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What Are Those Patches Under Chris Pratt’s Eyes?

Added: 24.04.2017 22:27 | 1 views | 0 comments

Last week, before the premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Anna Faris tapped off a series of tweets in which she and husband Chris Pratt prepared for the red carpet. It was sweet, in a stars-they’re-just-like-us sort of way. One photo, though, of Pratt shirtless, had Twitter users, ...

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Celebs' Most Revealing Minutia on Social Media: Get an Intimate Look into the Lives of Anna Faris and Other Stars

Added: 23.04.2017 23:58 | 7 views | 0 comments

Celebrity TMI? Sometimes. Other times it's so hilarious, we're like, "TMI? More like no way, give us more!" Like non-famous people, stars occasionally post minutia that...

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Chris Pratt Gushes Over "Perfect" Anna Faris, Jokes About His "Boob Sweat"

Added: 21.04.2017 22:56 | 19 views | 0 comments

Just this morning, Anna Faris revealed what she finds so sexy about her husband Chris Pratt at the unveiling of his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. So when I caught up with him after...

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Anna Faris Is Live-Tweeting Chris Pratt's Walk of Fame Day (Shirtless Photos Included!)

Added: 21.04.2017 19:10 | 5 views | 0 comments

Anna Faris is at it again. The 40-year-old Overboard actress had her 409,000 followers regularly refreshing their feeds Wednesday when she live-tweeted every moment leading up to the...

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Anna Faris Hilariously Live-Tweets Chris Pratt's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Premiere Day

Added: 20.04.2017 13:40 | 14 views | 0 comments

Anna Faris always finds a way to amuse herself. Chris Pratt has been busy promoting Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Ahead of the movie's world premiere at the at the...

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Rescuing Myanmar’s farmers from the debt trap

Added: 12.04.2017 15:51 | 12 views | 0 comments


WHEN Myo Than was a young man, his family had 12 hectares of farmland in Dala, a rural township just across the river from Yangon, Myanmar’s biggest city. His mother sold most of it after his father died. Mr Myo Than grows rice on what’s left, but water shortages mean he reaps just one harvest each year. He borrows money from the Myanmar Agricultural Development Bank (MADB)—1.5m kyats ($1,100) this year, at an annual rate of 8%—to cover planting costs. But rice is a low-return crop. To repay the bank he borrows from local moneylenders at a rate of around 4% each month. Mr Myo Than owes them $7,300. He has given his land deeds to a moneylender as security.
Mr Myo Than’s predicament is not unusual: poor crop returns and usurious loan terms have kept Myanmar’s farmers trapped in poverty and debt. Around 60% of Myanmar’s population are engaged in agriculture. Most are poor, and farm small plots of land using age-old manual techniques. Farmers scythe rice fields; water buffaloes pull wooden ploughs; hay-laden bullock-carts trundle down narrow roads.
Many farmers borrow to cover planting costs, buy equipment...

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Long ago and far away, an average galaxy: 'Typical' galaxy helps astronomers study epoch of reionization

Added: 10.04.2017 21:08 | 7 views | 0 comments

Using a giant galaxy cluster as a cosmic-scale lens, astronomers have discovered a galaxy from the early universe that they think is 'typical' of its time. This could help astronomers better understand the Epoch of Reionization when the first galaxies appeared.

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