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  1. Again and again, human beings have shown off their willingness to pierce, poke and alter every facet of their bodies. Currently, tattoos and certain piercings
    11-04-2010 by hansonbob
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  2. This summer, boycott the Michael Bay remakes and check out these underappreciated gems of the genre.
    14-05-2010 by jimitrott
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  3. Actor Gary Coleman may have lived a life of strange and often sad twists, but in death his legacy seems to have taken even stranger turns.
    09-06-2010 by brettgtrbb
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  4. Tantra is a word that is not understood by many people. It is a system of knowledge in the oriental<br />world and is all about unrestrained sexual connection, featuring sex positions which can be also<br />found in Kama Sutra. The ideas in these teaching
    15-11-2010 by edmund6stone
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  5. Although terms popular culture and pop culture are in some situations made use of reciprocally, and their meanings partially overlap, the term "pop", which dates from the late 1950s, concerns a certain society and historical duration. Pop refers mor
    03-09-2013 by sr.patterson and 7 others
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  6. Although terms popular culture and popular culture are in some cases made use of interchangeably, and their significances partly overlap, the term "pop", which dates from the late 1950s, concerns a certain society and historical period. Pop refers
    04-09-2013 by newhorizons and 7 others
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  7. Although terms pop culture and pop culture are in some instances used interchangeably, and their significances partly overlap, the term "pop", which dates from the late 1950s, belongs to a particular culture and historical period. Pop refers a lot m
    05-09-2013 by jommaert and 7 others
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  8. Although terms popular culture and popular culture are in some situations used interchangeably, and their definitions partially overlap, the term "pop", which dates from the late 1950s, belongs to a specific culture and historical period. Pop refers
    16-09-2013 by alexndawson and 7 others
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  9. Although terms pop culture and pop culture are in some situations made use of interchangeably, and their significances partly overlap, the term "pop", which dates from the late 1950s, concerns a particular society and historical period. Pop refers
    16-09-2013 by morganhanert and 7 others
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  10. Although terms popular culture and popular culture are in some cases utilized interchangeably, and their significances partly overlap, the term "pop", which dates from the late 1950s, concerns a specific society and historical period. Pop refers a
    18-09-2013 by yoltage and 7 others
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