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The art, or rather science, of playing Pokemon Go

(Source: www.todayonline.com)

Caught a Chansey, Lapras or Dragonite? Consider yourself as having won the lottery, as chances are as low as 0.003%

SINGAPORE — The horde of Pokemon Go trainers crowding around Block 401 Hougang Ave 10 hoping to catch a Snorlax, Gyarados or Dragonite are just victims of groupthink, said someone who has the data to prove it. 614 more words

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Disneyland Has A Pokémon Go Problem

(Source: kotaku.com)

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A reader’s girlfriend works at Disneyland, and sends word that it looks like management is having some trouble with the actors in ball gowns and animal suits playing Pokémon Go on the sly. 60 more words

Technology

NBA 2K17 MyCareer: The Review

(Source: kotaku.com)

NBA 2K16’s ambitious attempt last year to get Spike Lee to run its centrepiece MyCareer mode (basically a giant singleplayer sports RPG) … 1,419 more words

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The Daycare Kiddos

Lately I’ve been really interested in documentary style photography, so today I decided to bring my camera along during our daily outing to the park with my daycare kids.   49 more words

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Milham. family

The Milham’s are such a beautiful family! I met Becky through our women’s bible study and was instantly drawn to her bubbly and humorous personality. She is so fun and I loved spending the day with her three charming kiddos and husband. 34 more words

Photography

Gal*Gun Has A Panic Button, For When Mom Walks In

(Source: kotaku.com)

Gal*Gun: Double Peace, the PlayStation game about shooting your love at schoolgirls is now on Steam, and it’s even managed to crack the top-sellers list. 221 more words

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Singapore welcomes Japan playing a more active role in the region: PM Lee

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

TOKYO: Singapore welcomes Japan playing a more active role in the region, and hopes to see Japan work closely with ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) to further deepen economic relations, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Wednesday (Sep 28). 509 more words

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