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‘Paying to stay safe’: why women don’t walk as much as men

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A study shows in most countries, women walk significantly fewer steps each day than men. Talia Shadwell hears from people all over the world saying the same thing: its down to personal safety, not laziness Vivi Restuviani would try to make herself look as invisible as possible when she was out at night in her former hometown of Semarang, Indonesia. If you looked at me from behind, youd probably have thought I was a boy, she says. One night, Restuviani was taking her regular short walk home, swamped anonymously in an oversized hooded sweater. As she walked along the main […]

‘The Ice Age cometh’ … Iceland qualify for Russia 2018

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(CNN)Russia brace yourself — the “Viking thunder clap” is heading your way. “I’m sure there are a few sore heads in Iceland this morning,” Eidur Gudjohnsen, the country’s record goalscorer, told CNN. “It was an amazing night — historic for us, historic for world football The ‘Viking thunder clap’ heads to Russia 2018 Iceland will be one of 32 nations at the World Cup in 2018, with the draw for the tournament to take place inside the concert hall at Moscow’s State Kremlin Palace on December 1. The 2018 World Cup’s first game will feature hosts Russia on June 14 […]

Iceland get the party started after showing they are no one-hit wonders

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Iceland are going to their first World Cup and have reached the big time again without losing any of their small-time charm, with the coach addressing fans in a bar before the decisive win over Kosovo Amid the flurry of bodies there was, fleetingly, a moment when Gylfi Sigurdsson just wanted to take it all in. Three hours had passed since full time and the music had never really stopped; now Icelands players and staff were dancing on stage with the local rapper Emmsje Gauti and if a football match is exertion enough then this, feeding from the energy of […]

Larry David to Lisa Simpson life lessons from TV’s top role models

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From eight-year-old Mensa members to smeghead slobs and dolls-house-loving detectives, here are the small-screen idols who have taught us everything Larry David, Curb Your Enthusiasm There arent many moments in Curb Your Enthusiasm when Larry David could be described as heroic. Two stand out though. Theres the time he conducts a Wagner-playing orchestra outside an enemys house who despises the German composer; the other is when he saves the blushes of a chef with Tourettes syndrome by leading a restaurant in a rousing swear-a-thon. Its hardly Jon Snow taming the White Walkers, but Larry David isnt your typical TV idol. […]

Trump Is Pouring Millions Into Money-Losing Scottish Golf Course

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From the 300-plus crystal chandeliers to the gold-plated taps in the bathrooms, Donald Trump has transformed a hotel overlooking one of the world’s most legendary golf courses into an eponymous glittering palace. Members gathering for their tee times on a recent cloudy Wednesday say they love many of the changes at the Trump Turnberry resort in Scotland, but they doubt the president will ever make his money back. “It’s a personal investment in aggrandizement,” says Mervyn Caplan, a member for the past 17 years, sipping tea in the clubhouse. “He’ll never get a return on the capital he’s invested.” So […]

End of the road: will automation put an end to the American trucker?

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Americas 2 million truckers have long been mythologised in popular culture. But self-driving trucks are set to lay waste to one of the countrys most beloved jobs and the fallout could be huge Jeff Baxters sunflower-yellow Kenworth truck shines as bright and almost as big as the sun. Four men clean the glistening cab in the hangar-like truck wash at Silicon Valley has its eyes on trucking. Google, Uber, Tesla and the major truck manufacturers are looking to a future in which people like Baxter will be replaced or at the very least downgraded to co-pilots by automated vehicles that […]

Iceland become smallest nation ever to qualify for World Cup finals

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Iceland sealed their place in Russia with a 2-0 victory over Kosovo, becoming the smallest nation ever to qualify for the World Cup finals Iceland sealed a place in Russia with a 2-0 victory against Kosovo in Reykjavik, becoming the smallest nation ever to qualify for a World Cup finals. Heimir Hallgrimssons team knew a win against Group Is bottom side would guarantee top spot and an automatic qualifying place, and Evertons Gylfi Sigurdsson settled their nerves with a superbly taken goal five minutes before half-time. Sigurdsson also set up the second for Johann Berg Gudmundsson midway through the second […]

Youre A 13-Year-Old Girl: Can You Find A Date To The Sadie Hawkins Dance?

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This feature requires JavaScript to function. Ugh. Homeroom is so freaking boring. Boyzzzz. This class sucks so bad. Watch intently. The Southport Frustrated Dog points to the loudspeaker on the wall and begins to sing the “Announcement Song”: One two three, listen to the voice!It’s time for the announcements and you have no choice!The words will come through the big microphone!You must take note of their content and tone! The dog dances out, frustratedly. There is a crackle over the loudspeaker. Oh my god, oh my god, oh my god. Holy freaking shit, oh my god. “The Sadie Hawkins dance […]

‘We stand to wipe out a whole era’: how the 1970s could vanish from Vancouver

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The Empire Landmark Hotel is the latest brutalist icon set to be demolished in a frenzy of property speculation. Is it wrong to destroy an entire decade? For nearly 40 years from his vantage point at the top of the Empire Landmark Hotel, Yunus Khan has watched Vancouver grow up. You would barely recognise it, he says of the city as it looked when he took his first job at the hotel, doing maintenance. Beyond the 42nd-storey window, the jagged silhouette of the North Shore mountains, the lush surprise of Stanley Park, and the cobalt passage of Burrard Inlet are […]

Prominent Democrats refuse to back Bernie Sanders’ single-payer healthcare bill

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) declined to join onto Sanders’ single-payer healthcare bill, telling reporters she is instead focused on the continued efforts by Republicans to repeal, or repeal and replace, the Affordable Care Act. Pelosi opted not to join several prominent Democrats in joining Sanders’ bill, which has become something of a litmus test for potential 2020 presidential candidates. Meanwhile, some big names like Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), former vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine (D-V.A.) and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) have not supported the plan. Long term care would not be covered under Sanders’ proposal but […]
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