The Travel

The 10 Cities With The Worst Roach Infestation

Are you looking to move to a new location? If so, you might want to consider whether or not the city you’re looking at has issues with pests such as roaches. When people begin to search for a new place to live, it can be easy to overlook something like the number of bugs in a given area.

If you’re traveling somewhere that is warm and humid all year long; then you’re probably going to run into roaches more often than you would in colder areas. In general, that’s not the first thing you consider in the city at large. We’re taking a look at the 10 cities with the worst roach infestations, according to

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The Gamer

10 Games To Play If You Loved Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is the latest and most ambitious Assassin’s Creed game in the franchise. In it, you get to choose between playing Kassandra or Alexios and go on a mission to reunite your family in addition to taking down the formidable Cult of Kosmos. The game is an epic adventure and open-world roleplaying game.

You’ll spend many hours searching every nook and cranny of the beautiful sprawling world of Ancient Greece. There are even fantasy elements in the game that involve the grandeur of Greek mythology. If you loved the game, here are ten other games you should check out!

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The Gamer

10 Games To Play If You Loved Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 is easily one of the most popular games of the last year, if not the last decade. It is a Revisionist-Western action-adventure, open-world roleplaying game from Rockstar and a prequel to another popular Western game, the first Red Dead Redemption.

In the new prequel game, you play as outlaw Arthur Morgan who is attempting to figure out how to save the Old West from crumbling into chaos. You can explore a vast terrain, embark on side quests, go after collectibles, hunt, fish, and tons more. It is one of the most epic and ambitious RPGs of all time. If you loved it, here are ten other games you should try playing.

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1428 Elm

Harry Potter: Innocent children’s literature or Satanic bible?

1999 called, they want their headline back. Yes, a Tennesse Catholic school has banned Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire from their school library.

The year might be 2019, but this Catholic school in Tennessee is still adhering to rules that expired more than a decade ago. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire has been banned from their library. According to Entertainment Weekly, the reason is due to the  pastor believing reading them risks “conjuring evil spirits.”

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, it was customary to read an article about schools banning seemingly innocent books. Many religious public schools would block any book they deemed provocative or potentially controversial.

The last I checked, Harry Potter was a reasonably innocuous book series, not the Necromonicon.

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Machu Picchu

There are so many wondrous marvels in our world that it’s hard to figure out where to begin when planning a vacation or excursion. A great place to start is in trying to see the many wonders of the world. Machu Picchu, located in Peru, is an ancient creation by the Incan people.

It is a mysterious set of ruins that many tourists flock to year after year. There are hidden temples and plenty of incredible secrets to be found if you visit. Read up on some of the histories before you go because there is lots to learn about this hidden gem. Here are ten things you didn’t know about Machu Picchu for starters!

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Hidden Remote

The Secret Lives of Cheerleaders: 5 cheertastic scenes from the film

Lifetime kicks off its Cheer, Rally, Kill line-up with The Secret Lives of Cheerleaders. Move over Regina George! Katrina is here to slay.

Denise Richards stars in the first film of Lifetime’s highly-anticipated Cheer, Rally, Kill line-up. The Secret Lives of Cheerleaders follows Ava (Savannah May) and her mother, Candice (Richards) as they relocate into a new town.

It has been almost two years since Ava’s father passed away. Since his passing, Ava has struggled with drugs and alcohol to cope with her grief. Candice believes relocating to a new town and school will give Ava the fresh start she needs.

Unfortunately, the new school doesn’t have a dance team, which used to be Ava’s passion. She’ll have to make do with trying out for the mighty Lions cheer team where she comes face to face with the Queen Bee herself, Katrina (Allie DeBerry).

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