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June 07, 2013
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9 Superhuman Strength Secrets Learn all about plyometrics, and discover the best exercises for getting stronger (via Quick & Dirty Tips).
Meet project PRISM Get the background on the NSA's large-scale secret surveillance program that's been stirring public controversy (via APM)
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Keith & The Girl Comedy Podcast veterans Keith and Chemda talk to comedians about current events, pop culture, and even intimate details of their lives.
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