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This pill could stop 90 percent of HIV cases in the US

Michael Lucas has been taking Truvada, the HIV prevention pill, for about a year now. And the 42-year-old adult film director and gay porn performer readily admits that the decision wasn’t all that hard to make — especially when compared with the alternative.

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Suppressed By Scholars: The Mystery Of Twin Cultures On Opposite Sides Of The Atlantic

The ancient Egyptians (in Africa) and the ancient pre-Incas/Incas (in South America) evolved on opposite sides of the globe and were never in contact; yet both cultures mysteriously possessed the same strikingly identical body of ancient art, architecture, symbolism, mythology and religion.

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US sends its giant spy drone to look for kidnapped Nigerian girls

The drone that the United States Air Force sees as the replacement for the venerable U-2 spy plane is now flying surveillance missions over Nigeria as part of the search for 276 schoolgirls kidnapped by the Boko Haram terrorist group.

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11 Things Every Person Should Experience at Least Once in a Lifetime

It’s easy to forget amidst the coffee breaks, the voicemail, and the traffic jams that we are currently doing this pretty amazing thing called living. I was recently reminded of this by a Quora thread where someone posed this question:

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Lagos featured in Call of Duty Trailer

The trailer for the next Call-of-Duty game is out. It features Lagos and it looks AWESOME. I can’t wait to try it.

Jumia doesn’t know the meaning of free

The word “free” when used as an adverb means “without cost or payment”. Essentially, this means when you want an item, you do not have to pay for it.

Apparently, in the world of E-Commerce (according to Jumia) the word “free” means something else. Look at the screenshot below:

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Jumia is selling the BlackBerry Z10 at N43,995. Jumia is selling the BlackBerry Z10 with free Aerial7 Headset at N49,495. I’m confused. How is the Aerial7 Headset free if there is a price difference of N5,500. A quick search of the website for headset reveals headset within that price range.

Somebody, please explain to me.

50 Amazing Life Lessons Everyone Needs. These Will Change Your Life.

Its easy to lose ourselves in life sometimes. Life isn’t always easy, after all. Bad phases can come and go, or come and stay for a long time. But, we need to go on, and if we do we often come out stronger than we were before.

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This Elevator Might Make You Forget You’re Stuck In A Metal Death Trap With Strangers

Unless someone comes up with a better way for groups of people to move vertically within tall buildings (pneumatic tubes, anyone?), elevators are here to stay in our rapidly urbanizing world.

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Watch Pixar’s New Animation System Make Monsters In Real Time

In this rare demo of Pixar’s proprietary animation system Presto, the studio reveals how its animators control character features like the 900,000 hairs on Sullivan’s big furry body.

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Meet The Entrepreneurs Behind Nigeria’s Startup Revolution

Nigerians get sick of the standard narratives about their country. While there’s truth to stories about Internet scams, corruption, and terrorist threats, they don’t fill in the whole picture, and it’s common for Nigerians to express weariness as they’re forced once again to correct the record.

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