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January 15, 2013

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FLEUR DE LYS-SHAPED BOOK OF HOURS Fetches $28,800 At Auction

 
 

Smallest, Cutest Mammal in the World

The adorable Kitti's hog-nosed bat, aka bumblebee bat, from Thailand is the smallest mammal in the world. The average full grown adult is only 1.2 inches long and weighs around .07 ounces.Via I Have Seen The Whole Of The I...
by The Nag
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Inside the Reality of Hoarding

"Compulsive hoarders aren’t typical clutterers. They’re not normal collectors. They struggle with a psychiatric disturbance that, though related to obsessive-compulsive disorder, is not well understood.”
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by The Nag
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Michael Sam — Hitting Bars, Not QBs

Just two weeks after Michael Sam walked away from football to "refocus" -- he's resurfaced at several bars ... including one of the hottest clubs in West Hollywood ... TMZ Sports has learned.  Sam hit up the world famous A...
by TMZ Staff
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daveberta.ca – Alberta Politics: Is Orange the New Blue in Alberta? My Nerd Nite talk on Sept 17.

Join me on Thursday, September 17, as I dive headfirst into my first talk at Nerd Nite Edmonton. Here is what I will be talking about: Is Orange really the new Blue? A look at what the heck is going on… Continue Readi...

by Anonymous
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Tesla Watch

This steampunk-style Tesla watch is made of copper, a leather strap, and two false thermionic effect lamps. It can be yours for $60 US. If I didn't have toothpick-sized wrists I'd buy one.Via Curiosites de Titam
by The Nag
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Warren Kinsella: KCCCC Day 29: last day of August, but where’s the winning narrative?

 

It’s the last day of August…and survey says the electorate don’t really want anyone to be government. Check out that Abacus slide – all three parties are within three points of eac...
by Anonymous
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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material to start your week.

- Branko Milanovic answers Harry Frankfurt’s attempt to treat inequality as merely an issue of absolute deprivation by reminding us how needs are inherently social: &ld...

by Greg Fingas
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Wise Law Blog: 140 Law – Legal Headlines for the Week of August 31, 2015

Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter: Uber facing a gamut of legal challenges Christian law school fights B.C. law society’s refusal to call grads to the bar – Hamilton Spectator High Roller...
by Anonymous
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Swaying antenna on Trump tower shuts down Bay and Adelaide

An unstable antenna on top of the Trump tower has shut down a portion of downtown Toronto.Toronto police close the Bay St. and Adelaide St. W. area to all pedestrian and vehicle traffic after reports Monday of a swaying antenna...
by Anonymous
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Study says tiny wireless pacemaker OK, but doctors cite safety concerns

A tiny, wireless pacemaker could offer some heart patients a surgery-free alternative to the traditional devices, a new study says. Some doctors, however, say there are lingering safety questions and warned patients not to rush...
by Vancouver Sun - News
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T-Mobile will throttle users exploiting tethering workarounds

Under the leadership of its always-entertaining CEO John Legere, T-Mobile has undercut its competitors, rebranded as an "...
by Anonymous
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Canadians turn thumbs down on Trump for president

A poll of Canadians shows that The Donald doesn't turn up trumps when it comes to who they want as the next president of the United States.
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Russell Westbrook — Hits Hollywood Nightclub … Night Before Wedding

Talk about a last minute bachelor party ...  Hours before he tied the knot, NBA superstar Russell Westbrook hit up 1 OAK nightclub on the Sunset Strip with some of his famous friends ... and TMZ Sports has the…
by TMZ Staff
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Rain complicates cleanup after powerful storm rips through Metro Vancouver

Electricity is slowly being restored across Metro Vancouver two days after the region was battered by a powerful windstorm, but now the area is being drenched by heavy rain.
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Reader’s Diary #1188- Katharine Brush: Birthday Party

We drive familiar stretches sometimes without noting anything, even shocked to realize we drove such a distance with little awareness, feeling liked we'd zoned out in a dangerous and irresponsible way. We could could have run o...
by John Mutford
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Hulk Hogan On N-Word Scandal — I Wanted to Kill Myself

Hulk Hogan says he was so distraught when reports surfaced about him using the n-word, he contemplated suicide.  

by TMZ Staff
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Three Canadians reported among the dead after massive fire sweeps residential compound in Saudi Arabia

A civil defence spokesman told the press 10 people died and 259 were injured in total. The gated community houses expatriate workers for oil giant Saudi Aramco
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Sony is crowdfunding a smart watch with a dumb face

For the better part of a year, Sony has encouraged employees to come forward with their own projects and showcase them via its First Flight crowdfunding platform. Early ideas have included an e-paper watch, a smart remot...
by Matt Brian
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Last Chance to Experience Northern Lights on Parliament Hill This Summer

Last Chance to Experience Northern Lights on Parliament Hill This Summer
by Canada News Centre - National News
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Obama to rename North America’s highest mountain, giving it back its Aboriginal name

Obama will change the name from Mount McKinley to Mount Denali, an Athabascan name used by generations of Alaska Natives that means 'the great one'
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Photos: Skimpy and outlandish outfits at the MTV Video Music Awards

Never a dull moment on the red carpet of the MTV Video Music Awards in L.A., California on Sunday night.
by Vancouver Sun - News
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A Puff of Absurdity: Fighting Fanaticism

“Fanaticism is bred by hopelessness and despair. It is not the product of religion, although religion often becomes the sacral veneer for violence. The more desperate people become, the more this nihilistic violence w...

by Marie Snyder
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Toronto boy, 14, shot to death while at wake in Jamaica; police seek person of interest

The Jamaica Constabulary Force says Ricardo Williams was shot several times around 2 a.m. Sunday morning near Kingston
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Northern Reflections: Singing From The Same The Same Songbook

Last week, Tony Turner — who wrote the protest song Harperman — was suspended from his job. Turner is a federalist scientist, whose job is to track migratory bird species. He knows what’s been happening at ...

by Owen Gray
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Three Canadians among dead in Saudi fire


RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA — A Saudi official says three Canadians, a Pakistani and ...

by Associated Press
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Research from U of A grad sheds light on dinosaur’s deadly tail

With spikes and stony plates on its body, horns on its head and a club on the tip of its tail, the ankylosaur seemed to have self-defence built right into its body. New research on the evolution of the dinosaur’s tail sug...
by Vancouver Sun - News
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Viral video shows Israel soldier struggling with Palestinian boy


JERUSALEM —A video documenting a violent scuffle between a...

by Anonymous
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Where Ice Cream Trucks Go To Die

When I was a kid the music heralding the arrival of the ice cream truck would set me salivating. The tinny music was a sign of summer. I can't remember the last time I saw (and heard) one of these trucks. Of course I live in a ...
by The Nag
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How Art Helps My Students in New Orleans Deal with Their PTSD

I came to New Orleans in 2008 and worked for a year in a public high school as a science teacher. My students knew death intimately. On dress-down days, they came to school in white T-shirts with iron-on transfer pictures of...

by Anonymous
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The Ultimate Alternate Fundraiser?

School doesn’t start here for a blessed 10 days?   Thank goodness, because I’m not ready for that back to school rush.  Have I told you how much I hate alarm clocks and mornings?   But I’m also ...
by Stephanie
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by Daniel Cooper
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Toronto teen shot dead in Jamaica

A 14-year-old Canadian boy was fatally shot in Kingston, Jamaica, early Sunday and local police are asking a person of interest to turn himself in.

The Jamaica Constabulary Force identified the victim as Ricardo Willi...

by Anonymous
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