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Despot or Sexpot? Or, can you tell the porn stars from the dictators just by their mustaches? It's harder than it looks. (via Reenhead)
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One year ago:
2020/9/10Things that have recently happened in the US: Wildfires blazed across the West Coast, burning several million acres and setting the sky a hellish orange; it emerged that one of the fires was started
Two years ago:
2019/9/10Another Apple Event™, this time the annual iPhone/iPad one. And out comes Tim Cook, announcing that they're foregoing the traditional feel-good videos and plunging right in, as today's event will be “truly big”; followed by an
Five years ago:
2016/10/12In recent social psychology news, a team of US researchers has debunked the myth of the Baby Boomers' strong work ethic : The economic success of the United States and Europe around the turn of the
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