10+ Puppies On Their First Days Of Work That Will Make Your Day

August 16, 2017

The top job roles for the doggies are: police dogs, military dogs, fire dogs, guide and hearing dogs, medical assistance and disability dogs, and therapy dogs. Most canines at work are Retrievers or Golden Shepherds, because they’re known for being smart and easy to train. Their ‘vest’ is not just a cute outfit – it’s their uniform. It informs other humans that the dog is on the job. Remember –…

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59 Percent of Millennials Raised in a Church Have Dropped OutAnd They’re Trying to Tell Us Why

August 16, 2017

Only 4 percent of the Millennial Generation are Bible-Based Believers. This means that 96 percent of Millennials likely don’t live out the teachings of the Bible, value the morals of Christianity and probably won’t be found in a church. This author goes deep to explain why. By Sam Eaton From the depths of my heart, I want to love church. I want to be head-over-heals for church like the unshakable…

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Transgender Man Shares Incredible Before & After Progress Photos, Loses His Friends And Family

August 16, 2017

In 2015, Jaimie made the brave decision to start transitioning from female to male, shocking and alienating most of his friends and family. “At first I was scared to come out as transgender because I didn’t give any ‘signs,’ as people say,” he writes on Instagram, where he now enjoys over 300 thousand followers. After 2 years of testosterone treatment, surgery, and hard work at the gym, 21-year-old Jaimie has…

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What Anxiety Actually Is, And Why It Makes Relationships And Dating So Hard

August 16, 2017

Biancadjardins Its staying up at night and tossing and turning because you wonder how someone feels. Its questioning if this is really something or is it all in your head. Anxiety is being excited about a date but thinking theyll cancel last minute. It’s staring at your phone waiting for it. It’s every past relationship on repeat and hoping this one doesnt end the same way. Its an ending that…

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Remember This Book? The Author Just Confessed What Its Really About& Itll Rip Your Heart Out

August 16, 2017

“Love You Forever” has been a popular children’s book for 30 years…but it’s NOT about what you think. Robert Munsch’s Love You Foreverwas publishedonce upon a 1986, but its legacy lives on even today. As a kindergartner, I remember sitting cross-legged and staring doe-eyed at my teacher, Mrs. Duff, as she read that book to us over and over during story time. You’d think it would eventually get old, but…

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What Depression Actually Is, Because Its More Than Just Being Sad

August 15, 2017

Depression is doing everything you can to hide it. Because theres nothing glorified about it. Theres nothing beautiful about a bad night as you fall you your knees, in a silent scream, that no one hears because youre alone and you need to be until you get through it. Its the sleepless nights as you lay awake at 2 am staring at the ceiling. Its that time of year, you…

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10 Things That Happen When You Meet A Good Guy After A Toxic Relationship

August 15, 2017

Photography And it takes everything in you to not walk away. And even when you walk away, you find yourself going back so many times because you miss him. You miss the adrenaline rush of high intense emotions. From love to screaming to making up. But then you meet a good guy. And when that happens thats when you realize how negatively this past relationship has affected you. And sometimes…

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10+ Powerful NSFW Photos From The 2017 Birth Photo Competition Prove That Moms Are Badass

August 15, 2017

We took your breath away with last year’s contest, and these new photos will leave you even more amazed. Each one tells a story of pain, perseverance, and finally, relief. They document a baby’s first moments of life, and a family’s first moments of unity. #2 Best In Category: Birth Details, Pieces Of Me #4 That First Gaze #6 Falling In Love All Over Again #8 Best In Category: Delivery,…

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Meet The Queen Of The Dark Who Was Told To Bleach Her Incredibly Dark Skin By Uber Driver

August 15, 2017

The 24-year-old burgeoning fashion icon, who now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has no shame about her melanin, and she makes sure the world is aware. “My chocolate is elegant. So is what I represent… A nation of warriors,” she captioned one of her many Instagram photos, which routinely exceed 10 thousand likes each. In another, she details an experience in which an Uber driver suggested she try ‘bleaching’ her skin…

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F-Bombs and Bikinis: What It Really Means to Be a Christian

August 15, 2017

“You cannot sanitize grace. You cant stuff it into a blue blazer and make it wear khakis.” By Preston Sprinkle Christian subcultures are an entertaining phenomenon. Multiple brands of Christianity claim the same Lord and read the same Bible, and yet they promote a set of values sometimes as different as apples and orangutans. I once heard a story about a Christian woman from the East Coast who confronted a…

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China’s military is key to helping resolve North Korea tension, Joint Chiefs chairman says

August 15, 2017

The key to stopping the ratcheting tension between North Korea and the U.S. could be North Korea’s biggest ally, China, the top U.S. general said Sunday. Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said during his trip to Asia that “effective military-to-military” ties between the U.S. and China are key. He added that he would continue building his relationship with Gen. Fang Fenghui, the head…

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The A-level failure who became a multi-millionaire – BBC News

August 15, 2017

Image copyright OSIT Image caption Tenants at its office near Monument in the City of London have access to a roof terrace Serviced offices provide everything an entrepreneur or company needs to go into business. In addition to office space, they have internet access, desks, chairs, meeting rooms and even reception staff they can rely on. The decision of Mr Fuchs and his sister to start OSIT was very much…

