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  • Police dog can probably do more pushups than you

    GULF SHORES, Ala. – An Alabama police dog shown on video doing pushups with two officers is a big hit on the internet – and a public safety reminder. Al.com reports that Nitro is a 2-year-old Dutch shepherd who joined the Gulf Shores Police Department’s canine unit in February. In a video police posted to...

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  • Three coffees a day linked to more health than harm: study

    LONDON (Reuters) - People who drink three to four cups of coffee a day are more likely to see health benefits than harm, experiencing lower risks of premature death and heart disease than those who abstain, scientists said on Wednesday.

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  • This might be the most painful tattoo on Earth

    People get tattoos for all kinds of reasons: to memorialize loved ones, to achieve a certain aesthetic. Then, there are masochists who seek out the Brutal Black Project. Per Vice, those body-art di…

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  • Politicians try to ban skimpy outfits in war against ‘bikini baristas’

    It’s a battle of shirts versus skins. Baristas, whose uniforms consist of bikinis, are heading to federal court on Tuesday to argue that their First Amendment rights have been violated by the suit-wearing officials in one Washington city who implemented two ordinances aimed at putting a lid on the coffee business. Two recent directives, which...

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  • Now there’s ‘distracted boyfriend’ meme fan fiction

    The “distracted boyfriend” meme has been an instant classic since going viral earlier this year. People put various captions or images over a stock photo of a man checking out another woman while getting an evil look from his girlfriend, with often hilarious results. Thanks to photographer Antonio Guillem’s publicly accessible portfolio, Andrew J. Abernathy...

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  • First love, gay love, take center stage in 'Call Me By Your Name'

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - "Call Me By Your Name" became a landmark for gay romantic fiction when it was first published in 2007, but the makers of a new movie version say it will appeal to anyone who enjoys a good love story.

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