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Sell These Items And Make Thousands Of Dollars Now!

You know what else is cool apart from online purchasing? Selling things online and making lots of money! What do you really have to do? That’s what I thought. Here’s the list and you know what you need to do! You’re welcome.Game BoysIf you’re a 90s kid, then chances are that you have these bad boys laying somewhere around the house, and probably soaking in the dust. But what if I tell you that you can actually sell them for $750? What if I tell you that it’s possible that if they’re in good condition, you might even make up to $4,000! It’s ridiculous, right? Well, make the most of this ridiculousness.Antique Cookie JarCookie jars from the 40s and 50s are real money-makers! You don’t believe me? Reyne Hirsch will back us up, and you know what? She is PBS' Antiques Roadshow evaluator! So, what’s stopping you from hitting a jackpot?Vintage Perfume BottlesYou must have heard about fetishes related to perfumes and specific odors – but I bet that you’re hearing about vintage perfume bottles for the first time, am I right? Well, believe it or not, but perfume bottles from the late 19th and 18ths century have a lot of admirers today. Apparently, one guy sold a bottle for $8,500!VHS TapesAgain, a product for the 90s kid! There’s a high chance that you have a VHS collection lying around your house and you know what, stop looking at it and start selling it! You can really earn a fortune, trust me on that.Vintage Band T-shirtsWell, I don’t know about others, but if you’re selling vintage band t-shirts, chances are that I might end up being your customer. You have no idea how much some people are obsessed with those t-shirts. In reality, it reminds them of the good old days when we’d jam from highway to hell (pun intended).Christmas OrnamentsSome people are really obsessed with Christmas, and dude, even I don’t understand why – but they are. So, if you think that you have some ornaments lying around your house from your childhood put it up online and you will never guess how much people are willing to pay you for it.Vintage Lunch BoxesDidn’t we love opening up the lunch boxes during the recess period and be surprised by the amazing food we found in there? Well, those memories are ever gold! But you know what made them so incredible? Those lunchboxes! Do you know that those items can be sold for roughly $13,000! Yes, the rich are apparently obsessed with these boxes.Pokémon CardsWell, you can count me in as a customer because these babies are what real wealth looks like. If you’ve been a trader in the past, why not continue your business this pandemic and make some actual money?Old CDsI will take full offense if you think that CDs are ancient fossils. If you’re a true music consumer, you’d have a bunch of CDs lying around the house. And look, if you need to make some quick cash, this is the way to do it! Pick up Micheal Jackson and Coldplay’s EP and make some easy cash online. Old CoinsYes, you heard that right! If you’re a coin collector, you’d be delighted to know that you have a fortune. To give you an example, let me just say that a 200-year-old coin can be sold for at least $200,000, and yes that’s insane! Instead of selling your soul, sell these easy findings from your house!

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Gadgets Under $60 That Will Probably Sell Out Everywhere In 2020

