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Monthly Archives: April 2016

This College Cheerleader ‘How-To’ Guide Is Complete BS

The University of Washington made a bit of a misstep when they published a guide to cheerleader “do’s” and “don’ts” — solely focused on very specific physical qualifications. The infographic was shared on social media this week ahead of try-outs for the team, featuring a white, thin, young blonde woman dressed in a black sports bra and shorts. Some of the ...

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Dermatologists Get Real About Warm Weather And Your Thighs

Ahh, spring. Flowers are in bloom, the sun is shining, the air is still crisp… and your thighs are burning. Well, many thighs, at least. Higher temperatures lead to sweat, and that sweat can collect in places where skin touches skin — no matter the body type. In warm weather, friction from constantly-touching inner thighs or underarms can lead to burning, ...

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Sorry, But Hawaii Isn’t Actually Going To Pay You To Move To Paradise

In recent weeks, headlines like “Hawaii will pay you to move to paradise,” have flooded the internet, waxing poetic about the Aloha State’s incredible job opportunities for eager beach-goers willing to move for a teaching job.  The viral story of Hawaii’s supposed hiring spree gained enough traction to inspire well-read versions everywhere from Woman’s Day to the New York Post, which ...

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Inside This Sikh Artist’s Wonderland Of Spirituality

Sikh artist Baljinder Kaur’s Instagram account exudes both sweetness and profundity. Through her art, the 25-year-old UK native explore themes of faith and identity as expressed through daily life. “I don’t intentionally convey particular messages, rather, they’re outcomes of conversations with myself, through and with the life around me,” Kaur told The Huffington Post. “They help me connect and make sense ...

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Everyone Is About To Know Ezra Edelman’s Name

Ezra Edelman thinks before he talks. But when he finally opens his mouth, he speaks quickly and deliberately. The 41-year-old filmmaker is the brain behind ESPN’s “O.J.: Made in America,” a five-part, 464-minute documentary film about the rise and fall of O.J. Simpson. Edelman, who directed HBO’s 2010 “Magic & Bird: A Courtship of Rivals,” was initially reluctant to take on ...

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Says There’s One Way Jon Snow Can Return

After the “Game of Thrones” premiere on Sunday, everyone has one question on their minds: Is Melisandre resurrecting Jon Snow or nah? (C’mon, HBO. We’re dying here. We’re resorting to looking at blood patterns for crying out loud. Blood patterns! It’s like the Rorschach test from hell.) Well, thanks to “Game of Thrones” actor Joe Naufahu, you can Khal it ...

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Im Never The Girl That You Choose In The End

Im the girl no one wants. Im the girl thats too open. Im the girl that sees a sky and it reminds me of a memory, and then asks what the sky in Ireland looks like on a day like today. Im the girl who openly points out my flaws and wants to tell you yours, but only because I ...

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12 Summer Getaways When All You Want Is Quiet

If you’ve ever felt a desire to leave the trappings of city life behind for the quiet beauty of the natural world, you’re not alone. Humans have been feeling this pull for hundreds of years.  For those who are religious, this inner search for purpose and direction has often drawn people to join monastic communities. Traditionally, these centers have been organized around ...

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Milky Way’s Vast Galactic Plane Shimmers In Hypnotic New Video

To the naked eye, the Milky Way can seem little more than a whitish smudge stretching across the night sky — at least if you’re stargazing in the midst of a light-polluted city. But when observed by a powerful telescope positioned far out in space, our galactic home comes alive as a vast and very beautiful collection of glimmering celestial ...

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What the hell? Artist crucifies Jesus on dartboard | Fox News

Courtesy Natalie Caruso The art exhibit inside a campus library at Rutgers University was sickening Jesus crucified on a dartboard. It is surprising that a state university would allow this, Rutgers alum Natalie Caruso wrote on her Facebook page on April 20. I asked them to take it down because I found it disrespectful and they refused. How is this ...

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