Month: June 2018

Oxygen 2.0 Review: A True Visual WordPress Website Builder

Looking for a more flexible way to build your next WordPress website? Oxygen, a visual WordPress website builder that we previously reviewed back in 2017, is about to release Oxygen 2.0. Oxygen 2.0 completely eliminates your WordPress theme from the equation, instead offering up a powerful drag-and-drop visual builder and templating system to let you visually design every single aspect of your WordPress site. In general, I think Oxygen 2.0 is a noticeable upgrade over Oxygen 1.0. And the addition of drag-and-drop editing to the equation should pique the interest of page builder fans. If you’ve ever wished you...

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Little Kids Are Getting Busted For Running Lemonade Stands Without Permits… Because Crime Doesn’t Pay

The jig is up on this 7 and 8 year old kids who are profiting off of their communities with illegal lemonade stands. The culprits use their “adorable” looks to lure in passersby, charging $0.25 and sometimes even up to $1.00 for the sugary drink. The FML staff could not be happier that law enforcement is doing the honorable job of getting these criminals off the streets, especially when this is without a doubt the best use of police time. All jokes aside, Country Time Lemonade has created a team to help pay fines for kids who are getting busted… aptly...

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With Chick-Fil-A Under Media Scrutiny, The Debate On Whether Or Not You Can Eat At The Fast Food Chain As An LGBTQ Ally Continues

Chick-fil-A has made its way back into headlines recently for its anti-equality stance on gay marriage. Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy infamously spoke out against gay marriage in 2012, which caused great backlash from the LGBTQ community against the fast-food chain.  “We are inviting God’s judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at Him and say, ‘We know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage,’ and I pray God’s mercy on our generation that has such a prideful, arrogant attitude to think that we have the audacity to define what marriage is about.” In the wake of...

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Clarinet Player Awarded $350,000 After Ex-Girlfriend Fakes University Rejection Email

Eric Abramovitz met Jennifer Jooyeon Lee in September 2013 while they were both studying at  McGill’s Schulich School of Music. The couple dove into their relationship head-first, moving forward quickly and moving in together after only dating for a short amount of time. Having no reason not to trust Lee, Abramovitz  often left his social media and email open around the house, and trusted Lee with things like his email passwords.  At the time, Abramovitz was winning many awards and was already being recognized as a talented musician. He decided to pursue his dream of studying under Yehuda Gilad, a...

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You Can Now Apply To Buy A Replica Of Meghan Markle’s Wedding Reception Gown, If You Have 0 Originality And Are Into That Sort Of Thing

If you fancy yourself a royal princess at heart, or just an average basic bitch, then this news is for you! According to The Telegraph, the Duchess of Sussex’s wedding dress can now be recreated for a mere £3500, or $6212. But before you start literally-can’t-even-ing, you should know that the catch is not the price, but that these replicas will be sold only by application. That’s right — you have to apply to have this little originality. You may not even get the dress, and god forbid, you might have to have a long hard look at yourself and...

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