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The annual four-day Thingyan Water Festival — also known as the biggest water fight in the world — wrapped up in Myanmar this weekend
The festival, which marks the beginning of the Burmese New Year, is observed in the country as a public holiday. In Myanmar, it is believed that the water washes away evils and sins
There was a dark side surrounding the festival and the people trying to get there; Times of India reports that 11 people were killed, and more than 130 injured, in automobile accidents related to drug and alcohol consumption.
Despite that heavy toll, the show itself went on.
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Mashable is excited to present The D Train as the next movie in the MashFlix series, our online and offline film club. It's a dark comedy starring Jack Black as Dan Landsman, an awkward, middle-aged organizer of his high school reunion, and James Marsden as Oliver Lawless, a former classmate with whom Black tries desperately to reconnect.
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