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  • Why colleges tolerate fraternities
    Why colleges tolerate fraternities Frats are... fratty. Why do colleges keep them around?

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    In this episode of Overrated, Vox’s Phil Edwards explores the history of frats.

    The history of fraternities has a lot of ups and downs — and stretches all the way back to America’s founding fathers. Beyond the hazing and beer chugging, there’s a story that includes changes in higher education and even national politics.

    So why do colleges keep fraternities on campus? The reason is a web of incentives that make fraternities allies to administrators — despite the negatives they sometimes present.

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  • Ex-Drug Cop Explains What Going Undercover is Like
    Ex-Drug Cop Explains What Going Undercover is Like Ever wondered what really underpins international drug policy? Or how you get out the way of a samurai sword being wielded by a drug dealer? Whistleblowing ex-undercover drugs cop and chairman of LEAP UK, Neil Woods, opens up to VICE about the ins and outs of the profession.

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  • The Hardcore World of Deathmatch Wrestling
    The Hardcore World of Deathmatch Wrestling In the world of wrestling, there’s nothing more brutal than a deathmatch: a fight where anything goes, and using weapons and spilling blood is the name of the game. New York wrestler Casanova Valentine runs a particularly hardcore circuit at the Tender Trap in Brooklyn, a bar where he and his opponents go at each other with barbed wire, fluorescent light tubes, thumbtacks, and garden tools, until there’s only one man left standing.

    Valentine sees the violent face-offs as performance art: He’s able to get in character, and share what makes him happiest with a roomful of folks who flock to his deathmatches for the bands he books and the paintings he makes as much as they do his fights. We met up with Valentine to find out what goes into putting on one of the wild events, and got a chance to see him duke it out with another brawler until they’d covered the place in blood and broken glass.

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  • Why every social media site is a dumpster fire
    Why every social media site is a dumpster fire Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube exploit our tribalism to keep us watching ads. That makes them a perfect target for trolls, conspiracy theorists, and con artists.

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    Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram are built to cater to the base preferences and desires of their users -- figuring out what information people enjoy with and then showing them more of it. That’s a great way to keep people online, but it also makes these platforms prime target for con artists. People are naturally drawn to inflammatory and sensational news stories, regardless of whether or not they're true. So bad actors -- conspiracy theorists, trolls, and fake news writers -- have been tremendously successful in using these platforms to spread false and divisive content that exploit people’s tribal instincts.

    In 2016, it was Macedonian teens making thousands of dollars publishing inflammatory fake stories about Hillary Clinton. After the Parkland shooting, it was random YouTubers going viral by accusing students of being crisis actors. Even the Russian trolls who meddled in the presidential election did so by posting low-quality, highly emotional content to social media -- content they knew would go viral.

    The problem with these social media sites isn’t that a few bad apples are ruining the fun. It’s that they’re designed to reward bad apples. And as long as con artists can use these platforms to prey on people’s most base desires, social media sites will continue reflecting the worst of human nature back at us.

    Read more of Jay Van Bevel’s work here: https://www.nyu.edu/about/news-publications/news/2018/june/jay-van-bavel-on-fake-news.html

    On Strikethrough, Vox producer Carlos Maza explores the challenges facing the news media in the age of Trump. Follow Carlos on Facebook for more: https://www.facebook.com/CarlosMazaVox

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  • Kavanaugh's sexual assault denial follows a familiar pattern
    Kavanaugh's sexual assault denial follows a familiar pattern Brett Kavanaugh is using a familiar playbook.

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    Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has followed a familiar playbook as he becomes the latest man in Washington to be accused of sexual misconduct.

    Even back in the 1990s when then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas faced misconduct allegations during his confirmation hearings, he followed the same steps Bill Clinton, Roy Moore and Donald Trump would eventually follow.  

    And it starts with deny, deny, deny.

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  • London’s Knife Crime Emergency: ON A KNIFE EDGE (Full Length Documentary)
    London’s Knife Crime Emergency: ON A KNIFE EDGE (Full Length Documentary) In the wake of multiple knife-related murders in the UK's capital, activist and ex-gang member Josh Osbourne takes an in-depth look at the "code of silence". This is an entrenched mindset that regularly stops young people from going to the authorities, in fear of being labelled a "snitch".

