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11 Completely Unknown Home Hacks That Are Going To Make Your Life So Much Better

Living in a dwelling that you don’t own can have a lot of benefits. Your life is more flexible and the management company will most likely take care of maintenance for you. However, it can also be stressful when you think you’re going to lose your security deposit because you broke, scratched or lost something.

Never fear! These easy DIY tips will help you restore your apartment or all of its former glory (or at least to the state it was in before you got there). They’re all relatively inexpensive and you can use items you have around the house.


1) Everyone has damaged furniture

 

11 Completely Unknown Home Hacks That Are Going To Make Your Life So Much Better

 


2) Clear clogged drains by pouring baking soda down your drain, followed by vinegar and hot water.
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3) Wrap a wide rubber band around doorknobs to soften a door that slams (and reduce noise complaints).
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4) Make late-night entrances much less annoying.
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5) Use coarse salt to clean any cast iron skillets that came with your furnished apartment.
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6) A broom and a hose can help you clean off your dirty deck.

 

11 Completely Unknown Home Hacks That Are Going To Make Your Life So Much Better

 


7) Remove a stripped screw by using a rubber band and some elbow grease.
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8) Did you think you wrecked your linoleum?
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9) Freshen up the place without using a ton of aerosol sprays.
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10) Are the couch’s pillows looking flat?
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11) And finally, use WD-40 for all of this: silence squeaky doors, lubricate stuck windows and remove crayon marks from walls.
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We Tried The Mysterious, Upscale McDonald’s That Just Opened In Australia

McDonald’s has quietly transformed one of its McCafe outlets in Sydney into a restaurant called “The Corner” with a new menu, new look, and new service style.

The company confirmed to Business Insider Australia that the cafe was a “learning lab” where it was “testing completely new and different food and beverages never before seen in our restaurants.”

It’s an encouraging sign from the fast food chain, which has long suffered from image problems amid declining sales.

The menu at The Corner includes “salads featuring Moroccan roast chicken breast, chipotle pulled pork, brown rice, pumpkin, lentil and eggplant salads, sandwiches and barista-made quality coffee,” a spokeswoman told us.

She wouldn’t share the next steps for the concept, but Paul Colgan, the editor-in-chief of Business Insider Australia stopped by on a recent morning to try the new McDonald’s cafe. He shared his photos with us; captions are his own.

 

‘The Corner’ is on Missenden Road in Sydney’s Camperdown neighborhood, just a few kilometers from the city center and across the street from a major hospital. No golden arches or familiar branding anywhere. Is it really a McDonald’s?

'The Corner' is on Missenden Road in Sydney's Camperdown neighborhood, just a few kilometers from the city center and across the street from a major hospital. No golden arches or familiar branding anywhere. Is it really a McDonald's?

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Aha! Look closely and you’ll see a little ‘McCafe’ at the bottom of the sign. Let’s go inside.

Aha! Look closely and you'll see a little 'McCafe' at the bottom of the sign. Let's go inside.

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It doesn’t feel like a McDonald’s. The furniture’s different and there are no big backlit signs with colorful menus. It’s all a muted brown.

It doesn't feel like a McDonald's. The furniture's different and there are no big backlit signs with colorful menus. It's all a muted brown.

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There’s also a huge long table with plenty of space near a big window. I’m going to sit there. But let’s look around first – there’s a lot to see.

There's also a huge long table with plenty of space near a big window. I'm going to sit there. But let's look around first - there's a lot to see.

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It’s around 9am, and the staff are pretty busy even though there are only about 10 customers. It is Christmas Eve after all, and people are off getting ready for the big day tomorrow.

It's around 9am, and the staff are pretty busy even though there are only about 10 customers. It is Christmas Eve after all, and people are off getting ready for the big day tomorrow.

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Here’s the barista coffee station. The yellow colour is a bit more reminiscent of McDonald’s. If you look in the bottom left, you can see an iPad which is used by floor staff to keep track of orders after they’re placed.

Here's the barista coffee station. The yellow colour is a bit more reminiscent of McDonald's. If you look in the bottom left, you can see an iPad which is used by floor staff to keep track of orders after they're placed.

