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After Traveling the Country, Here Are the 21 Van Camping Accessories I Can’t Live Without

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, SPY.com may receive an affiliate commission. Not too long ago, folks who traveled the country living out of a camper van or SUV would have been seen as harmless eccentrics at best and transient vagrants at worst. However, thanks to the magic of social media apps like TikTok and Instagram, many people now see van camping as something to aspire to. This lifestyle is even seen as somewhat glamorous, at least when filtered through the lens of #vanlife influencers. The reality of living life on the road, either full-time or sporadically, is somehow both more and less glamorous. On the one hand, the reality of...

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The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos – Review!

Sean Dillon: The first thing that jumps out at you when reading The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos is the title. The art of title making, especially within comics, is an often overlooked practice. Typically, a work will call itself after a central character (Asadora!), location (Redfork), or thematic element (Revenge). However The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos opts to go for a longer title. This isn’t necessarily a unique trait within the sphere of fiction, but it remains a tricky process to fully pull off. The trick is to be just long enough to be evocative without going too long into farce. Compare and contrast Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia to The Incredibly Strange Creatures...

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What To Expect This Cancer Season, According To Your Zodiac Sign

It's hard to believe that Gemini season is almost over, but the Sun officially moves into the sign of Cancer on the 21st this month. In addition to being the official start of summer, Cancer season calls us all to reflect on the things in our lives we want to nurture and protect. The heat of the summer is a super fertile and highly energetic time of year, so it's time to follow through on all the seeds and intentions we planted in the springtime, and to gather with those we love to celebrate. Looking for more specific advice? Take a look at what to expect this Cancer season, and don't forget: We always recommend reading your rising sign horoscope,...

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AO Review: Grey Man Tactical Dual Seat Back Locking RMP Package

“What kind of person carries body armor in their car?” It’s one of the memorable quotes from the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse over his multiple acts of self-defense with a rifle that occurred on the same evening in 2020. If you’re anything like me, that uninformed quote gives rise to a hearty laugh among like-minded friends. Along with the armor in my vehicle, as well as the cars and trucks of many friends, is a trusty rifle. For some of us who need or want to maintain a high state of readiness* that gear – along with medical emergency kits – are within quick reach in case they’re needed. Along with this cargo comes the responsibility to safeguard these investments,...

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How to Write a Retirement Speech

Many individuals give a farewell speech when they retire from their chosen profession, either on their last day or at the retirement celebration. A retirement speech is a great way to express appreciation for those you work with and recall joyful memories. People want their retirement speech to be memorable— and memorable for the right reasons. Trying to find the right words to sum up an entire career can be anxiety-provoking, but it doesn’t have to be. Follow these six fantastic tips to write and deliver a speech that strikes all the right chords. Keep it short, but not too short. A good retirement speech should be long enough to convey your appreciation and warm feelings for your coworkers but...

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