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Remembering the pirate station that was the first Radio Scotland – BBC News

August 14, 2017

Image copyright The Scotsman Publications Ltd Image caption Radio Scotland boss Tommy Shields unveiling his pirate ship Today, in an era of internet streaming and downloads, it seems an absurd way of serving the nation near-continuous pop music. But the record companies back then had instituted “needle-time” restrictions, which severely limited the number of discs that radio stations were allowed to broadcast in an average week. Image caption Paul Young…

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Study highlights wealth gap in university access – BBC News

August 14, 2017

The study drew on figures from the Higher Education Funding Council for England to highlight the area of Shirebrook in North West Derbyshire, where just 4.8% of young people started university in 2015. By contrast, the area with the highest university entrants was Gerrards Cross North in Buckinghamshire, at 87.2%. On average, the researchers found that in the most deprived 10% of postcodes about 20% of young people went to…

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Me and my scar: It took me 45 years to love my body – BBC News

August 14, 2017

We were just playing around, me and my siblings, and I ran into the bathroom and shut the door. We were told not to go in there. I went in there and my sister pushed the door, and that’s when I fell backwards into the bowl of boiling water, causing very bad burns. There was pandemonium in the house, screaming I went into shock and was having fits. Then the…

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Most successful startups have cracked the code on growth hacking it’s time you did too

August 14, 2017

Most successful startups have cracked the code on growth hacking — it's time you did too.Image: pixabay Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Any young company claiming to be the next Apple or Amazon has its work cut out for it. But even those mega-giants of the tech world began in someones garage andwith the help of clever marketinggrew…

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Charlottesville car crash suspect ID’d as 20-year-old Ohio man

August 13, 2017

(CNN)The suspect being held in a Virginia jail in connection with a deadly crash near a scheduled rally of white nationalists has been identified as James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Maumee, Ohio, according to Superintendent Martin Kumer with the Albermarle-Charlottesville County Regional Jail . One person died and 19 were injured Saturday when a car rammed a crowd of counterprotesters gathered to oppose a “Unite the Right” rally of…

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Federal civil rights probe launched into fatal Charlottesville crash

August 13, 2017

The federal government has opened a civil rights investigation into the vehicular rampage that killed one woman and injured 19 other people during Saturdays Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a statement Saturday night to announce the probe. The Richmond FBI Field Office, the Civil Rights Division, and the U.S. Attorneys Office for the Western District of Virginia have opened a civil rights…

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Trump’s faith advisers condemn white supremacists

August 13, 2017

(CNN)As thousands of white nationalist and “alt-right” protesters descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, for the “Unite the Right” rally Saturday and clashed with counterprotesters, voices from both sides of the aisle were raised to condemn the gathering. And while Trump failedto single out white supremacists and “alt-right” groups at the center of Saturday’s violence in Charlottesville, the ministers who spoke out in statements were not so reticent.

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The remarkable history in your cereal bowl

August 13, 2017

(CNN)This morning, more than 350 million people devoured a bowl of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes. All told, more than 128 billion bowls of Corn Flakes are consumed each year. While perusing the cereal box, peering over the bowl and gripping a spoonful of the stuff, few of these sleepy diners know that two men created those famously crispy, golden flakes of corn. John Harvey Kellogg, one of America’s most famous physicians,…

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The Death and Life of Helicopter Commuting

August 13, 2017

Fifty years ago, a helicopter company called New York Airways whisked passengers from the rooftop of the iconic Pan Am Building in midtown Manhattan to any city airport in just 10 minutes. Unlike most private charters nowadays, which can cost thousands of dollars per trip, the scheduled service was frequent and relatively affordable—as little as $40 in today’s dollars. The era of rooftop helicopter travel ended on May 16, 1977, however, when…

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‘No Man’s Sky’ adds the most basic form of multiplayer, fans go wild

August 13, 2017

Image: hello games The latest update to No Man’s Sky contains the first hint at multiplayer the game has seen, and fans are losing their goddamn minds over it. No Man’s Sky, a game about space exploration, released just over a year ago. Many people were disappointed about the game’s lack of multiplayer features, which had been promised by developer Hello Games early in development. Today’s update brought a handful…

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Pussy Riot wants YOU to become a Russian prisoner in a new theatre performance

August 12, 2017

Image: PUSSY RIOT/Jonas Akerlund You may remember that famous scene in House of Cards where Pussy Riot humiliate the fictional Russian President Viktor Petrov, a caricature of Vladimir Putin. That cameo was just the latest stepping stone in Pussy Riot’s rise to global notoriety as female icons of resistance. But in real life, the Russian feminist punk rock group have paid a heavy price for their dissident voice. Two members…

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Facebook now has technology for manipulating live videos

August 12, 2017

Fake it.Image: facebook Fake news, it’s a big deal on Facebook, and we might just be getting more of it in the form of videos. Facebook recently bought a startup with an expertise in video manipulation, Deutsche Startups reported. The German-based startup Fayteq has software that is able to remove or add objects in videos, even live ones, and add effects to them. SEE ALSO: Facebook’s dumbest feature is coming…

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