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5 Things Sexperts Want All Their Clients To Know

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st May 2017

Goodwill Games rez-art/Thinkstock “There’s nothing wrong with sometimes being intimate just to please your partner, or vice versa. In successful long-term relationships, people accommodate each other. You might sit through an action film when you’d rather see a drama. Your partner may want steak but join you for sushi. We do this for each other […]

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The most interesting posters so far from the Old Gods expansion

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st May 2017

First we had the announcement of the announcement, then the announcement, then six measly placards from the expansion and a lot of thumb-twiddling, but ultimately, ultimately, were starting to see what Mumbles of the Old Gods is an issue of. Every two weeks until secrete, we’re going to highlight a handful of placards from the […]

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Trump to meet tech houses including Apple, Facebook and Google

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st May 2017

Members of Silicon Valleys elite including Tim Cook, Larry Page, Satya Nadella and Sheryl Sandberg to meet president-elect in New York One of the most pressing interrogations Silicon Valley rulers will crave reacted at their Wednesday meeting with President-elect Donald Trump is whether his administration will clamp down on the immigration policies that technology firms […]

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EPL: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores on debut as Jose Mourinho makes winning start

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st May 2017

(CNN)Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored on his English Premier League debut as Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United made a winning start to its campaign at Bournemouth Sunday. The Swedish international striker was one of Mourinho’s key summer signings after taking charge at Old Trafford and after scoring the winner in last weekend’s FA Community Shield clash against Leicester […]

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How to Improve a Civil Rights Movement for the Digital Age

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st May 2017

On the fourth and final morning of last-place summers Democratic National Convention, Rashad Robinson rose early, selected a hat to accord his clothing, and traveled via Uber to a converted industrial WeWork installation in an otherwise barren and unprepossessing slouse of Northeast Philadelphia. Robinson moves Color of Change, the nations largest online civil rights formation, […]

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Naked Yoga Photos Capture The Human Body In All Its Bendy Beauty

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th May 2017

More than 20 million Americans get down with yoga. It’s a wonderful happening, to review the ancient rehearsal can do a body and head certainly, really good. But many fewer, we’d pot, rehearsal yoga in the buff. For yoga novices, it takes gallantry enough just to show up to a class, what with seasoned head-standers […]

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The mettle of darkness that still drums within our 24 -hour cities

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th May 2017

With technology man has inhibited the night. Yet walk the streets alone at 3am, and still the magical and riddle ooze through On some darkness, in the insomniac interludes between roaring goods trains, and beneath the music of ambulance sirens, I can discover owls announcing mournfully to one another from the trees that screen the […]

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How to See Metropolitans Livable Again

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th May 2017

In his new book, The Human City, Daily Beast columnist Joel Kotkin looks at the ways municipalities attain or fail in terms of how their residents are good acted. Here’s a tour of some past models. “> Throughout history, urban areas have taken on many runs, which have often changed during era. Today, this trend […]

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Here’s Proof US Presidential Campaigns Are Way Too F* cking Long

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th May 2017

There is no other country in “the worlds” that does general elections fairly like the United States, and that’s not inevitably a good thing. To set this into perspective, Senator Ted Cruz became the first Republican candidate to officially announce he was flowing for president on March 23, 2015. This symbolizes it’s been over a […]

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Here’s what we learned from the first week of the 2016 European LCS

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th May 2017

The first week of the European League Championship Series( LCS) is in the books, and its teach an important assignment: to temper expectations. After “the worlds largest” hectic offseason in League of Legends biography, it looked like united launch into the brand-new split like a rocket shipwith explosive pairs between all-star lineups, and celebrity actors […]

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