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I live the way this tree and its unusual house jump out at the end of this obscure news off of Gray's Inn Road.
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A rare original contemporary building in London's 'thou shalt fit in' streetcape
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Bring back the pointing finger! 👈
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Scoville! The man behind the scale of pepper heat.
Can you take the heat with inventor of the Scoville scale, Wilbur Scoville?! #GoogleDoodle
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This guy could give Dave nightmares! He's a white food loving Swede with no taste for heat. But for some weird reason he likes horseradish...
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The thing these three Russian women do starting at about 0:45 and continuing until about 1:20, is just flat-out amazing. Just wa
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Sarah Palin compared to Cicero. I bet you didn't see that coming.
The elements of Mrs. Palin’s speech style on the campaign trail aren’t simple; they’re actually incredibly complicated.
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Reviews, photos, putting places on the map...it adds up. My happiest point is putting the lovely Patisserie Ste.-Anne on the map when it opened. I've been gratified to see how many reviewers have shared my view that it's a miraculous arrival in Hammersmith. https://goo.gl/maps/jDjrtTbMA5E2
I earned 500 points by sharing my local knowledge on Google Maps, and now I'm a Level 5 Local Guide. With great power, comes great responsibility… ask me how it all works!
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Celebrating 16+ years in London by leaving regularly on quests for warmth.
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Not the 85th-best shortstop of all time, but in fact an aspiring bon vivant and Salesforce.com guru in London.  

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The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks: "The Attorney"
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‘Dark Chapter’: my rape, regrowth and recovery
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Winnie M Li was violently assaulted in a Belfast park in 2008. Writing about it, she says, has helped her heal

London Barbican Wedding // Circus Wedding at The Brewery
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London Barbican Wedding held at The Brewery with a circus theme.

Hideous Londoners forced to travel above ground
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THE twisted troglodytes who inhabit London have been forced to expose themselves to daylight.

IAN SHAW
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Regarded as one of the UK's finest jazz singers, the award-winning Ian Shaw celebrates the great jazz singer-songwriters.

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The Eight Serious Relationships of Hercules
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Shouts & Murmurs by Yoni Brenner: “He drank deeply of mead and dominated many games of wine pong, and it was through these that he came to k

Slavoj Žižek on the Charlie Hebdo massacre: Are the worst really full of...
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Epiphany, 2015.
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Sweeping the living room in the aftermath of de-decorating the Christmas tree and then hurling it into the backyard from the balcony, I coll

Cheney to Lead Torture-Pride March - The New Yorker
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“We’ll be there to say, ‘We’re torturers and we’re damn proud of it—join us,’” the former Vice-President said.

The Astonishing Rise of Angela Merkel
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George Packer profiles the most powerful woman in the world.

Subway Emotional-Awareness Campaign - The New Yorker
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Riding the train with your partner? Remember, cutesy conversations and giggling can be nauseating to your fellow passengers.

The Man Behind the Lists - The New Yorker
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Lists! Who, you ask, makes them? The answer is that I do. Need proof? Here are some of my most recent gems.

Bible System Updates
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Shouts & Murmurs by Megan Amram. “Version 2.5 Sabbath upgrade: Saturday to Sunday. Saturdays now available for work, heterosexual intercours

The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks: Tarte "Maurice"
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Whipping Boy
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Allen Kurzweil spent forty years searching for his boarding-school bully. He got more than he bargained for.

A Neo-Cantina in Colonia Roma
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Riviera del Sur in Mexico City's Colonia Roma specializes in Yucatecan cuisine, including a superb array of tasty antojitos, or small plates

Interesting selection and helpful staff.
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Rich cakes and proper pastries from a French bakery newly settled in London. Bread made on the premises and desserts of Parisian refinement are a departure for this stretch of King Street and a welcome addition.
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Enjoyable medium-sized market hall, with many cafes and restaurants in the surrounding streets. A great place to stock up if you are self-catering in Palma.
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Thai food is no more - menu is typical gastropub now.
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A fascinating place to visit for anyone impressed by great engineering works. The volunteers who restored the engines steam them up about six times a year - it's worth checking the schedule. The tiny-town steam railway adjacent to the pump house will delight young and old.
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Some fine twentieth-century antiques here, big and small, in a rambling building that always seems to have one more nook or cranny to investigate.
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