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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: ‘For so long, women were silent’

(CNN)Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg extolled the #MeToo movement and revealed one of her own experiences with sexual harassment in deeply personal observations Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival. Ginsburg said there was nothing a young woman could do about harassment at the time. The general attitude of the day, she said, was “get past it” and “boys will ...

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Californias Pot Queen Raided Just Before State Legalizes It

Before she became a pot queen pin, Stephanie Smith drove a Lincoln Navigator fueled with human fat collected at her physician boyfriends liposuction clinic in Beverly Hills. Dr. Lipo 90210, the boyfriend, Dr. Craig Alan Bittner, called himself in ads that promised: Lose over one gallon of fat with liposculpture. He reported in a blog on lipodiesel.com that My patients ...

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Gluten? Bacon? Whats Good Or Bad For You Right Now

Scientists seem to constantly change their minds about what’s good for you and what’s bad for you. One week eggs are the most important part of a healthy breakfast; the next week they’re artery-exploding death capsules. So we’ve taken it upon ourselves to keep up with the latest health news, and summarize it for you here. Source: U.S. News & ...

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SuperPhone is building a Salesforce for texting

The address book is the last, worst default app you rely on. It’s time it got as smart as the rest of our phones. That’s the idea behind SuperPhone. Email isn’t how you build relationships anymore. Yet most business software sanctifies the spammy inbox when it’s the immediacy of text messaging that keeps people in touch today. Musician Ryan Leslie learned ...

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Sadiq Khan speech disrupted by Brexit and Trump supporters

London mayor brushes off interruption by White Pendragons, describing them as what some would call very stable geniuses A group of protesters backing Brexit and Donald Trump have disrupted a speech by the London mayor, Sadiq Khan. Khans address on gender equality to the Fabian Society in central London was suspended for several minutes on Saturday morning while a small ...

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5 Crazy Stories From The Early Days Of Disneyland

As we’ve mentioned many times in the past, your favorite purveyor of childhood memories and nostalgia isn’t as wholesome as you like to think. From sidelining Mickey Mouse’s true creator to backstabbing Robin Williams, there are plenty of whimsical cartoon skeletons in Disney’s closet, and we aren’t done airing them all. You can blame our broken childhood, penchant for fun-ruining, ...

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America Needs the Word Shit, But Not the Shit Who Misused It

Shit is getting a bad name. The word, I mean. With the global dominance of the English language, shit has become one of the worlds most useful expletives, an all-purpose cry of annoyance that everybody understands from about the age of 6. But shit has now become stigmatized a derogatory rant against Haiti and the 54 nations of Africa. And ...

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Politician’s moving speech about her cancer got a standing ovation in parliament

There wasn’t a dry eye in the House of Lords yesterday afternoon when a former Cabinet minister delivered an emotional speech about her battle with cancer.  Her moving words got a standing ovation, and has since been hailed “one of the most emotional speeches” heard in Parliament for years. Tessa Jowell, who’s undergoing treatment for brain cancer, talked about coming ...

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