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Wild Card Standings 2016: Seattle Mariners Blow Chance At Wild Card Spot, Kansas City Royals On Fire

2016 Wild Card standings have shifted all season, but the Seattle Mariners blew a golden opportunity against the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday afternoon (August 21). The Mariners led the Brewers 6-3 heading into the ninth inning, but ended up having reliever Tom Wilhelmsen blow the game. The 7-6 loss cost the Mariners a chance not just to move up in ...

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Why Britney Spears Has Already Secured Her Comeback

Every time Britney Spears drops a new album, the media calls it her “comeback” moment. Just take a look at the following tweets and headlines below. Britney Spears’ Comeback Album Leaked https://t.co/ujLsPBFzlz — CelebMix (@CelebMix) August 21, 2016 We’re a week away from Britney Spears’s comeback album Glory – and there’s finally a full tracklist https://t.co/SfVDkwfRqe — DS Breaking News ...

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‘Prey’: Lead Designer Weighs In On Feel And Nature Of The Game, Reveals Gameplay Elements

We’re finally learning more about Prey, the upcoming first-person shooter. Developer Arkane Studies has been hard at work developing a complete reboot of Prey, and new information has been revealed in terms of the environment of the game and what we can expect. In a report by Gamespot, it’s being said that Prey is looking to take an eccentric approach ...

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André 3000 Shades Drake: What He Said About The Rapper

André 3000 didn’t just make a surprise on Frank Ocean’s new album, Blond. He also had some things to say about his fellow rapper Drake. [embedded content] Frank Ocean dropped his surprise new album, Blond, shortly after he released his visual album, Endless, just a few days ago. Fans have been buzzing about the R&B singer’s album, including André 3000’s ...

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‘Captain White Privilege’ — Spiderman Writer On Resistance To Zendaya As Mary Jane

Some Marvel fans aren’t happy about actress Zendaya as Mary Jane Watson in the next Spiderman movie. Comic writer Dan Slott, however, has an answer for them. Thursday and Friday he spent some time explaining to all who would listen why casting a non-white actor for a previously-white role is different from casting a white actor for a previously non-white ...

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‘Outlander’ Season 3 Production Delayed Due To Caitriona Balfe’s Mystery Illness, Will The Season Premiere Happen On Time?

This year’s Droughtlander might be longer than expected. Production for Season 3 of Outlander is supposed to be under way, yet reports indicate that filming has been officially delayed for the time being. How will this impact the premiere date for the new season? According to MNR Daily, Caitriona Balfe’s health is the main reason behind the recent delays in ...

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Flea, Red Hot Chili Peppers Bassist, Jams With Koko The Gorilla [Video]

Flea, the bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, found someone new to jam with–Koko the gorilla. The 45-year-old Koko strummed away on the strings of the bass as Flea laid beside her marveling. Flea visited the gorilla in her home in Woodside, California while taking a break from touring with the Red Hot Chili Peppers. “This is the greatest ...

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Google Is Ditching Chrome Apps On Windows, Mac, And Linux

Google is known for adding new features to Chrome browser often, but a few of them are getting axed lately. To streamline its web browser, Google is removing support for Chrome apps on Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms, reports CNET. The Chrome apps are the ones that run within the web browser. If you have played Angry Birds or used ...

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Private Prisons: DOJ To End Controversial Contracts

On Thursday, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates released an official Department of Justice memo that reveals the government’s decision to reduce and eventually eliminate privately owned prisons within the United States. “They simply do not provide the same level of correctional services, programs, and resources; they do not save substantially on costs; and as noted in a recent report by ...

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Searching For Aliens: ‘Goldilocks Zone’ Planets Also Require This Crucial Trait To Sustain Life

Scientists have found that “Goldilocks Zones” around stars, those areas of habitability that are derived by the distance of a planet from its parent star where it has the capacity to sustain living organisms as we understand it, is not just as simple as orbital distance. A new study suggests that there is another key factor that influences whether or ...

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