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This Week in Port Phillip 1841: 17-24 August 1841

THE WATER CARTERS At this stage, Melbourne was reliant on water carters for its water supply. Having recently spent some time in Nairobi where our house was reliant on tanked water for its domestic supply, I have a new appreciation … Continue reading ?

Watch Bryce Menzies break the offroad jump world record during a test run

Bryce Menzies was supposed to jump across a fake Western ghost town in Santa Fe, New Mexico this past Saturday, live on Red Bull TV. He was going to be attempting to break the world record for the longest offroad truck jump, which stood at 332 feet. Show More Summary

Wilson Combat Introduces the Sentinel XL Sub-compact 1911

Wilson Combat Introduces the Sentinel XL, available in 45, 9mm, and 38 Super. This post Wilson Combat Introduces the Sentinel XL Sub-compact 1911 appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Studio 54 On The Beach: Pinesfest Invades Fire Island This Labor Day

18 minutes agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Pinesfest on Fire Island is going to be like Studio 54 on the beach, and you need to be there.

The SFist To-Do List: 12 Cool Things To Check Out This Week

From a feminist dance piece inspired by 1970's slasher films to a Bollywood dance party on a boat, we have some ideas for how to spend this Burning Man week off the playa. [ more › ]

Alien Gear Holsters’ Cloak Tuck 3.0 IWB Holster Now Compatible with Revolvers

After spending over a year in development, the award-winning Cloak Tuck 3.0 IWB Holster is now capable of carrying revolvers. This post Alien Gear Holsters’ Cloak Tuck 3.0 IWB Holster Now Compatible with Revolvers appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

5 Reasons Not To Use Google For Search

Google is pretty much everywhere. It’s in your smartphone, car, and maybe even your watch — but there’s still nothing like searching Google on a desktop computer. To this day, about 64 per cent of US web surfers use Google as their primary search engine. More »      

Firefighters on the scene of the Bogart fire

California wildfire updates: Hundreds evacuated in fast-moving fire in Riverside County Aug. 30, 2016, 4:42 p.m. A rash of fires this summer has destroyed homes, subjected residents to evacuation orders and disrupted activities at Hearst Castle. Here are some of the fires now burning in California...

2016 Topps Archives Mike Trout Super

Inspired by a stand alone Topps oddball set from 1969, this is a cutesy Topps insert from 2016 Archives - I like the minimalist design with the rounded corners and facsimile autograph, so I added on the cheap. Trout has to be 'the guy'...Show More Summary

Resident Shoots Knife-Wielding Home Invader

A woman at the home heard noises coming from the front of the house when a man broke through a set of French doors armed with a knife. This post Resident Shoots Knife-Wielding Home Invader appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

How I Work Remotely: Storing Everything In The Cloud Makes Business Easier

My job lives entirely online. Everything I do eventually ends up on this website. But it’s not that simple — behind the scenes, there’s a lot going on that has to run smoothly and work correctly to make my job easy and streamlined. At the very least, I need a fast ‘net connection, and I need it to work all the time. Show More Summary

Endesa Chile gives up water rights to hydroelectric projects

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Endesa Chile, the country's largest power generator, said on Tuesday it is rescinding the water rights to several hydroelectric projects and will take a $52 million writedown this year associated with those investments.

Here’s the sidescrolling No Man’s Sky clone starring Mario you’ve been waiting for

57 minutes agoTechnology : Venture Beat

It’s time for the mashups. Developer ASMB Games has mixed Mario into No Man’s Sky to create No Mario’s Sky. This is a 2D, sidescrolling exploration game that has Nintendo’s plumber collecting coins, stomping on goombas, and flying to other planets. Like developer Hello Games’ space-exploration game No Man’s Sky, No Mario’s Sky uses procedural […]

North Korea makes progress on missiles, but no evidence of nuclear weapons yet

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea has made considerable progress this year on weapons technology, including testing a submarine-launched missile for the first time, but it's still not clear if the isolated nation has developed a nuclear warhead.

John Kerry actually said this

(Scott Johnson) PJ Media’s Tyler O’Neil draws attention to the remarks of Secretary of State John Kerry in Bangladesh on Monday. Kerry explicitly asked the media to cover terrorism less, so “people wouldn’t know what’s going on.” I think that Kerry’s statement truly represents the deep thoughts of President Obama. Show More Summary

Diversity on the Rocks

(Steven Hayward) Is it still okay to make Jewish mother jokes? If not, Woody Allen is in deep trouble, and most of his old films will need to be banned. There are two answers to this question. The diversity mongers of the identity politics...Show More Summary

The Age of Tangents

When I wrote this article on my personal blog almost six years ago, I had no idea that it would remain so prescient today. There is very little that I would change from that post, so I’m publishing it unchanged here. John Kenneth Galbraith,...Show More Summary

5 Premier League players who need a deadline day move

1 hour agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

With meager few grains of sand left in the top of the hourglass tracking the time left in this transfer window, plenty associated with Premier League clubs will be on edge up until Wednesday’s 11 p.m. deadline. For supporters, one eye...Show More Summary

What’s Brad Gonna Say When Angie Drags This Big Bear Into Their House?

By the Sea director Angelina Jolie and her daughter Shiloh were driving through Toluca Lake, CA on Sunday when they passed two young children trying to sell an enormous stuffed bear named “Big Bear” for $50. So what did Angie do? Angie...Show More Summary

Paul Krugman weighs in on the Apple tax debate

Paul Krugman stopped by Business Insider to talk to senior editor Josh Barro. Krugman discussed the EU ruling ordering Apple to pay $14.5 billion in taxes to Ireland. Follow BI Video: On Twitter   Join the conversation about this story »

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