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Representatives from social media site Facebook have announced that they are adding several new site options, which will allow users to effectively customize their gender.
Imagine a young Marlon Brando starring alongside Johnny Depp, or Audrey Hepburn playing rival to Sandra Bullock as Marilyn Monroe stops by for a catty cameo.
Guardian columnist Jane Czyzselska, writing for the newspaper's companion website, mistakenly 'outed' Shakespearean actor and 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' star Patrick Stewart as being gay.
Paul Koudounaris, who's also known by his nickname 'Indiana Bones' is an novelist, photographer and leading professional on bone-decorated sites and ossuarys. Earlier in 2013, Koudounaris released a hardback featuring hd imagery of that 400-year-old 'catacomb saints' of Rome, a bunch of corpses that was thoroughly garlanded with jewelry and finery before being presented as remnants of saints to congregations across Europe.
July 28th 1914 was a day that changed the world forever.
Last night I found myself in the grip of a nightmare. In my dream, a Woman dressed like a Victorian widow was drowning me under a sheet of thick, impenetrable ice. Before that, I'd had a series of other nightmares involving a fire, a group of shadow-like stick figures slashing me with long nails and an attack by large tanks aimed at either shooting me or squashing me, whichever came first.
Eight experimental electric buses will be operating in Milton Keynes from late January onwards. The fleet will begin operating along the busy Number 7 route, which covers the 15 miles between Wolverton and Bletchley. They are the first electric buses to operate in the UK.
A long time ago in a galaxy of gaming far, far away...There were two factions engaged in a perpetual war, a war between two groups of nerds that had waged since at least the 1970's...The two clans had very different ideas of how games ought to be played and very different cultures, sensitivities and beliefs. On one side, were the PC gamers; arrogant, elitist and prone to almosthere. Games, for them, were hi-spec, graphically rendered masterpieces, the sort of exquisite perfection that Baudelaire may have appreciated had he ever played the original Duke Nukem.