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    EXCLUSIVE! Top Five Things Barack Obama Misses about Being President

    These days, the world’s eyes are on United States President Donald Trump, whose social media antics and shameless shenanigans have captured the hearts and minds of weirdos the world over. But in this exclusive interview, we sat down with former president Barack Obama, to find out what he misses most about being the Chief Executive […]

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    These Real Materials Could Turn You Into a Superhero

    Facebook Twitter Pinterest Stumbleupon Whatsapp Email Part of what makes superheroes Can You Identify These Superheroes By Their Underwear? Can You Identify These Superheroes By Their Underwear? It’s a good thing most superheroes wear their underwear on the outside. Because you’ll never know when you’ll be asked to identify them by their undies. Read More […]

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    Robert N. Hall, 96, Whose Inventions Are Everywhere, Is Dead

    After the war, Dr. Hall returned to Caltech for a doctorate. With the encouragement of his advisers, who were excited by the atomic age, he began studying nuclear physics. He received his Ph.D. in 1948. Dr. Hall would never enter the field professionally. But though he never did nuclear research, a classmate did, and it […]

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    The 5 Best New Jeans for Active Men

    Toggle Navigation Men’s Journal The 5 Best New Jeans for Climbing, Commuting, and Everything in Between Really Good Jeans Sam Kaplan Men’s Journal has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Powered by WordPress.com VIP Source link

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    The Best Father’s Day Gifts for New Dads: 2018 Edition

    Trying to find Father’s Day gifts for the new dad can be tough. He might try to play his newfound fatigue off with goofy Instagram stories and praise of his partner, but if he’s doing it right the man is exhausted. His daily life now includes blessings like getting puked on, sudden bouts of unexplainable […]

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    City of Brass Review – IGN

    Share. This clumsy first-person rogue-lite is bland, tortuous, and maddeningly difficult. By Calum Marsh It is a more patient person than I who endures City of Brass without a great deal of suffering. Even by the exacting standards of the rogue-lite genre, which aspires to difficulty like most games aspire to fun, this is a […]

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    New Revenge Trailer Wages War Against Chauvinist Male Trolls

    A new Revenge trailer is here to take on male commenters who have expressed their distaste over the upcoming thriller. When Neon released the first trailer for Revenge, which centers on a female lead character who ends up on a bloody path of vengeance, many male commenters, or commentators who at least claimed to be […]

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    How Infinity War Directors Chose Each Character Death

    If you still haven’t seen Avengers: Infinity War yet, there will be some major SPOILERS below, so be sure to read on at your own risk, as the Russo Brothers explain their process regarding the numerous deaths in the movie. Even if you haven’t seen this massive superhero adventure yet, you likely assumed that some […]

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    Ships Unearthed in Virginia Offer Glimpse of Colonial Era

    OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Nestled in centuries of dirt and debris, several well-preserved ships and artifacts have been unearthed that offer a glimpse of life at what was once one of the busiest ports in the North American colonies. At the site for Robinson Landing, a new townhouse and condominium development along the Potomac […]

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    NASA’s Mars InSight Mission Launches for Six-Month Journey

    Propelled by a predawn rocket launch from California, NASA’s InSight spacecraft is now on a voyage of some six months to Mars to study the deep interior of the red planet. “The science that we want to do with this mission, the reason we’re going to Mars, is really the science of understanding the early […]