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'I Hate It With Every Bone In My Body': People Are Calling Out The Overrated Things They're Tired Of Being Told Are Amazing - huffpost.com - Britain

'I Hate It With Every Bone In My Body': People Are Calling Out The Overrated Things They're Tired Of Being Told Are Amazing

It’s safe to say there are plenty of things that don’t live up to the hype, no matter how much people try to convince you otherwise. Recently, redditor u/ancientinfamy asked the r/AskReddit community to share the things they’re sick of people trying to convince them are great. Here are a few of their controversial takes.

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Benjamin Netanyahu - Bill - Landon Mion - Israel's Supreme Court rules ultra-Orthodox men must serve in military in unanimous decision - foxnews.com - Israel - Britain

Israel's Supreme Court rules ultra-Orthodox men must serve in military in unanimous decision

Israel's Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a unanimous decision that ultra-Orthodox men must be drafted for military service.

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Age and the Image of Capacity - nytimes.com - Britain - France - Italy - state Delaware

Age and the Image of Capacity

“Watch me,” President Biden likes to say when he’s asked — he’s asked a lot, these days — whether he is too old to serve a second term. He is getting his wish.

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Justice Department - ALANNA DURKIN RICHER - ERIC TUCKER - Julian Assange - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will plead guilty in deal with US and be freed from prison - apnews.com - Usa - Washington - Britain - Australia

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will plead guilty in deal with US and be freed from prison

WASHINGTON (AP) — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will plead guilty to a felony charge in a deal with the U.S. Justice Department that will allow him to walk free and resolve a long-running legal saga that spanned multiple continents and centered on the publication of a trove of classified documents.

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Elyse Wanshel - Margot Robbie - Margot Robbie’s Husband Reveals The 1 Thing They Constantly Fight About - huffpost.com - Britain - state Indiana - Belgium - Australia - county Bay

Margot Robbie’s Husband Reveals The 1 Thing They Constantly Fight About

Despite the underlying message in “Barbie” that women should focus more on self-actualization than a romantic relationship, it seems that actor Margot Robbie has found her real-life Ken.

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Charles Iii III (Iii) - Royal Family - Buckingham Palace - Princess Anne Sustains Minor Injuries In 'Incident,' Buckingham Palace Says - huffpost.com - Britain - Japan - county Bristol

Princess Anne Sustains Minor Injuries In 'Incident,' Buckingham Palace Says

LONDON (AP) — Princess Anne sustained minor injuries and a concussion following an incident on an estate in southwest England, the Buckingham Palace said Monday.

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Carrie Johnson - Julian Assange - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange strikes plea deal with the U.S. - npr.org - Usa - Iraq - Afghanistan - Britain - state Virginia - Australia - county Pacific

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange strikes plea deal with the U.S.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has entered into a plea deal with the U.S. government, bringing an end to a years-long international saga over his handling of national security secrets.

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Hillary Clinton - Glenn Thrush - Julian Assange - Assange Agrees to Plead Guilty in Exchange for Release, Ending Standoff With U.S. - nytimes.com - Usa - Iraq - Afghanistan - Britain - Australia

Assange Agrees to Plead Guilty in Exchange for Release, Ending Standoff With U.S.

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, agreed to plead guilty on Monday to a single felony count of illegally disseminating national security material in exchange for his release from a British prison, ending his long and bitter standoff with the United States.

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