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Sarah Palin’s charm made Louis C.K. apologize for insulting Tweets

In an interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday, comedian Louis C.K. revealed that he apologized to Sarah Palin for his infamous 2010 Twitter rant. In a series of nasty Tweets, C.K. 129 more words

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Wardrobe challenge: Why Indian women are pulling their saris out of the closet

It started as a casual pact between two friends in the south Indian metropolis of Bengaluru. Entrepreneurs Ally Matthan and Anju Maudgal Kadam were lamenting their collections of unworn saris lying in the backs of their closets. 481 more words

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How Bollywood star Aamir Khan gets millions of people out of their comfort zone

As one of India’s biggest film stars, Aamir Khan is used to being mobbed by fans and reporters alike. In recent times, however, he has seen a change in the way they approach him. 1,180 more words

Women's Rights

Russia Outlaws Memes (of Real People)

Apparently, the Russian government decided that memes (of real people) needed to be outlawed. In spirit of this recent ban, I have posted a few of my favorite Putin memes. 19 more words

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The Internet is full of REALLY mean people!

by Kenneth Justice

~ At coffee this morning I met with a fellow blogger who was visibly upset over some nasty comments they received on their blog, “Kenneth, I just don’t get it, why are so many people on the Internet vicious and mean? 851 more words

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Such a good point, Kenneth. A broken culture indeed! Comments have been disabled. Please visit original post to comment.

French app connects sex toy to digitized erotic stories, for your reading pleasure

A new app called B.Sensory connects the Little Bird vibrator with erotic e-books, with the goal of ushering in “a new way of reading and having fun.” Created by CEO Christel Le Coq (which, really, is the perfect name for an aficionado of erotic fiction), B.Sensory can be installed on smartphones and synced with erotic stories on an e-reader. 62 more words

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