CULT OF TQ
Monday, October 26, 2015
How To Get On A Venmo Watchlist
The Offshore Game Of Online Sports Betting, How To Get On The Venmo Watchlist And Other News, Craft Beer Doesn't Get Much More Craft Than This, Medication Errors Happen In Surgeries A Lot, As The Seas Rise, You Suck At Roasting Pumpkin Seeds
The Daily Digg
October 26, 2015
BEATING THE ODDS
The Offshore Game Of Online Sports Betting
The story of Pinnacle Sports is a case study in how bookmaking sites, illegal in the United States, manage to operate on American soil.
WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEKEND
How To Get On The Venmo Watchlist And Other News
We know you spent all weekend picking out the perfect wig, mom jeans and jumpsuit for your sexy Kim Davis Halloween costume. Catch up with all the content you missed with What You Missed This Weekend.
BEER WE DIGG
Craft Beer Doesn't Get Much More Craft Than This
Tried all the classic craft beers? You definitely haven't tried these yet: handcrafted, small batch, single release beers designed by award-winning homebrewers, brought to you by Noble Brewer. And there's a special offer for Digg readers.
Medication Errors Happen In Surgeries A Lot
In a recent study, Half of all surgeries observed involved some kind of drug error. More anesthesia please?
FINDING OUR SEA LEGS
As The Seas Rise
In the age of manmade climate change, rethinking the way we live is a given. But retreat is often considered a four-letter word, especially on the coasts. When people move, tax revenue disappears, property values drop, and social infrastructure fractures. Nearby communities begin to worry about repercussions for their housing markets, and their ability to pay civil servants from a smaller tax base.
OPEN PUMPKIN SURGERY
You Suck At Roasting Pumpkin Seeds
You go through life and you do your best and every once in a while you marvel at the miracle of modern medicine.
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Mongolian indigenous women take part in an archery demonstration during the first day of competition at the World Indigenous Games, in Palmas, Brazil, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015. Billed as the indigenous Olympics, the games are expected to attract nearly 2,000 athletes from dozens of Brazilian ethnicities, as well as from such far-flung nations as Ethiopia and New Zealand.
Credit: (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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