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Naturally, Pornhub Premium will be free on Valentine’s Day

Image: pornhub Those feeling lonely on Valentine’s Day can take solace in one annual tradition: Pornhub will be offering its Premium service for free. Whether that’s an exciting prospect or a depressing one is for you to decide. But, per Pornhub Insights, for 24 hours non-Premium subscribers will gain access to thousands more videos – some in 4k, if that’s what you’re into.  SEE ALSO: The best dating sites to find a connection this weekend But even though staying home all night watching high-definition pornography isn’t exactly the traditional way…

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Parents boycott ‘Peter Rabbit’ movie over food allergy scene

(CNN)“Peter Rabbit” has found itself in the middle of a food allergy controversy that has prompted some parents to boycott the animated children’s film and Sony Pictures to issue an apology. One scene shows the rabbit Peter and his forest friends attacking their archnemesis, Mr. McGregor, by throwing blackberries at him. Mr. McGregor is allergic to blackberries and starts choking, having to inject himself with an epinephrine injector. See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter. All families should be aware of how…

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Poacher Found Decapitated After Being Mauled To Death By A Pride Of South African Lions

Three lions living in Tzaneen Lion and Predator Park, South Africa, were found decapitated in January 2017. Their bodies had been stolen, police believe, to be sold to traditional medicine practitioners in Mozambique. Then, later that year, another big cat was found poisoned and mutilated. Now, it appears to be the turn of the hunter. Police are investigating the death of a man discovered decapitated and mauled to death by a pride of lions in Ingwelala Private Nature Reserve in Hoedspruit, South Africa. “A scream was heard and the lions were scattered…

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Bill Maher Goes Off on Nunes Memo: Republicans These Days Are Treasonous Rats

Forget Groundhog Day. The only large, rat-like creature Im concerned about is Devin Nunes, embarrassed guest Anthony Scaramucci, Maher delivered a fiery monologue wherein he got so worked up over the House Republicans protocol-breaching release of the Nunes memo, done to CNN, alleges FBI and Justice Department abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, accusing the FBI of improperly using information paid for in part by Hillary Clinton's campaign [the Steele dossier] to obtain a FISA warrant for Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page. The release of the memo…

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Become A White Hat Hacker With This Discounted Course Bundle

This piece was written by the people who run the Cracked Store to tell you about products that are being sold there. Did you know that companies will pay you a lot of money to perform computer hacking for them? And no, not in a high-stakes, espionage-y, forgettable side plot in Mission: Impossible 5 kind of way, but in a “Please make sure that our own system isn’t full of vulnerabilities so that we can keep out the bad hackers” way. It’s called “ethical hacking,” and it’s one of the…

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Sony apologises for making light of food allergies in ‘Peter Rabbit’

Sony Pictures and the Peter Rabbit filmmakershave apologised for making light of allergies following calls to boycott the movie, which hit U.S. cinemas over the weekend.  SEE ALSO: James Corden will get the ‘Peter Rabbit’ movie hopping at Sony A scene in the new adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s classic shows character Tom McGregor, who’s allergic to blackberries, being pelted with the berries by Peter and his friends. One of the berries lands in Tom’s mouth, and he has to use an EpiPen to treat his allergic reaction.  The scene prompted…

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Law professor sees path to impeachment from Trump’s ‘sh*thole countries’ comment

Rep. Al Green might have been the first to call for another impeachment vote after reports circulated of President Trump’s alleged “shithole countries” comment in the Oval Office, but he wasn’t the only one with impeachment on his mind. Convinced that Trump’s comment was racist, Cornell law professor Josh Chafetz put together the case for impeachment of the president in a series of tweets Thursday. In my view, a constitutionally conscientious legislator could conclude that a demonstrated pattern of racist conduct by a president constituted a high crime or misdemeanor…

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Harry and Meghan on first Scottish visit

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPrince Harry and Meghan Markle have made their first official visit to Scotland. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have visited Edinburgh Castle on their first official joint appearance in Scotland. The trip is part of their public engagements in the run-up to their wedding on 19 May. The royal couple spent several minutes talking to people in the crowd as they arrived at the Esplanade in front of the castle. They then attended the firing of the castle’s famous One o’Clock Gun.…

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This Jimmy Kimmel sketch shows how absurd the gay wedding cake drama truly is.

To bake or not to bake? That was the question posed by a same-gender wedding cake case in California. Last year, Cathy Miller, the owner of Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield, refused to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian couple. The couple, wanting to be treated as human beings and all, took issue with that. They took Miller to court. On Feb. 6, 2018, however, Kern County Supreme Court Judge David Lampe ruled on a preliminary injunction that because the couple’s proposed cake had yet to be baked, Miller’s artistic…

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