Eating Korea: 10 of South Korea’s most delicious dishes

April 17, 2017

… spiciest dishes. It is believed to have been invented in a tavern in the Mugyo-dong district of Seoul in 1965 by a grandmother named Park Mu-sun. Nakji bokkeum quickly caught on. word spread, and a national favorite was born. Now part of the modern-day Myeongdong district, Mugyo-dong was the most fashionable area in Seoul at the time. Still today, if you poke around enough, you can still find some of those old nakji bokkeum joints in Myeongdong. Myeongdong Halmae Nakji, 31-7 Myeongdong-2 …

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Never say never again: When celebrities eat their words – BBC News

April 14, 2017

In 2015, John Cleese said there was “no way” he’d ever work at the BBC again. Now he has changed his mind after announcing he will make a new BBC sitcom that will reunite him with his Clockwise co-star Alison Steadman. Cleese isn’t the first celebrity to go back on his very public word. From Charlie Simpson’s Busted to Bond star Sean Connery, it’s wise to never say never again. Image copyright Handout Image caption Gervais returned to the Globes not once, …

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CNN 10 – April 10, 2017

April 10, 2017

… window. And instead of just leaving it there, people are coming here and it’s so much turned into a makeshift shrine. You can see messages there. People have penned the message “RIP”, but most noticeably and repeatedly the word “tillsammans” which means together. All the flowers have been taken from areas like this and place on some steps around the corner for a vigil that was a national moment for the country to come together. There’s been a huge outpouring …

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When pranked, State Department proves as humorless as Rex Tillerson’s face

April 7, 2017

… both of Stroh’s emails. Sometimes April Fool’s? Actually good, if, for nothing else, exposing the party-poopers and humorless among us. WATCH: Merriam-Webster throws shade at Ivanka Trump after she can’t define the word ‘complicit’ More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsAnthony Aires’ Video Spinn App – Unlimited Installs Video Spinn combines all of your videos no matter the format, frame rate, frame sizes, or codecs and turn them into 1 video …

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CNN 10 – April 7, 2017

April 7, 2017

… on the global ski map and has athletes who are hoping to become their country’s first Winter Olympians in 2018? 6. Thermochromic ink, for which new uses are appearing in the fashion industry, is able to do what? 7. What two-word term is used to describe a controversial rule change in the U.S. Senate that allows a majority party to overcome a filibuster with a simple majority vote? 8. What two countries have the largest economies on Earth, accounting for 40 percent of the world’s …

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Foul-mouthed chatbot wants to help women close the pay gap

April 6, 2017

… hosted by Reply.ai, and while there are no plans to retire her in the near future, when she disappears, those records are designed to as well. Once you’re finished getting advice from the bot, try saying thanks. She’ll give you articles to peruse and prompts to share the tool on social media, but not before signing off with a pat on the back and an obligatory curse word. Because why not have some irreverent fun when you’re doing something a little scary? UPDATE: April 4, 2017, …

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Some people are upset about Cadbury’s Egg event because of the word ‘Easter’

April 5, 2017

Image: Cadbury  As Easter approaches, children in the UK are looking forward to the annual Cadbury Egg Hunt, which will take place at around 300 National Trust properties. The year the festivities have been hit by a religious controversy led by the Church of England and the Archbishop of York. The chocolate giant has been accused of “airbrushing faith” from the annual event after dropping the word Easter. According to the Telegraph, the hunt was previously called an …

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There’s no need for April Fools’ Day because we’re living in a fake news nightmare

April 2, 2017

… Fools’ Day disclaimer. Krispy Kreme’s not-so-funny April Fools’ prank. Image: krispy kreme On Thursday, several major news outlets in the UK fell foul to a prank by Krispy Kreme. The doughnut brand claimed it would be changing its name to “Krispy Cream” because Brits didn’t know how to pronounce the word “Kreme”. “Krispy Kreme UK is getting a more ‘English-friendly’ name so people stop mispronouncing it,” declared a …

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Snapchat turns to sponsored geofilters as it pushes to compete with Facebook, Instagram

