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How Exhausting Cocktail Puns Took Over The Cocktail Book World

“If the insular cocktail world hates Tequila Mockingbird, average Joes and Janes continue to crush on it” writes Aaron Goldfarb for insidehook.com. All three books are now usually the three best-selling cocktail books at any given moment on Amazon … and the cocktail world detests them. “I think at the very least his books are annoying,” believes Sam Slaughter, food and drink editor at The Manual. Source: insidehook.com

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Defining Fights: Bellator Europe 6 main event star Michael ‘Venom’ Page

“The London Shootfighters-trained star has a reputation for being one of the most flamboyant, spectacular, yet polarizing fighters in the world as Page (15-1 MMA, 11-1 BMMA) has compiled a resume packed with highlight-reel finishes and memorable post-fight celebrations” writes Nolan King for usatoday.com. Ahead of his main event clash with Italy’s Giovanni Melillo in London this weekend, we take a look at the six fights that have helped define the career of the man known to the MMA world as “MVP.” The fight that started it all saw Page…

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Trump pardons people accused of war crimes because he thinks war should be savage

“Through the 19th and early 20th centuries, war had been moving steadily in the direction of total war” writes Jens David Ohlin for washingtonpost.com. In total war, civilians on both sides always lose.The logical culmination of total war came in World War II with the Holocaust, the strategic bombing of cities as a tactic of demoralization, and the dropping of the atomic bomb.The goal was to avoid total war at all costs and to ensure that professional soldiers bore the brunt of war’s horror. Source: washingtonpost.com

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The world’s first electric racing aircraft was unveiled in Dubai, ahead of a clean energy air race to promote greener flight

“The world’s first electric race aircraft was unveiled at the Dubai Airshow this week, ahead of an all-electric plane race that aims to push the aerospace industry in a greener direction” writes Sin Ad Baker for businessinsider.com. “With that one, we’ll race in Air Race E but we’ll also go for world speed records,” Wiseman said. Source: businessinsider.com

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Interview with Robert Lotter, developer of SetBot – the first hybrid trading system in the world

“In 2006, I started developing and coding advanced automated currency trading systems involving sophisticated algorithmic trading” reports financefeeds.com. The biggest advantage of his system is that it allows everyday working individuals to trade Forex without having to place the trade in person.It is a set of robots trading on the Forex market without physical presence of the trader.He created numerous trading systems that allow traders to use multiple pre-configured trading strategies to enter the market with a high probability of success.In 2003, I moved into trading Forex markets and gained…

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Kylie Jenner sells stake in beauty empire to CoverGirl owner

“It plans to launch more products under the Kylie brand and sell them in more countries around the world” writes The Associated Press for seattletimes.com. NEW YORK (AP) — Kylie Jenner is selling a stake of her beauty business to CoverGirl owner Coty, in a deal that values the reality TV star’s company at about $1.2 billion.Kylie Cosmetics brought in about $177 million in revenue in the last year, up 40% from the year before, the company said. Jenner expanded her empire earlier this year with Kylie Skin, a line…

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Why centrist politics can no longer explain the world

“With public institutions dysfunctional and liberal democracy hollowed out, liberalism no longer looks like an ideology that can explain the world: its basis falls away” writes Katrina Forrester for theguardian.com. But the problem may be a deeper one: that the categories of mainstream politics as we know it can no longer explain the world.Such defensiveness is not novel: liberalism has often been a negative sort of politics – a politics of second best that protects against worse scenarios.What would help liberalism make sense again is the rebuilding of those public…

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Japan hosts first fully-fledged arms show looking for an edge in tech

“Innovation is happening around the world and through an exchange of that Japan will be able to keep up,” he added” writes Midwest Communications Inc for 95kqds.com. China spends more than three times as much as Japan on defence, while recent North Korean advances threaten to make Japan’s new missile defences obsolete before they are deployed.Worried by increased Chinese military activity in the East China Sea and North Korea’s ballistic missile advances, Japan has increased defence spending over the past seven years to around $50 billion annually, purchasing advanced U.S.…

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How Crypto and Blockchain Are Influencing Geopolitics

“Secondly, it is prompting some enthusiasts to passionately advocate for crypto and blockchain taking a bigger role in the economy” writes Connor Blenkinsop for cointelegraph.com. The first day will explore the global impact of crypto and blockchain, and offer predictions for the future.Reading the tea leaves to figure out what the future holds for crypto and blockchain is a challenge.That said, crypto and blockchain are also creating new geopolitical challenges.There is a real and pressing divide when it comes to the attitudes surrounding crypto and blockchain. Source: cointelegraph.com

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Harry Styles gets way too thirsty on Sara Lee’s main in this ‘SNL’ sketch

“Dylan, Sara Lee Bread’s content creator, gets called out on some curious crossover between his personal brand and the company’s brand on Instagram” writes Jess Joho for mashable.com. Branded social media hard world to navigate nowadays, so we don’t blame Harry Styles’ character for not nailing it in this Saturday Night Live sketch. Source: mashable.com

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