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Whether retail and customer service were your summer gigs in high school or you commit every day of your life to making customers happy, you’ve undoubtedly dealt with angry patrons. When people get frustrated in clothing stores, restaurants, and over the phone, service employees become punching bags. That’s what this Redditor endured while he was...

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In conjunction with the Museum of the City of New York and their ongoing exhibit Gilded New York, photographer Harlan Erskine has hit the city streets to capture the incredible transformation of over 100 years of progress in New York City. The exhibit’s accompanying app, A Walk Through Gilded New York, brings Erskine’s pictures to...

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At midnight on Jan. 17, 1920, the United States went dry as the 18th Amendment effectively prohibited the production, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages across the country. Aimed at combating alcoholism and supporting family values, the nationwide prohibition known as the Volstead Act stood for 13 years until 1933 with the ratification of the...

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1. In celebration of all the many wonderful animals who still need homes, I took a trip to North Shore Animal Shelter to capture their true beauty in portraits. 2. Angel Jon Premosch / BuzzFeed Angel is a ten year old domestic short hair tabby who is looking for a lap to snuggle on. 3....

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