    Britain's most senior police officer attributes the recent spate of murders to austerity, drug markets, police cuts and social media, yet despite a controversial crack-down targeting drill music videos, the number of deaths keep rising.

    Josh follows the grieving families struggling to find justice and answers in their own communities. He speaks to an active gang member about how reputation is a fiercely protected social capital and shame can be a gateway to violence. He learns that surviving a knife attack is no longer seen as a close call, but a badge of honour, and how the consequences of knife crime stretch beyond simply life and death. The film explores how the internet has profoundly altered the way conflicts are instigated and unravel on London's streets, and how the communities affected are reacting to this.

    As London remains in the throes of a knife crime epidemic, VICE takes a look at one of the most important domestic issues of our time.

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  • How to Smoke Weed Out of an Oil Lantern
    How to Smoke Weed Out of an Oil Lantern If you ever find yourself on a camping trip strapped for something to smoke out of, fear not—with a little work, you can turn your trusty oil lantern into a DIY pipe. Just seal it up with duct tape to make it airtight, fit a ratchet socket bowl into the bottom of the thing, pack it with weed, and—voila—you’re ready to get high. VICE’s Trey Smith will show you how it’s done.

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  • How "Instagram traps" are changing art museums
    How "Instagram traps" are changing art museums Instagram is reshaping museums. What does that mean for art?

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    There’s a new kind of art installation popping up in cities across the world. It isn’t designed to showcase classical paintings, or to house impressive historical artifacts — it’s designed to be photographed for Instagram. These might not feel like real museums, but they’re a reflection of a real change happening in the museum world right now.

    Museums — both new pop-ups and traditional institutions — are capitalizing on smartphone culture by creating spaces whose main appeal is being a backdrop for a great selfie. As more kinds of retail experiences move online, spaces like this — where digital reproducibility through social media is an active part of the design — are only going to get more common.

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  • The Graffiti Godfathers of Miami
    The Graffiti Godfathers of Miami VICE meets members of the Miami Style Gods (MSG), a graffiti crew based in Miami, and follows them on a night of “bombing” — leaving their tags on highway signs, walls, garage doors, bridges, and more.

    Crews like MSG are prolific, and go out of their way to tag as many locations, as many times as possible, no matter what the cost. But with the rise of social media and the gentrification of now art districts like Wynwood, where graffiti is essentially permitted, we are now seeing corporate appropriation of this underground subculture that corporate America once looked down upon that is now changing the graffiti world for good or bad.

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  • Don't blame scooters. Blame the streets.
    Don't blame scooters. Blame the streets. The sidewalks were never meant for this.

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    We teamed up with the University of California to explain one of the hottest trends of 2018: dockless electric scooters.

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    You can also read University of California's write-up on the video above here: https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/the-battle-over-scooters

    They’re one of many ‘micro-mobility’ innovations rocketing through the transportation sector.

    Even in cities with exceptional public transportation coverage, gaps persist. This is a decades old problem, often referred to as ‘the last mile/first mile.’ Cities traditionally address the last mile problem by expanding bus routes. But as cities continue to populate while transportation dept budgets dwindle, the patience of commuters is running dry. So scooters, electric skateboards, and pedal assist bikes have become an increasingly popular option for city residents.

    These innovations, while quite popular, also draw the ire of the oft-beleaguered sidewalk pedestrian. The past century of development prioritized car transportation, often at the expense of wide sidewalks that were once bustling with life. So the planners of today are taking a page out of history to prepare for a brave new world of alternative transportation.

    If you’d like to learn more about the deal with scooters in your city, I recommend following Curbed. You should start with this write-up by Alissa Walker: https://www.curbed.com/word-on-the-street/2018/7/13/17246060/scooters-uber-lyft-bird-lime-streets

    Here’s a closer look at the survey data on the popularity of scooters: https://www.populus.ai/micro-mobility-2018-july

    Here’s Sarah Kaufman on the push to regulate scooters in cities: https://wagner.nyu.edu/rudincenter/2018/06/racing-regulate-scooters-us-cities

    Here’s a NACTO write-up on what future complete streets could look like.
    https://nacto.org/publication/bau/automated-vehicles-future-city-streets/

    And, just for fun, here’s that Library of Congress footage of San Francisco’s Market Street: https://www.loc.gov/item/00694408/

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  • Why the Ouija board became so famous
    Why the Ouija board became so famous This is where Ouija boards came from. And it might surprise you.

