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Marcus Scribner Says The Coolest Part Of The White House Is The Bathroom

– I started acting when I was 10 years old, I booked a little show called “Castle”, I heard that you’re a fan. – I’m a huge fan and I actually remember this. – [Marcus] Oh they have a picture! No! – [Kelly] I know! – Oh god. – It was such a great show! […]

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8 Ernest Street, Beauty Point – Richard Bailey

Richard Bailey, Bushby Property Group. Welcome to Beauty Point. Beauty Point is a village in the Tamar Valley, northern Tasmania. Beautiful spot, look behind me. On the river, on the Tamar River. It became, it was really important in the early stages because it was the first deep-sea port, and it was when Beaconsfield was […]

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My Sister’s Boyfriend Wears Her Bra

Hey hey! My name is Ellie, I am twelve years old, and I will tell you a story that you will surely remember! Not so long ago, I found out that my older sister’s boyfriend has delved into the underwear of almost all the women in my family! You’re probably saying — “Whaaaat?!”, but I […]

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DAX House: Explore Your Purpose

Student 1: I think it was a couple months ago. I wasn’t living anywhere. I was staying in shelters…staying in friends’ dorms. I was struggling to get to school. I was sneaking on the El or sneaking on the Metra. It just got to the point where it was really hard to focus on school. […]

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Devil May Cry 5, Resident Evil 2 Remake Directors special – toco toco

Regarding content, this is what I always tell my team. If the player loses, when he is attacked and killed, it is not okay if he throws the controller. This means the game wasn’t made properly, The player won’t think it’s his fault but that it’s because of the game, which is not good. When […]

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The role of South African dance music during apartheid | Resident Advisor

“Nelson Mandela emerged from his long nightmare as a simple man.. walking his way to freedom.. accompanied by his wife Winnie.” The 1980s were turbulent times for South Africa.. but also one of the most fertile periods in its musical history. Some of that music might have caught your ear on dancefloors lately: old records […]

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He Broke Into My House

How it is possible that someone could steal my own life? It sounds absurd and yet… I am completely alone now. I don’t have a friend, I don’t have a colleague, I don’t have a family member that could help me. It’s the nature of my problem. It’s… It’s sort of too specific, I guess, […]

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Everything is a Remix – The trouble with intellectual property.

The act of creation is surrounded by a fog of myths Myths that creativity comes by an inspiration that original creations break the molds that they are products of geniuses and appear as quickly as electricity can heat filaments But creativity isn’t magic It happens by applying ordinary tools of thoughts to excisting materials And […]

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House Tour in Gensan | Simply Jinkee

and we’re here at our house in Gensan. As you can see, there are lots of picture frames. because I really like putting photos on a frame. so that I have souvenir and it won’t get lost on when it was captured So let’s start here. When we went to Korea, we met Ji Chang-wook […]

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Bethlehem – House of Bread

Bethlehem is an ancient city on the west coast of Jordan, not far from Jerusalem, which in the time of Patriarch Jacob was called Ephratah – his wife, Rachel, mother of Joseph and Benjamin, was buried there. It was about 2,000 years before Christ was born. The later name of the city, which has survived […]

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