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I used to drink too much. We Brits have an alcohol problem - Deborah Coughlin | Comment is Freehttp://bit.ly/AlcoholCoughlin

Deborah Coughlin found herself at an alcohol councillor after drinking 220 units over a birthday weekend.
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Ten years and some therapy later, she hardly hits the recommended allowance of 14 units weekly for women. She argues that Britons have a big problem with drink, and that many are searching for excuses to stop.

#alcohol #bingedrinking #booze #alcoholism #drinking
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It is not advice able to take more alchol 
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The Native American kids who got $200,000 for graduating | Guardian Docshttp://bit.ly/HoChunk18Money

The Ho-Chunk Nation are a Native American tribe that owns a string of casinos across Wisconsin.
Subscribe to The Guardian ► http://is.gd/subscribeguardian Ho-Chunk children get a share of casino profits once they've graduated and turned 18. It's called their 18 Money. When they finish high school, they get given $200,000 (£130,000). Journalist and film-maker Jenny Kleeman meets the Ho-Chunk kids of Black River Falls high school and their families as they graduate, along with tribal representatives and residents of Black River Falls, Wisconsin, to understand 18 Money and its impact.

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WOW! So deserving. God Bless these children RICHLY. While I don't gamble or agree with it, I'm glad the profits have a direct benefit.
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Is my brain older than my body? | Science is Everything ► http://bit.ly/EinsteinBrainFeet

Fictional scientist Jeremy Bumble always thought he was wise beyond his Earth years – that somehow his brain was older than the rest of his body.
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Here he explains, with the help of Albert Einstein's thinking on space time, and UCL professor of astronomy Ofer Lahaw, that this is indeed the case. Go science!

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A study of  consciousness...
'LIVING'   Angela Darlene  -  at  Kindle Ebooks
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Kenya's little Obamas: an inspired generation
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Since Barack Obama took office in 2008, children across Kenya have been named after the US president.
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Now in K'Ogelo, the home town of his father, little Obamas are preparing for the arrival of their more famous and powerful namesake. Obama broke boundaries in the US by becoming the first black president, and Kenyan parents hope that their sons will go on to emulate his achievements.

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A lone gunman opened fire inside a crowded movie theatre in Lafayette, Louisiana, on Thursday evening, killing two people and injuring at least seven others before taking his own life, police said. Follow the latest updates with us.
Live coverage as news comes in of a shooting at the Grand Theater in Lafayette
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+James O'Brien that is an excellent point you make ten out of ten for the thought not many thought of that
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David Cameron 'represents every failed orthodoxy of the age' | Owen Jones meets Douglas Carswell ► http://bit.ly/OJmeetsCarswell

Owen Jones is no fan of Ukip's policies or Nigel Farage but despite their differences he hopes he can find some common ground with the party's only MP, Douglas Carswell. Could they agree on who they want to be the next Labour leader, their view of David Cameron, the future of the NHS and the implementation of a progressive tax system?

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Can the sun cool down Earth? | Keep it in the ground  http://bit.ly/sunshineKiitg

Every hour, enough sunlight blasts the earth to power humanity for a year.
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By 2050, across the entire world, solar energy could power our computers, phones, lights, hot water – anything we use electricity for today. There would be no need to pollute the planet with oil, coal or gas. Plus, solar panels are cheap at the moment. What better way to save a heating planet?

#keepitintheground   #climatechange   #solarpower   #solarenergy  

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enter: 'truth def' into a Google search box then
enter: 'truth def' into a DuckduckGo search box.
Neither are lying.
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Highlights from Paul Mason's fascinating discussion on capitalism from +Guardian Membership ►  http://bit.ly/MasonCapitalism

In the wake of the financial crisis and with the rapid rise of new technologies, award-winning economist and journalist, Paul Mason, believes we're on the cusp of a seismic economic shift, of a kind yet to be seen in human history. So has capitalism had its day? Watch him argue his case with Douglas Murray, Zoe Williams, Julia Powles and Pat Kane.

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+marc antony Exactly so! but, there are more people employed worldwide by co-operatives than are employed by large corporations (The New Internationalist). Not forgetting Tim Berners-Lee gave us the WWWeb for free! he could have patented. 
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Calais migrants: Life in the Jungle | Guardian Features ► http://bit.ly/lifeinthejungle

Away from the chaotic scenes on Calais' motorways and ports, the migrant camp known as the new Jungle is growing fast and showing signs of becoming a permanent fixture.
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The Guardian spent three weeks following the lives of a few of its 3,000 residents, rare in-depth access that reveals a growing human cost of the crisis, and the challenges facing refugees and migrants trying to reach Britain.

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Calais migrants: get to England or die trying ► http://bit.ly/calaismigrants
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Offers no reasoned argument and runs away
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Transgender and trapped living a half-life in the deep south | Guardian Featureshttp://bit.ly/TransInTheSouth

As Caitlyn Jenner's ascension has many rethinking trans politics, there are thousands of men and women struggling to fully transition. 
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Meet Alena Bradford. She grew up in Albany, Georgia, where no doctors are willing to give her hormone treatment, so she decided to start self-medicating and experimenting with her own hormone cocktails. Without the support of her family or proper medical care, Alena must live as Christopher and hide her true identity.

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+Родерик Рандом exactly, you said it
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Inside Out, Southpaw, Eden and The Legend of Barney Thomson - video reviews | The Guardian Film Showhttp://bit.ly/InsideOutFilmShow

This week the team watch feelings deal with their feelings in Pixar's pop psychology comedy Inside Out; nod along sagely with the studiously cool scenesters of Mia Hansen-Løve's French house film, Eden; go many rounds with Antoine Fuqua's thudding boxing drama Southpaw; and have a close shave with Robert Carlyle's directorial debut The Legend of Barney Thomson, about a hapless Glaswegian barber. Plus, an interview with Southpaw star Jake Gyllenhaal.

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+Nuria Ratcliff Cullen esta peli les desea, check it out!
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Paul Mason - is capitalism dead? | Guardian Live ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HMs0kkUvq8

In the wake of the financial crisis and with the rapid rise of new technologies, award-winning economist and journalist, Paul Mason, believes we are on the cusp of a seismic economic shift, of a kind yet to be seen in human history. 

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At a Guardian Live event, he takes on Douglas Murray, associate director of the Henry Jackson Society and Spectator columnist, Zoe Williams, Guardian columnist, Julia Powles, a lawyer working on technology law and policy at the University of Cambridge and the Guardian, and Pat Kane, writer, musician, activist & director of The Play Ethic to offer a powerful critique of why capitalism has failed us. The event, held on 22 July was chaired by the editor of The Observer, John Mulholland. 

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Believe the previous comment is from "drunk texting" or not doing a spellcheck. 😕
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