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Global chiefs of protocol are meeting to prevent future breaches of diplomatic etiquette. Do such gaffes matter?World leaders at the 2011 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit.
Posted by JacobSloan on June 26, 2012 An ahead-of-its-time covert shopdropping (the opposite of shoplifting) endeavor, in which the mass produced toys sold to children were “corrected”: The Barbie Liberation Organisation was an organization that caused a significant cultural jamming intervention in 1993.
KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN—Friends, family, and colleagues of 19-year-old U.S.
There are 9 basic principles that underlie Japanese art and culture. They're called aesthetics — concepts that answer the question: what is art?
6/6/2012 under Strange Stories - by Beverly Jenkins - TAGS: sex doll, Real Doll, inflatable, doll, sex Sex dolls are created for sexual pleasure, but sometimes people have other ideas.
6/4/2012 under Strange People - by Grace Murano - TAGS: stories of homeless, homeless story The man who lived in AOL for 2 months
The main conceit of the 2000 Kevin Spacey film Pay It Forward is that if one person does a kindness for three strangers, and those three people each do kindnesses for three strangers, and so on, one person can change the world. Rarely do we see this acted out in the real world the way it was cinematically—one scene finds a man giving away his brand-new Jaguar to a guy having car troubles—but on a smaller scale, these sorts of random niceties happen far more often than you might think. Today, it's selflessness at a small coffee house in Bluffton, South Carolina.
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Is Victoria’s Secret targeting teens? The company has courted controversy yet again by launching its Spring Break-themed "Bright Young Things" campaign Tracy Clark-Flory Wednesday, Mar 27, 2013 12:00 AM UTC Business Sex , Teenagers , Parenting
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"Scientific Mating" on the cover of the April, 1924 issue of Science and Invention magazine Online dating sites like eHarmony and OkCupid claim they can find you the perfect romantic match by using algorithms.