Mashable
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Man, do we love dogs. Especially when they pull off acrobatic stunts, like super-excited Rosie, who went chasing after a ball that hopped over a fence, in a video uploaded to 9 News' Facebook page. SEE ALSO: Dogs, ranked We doubt the ensuing somersault onto the beach was completely intentional, but by god it's hilarious. Despite the awkward landing, the dog is alright folks. "Even though it looks bad she was fine, brought the ball straight back for another go," Rosie's owner, Shannon Johnston, told 9 News . And here's a GIF for your eternal pleasure. Image: 9 news How good is the internet? Read more... WATCH: This college student spent his summer undercover in a Chinese iPhone factory More about Watercooler , Videos , Video , Dog , and Dogs
Southern Daily Echo - Sport
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Mashable
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Lovers of sci-fi horror, rejoice. Just weeks before the release of Alien: Covenant , we're getting something we've never seen before: The facehugger's view of being born (or chest burst) into the world, thanks to virtual reality. The experience is called Alien: Covenant in Utero and it's a short VR experience launching on the Oculus Rift Wednesday. SEE ALSO: 'Alien: Covenant' faux advert shows you the birth of the robot apocalypse That day, April 26, also happens to be "Alien Day" a reference to planet LV-426, from the original Alien film. Last year, Twentieth Century Fox kicked off the annual date to bring Alien fans together much like Star Wars and Star Trek fans hold regular franchise-based gathering. During the first Alien Day, Sigourney Weaver held court in New York City after a screening of Aliens , engaging a packed theater full of hardcore fans. Read more... More about Oculus Rift , Oculus , Ridley Scott , Alien Covenant , and Alien
Daily Express - Sports
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STV
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Could be Aberdeen, of course it could. The lower east side, Aberdeen. John Byrne, thank you very much indeed. Not at all, pleasure
STV
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The venue is currently undergoing a major transformation. Sales from his prints will go towards the work. Laura Goodwin went to meet him. John, welcome back to Aberdeen. It's always a pleasure to see you. Very nice to be back. Absolutely. Today you are unveiling something a bit special,.
PC Pro
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Vaughn Highfield 6 min 24 sec ago Games Sometimes there’s no greater pleasure in life than utterly destroying things with your own hands. Perhaps that says a lot more about me than I’d care to believeStill, the very act of toppling dominoes, crushing sand castles underfoot, or punching through a Barbie Dream house is just a pleasure I can’t get enough of. It’s not every day I actually get to don the Blood Raven Space Marine’s weapon of choice but, in an effort to promote Dawn of War III , Sega invited me down for a chance to really feel the power an inter-stellar army has at its disposal. Weighing over 10kg, with 6 kilograms of that resting in the CNC-milled aerospace-grade aluminium knuckles, this punching machine is an absolute beast. Using two air canisters, the Power Fist can deliver 3,000 PSI of impact alongside my already impressive right hook*.
Fast Company
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Laugh.ly aims to be the destination with the most comprehensive and organized comedy library. And more than that, it wants to reintroduce the American consumer to the pleasure of listening to comedy albums. We believe theres a comedian out there for everyone, he says, and if they give us a chance, we can help them find their comedian. Rethinking The Industry Scott began working on what would become Laugh.ly in 2013, collaborating on the app with the very first designer for Spotify. But he put the project on the back burner in 2014 after taking a job offer as CMO at Gigya, a customer identity management platform. When that company was sold two years later, Scott dusted off his business plan to revisit his passion project. He moved back to San Francisco and started recruiting developers with a simple, if not trite, pitch: The world needs more laughter, its the worlds oldest medicine.
BBC Parliament
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I had the pleasure of serving on the finance committee with last year and was constantly impressed by his incredible level of knowledge about the things we were discussing. I'll be sorry to see him go from this place. I got a few things to raise in Malaysia to the Finance Bill
Den of Geek
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So, to get things rolling, let's start with a disaster movie directed by the guy who produced Independence Day , and starring Gerard Butler... 35. Geostorm We can imagine that some might already be describing Dean Devlin’s upcoming sci-fi movie, Geostorm , as a guilty pleasure. We dont do guilty pleasures. This one simply looks a hoot. It’s a two plots for the price of one by the looks of it. There are climate controlling satellites on the one hand, that try and prevent storms that could destroy the planet. And in the midst of that, there’s a plot to assassinate the president. Gerard Butler, no stranger to films with such plots, leads a cast that also features Abbie Cornish, Jim Sturgess, Ed Harris and Andy Garcia. The film marks Devlin’s big screen feature directing debut, and hopefully it lives up to its B-movie presence, and gives us one of 2017’s most fun nights out at the pictures.
