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How To Spot A Terrorist... Leaked Document Reveals Warning Signs For US Officials

FIDGETING, whistling, and sweaty palms are among the suspicious signs that airport staff in the US are trained to spot when rooting out potential terrorists, a leaked document has revealed.

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HOLY SHIT! A Lamb Is Born With A Human Face, Similar To Horror Movie Character Too!

Bad news for those who are superstitious -- a potential horror movie might be unfolding in our very realm of reality -- as a lamb was born with a terrifying human face!

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Facebook Moves Into Its New Garden-Roofed Fantasyland

The roof of the new Facebook building, about 70-feet up, offers a winding walk through nine acres of greenery. This walkway sits above the marshlands of Menlo Park, California, not the big city.

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Best-Paying Jobs In Beijing Are IT Professionals. Average Monthly Salary: US$1,515

A recent survey by domestic job search site Kanzhun has shed some light on the average salaries of professionals in China’s biggest cities. For each city, the study shows the top three highest-paying industries based on monthly salary.

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Reimagining Everyday Objects

Can we agree that the term “Internet of things” should go away when we’re talking about consumer products? Like the “world wide web” before it, the Internet of things phrase is a relic from the past. I don’t need a connected washing machine or Internet-enabled color changing LED light bulb and nor does anyone else. “Things” don’t need the Internet.

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A Farewell To Jobs

Few subjects elicit more skepticism than the so-called “sharing economy.” Kevin Roose argues: “The Sharing Economy Isn’t About Trust, It’s About Desperation.” Catherine Rampell warns: “there’s a dark side to these work arrangements … the shifting of risk off corporate balance sheets and onto the shoulders of individual Americans.”

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Pole Dancing - I'm A Guy And I Did It!

I was late. The class had already begun their warm ups. I took off my shoe, already clad in my skin tight, body hugging black training top and black Speedos.

The moment I entered the class, they were standing, but with their heads down, doing some exercises which I am pretty sure was beneficial for the abs, or some muscle group.

But me being late surprisingly didn’t end up with a bad ‘punishment’ after all, in fact, it gave me a better ‘view’ as they were all clad in the skimpiest of exercise clothes (as required for pole dancing.)

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F1 Racers Push Their Bodies To Extremes In Malaysia's Heat

Formula One holds F1 races all over the world, in all kinds of climates. From the rainy summer days at Silverstone to the autumn heat in Texas, drivers, mechanics and cars must all be prepared for whatever mother nature might throw at them.

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Everything You Need To Know About The War In Yemen

The Saudi bombing campaign in Yemen, now into its second day, has scored significant approval across the kingdom, a social media analysis by Vocativ shows.

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The Reason Why This Mum's Bikini Photo Was "Liked" More Than 300,000 Times

 Pic: PopSugar

Lifestyle blogger Rachel Hollis inspired many women to share their own stories of body image -- after she posted this bikini photo of herself with an empowering message.

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