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Funeral strippers anger Chinese government

Apr 26, 15 Funeral strippers anger Chinese government

Posted by in Lifestyle, WTF???

It’s fair to say that the Communist Party of China can be killjoys at times. The powerful Chinese government has banned Google, Twitter, Facebook and several major Hollywood movies. But with the recent decision to crack down on strippers at funerals, you can sort of see their point.

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Sensory speed dating is now a thing

Apr 20, 15 Sensory speed dating is now a thing

Posted by in Lifestyle, Science

Guerilla Science creates events and installations for its partners, collaborating on each one with practicing scientists in order to connect with people in new, inspiring ways. Its latest project is an interactive form of speed dating dubbed “sensory speed dating.”

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New app customizes gin & tonic

Apr 18, 15 New app customizes gin & tonic

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

Making a gin and tonic is fairly simple: you mix the two ingredients over ice and — voila! — you've got yourself a highball cocktail. Now, gin brand Bombay Sapphire East has created an innovative new iPad app that will allow users to create their own personalized tonic.

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The female condom that guarantees you’ll orgasm

Apr 18, 15 The female condom that guarantees you’ll orgasm

Posted by in Lifestyle, WTF???

The female condom protects women from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), unwanted pregnancies, and most recently, prevented anti-climactic sex. IXu LLC, a Michigan-based condom company, developed a new wearable-tech product for women, the VA w.o.w., that has a 100 percent orgasm rate by the fourth time of use.

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What to do about identity theft and taxes

Apr 15, 15 What to do about identity theft and taxes

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

Back in February, as soon as I had received all of my tax documents, I electronically filed my taxes. Every year, I file and pay my taxes appropriately. This year, however, I received a shock – someone had stolen my identity and tried to file using my information. Technology led to this awful experience. Hackers and thieves led to this.

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The narcissism of the $17K Apple Watch

Apr 08, 15 The narcissism of the $17K Apple Watch

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

Last month, when CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple would begin selling a $17,000 smartwatch in early April, some people might have figured it was an early April fool’s prank. A $17,000 smartwatch? With technology that will be obsolete in three years? Yeah, OK.

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‘Afterglow’ vibrator uses science to stimulate arousal

Apr 02, 15 ‘Afterglow’ vibrator uses science to stimulate arousal

Posted by in Lifestyle, Science

Not all 2015 Oscar nominees took home the golden statuette, but they did take home an extravagant gift bag worth a staggering $160,000. Among the decadent gifts, nothing turned heads faster than the Afterglow vibrator.

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Jevo — The automatic Jell-O shot maker

Mar 31, 15 Jevo — The automatic Jell-O shot maker

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Making Jell-O shots is a tedious process: You have to make Jell-O, add cold water and vodka, pour the liquid into shot glasses and refrigerate for four hours. Now imagine a world where a gadget can automatically make you Jell-O shots in minutes. Specifically, 20 flavored two-ounce Jell-O shots in ten minutes.

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A good education doesn’t always lead to happiness

Mar 27, 15 A good education doesn’t always lead to happiness

Posted by in Education, Lifestyle

An education not only leads to a better job and more money, but it pushes our minds to grow and be curious about the world. The more we know, the better off we are, right? That’s what researchers and psychologists have been touting for years.

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For men, the link between exercise and a better sex life

Mar 26, 15 For men, the link between exercise and a better sex life

Posted by in Health, Lifestyle

The stress erectile dysfunction causes can deteriorate relationships and lead to lost productivity at work. Health problems aren’t uncommon either. But there’s good news in all the bad; a new study finds exercise may be a simple way to get things going under the sheets again.

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