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The many faces of Bill MurrayOur own Steve Murray (no relation) provides an illustrated, narrated guide to Bill Murray’s prolific acting career, from Ghostbusters to Garfield: http://natpo.st/1i8x3dQ

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The many faces of Bill Murray

Our own Steve Murray (no relation) provides an illustrated, narrated guide to Bill Murray’s prolific acting career, from Ghostbusters to Garfield: http://natpo.st/1i8x3dQ

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Matthew McConaughey explains his ‘All right, all right, all right’ catchphrase: ‘I was high as a kite’
Long before he was an Oscar-winner for Dallas Buyers Club, Matthew McConaughey broke onto the scene as David Wooderson, the legendary burnout of Dazed and Confused. But McConaughey hasn’t distanced himself from his humble roots now that he’s an Academy Award-winner – indeed, when accepting his Oscar on March 2, the actor ended his speech with a hearty “All right, all right, all right,” Wooderson’s famous catchphrase.
And now, McConaughey has explained the origin of the phrase, telling George Stroumboulopoulos that was inspired to create it in the same way that so many others have been inspired: Listening to The Doors while “high as a kite:” natpo.st/1dQVMCE

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Matthew McConaughey explains his ‘All right, all right, all right’ catchphrase: ‘I was high as a kite’

Long before he was an Oscar-winner for Dallas Buyers Club, Matthew McConaughey broke onto the scene as David Wooderson, the legendary burnout of Dazed and Confused. But McConaughey hasn’t distanced himself from his humble roots now that he’s an Academy Award-winner – indeed, when accepting his Oscar on March 2, the actor ended his speech with a hearty “All right, all right, all right,” Wooderson’s famous catchphrase.

And now, McConaughey has explained the origin of the phrase, telling George Stroumboulopoulos that was inspired to create it in the same way that so many others have been inspired: Listening to The Doors while “high as a kite:” natpo.st/1dQVMCE

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POLAR BEAR CUB AND MOM: Polar bear Gerda with her cub in the Zoo in Novosibirsk, about 2,800 kilometers (1,750 miles) east of Moscow, Russia, Friday, March 7, 2014. The first cub of Polar bear couple Kai and Gerda was born at Novosibirsk Zoo in early December.

(AP photo/Ilnar Salakhiev)

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TURKEY DEMONSTRATIONS AND WATER CANNONS: rkish riot police fired tear gas on March 11 at protesters massed outside a hospital after the death of a teenage boy wounded during anti-government protests last year and left comatose. Berkin Elvan, 15, who has been in a coma since June 2013 after being struck in the head by a gas canister during a police crackdown on protesters, died on March 11, his family announced via Twitter.  

GURCAN OZTURK/AFP/Getty Images (Top two photos) , BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images, 

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'I've been different my whole life': Blue Jays prospect Daniel Norris drives an old van in search of good wavesDaniel Norris was 18 years old and fresh out of high school in 2011 when the Toronto Blue Jays gave him US$2-million to sign a pro contract. Like many newly rich prospects, he immediately bought his dream ride.He had craved it since childhood: a 1978 Volkswagen Westfalia microbus, known as a hippie van back in the day.Norris named it Shaggy, after the Scooby-Doo cartoon character. It is stuffed with gear, including a couple of surfboards, and he lives in it for weeks on end, driving from one surfing spot to the next when baseball is not in season, popping the roof and curling up in the overhead bunk bed at night.That big signing bonus was promptly invested, by the way. Norris gets what he calls a modest living allowance. He likes living simply, staying faithful to his roots. Road trips with Shaggy are part of that. (Photo: John Lott/National Post)

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'I've been different my whole life': Blue Jays prospect Daniel Norris drives an old van in search of good waves
Daniel Norris was 18 years old and fresh out of high school in 2011 when the Toronto Blue Jays gave him US$2-million to sign a pro contract. Like many newly rich prospects, he immediately bought his dream ride.

He had craved it since childhood: a 1978 Volkswagen Westfalia microbus, known as a hippie van back in the day.

Norris named it Shaggy, after the Scooby-Doo cartoon character. It is stuffed with gear, including a couple of surfboards, and he lives in it for weeks on end, driving from one surfing spot to the next when baseball is not in season, popping the roof and curling up in the overhead bunk bed at night.

That big signing bonus was promptly invested, by the way. Norris gets what he calls a modest living allowance. He likes living simply, staying faithful to his roots. Road trips with Shaggy are part of that. (Photo: John Lott/National Post)

Bring on the rocket cats! Bizarre 16th-century artillery manual shows illustration of jet pack weaponry

You’re a 16th century German prince plotting to crush a peasant rebellion, or perhaps you’re leading an army against the Ottoman Empire or looking to settle the score with a rival nobleman. What’s a guy looking for a tactical edge to do?

Bring on the rocket cats! http://natpo.st/1mYGdig

Can the Internet solve the mystery of MH370?
With confusion and misinformation hampering the 12-nation search for Malaysia Airlines FLight MH370, the world’s leading earth imagery company has launched an online crowdsourced search for wreckage and possible survivors.
Earth imagery company DigitalGlobe trained its satellites on the Gulf of Thailand and snapped high resolution photos of 3,200 square kilometres — then activated its crowdsource platform and invited users to join the search:

Can the Internet solve the mystery of MH370?

With confusion and misinformation hampering the 12-nation search for Malaysia Airlines FLight MH370, the world’s leading earth imagery company has launched an online crowdsourced search for wreckage and possible survivors.

