How To Win Someone Over On The First Date, Based On Their Zodiac Sign

Joshua Lionlight Updated April 19, 2019 By rawpixel Aries: Avoid being timid. Be forthright with them! They are attracted to drive and passion. Keep it new and fresh. They get bored with routine and matters related to the past. Allow them to take some control. Try a physical activity like ax throwing, a sporting event, […]

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Jerry Nadler Accuses Trump Of Stealing $150,000 For Small Businesses After 9/11

Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) strongly defended Rep. Donald Trump attacking the congresswoman over comments referencing 9/11. “I was instrumental in getting funding for small business grants for victims of 9/11, for people with small businesses in the area,” Nadler said. “Donald Trump actually took a $150,000 grant from the Bush administration … meant for small businessmen for [his […]

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A Sloppy Collection Of 16 Fails From Hotels Struggling To Keep It Together

“Slip carefully!” If you’ve spent time on the road, you’ve likely encountered that one mess of a hotel that’s just failing through keeping their business together. While some of these aren’t pure fails, the lot in general, is filled with our kind of bizarre, struggles, and unexpected hilarity.  1 3 5 7 9 11 13 […]

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Thawing Permafrost Could Release Anthrax-Causing Bacteria In Siberia

Thawing ice in the Earth’s polar zones is releasing all kinds of nasties. Think prehistoric viruses, nuclear fallout, greenhouse gas, and anthrax-causing spores. Experts are now warning that rapid warming in Russia’s Yakutia republic could be putting residents at risk of the latter plus other ancient diseases, The Telegraph reports.  Yakutia (aka the Republic of Sakha) lies in Siberia’s northeast […]

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Coachella stagehand dies during setup, police say

KANYE WEST BRINGING HIS SUNDAY SERVICE TO COACHELLA ON EASTER Police responded Saturday morning to a report that a stagehand at the Empire Polo Club in Riverside County, Calif., had gotten hurt while working on one of the stage setups. Medical personnel tended to the man on the scene, but he died as a result of his injuries. […]

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Network Or How TV Kills Everything

David McMillan Updated January 20, 2019 David McMillan Updated January 20, 2019 It might have lost the Oscar for Best Picture to , but (1976) is arguably the most prophetic and relevant studio film of the last 50 years. Written by Paddy Chayevsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, it’s a scathing assault on the television […]

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This “Automatic Sperm Collector” Has Gone Viral For All The Wrong Reasons

Footage of this “automatic sperm extractor” has gone viral on Twitter this week, largely because people are horrified. A Chinese company created a human sperm extractor several years ago. Among its many, quite obvious, “uses” is a “user-friendly” way of collecting sperm samples at health clinics, in countries where people may be too embarrassed to provide […]

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