THE BIG PICTURE | London, August 28: Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival. The annual carnival, which is expected to attract around 1 million revelers, has taken place every August Bank Holiday since 1966. [Getty] A library in Islington, north London is asking would-be patrons a series of totally normal… Read more Read more
A library in Islington, north London is asking would-be patrons a series of
totally normal questions that every library asks when you go to apply for a card. You know, like your name, your address, whether or not you have a "hidden impairment, such as cancer, HIV, or diabetes." More » Every year, it starts about late May, first with a whisper, a singular Facebook status update, a… Read more Read more
Every year, it starts about late May, first with a whisper, a singular Facebook status update, a Tweet, as passing small talk reference by that coworker who insists on talking to me while I pee in the work bathroom.
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New mothers interested in long term birth control typically have two options after giving birth. One is completely reversible and renewable every 5 to 10 years, the other is permanent, more expensive, and difficult to reverse. It seems that, for women in a position to choose, the . Why, then, do so many women opt for permanent tubal litigation rather than IUD's?
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Kathie Lee Gifford video bombs Kim… Read more Read more
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Kathie Lee Gifford video bombs Kim Kardashian's wedding, child bride Courtney Stodden impresses Australia, and the earthquake was fun for everyone in New York.