Look, here’s the deal: We’re all locked inside our homes and social distancing is really getting to us. Right now our only defense mechanism is online shopping. It’s really s sad sight to see all our favorite malls shut down. How long has it been? Six months? It’s like we’ve wasted half of the year doing nothing! The only way to endure this God-forsaken time is thorough shopping, and there’s absolutely nothing more rewarding than investing your money on gadgets. Am I right?                                                           Well, lucky for you, We’ve created a list for you that contains some of the best deals out there!1.      Apple AirpodsAirpods are a must-have for any iPhone user and not because there’s currently a rave about it but because they’re super cool and have a long battery life! To be honest, Apple has really outdone itself with this creation because this compact size sounds better than regular earplugs!So, get the AppleAirPods with Wired Charging Case for two reasons: It’s automatically connected and it’s really fun giving commands to Siri. 2.      Snow Look better than ever by whitening your teeth in just 9 minutes! Yes, you heard that right. Purchase Snow’s signature glowing blue mouthpiece today and get the most beautiful smile ever! This LED-activated whitening system helps to remove coffee and smoking stains like a pro. Don’t worry because it doesn’t harm the teeth enamel at all. Your dentist, who by the way is way too expensive, will not kill you. Honestly, you should definitely purchase Snow Teeth Whitening At Home System – The Original All in One Kit for Regular and Sensitive Teeth because it’s safe for not only the enamel but also crowns and braces and veneers! 3.      PhotoStick Looking for a backup to save your photos? Well, think about it, it’s actually a sensible investment. What would you do if tomorrow your laptop crashes and you lose all of your images? What about the memories those pictures carry? Save yourself some trouble and buy this incredibly popular photostick today! It can carry up to 60,000 pictures and videos at a time.  4.      BondicBondic isn’t a glue but it will hold your stuff together like nothing else! First of all, it’s designed to last a lifetime so that’s a bigger commitment than all your relationships combined. It works with literally anything – wood, ceramic, metal plastic, you name it!5.      ScreenKleanAre those patchy fingerprints pet peeve of yours as well? Well, sounds like we’re both on the same boat. Get this incredible carbon molecular technology to remove all of the excess and dirty prints from the screens!6.      Amazon EchoI can bet that you know at least one person who is obsessed with this amazing smart home technology called Amazon Echo. It obeys commands like your younger siblings – of course, without the nagging. It will control your microphone, lights, thermostats, and literally anything and everything. Basically, you can get yourself a personal assistant at $99!7.      KeySmartYou know why you need to get KeySmart? Well, you must know that it’s compact and highly comfortable to carry. You can customize it according to your taste. And also, 2 million people have already bought it, like, they must be thinking about something. 8.      SeedSheetsForget about going vegetable shopping and grow your own stuff. SeedSheets are basically small seed pods that you can use to grow your own vegetables. What are you waiting for? Go organic!9.      TikiTunesHey, this is undoubtedly the best wireless speaker ever! First of all, it’s a crowd-pleaser – yes very annoying! Also, you wouldn’t have to worry about anything because it’s water-resistant. And, it can work for ten hours straight! 10.  FitTrack This amazing app tracks your weight and everything related to health. Want a teaser? Well, it picks up your Body Fat Ratio, Hydration Level, Muscle Mass, Body Mass Index, VisceralFat Index, Subcutaneous Fat, Base Metabolic Rate, Muscle Rate, Bone Mass, and Protein Rate and we can go on and on. Really, give us one reason, why do you not want to invest in this solid purchase?  

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Bill Gates Says COVID-19 Drugs Shouldn’t Be Limited To The Highest Bidder

On Saturday, Microsoft founder and ex-CEO Bill Gates said that whenever the vaccine for COVID-19 is attained, it should go wherever it’s needed instead of being restricted to the highest bidder.“If we just let drugs and vaccines go to the highest bidder, instead of to the people and the places where they are most needed, we’ll have a longer, more unjust, deadlier pandemic. We need leaders to make these hard decisions about distributing based on equity, not just on market-driven factors”Microsoft’s co-founder, Bill Gates played a huge role in transforming society by escorting in the ubiquitous personal computing era. The Bill Gates biography examines the achievements and life of this great American philanthropist and inventor. On 6th July WHO had announced that currently, 21 candidate vaccines are on trial and that many volunteers are currently being tested on. Several public health specialists have noticed the pattern and have warned against “vaccine nationalism” that would restrict it to limited nations. This would be highly problematic because it could lead to dire consequences on the global economy as well as the general public health. Considering this awful situation and the negligence of people in protecting themselves from the virus using reliable products like face shields even after awareness, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has pledged $250 million towards research. Gates wants “to support development of diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines... and help mitigate the social and economic impacts of the virus.”As you may know, Gates had stepped down from his position of CEO in 2020 and ever since he’s been dedicating his time in charity and research. 

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Craving For A Glass Of Wine At Home? Let Us Serve You!

