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Dark days, barren trees, and weight gain? No thank you

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No more beach time in the fall. :(

Fall is a wonderful time of year. It’s cozy, the most comforting foods on the planet are in season, and fall hosts two of the year’s best holidays: Halloween and Thanksgiving. However, even though I am passionate about fall, I do realize that the season has its faults.

For the 25 Worst Things About Fall Slideshow, click here.

For every wonderful pumpkin spice latte in the world, there’s a particular type of evil known as the pumpkin spice chicken sausage. And while the leaves turning into rich shades of red, gold, and orange represent peak nature, you know what happens shortly after you see those picturesque views? The leaves fall, the trees are left barren, and those fallen leaves turn into slippery, hazardous pieces of doom that you have to break your back raking up.

OK, maybe I’ll reconsider. Fall is not so great.

So if you’re bummed out that summer is gone and the days are just going to get shorter and colder, know that I am right there with you. Layer up and feel free to complain about pumpkin spice madness — these are the 25 worst things about fall.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.


A massive nationwide protest against President Nicolas Maduro is expected Wednesday. His critics are declaring that Venezuela's democracy is nearing collapse after Maduro quashed a referendum vote seeking to remove him from office.

"Only dictatorships deprive their citizens of rights," Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States, said Saturday. "Today we are more convinced than ever of the breakdown of the democratic system."

Maduro's supporters on Sunday attempted to storm the National Assembly, which is controlled by the opposition party. Lawmakers from the opposition responded Tuesday by calling on Maduro to testify before them to determine whether he should be removed from office.

All this is happening in a year when its citizens have battled with food and medicine shortages, sky high inflation and dwindling options.

How did it get so desperate in Venezuela -- a country sitting on more oil than any other in the world?

Here are 4 reasons why it's diving deeper into crisis mode.



Comments:

  1. Kigacage

    Great, very funny information

  2. Dojin

    It's a pity that I can't speak now - I'm in a hurry to get to work. But I'll be free - I will definitely write what I think on this issue.

  3. Matunaagd

    It will not go to him in vain.

  4. Bane

    I'm sorry, but I think you are making a mistake. Let's discuss. Email me at PM, we will talk.



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