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There’s a selection of toasts – from plain white to full-on ham & cheese toasties.

There's a selection of toasts - from plain white to full-on ham & cheese toasties.

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There are some salads as well – tofu with vegetables, and brown rice with quinoa. I’m not a tofu or quinoa kind of person, though many people are, especially around this part of Sydney.

There are some salads as well - tofu with vegetables, and brown rice with quinoa. I'm not a tofu or quinoa kind of person, though many people are, especially around this part of Sydney.

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There’s also soy bean & cannelini snacks – not what you expect at a McDonald’s outlet. Interesting, but again, not for me. Maybe the chipotle chicken, if it was after 11am.

There's also soy bean & cannelini snacks - not what you expect at a McDonald's outlet. Interesting, but again, not for me. Maybe the chipotle chicken, if it was after 11am.

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There’s fresh fruit and muesli pots alongside some kind of chocolate mousse product. I’m not sure these go together – but this is a ‘lab’ after all, so experimenting is to be expected. And the fruit looks good!

There's fresh fruit and muesli pots alongside some kind of chocolate mousse product. I'm not sure these go together - but this is a 'lab' after all, so experimenting is to be expected. And the fruit looks good!

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Ah, here we go. Gingerbread Ronald McDonald hands with icing, teddy bear cakes, and brownies. Everything looks pretty good. And kids around hospitals often need treats.

Ah, here we go. Gingerbread Ronald McDonald hands with icing, teddy bear cakes, and brownies. Everything looks pretty good. And kids around hospitals often need treats.

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There’s also a big range of toffee apples and a freckle jar which looks sold out. But there’s one more intriguing part of the service counter…

There's also a big range of toffee apples and a freckle jar which looks sold out. But there's one more intriguing part of the service counter...

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… here it is: the salad, soup, and meat station. You can get sandwiches, or meats with salad or rice. It’s not open yet, but it’s still early and not many people want Moroccan chicken at 9am.

... here it is: the salad, soup, and meat station. You can get sandwiches, or meats with salad or rice. It's not open yet, but it's still early and not many people want Moroccan chicken at 9am.

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Here’s a look at the menu, which again is very different from typical McDonald’s fare. There are instructions for how to order sandwiches and salads.

Here's a look at the menu, which again is very different from typical McDonald's fare. There are instructions for how to order sandwiches and salads.

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The rice dish comes with a sauce, while the salad comes with coleslaw. Definitely interesting – maybe enough to come back and try some time. OK, time to eat.

The rice dish comes with a sauce, while the salad comes with coleslaw. Definitely interesting - maybe enough to come back and try some time. OK, time to eat.

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There are a selection of coffee blends. I’m going to take a McCafe blend large flat white, and a bacon and egg roll. And waffles. With ice cream.

There are a selection of coffee blends. I'm going to take a McCafe blend large flat white, and a bacon and egg roll. And waffles. With ice cream.

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You don’t grab things from the counter, but are handed a number and asked to take a seat. And there’s none of the kerfuffle of beeps and alarms that you normally associate with ordering at a McDonald’s. It’s all rather civilized. Bonus: the staff are attentive and smile – something also often lacking in a McDonald’s.

You don't grab things from the counter, but are handed a number and asked to take a seat. And there's none of the kerfuffle of beeps and alarms that you normally associate with ordering at a McDonald's. It's all rather civilized. Bonus: the staff are attentive and smile - something also often lacking in a McDonald's.

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There it is: actual table service at a McDonald’s-owned restaurant. The food looks appetizing.

There it is: actual table service at a McDonald's-owned restaurant. The food looks appetizing.

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I chose a brioche roll for my sandwich but could have had panini, too. And the coffee is made by an experienced, well-trained hand.

I chose a brioche roll for my sandwich but could have had panini, too. And the coffee is made by an experienced, well-trained hand.

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The roll is presented on one of those little chopping boards. Fancy. It also looks healthier than a typical Sydney bacon and egg roll.

The roll is presented on one of those little chopping boards. Fancy. It also looks healthier than a typical Sydney bacon and egg roll.