Don't worry, BEER happy….Image Source - Google | Image by ZACH JOHNSTONSince the lockdown began, people have been observed engaging in some unusual-panic buying behaviors. Some wanted to get their hands on toilet paper while others were sweeping off hand sanitizers. But there was another group of people who were more concerned about their drinking cravings and stocking up their carts with tons of wine bottles- like there’s no tomorrow! Back in the pre-coronavirus days, someone who wanted to toss up a cold one could easily head to a nearby liquor store or hit up the bar with friends. But things are a bit different now! Going out knowing coronavirus is out there, means showing red rags to a bull to attack you! You will not only be vulnerable to viral attacks but also risking the lives of your beloved family members. Despite that, who wants to carry five wine bottles, a six-pack of beer, a handle of whiskey, and a few bitters at the bar cart, standing for hours in the line, just for the sake of a long sip of vino! To save yourself a hassle of standing in line for hours, you can always benefit from alcohol delivery. If you’re someone who’s craving for a glass of wine but wishes to get it delivered to your doorstep, then here's the list of the best places from where you can buy alcohol online. Wine.com Image Source - Google | Image by wine.comYou will never be run out of options while shopping at Wine.com. They have a variety of wine selections, you can either browse through the curated lists of regional wines or choose from your favorite deals. They also offer a list of wine accessories such as gift baskets and glassware to add-on with your wine bottles. A perfect wine bottle should have to satisfy all your five senses, it should have a pleasing appearance, good smell, touch and the satisfying “ppsspp” sound on its opening, and online shopping won't give you that liberty! Well, each product at wine.com has a separate page based on its reviews from reliable critics, added information about the vineyard, ingredients and so on. This will allow you to judge a wine bottle through every aspect, and choose the best one for your evening. Craft City Image Source - Google | Image by Steven John and Connie Chen Ever tried a craft beer that holds onto your taste buds - perhaps you tried at your friend’s party or you picked it up while travelling, and then never found it again. Probably, Craft City may have it! The website also offers fizzy drinks, such as craft soda and craft Kombucha. Here you can relish the world’s best craft breweries, right from the most renowned brands like Allagash and Ballast Point to the brands you’ve never come across. The best thing is, you can buy a single bottle instead of full packs, which means you can purchase a stash full of different beers of your choice. It will cost only $10 to $16 for ground shipping. Drizly Image Source -  Google | Image by drizly.comIn collaboration with your liquor stores (local), Drizly delivers wine, spirits, beer and even snacks, mixers, and party supplies at your doorstep. New Yorkers can have a free delivery while they charge only $5 for the delivery in other areas. Drizzly caters around 220 markets countrywide. Pricing and stock availability may vary from one neighborhood to another, but you can get hands-on all the big bars and brands supplies anytime you want. Their prices are exactly as of retailer’s, maybe less. They also run some promotions and deals to save you your valuable money. They have a website and an application too. You can refer to your purchasing history for reordering. ReserveBarImage Source - Google | Image by Owen BurkeReserveBar has everything you want from the top and middle shelf to spirits of any kind, and they will get it delivered to your home. Their deals are exclusively customized for gifting purposes, you can also ask for personal engravings, fancy crystals, gift baskets and glassware sets. If you want someone to feel special-either it’s a family member, friend or colleague - ReserveBar is the place to find a perfect boozing gift! Currently, they are offering free shipping on the purchase of $150 or above by using the code “SHIP150.” So, which place would you go for?  

