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  • #PassengerShaming Pictures Show The (Very) Disgusting Side Of Air Travel

    It used to be such a glamorous job - but these disgusting photographs show that life as a flight attendant isn’t always as classy as the movies make out. Images posted to the “Passenger Shaming” Facebook and Instagram pages show how many selfish travellers don’t really get flight etiquette. The hashtag was inspired by former flight attendant Shawn Kathleen’s Instagram account Passenger Shaming.

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  • Woman Sues 12-Year-Old Nephew For Over Enthusiastic Hug

    Jennifer Connell is suing her nephew (Facebook)

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  • Woman Shames Thousands Of Men Who Sent Her Violently Graphic Messages By Posting Them On Instagram

    A woman who has suffered years of abuse from men who sent her violent and graphic messages has decided to turn the tables - by posting the messages on her Instagram page.

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  • The 1-Step Hack That Makes an Ikea Cabinet Unrecognizable (4 photos)

    Interior designer Victoria Solomon of Victoria Elizabeth Design had a mission: to add a media cabinet to her small NYC apartment that would add extra storage while hiding the ugly wires under her TV. In her dreams, she envisioned a 140-inch built-in-looking piece of furniture that could hold its own on the long 180-inch wall - but in reality, nothing like this existed. So what did the clever designer do? She turned to Ikea and hacked her way to the expensive-looking custom console of her dreams! Victoria realized that three Ikea Besta shelf units, when lined up, totaled about 140 inches. So, she purchased three Besta ($100) shelf units with high-gloss white doors and gave them an undeniably glamorous (and ridiculously simple) makeover by adding agate pulls ($49 per pair). Want to re-create the look at home? Read on for Victoria's expert tips!

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  • Winnipeg family denied entry into U.S., held at border for 7 hours

    A Winnipeg man says border officials in the United States treated him and his wife like terrorists over the weekend, with customs officers questioning him for seven hours and denying the couple and their four young children entry into the country. Abdelkrim Boulhout said what was supposed to be a family road trip to Grand Forks, N.D., was abruptly cut short at the American border on Saturday. Boulhout said he was never given any explanation as to why he had to undergo questioning.

  • Harper 'betrayed and abandoned' me in insect-infested cell, journalist says

    Freed journalist Mohamed Fahmy lashed out at Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Tuesday, accusing him of washing his hands of his case when intervention with the highest levels of the Egyptian government was most needed. Speaking at a news conference in Toronto, Fahmy said he initially refused to believe Harper was not bringing his full weight to bear on Egyptian authorities. "While you here citizens in Canada and around the world clearly understood the urgency of the situation we faced in prison in Egypt, the Harper government did not," Fahmy said.

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  • 'Shark Tank' star Robert Herjavec has a simple tip to protect your identity

    "Shark Tank" co-star and Herjavec Group CEO Robert Herjavec shares his top cybersecurity tips. The Herjavec Group is one of Canada's fastest-growing technology companies and the country's largest IT security provider. Produced by Joe Avella Follow BI Video: On Facebook

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  • Real Life Rapunzel Hasn’t Cut Her Hair For 35 YEARS

    Going to the hairdressers can sometimes be a chore but one woman doesn’t bother to get her hair cut at all - in fact, she hasn’t bothered in 35 YEARS. Gu Meiying, 59, has been growing her hair since she was 24-years-old and it has now grown to a staggering 2.52 metres in length.

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  • Dying father walks all his children down the aisle in one day

    Ken McHugh is a father of four, and in 2010 he was diagnosed with neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer. Things have taken a turn for the worse for the Chester Springs, Pennsylvania resident, and McHugh has been thinking about all the important moments in his children’s lives he will miss, reports BuzzFeed. “Weddings were a major thing that brought us much sadness when we thought about him not joining us,” said Tammy McHugh, Ken’s wife.

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  • Alabama couple showcases their love with hilarious engagement photos

    An Alabama couple shared their awesomely awkward engagement photos and the Internet loves them. Patricia Forrest was tired of looking at the typical engagement photos her friends and family had been releasing, and wanted to do something different when she and Andrew Ziroli decided to tie the knot.

