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I harbour no illusion about becoming PM candidate says Shivraj Singh Chouhan

I harbour no illusion about becoming PM candidate says Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Among $445K+ Donated to Christian Owners of Indiana Pizzeria Is $20 Gift That’s Being Called the ‘Greatest Thing I’ve Seen in Years’ | TheBlaze.com

Among $445K+ Donated to Christian Owners of Indiana Pizzeria Is $20 Gift That’s Being Called the ‘Greatest Thing I’ve Seen in Years’ | TheBlaze.com

Texas News Station Tweets Photos Of Some Big Ol' Dicks [NSFW]

Texas News Station Tweets Photos Of Some Big Ol' Dicks [NSFW]

This High School Just Created The Most Epic Lip Dub Video Ever   - Seventeen.com

This High School Just Created The Most Epic Lip Dub Video Ever

This High School Just Created The Most Epic Lip Dub Video Ever - Seventeen.com

(Mirror's Edge (2008))  This arguably risks a break in the illusion of immersion that video games ultimately strive for because the game takes on the form of a film when they play.  To the contrary, one can argue such cut scenes are, as Bolster and Grusin argue, “aggressive in its remediation…” and are “marking the presence of the older media and therefore maintaining a sense of multiplicity or hypermediacy.” (Bolster, Grusin 46).

(Mirror's Edge (2008)) This arguably risks a break in the illusion of immersion that video games ultimately strive for because the game takes on the form of a film when they play. To the contrary, one can argue such cut scenes are, as Bolster and Grusin argue, “aggressive in its remediation…” and are “marking the presence of the older media and therefore maintaining a sense of multiplicity or hypermediacy.” (Bolster, Grusin 46).

Jerry A. Coyne: All those New Year's resolutions? Whether you make them or break them is beyond your control. And if so, then what?

Column: Why you don't really have free will

Jerry A. Coyne: All those New Year's resolutions? Whether you make them or break them is beyond your control. And if so, then what?

The Eshima Ohashi bridge in Japan – the third largest of its kind in the world – spans a mile across Lake Nakaumi and rises sharply so ships can pass underneath.

Japan's Eshima Ohashi bridge could give most confident driver nightmares

The Eshima Ohashi bridge in Japan – the third largest of its kind in the world – spans a mile across Lake Nakaumi and rises sharply so ships can pass underneath.

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