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    Best Women’s Plus Size Bathing Suits for Any Body

    Shopping for clothing can be a daunting challenge for many women, whether due to a large bust, short legs, wide hips, or anything else. Shopping can be incredibly frustrating, especially when it comes to choosing the right fit when it comes to swimsuits. It takes a lot of combing through a multitude of swimsuit options before finding just the right…

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    Reviewing TruVision Products

    TruVision, a company that that deals in supplements doesn’t need to give a lot of importance on their financials when they have products to sell. They have so many products, and their main concern is helping people live a healthier lifestyle. They do so by having many avenues to help you live a better life, such as appetite control, weight loss,…

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  • 10 White Elephant Gifts That Will Get a Laugh at the Office Party

    White Elephant is a traditional holiday game in which participants compete over a selection of shitty gifts by stealing less shitty gifts from other participants. It’s like Secret Santa, but more villainous. If your office, book club, or drinking buddies want to do a White Elephant exchange this year, here’s a selection of gifts under $20 that will spark hilarity,…

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  • Stephen Hawking Released His Ph.D. Thesis for Free and It Crashed Cambridge’s Website

      Stephen Hawking was 24 years old when he published his doctoral thesis “Properties of expanding universes,” in which he examined the consequences of a universe if it were forever growing. It was 1966, and Hawking was not yet an internationally recognized figure and respected theoretical physicist. A half century later, per popular demand, that thesis is now available to…

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  • Icelandic voters set to oust centre-right government in snap election

    But political scandals, a growing sense of inequality and worries about immigration are jeopardising stability in one of the most homogeneous nations on earth. The previous government was felled last year by the Panama Papers scandal over offshore tax havens. The Independence Party has dominated power for decades. It wants to reduce the national debt and cut taxes on individuals…

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  • You Can Get a Free Passport If You Book a Flight to Australia

      If you’ve ever longed to surf Bells Beach, see a kangaroo in the wild, or climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge, you have one less excuse for not booking your dream trip. Qantas Airways just announced that they will pay for your new passport if you buy a ticket to Australia. The airline launched this new promotion “because we heard…

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  • Australia appoints emergency deputy PM in citizenship crisis

    Turnbull’s centre-right coalition is now in a precarious position. His Liberal Party is the senior party in a coalition with the smaller National Party, which Joyce led. He must now win the support of one of three independent lawmakers to keep his minority government afloat, with two sitting weeks of parliament left until it recesses for the year. At least…

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  • This Hip-Hop Playlist Will Power You Through Even the Hardest Workout

    Neil Godwin/T3 Magazine via Getty Images; Erik Tanner A workout is nothing without your favorite music thumping out of your earbuds and pulsing through your body. The rhythm is timed to your sneakers hitting the pavement, or a song swells just as you hit your final training interval. Just imagine exercising with nothing but the sound of your own panting…

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  • JFK files released by CIA ending wait of half a century – but some sensitive information withheld

    The meeting was told the CIA would look into the possibility of sabotaging airplane parts that were to be shipped to Cuba from Canada. McGeorge Bundy, JFK’s national security adviser, cautioned that sensitive ideas like sabotage would have to be considered in more detail on a case-by-case basis. Mike Pompeo, the CIA director, was a lead advocate in arguing to…

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  • These Photos From Europe's First Underwater Restaurant are Incredible

    Norway: a land of rolling fjords and lonely polar bears circling its distant arctic rim. Of coniferous forests, harsh grey seas, John Arne Riise and extremely expensive beers. Oh, and now Europe’s first ever underwater restaurant. Coming to a frozen Norwegian coastline near you soon, architecture firm Snøhetta has revealed plans to build a restaurant in southern Norway that will…

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