Category: Rare Pokemon

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go is not fresh news. It has become one of the top rated and most popular games world-wide. What really is this craze and crave for Pokémon Go? The popular Nintendo-built Pokémon which exploded in fame around the late 90s, has revived the game world with its latest GO version, and is taking the […]

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Financial Domination – The Misunderstood Fetish

Financial Domination, though often misunderstood, is both a valid fetish and a very powerful form of Power Exchange. It is often practiced on the fringes of the BDSM community. To have a fetish of being financially controlled by a powerful Domme is in some ways similar to having a pantyhose or foot fetish; just that […]

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Ongoing Fight Against Bloatware

The typical consumer will get their computer from a big manufacturer. This big manufacturer makes lots of computers with the same specifications. For the typical person, this is going to satisfy basic hardware needs. However, there are unfortunate consequences to this arrangement. Bloatware is a sort of software that a manufacturer bundles in your start […]

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Individual Versus Societal Bilingualism

Bilingualism can be understood on two levels: individual and societal (or social). Discussions about individual bilingualism use the individual person as a reference point and usually focus on characteristics such as age of acquisition, level of attainment, language dominance, and ability. Often, these characteristics are largely removed from their broader social context and do not […]

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Boxing Pay-Per-View A Rip-Off

Bernard Hopkins just took a portion of the light heavyweight belt from Antonio Tarver in a one-sided beating in Atlantic City. Hopkins proves again that he is one of the better fighters in boxing history. On the same night, Miguel Cotto defeated Paul Malignaggi to keep his share of the belt in the junior welterweight […]

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Cheat For CityVille Or Quit Playing?

All through the Cityville forums people are up in arms about the recent changes that Zynga has imposed on the players by putting caps on certain values which makes the game more difficult to play. Many people are deciding to quit playing Cityville even though they were previously enjoying the social game tremendously. Some folks […]

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PS3 Gaming Is Going Social – Why Co-Op Is Set To Revolutionize the World

With the news that Sony has just launched a new social network site in Japan called the ‘Play Community’, it is the only confirmation we need that the future of gaming is social. So much so that Sony have taken it upon themselves to bypass the Japan Social network Mixi completely, with a stand-alone version […]

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Common Misconceptions About Psychotherapy

Some ideas about therapy show up so often in fiction I find myself wondering how many writers are using them deliberately and how many just don’t realize they’re inaccurate. Here are six of the most common, along with some information on more standard current practice. 1. You lie on a couch Reality: Therapy clients don’t […]

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Ancient Greece Citizens

When we use the word “citizens” we are usually referring to a group of people who live in the same city, with a common origin, language, customs and laws. According to Plato, the ideal city should have no more than 5000 inhabitants, so that they would all know each other. But in 5th century Athens, […]

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Bored With TV, Try Playing Pokemon Online

Do you get bored if all you do is watch TV or play some old video games? Well I do and maybe you can forget them as well and play something a little more exciting. Pokemon, you know, the world-wide favourite cartoon, is now playable as a great online game. Pokemon online games are really […]

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