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Slavery and Sentiments Embodied By Statues

Throughout history, we’ve seen slaves of every race and color. Whether you look into the civilizations of Italy, America, Africa, or India – the trading and ownership of slaves have always been highly prevalent. The truth of the matter is that economies and societies have been largely dependent on the institution of slavery. However, it must be noted that slavery has taken different forms over the year and constitute numerous reasoning. In the last couple of months, the discussion around slavery has taken a consequential tone. Although the literal act of slavery isn’t existent anymore, many would argue that the meaning has transformed and that it’s only invisible to the ones who’ve turned a blind eye. The truth is that slavery hasn’t ended, it has been modernized. The post-colonial mindset is still dictated by discrimination and hierarchy. The brutal murder of George Floyd changed us. His death became a symbol of uproar and protest. It shattered the ignorant bubble that we’ve all lived comfortably in. The Black Community has been through a lot. Even today, they continue to be victims of police brutality and targets of the general racist bigotries. The Black Lives Matter movement existed even before the death of George Floyd but after his murder, this movement has acquired a new meaning, a new motive. It has turned fear into outrage and fury. Source: Twitter It has compelled us to understand the history and how we’re all at fault. Our ancestors have contributed immensely to this inhumane treatment of the Black Community. The leaders and heroes, we’ve all worshipped, have come out as antagonists. This realization dawned on us a little too late. We’ve been praising and idolizing these people for centuries and decades. Some of us were even aware of their wrongdoings and participation in heinous crimes – but we continued to neglect that aspect of their personality, and for that, we’re to be blamed. For example, if you study the root of slavery in ancient India, you’ll observe that it was mainly tied with debt, war booty, and ransom. If you continue your research, you’d find out many Buddhist writings that have actually laid down principles regarding the dos and don’ts of slavery.Before the rise of Islam, the Arab world was leading the slavery business. In fact, it wouldn’t be wrong to suggest that the Arabs were actually pioneers when it came to trading slaves with Europe and Africa. The local population as well as the major Muslim Empires in British India kept Turkic slaves. When you shift geographically, you’ll find slavery very much evident in Africa as well. The reason included the need for plantation labor, war, and debt. The locals would sell people to the Arabs as well as the European traders. Moving forward, when you study the geniuses born in the philosophical world, you’d find out that Aristotle and Plato were owners of slaves. In fact, Aristotle has tried to defend and promote slavery in many of his writings and his justification was later used by the West. The names that supported racism and slavery will shock you; Mahatma Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Charles Dickens, Christopher Columbus, George Washington, and Charles Linn, etc. Source: Daily Mail Yes, Winston Churchill is remembered as the great Prime Minister of Britain, but is it fair to ignore his racist identity? Today Gandhi is a symbol of peace and kindness, but do you know that he was not only a pedophile but also a big supporter of racism? The legacy of Columbus is murky and stained as he was a significant part of the “new world”. How does it feel to know that the founder of the great United States was an ignorant white supremacist? These are just a few, top of the ladder, names that contributed majorly to the disgusting act of enslavement. Of course, the death of George Floyd evoked strong feelings of hatred and disappointment in people. Worshipping these heroes of the past no longer resonates with them as the bad always outweighs their positive influence. Everything is black or white when it comes to slavery and the long bloody history of the black community. This murder has fueled the anger that was burning inside us for centuries. Hence, during the riots (read: peaceful protests), a number of monuments and memorials were destroyed and vandalized.  Some of these were removed with legal support while others were destroyed and butchered despite the official support.  Initially, the activists targeted the monuments of the confederates of America but as the scope of the protest widened, the targets broadened too. For example, statues of Christopher Columbus were removed from all over the United States as he is famous for taking an active part in the abuses against Native Americans. Some even claim that it was his entrance in the United States that began the crime of genocide of Native Americans.    But do you think that the removal of these statues will have any significant impact on the current political and social climate? Is it a statement? Definitely, a strong one! However, does it contribute, productively? That’s questionable. Most of these memorials and statues are commemorated as a memory of a historic event. Leopold Von Ranke – founder of the modern history, once said that “history is about what actually happened and not what we wished had happened.” This statement is actually pretty apt considering that the removal and butchering of these monuments and statues mean nothing. It doesn’t change history. Source: TwitterConsidering these facts, do you still believe that the removal of these statues is effective? Instead, the focus should be directed towards the policies and the legislation. The force should be coerced on the governments and the lawmakers. Strict consequences should be mandated against systemic racism, modern formats of racism should be abolished, racist individuals should be named and shamed, and the consequences should remain tactile and tangible."My response to racism is anger. I have lived with that anger, ignoring it, feeding upon it, learning to use it before it laid my visions to waste, for most of my life. Once I did it in silence, afraid of the weight. My fear of anger taught me nothing. Your fear of that anger will teach you nothing, also." – Audre Lorde, The Uses of Anger: Women Responding to Racism.The movement has become stronger in the recent past, and it's essential that we don't lose perspective. We must continue to engage in these debates and confront racism head-on. The fight has only just begun!     