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And the verdict – it’s pretty damn good. The coffee passes the test, and everything is freshly cooked – the egg’s nothing like those scary stewed things you get in a McMuffin. However, the bread has a distinctive combination of sugar and salt that is recognizably McDonald’s.

And the verdict - it's pretty damn good. The coffee passes the test, and everything is freshly cooked - the egg's nothing like those scary stewed things you get in a McMuffin. However, the bread has a distinctive combination of sugar and salt that is recognizably McDonald's.

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Here’s the waffles and ice cream. The presentation isn’t quite as good here, but it tastes OK. The ice cream again has that distinctive saltiness to it.

Here's the waffles and ice cream. The presentation isn't quite as good here, but it tastes OK. The ice cream again has that distinctive saltiness to it.

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Time to go. As you can see, the hospital is literally across the street – so it’s a perfect location to try a healthy options menu.

Time to go. As you can see, the hospital is literally across the street - so it's a perfect location to try a healthy options menu.

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This Photographer Is Changing Maternity Photography With His Underwater Mermaid Moms

Posted by Adam Opris:

My name is Adam Opris and I am a wedding and lifestyle photographer by day and underwater photographer by night. I am always trying to push the envelope and create art through people and their stories.

I grew up in South Florida with a love for everything outdoors. I’ve practically lived in the ocean my whole life. With that great love for water, I am bringing mermaids out of my maternity clients. By embracing buoyancy and enabling these pregnant women to be free, I am creating magic to capture pregnancy in all of its glory!

More info: Facebook | adamoprisphoto.com

 

 

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25 Photos Of Sheep Blanketing The Earth Like Snow

When you want to photograph clouds but there aren’t any in sight, we suggest trying to find your nearest herd of sheep. Flocks of these cute, fluffy and useful creatures can add an interesting element to landscape photos, but they’re also pretty enough on their own.

Sheep have earned a reputation as dumb and foolish animals because of their flocking instinct, but they are actually quite intelligent, performing as well or even better than monkeys and rodents in certain mental tasks. They exhibit facial recognition, long-term memory, a knack for quick learning, and some have even exhibited intelligent problem-solving capabilities. The best thing about sheep, however, is that, if you count enough of them, you’ll fall asleep 😉

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Here Are 21 Food Hacks That’ll Make You Run For The Kitchen. #8 Changes EVERYTHING… OMG.

Here Are 21 Food Hacks That’ll Make You Run For The Kitchen. #8 Changes EVERYTHING… OMG. Being an adult and preparing food for yourself can be a boring, tiresome business. Fear no more. We have some tips to help you out. We found 21 awesome food hacks that’ll make eating so much better, you won’t know how you even lived before. Preparing for cookouts and parties is easy when you know these ridiculously simple tips. Summer 2014, we’re ready for you.

1.) Make easy cheesy bread with an already-baked loaf.
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2.) Breakfast just got interesting.
3.) Use a peeler to create pretty lemon flowers.
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4.) Melted banana split? Yes please.
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5.) Use an apple corer on potatoes for quick wedges.
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6.) No more sticky popsicle hands.
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7.) Making ice cream sandwiches is easy, if you have a hot, sharp knife.
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8.) Put the egg in the burger. You’ll thank us later.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

9.) Taco holders!Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

10.) Swirly cake is actually easier than it looks.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

11.) Bacon. Pancakes.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

12.) Use a clothespin to make chopsticks foolproof.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

13.) Cheap hangers… or chip clips?
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14.) Bye-bye, strawberry stems.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

15.) Bees think they own your drinks. Use muffin/cupcake liners to stop them.
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16.) Carefully use a balloon and melted chocolate for a fancy, edible bowl.
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17.) Electric carving knife + bundt cake pan = easy corn on the cob obliteration.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

18.) There’s a new way to peel oranges.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

19.) Wet your fingers. Get the shell out.
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20.) AKA, heaven on earth.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

21.) Snacking just got awesome…ly unhealthy.Here Are 21 Food Hacks Thatll Make You Run For The Kitchen 8 Changes EVERYTHING OMG

(H/T Pemzo) You’re welcome. Eating food will never be the same. Share these awesome tips with others by clicking on the button below. Happy snacking!

