This fall Disney+ unveils the three-part documentary, which mines long-lost footage for a portrait of the band’s final chapter that’s so unexpected it surprised even Paul McCartney.
The term pussy is related because cats are soft and warm, but they also have retractable razor-sharp claws and predator’s teeth.
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These glorious figures of giants made of trees look like guardians of the forest.
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For centuries, all philosophers seem to have done is question and debate. Why do philosophical problems resist solution?
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The debate over what counts as authentic Mexican food may be moot when there are 7,000 Taco Bells around the world.
Shaking off Nazism was no simple matter: the work to create a plural and peacable Germany was prolonged and painful
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4,000 web badges, collected.
This is a weekly experiment to see if an artificial intelligence program can produce real humor.
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Eunoia: Words that don't translate.
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The Leipzig Fair, 1968 The World’s Fairs used to capture the public’s imagination. From the millions who attended such iconic Fairs as the ones held in New York in 1939 and 1964, to the...