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Filth is everywhere. It's inescapable, even on things we'd assume are clean and healthy to use - like weights at the gym, or soda fountain spigots, or even your own belt. Maybe carrying around some Purell isn't such a bad idea after all...

CSMaNa asked: What is dirtier than people realize?

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We've all seen those survival shows where people try to brave the most inhospitable environments. But how sound are their tactics? If there were no TV crews, would they make it? The truth may surprise you.

GayPeterParker asked: What "survival tip" should you NEVER use?

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Have you ever had a rule changed because you were too good at violating it? How about a company or school policy that never made any sense in the first place? Sometimes even the best-intended guidelines don't really work, and the lessons are usually learned the hard way.

free__soul asked: People who were the reasons for certain rules what is your story?

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The best shows on television are those that yank our emotions across the spectrum, and the sad stuff is often what hits us the hardest. And yet, we can't get enough or look away.

nebukakke asked: What's the saddest moment from a TV show in your opinion?

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You don't need to be a Dungeons & Dragons expert to appreciate savage game play when you see it. But to the people who play in these digital worlds, do you ever think - could *we* be nothing more than someone's avatar, existing only for entertainment?

IllGandalf73 asked DnD players of Reddit: What's the most awesome or evil thing you've ever accomplished?

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