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Nintendo Switch Off to Wobbly Start as Pricing, Timing Unveiled
Nintendo Switch Off to Wobbly Start as Pricing, Timing Unveiled

Nintendo Co.'s new Switch gaming console is off to an underwhelming start.

The new machine, a tablet-sized device with wireless controllers that can be used anywhere but also connects to TVs, will go on sale March 3 at a price of $300, with a brand-new Zelda game as its launch title. None of that, however, was enough to convince investors that it will be a big moneymaker for the Kyoto-based company, whose shares fell 5.8 percent to 23,750 yen after Nintendo executives held a presentation in Tokyo on Friday.
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Watch This Father And Son Start Their Day Together With A Positive Morning Affirmation Pledge
Watch This Father And Son Start Their Day Together With A Positive Morning Affirmation Pledge
Many students recite the Pledge of Allegiance every morning as soon as they get to school. One second-grader, Joshua Williams, begins his day with a pledge of allegiance to himself. "It just lays the foundation and the expectations for what he is to do and become," Joshua's father, Jenabu Williams, told A Plus.
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Here's How You Defrost Your Windscreen In Super Fast Time
Here's How You Defrost Your Windscreen In Super Fast Time

I watched by housemate defrosting his car windscreen using his hands for a good 10 minutes this morning out of my living room window, and boy did he not look to be having fun.

I mean I'm usually a fan of a bit of schadenfreude, but even I felt sorry for the guy. Why didn't he just get one of those scrapers out?
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29 Times a Student's Test Answer Made Us LOL
29 Times a Student's Test Answer Made Us LOL
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Chris Pratt Pretended To Mess Up a Magic Trick And Left Jennifer Lawrence Dumbfounded
Chris Pratt Pretended To Mess Up a Magic Trick And Left Jennifer Lawrence Dumbfounded

Chris Pratt appeared on BBC1's Graham Norton Show with his Passengers co-star Jennifer Lawrence.

Norton handed Pratt a set of cards and asked him to do some magic.
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What a Donkey Knows About Autism
What a Donkey Knows About Autism
Hal Walter uses burro racing to help his son with autism.
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A Forgotten Adventure With a Telepathic Tribe
A Forgotten Adventure With a Telepathic Tribe
Near the top of a mountain in the Peruvian Andes is a small lake named Laguna McIntyre. This is the source of the Amazon River, so named for the National Geographic photographer, writer, and prolific explorer who made the discovery. "Amazing is the word heard most often at National Geographic headquarters to describe Loren McIntyre, who surmounts all obstacles with ease," read a 1987 editor's note marking his 70th birthday.
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Design Your Own Pop-Up Hotel and Sleep Literally Anywhere in the World
Design Your Own Pop-Up Hotel and Sleep Literally Anywhere in the World
For your next vacation, forget about taking inspiration from Instagram. You're going to go where nobody has been before, on a trip that nobody has ever taken--and that nobody after you will ever take again.
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The Fight to Save the Amazon
The Fight to Save the Amazon
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Eat Like a King With Poor Man's Filet Mignon
Eat Like a King With Poor Man's Filet Mignon

Do you have a rich man’s taste and a poor man’s wallet? Join the club! But being pocket-poor doesn’t mean your taste buds need to suffer when there’s steak to be had. Feast your eyes on the Poor Man’s Fillet Mignon.

No, this is no magic trick, and you won’t be shelling out large quantities of cash to sample a succulent piece of steak that’s beyond your price point. You’ll simply be trying a tip from Jack Scalfani of the Cooking With Jack Show that allows the average Joe (not Jack) to eat like a king, turning a sow’s ear into a silk purse…or a cheaper cut of beef into a melt-in-your mouth meal.

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