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  • Jewelry Store Appleton
    Jewelry Store Appleton

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  • Allah Ka Azab (Urdu)
    Allah Ka Azab (Urdu)

    Allah Ka Azab

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  • Pehli Saf Mein Namaz Padne ki Fazilat By Shaikh Ansaruddin
    Pehli Saf Mein Namaz Padne ki Fazilat By Shaikh Ansa...

    Pehli Saf Mein Namaz Padne ki Fazilat

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  • We Believe Al-Qadr By Shaykh Khan Baqavi
    We Believe Al-Qadr By Shaykh Khan Baqavi

    We Believe Al-Qadr By Shaykh Khan Baqavi

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  • The Norfolk Fens battle rages on
    The Norfolk Fens battle rages on

    Who would have thought the Norfolk fens would be so rich in controversy? We’ve never quite been able to agree on what to do with our boggy wetlands, to drain or not to drain. That’s always been the question, and from farmers, wildlife enthusiasts, tourist boards and peat-cutters, everyone seems to have an answer. You could say that fen-fighting is something of a local pass-time. In this feature, Liam Capper-Star enlisted the help of historian Todd Borlick to travel back to 1630, when the squabbles began, to figure out who called who what, and how the whole thing started anyway.

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  • OkCupid Part 3: The bitter man from the internet
    OkCupid Part 3: The bitter man from the internet

    By Danielle Hancock I’m waiting for my interview. It’s not a date, it’s not even close. No kisses or smiley faces in the messages before hand, just when we’ll meet and where. He doesn’t use OKCupid for dates, and even if he did we’re only a 67% match so I don’t think he’d choose me. He just thinks it’d be interesting to talk to a journalist. We’re meeting at the Uni, where he works, and where everything is now dark and closed and empty. He says he has keys that will get us into locked up rooms. When he arrives he looks like his picture. I must look like mine. He recognizes me, but there’s no smiling. We don’t shake hands, and we start walking straight away. When we get to an empty classroom, he arranges the seats, close enough that we can still pass the recorder to each-other, not so close that we’d touch doing it. I ask him to introduce himself. “So my classic fake name is Robert Nixon,” he says. “So Hi, I'm Robert Nixon.” Robert Nixon moved to England a while ago for university, and revived an old OKCupid account, just to meet some new people. But Robert says that in a small place like Norwich, the internet doesn’t really open up many doors - there’s still only so many people out there. He met two. Neither of the meetings lasted beyond one drink “It was the sort of thing where in five or ten minutes we sort of knew it and it was like, ‘Alright, we'll finish our drink. And that's the end.’” he said. “By the time you finish your drink you say something pleasant and not offensive.” His story probably won’t kickstart the next OK CUpid ad campaign. Since then, Robert only really talks to people online if they talk first. And even then he’s not sure if to trust what’s being said - for him, online dating does not generate an honest picture “It's like you're immediately asked all these questions about your life and you're just kind of going, You're not sure about answering them completely or honestly and then you wonder if everyone else is doing the same thing,” Robert said. “So you immediately become very suspicious of the whole site.” As our relationship expert Barbarette Mortimer says, it’s nearly impossible to re-create yourself online. “When people have described to me the kind of things they write, sometimes they say, ‘Oh, gosh. I don’t want to write it.’ The thought of writing about themselves is really quite hard,” Mortimer said. “To actually write it is quite a skill. If you’re good at it, you probably have a bit of an advantage.” It’s not just words. Even the camera can lie. “I think people, you know, hunt through every single picture of themselves and hunt for the two best or something like that,” Robert said. Or something like that. So there’s nobody out there and nothing can be trusted. At face value, Robert’s whole approach to online dating seems somewhat doomed “It's just one of those things where you immediately realize, It's not going to work out and it's not worth trying to make it work, so after a month of two it's like, there's no one new and you just kind of sit there and ignore it,” Robert said. “You check it not because you're really looking but because you're extremely bored.” . For Robert, online dating isn’t so much socialising as just another way of wasting time, surfing the net in between real life. It’s just another kind of browsing, “In that way it feels a little way like online shopping, which is not...you know, it's not nice. But you're just like, Oh, here's another one, here's another one, no, no, there's ten more if you scroll that down the screen,” Robert said. He says that after a while, as the pictures roll down the screen, people become easier to dismiss as the search for the fantasy product goes on. “It's really easy to be far more picky because you look at the thing and you're like, Oh, there's 27 people. They're just like, Eh, not perfect. Go to the next one,” Robert said. For Robert, online love just isn’t a likely option. “And the thing is, amongst my friends that told me about it, I only hear the good stories,” Robert said. “My friend said it worked. He said, Sign up, it worked for me. But then it didn't.” Our conversation draws to a close, we put the chairs back, and turn to leave, but first, we do shake hands, and smile, and even laugh a little. It may not be romance, but it’s a connection - something feels warmer between us. There’s a spark of friendliness, a small spark, but it’s there, and if we meet again I hope we talk.

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  • Dj EvoLexX - Monster Beats #26 Live @ (Radio Input)
    Dj EvoLexX - Monster Beats #26 Live @ (Radio Input)

    Dj EvoLexX - Monster Beats #26 Live @ (Radio Input)

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  • Dj EvoLexX - Monster Beats #27 Live @ (Radio Input) (14.05.2
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    Dj EvoLexX - Monster Beats #27 Live @ (Radio Input) (14.05.2

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  • DJ Trefour - THE BOMB # 14
    DJ Trefour - THE BOMB # 14

    DJ Trefour - THE BOMB # 14

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  • DeeJay Dan - This Is MELODIC DUBSTEP 8 [2015]
    DeeJay Dan - This Is MELODIC DUBSTEP 8 [2015]

    DeeJay Dan - This Is MELODIC DUBSTEP 8 [2015]

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