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Inspirational Books About Being Black in America For Young Adults and Teens

In the wake of the murder of George Floyd followed by the massive protests nationwide, a fundamental divergence of knowledge and opinions were observed among people. These events not only trigger the need for discussions and awareness but also pushed people to educate themselves about how and what leads to racial discrimination in the country. The need for discussion and enlightenment about these issues has become more important than ever before! Educating yourself about the world’s history and the country has become indispensable in America, especially now, when the country is already facing rising issues of racism and police brutalities against people of color, every day. Just by digging through the history books, you can get to know why people are upset, why they are out on the streets and revolting. It’s about time when you need to be fully aware, or if know any teen or tween, you must encourage them to know about black history and race in America. There are a variety of young adult (YA) nonfiction and creative fiction pieces that beautifully handle topics like black history and racism. If you are one of the blacks who is living in the dark but wish to break free from America’s relentless suppression, then here is a list of New York Times bestseller books on race and racism that will open up the mind of young and adults, together. Read these books and believe in yourself that one day you will change the future. “Ghost Boys” By Jewell Parker RhodesThis inspiring novel is redolent of the real-life incident involving the murder of Tamir Rice, a 12-year old boy who was killed in Cleveland by a white police officer, he was mistaken of carrying a real gun that was actually a toy. Rhodes’ novel narrates a story of a 12-year old boy, named Jerome, who was killed in a similar manner. This story raises awareness about other “ghost boys”, who are roaming in our society, attempting to stop the similar killings. “Brown Girl Dreaming” by Jacqueline WoodsonAuthor Jacqueline narrates the story of her own childhood growing up in the 1960s and 70s, amid the Civil Rights movement. “Brown Girl Dreaming” reflects on our history which has taken a new perspective, especially today during Black Lives Matter movement in the country.“Just Mercy” by Bryan StevensonIn this young Adult adapted edition of “Just Mercy”, author Stevenson narrates his inspiring story of establishing the Equal Justice Initiative, legal assistance for those who are wrongly convicted and in desperate need for representatives.“Stamped: Racism, Anti-Racism, and You,” by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. KendiReynolds, a well-known young-adult writer, produced a reportrayed of Kendi’s 600-page bestseller for younger readers. From slavery to the “war on drugs”, this book reflects how racism has a significant role in the country's policies. “You Should See Me In a Crown,” by Leah JohnsonLeah Johnson’s novel revolves around a story of a young and ambitious girl, Liz, who dreams to become a doctor but insufficient finances for college limits her options. Though, she is still hell-bent to make her dream come true by availing a scholarship that her college awards to the students who become Prom king and queen. Black in America: The Paradox of the ColorlineAs the twentieth century begins, the black pre-eminent sociologist, DuBois recognized that the color line is a great problem in America. The book is a sociology of the experience of the Black American. It discusses that to be black in a country like America is to live amongst a range of contradictions: abject poverty between profound wealth, racial regression and progress, discriminatory policing along with equal protection under the law. In addition to these, Black in America: A Broadview Topics readers, Black Enough: Stories of being Young & Black in America, Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America are some of the other Amazon bestselling Books on Black history to get the broader view on the factors contributing to the rising issues of racism in the United States.

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