Person of interest held amid furor over photo of New York subway death

via Globe and Mail:

New York Post cover for Dec. 4, 2012.

A New York Post front page photo of a man about to be hit by an oncoming subway train provoked fury Tuesday from readers wondering why nobody, including the photographer, didn’t pull the victim to safety – and why the tabloid published the image.

Also Tuesday, police said they were holding a “person of interest” in the alleged crime. No charges have been laid.

Police say the victim was thrown onto the tracks during a fight Monday with a deranged man in a Manhattan subway station. He then staggered to his feet and tried, but failed to get out the way of a train, which killed him – in full view of a crowd of passengers.

One of those bystanders was a freelance photographer from the Post who managed to take a series of photos, including the one occupying the whole front page Tuesday under the headline: “Pushed on the subway track, this man is about to die.”

In a video report on the story, the Post appeared to suggest that the photo and two others in a double spread inside the newspaper, were unintentional byproducts of the photographer’s rescue attempt.

“Not being strong enough to physically lift the victim himself the photographer used the only resources available to him and began rapidly flashing his camera to signal the train conductor to stop,” the report said.

But readers quickly slammed the Post’s photographer and editors for what they saw as a callous attitude to the bloody tragedy.

“Wow! enough time to take a few pictures. Why didn’t the person help? How many pictures did they take? 3-4 pictures. And nobody tried to help. Not one person,” wrote Joseph Monte on the Post’s website.

Nicole Stagg, another reader, wrote: “There aren’t many real men in NYC. Everyone is a sheep. This was Baaaaaaaad.”

The Atlantic Wire website joined the outcry.

“There’s one big question about today’s intense cover of the New York Post. Why didn’t anyone help him? If there’s enough time to capture a dying man’s last moments before getting hit by an oncoming train that’s that worthy of a tabloid cover, couldn’t the photographer have lent a hand,” the Atlantic said.

In the Post, the freelance photographer, R. Umar Abbasi, said that he used his camera principally to warn the approaching train driver. “I just started running, running, hoping that the driver could see my flash,” he said.

But that didn’t convince critics on Twitter.

“Claims he was using camera’s flash to catch conductor’s attention,” Tweeted Ellen Comisar. “But result seems a tad too well composed.”

“This is sickening,” Tweeted Brian Frederick. “Why on earth would the NY Post put this on their cover? Seriously fcked up.”

“Whoever took the picture that’s on the cover of the NY Post should be arrested for not helping the dude that got killed,” wrote “vodka n lime.”

‘Gangnam Style’ Christmas [VIDEO]

via Daily Caller:

Move over, Clark Griswold, you’re so … 1989. This year, all the cool kids are decking out their houses “Gangnam Style.”

My sympathies if the owners of any of these homes are your neighbors.

Also, if you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months and are unacquainted with Korean singer-songwriter PSY’s magnum opus, check it out here.

WATCH:

10. Perhaps the most basic display on the list, it still has a lot going for it. The three Christmas trees on the roof are the highlight here.

9. Tired of the original Gangnam Style? Remix time. Hipsters who find the original Gangnam too “mainstream,” this is for you.

4. This reindeer has dancing skills PSY himself would be proud of.

 

3. Hilarious lip syncing. They even include multiple faces and mouths for the Gangnam backup singers. Technically a Halloween display, but too cool not to include.

 

2. No gimmicks here. Just well timed flashes and a cool-as-ice color scheme. The effect of cutting all the lights at certain moments is particularly striking. Check out some local news coverage of this house here.

 

1. We go down under to Perth, Australia, for the house topping out the list. What’s so great about it? It combines what made so many of these other houses work into one neat and tidy package: cutting the lights for dramatic effect, synchronized face, cool colors. Also, the lights drawn along this sweet house’s straight edges give the display a sleek modern look.

Can You Spot The Biggest Photoshop Fails Of 2012?

via Business Insider: 

 

In advertising, everyone always looks perfect. And when they don’t, well, that’s what Photoshop is for. 

