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There's nothing technically illegal about getting paid to beat someone up with their permission, as long as you don't touch their gabbles.
It's a brutal sport where the fox never dies instantly, and sometimes, when you're there, only pieces of the animal remain.
If you've had a blast in Las Vegas recently, rule number one is what happened there stays there. Rule number two is you thank a mormon.
In roughly 80 percent of the countries on Earth, people eat insects, so we sat down with one man who has made it his life's work to get Americans to eat more bugs.
Like millions of other kids under deferred action, I was brought to the US at the age of two. And even with protection from deportation, the path of permanent legal status continues to be a nightmarish, unfinished road.
You know that moment when the alarm goes off and all you can think is
It may seem like we're intentionally seeking out just the grossest, most horrifying jobs in the world for these articles, but we assure you we're not doing it on purpose.
While they were busy getting degrees, raising families and starting careers, a civil war snuck up and slapped the people of Ukraine right in their pants.
Purebred dogs: A noble idea that has gone horribly wrong in recent years.
America loves the idea of its soldiers. But the thing is that real human beings are coming back from war zones with a long list of nightmarish health problems that pretty much nobody wants to hear about.
When your students have physical conditions that make it difficult for them to even sit in a chair or hold a pencil, an already thankless job is taken to a whole other level.
Unless you're made of stone, taking other people's cash will sometimes make you feel like the biggest bastard in the world.
As anybody who's sadly tried to suck the last of the whipped cream out of the can can attest, nitrous oxide can get you high. And, like any powerful drug, it breeds its own kind of addicts.
Nothing important ever goes away -- it just evolves -- and today the tradition of ratcatching lives on through professional exterminators and amateur rat-hunting groups.
A world without sniffing farts seems promising at first, but here's the stinking truth.