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Mark Zuckerberg's A Year In Books Hits Halfway Point

 Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg started his book club back in Jan, setting out to read a book every two weeks and inviting others to do the same. This week he revealed the club's latest title while admitting that his initial goal may have been a lofty one.

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Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner Divorcing Because Of Jennifer Lopez

Pi;c: peoplestylewatchFRIENDS have revealed that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's relationship is over due to the 'Argo' star's continued friendship with his ex-fiance Jennifer Lopez.

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Suicide Attempt Is Still A Crime In Malaysia: Experts Discuss Whether This Law Is Outdated

Someone once said that “if you want to kill yourself, make sure you’re really dead; otherwise you’ll end up worse: in jail”. As if a suicidal person is not burdened enough with his or her problems, they now have to face another issue: the possibility of spending a year in jail, paying a fine, or both. The Malay proverb “sudah jatuh ditimpa tangga” sums it all up perfectly.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Date A Martial Artist

Martial arts aren’t all about breaking boards and breaking arms; martial artists have also been known to break their own fair share of hearts. But don’t let that stop you, because men and women who practice martial arts offer a ton of great benefits to potential partners. 

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That Was FAST: Yesterday It Was Gay Marriage; Now Look Who Wants “Equal Rights”

Illustration purposeI am not adding much commentary to this, because I really think little is necessary. I am busy trying to find a hand hold on our slippery slope, because I fear my nation is falling into an abyss.

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Porn 'Addiction' Isn't Really Addiction, Neuroscientists Say

Porn "addiction" has been a subject of considerable debate among psychologists and in pop culture.

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Bad Boy Or Mr. Nice Guy – Which Do Women Prefer?

As a nerd/geek who is a ‘bad-boy-wannabe’ as my editor calls it, I was wondering what makes one a bad boy, seeing as I could hone some of these ‘bad-ass’ skills.

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I’m Gay, And I Oppose Same-Sex Marriage

Pic: The FederalistGay marriage has gone from unthinkable to reality in the blink of an eye. A recent Washington Post/ABC News poll shows that support for gay marriage is now at 61 percent—the highest it’s ever been. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case that many court-watchers believe will deliver the final blow to those seeking to prevent the redefinition of marriage. By all measures, this fight is over. Gay marriage won.

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23 Things You’ll Only Know If You Work Multiple Jobs

 All multiple job working people are hard-working BOSSES.

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Goodbye Red Bull, Here's The New Club-Mate Drink

 Almost every venue in north Brooklyn now stocks an exotic-looking bottled beverage with a mysterious gaucho on its label. Peter Meehan, editor of food magazine Lucky Peach, tweeted a picture of it ten days before pop star Sky Ferreira Instagrammed the label, calling it “THE BEST THING TO COME TO THE USA SINCE THE BEATLES.” A recent issue of Bon Appétit gave it a short blurb, quoting a translation of the label’s cheeky copy: “One gets used to it.”

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