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lundi 10 décembre 2018, 20:21
Apparently, sitting on the floor in Brooklyn is against the law and, if you've got a baby in your arms, watch out! A 23-year-old woman, Jazmine Headley, was at the Human Resources Administration building waiting in line for hours to receive daycare vouchers for her baby so...
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Add this to the ongoing list of 'quirky and downright strange' calendars for 2019: Sean Tejaratchi of LiartownUSA's Social Justice Kittens. It’s 2019. All around us, ancient evils lurk in the deepening shadows, growing more powerful by the hour, feeding on hatred and...
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Leon Hong writes, 'I made this science-y animation for my wife Elaine Hsiao's research — with the hopes that people will learn something new about how all the microbes that live in and on us affect our brains and behavior.' Professor Elaine Hsiao heads the Hsiao Lab in...
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It's highly unusual for a squirrel to purposely jump on a human. And it's even more unusual for said human to roll with it, without any shock or flinch, laughing while the squirrel does its thing. As the old lady said in When Harry Met Sally, 'I'll have what [s]he's having!' ...
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Jim Hightower is a longstanding, respected columnist distributed by Creators Syndicate -- but Creators refused to distribute his latest column, 'Free the Free Press from Wall Street Plunderers,' which warns about Wall Street vultures like Digital First Media and GateHouse...
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John Lewis & Partners is a well-known general department store in Great Britain. It’s the type of old-fashioned department store that, like the late and lamented B. Altman & Co. (which you can see recreated in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), carries everything from clothing to ...
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NASA's Voyager 2 space probe has officially left our solar system and entered interstellar space. Now more than 11 billion miles (18 billion kilometers) from Earth, the spacecraft has crossed the boundary of the bubble-like heliosphere around the planets and is no longer...
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The latest installment of the Canadaland media criticism podcast (MP3) (previously) features an outstanding and nuanced discussion between host Jesse Brown and NYU journalism professor Jay Rosen (previously), regarding the Trudeau government's plan to hand Canada's press a...
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Say a prayer for Our Patron Saint of Taking Down the Current Administration by lighting one of artist Clare Winter's Robert Mueller devotional candles. You can get these rhinestone-embellished candles through Winter's online shop Devotional Democracy ($12) or in person at...
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In 1973, the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution does not guarantee Americans 'equal' education (which would require similar per-student funding in both rich and poor neighborhoods), merely 'adequate' education. Even that adequacy standard has weakened over the...
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Frustratingly, this video has no data about the identity of the incredible genius featured therein. Who is she? This girl's transformation to... from r/Damnthatsinteresting
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In 1948, Costa Rica weathered a civil war, and in 1949, they abolished their military. Since then, Costa Rica has emerged as the Central American success story, more politically stable and richer than its neighbors. In a research paper, researchers from the Universidad de...
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George HW Bush was a mass murderer and a war criminal and now he is dead. In some ways, Bush I was fated to be a terrible person. His family fortune sprang from his father's willingness to cozy up to Hitler and sell him the steel he needed to re-arm Nazi Germany. As a...
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Daniel Willingham, a University of Virginia psychologist who wrote 'The Reading Mind,' says that the most common question he receives these days is the following: “Is it cheating if I listen to an audiobook for my book club?” In a New York Times essay, Willingham parses...
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'I'm not a narcissist... just trying this mirror thing... testing the camera... seeing how well it works... doooooo... applehead.' (via r/ObscureMedia)
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These people are pretty bad at recognizing different languages. And so am I. Bonus facts I happened to find on Ethnologue, a fascinating directory of languages: Apparently there are more than 7,000 living languages in the world. Half the world's population speaks one of the...
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So you've got a good eye for pictures? We've got a good eye for deals. And this holiday, there are some solid deals out there for photographers. Check out some of our favorite recent discounts on gear, software, and e-learning for photogs of any experience. Gadgets  ...
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In Taylor, Texas an 11-year-old girl helpfully unwrapped her four-year-old brother's Sonic fast food burger and found what she thought was a piece of candy inside. Fortunately, she asked her parents before popping into her mouth. They took the 'candy' to the police who...
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Last week, students at Atlantic Community High School in Delray Beach, Florida were delighted by a new snack offering in the vending machine. Unfortunately, it wasn't immediately clear how to select this limited time item for purchase. (WPTV)
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dimanche 9 décembre 2018, 23:09
Smart guy. Has 6-year-old triplets. Knows a shitshow when he smells one. Nick Ayers, who is currently Vice President Mike Pence's Chief of Staff, will NOT become the next Next White House Chief of Staff. NEWS — Pence Chief of Staff Nick Ayers Won’t Be Next White...
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