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    In this episode of Overrated, Vox’s Phil Edwards explores what Ouija means, from a historical and cultural perspective.

    The Ouija game and Ouija movies permeate our culture. But their origin might be surprising. Before this board game was a staple, it emerged from the spiritualist movement in the United States in the mid-1800s and an aggressive entrepreneur who believed he could make a buck off of it.

    Ouija’s overrated — it’s not real and it’s just a piece of cardboard. But it's also a way for people from the past to speak to us (through history, at least).

    Overrated is a series that takes a look at the things we all know — the books, the trends, and the ideas that have become iconic — and answers the question: “Why is this so famous"?

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  • The Dangers of Being a Cocaine Dealer
    The Dangers of Being a Cocaine Dealer Cocaine usage is at a all time high in the UK. VICE speaks to a dealer about the dangers of his job, aiding addicts and why there are so many young dealers on the streets. As featured in the new 3-part Channel 5 series "Britain's Cocaine Epidemic".

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  • What It’s Really Like to Be a Sex Worker
    What It’s Really Like to Be a Sex Worker Photographer Lindsay Irene shoots with a variety of sex workers in their homes in hopes of increasing the understanding of who they are as people.​

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  • Inside Miami’s Luxury Car Hustle: Fake it ‘Til You Make It
    Inside Miami’s Luxury Car Hustle: Fake it ‘Til You Make It “The car business in general is a tough business. The car rental business, even more so. Anybody who finds out they can make money and drive a Ferrari, I mean, they’re diving in head first,” says Matt Cruz, owner of MVP Exotic Rentals, a legitimate luxury car rental business based in Miami.

    But when everybody wants to be a celebrity, how to you tell the difference between faking it and making it? The game is finesse, and with the allure of getting behind the wheel of the world’s most expensive cars, who wouldn’t want to play?

    In a world where likes and fame can be bought and the filtered facade of Instagram reigns supreme, VICE meets some of the legit — and the not-so-legit — players that cater luxury car rentals to the biggest rappers, athletes, and celebrities of the moment.

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  • Poland is pushing the EU into crisis
    Poland is pushing the EU into crisis Poland’s far-right party is subverting democracy, and setting the country on a collision course with the EU.

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    Poland is changing. In 2015, the far-right Law and Justice party, or PiS, won both the presidential election and a slim parliamentary majority. Since then, they’ve been working to cement their power by firing judges, purging the military and civil service, and cracking down on protesters and the media. All of this has put the country on a collision course with the European Union that could threaten Europe’s hard-won peace and prosperity following centuries of conflict.

    To truly understand the international conflicts and trends shaping our world you need a big-picture view. Video journalists Sam Ellis and Liz Scheltens use maps to tell the story and chart their effects on foreign policy.

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  • How to Hotbox A Tent With An Air Mattress Pump
    How to Hotbox A Tent With An Air Mattress Pump Next time you’re looking to get extremely stoned on a camping trip or at a music festival, you might want to consider hotboxing your tent—a method that's as simple as it is innovative. Once you've inflated your air mattress, take the pump and rig it up to a plastic container using a few household tools and a bit of duct tape. Once your makeshift bowl is complete, load it up with weed and light it with a blowtorch. VICE's Trey Smith will show you how.

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  • Why we say “OK”
    Why we say “OK” How a cheesy joke from the 1830s became the most widely spoken word in the world.

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    OK is thought to be the most widely recognized word on the planet. We use it to communicate with each other, as well as our technology. But it actually started out as a language fad in the 1830’s of abbreviating words incorrectly.

    Young intellectuals in Boston came up with several of these abbreviations, including “KC” for “knuff ced,” “OW” for “oll wright,” and KY for “know yuse.” But thanks to its appearance in Martin Van Buren’s 1840 presidential re-election campaign as the incumbents new nickname, Old Kinderhook, OK outlived its abbreviated comrades.

    Later, widespread use by early telegraph operators caused OK to go mainstream, and its original purpose as a neutral affirmative is still how we use it today.