Earth imagery company DigitalGlobe trained its satellites on the Gulf of Thailand and snapped high resolution photos of 3,200 square kilometres — then activated its crowdsource platform and invited users to join the search:

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Happy 300th birthday, Extremely Bad Advice!Steve Murray has now had the pleasure of helping hundreds of people live their lives to the max while destroying their enemies. To celebrate this occasion, here is some of his best advice for life in general: http://natpo.st/1hQ2UjA
Illustration by Steve Murray

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Happy 300th birthday, Extremely Bad Advice!

Steve Murray has now had the pleasure of helping hundreds of people live their lives to the max while destroying their enemies. To celebrate this occasion, here is some of his best advice for life in general: http://natpo.st/1hQ2UjA

Illustration by Steve Murray

‘I hope we’re still on for go-carting’: Jimmy Kimmel takes tour of Toronto in fresh jab at ‘upset’ Ford

Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel said it was not his intention to upset Rob Ford during the mayor’s appearance on his ABC program Monday night.

Kimmel razzed the Toronto mayor during his guest appearance over a series of unflattering and controversial incidents that have garnered Ford worldwide attention.

“It seemed like we were having fun,” said Kimmel as he opened his monologue Tuesday night.

“But then after the show, apparently he was upset. Why, I’m not exactly sure. I asked him about drinking and smoking crack — what were we supposed to talk about, his other hobbies?”

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Less than 48 hours before the trade deadline, these appear to be your Toronto Maple Leafs.They are the fifth-best team in a watered-down Eastern Conference. They score a lot of goals, but still give up too many shots. They struggle to protect leads. They rely too much on their top line and goaltenders and special teams. They might be a playoff team, but they are not a Stanley Cup contender.And, barring a last-minute development, that is not about to change.The roster that turned in a lackluster effort in a 2-1 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday night will likely be the same roster you see after the March 5 trade deadline. Yes, Dave Bolland will be activated off long-term injury at some point. But, according to vice-president of hockey operations Dave Poulin, the Leafs are not in the rental market. (Photo: Darren Calabrese/National Post)

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Less than 48 hours before the trade deadline, these appear to be your Toronto Maple Leafs.

They are the fifth-best team in a watered-down Eastern Conference. They score a lot of goals, but still give up too many shots. They struggle to protect leads. They rely too much on their top line and goaltenders and special teams. They might be a playoff team, but they are not a Stanley Cup contender.

And, barring a last-minute development, that is not about to change.

The roster that turned in a lackluster effort in a 2-1 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday night will likely be the same roster you see after the March 5 trade deadline. Yes, Dave Bolland will be activated off long-term injury at some point. But, according to vice-president of hockey operations Dave Poulin, the Leafs are not in the rental market. (Photo: Darren Calabrese/National Post)

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New police custody videos showing Justin Bieber taking a urine test will be made public with singer’s genitalia blacked out, judge orders

Remaining police video clips of Justin Bieber after his January arrest will be made public with sensitive portions blacked out to protect the singer’s privacy, a judge ruled Tuesday.

Miami-Dade County Judge William Altfield said two of the five unreleased video clips depict the singer’s genitalia during a urine test for drugs at the Miami Beach Police Department. Altfield agreed with lawyers for Bieber, who turned 20 on Saturday, that the video’s airing would be an invasion of privacy that outweighed the public’s right to know: http://natpo.st/P061fn

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Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show is fun, but likely doomed

Scott Stinson: For all the positives out of the new Tonight Show it’s hard not to escape the feeling that the whole format is dated and doomed. All the YouTube videos and Twitter buzz that Fallon can drum up won’t change the fact that his television audience has a median age, according to Nielsen, of 53. 53! That’s younger that Leno (58.2) and Letterman (58.9), but still indicative of the fact that the young folk are not into talk shows. I used to watch Letterman when I was in my twenties; presumably I would now just watch the highlights the following morning.

Seinfeld on Tuesday made a joke about how Fallon would be horribly aged by the pressures of his new gig and the constant Timberlake parodies, then he laughed and said he wished him 30 years of success and hoped to be a guest until the 39-year-old host was old and grey.

Somehow, I doubt it: http://natpo.st/1d4OwPC

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What’s the best way to Roll Up the Rim?
We staged the first-ever Men’s Speed Rolling competition, in the spirit of the Olympics. And for science. And for you! See whose technique fared best here: natpo.st/1hapNg3

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What’s the best way to Roll Up the Rim?

We staged the first-ever Men’s Speed Rolling competition, in the spirit of the Olympics. And for science. And for you! See whose technique fared best here: natpo.st/1hapNg3

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Depression blood test may reveal those at risk of lifelong mental illness, researchers sayA new study from Cambridge University says a simple biological test may accurately predict who is at the highest risk of developing severe depression later in life, and make it possible to intervene earlier to save lives.[Photo illustration by Greg Southam/Postmedia News files]

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Depression blood test may reveal those at risk of lifelong mental illness, researchers say
A new study from Cambridge University says a simple biological test may accurately predict who is at the highest risk of developing severe depression later in life, and make it possible to intervene earlier to save lives.
[Photo illustration by Greg Southam/Postmedia News files]

Tagged with:  #health  #mental health  #depression
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Having the worst Valentine’s Day ever? Two new studies suggest a few tips to turn things around — and we add a few of our own.[Photo credit: Ludovic Marin/AFP/Getty Images]

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Having the worst Valentine’s Day ever?
Two new studies suggest a few tips to turn things around — and we add a few of our own.
[Photo credit: Ludovic Marin/AFP/Getty Images]