is a wave that all FMCG and retail brands need to be on in 2020, and riding it makes a lot of business sense. In 2018, Unilever found that their brands with greater sustainability credentials grew 69% faster than those without. This made up 75% of the company’s overall growth.

This can be explained by a change in consumer behaviours. A recent IBM study this year found that purpose-driven consumers – those that

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How to choose the best Christmas tree for you

Treating the family to a real Christmas tree is a great way to create a stunning festive centrepiece. Plus, you get to fill your home with the delightful festive scent.

a fireplace in a living room with a christmas tree: Christmas tree care advice to ensure your real Christmas tree looks its best during the festive season. Including expert tips on how to pick and recycle it.

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Christmas tree care advice to ensure your real Christmas tree looks its best during the festive season. Including expert tips on how to pick and recycle it.

As well as choosing the best Christmas tree for your home, you

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The reinvented, remote world of co-ops under COVID-19 | Life and Arts

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The University of Cincinnati is known for being one of America’s best co-op schools. With the pandemic, students are continuing a fully online co-op experience in the comfort of their homes.

Like everyone else, the COVID-19 has deeply affected College students. COVID has altered the way they make the best of their Co-ops and internships. However, college students are adapting, similarly to everyone else in this pandemic.

David Bartok and Tommy Stark,

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