Clothes That Modern Men Should Not Wear

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Fashion is quite tricky. There are so many rules that have to be respected and that many do not know anything about. For most men out there, clothes are not important, but every single man wants to look good. Instead of staying focused on what you should wear, let us focus on what you should never wear. That will quickly make you better dressed.

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Coming Soon: A Moviegoer’s Guide to August

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Summer is winding down, and with it goes the last vestiges of the blockbuster season. But there are still a few tentpole movies left which, along with some offbeat choices, make for an interesting August at the theaters. There’s only one sequel and two remakes in this month’s offerings, and the rest are refreshingly off-kilter originals that hold a lot of promise for entertainment. Laika returns to deliver astonishing visuals with their latest, while the DC Comics movieverse tries to rebound from “Batman v Superman” with “Suicide Squad.” And the whole thing is capped off by one of the most enjoyable, intense thrillers released this year. It’s an intriguing and original list of films for August, so let’s get to it!

“Suicide Squad”

Who: Margot Robbie, Will Smith, Jared Leto, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Cara Delevingne, Jai Courtney, Jay Hernandez and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
What: A secret government agency recruits imprisoned supervillains to execute a dangerous black ops mission in exchange for clemency.
When: August 5th
Why: “Suicide Squad” looks like an absolute barrel of fun that mixes everyone’s love of antiheroes with a dash of “The Dirty Dozen.” Based on the hit comic book of the same name, the film finds a bunch of colorful supervillains riffing off each other while trying to save the world (or just themselves). The trailers make it look like a promising blockbuster, though writer/director David Ayer (“Sabotage,” “Fury”) isn’t exactly known for delivering fun films, usually preferring the grittier side of things. Perhaps he’s found the perfect balance between the ultraviolent, grim world he normally inhabits and a more heightened experience that’s actually enjoyable to sit through.

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Advantages of Online Dating

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There have been many amazing inventions during the past century. One of the most significant has been the internet. It has revolutionized communication and the ability to gather information in a way that has never been seen before. Online dating sites started popping up about 20 years ago. This was right around the time that the internet started to become extremely popular as a way for people to meet each other without having to leave their home or office. The popularity of online dating sites has only increased in the two decades since then. There are now literally hundreds of these sites around the world. Here are some of the biggest benefits that using an online dating site can give you.

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4 Ways to Get Better Battery Life On Your Phone

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Are you constantly getting annoyed because you look down at your smartphone only to find that the battery life is running dangerously low? Are you tired of not having a way to charge your phone and being stuck without it because the battery died while you’re on the go? Well, rest assured that there are several ways that you can get better battery life on your phone.

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Lessons Behind the Wheel: Key Things You Didn’t Learn in Driver’s Education Class

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Even if you took Driver’s Ed, chances are they didn’t teach you everything you need to know to be a good driver. Here are some things you might have missed or never knew.

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