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How To Pick The Fastest Line At The Grocery Store

If it feels like you spend a lot of your life waiting in lines–it’s because you do. MIT professor Richard Larson estimates that Americans spend 37 billion hours per year waiting in lines, which is a lot of time spent doing basically nothing (scrolling through your Facebook feed doesn’t count). If you want to get some of […]
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