May 2019

Encryption: Security Tool For Internet

Encryption: Security Tool For Internet Web site security is a complex and perhaps even controversial subject. On one side there are individuals whom regard themselves as the freedom fighters of the technology and information era; on the other side there are those who view this as a form of modern terrorism. Whatever the case, breaking […]

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Lamar Odom Says He’s Had Sex With Over 2000 Women!!! – Perez Hilton

Lamar Odom is really coming clean in his new book. Darkness To Light doesn’t hit shelves until May 28, but excerpts are dropping that are way too powerful to ignore. We shared with you Unfortunately, as he wrote: “I couldn’t keep my d**k in my pants or the coke out of my nose.” As it […]

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Heres Each Zodiac Signs June 2019 Horoscope

Nikki Halsted Updated May 27, 2019 By Allegra Messina Beep, beep, beep! Heads up, star lovers. While the heavens are stopping at a rest station for the month, we’ll feel as if the energies here on Earth are loose. Need not worry, however, as the universe is also asking us to pull over and enjoy the scenic […]

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Official: Likely tornado destroys motel in Oklahoma

EL RENO, Okla. – A likely tornado destroyed a motel and caused other damage in the Oklahoma City area, according to the National Weather Service. Meteorologist Rick Smith in Norman told The Associated Press that the suspected twister hit El Reno on Saturday night as a powerful storm system rolled through the state. Crews will […]

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Caroline Wozniacki makes quick French Open exit in stunning upset

Russia’s Veronika Kudermetova celebrates winning against Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki in three sets, 0-6, 6-3, 6-3, during their first round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, Monday, May 27, 2019. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)  The way-up-then-way-down showing by Wozniacki stretched her losing streak to four matches and dropped her […]

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Some ‘Game Of Thrones’ Fans Think Jon Snow Gets Credit For Saving The Day! – Perez Hilton

Sunday night’s action-packed episode of Game Of Thrones was one for the ages, and will probably hold the record for most expensive episode of television ever made for YEARS. Unfortunately it’s also proving to be one of the most controversial. Despite the epic fantasy action and crowd-pleasing moments of heroism, many have found something to complain […]

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Huddersfields Mbenza levels to kill off Manchester Uniteds top-four hopes

Isaac Mbenzas goal gave Huddersfield a 1-1 draw with Manchester United that ended Ole Gunnar Solskjrs hopes of Champions League football next season Manchester Uniteds slender hopes of a top-four finish were ended in shambolic fashion when they surrendered an early lead to relegated Huddersfield, allowing the club marooned at the bottom of the table […]

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People Kept Destroying These Swifts Nests So Someone Put Up A Sign Explaining Why We Need To Protect Them

The Swift is a truly remarkable little creature – one of the says Susanne Åkesson from Lund University in Sweden. “They can land on nest boxes, branches, or houses, but they can’t really land on the ground.” That’s because their wings are too long and their legs are too short to take off from a […]

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Pass It On – Sincerity is no Substitute for the Truth

Pass It On – Sincerity is no Substitute for the Truth I don’t know where this advice originated and I have heard variations of it over the last quarter century. It has a level of common sense to it that can’t be argued against very easily by anyone. It does, however, create a formidable argument […]

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In a world that pushes kids too fast, let’s let childhood linger a little longer.

My 11-year-old daughter plops down next to me on the couch, curling her legs up into a ball. She says nothing, but her furrowed brow makes it clear something is bothering her. “What the matter?” I ask, praying it’s not something horrible. (I always pray it’s not something horrible.) She takes a deep breath as […]

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