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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Trump Refuses to Watch ‘Disgraceful’ NBA – But His Voters Are

Trump Refuses to Watch ‘Disgraceful’ NBA – But His Voters Are

Most NBA players are kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality and the need for social justice activism. Donald Trump isn’t happy about it. While he claims the protests will hurt the NBA’s ratings, the data tells a different story. Donald Trump has never been shy about sharing his feelings on athletes kneeling…
Prince Harry’s Life ‘Turned Upside Down’ – But He Only Has Himself to Blame

Prince Harry’s Life ‘Turned Upside Down’ – But He Only Has Himself to Blame

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have barely been in Los Angeles for a month. Already, Harry is reportedly complaining that his life has been turned upside down. How long before the Prince longs for a return to the life he knows? When Meghan Markle dragged Prince Harry to Los Angeles, every royal commentator wondered how…
Airline Stocks Glimpse Daylight with Stunning Profits in South Korea

Airline Stocks Glimpse Daylight with Stunning Profits in South Korea

South Korea’s two biggest airlines posted surprising profits in the $90 million to $130 million range in Q2. The local sector focused on expanding cargo transportation by nearly 100%. The demand for cargo throughout the pandemic led to surprising operating profits. Airline stocks have fallen substantially since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the pandemic…
Lou Holtz Is a Cringe-Fest: Someone Cancel Him for His Own Good

Lou Holtz Is a Cringe-Fest: Someone Cancel Him for His Own Good

As annoying as the “Cancel Culture” can be, it has a chance to punish someone who really needs canceling, Lou Holtz. After getting roasted for comparing the Normandy invasion during WWII to playing football once before, he did it again. Holtz no longer deserves anyone’s attention. At one time, Lou Holtz ranked among the best…
Sony Delays The Last of Us Part II – Is Ghost of Tsushima Next?

Sony Delays The Last of Us Part II – Is Ghost of Tsushima Next?

SIE has announced that it is delaying The Last of Us Part II. Sony and Naughty Dog point to logistical hurdles linked to the coronavirus pandemic as the reason for the decision. There is currently no alternative release date. Sony Interactive Entertainment announced today that it is delaying the launch of Naughty Dog’s The Last…
Star Citizen Developer Bleeds Cash as Legal Woes Escalate

Star Citizen Developer Bleeds Cash as Legal Woes Escalate

Game engine creator Crytek has filed to reschedule the trial for its ongoing lawsuit with Star Citizen creator Cloud Imperium Games (CIG). CIG’s legal jockeying does not bode well for gamers who have waited nine years to play the space epic. CIG is bleeding money and needs to become profitable soon. Star Citizen is now…
Trump’s GOP Is a Cult – But Not for the Reason Joe Walsh Thinks

Trump’s GOP Is a Cult – But Not for the Reason Joe Walsh Thinks

Conservative talk radio host Joe Walsh has officially ended his bid to primary President Donald Trump. The “Never Trumper” says the president “can’t be stopped” within the GOP. That’s because the Republican Party “has become a cult.” But there’s nothing extraordinary about the Trump GOP. According to cult experts, both political parties resemble cults in…
Forget the Dow, Gold Is a Safer Bet

Forget the Dow, Gold Is a Safer Bet

After falling in concert with the stock market, gold is on the rise. Gold should continue to rise as it takes advantage of monetary policies and low rates. Investors can get exposure to the yellow metal through ETFs. After falling at the start of the coronavirus crisis, gold prices have been rising in the last…
Could Warner Bros.’ Cursed Struggle to Make a Superman Game Be Over?

Could Warner Bros.’ Cursed Struggle to Make a Superman Game Be Over?

Warner Bros. has been working to release a Superman game since 2013. The company axed two known projects in the intervening years. A Superman title could be in the works at either Warner Bros. Games Montreal or Rocksteady Studios. DC’s rich cast of heroes and villains have benefited from the video game treatment in recent…
Bityard Exchange Review

Bityard Exchange Review

The review is done by Evan Ezquer. Evan is a die-hard crypto and blockchain supporter who has written over 200 crypto-focused content for various media companies and his blog. Many investors are anxious to do leverage trading due to the hard-to-grasp technicalities involved. But leverage trading need not be complex. Bityard brings simplicity and ease…

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Has Cyberpunk 2077 Dev Lost Its Reputation as ‘Gaming’s Good Guy’?

Has Cyberpunk 2077 Dev Lost Its Reputation as ‘Gaming’s Good Guy’?

A new report reveals that Cyberpunk 2077 developer CD Projekt Red has introduced a mandatory ‘crunch’ six-day work week for employees.The news runs contrary to previous promises from the studio that it is aiming to create a more ‘humane’ workplace with a non-obligatory crunch policy.The report also claims some employees have been working under crunch…
Prince Harry Won’t Lose Royal Title Over a Netflix Deal, So Quit It

Prince Harry Won’t Lose Royal Title Over a Netflix Deal, So Quit It

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix deal continues to have people in an uproar.A “former minister” named Norman Baker is leading the charge to have the Duke of Sussex stripped of his royal title.These calls are getting more and more ridiculous — and sound more like sour grapes than anything else.If you believe the old…
3 Reasons These Train Wreck Debates Won’t Derail An S&P 500 Rally

3 Reasons These Train Wreck Debates Won’t Derail An S&P 500 Rally

Money managers and strategists believe the S&P 500 could rally again before the year’s end, despite the election risk.Historical market cycles show that election debates typically do not cause massive volatility spikes in the stock market.The increasing probability of a stimulus package and the potential overpricing of a contested election makes a rally likely.Some fund…