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  • The Man Behind Sydney’s Deadliest Pub Crawl
    The Man Behind Sydney’s Deadliest Pub Crawl For almost 30 years notorious gangster Graham 'Abo' Henry and his partner Neddy Smith ruled the mean streets of Sydney, Australia's crime capital, with iron fists. They went head-to-head with other gangs, crooked cops, unsuspecting civilians, and finally each other, all with the endorsement of Australia’s most infamous bent cop, Roger Rogerson.

    With violence, bloodshed and fear as his tools of trade, Abo Henry carved a swathe through the criminal underworld, raking in millions, and living by his own code of honor; one of looking after your mates, and never, ever rolling on them. His criminal career came to an end on what is known as Sydney’s deadliest pub crawl, which culminated in Henry stabbing police prosecutor Mal Spence in the stomach and the neck.

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  • The Cockroach Connoisseur Who Acted in “The Human Centipede”
    The Cockroach Connoisseur Who Acted in “The Human Centipede” After acting as the back end of the Human Centipede in the movie Human Centipede, Em decided to be a vlogger specializing in all many of exotic animals with a particular fondness for that most maligned of creatures, the cockroach. What does she love about them and why do weird people on the internet fantasize about her giant snail?

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  • Getting Paid to Pretend to be a Pet
    Getting Paid to Pretend to be a Pet Krõõt Jurak and Alex Bailey are on a mission to introduce the animal world to performance art. The pair stages unique shows across Europe for any pet owner who's willing to have them, where they roll along the floor, wiggle their limbs, and get to know dozens of cats and dogs in the process.

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  • Saving Lives with Snake Venom
    Saving Lives with Snake Venom Every year hundreds of thousands of people are dying from snakebites and there’s a global shortage of the one thing that could save them - anti-venom. While a single snakebite can turn most people into a corpse in less than 30 minutes, Steve Ludwin can survive due to 30 years of injecting snake venom. His blood now, partly immune to venom, could be used to solve this crisis.

    For close to 100 years, anti-venom production has been a laborious process of snake-milking and horse blood harvesting, but scientists in Copenhagen are now using Steve’s blood to create a synthetic anti-venom. No longer containing horse antibodies which can cause the loss of limbs, this human anti-venom could be mass-produced and distributed around the world.

    In this episode Steve travels to Costa Rica to encounter the dangerous snakes that make every day dangerous for the locals, experiences first hand how anti-venom is currently produced and visits a hospital to discover how bites are treated. With research into his blood progressing at an exciting pace, will Steve be the anti-venom messiah?

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    Allbirds says Steve Madden copied their sneakers. Gucci says Forever 21 ripped off their green-red-green stripes. Adidas says Zara knocked off their Yeezys.

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    When Janette Sadik-Khan was hired as chief transportation official for New York City in 2007, she took a page out of Denmark’s playbook and created America’s first parking-protected bike lane, right in the middle of downtown Manhattan.

    A parking protected bike lane created a buffer between the traffic of cars, trucks and buses and cyclists. But it also eliminated parking spots.

    The protected lanes didn't just make the streets safer for those on bikes; they also improved traffic flow for vehicles and spurred increased retail sales for businesses nearby.

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    At first glance, US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin seem to have wildly different communication styles. But what they share is a tendency to repeat big, obvious lies -- a tactic researchers have dubbed the “firehose of falsehood.” Whether it’s lying about Russian troops in Crimea or falsely claiming millions of people voted illegally during the 2016 election, both leaders demonstrate a kind of shamelessness when it comes to telling and retelling big lies. And that’s because firehosing isn’t actually about persuasion. It’s about power.

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    This West Texas tradition takes place within the world’s largest “Rattlesnake Roundup” where hunters bring over 24 thousand pounds of rattlesnake to the small town of Sweetwater before putting them on display in killing pits as they prepare to be milked, skinned and eaten.

    Before the big day, Steve joins hunter Eddie Gomez as he leads a team into the desert to gas snake holes, revealing the rattlesnakes which will be brought back to the arena for their untimely death. With this complete, Steve attends the beauty pageant to bear witness to this bizarre contest.