Ars Technica UK
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I've played Heroes of the Storm for two years, starting just after it left beta. In that time I've played 2,490 games. Each game takes an average of 20 minutes, though they can last anything from about 12 minutes during an outright stomp to upwards of half an hour, if both sides consist of woeful morons. By my calculations, that's exactly 830 hours of furious mouse-clicks and grimaces of anguish, or just over 34 and a half full days of gaming. That's a lot. [Pfft, I had over 700 days of World of Warcraft play time! -Ed.] Since mid-2015, I've obsessively devoured patch notes, posted several despairing notes on Reddit wondering why I always seem to find myself partnered with imbeciles (surprise: the team imbecile is often me), and even found myself watching tournaments played by men and boys 10 years my junior with frightening dedication to the game, and faster fingers than I'll ever have—e-sports being something I'd never expected to find pleasure in.
TopRank
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A Day in the Life My day typically begins with a cup of Cinnabon-flavored coffee and a pour of sugar-free vanilla creamer. (Public Service Announcement: If you havent had the pleasure of indulging in this delicious amazingness, put it on your bucket list. It sets the day off right .) As I sip, I dive into any emails that came in after “closing time”, check out my meeting schedule, and then jump to our project management system to take a look at what my day and the rest of the week looks like. From there, I prioritize the day’s task list based on own timeline knowledge or engage my account managers for a little help if things are looking precarious. Once my tasks are set, it’s time to dive in. As for what I’m typically diving into, there are about five core themes on any given day: 1. Content Strategy & Execution As a member of the content team, it stands to reason that content strategy and execution often take up a large part of my day.
BBC News 24
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Fish and chips, I guess, fish and chips. I like pub food, just pub food. Final one, and quite a few others - who would win a game of thumb war between you two? Have you ever played a game of thumb war? We haven't got time. Were you any good at that? It could take us a while. I am glad you have an answer there. It has been an absolute pleasure
BBC News 24
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got time. Were you any good at that? It could take us a while. I am glad you have an answer that. It has been an absolute pleasure. Thank you, thank you. I love that Kurt... He was straight up for the thumb war. He was right in there, but I.
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BBC Parliament
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Starved of its natural habitat and unable to mix socially with other monkeys. It is always a pleasure to listen to anything that the honourable gentleman has to say. We agree on two things, we need to be out of Europe, but does he feel in this instance this is one instance where we should follow the.
BBC Parliament
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the bill now be read a third time. I take great pleasure, and I have nothing more to say. The bill has not been amended. We will support it. I did want to wish all the parties the very best in the negotiations and hope an agreement can be reached soon, and that.
BBC Parliament
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to move. The question is also as in the order paper. As many as are of the opinion, say "aye". To the contrary, "no".. The ayes have it. The question is this House do now adjourn. Mr Deputy Speaker, it is a pleasure to be here, to see off another day. Before I begin, I would like to thank the director of.
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job they volunteered to do in the first place. Thank you Madam Deputy Speaker. Can I first of all say what a pleasure it is to follow my friend. As often in these situations, we are pleased to say.
BBC Parliament
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BBC Parliament
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Today I am somewhere in the middle. It is always a pleasure to speak on any issue in this House. First of all, I congratulate the Secretary of State on the mentation of measures in this Bill. This is not where we want to be, but we are committed to the Northern Ireland Assembly and to the democratic process. This Bill today gives us all.
BBC One East
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Some fabulous stuff in here. This is one of the very old original soaks that the jockeys used to wear. A great pleasure for me today, I sat down with Lester Piggott. He's great pleasure for me today, I sat.
BBC Parliament
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pleasure working with the honourable gentleman on the select committee as well, and the bid is a great deal of calm and common sense to it. I understand what he's saying, had I'm not saying it should be brushed under the carpet, but I don't see why they could not have been an enquiry carried on with the then First Minister still in place. I think to risk bringing the whole.