It’s time for a Game Boy Color Classic

Source: Jennifer Locke / iMore Let me take you back to the early 90s. You sit in the backseat on a long road trip, but that doesn’t matter. You have the perfect travel companion in a plastic case, ready to take you on an adventure without setting foot outside. Yes, he’s your trusty Game Boy, and whether you’re playing Tetris ...

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A $ 1.2 trillion investment opportunity

Did you know that “utopia” exists? At least a form of green energy utopia. You can find it in a small neighborhood in Texas today – homes are zero emissions, energy costs very low, and power outages never happen. As our hypergrowth expert Luke Lango writes below, this utopia was created by Tesla, but it is part of a much ...

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Believe it or not, Jesus was a good Jew

JJesus of Nazareth is the most famous carpenter in history, but he is also, according to a survey Most famous Jew in history. He was born to Jewish parents, was circumcised, went to the Temple, went to the synagogue, and read the Torah. See, he’s a first century Middle Eastern Jew. Nearly two thousand years of Christianity, however, presented Jesus ...

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Polyps Market 2021 and Analysis to 2027 – Millennium Surgical, Black Smith Surgical, B. Braun Melsungen

” Polyps market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study accurate and valuable information. The data that has been examined is done taking into account both the best existing players and the future competitors. The business strategies of major players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. A well explained SWOT analysis, revenue ...

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In the kitchen with “The Unofficial Simpsons Cookbook”

When I was growing up in Israel in the eighties, my family traveled intermittently to America, thanks to the work of my scientist father, who kept us coming and going. Every time I returned home, the thing I craved the most was the food I had left behind in the United States. Western fast food came to Israel relatively late ...

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Trevor Donovan’s approach to fame is a much needed throwback

INDIANA, PA – When you cross the street in this borough’s downtown core, located in a county that shares its name, you remember how wonderful life is. Two of the crosswalk signals guide pedestrians with the voice of the late Jimmy Stewart, who was born and raised here in Indiana. “Please wait to cross Philadelphia Street to South 9th Street. ...

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How “Hey Arnold!” and its iconic score introduced a generation to jazz

Thirty years ago this week, a burgeoning, but not yet ubiquitous children’s network by the name of Nickelodeon launched its first original animated series. Introduced on August 11, 1991, under the brand name “Nicktoons”, Doug, Rugrats, and The Ren & Stimpy Show would quickly become hits and change the course of animation, television and popular culture in general. To mark ...

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Magic Realist Fable documentary trailer “The Seer and the Unseen”

Magic Realist Fable documentary trailer “The Seer and the Unseen” by Alex Billington August 10, 2021Source: Youtube “The elves demand that this area not be used.” Utopia has released an official trailer for a bizarre documentary film titled The seer and the invisible, by award-winning documentary director Sara Dosa. This one premiered at the 2019 San Francisco Film Festival a ...

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