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Captain America: Civil War review – an aspartame rush

Entertaining mayhem ensues when some of the Avengers reject government oversight following a botched operation Should the Avengers be nationalised? This is the explosively controversial idea that ignites a civil war among their ranks in this exciting superhero extravaganza. Its crazily surreal, engaging and funny in the best Marvel tradition, building to a whiplash-twist reveal that sports with the…

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The Inside Story of Pong and the Early Days of Atari

Al Alcorn knew he was being wooed. Nolan Bushnell, the tall, brash, young technologist from Alcorn’s work-study days at Ampex, had shown up at Alcorn’s Sunnyvale office. Bushnell was driving a new blue station wagon. “It’s a company auto, ” he said with pretended nonchalance. He offered to drive Alcorn, recently hired as an associate technologist at Ampex, to…

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Stoya: ‘I thought female sexuality was an OK thing? ‘

The porn starring says her volume, Philosophy, Pussycats and Porn, is an attempt to find a serious speech for sex Dubbed ” the pop starring of porn” by Village Voice, Stoya is an award-winning musician in adult movies, a director, a podcast host and, among other credits I don’t have space to listing, an all-round entrepreneur. She’s both a…

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Paris Hilton to produce ‘unflinching’ documentary about herself

The former reality starring is behind a new movie that is said to profile Hilton as a businesswoman, entrepreneur and media icon Paris Hilton is to produce an unflinching, authorized documentary on herself, it was announced at Cannes. The film is currently being advertised to purchasers on the Cannes market. The still-untitled documentary, which is set to begin production…

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Dreamers: How Young Indians Are Changing the World by Snigdha Poonam- review

A perceptive account of the challenges India faces in dealing with the aspirations of its growing young population Society The Observer Dreamers: How Young Indian Are Changing the World by Snigdha Poonam- review A perceptive account of these new challenges India faces in dealing with the aspirations of its growing young population Jason Burke Sun 4 Feb 2018 03….

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Dutch golden age painting looted by Nazis to be auctioned

The Oyster Meal by Jacob Ochtervelt was returned to descendants of original owned, who have decided to sell A Dutch golden age painting looted by the Nazis from a bank vault and display for 30 years in London’s Mansion House is to be auctioned at Sotheby’s. Jacob Ochtervelt’s The Oyster Meal was returned to the family of its original…

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh: architect of option for Doctor Who and Madonna

From sci-fi libraries to steampunk tearooms, his amazing creations built Glasgow a design paradise and even crop up in Blade Runner, Doctor Who and Madonna videos. We join in the 150 th anniversary celebrations ‘Those who want to see art should bypass London and go straight to Glasgow ,” wrote the German critic Hermann Muthesius in 1902.” Glasgow’s take…

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Inside the pay-for-post ICO industry

In a world where nothing can be trusted and fake news abounds, ICO and crypto squads are further muddying the waters by trying- and often failing- to pay for posts. While bribes for blogs is nothing new, sadly the present crop of ICO creators and crypto projects are particularly interested in scaling fast and many ICO CEOs are far…

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Russian reality TV present Game2: Wintertime to ‘allow’ rape and murder in Siberia

Contestants sign waiver recognise they are not able to survive nine-month Siberian wilderness challenge, and if crimes are perpetrated, they will be arrested A new Russian reality demonstrate where crimes are permitted will begin next year. Game2: Wintertime will strand 30 contestants in the -4 0F( -4 0C) Siberian wilderness for nine months with the surviving win receiving a…

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Understanding Trump: what can we learn from Newt Gingrich’s new volume?

The latest offering from the former House speaker parses the rise of the president, but ultimately says more about writer than subject When Kellyanne Conway use the term alternative facts in an interview with NBC, the statement ran viral not just because of its brazen insincerity, but because there was a measure of transparency to it: in our current…

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