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Jacinta Tynan: How I realised nobody is immune to homelessness, not even me

She’s not the traditional face of homelessness: an educated woman, a mother (typically), who’s had a career, even owned her own home. But women (over 55) are the fastest growing sector in our homeless community, and with an estimated half a million women predicted to fall into “housing stress” in the next 20 years, the situation has become dire enough that the government is stepping in. CEOsleepout.org.au</a>” /> Play VideoDon’t Play Up Next Hi-tech luxury watch safes for timeless timepieces Play VideoDon’t Play Video duration 00:28 More Essential Male Videos…

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Nobody wants to be the last single person left in the group

I am always the last of my friends to hit milestones. I was the last to celebrate my Sweet 16. I was the last to have a serious boyfriend and the last to find my footing career-wise. (I’m not even sure I’m there yet.) Now I’m one of the last singles among my hometown and college friends. Five years ago, the first wave of couples got engaged and then married. Slowly, others trickled in with their boyfriends and girlfriends and spouses and pregnancies. Even the new friends I made entered…

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Gaming 

Nobody Knows What Happened to the Source Code for Icewind Dale 2

Over the past few years, the Canadian developer and publisher Beamdog and its subsidiary, Overhaul Games, have earned a reputation for well-received updates to beloved titles previously released by Bioware and Black Isle Studios. After a successful overhaul of MDK 2, Overhaul Games and Beamdog have released Enhanced Editions of Baldur’s Gate, Baldur’s Gate II, Icewind Dale, and Planescape: Torment, along with an all-new expansion for Baldur’s Gate, Baldur’s Gate: Siege of Dragonspear. The Enhanced Editions and new content have been generally well-received. Some have reviewed a touch more strongly…

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Sports 

Dave Allen – How a self-confessed “fat nobody” heavyweight has won over British boxing fans

“I’m just a fat nobody from Doncaster who happens to have boxed on Sky one time… and looked pretty s*** doing so!” Those were the words of now 25-year-old British heavyweight Dave ‘White Rhino’ Allen in 2016, following his massively underwhelming TV appearance against American journeyman Jason Gavern. Allen was supposed to be fighting fellow British contender Richard Towers, but due to an injury to Towers, Gavern was brought in as a late replacement. It was one of the worst bouts you’re likely to see and made Dave Allen look…

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