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A day in the life of a Disneyland manager whos worked there for 23 years walks 5 miles daily around the park and has a long-distance marriage with his wife

A day in the life of a Disneyland manager whos worked there for 23 years walks 5 miles daily around the park and has a long-distance marriage with his wifeDisney California Adventure Park West general manager Gary Maggetti shares his daily routine and managerial strategies, and dishes on the culture at the iconic Disneyland Resort. The employee of 23 years also shares his favorite off-the-beaten path location in the park.

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The most surprising things about America according to a Silicon Valley engineer who moved from India 7 years ago

The most surprising things about America according to a Silicon Valley engineer who moved from India 7 years agoA LinkedIn engineer named Aniruddh Chaturvedi moved to the US from India in 2011. He told Business Insider what he found to be the most surprising things about American culture, including Americans' love of road trips, the integrity of US students, and the price of soda.

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Xi Jinpings ideology is getting in the way of achieving what he set out to do for China

Xi Jinpings ideology is getting in the way of achieving what he set out to do for ChinaChinese President Xi Jinping instituted Xi Jinping thought — an ideology now included in the Chinese constitution. In theory, the ideological architecture depends heavily on technological innovation and economic development — but in reality, it hinders aspects necessary for both of those things.

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Im a journalist who infiltrated the Klu Klux Klan in 1979 — and exposed David Duke as the con man he was

Im a journalist who infiltrated the Klu Klux Klan in 1979 — and exposed David Duke as the con man he wasIn 1979, the same year  Spike Lee’s powerful new film “BlacKkKlansman” is set, I signed up to join the Ku Klux Klan. I infiltrated the KKK to prove that Duke's pro-white nonsense was nothing but a transparently perverse message of racism and white supremacy.

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