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14 Stephen King quotes about writing you totally need to hang on your wall

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The first Stephen King book I ever read was The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. I was still in my teens, and my gran -- a huge King fan herself -- thought it was the one I'd have the best chance of reading without getting too scared.


A swole Jeff Bezos has become one jacked-up, Photoshopped meme

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Amazon's stock and Jeff Bezos' LBs are on the rise and the memers of the internet have noticed. Now that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has emerged looking like J.K. Simmons at this week's Allen and Company Sun Valley Conference in Idaho, people are taking notice. I mean, the glow up is undeniable. Jeff Bezos went from "Would you like to buy a book?" to "Your Prime Clone has shipped. SEE ALSO: Yes, Amazon is convenient, but is it just too damn powerful?


17 motivational quotes from your favorite 2016 Olympians

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So far, the 2016 Rio Olympics have been filled with awe-inspiring achievements from some of the greatest athletes in the world. From Michael Phelps' phenomenal Olympics finish to Simone Manuel making history as the first African-American female swimmer to win gold in an individual event, athletes in this year's games exhibited ultimate displays of good sportsmanship, endurance and gratitude. In addition to their impressive athletic abilities, it appears that some of our favorite 2016 Olympians are quite the motivational speakers. Here are 17 quotes from the world's greatest athletes whose journeys, beliefs and goals are sure to inspire you.



Look at how these journalists have aged since they started covering Trump

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It's only been four months since Trump officially took office, but for the journalists forced to cover him for the past two years, it has been centuries. Take a look at how some of America's most telegenic pundits and personalities have aged since the election. The president's war on the media has been successful in one key aspect: he is slowly pushing these people towards death. Once upon a time, these journalists debated the best ways to intervene in the Syrian conflict and the limits and merits of free trade. Now, they're forced to cover a covfefe president who doesn't believe that climate change is real but does believe that Frederick Douglass is alive.