Author: Latisha Coomes

Latisha Coomes is a news writer who has a passion for writing and informing others. She has worked in the media industry for over 10 years and has experience in both television and print. She enjoys covering current events and giving people the information they need to make informed decisions.

‍You probably know that it’s illegal to park in front of a fire hydrant, double-yellow lines, or a crosswalk. But what about a mailbox? How safe would your mail be if you parked in front of your home’s mailbox whenever you left home? Some people think that parking in front of their own mailbox is the best way to protect the mail from thieves and bears. After all, they are right! But unfortunately, it’s also illegal. In most states, it’s against the law to park in front of a residential mailbox. This is because doing so blocks the postal carrier…

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Dumpster diving—also called waste management, trash scavenging, or dumpster diving—is the practice of sifting through discarded materials in order to find something of value. It’s a practice that goes back centuries. Divers of yore sought out excess wool from mills, barrel scrap from breweries and vinegar from wineries. Today, it’s not as uncommon as you might think to see businesses throwing away perfectly good things on a regular basis. Here is everything you need to know about whether or not this is legal in Texas.  Is Dumpster Diving Illegal In Texas?  Diving into dumpsters is both legal and illegal. The…

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Humans are apex predators, right? Maybe not. It’s a common belief that humans are the top of the food chain and apex predators in every environment we inhabit. However, recent research has suggested that this may not be the case for all humans or even for all societies at particular times in history. Given our increased understanding of other human cultures and from a slightly less anthropocentric viewpoint than most earlier researchers, it seems that different cultures have varying opinions concerning whether or not humans are apex predators. Some believe we definitely are, whereas others believe we most certainly aren’t.…

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Human parasitic diseases are commonly referred to as “worms” or “helminths” in medical terminology. It is common for any individual of any age to have worms in their bodies, but they can cause a number of different illnesses and symptoms. Unfortunately, worms are also able to infect the body, again and again, leading many people to get dewormed on a regular basis in order to avoid being reinfected. If you are wondering how often adults should deworm, this article will give you some guidance on the subject. Keep reading to learn more. How Often Should You Deworm Adults? Deworming once…

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When you’re traveling or staying somewhere new, finding a safe place to stay can be nerve-wracking. That’s why so many travelers have turned to sites like Airbnb as a way to feel more secure when renting a room or an entire home. But is Airbnb safe? Are there any hidden dangers you need to know about? The answer isn’t as simple as you might think. It depends on the situation, your specific location, and other variables that could impact your safety in different ways. In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to know about the safety of Airbnb and…

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The pain, fever, and flu season are upon us. If you’ve been among the unfortunate souls who have contracted the latest strains of colds and flu this year, you know how challenging it can be to find relief and get your body back to normal. If you’re like many other people with aching muscles, fevered brow, and a general sense that your whole body is coming down with something, you’re probably trying everything you can think of to feel better as quickly as possible. Many people reach for aspirin or ibuprofen for their aches and pains, but if those don’t…

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‍According to popular belief, the world is a small place. With fast-paced globalization, it’s easy to travel from one country to another and settle there for a while. However, if you think about it, some places are much less accessible than others. Unless you have the money and means to charter an airplane or take a long boat ride, it’s not exactly easy to get to remote areas like New Zealand or Tahiti. The same goes for Nazi Germany. Why did the Nazis go to Argentina? Because it was not exactly easy for them to get there. But that didn’t…

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Men and women are very different when it comes to their bodies. For example, men have testicles that hang outside of their bodies, while women don’t. Even though the male and female anatomy is very different, there are a few things that both genders share. For instance, both men and women get wet from time to time; just in different ways. While this may seem like a small detail, it is important to know the truth about men getting wet. Do Men Get Wet? Yes, he does. But not the entire body, only his feet get wet while using the…

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Steve Jobs is one of the most famous tech CEOs in history. In the early 1990s, his reputation soared as he led NeXT through an explosive comeback and returned to Apple as its CEO in 1997, turning it into the world’s most valuable company again. But two years before all that happened, Jobs was fired from Apple. Let that sink in for a moment: The man who came to personify Apple and is widely credited with saving it — got fired. This article explains what happened and what it meant for the future of Apple and Steve Jobs. It’s a…

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Preteens are the perfect example of why people need to embrace the idea that it is impossible to put labels on any age group and expect them to stick. There’s no official definition of a ‘preteen’, but most people agree that preteens are somewhere between the ages of 10 and 12. So where does that leave 11-year-olds? Are they not preteens? Let’s take a closer look at what makes preteens unique and whether or not 11-year-olds are old enough to be one. Is 11 A Pre Teenager? 11 is the perfect age for a preteen. It’s the age when you…

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