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"Sorry we thought you did meth," apologetic mom writes on cake

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Sometimes, the best way to say you're sorry is with a pound of saturated fat.

In 2012, high school student Rachel Glemis willingly took a drug test at her Alabama school. While Glemis wasn't on any drugs at the time (besides those she had been prescribed), the test concluded that she had heroin, meth, and cocaine in her system. Glemis' mom accused her of abusing drugs — before discovering that the school had made a big, bad mistake.

"When the test came back, they completely misread it, and read the indicator for a drug being negative as positive," Glemis told Mashable in an email. "So they assumed I had tested positive for everything mentioned." Read more...

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Kid Cudi releases tracklist for new album, 'Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin'

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After getting in public Twitter tiff by calling out rappers and questioning loyalties, Kid Cudi has said that he hopes his forthcoming album will speak for itself.  

Cudi tweeted the stacked tracklist on Monday afternoon, so now we finally have a rough outline of what will be said when the rapper's sixth studio album, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin' arrives.

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— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) September 26, 2016

The 18 tracks are divided up into four parts, the second with the most features. 

Fans of OutKast, who are disappointed by the lack of new music from the duo will be pleased to see that André 3000 has two features on the project. Travis Scott and Pharrell are also included, but the most surprising feature might be Willow Smith.  Read more...

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It only takes a single piece of paper for this artist to create beauty

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Whether it's Greek sculpture or Renaissance paintings, paper cutting might not be the first thing you think of when you hear the word "art."

The work of Pippa Dyrlaga, an artist from Yorkshire, UK, might just change that.

While completing her master's degree at Leeds Metropolitan University, Dyrlaga "stumbled across" paper cutting, and it has now been her passion for seven years.

"It was the first time I felt that a medium was truly right for me," she confessed on her website.

Inspired by animals, nature and her surroundings, Dyrlaga allows emotion to guide her as she carefully crafts each new work of art, permitting them all to be one-of-a-kind. Amazingly, each piece is cut by hand, and can take anywhere between one and 100 hours to create. Read more...

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"Sorry we thought you did meth," apologetic mom writes on cake

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Sometimes, the best way to say you're sorry is with a pound of saturated fat.

In 2012, high school student Rachel Glemis willingly took a drug test at her Alabama school. While Glemis wasn't on any drugs at the time (besides those she had been prescribed), the test concluded that she had heroin, meth, and cocaine in her system. Glemis' mom accused her of abusing drugs — before discovering that the school had made a big, bad mistake.

"When the test came back, they completely misread it, and read the indicator for a drug being negative as positive," Glemis told Mashable in an email. "So they assumed I had tested positive for everything mentioned." Read more...

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Kid Cudi releases tracklist for new album, 'Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin'

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After getting in public Twitter tiff by calling out rappers and questioning loyalties, Kid Cudi has said that he hopes his forthcoming album will speak for itself.  

Cudi tweeted the stacked tracklist on Monday afternoon, so now we finally have a rough outline of what will be said when the rapper's sixth studio album, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin' arrives.

😌🌹🤘🏾 pic.twitter.com/RWb81VPyd8

— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) September 26, 2016

The 18 tracks are divided up into four parts, the second with the most features. 

Fans of OutKast, who are disappointed by the lack of new music from the duo will be pleased to see that André 3000 has two features on the project. Travis Scott and Pharrell are also included, but the most surprising feature might be Willow Smith.  Read more...

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It only takes a single piece of paper for this artist to create beauty

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Whether it's Greek sculpture or Renaissance paintings, paper cutting might not be the first thing you think of when you hear the word "art."

The work of Pippa Dyrlaga, an artist from Yorkshire, UK, might just change that.

While completing her master's degree at Leeds Metropolitan University, Dyrlaga "stumbled across" paper cutting, and it has now been her passion for seven years.

"It was the first time I felt that a medium was truly right for me," she confessed on her website.

Inspired by animals, nature and her surroundings, Dyrlaga allows emotion to guide her as she carefully crafts each new work of art, permitting them all to be one-of-a-kind. Amazingly, each piece is cut by hand, and can take anywhere between one and 100 hours to create. Read more...

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DarkSky, your favorite iPhone weather app, is now a website

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DarkSky, the popular iPhone and Android weather app with dazzling graphics and hyper-specific forecasts, has made a transition onto your desktop. 

The company launched DarkSky.net earlier this month in an effort to bring its design philosophy and forecasting prowess to a broader audience. Like the app, the website features local forecasts presented in a deterministic way, meaning it will tell you when it will rain, rather than a probability of precipitation. 

DarkSky is the product of a team of six people, none of whom are meteorologists. The Boston-based company would not reveal any user figures to Mashable, but anecdotal evidence gathered through social media suggests it has a sizable, cult-like following. Read more...

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Cape appeal: the psychology of superhero fandom

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Superheroes are everywhere these days, and people couldn’t be happier about it. They’ve always been a staple of popular culture, even when they were predominantly confined to the pages of comic books. But now they’re in TV shows on almost every major network, and starring in some of the top grossing movies of all time—in 2016 alone, 5 of the top 10 grossing movies so far have been superhero-focused (Captain America: Civil War, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Deadpool, Suicide Squad, and X-Men: Apocalypse). Meanwhile, the CW continues its stronghold on the DC Universe with shows like Arrow Read more...

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Preventing measles and rubella in Namibia's remote communities

ZAMBEZI REGION, Namibia, 21 September 2016 – For the next three weeks, Jackson Muhanda, his wife Rosemary and their three infant grandchildren will camp together along the shores of Lake Liambezi in Namibia. They will be joining hundreds of other men and women who rely on this huge body of water to make a living.

Executive Board reflects on results achieved in 2016, with an eye towards Agenda 2030

NEW YORK, United States of America, 19 September 2016 – The 2016 second regular session of the UNICEF Executive Board came to a close last Friday, 16 September. Over the course of the two-and-a-half-day session, the topics discussed ranged from financial reports to updates on humanitarian action and new country and multicountry programmes.

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NEW YORK, United States of America, 16 September 2016 – The UNICEF Executive Board opened its second regular session of 2016 on Wednesday.

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DEBAGA CAMP, Kurdistan Region, Iraq, 16 September 2016 – On a late summer morning, Debaga camp is thronged with people. The camp was built to house around 5,000 individuals, but the population has grown to more than 36,000 in less than six months as displacement increases from villages and towns near the city of Mosul.

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