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June 26, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: main |

What’s the Problem with Feminism? – Mark Manson

21+ Pictures of History’s Worst People Having a Good Time – Ranker

Emily Ratajkowski Is Back To Sharing Pics Of Her Butt On Instagram…Dayum! – Mandatory

These 7 Celebrities Show Off How They Stylized And Designed Their Homes – Laurel And Wolf

Salma Hayek Just Shared a Seductive Topless Selfie on Instagram, And It’s Muy Caliente – Maxim

Did Seattle’s Higher Minimum Wage Backfire? – Newser

Here’s what a 4-bedroom home looks like in America’s most expensive neighborhoods – Insider

Remember The Name: Tiffany Toth – Yes Bitch

Two security guards went viral after an Instagram model disrespected them beyond belief – Rare

Girl Licks the Rim of a Nasty Dirty Dumpster for $300 – Radass

10 Must-Have Skills That Will Give Your Resume A Huge Boost – Cracked

Random Ariel Winter Photos & Video – G-Celeb

All Aboard Air Koryo, North Korea’s Fleet of Ancient Soviet Planes – Wired

Instagram Model Jaclyn Swedberg Is Hard At Work – Hollywood Tuna

Off-the-grid School Bus Home – The Awesomer

Frightening New Swimsuit Fashion Trend – Sad And Useless

Five Other Jobs That Aren’t Coming Back (Like Coal Mining) – Gunaxin

39 Pieces Of Canadian Graffiti Nicer Than Anything My Mom Has Ever Said To Me – Runt Of The Web

21 Surprising Quotes That Reveal A Darker Side Of John Lennon – All That Is Interesting

Why has Italy been spared mass terror attacks in recent years? – The Guardian

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The Dumping Grounds

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11 People Reveal What Life Is Like Under Sharia Law

June 26, 2017 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Hall Of Fame, TRUTH |

1. I lived in Saudi Arabia most of my life. Not Saudi myself, and am a woman and left Islam. I hate that place with a passion.

I had to wear a headscarf at the age of nine, lived a segregated life style and in fear of half of the population. I was deprived of my own childhood, and the moment I started wearing a headscarf was the moment I stopped going outside to play because other kids and local imams and religious police would give me shit when they saw a girl in a headscarf at the playground or in the street rollerblading. That’s also when my depression started.

I had to have my male guardian’s permission to get an education, get a job and even get paid for my job. For my BA I wanted to major in graphic design, which wasn’t available in Saudi Arabia. I told my parents that I wanted to go study abroad where my brother was. My papers were ready for submission, but my father went ahead and got me admitted into a public university while I was prepared to study abroad. Neither my permission nor presence were needed. I was at least luckier than two of my friends whose parents didn’t allow to go to uni and forced them to marry men twice their age.

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A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

June 26, 2017 | 9 Comments » | Topics: Interesting |

This 2,000-Year-Old Chinese Woman Is One Of The Most Well-Preserved Mummies In The World (article)

She died in 163 BC. When they found her in 1971, her hair was intact, her skin was soft to the touch, and her veins still housed type-A blood.

Xin Zhui was discovered in 1971, when workers digging near an air raid shelter near Changsha practically stumbled across her massive tomb. Her funnel-like crypt contained more than 1,000 precious artifacts, including makeup, toiletries, hundreds of pieces of lacquerware, and 162 carved wooden figures which represented her staff of servants. A meal was even laid out to be enjoyed by Xin Zhui in the afterlife.

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The Daily Man-Up

June 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Man-Up |

Have you ever held back from making a change or taking a chance, afraid of what might happen if you did? Have you ever stayed silent when there was something you really wanted to say, scared of ruffling feathers or being rejected? Have you ever thought to yourself, I wish I just had the guts?

If you have, you’re not alone.

As human beings, we’re wired for caution. We steer away from situations that expose us to the possibility of failing, losing face or feeling foolish. Our desire for safety and certainty pulls hard against our desire for growth and adventure.

If only I had the courage, we often say to ourselves, as though courage is something only a lucky few are endowed with. But that’s not true. Within you lies all of the courage you will ever need—to make that change or take that chance—in your work, relationships and life.

You just haven’t learned how to access it. Yet.

I know this because I’ve spent much of my life learning how to find my courage and rise above the fear that can so easily rob us of our freedom and hold our happiness hostage. From dealing with the challenges I never would have chosen (an armed robbery and numerous family tragedies) to those I’ve willingly taken on (having four children in five years while moving around the world) I’ve discovered that courage is a skill, and like all skills, it can be learned and mastered. I’ve spent years working with everyone from CEOs to trailblazing entrepreneurs to prove this.

Think of courage as a muscle. If you’ve never lifted weights, even the smallest weights will be challenging in the beginning. But if you keep working out, over time you’ll increase your capacity to lift heavier ones. Each time you act in the presence of fear, you dilute its power and grow your own.

But how do you move beyond the bumper stickers and T-shirt slogans that say Just Do It, Live Strong or Be Brave? How do you actually take that audacious leap of faith over a seemingly giant chasm of fear? This six-step guide will inspire you to go from fearful to brave in the face of risk.

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This One Goes Out To All The Jiu-Jitsu Loving Folks Out There

June 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Jiu Jitsu doesn’t work…


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Hot Instagram Girl Of The Day: Raven Lyn

June 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Babes |

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Take This Dose Of Motivation And CONQUER The Week!

June 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Motivation |

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