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McDonald's extra value meals may not always be a good deal

Share Tweet Pin Email Do you think you'll get a deal just because the word "value" appears in the product name? Think again. It may be easier to just cheat out when driving through a McDonald's drive-through, but if you're trying to save a small coin, brake and think about ordering your food a la carte. If you try every …

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Hearthstone & # 39; s Ben Brode: "If you knew how good a card is when you look at it, we do not need an equilibrium team."

The Hearthstone Subreddit reacts to Warlock's new cards. No one loves Hearthstone more than Ben Brode. This is a well-known fact that can also be empirically proven: just hang it on a microphone and count the decibel. The game director's enthusiasm for what his team creates is unrivaled; When he laughs, the room shivers. Right now he has a good …

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Robert Griffin III officially joins Ravens and says, "I have not felt so good since leaving college."

Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Robert Griffin III addresses the media Wednesday. (Patrick Semansky / AP) Robert Griffin III officially rejoined the NFL on Wednesday, signed the one-year contract he and the Baltimore Ravens had agreed last week, saying his off-season season is joining him helped a player. This access for RGIII was unlike in the past, more restrained and restrained, …

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GTA 5 could be as good as it was for Rockstar – GameSpot Daily

Tuesday again? No problem. From GTA 5 and Dark Souls Remastered to Lootboxing and A Link between the Worlds, we have another episode of GameSpot Daily that's up and running in 30 minutes or less. First, Rockstar North's former president, Leslie Benzies, has a bit of a hitch with his lawsuit against Take-Two. The boss of Grand Theft Auto 5 …

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The Good Friday Agreement in the Age of Brexit

It's been 20 years since the Good Friday Agreement officially ended a period in Northern Ireland that was perhaps too understatedly known as "The Troubles." The three-decade conflict provoked Protestants seeking to protect Northern Ireland's status as part of the United Kingdom against Catholic Republicans trying to leave Britain and join the Republic of Ireland. The fighting between the paramilitaries …

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Why tax season is good (and bad) for the health of Americans

Diana Farrell is president and CEO of the JPMorgan Chase Institute, which publishes data analytics and insights using proprietary transactional data. Previously, Diana was Deputy Director of the National Economic Council and Global Director of the McKinsey Center for Government and the McKinsey Global Institute. The opinions expressed are their own. The deadline for filing the tax return for 2017 …

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From some war to uncertain peace: Northern Ireland's Good Friday Agreement will be 20 years old

(The Conversation is an independent and not-for-profit source for news, analysis and commentary by academic experts.) John W. Mackey, Boston University (THE CONVERSATION) In 1988, one of the most divisive Protestant Northern Ireland Politicians stood up and called Pope John Paul II, who spoke to the European Parliament: "I denounce you as Antichrist!" Perhaps nothing could have more clearly symbolized …

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