Sneaking Into Spreepark

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I freeze, at what could have been the slight sound of a twig snapping. Was it just my imagination? Sweat beads on my brow. As I wait, I sense the clincher: the woodland noises have all stopped and I can hear, in the distance, guttural German voices drawing closer. My hand goes up, signaling Iris, …

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Confessions Of A Potential Rapist

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Dear people of the internet. I have a confession to make. I have been struggling since puberty with the urge to rape women. Not any specific woman, just women in general. I suppose it started with the advent of cable television in the 90s, which heralded an influx of western culture that my primitive, pubescent …

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5 Things That CEOs Can Learn From Budget Travelers

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Budget travelers, like CEOs, have painful lives that they live in order to experience the rewards. That’s the hard truth – for all those beautiful cityscapes and sunsets, the IPOs and the successful buyouts, there’s a price to pay. Constant worry about your belongings and assets. Lots and lots of budget woes. Tons of tense …

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Null Votes Are For Retards

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Not voting in an election is the most apathetic thing you can do. If you don’t vote, you can’t complain about the state of things. There’s something worse than not voting, though. It’s this new concept of protesting the choices offered by voting for no-one and then trying to have that ballot counted. It’s called …

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Why the Gurgaon Traffic Police should not be on Facebook

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Or if it is, it shouldn’t be used as a whistle-blowing website for people to report traffic violations. If you visit the Gurgaon Traffic Police Facebook page right now, and specifically the photos section, you’ll see that a lot of well-meaning citizens have uploaded pictures of cars that flout traffic laws – some of them driving …

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