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  • Scaffolder’s MUM Wades In After ‘Snob’ Artist Posts McDonald’s Pic Of Him With Caption ‘These Guys Look Like They Got 1 GCSE’ And Says She Should ‘Keep Her Mouth Shut’

    THE proud mum of a scaffolder taunted in a cruel social media post by a ‘snob’ art blogger has branded her a “moron”. Hetty Douglas sparked an angry backlash after posting a picture of Warren Butt, 40, and colleagues queuing at a McDonald’s with the caption “these guys look like they got 1 GCSE”. Warren, … Read more

  • Keeping Kribs: The Culture Of Pelvicachromis Cichlids (FULL)

    If you’re seeking a small fish that can add action and a rainbow of sparkling colors to your freshwater aquarium, the kribensis cichlid (Pelvicachromis pulcher) is definitely worth considering. This species is a great choice for the novice keeper and can even be recommended to experienced aquarists. Affectionately referred to simply as “krib” within the … Read more

  • 11 Things You Didn’t Know About Pigs

    A new study reveals pigs have complex personalities and are similar to dogs and chimpanzees in more ways than one. Many of us already knew that pigs have a high IQ, but a new study published in the International Journal of Comparative Psychologysuggests they have more in common with companion animals than previously known. Based on … Read more

  • Stop ‘Saving’ Records To Your Ancestry Tree Until You Read This

    It’s no secret that we love free genealogy sites at Family History Daily. But, we have to admit, we also like Ancestry.com. Next to FamilySearch.org, you’re not going to find a larger, more diverse genealogy website — and many of us are willing to pay their subscription fees for that reason alone. But we also like Ancestry for the convenient free family … Read more

  • Power Perennials: Plants That Thrive No Matter What

    Daylily Practically indestructible, daylilies will flower their heads off in almost any sunny spot. They are drought and insect resistant and offer a wide range of colors and bicolors. Daylilies are also available in early-, mid-, and late-season bloomers. For an all-season flower show plant a few of each in your garden. Or, select repeat bloomers that flower … Read more

  • 7 Reasons To Take Your Kids Fishing

    Gets them back to nature Admit it. Your kids probably spend way too much time in front of electronics when they get home from school until they go to bed. Or at least you wish they spent even less time than they actually do. And just because you have your kids in sports or other activities, … Read more

  • 5 Essential RV Hose Tips

    There are probably plenty of other RV-related topics that you would rather talk about than sewer dumping. However, if you are going to take advantage of the bathroom that you have available in your RV, you are going to need to get familiar with the hose that removes your waste and safely disposes of it. … Read more

  • What Really Happened To The 1890 Census?

    At some point or other in their research, every family historian will likely discover the sad fate of the 1890 census. A critical time of population growth and change in America’s history, the 11th census of the United States should have contained the detailed records of more than 60 million individuals. But instead, we have but … Read more

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