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Philadelphia Eagles fan who crashed into pole scores tickets to London game: report

November 12, 2018

But things came to a screeching halt when Desai, who was being recorded, reportedly crashed into a pole. Video of the moment later spread across social media. NFL REFEREES COME UNDER FIRE OVER QUESTIONABLE CALLS “At the end of it all, if you are going to have a knucklehead moment caught on camera from two […]

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1 in 5 childhood scald burns caused by instant soup and ramen, research shows

November 11, 2018

(CNN)Instant soup — often sold as “ramen” in the United States — is cheap, tasty and wildly popular among hungry college students. But new research suggests that the products may put young children at risk. Thousands of burns every year Allen’s research team looked at more than 4,500 pediatric scald burns recorded over nearly an […]

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Whats Wrong With Todays Society Captured In 25+ Brutally Honest Illustrations By Angel Boligan

November 10, 2018

Boligán , who now lives in Mexico City, has received countless international awards and worldwide recognition for the way he highlights the rampant consumerism, loneliness, addiction and over-reliance on technology in Western society. We here at Bored Panda have compiled a list of our favorite examples of Boligán’s work, cartoons that will make you stop, […]

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Jury deliberating murder charge against ex-deputy’s husband

November 10, 2018

Jurors deliberated Thompson’s fate for about seven hours Friday after closing arguments before ending their work for the day. Deliberations were set to resume on Monday. Thompson faces up to life in prison if convicted of murder. He could also be convicted of the lesser charges of manslaughter or criminally negligent homicide. This is the […]

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This History Museum Has Made Such A Fascinating Discovery That Even J. K. Rowling Responded

November 9, 2018

The journal was acquired as part of a set of 42 diaries that belonged to the Beale family. So taken and entertained by young Beale’s drawings, the museum tweeted out pages of the notebook which then went viral. However, it was one illustration, in particular, that seemed to grab people’s eye, a sketch of a […]

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How to create the Killer soundtrack

November 9, 2018

Image copyright Unloved Image caption Unloved: Soundtracking Eve David’s composing skills were brought in on the advice of Catherine, who was then delighted to discover that his band’s style “just totally worked within our Killing Eve sound world.” “We wanted some power and darkness and quite a lot of humour, and Unloved had that but […]

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93 Percent Of Children Globally Are Breathing Toxic Air Pollution Every Day

November 8, 2018

Around 93 percent of the world’s children under the age of 15 years – 1.8 billion children – breathe heavily polluted air every day, according to a major new report from the World Health Organization. As a result of the widespread toxic air, hundreds of thousands of kids are dying, falling seriously ill, or suffering from cognitive […]

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The Dark Side of Chocolate: What You Need to Know Before Buying Your Kids Halloween Candy This Year

November 8, 2018

ShareTweet The candy industry raked in a whopping two billion dollars in sales last Halloween, and not surprisingly, over a billion of those dollars were spent on chocolate alone. For most chocolate companies, America’s favorite spooky holiday accounts for approximately 10 percent of their yearly revenue. According to the TheChocolateStore.com, “Americans consume 2.8 billion pounds of chocolate […]

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Post-Michael Florida: Fear, frustration and life on the edge

November 7, 2018

Erin Maxwell waited in line for fuel for more than an hour Thursday at a gasoline station that never opened. “I’m tired and want to go to sleep. I don’t want to wait in another line,” said Maxwell, eyes closed and her head tilted back on the seat. Meanwhile, husband Mickey Calhoun fretted over the […]

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