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Your Rory and Lorelei obsession just became so real you can taste it. Literally. In the form of Gilmore Girls inspired ice cream.
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On Oct. 17, Brooklyn-based ice cream purveyor Ample Hills posted a call to arms on Instagram, asking for flavor suggestions based on the Gilmore Girls.
This guy isn't going anywhere.
As Hong Kong prepares for Super Typhoon Haima's arrival, the city has been experiencing severe flash floods.
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A shopping center in the city's Chai Wan district unfortunately became one of Hong Kong's most flooded areas, but one man didn't let that stop him from enjoying his coffee.
The Internet is calling him "Starbucks Uncle", and of course, we're obsessed with him.
The picture's photographer, Kristy Chan, told the BBC she was taking photos in the shopping center to show her family how bad the flooding was, when she came across the indelible man.
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A trial of self-driving buses will be taking place in Singapore, according to Mashable.
The country's Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced the forthcoming tests in a Facebook post, where they noted that the trials will begin with two hybrid electric buses that are powered with navigational technology developed by nearby Nanyang Technological University.
After a strong two years, the dollar has remained more or less flat during the last few months, with the trade-weighted dollar index hovering near a range of 93 to 98.
But now, some analysts are arguing that the greenback could have some room to go.
"the foundation for a powerful USD rally is in place.
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Everyone gets lied to now and then, but when the stakes are high, knowing the difference between a truth and a lie can save the day.
Detecting high-stakes lies is often the work of the FBI, and they frequently look to facial expressions, body language, and verbal indicators as signals, or "tells," that someone is lying.
Mark Bouton, an FBI agent for 30 years and author of "How to Spot Lies Like the FBI," tells Business Insider that he used certain tells to help identify Timothy McVeigh as a suspect in the Oklahoma City bombing.
But being able to read body language to detect lies can be beneficial even if you're not conducting criminal investigations, he says.
The physical and emotional responses of the human body operate within all of us, Bouton says, and recognizing certain responses can help infer someone's lying.
To start, he says it's important to understand how the person in question normally acts.
"It's best to observe someone for a while as you make small talk or ask innocuous questions, in order to see what his usual reactions are, including tics he may have," Bouton says.
YouTube/ABCThere's huge anticipation for Marvel's next movie, "Doctor Strange" (out November 4), but we learned Thursday night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" that you shouldn't hire the "Master of the Mystic Arts" to entertain at your kid's birthday party.
Benedict Cumberbatch reprised his role of Dr. Stephen Strange on "Kimmel" for this sketch in which the late-night host holds a party of sugar-high children and Strange finally teleports a half-hour late.