But whenever Photoshop is used, there’s a chance an art director can make a mistake.

In 2012, publishers and advertisers kept the population plied with a steady stream of atrocious Photoshop fails.

From extra fingers to missing limbs, these are the most epic Photoshop disasters from 2012.

Find out if you can spot the flub, or if you would have approved the photos for publication.

 

What’s wrong with this SimplyBe catalog item?

What's wrong with this SimplyBe catalog item?

The hands! The hands! (Fun fact: SimplyBe changed the photo, and wrote “non mutant” in the jpeg name.)

What’s wrong with the February cover of In Style?

What's wrong with the February cover of In Style?

There’s usually a hip there…

There's usually a hip there...

What’s wrong with this Terry Richardson photoshoot of Gwyneth Paltrow for the cover of March’s Harper’s Bazaar?

What's wrong with this Terry Richardson photoshoot of Gwyneth Paltrow for the cover of March's Harper's Bazaar?

This position seems a little too flexible for humans with joints.

This position seems a little too flexible for humans with joints.

What’s wrong with this photo that popped up on the Ann Taylor Loft website in May?

What's wrong with this photo that popped up on the Ann Taylor Loft website in May?

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That’s not how thumbs work.

That's not how thumbs work.

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What’s wrong with this photo from June’s Marie Claire?

What's wrong with this photo from June's Marie Claire?

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Via Jezebel.

She doesn’t have an arm! (Fingers are still good, though.)

She doesn't have an arm! (Fingers are still good, though.)

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What’s wrong with this June Neiman Marcus ad?

What's wrong with this June Neiman Marcus ad?

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Where’d the back of it go? As Huffpost put it, even if the bike is tucked behind her back, “there’s no way the other half of that big-ass bike is hiding behind a pair of skinny jeans.”

Where'd the back of it go? As Huffpost put it, even if the bike is tucked behind her back, "there's no way the other half of that big-ass bike is hiding behind a pair of skinny jeans."

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Read more here.

What’s wrong with this photo from Alloy’s July email newsletter?

And the case of the missing elbow goes unsolved.

And the case of the missing elbow goes unsolved.

What’s wrong with this August photo on the Victoria’s Secret website?

What's wrong with this August photo on the Victoria's Secret website?

Models are only that skinny if you remove their ribs.

Models are only that skinny if you remove their ribs.

What’s wrong with this photo from Juicy Couture’s fall catalogue?

Those aren’t real feet.

Those aren't real feet.

What’s wrong with this photo found on JCrew’s website in October?

What's wrong with this photo found on JCrew's website in October?

A photoshopper didn’t quite finish the job when thinning out the model’s already thin thighs.

What’s wrong with this October Lana Del Rey ad for H&M?

What's wrong with this October Lana Del Rey ad for H&M?

Well, 1) based on where her shoulder is, there’s no way that that’s her arm positioning; 2) has she melted into the car?

Well, 1) based on where her shoulder is, there's no way that that's her arm positioning; 2) has she melted into the car?

What’s wrong with this photo advertising lace-wear on American Apparel’s site?

What's wrong with this photo advertising lace-wear on American Apparel's site?

The horse doesn’t have a body. (Note: The photo is still up, see link below.)

 

This Photo Shows Just How Upset Egypt Is With Its President

via Business Insider: 

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More than 200,000 people entered Cairo’s central Tahrir Square on Tuesday night to protest a constitutional decree issued last week by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi that gives him near total power over Egyptian affairs and protects the Islamist-dominated assembly writing the country’s new constitution.

Morsi’s move, which simultaneously angered and mobilized both secularists and liberals, led to country-wide attacks on the offices of the Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice Party.

Sherine Tadros of Al Jazeera notes from Tahrir: “We don’t usually see these kind of numbers in demonstrations where the Muslim Brotherhood aren’t participating, and the Muslim Brotherhood certainly isn’t participating tonight.” (Here’s the Reuters live stream.)

The chants being heard echo those heard in the square during the Arab Spring revolts that brought down former leader Hosni Mubarak: “The people want to bring down the regime,” and “erhal, erhal” — Arabic for “leave, leave.”