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These Survivalists Accept The aEUR~ End Of The WorldaEUR( tm) Is Attaining, And TheyaEUR( tm) re Ready For It

Published in Odd and Fun on 21st July 2017

In the contest that this actually happens, we’d likely admittedly exactly die. We’re not really equipped to deal with a lawless macrocosm, and we’d likelyfall at the first hurdle. Come this apocalypse, however, there are certain people who are going to flourish. Because they’ve been preparing. Convinced that the’ demise of the world’ is nigh, […]

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Woman Shows Why She Paid To Have Her Daughter Kidnapped

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th July 2017

In a Guardian tower produced this morning, an anonymous dame has explored her decision to have her 17 -year-old daughter “kidnapped” and sent to a tough boot camp in Utah . As she justifies, she’d ever had high hopes for their own children but, as a girl, her daughter started hanging around with a bad […]

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The Five Walking Dead Season Finales So Far

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th July 2017

Norman Reedus recently been demonstrated that after watching The Walking Dead season finale, he “couldn’t speak” . Josh McDermitt apparently hurled his dialogue in the various regions of the area after read it, and Andrew Lincoln blamed it for the only era he’s ever shownup late for work.It’s apparently the most “hardcore” episode they’ve ever […]

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Ultra racket: why music intends so much to us | Adam Ockelford

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th July 2017

Music is one of lifes a pleasure. But why, expects Adam Ockelford, does it alter us so deeply? Its a question that has intrigued intellectuals across the ages from Socrates to Schopenhauer: why is it that abstract motifs of sound mean so very much to human beings? We are more exposed to music than ever […]

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This Survival Horror Game Where Everyone’s High As A Kite On Happiness Looks Amazing

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th July 2017

Imagine a dystopic macrocosm where people wander the streets in constant inquiry of prosperity. They’re all oblivious to the world around them as theywilfullytake an abnormaldrug to get by, and those who dareto see the truth are shunned and villainised … doesn’t is felt that hard actually . We Happy Few is an indie game […]

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10 industries the Internet completely and utterly spoilt

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th July 2017

The internet has changed everything. It has done good for a lot of people, and placed others out of jobs. Here are 10 industries that have been forever changed by the increasing popularity and usefulness of the internet. 1) Cable Television Giphy Our first mention of Netflix goes toward the decline of cable television, an […]

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Why I belong as a black lady in the white nature of indie

Published in Odd and Fun on 27th June 2017

Solange Knowles was reportedly pelted with limes by white people at a Kraftwerk gig for being an stranger. I experience grey micro-aggressions like that every day, tells publicist Michelle Kambasha In 2013, the good people at US-based independent label Secretly Group hired me as a fresh-faced, straight-out-of-the-Midlands graduate. Three years later, my look is less […]

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9 Mainstream Superheroes That Turned Evil Before Captain America Did

Published in Odd and Fun on 25th June 2017

Captain America’s exited all Hydra on our collective arses and no one( prohibit a few Marvel executives) is all that happy about it. Hydra are basically Nazis and Captain America is like the epitome of not has become a Nazi . But, although the world is in huge stun( still ), it’s not the first […]

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Beirut Onrushes: The Hero Who Relinquished His Life To Save Hundreds From Suicide Bomber

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th June 2017

His amazing act of fearlessnes killed him, but he has been hailed as a hero after his relinquish saved dozens, if not hundreds of lives. Today, the bulletin of his daughters survival has been celebrated by thousands. Elie Fares, a Beirut-based physician, told PRI that numerous families, hundreds of kinfolks likely owe their completeness to […]

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Why Despacito is the perfect summer song in Trump’s America | John Paul Brammer

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th June 2017

Latino culture is being cuddled despite the vitriol in our political landscape. The success of the carol serves as a reminder that America is more diverse than ever Walk down the streets, and it can feel like the same sung is smashing out of every sound system: Despacito. The catchy brand-new reggaeton-pop mega smash from […]

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