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Man Stages A Police Ambush On His Girlfriend…So He Can Propose!

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); Nothing says romance quite like the thought of getting ambushed by a group of balaclava-clad men in the middle of the street and having your face shoved into the pavement. Wait…what? As crazy as that hypothetical sentence sounds, it was very much a reality for one woman in central Romania. Alexandra and her boyfriend Vlad were out for a drive in Brasov when they were told to pull over by men …

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Houston Couple Calls Fast Food Chain To Order Breakfast Burritos & Rescue Boat & They Deliver!

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… fast food chain played into their escape: “We had to get out of there so I called Chick-fil-A, now that sounds kind of funny. I ordered two grilled chicken burritos with extra egg and a boat. And can you believe that one of the managers of Chick-fil-A, she sent her husband to pick us up and we are so grateful.” A manger’s husband and two men with jet skis showed up to rescue the grandparents from the rising water levels! You can watch the clip (below): “I ordered two …

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NFL Star Interrupts Church & Says Someones About to Commit SuicideThen He Hears “That Was Me”

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… puddle of tears.” They prayed with him, and encouraged him with Truth and love. The response from both men confirmed he’d heard correctly. Carr says the experience “was amazing,” but left him completely and utterly drained. But the Holy Spirit wasn’t finished with him yet. As the quarterback made his way out to his vehicle, a third person approached him about suicide, again telling him, “That was me.” Again, Carr embraced a total stranger and told him …

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The subversive genius of Joe Orton – BBC News

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“It was so bizarre.” Image copyright Central Press/Getty Images Image copyright Islington Local History Centre Image caption It is not entirely clear why Halliwell murdered Orton, but in a brief suicide note he wrote: “If you read his diary all will be explained” Entertaining Mr Sloane, a black comedy that touched on homosexuality and hypocrisy, was widely praised on its release, also in 1964, including by theatre heavyweights such as Terence Rattigan and …

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Finally, I’ve learned to stop saying sorry in work emails

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… only one punctuating myself with devices designed to make me seem softer and less blunt. The article, published by the New Statesman, cited a study which found that women use more exclamation marks than men in order to seem friendly! One case study interviewed for the piece stated that she came to the realisation that excessive exclamation usage was making her sound “unprofessional” and “like a breathless valley girl”. Reading these words, I realised that I too have …

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The insidiousness of Silicon Valley VCs, and their pithy, pathetic apology blogs

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… allegedly sexually assaulted at least one woman and harassed multiple others, per testimonies from the women. SEE ALSO: So many men resigned from Uber that it basically has gender parity in its leadership now In the wake of the scandal’s public unveiling, McClure tried his hand at public self-flagellation: an apology, via a blog post on Medium titled “I’m a Creep. I’m Sorry.” At best, it’s a trite, failed effort. Especially when you take into consideration …

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What if women ruled the world?

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… women were in charge. Its a fact: men kill more people than women. Historically, women in power out-men the men Margaret Thatcher was famous for rarely promoting other women. She got off on being the only woman in the room and didnt want any competition. Nothing is more depressing than a successful woman who wants to score points for being the only one among the boys reinforcing, rather than challenging, their views of other women. So if you really wanted to see whether there is a difference in …

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Sophie Calle: What attracts me is absence, missing, death | Eva Wiseman

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… named after her mother. A stuffed monkey sleeps beside the sofa, and under the iron staircase each member of her small taxidermied zoo is named after another of her friends. Her father is a tiger. There are two workspaces, one desk covered with found Victorian photographs of babies; she collects them for the hidden mothers shadowed in the background. The other is a white wall on which shes pinning works in progress, including a project with the Le Chasseur Franais, to work out what men are …

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The day John Cleese asked me in for tea, sympathy and careers advice

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Its 1986, and Tom Connolly, a directionless, drunk 19-year-old writes to his comic hero suggesting they co-write a film. To his amazement he receives a reply, containing an invitation As a directionless 19-year-old in 1986, I wrote a drunken letter to my hero John Cleese after watching a Un Chien Andalou and men Like Air is published by Myriad at 9.99. To buy a copy for 8.49, go to …

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Sepp Blatter after the fall: Why the hell should I bear all the blame?

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… precipitous as a fall can be: from being courted by prime ministers and presidents, to a ban from any activities relating to football. He is serving that ban still, for the 2m Swiss francs (1.35m) payment in 2011 to Michel Platini, the former president of European footballs governing body Uefa, which both men claimed was back pay for work at Fifa Platini had concluded nine years earlier. When I was working on my book about Fifa and its serial corruption scandals, Blatter agreed to see me in …

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