    While Steve struggles to witness violence against his serpent brothers and sisters, the event’s organisers claim that the roundup helps to cull the dangerous snake population, protecting children from bites and raising money to fund their community work throughout the year. Steve finds solace in talking to undercover animal rights activist Todd Autry. Todd explains how he has learnt the best methods to protest the event, and how those methods have changed since his fellow protestor Danny Mendez was arrested at the event.

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    Imran Khan was sworn in as Pakistan’s new prime minister on August 18, but he is no ordinary politician. Before rising to power, he was a dashing cricket superstar. He lead the Pakistani cricket team to victory in the 1992 World Cup against England and became a global celebrity. He settled in England, where his popularity grew and where he was known as a bachelor.

    He eventually resettled in Pakistan, where he shed his lady’s-man image and established the political career that lead him to become the head of Pakistan’s government. His strong anti-corruption message and opposition to the political dynasties that have ruled Pakistan for decades helped him ascend to power. But many have accused him of also getting help from Pakistan’s most powerful authority: the military. As Khan starts his tenure, we explore his rise to power and how Pakistan’s political climate might affect his term as prime minister.

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    Not everyone will readily admit to peeing in swimming pools, but it does happen. An anonymous survey from 2012 found that 19 percent of adults admitted they had peed in a pool at least once.

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    We live in an America where television programs, commercials, and movies are trying to represent a browner country; where Despacito, a Spanish-language song, tops the Billboard charts and where NFL players kneel during the national anthem to protest police brutality. We live in an America where politicians on the right and left appeal to voters, with explicit references to race.

    And researchers are now able to pinpoint how these indirect and direct are shifting political ideology.

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    Michael Cohen, former personal lawyer and fixer for Donald Trump, has admitted that he violated campaign finance laws when he paid $130,000 to adult film actress Stormy Daniel in the weeks before the 2016 elections.

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    When you look at a pinball machine, you might think it's nothing more than a bunch of flashing lights. Many people think the game is random, but it’s actually carefully laid out in groups of targets that correlate to specific objectives, called modes.

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    The Awakening of South Korea’s Adult Store Industry Sex toy stores are opening up all over South Korea and customers have been flocking to them. In the past, the few adult stores that existed were hidden behind tinted glass and filled with dirty or outdated toys. Now times are changing and sex is becoming more visible to the mainstream.

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    Aretha Franklin will always be the Queen of Soul. In the 1960s songs like “Respect” became the symbol for political and social change. It’s likely the reason her music moved so many people wasn’t necessarily the lyrics, but the way she delivered them.

    Aretha was raised in the church, and her life and music was rooted in gospel music. You can hear this so clearly in her live performances and covers, where every musical decision she made was in the moment.

    Listen to any one of Aretha’s songs and you’ll understand the power of gospel music, but her live performance of “Dr. Feelgood” and her cover of “Son of a preacher man” are a great place to start.

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    This Alien Channeler Says He Speaks to Extraterrestrials Are the human race headed for apocalypse? Will Brexit be good for the UK? What do aliens think of VICE? And how soon until we get to get down with aliens in bed? In this rare opportunity, VICE asks an extraterrestrial race (through a man channeling them) all of earth's burning questions.

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    Northern Ireland is part of the UK, but because of a special power-sharing agreement, it has an open border with Republic of Ireland. This was designed as a compromise that ended 30 years of conflict and violence in Northern Ireland between Nationalist and Unionist paramilitaries.

    Today, Brexit means that the UK needs to close its borders and the issue of the Irish border is one of the hardest things to negotiate with the EU. Closing this border could undermine the compromise that kept the peace for 20 years.


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    The impromptu act of charity inspired him to start Hav A Sole—a nonprofit that’s given more than 12,000 pairs of new and gently-used sneakers to homeless individuals and at-risk youth across the country.

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    How ID laws can put trans people in danger There's a trans murder crisis across the country.

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    Check out ProPublica’s feature piece on this here: https://www.propublica.org/article/deadnamed-transgender-black-women-murders-jacksonville-police-investigation

    Trans women are dying at alarming rates. And burdensome ID laws - that make it complicated to get a gender marker change - aren’t helping. In fact, these obstacles can put women at risk in life — and delay justice in death. Watch the video above to meet two women who are working on getting their gender marker changes to reflect their identity, and to see how something as simple as a driver’s license can change a life.

