The Salt Lick: The 4 Hour Queue For Beef Ribs

How long does y’all wait in line today be 40-pin you know no sense evil hello dummies Kid Dynamite checking in here we’re here at the Salt Lick one of the more upscale barbecue places better than most the places I go usually a place as I eat they had like mosquito netting there’s like […]

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One rural Indigenous community on what ‘Invasion Day’ means to them

In Australia, the date of Jan. 26 goes by many names. “Australia Day” is what you might hear in media and on Tv. But for many people, Indigenous or otherwise, it also goes by “Invasion Day” or “Survival Day” and it’s often called the “Day of Mourning.” Marking the beginning of colonialism and the culture […]

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These London-based startups are pioneering new ways to create cleaner, smarter energy

Exploring the answers to tomorrows energy challenge is at the heart of Shells Make the Future campaign and their flagship event, Construct the Future London. Shell is committed to supporting bright energy ideas and this event will excite, entertain and explore how we can be part of the journey to a low-carbon future. Build the […]

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Why people stay in the path of a deadly hurricane

University of North Florida students pack in front of their dormitory as they evacuate because of of preparing for Hurricane Matthew, on Oct. 6. The warnings about Hurricane Matthew’s potential impact on Florida could hardly be more dire. The Category 4 storm has already smashed Haiti and the Bahamas, killing at least 264 people in […]

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YouTube removes 2 more channels with North Korean content

Image: AP YouTube has done it again. Two channels which featured content about North Korea have been removed from the video-streaming service, according to a report. SEE ALSO: North Koreans eating American BBQ is a fascinating insight into the nation The removal comes less than two months after YouTube blocked North Korea’s state television channel, […]

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Does a Major Discovery Show the Greeks Secretly Sacrificed a Teenage Boy to Zeus?

When the skeleton of a young son was found in an altar dedicated to Zeus, the discovery sent shockwaves through the world of archaeology. But it might be too good to be true.”> On a mountain top in southern Greece, in a virtually 3,000 -year-old religion site, archaeologists have made a macabre discovery: human remains […]

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