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Editorial: In praise of … Guernica

Editorial: Flailing bulls and horses show that the visceral horrors of war are not just an affront to human civilisation, but to life In occupied Paris, a Gestapo officer who had barged his way into Picasso’s apartment pointed at a photo of the mural, Guernica, asking: “Did you do that?” “No,” Picasso replied, “you did”, his wit fizzing with the anger that animates the piece. Work started weeks after German…

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Im A Victim Of Carpet-Bombing Online Harassment

Hi, I’m Rani, and apparently I am some sort of asshole magnet. Typically you see articles about online persecution where the target is acclaimed. These daytimes, expressions like the mostly privatized internet is not) ought to have diluted by trolls that are intended to rationalize jerks’ determination to dig up( and if they can’t find anything, make up) circumstances about you and your background to provoke others into fucking with…

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US citizen detained by North Korea as Japanese ships join war games

University teacher Tony Kim held at airport while trying to leave country, as Trump calls Chinese and Japanese leaders and White House briefing is planned Amid rising tensions between North Korea and the US, Pyongyang has detained a US citizen, officials said on Sunday, bringing to three the number of Americans now being held in the country. As two Japanese navy ships joined a US carrier group for exercises in…

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Grayson Perry: As an artist I find Brexit exciting. No doubt it will be a disaster

Britains finest transvestite potter is hard at work exploring the nature of masculinity. Over a game platter near his London home, he discusses motorbikes, body image and more For a while, perhaps all his life, Grayson Perry has been making a study of The Vulgar at the Barbican (Given the theme I had to make an effort, he says). The fact that he looks equally at ease in both incarnations…

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Jeff Sessions’s Crime Rhetoric Aimed At New York City Drips With Hypocrisy

Reportedly, Sessions is warning each of those cities they have to prove compliance with federal immigration laws by June or risk losing federal funding from the Byrne Justice Assistance Grant. I live in the biggest sanctuary municipality of them allNew York Citya place that celebrates its diversity, a melting pot of countless cultures where hard- working immigrants and their children can climb the educational and economic ladder. And its incredibly…

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6 Modern Armies Who Seriously Tried To Win Wars Using Magic

To win at war, you can’t simply will vary depending on brute force and strong messages — you need science to start that action more harsh and those messages come with drone substantiate. But science doesn’t only aim bunsen burners and dorks in labs coats, it can also mean otherworldly wackadoo more befitting of the adventures of Scully, Mulder, or Merlin. Yes, plenty of modern infantries have dipped their toes…

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Inside Finstagram, the Private World of Fake Teen Instagram Accounts

Instagram is seemingly designed to inspire jealousy. It’s where people post filtered photos of their brunch, latest vacation, or a fancy new outfit, all lit and framed in a manner that suggests everything in their life is as perfectly composed as the images in their camera roll. According to a 2015 study byPew Research Center, 92 percent of teens go online daily, and nearly 24 percent say they are constantly…

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Google Doodle offers Earth Days tips via trio of furry environmental activists

Image: google Google Doodles are a regular source of unexpected joy, and Earth Day is no exception, with the search giant crafting a special, children’s book style message of love for our planet. SEE ALSO: Bill Nye shuts down flat Earth theories The new doodle tells the story of a fox that has a nightmare about fish dying in the sea and penguins losing their homes to arctic melting. The…

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Ms. Frizzle Made The March For Science Protests Magical

One pro-science celebrity, however, stood out from the crowds. Like magical, she made an look at several of the 600 parades that took place throughout the country. She likely traveled there on a big yellow bus. Devoted protesters fad the most appropriate Ms. Frizzle costumes with galactic dresses, bright curly wigs and in a number of cases, with Lizzy the Lizard by their surface. Other protesters paid homage to the…

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