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Spring forward, indeed.

On Sunday March 8, 2015, most of America will be setting clocks forward one hour. (Way to be rebels, Arizona and Hawaii.) It often reopens the annual questions, discussions, and debates around the purpose of Daylight Saving Time. Why do we even need it anymore? Isn’t it about farmers or something? Is it a clock-industry conspiracy to get us to buy timepieces we don’t need?

We don’t care about any of this. Our only focus is the sheer number of clocks that require changing. Credit modern technology with making the shift somewhat easier, since cell phones and computers update automatically. But there’s always other...

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Perfect things for that special someone with a morbid or sassy sense of humor.

This Valentine’s Day, you could go the standard route and buy a box of chocolates, bouquet of flowers, heart-patterned boxers, and thoughtful card. Or you could get creative with the holiday based on a bow-wielding Greek god named Cupid whose arrows fill intended targets with uncontrollable desire.

The following gifts might not inspire “uncontrollable desire,” but they should put a smile on the object of your affection’s face this V-day.

Have A Heart…Made Of Chocolate

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Shopping before a big storm hits is sort of like shopping when you're hungry. Mistakes are often made.

When the news breaks of a massive storm, the first thing people do is rush out to stock up on whatever they can grab. People converge on every supermarket and hardware store and go hog wild. While some of the purchases are completely sound and sensible, there’s also a lot of regret after the weather passes.

Here are a few things you might want to avoid.

Finally, an end-of-year list that has nothing to do with Ebola.

It’s been an eventful year so take some time to reflect with some helpful, instructional, and just downright fun Everplans stories from 2014.

1. Shhhh...It’s A Secret

How To Eliminate All The Skeletons In Your Closet After You Die

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