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nasty juice e liquid

E liquids and vaping products Gone are the days when people used to inhale traditional cigarettes. As the technology has advanced, it has brought with it finely designed electronic cigarettes. Vapers can't find anything more fascinating…

story time

Okay so my school is so dumb and here is why .So this is a  story time so once I was a school and thier was this YMCA staff and he was so mad like all the time so this one time he was trying to get the line to well you know line up and so this…
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Almost 1,000 cars torched around France on New Year's Eve but government insists it 'went particularly well'

Vandals in France torched 945 parked cars on New Year's Eve in an arson rampage that has become a sinister annual "tradition" amid a row over whether the government sought to play down the figures. According to the French interior ministry,…
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Woman who tried to take selfie with a crocodile rushed to hospital with 'gaping wound'

A French tourist has been left with a "gaping wound" to her leg after trying to take a selfie with a crocodile. Benetulier Lesuffleur's trip to the Kho Yai national park in Thailand was cut painfully short when she tripped while trying…
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Mariah Carey staffers ask what time the ball drops on New Year's Eve

NEW YORK - Singing superstar Mariah Carey is set to perform on New Year’s Eve in Times Square on “Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest.” Carey is the last act scheduled to perform leading up to the big ball drop,…
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Google boss struggles to answer Google job interview question

Among the corporate innovations credited to Google in its early years was a set of hair-pullingly tricky job interview questions. Prospective employees would be asked chin-strokers such as “How many golf balls fit into a…
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Fukuoka theme park draws ire over 5,000 fish frozen into ice skate rink

FUKUOKA (TR) – A theme park in Kitakyushu City is facing a growing tide of criticism over its educational attraction featuring some 5,000 sea creatures frozen into an ice rink in what it boasts to be a world-first — and possibly Japan’s…
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Moroccan state TV shows women how to hide domestic violence

Women in Morocco have reacted in horror after a programme on state television demonstrated how they could use makeup to cover up evidence of domestic violence. The segment in the daily programme Sabahiyat, on Channel 2M, showed a smiling…
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Samsung Offices Raided In An Investigation Involving A Dressage Horse

Prosecutors raided the offices of Samsung Electronics on Tuesday as part of an investigation into a presidential cronyism scandal that's gripped South Korea. While it is a near-monthly occurrence for a chaebol (family-owned conglomerate)…
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Instant Karma! Thief Steals Galaxy Note 7, Phone Explodes Afterwards

For Samsung, it’s safe to say that this Fall season has not gone to plan for them, as the Galaxy Note 7 hit shelves, was then recalled from shelves and then once again recalled. Now, the Galaxy Note 7 is no more, as the South Korean giant…
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Dead Oceanside man elected to office

An Oceanside man who died of natural causes in September was elected to office in the coastal San Diego County city more than a month later, officials confirmed Wednesday. Gary Ernst was elected to Oceanside City Treasurer by a six percent…
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Firefighter injured after cat decides it does not want to be rescued from tree

It is the most modest of calls to duty: a firefighter called to rescue a cat from a tree. But one pedigree Abyssinian decided he did not want to be rescued. In a dramatic twist – a Porirua firefighter was flown to hospital after…
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Pittsburgh man faces penalty if he can’t catch loud rooster

PITTSBURGH, PA (AP/CNN) — A Pittsburgh man has 30 days to figure out how to catch a noisy rooster or the city will penalize him. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports the rooster’s piercing calls have plagued residents for years. Because…
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High-speed chase suspect shoots out own tires, ends pursuit

DES MOINES, Iowa —Des Moines police say a high-speed chase ended when the suspect accidentally shot out his own tires. Police attempted to stop 24-year-old Taylor Parker for a traffic violation. The man allegedly took off and led police…
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Chris Hughes fights the power in Pennsylvania

Chris Hughes is famous among vaping advocates. The former president of the Pennsylvania SFATA chapter has been a whirlwind of activity defending the vape vendors in his state — meeting legislators, recruiting members, raising money,…