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30 Most Impressive Accessible and Inclusive Playgrounds

All children deserve to experience the thrill and escapism of meaningful physical play. What’s more, it just takes a bit of thought and planning, and everyone can enjoy the exhilaration and magic that arguably only playgrounds can produce. Of course, more than anything it’s about social interaction – and in this respect no child should be left on the sidelines. Play parks without proper wheelchair access and equipment suitable for all visitors – including those with special needs – are starting to seem like relics from the past. Here we look at 30 of the most impressive accessible and inclusive playgrounds from around the world.

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The 15 Douchiest Things Justin Bieber Has Ever Done

List of the douchiest things Justin Bieber has ever done. From abandoning his own pet monkey in Germany to showing up with a 20 person entourage to guest-host SNL, the Biebs has done quite a few questionable things in recent history. There comes a time in most young famous peoples' lives when their "acting out" incidents become more and more frequent and the public reaction starts to move away from, "Aw, he probably didn't know any better," to "Ah! What a douchebag!"

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10 Hand Gestures You Should Know When Traveling

Your tickets are bought. Your bags are packed, then re-packed. You have an itinerary, a passport, and maybe a travel partner. Or maybe you're throwing five things in a backpack at the last minute and booking it out of town. Regardless of your travel methodology (or lack thereof), the excitement of some time away from the daily grind is supremely enticing. When you travel the world, you should feel privileged to experience new sights, sounds, food. Breathe the local culture with a deep inhale. Make some new friends. A word of advice, though: make sure that you've done appropriate research on interpersonal nuances. Some things back home don't mean the same things abroad. For example, body positioning and hand gestures.

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10 Greatest Novelists Who Started Their Careers as Teachers

They say that those who can, do, and those who can’t, teach. Yet these great novelists show that a teaching career is entirely compatible with success and critical acclaim. Each of these renowned and respected novelists started their career as teachers and, in some cases, even used their experiences as inspiration in their novels.

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3 Unbelievable Food Stamp Statistics in America

Food stamps cover steak, lobster, and caviar. Yesterday, I made an image to post on Facebook explaining this, and it went viral. As of right now, almost 2,000 people have shared it, and plenty of people have reacted in anger, explaining that I hate the poor. I’ve deleted several comments telling me to go to Hell, telling me I’m a Nazi, and telling me I hate babies. This is, of course, absurd. But let’s ignore the angry rhetoric and look at what’s actually going on when it comes to food stamps. People are horrified to talk about this, because they’ll instantly be labeled bad words, and theft has become a way of life in a post-bailout America.

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10 Tips for Success in Everything

In 2007 I started Listverse with no idea what it might become. I have been through a lot with the site—professionally and personally. Over the years I have read copious amounts of books to help me make the right decisions for the site. This list is a summary of the best advice I have found for starting with nothing and trying to build something. I hope that this will be useful for some of our followers who are hoping to get away from the mainstream and create something new of their own.

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30 Signs That The United States Of America Is Being Turned Into A Giant Prison

If you live in the United States of America, you live in a giant prison where liberty and freedom are slowly being strangled to death. In this country, the control freaks that run things are obsessed with watching, tracking, monitoring and recording virtually everything that we do. Nothing is private anymore. Everything that you do on the Internet is being monitored. All of your phone calls are being monitored. In fact, if law enforcement authorities suspect that you have done something wrong, they will use your cell phone microphone to listen to you even when you think your cell phone is turned off. In many areas of the country, when you get into your car automated license plate readers track you wherever you go, and in many major cities when you are walking on the streets a vast network of security cameras and "smart street lights" are constantly watching you and listening to whatever you say. The TSA is setting up "internal checkpoints" all over the nation, Homeland Security is encouraging all of us to report any "suspicious activity" that our neighbors are involved in and the federal government is rapidly developing "pre-crime" technology that will flag us as "potential terrorists" if we display any signs of nervousness. If you are flagged as a "potential terrorist", the U.S. military can arrest you and detain you for the rest of your life without ever having to charge you with anything. Yes, the United States of America is rapidly being turned into a "Big Brother" prison grid, and most Americans are happily going along with it.

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The 6 Worst Credit Cards For People With Bad Credit

If you have a FICO score of lower than 600, you are considered to be someone with bad credit. One way to rebuild your credit is by getting a credit card and using it wisely. Knowing this, various credit card providers offer cards designed specifically for people with bad credit. While most of these cards come with high fees, interest rates, or restrictions, some are still recognizably better than others. Instead of helping people to rebuild their financial lives, some cards do more harm than good by charging exorbitant interest rates and hidden fees.

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Top 10 Sea Survivors

I have always been fascinated by people that survived extreme situations. I always wondered how long I would be able to survive if I was lost on a snow-covered mountain or ledge-locked on a cliff or trapped in the middle of the ocean on a raft. The answer is – it depends. It all depends on how prepared you are for the situation, or even how lucky you are. The simplest of things could end up saving your life, like a nail or a piece of string. It was surprising to learn that almost all the people from this list were rescued just in time except, in my opinion, the longest survivors. Thousands of people have been lost at sea, never to be seen or heard from again, but yet, there are a small handful that survive against every odd. One of the basic rules of survival is three hours without shelter, three days without water and three weeks without food. Could you prove this rule wrong?

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11 Reasons to Date a Dog Owner

When looking for a potential mate, we’re always on the look out for traits that make them stand out in a positive way. Studies have found that men and women that own dogs tend to be more social, active and thoughtful; all great traits when it comes to the dating world. Owning a dog teaches you how to care for another being which in turn helps develop your character. In fact, choosing to own a dog can also uncover an underlying personality preference to spend one’s alone time with a social, curious and giving creature. Read on for 11 stellar reasons to date a dog owner.

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15 Places To Go Before They Get Famous

It's easy to see why modern travelers feel so burnt out: our globalized world is littered with tourist traps, letdowns, overrated destinations and just plain crowds. But what if you could get out ahead of the curve and visit a place BEFORE it started swarming with other humans? Visit these rising stars now, and one day you'll proudly say, "I knew them when..."

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Top 10 Easter Dinner Recipes

Browse our editors' top picks for a delectable Easter feast, from ham and lamb roasts to fresh spring vegetable sides and sweet strawberry desserts, and visit our Guide to Easter Dinner for holiday menus, tips, and more Easter recipes.

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