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  • O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, You'll Be Safe Until Next Year in This $30 Storage Bag

    Now that we’ve said so long to Santa and hello to a new year, it’s finally time to pack away that Christmas tree. Keep your artificial fir in tip top shape for the next 11 months with this $30 sturdy canvas storage bag. It fits unassembled trees up to 9 feet tall and features handles for easy carrying, and adjustable straps to ensure your tree parts stay put. Plus, you’ll get the gift of peace of mind during the year ahead knowing your faux foliage is protected from any errant water or dust.

    Kinja Deals
  • Remembering Benes

    I had the privilege to know, work with and be a friend of Bernardo Benes, who died on Jan. 14. At times misunderstood, like when he obtained freedom for Cuban

    miamiherald
  • The Ghost Of Christmas Future

    Submitted by Chris Martenson of PeakProsperity.com Here in the brief period between Christmas and New year’s, as a writer I am obligated to say happy, wishful things. I have to confess, I’m just not feeling it this year, so I’ll just do the minimum here and return to being a curmudgeon, because that’s what the times call for. So, happy new year. I hope everything works out well for you in 2019. There, with that behind us we can now return our attention to the true state of the world, which is...

    Zero Hedge
  • Natalie Corona's father remembers her

    Merced Corona speaks at his daughter's memorial service.

    KSBW
  • Do You Remember What The Hell Is Happening On "Riverdale"?

    A quick refresher before it comes back! View Entire Post ›

    BuzzFeed
  • I tossed the Christmas tree, but not the flowers

    We tried to extend the potted poinsettias by replanting them in the front flowerbed, near the new mailbox my wife liked. Well, she never actually said she “liked” the mailbox. She just never said she didn’t. In a long marriage, that passes for gushing. The little guy protested that poinsettias

    latimes.com
  • I tossed the Christmas tree, but not the flowers

    We tried to extend the potted poinsettias by replanting them in the front flowerbed, near the new mailbox my wife liked. Well, she never actually said she “liked” the mailbox. She just never said she didn’t. In a long marriage, that passes for gushing. The little guy protested that poinsettias

    www.latimes.com