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How to Get a High Score on Flappy Bird

1<p><b>Practice.</b> Play several games and try to score as high as possible, getting used to the game's speed and techniques.<p>2<p><b>Get used to the game's physics.</b> …

Twitter prepares to phase out 'arcane' @ replies

Twitter is reportedly preparing to phase out fundamental features of the social network such as @ replies and hashtags<p>Twitter is preparing to phase out fundamental features of the social network such as @ replies and hashtags, according to reports and a screenshot of a test release of the Android …

Man Utd: Home of Legends

Manchester United given a fresh hope in pursuit<br>of signing Sami Khedira after an angry burst out.<p>This is what he said to a German paper Kicker.de<br>“I …

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Beautiful Photographs of the Frigid Isolation in the Canadian Rockies

Majestic landscapes and mountainous areas are always ingredients for imposing panoramas. The Canadian Rockies found in British Colombia is definitely …

20 Images That Simply Cannot Be Explained

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1000 year old Baobab: Spotted in the Ifaty reserve, north of Tulear in southwestern Madagascar.

The Brazilian wandering spider is one of the most venomous spiders in the world (currently listed in the Guinness World Records as *the* most venous spider), but luckily their fangs are poorly adapted for attacking mammals so the bite is unlikely to kill you. Instead, if you're a man you'll sport a very painful erection for several hours.