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- An Oral History Of 'Leisure Suit Larry'
It gradually became one of the best-selling erotic adventure games of all time, and it remains one of the few dating simulations to ever crack into the mainstream in the US.
- The World's Most Valuable Brand Names, Charted
You should start a tech company.
- What Happened Last Time It Was As Warm As It's Going To Get Later This Century?
Kids today will be grandparents when most climate projections end — does the past have more hints?
- A Management Tool For People Who Hate Excel
monday.com’s team management tools let you see what everyone is working on in a single glance. Its intuitive dashboards are customizable, so you can create systems that work for you, without relying on confusing Excels or unnecessary meetings.
- Devastating, Secretly-Recorded Audio Of Children Who Have Been Separated From Their Parents Crying And Wailing
ProPublica obtained this haunting recording of children aged 4 to 10 crying and wailing for their parents from inside a US Customs and Border Protection facility. Meanwhile, an agent jokes, "We have an orchestra here."
- The World's Greatest Athlete Is A Whippet Named Spitfire
Spitfire excels at the curious sport of dock diving, or, in other words, jumping really, really far. That skill has landed him and his owner, 13-year-old Sydney Mackey, five world records—and counting.
- The Dark Side Of The Orgasmic Meditation Company
OneTaste is pushing its sexuality wellness education toward the mainstream. Some former members say it pushed them into sexual servitude and five-figure debts.
- Ted Cruz Played Jimmy Kimmel In Basketball And Oh God, This Is So Painful
The Houston Chronicle described the 1-on-1 game as "a Coachella festival of air balls, missed shots and footwork that would make a sloth look like Usain Bolt."
- Generation Pickleball: Welcome To Florida's Political Tomorrowland
Republicans' political future looks a lot like this vibrant, fast-growing, Trump-friendly retirement community outside of Orlando.
- Trump Announces Creation Of 'Space Force' — What Does That Mean, Exactly?
Are we going to Mars? Will Trump command a fleet of space ships and come to dominate the cosmos before any other space-faring nation can hope to lay claim to the resources of the infinite? The answers are, predictably, far more boring.