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Stay Away From Airplane Water, Says a New Study

(1080 KRLD) - A study warns to stay away from airplane water. Dr. Charles Platkin, editor of Diet Detective and the executive director of Hunter College in New York City Food Policy Center at the City University of New York authored a survey which purports some of the water onboard isn't fit for...
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'Mobilemoons' Are the Latest Vacation Trend

There’s a new travel trend going around, and it involves ditching your friends for a different vacation buddy – your phone. According to Travel + Leisure , the “mobilemoon” is a vacation trend that’s sort of like a “solomoon” but with way more Instagrams involved. Instead of going on a solo trip...
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Woman Rides Luggage Conveyor Belt Trying to Board Plane

Plenty of first-time fliers make silly mistakes when navigating the maze that is an airport. There are so many hoops to jump through before actually boarding the plane, it’s a miracle anyone makes it to their destination without hitting any snags at all. But one woman has gone viral for trying to...
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A 21-Year-Old from California Became the Youngest Person to Visit Every Country in the World

For many people, the highlight of being 21 is the ability to legally down a bunch of Dollaritas during happy hour. For Lexie Alford her highlight was a bit more involved. On May 31 Alford became the youngest person to visit every country in the world, al 196 of them. A post shared by Lexie Alford...
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Sicily, Italy

You Can Buy an Italian Home in Sicily for $1

You could own a home in the Italian countryside for less than $2, but there’s a catch. Mussomeli, a small village in the hills of Sicily, has dozens homes for sale that cost 1 euro, or about $1.12, but they are all abandoned fixer-uppers, according to CNBC . The homes are being sold by a city-run...
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A sign pointing the way to the pub

This Pub Will Let You Drink in the Nude

A historic London pub wants you to enjoy happy hour in the buff. The Coach & Horses, a pub that’s been around since 1847, has been granted a nudity license which allows patrons to throw back pints completely naked. No shirt, no pants, no underwear, no problem. Alastair Choat has owned the bar...
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A Southwest airplane

These Are the Airlines People Like Most

While you might lose money going through security, flying the friendly skies has allegedly gotten a little bit friendlier. A new survey of air travelers has found that customer satisfaction is at an all-time high. For the seventh year in a row, J.D. Power ‘s North America Airline Satisfaction Study...
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2 men at a TSA checkpoint at an airport

Passengers Left Nearly $1 Million at Airport Security Last Year

Passing through airport security can cost you a pretty penny. According to a new report released by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), travelers left behind a total of $960,105.49 in the plastic bins at security checkpoints around the country last year. And while some of the money is...
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Floyd's Pelican Bar in the middle of the Caribbean Sea

Dream Job: A Bar in the Middle of the Caribbean Sea Is Looking for Someone to Come Bartend for a Week

Lots companies offer up “dream jobs’ for the summer— petting puppies , flying first class , stuff like that. Here’s a new one: pouring drinks in paradise. Floyd’s Pelican Bar, a Jamaican watering hole in the middle of the water is looking for a bartender to fill in the bar’s owner (that would be...
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A rendering of a Lilium jet flying over New York City

An Air Taxi Company Just Launched a Five Seat, Self-Flying Air Taxi

We’re a step closer to the future the Jetsons promised us all as the electric air taxi startup Lilium gave a successful liftoff to its five-seat electric jet. Flying cars here we come? As The Verge reported , the Lilium air taxi comes equipped with 36 electric jet engines, which tilt up for takeoff...
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