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Honoring our Furry Friends in Reality and in Jewelry Formats! Humans have been domesticating animals for millenia, with some sources saying we’ve been doing so for at least 10,000 years. It’s thought that goats, sheep, and chickens were some of the first domesticated animals, all of which could be used for meat, and respectively for milk, wool, and eggs. Domestication was basically a way to make sure the animals were handy without having to go hunting or gathering. While one can argue that a domestic animal might have fewer hardships and more protection from predators than wild ones, these relationships...

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  In case you missed it, this week, a teaser trailer was recently dropped for the next Marvel Studios film, Thor: Love and Thunder! The latest addition to MCU was hinted at in previous movies, and had already earned the nickname “Asgardians of the Galaxy” because it features many characters from the Guardians of the Galaxy films. Looks like we’ll be seeing a lot of recurring MCU characters, some folks we haven’t really focused on for a while, and meet some new friends and enemies. While Marvel movies always mean the unexpected, you can still prepare to see this film...

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It’s been 45 years since Star Wars, at the time a single, stand-alone feature, premiered in theaters on May 25, 1977. Decades later, we know that individual film as A New Hope, but the story of Star Wars began long even before anyone saw this: It’s generally understood that George Lucas always wanted Star Wars to be a larger series, with early drafts allegedly being named “Episode 6,” discussion of the Clone Wars being their own “Prequel Series,” and possibilities of prologue and epilogue films. Likewise, the story has always suggested that what we saw was just part of a...

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(Bonus points if you catch the title is a reference to a direct quote from Blazing Saddles, itself a reference to the Treasure of the Sierra Madre.) JewelryBrands is headquartered in the United States and has offices throughout the world. This means that we have staff that speak different languages, but it also means we interact with many people who speak the same language differently. It’s pretty commonly known that, say, “Spain Spanish” is different from “Latin American Spanish.” In Japan, many English terms have been integrated into Japanese, but even English speakers in Japan might use English terms differently...

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A few months ago, we told you about people who made a real-life lightsaber. Now we bring you the tale of a man who decided to become a real-life Spider-Man, at least in climbing ability. Perfect timing, with Spider-Man: No Way Home making a scene and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse coming soon. Also, this is the perfect person to do this, as he’s already gotten the web-shooter down, in both practical and cosmetic versions. His youtube channel is filled with his team’s attempts to recreate superhero stuff, which makes sense with an epic name like Jake Laser. Check out Jake’s...

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