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    Chill Out with Watermelon-Lemon Kush Pops That Get You High On a hot summer day, there’s nothing better than a refreshing frozen treat to cool you down—and get you high. It turns out that making a THC-infused frozen fruit pop from scratch is pretty easy, and VICE’s Darlene Demorizi is here to show you how.

    Using a handful of simple ingredients—watermelon, milk and cream, lemon juice, and an eighth of weed—she'll walk you through how to make a watermelon lemon kush pop, an ice pop as delicious as it is dank.

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    Inside Hong Kong’s cage homes When houses are the size of parking spaces.
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    Hong Kong is the most expensive housing market in the world. It has been ranked as the least affordable housing market on Earth for eight years in a row, and the price per square foot seems to be only going up. The inflated prices are forcing Hongkongers to squeeze into unconventionally small spaces that can affect their quality of life.

    Tens of thousands of Hongkongers are living in spaces that range from 75 to 140 square feet. To put that in perspective, the average parking space in the US is about 150 square feet. And in the most extreme cases, Hongkongers have resorted to homes the size of a coffin.

    I spent some time exploring the living situation in Hong Kong to find out why housing has become so expensive and spaces so tight.

    To understand how Hong Kong’s housing market turned out this way and see how it’s affecting people’s lives, watch the final episode of Borders Hong Kong.

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  • What Happened to the Rajneesh After 'Wild Wild Country'?
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  • Why is California always on fire?
    Why is California always on fire? Humans are making the problem worse. Can we get out of nature’s way, for our own good?

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    Wildfires are intensifying in California — but “wild”fires might be a misnomer at this point, because humans are responsible for why they’ve gotten so out of control. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that 84 percent of fires are started by humans. The Carr fire in northern California, for example, was sparked by the rim of car with a flat tire.

    If you look at where California’s population is growing and getting denser, you’ll see that more and more people are building in areas that are at risk, increasing the potential for costly destruction — 2017 was the most expensive year on record, topping $10 billion in damages.

    Since we drastically exacerbated this problem, can we swing it back the other way? The impact of man-made climate change is unlikely to reverse. And people continue to build in dangerous areas, with no sign of stopping. By 2050, there could be over 640,000 new homes built in the path of wildfires.

    Here’s the research paper explaining how humans start most fires: http://www.pnas.org/content/114/11/2946.full

    And here is the data on humans expanding into wildfire territory:
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  • Exhibitionism, Dirty Talk, and Water Sports: Ask Slutever (Part 2)
    Exhibitionism, Dirty Talk, and Water Sports: Ask Slutever (Part 2) WATCH PART 1: https://youtu.be/nw-y3t6Roy4

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    My Face Tattoos Are Not Scary Why the hell would anyone get a tattoo on their face? We speak to Roblake, who is a tattoo artist to explore the trend of inking your face.

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  • How Juul made nicotine go viral
    How Juul made nicotine go viral Juul tried to design a solution to a public health problem. It wound up creating another one.

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    Since the first patent in 1930, electronic cigarettes have taken many shapes. At first they mimicked the packaging and physicality of cigarettes, with a cylindrical shape and light-up tip. Then they trended toward boxier designs, with low nicotine levels and high amounts of vapor.

    The Juul did things differently: it packed a high-nicotine, low vapor hit in a small, USB drive-shaped package, with a colorful range of flavors and a buttonless, intuitive design. It wasn't just a hot new e-cigarette — it was a hot new tech gadget. Now, middle schools and high schools across the US are nervous about how many kids are getting hooked on Juuls.

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  • This Artist Destroys and Transforms $35,000 Shoes
    This Artist Destroys and Transforms $35,000 Shoes Gary Lockwood has always been obsessed with art, hip-hop, and sneakers, and in 2010, he found a way to combine all three passions: mask-making. The artist started tearing apart shoes—from the common to the ultra-collectible—and piecing them back together into ornate, colorful gasmasks. Now, he’s turned his artwork into a business, selling masks to high-profile clients from Method Man to Kevin Durant, and collaborating with companies like Nike, Adidas, and Versace.

    VICE met up with Lockwood (a.k.a. Freehand Profit) to hear what drew him to mask-making, tour his studio, and follow along as he put together a new piece from a handful of coveted sneakers.

