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Top 10 Countries That Censor The Internet

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has registered that in several countries in Asia and the Middle East, information is submitted to censorship by their governments. In some cases, the dictatorships or totalitarian regimes restrict the access to this media and impose prison penalties for uploading any “misleading” information to personal webpages. Here is a list of the 10 top countries where blogging activity is considered risky and in which you can get in serious trouble for doing so.

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The 15 Hottest Actresses You Will Never See Naked on Film

These are the 15 hottest well-known actresses who either have "No Nudity" clauses in their contracts or have publicly stated that they will never do a nude scene. They're sexy, beautiful, occasionally talented, and totally aren't going to show you their boobs on purpose. Yes, we live in a world where not only will you never see Jessica Alba's full bare breasts in moving, high-definition, but where Kathy Bates has been fully naked on film more times than all of these women put together. This is the most painful list you will ever read and I apologize ahead of time. So get a box of tissues and get ready to read this devastating list. The tissues are for the tears, by the way.

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5 Celebrities that are Inexplicably Famous

This is an entertainment site, but here at Unreality we are friends and link partners with quite a few gossip blogs. As they populate my bookmarks, I visit them on occasion, and I keep seeing the same people over and over again, and I don’t understand why. It’s class of people who it seems are famous ONLY for appearing on gossip blogs, and as an avid movie and television watcher, I’m shocked I don’t understand why many of them are famous. I’m not saying I don’t know who they are, I just don’t have any idea how they got to be celebrities.

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7 Cocky Douches That Guys Love to Hate

Guys love to hate celebrities for one stupid reason or another. Sometimes it’s because our wives or girlfriends have a crush on them or sometimes it’s because they’re overrated, untalented nobodies who people obsesses over for no reason. Either way, we can all agree that cocky douchebags are the worst celebrities of them all, well, other than the non-celebrity celebrities (I’m talking to you, Jersey Shore). Here’s a list of the cocky douches that we love to hate.

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Sleeping Giants: 12 Sky-High Abandoned Buildings

Bangkok’s skeletal ghosts of prosperity past aren’t the only super-tall structures left vacant for decades on end to deteriorate until they’re either heroically saved or razed to the ground. These 12 abandonments are among the tallest in the world and many bear historical significance for their respective cities, from San Francisco to Rio de Janeiro. Some are incomplete, others are in bankruptcy-induced limbo and a lucky few will soon get a new lease on life, but all of these dormant developments currently stand silent, empty and dripping with decay.

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10 Unbelievable SMS Texting Stories

A British doctor volunteering in DR Congo used text message instructions from a colleague to perform a life-saving amputation on a boy. Vascular surgeon David Nott helped the 16-year-old while working 24-hour shifts with medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Rutshuru. The boy's left arm had been ripped off and was badly infected and gangrenous. Mr Nott, 52, from London, had never performed the operation but followed instructions from a colleague who had. Mr Nott knew he needed to perform a forequarter amputation, requiring removal of the collar bone and shoulder blade. He contacted Professor Meirion Thomas, from London's Royal Marsden Hospital, who had performed the operation before. He texted him and he texted back step by step instructions on how to do it. The operation is only performed about 10 times a year in the UK, usually on cancer patients, and requires the back-up of an intensive-care unit. Patients usually lose a lot of blood during the procedure. Mr Nott had just one pint of blood and an elementary operating theatre, but the operation was a success and the teenager made a full recovery.

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25 Italian Restaurant Words You Need to Know

Start your meal off with some antipasti, followed by linguini vongole and end it with a delicious zabaglione. No idea what these are? Learn the language of the Italian menu.

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7 Things Digg.com Drove Into the Ground

Digg, as we knew it, is dead. To make matters worse, Digg v4 is in complete chaos. Angry “power users” who were stripped of their adjective are attempting to fight back by rallying people to “Digg” articles from rival sites. At one point today, 12 of the 16 links on Digg’s front page were pointing to Reddit.com or related stories. The inmates are running the asylum (dot com). As what’s left of the Digg community struggles in vain to find funny pictures of cats and articles from Gawker.com, fear and panic are sure to set in. During this period of turmoil, many will long for a simpler time. But their nostalgia for “Old Digg” will be misplaced. While New Digg may or may not prove worthless, Old Digg had to die. The site had too much power, and was responsible for taking some of the greatest topics on the Internet and running them straight into the ground. Here are seven examples.

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7 Important Things To Know When Buying An LCD Monitor

Are you tired of your old computer monitor and in dire need of a new one? Maybe you should make yourself familiar with LCD computer monitors. LCD stands for liquid crystal display and are also known as flatscreens. LCDs have been used for a while, for example in digital clocks and laptops. In recent years they have become a standard for desktop monitors. During the same time, LCDs have also conquered the TV market. Flatscreen monitors are much thinner and lighter than CRT (cathode ray tube) monitors. They also require less energy, emit no electromagnetic radiation, and the technology enables clearer images, higher resolutions, and a flicker-free display, which is easier on the eyes. These are only a few key arguments to finally replace the old CRT monitor. This article explains the various features of monitors in general and flatscreens in specific. It will help you understand what you should watch out for when buying a new LCD computer monitor.

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5 Videos That Keep My Away From Religion

Here are 5 videos showing you the dark side of religion. 5 videos to show you how individuals can misconsture religion to fit their twisted and limited view of the world. Hopefull one day we can rise above all this intolerance and begin to accept and love one another….wouldn’t that be a better use of our time, then to hate?

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