March 28, 2017

… But, they aren’t all aesthetically pleasing. A Red Bull ad has a logo that takes up too much space, in terms of design, he noted. Others are deterred from actually sharing a snap with a sponsored geofilter because the word “SPONSORED” appears in huge letters. However, that tag disappears when it is shared to the user’s Snapchat Story or with friends. The change brings up a dilemma with FTC guidelines. Sure, the user is aware of the situation before they snap a selfie with …

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‘Power Rangers’ box office beaten back by ‘Beauty and the Beast’

March 27, 2017

… weekend. It’s estimated $8.7 million finish might not seem like much, but audiences remain strong after more than a month in theaters. There was just a 35 percent decline in attendance between Get Out‘s fourth a fifth weekend a very small number that speaks to continued buzz and word-of-mouth appeal. All current box office estimates are provided by comScore and all historical data comes from Box Office Mojo. WATCH: What ‘Power Rangers’ and ‘TMNT’ have in …

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Swear and still sound educated by understanding the origin of those curse words

March 27, 2017

… MORAL/MASHABLE We have Old English to thank for one of the most commonly used swear words in the United States. Old English words such as scite (dung), scitte (diarrhea) and scitan (to defecate), all rooted in the Proto-Germanic skit-, evolved into Middle English schitte (excrement) and shiten (to defecate). It then evolved some more to the word we know and love today. According to OED, “shit” has been used to mean an “obnoxious person” since 1508. The dictionary also …

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Neil deGrasse Tyson: Trump’s Budget Will Make America Weak, Sick & Stupid

March 20, 2017

… budget now public, it looks like Tyson is making good on his word. More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsSmart Social Insiders Club 6 Month Insiders CLub Ver #2Script Dragon – Video Script Templates + Training (Upgrade 4) 20 of my best video script templates + TWO of my video sales and copywriting training courses. This pack has a real world value of $488.FlickGraph FD Ignored on social media? Not anymore…Software to create cinemagraphs living photos super easy and fast.200 3D …

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The most fashionable Englishwoman in Paris – BBC News

March 18, 2017

Over the next 90 years, Mary Clarke Mohl lived an extraordinary life at the crossroads of French and British culture and society. Nearly all of it was spent in Paris, where she saw three revolutions and was on friendly terms with so many of the great names of the day. But she never lost her attachment to Britain and in the Rue du Bac she offered a home-from-home to William Thackeray and Elizabeth Gaskell, the Brownings and the Trollopes, as well as to many aristocrats, diplomats and …

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The Turkey-Netherlands Spat Is A Reminder Of A New Specter Haunting Europe

March 18, 2017

… the importance of Enlightenment. Oh, the Enlightenment, that sacred word! The idea that destroying Islam from the face of the earth was a necessary condition of our liberation was almost laughable. Gradually, I was realizing how coming from a Muslim country was equal in this land to having the potential to become a barbarian. Kaya at a cafe in Amsterdam in 2004. Politics is theater, and whilst talking about books in Britain, I had almost missed the biggest play on offer, I realized as …

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The Heartbreaking Reason You Wont See A Bee On Honey Nut Cheerios Boxes Anymore

March 16, 2017

… hornets. So, help encourage these bugs by growing wildflowers and creating bee-friendly habitats. If you see a swarm or hive out in the wild, don’t call an exterminator, call up a local beekeeper for relocation! And if you want to help spread the word and bring back the bees, be sure toSHAREthis powerful message! More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsSuperPowerPPT LifeTime Membership – Discounted Video Converter WL 20 White Label License to our best selling “Video …

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11 Midwestern Terms And Sayings That Everyone Else Will Wish Theyd Grown Up Using

March 11, 2017

… all together into one word, “Jeet?” This is a much more efficient way to figure out if you’re going to grab breakfast with your friend or if you’re left to get a bagel on thego on your lonesome. 6. Schnookered Flickr / Steven Depolo Coming from the east coast, this term sounds like some creepy trapper-keeper full of hair. However, if you’re from the Midwest, “hair binder” simply means hair tie, the little elastic used to pull your hair …

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