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    Dimebags vs. Dispensaries: Street Dealers to Multi-Million Dollar Weed Startups In 2016, VICE met business partners in Atlanta who had a dream of getting into the legal weed business, but couldn’t see a way to take their illegal grow off the streets. Two years later, the entrepreneurs—Felix and Kingston—are now running Gas House, a successful legal weed company in Oakland whose products are sold in dispensaries across California. In an industry home to a small number of black business owners, Felix and Kingston have become pioneers inspiring others to leave the underground market behind.

    VICE met up with the duo to learn more about how they market their products, and the legal requirements they had to meet to transition from the black market to an above-board operation. Then we talked with dispensary owners, locals, and cannabis entrepreneurs about the access and inclusion gaps in California’s legal weed industry—and what companies like Gas House are doing to close them.

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  • The decline of Hong Kong's iconic neon glow
    The decline of Hong Kong's iconic neon glow Neon is fading.
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    Master Wu started making neon signs in the ’80s and has been filling Hong Kong’s streets with bright neon signs ever since. But recently, Master Wu has seen his business slow down as brighter-burning and more energy-efficient LED signs emerge. In addition to getting fewer requests, Hong Kong’s iconic neon landscape is also losing thousands of signs per year, ushering in the end of the city’s neon era.

    As Hong Kong’s neon lights start to fade, I spent some time with Master Wu at his neon shop, where he showed me how he makes neon signs, and took a look at Hong Kong’s changing cityscape.


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  • The Soccer Fans Who Literally Worship Diego Maradona
    The Soccer Fans Who Literally Worship Diego Maradona In his home country of Argentina, Diego Maradona is widely considered the greatest soccer player to ever grace the sport. He is so beloved by his fans that in 1998 a group took their adoration for the athlete to the extreme and founded the Maradonian Church: a religion entirely devoted to worshipping the soccer star. Over the years, it’s blossomed into a fully-fledged movement, complete with its very own Maradona-themed prayers, baptisms, and Ten Commandments.

    On this episode of ‘MISCELANÉA,’ VICE met up with the founders of the Maradonian Church to hear how and why they started the religion, and how it’s grown over the years. Then we checked out a Maradonian mass to speak with a few congregants and witness a follower’s two young daughters—Mara and Dona—get baptized.

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  • How reliable is fingerprint analysis?
    How reliable is fingerprint analysis? Fingerprinting is used by law enforcement all over the world, but it may not be as reliable as you think.

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    Fingerprinting has been a vital tool in forensic science since 1911 when the first conviction was handed out based on fingerprint evidence. It’s been used in countless investigations to help convict or rule out suspects, but is it as reliable as we think?

    According to one study, researchers found that fingerprint analysts had a false positive rate (i.e. when they incorrectly conclude two prints are a match) of 0.1%. That may seem low, but that percentage reveals that innocent people are still being implicated in crimes.

    Brandon Mayfield is one of the most famous examples of a false positive identification. The FBI arrested him for the 2004 Madrid train bombing based on a wrongful fingerprint match.

    Most people agree that it’s a useful tool, but we might want to exercise a bit more skepticism when it comes to trusting fingerprints.

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  • Sexuality, Submission, and Sex Work: Ask Slutever (Part 1)
    Sexuality, Submission, and Sex Work: Ask Slutever (Part 1) Karley Sciortino of Slutever answers your burning questions about sex and relationships. In this episode, she tackles the topics of Sexuality, submission, and sex work.

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  • How "levee wars" are making floods worse
    How "levee wars" are making floods worse Explained with a giant, scientific model.

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    In our latest Vox+ProPublica collaboration, we dive into how a structure that’s designed to protect us from floods, may actually be making them worse. High levees come at a high cost, often pushing water into communities that can’t afford the same protection. To demonstrate, we built a giant, scientific model of a river with levees — complete with adorable tiny houses.

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  • This Flat Earther Thinks NASA is Lying to You
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  • What a new Supreme Court means for abortion
    What a new Supreme Court means for abortion States can — and are — limiting access to abortion. In some parts of America, it is essentially unavailable.

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    Abortion has been a subject of debate for decades, and now, President Trump is poised to tip the balance of the Supreme Court into one that could reverse the historic decision that established a woman’s right to choose: Roe v. Wade.

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