Aussie internet sensation Michelle Jenneke bounces back onto our screens and into our hearts with her illness-curing, relationship-mending moves.
As if shooting 60% from the three point line and averaging 12 points per game isn't impressive enough for a high schooler, Zach Hodskins does it all with one hand. The junior guard has been without his left hand since birth, but that hasn't stopped him from succeeding on the court and nabbing some recruits from Division I schools.
When you have a great mattress you look forward to nothing more than going to bed at the end of a long day and you probably even catch yourself day dreaming about it as you sit at your desk at work. But if you have a beat-up mattress that should have been replaced years ago and dread dragging yourself into your old lumpy mattress only to wake with the same nagging aches and pains from a poor night's sleep then it's time to upgrade your sleep game. Leesa is ready to help, with a 100% American-made mattresses that features 3 premium foam layers. There's a 6-inch dense core support foam for durability, 2-inch memory foam middle layer for body contouring, and a 2-inch Avena foam top later that keeps you cool. Your Leesa mattress ships directly to you in a compressed box and includes a 100-night risk free trial with free shipping.
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When it comes to a Scotch on the rocks, the ice is just as important as the whiskey. That's why the Ice Baller Double has teamed up with The Macallan to create the perfect accompaniment to your drink. Unlike most ice molds that deliver cloudy and imperfect ice, this one uses directional freezing to remove all air bubbles and impurities for crystal-clear spheres. The device also ensures you the ideal size and shape, creating slow-melting ice balls that'll keep your drink colder longer, without watering it down. The special edition is available for a limited time in a sleek matte black package.
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With all of the attention that online bulling and trolling have acquired, PBS Off Book is using their series and the expertise of Professor Alice Marwick, Lecturer Whitney Phillips, and Harvard's Andy Sellars to try to explain what free speech means online.