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A bunch of burning questions finally got answered on 'American Horror Story'

"I'm Constance Langdon. And this is my fucking house."  It has been almost four years since Jessica Lange last graced the American Horror Story universe as Elsa Mars in Freak Show. Fortunately, the horrendous, Lange-less dry spell was squelched
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Is That Open Job Fillable? Answer These 4 Questions to Find Out

You have a job to fill. What do you do first? Search your talent database? Post it online? Run an ad? The answer — none of these. The first step, one that is often overlooked, is to determine if the...
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The Magic Question: How to Use 3 Powerful Words to Get Anyone Involved in Hiring to Change Their Mind

There are no silver bullets for filling a job, but there is a silver lining when someone tells you “no.” Everyone in the hiring process hires is told “no” at one point or another. Hiring managers hear candidates reject rock-
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A Few Simple Questions to Ask When Buying AI Technology

I’m sure you hear a lot about AI this, blockchain that, and automation is the future. How do you cut through all the noise and decide what is worth your time and what is hype? It can be so confusing...
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Question of polls: Do people vote against the PM, their MP or the party?

From: Buisness-standard Recommended by: business-standard Tomorrow, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi gives his annual speech from Red Fort, millions will be wondering if he will be doing it next year also. Six months ago, it seemed a
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Kris Jenner ate some truly disgusting things to dodge personal questions from James Corden

Choosing between your children is every mother’s worst nightmare.  That includes number one celebrity mum Kris Jenner, who would rather drink a — *holds back vomit* — sardine smoothie than answer which of her children she
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HQ Trivia has an Australian version now, so no more random baseball questions

Aussies will know all too well the pain of being eliminated from HQ Trivia thanks to an extremely U.S.-centric question about baseball or something. Fear no more: The popular quiz app is testing an Australian version of its show, set to launch on
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Kids asking questions about sex is the purest comedy you'll see today

Remember how awkward sex ed was? While it's definitely an integral part of a school's curriculum, I remember everyone in middle school squirming around in discomfort as words such as "penis" and "vagina" were casually spoken by our gym teacher.