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The people and NSFW outfits we loved from Ultra Music Festival 2015
Crazy outfits, neon, and a definite excess of exposed skin are staples of the 3-day electronic music rager down in Miami. It's the 17th year of the Ultra Music Festival which has attracted the high profile talents of Tiesto, Avicii, Alesso, Nicky...
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Slutty angels, oh myyyyyy!
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We couldn't agree more.
Brainstorming continues to be used because it feels intuitively right to do so. As such, it is one more placebo in the talent management cabinet, believed to work in spite of the clear absence of evidence. So go ahead, schedule that brainstorming mee...
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but we simply do need a MIRROR for our ideas & thoughts, or even better a TALKING MIRROR   -;)
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For starters, movies and TV stopped making it seem so glamorous. 
Cigarettes used to be everywhere in American society. Fifty years ago, 42.4 percent of U.S. adults smoked. Since then, that figure has declined by more than half, reaching a record low 17.8 percent in 2014. What’s more, the rate is still droppi...
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Overall an informative article but, I have to disagree with "most parents who smoke are likely to have kids that smoke". Not true! My boys are 22 &16. They HATE cigarettes! They have tried for years to get me to stop. Also, a friend of mine had parents who smoked around her, her whole life. She now has lung cancer from 2nd hand smoke. Exactly why I don't smoke around my kids. I choose to smoke, they choose not to. I am extremely proud of them for that!
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Back in the day, kids rode in the beds of pickup trucks, played with firecrackers and biked without helmets. 
When Mommy Shorts creator Ilana Wiles interviewed her mom about raising kids in the '70s and '80s, she learned just how different parenting looked mere decades ago. "Forget sippy cups, our parents didn't even use car seats or bike helmets!"...
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track the trick of the trade, my doorbell is stuck at 911
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Um...

A controversy over prom dresses has erupted at a Pennsylvania high school following the announcement of a new policy requiring girls to submit photographs of their dresses for pre-approval before the big event. According to the York Daily Record,...
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Well i's difficult to be modest when you made the western world. Like always you think you did it all by yourselves, WWII LATE AS USUAL
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Gloria Steinem is all about sisterhood.

Gloria Steinem is all about sisterhood. In an interview with Black Enterprise, published on March 19, Gloria Steinem discussed the impact black women have had on the feminist movement and the idea that the movement has and continues to exclude th...
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Where is Gloria, and other feminist groups in regard to the abuse of women and children around the world! The silence is deafening. 
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The backlash is growing in Indiana and Arkansas. 
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+graeme bromley I suspect you self hating closet cases get that response a lot.
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"Aging as a woman in America is less about injustices done to me than it is about a subtle undermining of my place within this society and a not-so-subtle disrespect that pops up more with each passing year."
If not for the mirrors in my house, I would be very confused about what changed and why. Young women, you'll experience this too, some day. You'll catch your reflection and your breath at the same time and be abruptly reminded that your exterior no l...
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+Luise Healey It is a rather decent little satire of what it feels like to reach that mid-40's point in your life. You know the point - you don't feel "old" but then a younger person comes along and starts to show that you aren't exactly "Young" either.
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Biracial is beautiful. 
Bi-racial beauty queen Ariana Miyamoto should be spending this week celebrating her new title as Miss Universe Japan, but instead she has been using her energy to fight off nasty comments. A photo posted by Miss Universe Japan (@missuniverseja...
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The japs need to remember that they are human first. Jap is just an easy escape to isolate themselves, yet they could all put their collective energies in supporting this BEAUTIFUL girl. Animals are more united than most human species these days. Yet collective human challenges are greater and dire need for UNITY in order for humanity to make it.
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"Such a cute little thug."
I was running errands with my youngest two children in tow when an acquaintance of ours spotted us and came over to say hello. She looked at my son, marveling over how much he had grown. "Yes," I smiled, "He's a big boy!" She rep...
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+Tim Wiens You are extremely insensitive. Considering the Ferguson City government was systematically violating civil rights of its black residents for many years...I would say Mike Brown simply had rage against the illegal acts of the legal system and so was acting more like our Revolutionary War forefathers. In any case, Mike Brown should not have been shot to death. 
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It starts way before the roasting process.
There are definitely some myths out there about sustainable products, and to be blunt, how good they are. Some people wonder whether something so focused on its mission can look great, taste great, feel great. (Apparently locally-grown wheat grass sm...
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+Jake MacHine​ the article is actually about how sustainable and fair trade coffee is better... So not slaves in this case.
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"When someone is talking to you, LISTEN."
On Quora, the social question-and-answer site, a 23-year-old student asked: "What can people start doing now that will help them a lot in five years?" Hundreds of answers poured in, and this one by Quora contributor Andy Giroux was one of o...
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+George LeRoy "This sounds like good advice for Obama!" - You know, a pretty good benchmark to see if someone is a simpleton that suffers from Obama Derangement Syndrome is this : Do they decide to start babbling about Obama on posts completely unrelated to the president? If so, then that person is seriously annoying and ought to be laughed at.
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