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 Your Life As Pornography(careful@work)
Your Life As Pornography(careful@work)
She stood before him in all her unbearable beauty, moist pouting lips, full perky breasts with hard nipples showing through her thin shirt, tight skirt barely covering her smooth creamy thighs. "Do you want me?" she crooned. picked by Bornbad 5 months ago
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 Google gives online life to Life mag's photos
Google gives online life to Life mag's photos
Search millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published and are now available for the first time through the joint work of LIFE and Google.
*this is great* picked by Bornbad 3 years ago
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 Half Life 2: Episode Two increased game duration
Half Life 2: Episode Two increased game duration
Apparently each episode of Half Life 2 will be longer then the previous one. picked by whi73rav3n 5 years ago
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 10 Fabulous Things To Do Before You Die
10 Fabulous Things To Do Before You Die
Life is too short to sit around on the net all day reading about other people’s experiences in life, so we have put together a nice little list of ten absolutely fabulous, fun, naughty, and neat things to do before you get too old. Some of these items might put you in danger of jail time, but that just adds to the thrill! picked by james106 2 years ago
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 Black Holes May Fill the Universe with Seeds of Life
Black Holes May Fill the Universe with Seeds of Life
New research shows that black holes are not the ultimate destroyers that are often portrayed in popular culture. Instead, warm gas escaping from the clutches of enormous black holes could be one source of the chemical elements that make life possible. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Mars robots may have destroyed evidence of life
Mars robots may have destroyed evidence of life
Have Mars landers been destroying signs of life? Instead of identifying chemicals that could point to life, NASA's robot explorers may have been toasting them by mistake. picked by bornbad 2 years ago
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 Life Magazine to stop publishing print edition, again.
Life Magazine to stop publishing print edition, again.
Life's collection of 10 million images will be available online, with "the most important collection of imagery covering the events and people of the 20th century" available for free for personal use. picked by suebe 5 years ago
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 Scientists Give A Hand(edness) To The Search For Alien Life
Scientists Give A Hand(edness) To The Search For Alien Life
Visiting aliens may be the stuff of legend, but if a scientific team working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology is right, we may be able to find extraterrestrial life even before it leaves its home planet—by looking for left- (or right-) handed light. picked by AutumnLotus 2 years ago
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 Dead man returns to life as he's being placed in a box
Dead man returns to life as he's being placed in a box
Just as he's being shoved into a mortuary box, he comes to life. I think his aunt said it best... "when I die I want to be buried with a mobile phone.” picked by BrownTrout 4 years ago
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 Fossils Excavated From Bahamian Blue Hole May Give Clues Of Early Life
Fossils Excavated From Bahamian Blue Hole May Give Clues Of Early Life
Long before tourists arrived in the Bahamas, ancient visitors took up residence in this archipelago off Florida's coast and left remains offering stark evidence that the arrival of humans can permanently change -- and eliminate -- life on what had been isolated islands, says a University of Florida researcher. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Virtual Terror Strikes Second Life
Virtual Terror Strikes Second Life
EVERYBODY VIRTUALLY PANIC picked by MaskedWriter 5 years ago
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 Extreme life found at record seafloor depth
Extreme life found at record seafloor depth
Scientists have found life about twice as far below the seafloor as has ever been documented before. A coring sample off the coast of Newfoundland turned up single-celled microbes living in searing temperatures about a mile (1,626 meters) below the seafloor. picked by AutumnLotus 3 years ago
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 Chianti: Secret to Long Life, Says Ancient Recipe
Chianti: Secret to Long Life, Says Ancient Recipe
The elixir of life may be a concoction of honey, cherries and secret herbs infused in a full Chianti wine, according to a centuries-old recipe discovered in one of Italy's oldest pharmacies. picked by AutumnLotus 3 years ago
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 Prize established for creating planet's first artificial life form
Prize established for creating planet's first artificial life form
The purpose of the A-PRIZE is to put development of artificial life forms in the open where it should be. Today, many efforts at developing artificial life are not well publicized. The A-PRIZE will serve as a clearing house for information about the race to "Break the Carbon Barrier". With mega-universities and companies racing to create nonbiological life, now is the time for such a cle... read full post picked by michelleroberts 5 years ago
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 Life Imitating Life
Life Imitating Life
Life, as the expression goes, isn’t always pretty. And this is typically true all the way down to the microscopic level. But with a few tricks of the lab, life in its simplest, single-celled forms—bacteria, yeast, fungi, protists—can be precisely manipulated into a thing of preternatural beauty. picked by scififan2715 2 years ago
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 Tree of Life Animal Kingdom
Tree of Life Animal Kingdom
Emerge from the heavy foliage of the Oasis - Before you stands the 145-foot tall Tree of Life. The branches span 165 feet across. There are over 100,000 leaves on the tree and the trunk is 50 feet wide. 20 artists carved into the trunk, branches and roots over 320 animals. Thousands worked on the construction of the Tree of Life which took 18 months to build. Photos picked by AutumnLotus 2 years ago
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 Real Life: The Full Review
Real Life: The Full Review
With amazingly realistic graphics, open ended game play and huge levels of of interaction with other players, Real Life is an awesome game. picked by Jetka 3 years ago
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 Wonderful life? Hardly! It's a Pitiful, Dreadful Life
Wonderful life? Hardly! It's a Pitiful, Dreadful Life
“It’s a Wonderful Life” is a terrifying, asphyxiating story about growing up and relinquishing your dreams, of seeing your father driven to the grave before his time, of living among bitter, small-minded people. Some feel that Pottersville would be a better city than Bedford Falls picked by 2manyusernames 3 years ago
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