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It’s quite something that what was undoubtedly the oddest, most extreme and certainly the most sinister “comedy” series of the year 2000 would still be all of those same things when revisited over a decade and a half later, but this was the conclusion that I invariably came to last week when I re-watched Chris Morris’ legendarily fucked-up Channel Four series Jam. Nothing’s come even close to dethroning it in the intervening years. Based on audi...
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Ancient dog and wolf DNA reveals wolves were domesticated twice, once in Asia and once in Europe, but because a small subset of dogs from…
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Hey @sainsburys - is this true? You stand to opportunistically profit from the shutdown of BBC Food? #BBCFood · Embedded image. 9:27 a.m. - 17 May 2016. 1 Retweet. Reply to @vickyyyf · Home · Sign up · Log in · Search · About. More like this; Less like this; Cancel. Not on Twitter?
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Great critique of modern cinema soundtracks.
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“How and why to save politicians’ (and your own) tweets before they are deleted” @paulbradshaw https://medium.com/thoughts-on-journalism/how-and-why-to-save-politicians-and-your-own-tweets-before-they-are-deleted-8900054cbdd0
Events in the last year mean you can no longer rely on Twitter to be an accurate record of what was said
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The sort of story that the 1% would not like spread.
In 1919, Ohio businessman Arthur Nash decided to run his clothing factory according to the Golden Rule and treat his workers the way he’d want to be treated himself. In this week’s episode of the Futility Closet podcast we’ll visit Nash’s “Golden Rule Factory” and learn the results of his innovative social experiment. We’ll also marvel at metabolism and puzzle over the secrets of Chicago pickpockets. Sources for our feature on Arthur Nash: Arthur...
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It's take out the trash day! And the bad news the Tories want to bury is the controversial sell-off of the Land Registry
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Fighting Confirmation bias & preconceived notions one idiot at a time. Photography, scientificky, newsy guy.
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Helpful staff, clean simple rooms perfect fit for those needing a base to crash out in after a long day exploring Seville. Great breakfast choices and relaxed cool environment to eat breakfast in. The free Wi-Fi is fast enough for most needs not necessarily video streaming services though, which is understandable at these prices. Hotel location is easy to find if you have a decent map or Google maps, just be aware Google maps is not 100% accurate for the kind of narrow streets the hotel is down once you're on correct street go by building number instead to find hotel. Excellent value for the budget price we paid. Recommended.
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