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    Look, it's past time you stopped pretending. 

    Despite the painstakingly curated LinkedIn profile, Twitter bio worded just so, and daily effort to convince yourself otherwise, deep down you know the truth: Your job is a meaningless grind — it's only redeeming feature being the distraction it provides as you ceaselessly march yet another day closer to death. And oh boy is Panasonic totally here for that!

    Say hello to Wear Space, a mule-like blinder system seemingly designed to fully complete your metamorphosis into company workhorse. How does it work, you ask? Well, according to the folks at Panasonic, it's simple: Wear Space limits your ability to observe the real world — like, say, your view through the office window of that beautiful magnolia tree whose spring buds offered the slightest tinge of hope that you too could one day be reborn into something beautiful.  Read more...

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    There have been a bunch of celebrities that have made their mark with some pretty iconic outfits this year. And now with Halloween just around the corner, the timing couldn't be more perfect to look towards them for a little inspiration.

    The pressure of trying to find the perfect costume can be annoyingly stressful, and we've all been there at some point. But celebrity costumes are an easy way to getting around this kind of dilemma.  

    To make it easier for you, we have gathered a handful of celebrities to dress as this Halloween. From Cher to the Fab Five, take a look at some of the absolute best celebs to impersonate this year. Read more...

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    Boston Dynamics' SpotMini recently learned how to hit the moves on the dance floor. Its moves have gone viral on YouTube and just go to show how far robot technology has advanced.  Read more...

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    It's a great time to be a coffee fiend, y'all.

    When it comes to getting your daily caffeine dose, heading over to your local coffee shop can feel convenient — until it doesn't. (AKA when you suddenly realize you're spending $40 a week on coffee. Oops.) 

    That, my friends, is why having a coffee maker at home is a worthwhile luxury. The great news? Walmart has a bunch of these coffee makers on sale, all for less than $150.

    Ninja Coffee Bar with Auto IQ and Thermal Carafe — $55 off

    We all know about the Ninja blender — but do you know about the Ninja Coffee Bar? This thing is basically everything you need to create your own in-home coffee shop and it's currently $55 off. With a variety of brew options, you can pretty much create any coffeehouse drink you want, whether it's hot, iced, or frozen. Plus, you can brew the amount you actually need, whether it's just a cup or a full 43-ounce carafe. It also comes with Auto-IQ One Touch Intelligence, meaning you don't need to play guessing games when it comes to filling the water tank. It just knows. The thermal carafe is a nice touch as well: your pot will stay hot for hours. Read more...

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