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Las Vegas massacre: More weapons found, but no motive

Out thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families...The thought of the amount of hate that is in this world is just unfathomable. 

The death toll as of last count is at 59 deceased and 527 injured. Las Vegas authorities are working two different scenes in attempt to discover the motive behind the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. Officers found 23 guns at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, with another 19 at the home of the shooter.

Last night, the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower In Paris dimmed their lights in honor of those that lost their lives during the massacre. The Empire State Building also displayed a rotating orange halo effect to promote gun violence prevention. Orange was chosen as its color because it is the hue hunters wear in the woods to protect themselves and others from gunfire.

Las Vegas is battling its grief by giving back. Local residents and reporters are tweeting photos of blood donors waiting in 6 hour long lines that stretch for blocks around blood donation centers. Also local authorities started a GoFundMe page that has raised over $2.8 million dollars that will go directly back to help the victims and families of Las Vegas. 

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Turns out the Equifax hack was even more gigantic


Equifax  put out a press release on Monday to say the hack exposed the personal information of 145.5 million US concumers, up from the original estimate of !43 million. That comes out to about 45 percent of the U.S. population. 

The hack exposed customer names, birthdates, addresses, driver's license numbers, Social Security numbers and more...

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Costco Selling Survival Kits Good For 25 Years


This is pretty dope.

After a string of natural disasters, Costco is now offering emergency kits to customers. They began selling emergency kits on their website, offering three packages at a cost of $1,000, $3,999.99 and $5,999.99 For example, in the  $1,000 folks get a one-year supply of food that contains 6,200 servings of food expected to last for 25 years, while more expensive options will feed larger families. Costco isn’t the first retailer to offer such emergency kits but others are usually only good for a day or a week and are easier to transport.

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Win A Night In Cinderella’s Castle By Donating To This Charity

Singer Ariana Grande Celebrates 21st Birthday At Walt Disney World

The Cinderella suite in The Magic Kingdom is only used for celebrity stays or as a giveaway from the park or charities. And now is one of those rare opportunities. You could win a chance to spend a night in Cinderella’s famous castle by donating to Give Kids The World, a nonprofit that helps make dreams come true for kids with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

By donating to Give Kids the World starting at $10, which gets you 100 entries to the contest. The more you donate, the more chances you get to win.

The lucky winner will get to bring five guests along on a trip that includes airfare to and from Orlando, breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table, Two-Day Park Hopper pases for Walt Disney World and the stay inside Cinderella’s Castle Suite. That all sounds pretty magical! Enter at now through October 13 for your chance to win!

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If you're looking for a Super NES Classic, you could still be in luck

If you're looking for one of these hard to get thingies then you're in luck. 

Check your Amazon resources

One option is to sign up for Amazon Treasure Truck notifications. You'll still need to leave your home to pick the mini-console up if you end up scoring one, but these roving Amazon stores could be your savior.

Follow Twitter accounts and others for word on retail availability

One of the favorites is @Wario64

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