Best New Songs Summer 2018

Best New Songs Summer 2018 Everyone who’s anyone knows you need good music to have a truly blessed Summer. And even though the season hasn’t officially started, we’ve already got more 2018 bops than we can handle. We’ve got everything: Selena Gomez’s new song from the 13 Reasons Why soundtrack? Check. Ariana Grande’s latest single, “No Tears Left to Cry”? Check. The newly reimagined Queer Eye theme song, courtesy of Betty Who? Five big rainbow checks. So, if you’re planning a beach day, a pool party, or even just a…

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Nazi flying saucer model removed from Amazon in Germany after public outcry — RT World News

A scale model of a fictional Nazi flying saucer has been removed from sale after the controversial product faced harsh criticism from German historians and child protection groups. The scale plastic model, entitled ‘Flying Saucer Haunebu II,’ has been sold on Amazon for €49.99 since May. But the model’s producer, Revell, announced on Tuesday that it has removed the model from its stock due to “criticism in recent days.”German historians were angry with the misleading description of the made-up aircraft in the manual, which presented it as a real historical…

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Call Me By Your Name’ Soundtrack

The ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Soundtrack is Being Shared at Harvest The Call Me By Your Name soundtrack is getting a limited-edition vinyl release that boasts a peach-pink color and scent. The double-LP set from Music on Vinyl is set to be issued on a colored 180-gram audiophile vinyl and shared in an aromatic package. Additionally, just 7,777 of the Limited Peach Season Edition will be produced, exclusively during peach harvest season. The special-edition set also provides two printed innersleeves, an insert and a poster from the multiple-award winning…

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Practical Folding Urbanite Bikes : Kruschhausen Cycles

The Kruschhausen Cycles ‘Fiiz’ Collapses in Just 20 Seconds The number of urban consumers who are looking towards bicycles for transportation purposes is on the rise, which is also driving up the number of brands creating products with this demographic in mind as seen with the Kruschhausen Cycles ‘Fiiz’ bike.The award-winning bike is capable of being collapsed in just 20 seconds and can be easily transported between different locations with ease. This makes it perfect for those who want to keep it in their trunk or fold I up when…

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Senate votes to reinstate ZTE ban that’s nearly shut down the company

The US Senate has voted to reinstate a ban on ZTE that prevents the Chinese telecom company from buying US components and using US software. But it’s still not clear if the reversal will make it into law: it has to clear a conference with the House, and then avoid a veto from President Trump, who advocated for cutting a deal that would lift the ban. ZTE was hit with the trade ban by the US Commerce Department in April after failing to following through with a punishment for violating…

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What Foods Have the Most Brain Vitamins for Enhanced Mental Strength

Your brain is the house your mind lives in. The brain is the most high-powered organ we have and requires the right amount and type of fuel to work properly. When we don’t give our brain the right fuel, it slows us down, dampers our focus, makes us more unhappy and unmotivated.If you want to maximize your brain power so as to increase your focus, think more clearly and live a happier and longer life, then pay attention because this article will give you the top nutrients you need to maximize…

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The Girolle | Interesting Thing of the Day

Switzerland is a country known for, among other things, cheese and engineering. These are two concepts that, while important individually, generally do not go together. (In fact, I have been wary of cheese engineering ever since I read The Absurdly Silly Encyclopedia and Fly Swatter by Jovial Bob Stine in 1978. It cautioned the young reader not to build a raft out of cheese, because cheese does not float.) Nevertheless, the great minds of Switzerland have produced a fascinating, interdependent pairing of cheese and machine, neither of which is complete…

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WSJ: Younger Generations Driving Populist Movement in Italy

The anti-establishment movement continues to gain ground in Italy, driven by younger generations frustrated with the labor market, and could be a sign of things to come in Europe, The Wall Street Journal reports.  In Italy, populist parties the Five Star Movement and the right-wing, anti-immigration League won the March 4 election – Five Star won 32 percent and the League took 17 percent – and both campaigned on promises many thought were incompatible with Europe’s budget rules, including Five Star’s flagship of universal income for the poor and the…

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