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Charlie Brooker: Expect the most varied series of Black Mirror yet

Charlie Brooker: Expect the most varied series of Black Mirror yet

Entertainment
Black Mirror started its life as a three-part series on Channel 4, and by the time its second season hit screens it had attracted a cult following in the UK.Its one-off episodes provided a unique formula of real-life dilemmas and emotions brought on by the abuse of powerful technology that left audiences questioning their moral standpoints. In 2015, after two series and one feature-length episode on Channel 4, Netflix commissioned 12 new episodes, allowing it to go big budget with epic short films and massive global audiences to match.Some viewers worried about its new American influence, but the online giant's first season last year provided the same level of sinister, just with a bit more production and polish. Ahead of Black Mirror's second Netflix series, we sat down with show creators...
Servers Around the World Share the Most Annoying Things Americans Do in Restaurants

Servers Around the World Share the Most Annoying Things Americans Do in Restaurants

Health
Apparently asking for “extra protein” with pasta is an irritating thing to do.   The trope of the sneaker-wearing, fanny pack-toting American tourist is a tired one. What sets American travelers apart has more to do with how they carry themselves than with the selfie sticks they carry. We spoke with a handful of servers from around the world to learn more about our most annoying behaviors in bars, restaurants and cafés.1. Eating at 6:00 p.m.“Americans come in to eat dinner at 5:30 p.m. or 6:00 p.m., when people are still basically eating lunch,” a Rome waiter told me. “We jokingly say, ‘Mi fa salire il fascismo.’” (Loose translation: “They are driving me to fascism.”)2. Demanding extra protein.The same Rome waiter told me his biggest pet peeve is when Americ
Next stop indecent exposure: Cardi B rocks most shocktastic outfit of the year

Next stop indecent exposure: Cardi B rocks most shocktastic outfit of the year

Entertainment
STARTRAKPHOTOBUXOM: Cardi B made sure her assets took centre stageThe rapper, who has picked up two 2018 Grammy nominations for her track Bodak Yellow, turns more than a few heads as she arrived at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.Keen to dominate the headlines, Cardi B slipped into a standout silver number with ripped fishnet tights.Looking like she had just stepped out of a a spaceship, the futuristic outfit left almost nothing to the imagination.Letting her enhanced assets do the talking, Cardi B ditched her bra to flaunt her killer cleavage.The biggest boobs in showbiz We take a look at the most impressive cleavage in showbiz STARTRAKPHOTOCHEEKY: Cardi B vamped up her image on the red carpet Pushing up her boobs as much as possible the star oozed sex appeal ...
Here Is Every Starbucks Holiday Beverage, Ranked from Least to Most Calories

Here Is Every Starbucks Holiday Beverage, Ranked from Least to Most Calories

Health
This article originally appeared on People.com.With the holiday season upon us and chilly weather in full force, the craving for a warm, creamy beverage from Starbucks is bound to kick in at some point. But if you're concerned about your waistline, use this handy guide to see what your smartest choices are. (Note: each calorie count is for a 16 oz. grande size made with 2 percent milk and whipped cream (if applicable).)Let's block ads! (Why?) Food - Health.com
Google's most searched terms of 2017 revealed

Google's most searched terms of 2017 revealed

Technology
Google remains the most used search engine on the web and its annual list of the most popular searches always offers an excellent glimpse into the zeitgeist.The company's trends data reveals that people asked "how" more than any other question.As the political and natural environment erupted in turmoil this year, Google users asked: How do wildfires start? How to calm a dog during a storm? How to make a protest sign?Alongside its video of the year's trends, Google said: "These questions show our shared desire to understand our experiences, to come to each other's aid, and, ultimately, to move our world forward."Interestingly, differences between the UK and US show peculiar differences in focus.Despite North Korea's threat to attack the US mainland with a nuclear-tipped intercontinental bal...