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101 Places to Get F*cked Up Before You Die

• <b>Author:</b> Matador Network & David S. Miller<p>What Are You Waiting For?<p>Looking for a guidebook that isn't full of tired, lame, or even BS travel information? <i>101 Places to Get F****d Up Before You Die</i> brings together the most irreverent and legit accounts of drinking, nightlife and travel culture around …

10 offensively terrible dating tips from the religious right

<b>Pat Robertson</b><p>Who’d have thought Pat Robertson’s ideas about sex and relationships are totally backward. Oh right, everyone<p>Katie Halper<p>January 6, 2014 11:59pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on AlterNet.<p>We may have survived yet another war on Christmas. But we must remain vigilant. For the …

Geologists identify trigger for apocalyptic 'super eruptions'

They rank among the most catastrophic natural disasters on Earth, second only in destructive power to an asteroid impact that could ensure humanity meets the same fate as the dinosaurs.<p>Super eruptions make those from normal volcanoes look like sputters of dust. They blast enough material into the …

47 Ronin Official Trailer #1 (2013) - Keanu Reeves, Rinko Kikuchi Movie HD

APOD: Lovejoy in the New Year (2014 Jan 03) Image Credit & Copyright: Damian Peach Explanation: A rival to vanquished Comet ISON in 2013, Comet Lovejoy (C/2013 R1) still sweeps through early morning skies, captured in this starry scene on New Year's day. The frame stretches some 3.5 degrees across a background of faint stars in the constellation Hercules. Only just visible to the naked eye from dark sites before dawn, Lovejoy remains a good target for the northern hemisphere's binocular equipped skygazers. But this deep exposure shows off Lovejoy's beautiful tails and tantalizing greenish coma better than binocular views. Not a sungrazer, this Comet Lovejoy made its closest approach to the Sun around December 22, looping high above the ecliptic plane. Now headed for the outer Solar System, Lovejoy began the new year about 6.7 light-minutes from planet Earth. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page #APOD

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