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Little Passports’ Black Friday sale has continued to Cyber Monday! They are offering 60% off the first month of any subscription plan plus 10% off any non-subscription items! All you need to do is use code:BLACK60 at check out. But hurry, this sale ends tomorrow, December 1st
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Watch the first ever Little Passports TV Commercial for adorable and honest testimonials from parents and kids!
Please read The Globetrotter’s Gift Guide for a great summary of Little Passports’ products, including shop items for under $25!
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phillipnetwork Officials in Meridian, Mississippi, are trying to determine what caused a massive gash — longer than a football field — to tear through an IHOP parking lot, swallowing more than a dozen cars in the mud below.The parking lot cracked open Saturday night, terrifying the crowd in the busy restaurant.
“One of the employees ran over to the window and yells ‘Earthquake,'” said Noah Mathis, who was in the restaurant when it happened. “Everyone went into a panic.” Although slabs of concrete ripped open, creating the massive crevice 15 feet deep, no one was hurt.
“Everything was sudden and quick,” Mathis said. “They were slamming their forks down from eating and they were sprinting outside as quick as they could.”
Emergency personnel said an underground drain pipe collapsed, but it was not clear why. Officials say the investigation has not ruled out the possibility that construction at the newly opened IHOP played a contributing factor. (report via ABC News)