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Complimentary Cocktail Pop-Ups : Cocktail Pop-Up

Bombay Sapphire’s Pop-Up Trades Compliments for Cocktails In collaboration with the Be At One bar chain, Bombay Sapphire is hosting a cocktail pop-up that encourages people to be kind to one another—and get rewarded with a drink for doing so. For a limited time, the pop-up is inviting people to “Give a compliment, get a cocktail” at a phone booth stationed on the streets of London. The blue phone box is a place to broadcast a compliment to someone else and get treated to a voucher for at one of…

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Fitness 

Robert Förstemann Squats with No Hands!

Robert Förstemann is a German track cyclist and Olympic medal winner (London 2012) with the biggest legs in cycling. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE BIKE VIDEOS! ► Click to Subscribe bit.ly/Sub2Velohack LET’S CONNECT! ►Facebook: www.facebook.com/velohacker ►Twitter: twitter.com/Velohack ►Вконтакте: vk.com/ds_bicycle ►Google+: bit.ly/VelohackG source

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Tech-Forward Vintage Tops : 80s-inspired clothing

Unified Goods & Goodhood Collaborate on Chic 80s-inspired Clothing Expected to launch on March 1st, this range of 80s-inspired clothing will definitely capture the attention of tech enthusiasts. The collection is completed in collaboration between London-based retailer Goodhood and retro-favoring brand Unified Goods. The graphic component of the design is informed by big technology players like Apple, Panasonic, Microsoft and more. The Goodhood x Unified Goods 80s-inspired clothing collab is sure to reach levels of high popularity as it taps into nostalgia and technology. For one, contemporary consumers are increasingly…

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London Zoo releases X-Ray images of their animals

We, humans, have always been fans of looking beyond what the naked eye can see. We always wanted to see more, know more, be more. Our curiosity is what helped us advance, but also what got us in trouble . Still, we can live with that. So, maybe this is why the ZSL London Zoo decided to indulge our curiosity with a selection of X-ray images taken from their animals.  “We can tell so much about an animal’s health from looking at an X-ray – from the strength of their…

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Uber Loses Its License to Operate in London

Uber had hoped that new leadership would help it turn the corner on a turbulent period. The decision by Transport for London, which is responsible for the city’s subways and buses, as well as regulating its taxicabs, illustrates the gravity and severity of the issues confronting Uber. And a ban on operating in one of its largest markets — a global city where it has 40,000 drivers and 3.5 million customers use its app at least once every three months — would hit the company’s bottom line. Transport for London…

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