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  • Dead Man Wakes Up In Morgue Moments Before His Own Autopsy

    The man had been declared dead by a doctor after he was found at a bus station in Mumbai, India, and was taken to a nearby hospital. Lokmanya Tilak General Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Rohan Rohekar is reported to have earlier told staff to take the body directly to the morgue - which is against hospital policy. Senior Police Inspector Yeshudas Gorde said: “It is a serious case of negligence by the doctor.

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  • Indian Act blocks Saskatoon landlord from collecting thousands in rent

    Erin Perehudoff says a bad renter owes her money after leaving a trail of destruction and garbage at her Saskatoon home. Arcand soon fell behind on rent payments, and was ordered to leave by the end of March. Arcand did not appear at a hearing on June 4 before the Rentalsman.

  • Conservatives bring out former top gun as race tightens

    Sun, Oct 11: The federal election has turned into a two-way battle between the Liberals and Conservatives and on Sunday the tories brought out one of their former top guns. Mike Le Couteur reports.

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  • The fascinating life of Nikola Tesla, the man who electrified our world and fell in love with a pigeon

    Without Nikola Tesla, many of the conveniences of modern life wouldn't be possible. The Serbian-American engineer and physicist had over 300 patents worldwide, and his inventions helped pave the way for alternating current (AC), electric motors, radios, fluorescent lights, lasers, and remote control, among many other things. But he was also highly eccentric — from his bizarre sleeping and eating habits to his love of pigeons. Here's a glimpse into the fabulous life of one of history's most fascinating geniuses.

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  • The best astronomy photos of the year have set a 'jaw-dropping standard'

    When you combine the dynamic objects in our solar system with the distant bodies of the universe, you get award-winning photos. Each year, the Royal Museums Greenwich holds its "Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year" contest. The winning photos are showcased in an exhibit at the Royal Observatory Greenwich for all to enjoy. This year's batch of winners were spectacular.  "The quality of this year's field of over 2,700 images from across the globe meant that there was some lively debate over the judging," said BBC Sky and Night Magazine Editor Chris Bramley, one of the judges. "Each and every category contained images of a jaw-dropping standard." 

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  • Grieving mother pushes for tougher drunk driving sentences in wake of crash

    A grieving mother who lost her three children and her father in a horrific crash north of Toronto is harnessing a wave of public support and outrage to push for tougher penalties against drunk drivers. Jennifer Neville-Lake says returning to the site of the crash on Thanksgiving weekend inspired her to launch what she called her "final bit of advocacy" for her children. Nine-year-old Daniel, Harrison, 5, and two-year-old Milly Neville-Lake were killed along with Gary Neville, 65, after the van they were in was T-boned by an SUV in Vaughan, Ont., on Sept. 27.

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  • Shia Breaks Silence After Arrest

    Shia LaBeouf has broken his silence following his arrest in Austin, TX on Friday.

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  • Chinese Cabin Crew Forced To Lie In Overhead Lockers In Bizarre Bullying Ritual

    A Chinese airline has promised to clamp down on bullying among cabin crew after pictures of a female flight attendant lying in an overhead luggage compartment were published online. The images show the crew member from Kunming Airlines squeezed into an overhead locker in the bizarre initiation ritual. The stewardess is smiling in the images, but in several pictures has her hands over her face.

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  • Apple loses patent lawsuit to University of Wisconsin, faces hefty damages

    By Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple Inc could be facing up to $862 million in damages after a U.S. jury on Tuesday found the iPhone maker used technology owned by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's licensing arm without permission in chips found in many of its most popular devices. The jury in Madison, Wisconsin also said the patent, which improves processor efficiency, was valid. The trial will now move on to determine how much Apple owes in damages.

  • Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos quiet on Don Cherry's MLB conspiracy theory

    Alex Anthopoulos is always grateful for Don Cherry's support, but the Blue Jays general manager was reluctant to second Cherry's belief that Major League Baseball is conspiring to keep Toronto out of the post-season. Cherry spoke at length on Saturday during his Coach's Corner segment of Hockey Night in Canada about officiating and game operations decisions made by MLB that he believed were biased against the Blue Jays. "Can't say enough good things about (Don Cherry)," said Anthopoulos at Rogers Centre on Tuesday.

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