62-Year-Old, Gardener ‘Malcolm Applegate’ Got So Fed Up With His Wife’s Nagging He Went To Live In The Woods For 10 Years

A 62-year -old, gardener, Malcolm Applegate, was married to his wife for three years before he left home when he couldn’t stand her anymore. He then made his way from Birmingham, where they lived, to London. The journey took him three weeks; half of it was made on his bike then after it got stolen…

Blitter App: Black Twitter Social App Launches, Sparks Up Reactions On White Twitter

The new Blitter app that launched last Friday (Oct. 6) that seeks to be an exclusive space combining the best of Black Twitter, is currently trending on the traditional Twitter network. The app launch have had a robust reactions so far, but only iPhone users can hop on the train for now. Developer Patrick Francis…

Nigerian Scientist ‘Oshi Agabi’ Creates A Computer That Can Smell Explosives And Cancer Cells 

Silicon Valley-based Oshi Agabi has unveiled a computer based not on silicon but on mice neurons at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania. The system has been trained to recognise the smell of explosives and could be used to replace traditional airport security, he said. . Eventually the modem-sized device – dubbed Koniku Kore – could…

Angelina Jolie Gets Candid About Brad Pitt & Bell’s Palsy Diagnosis In ‘Vanity Fair’ Cover Story

Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie looks stunning on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s September 2017 issue. For her profile, titled “Angelina Jolie Solo,” she sat down with Vanity Fair magazine to discuss her split from Brad Pitt, her Bell’s Palsy diagnosis and so much more. Read excerpts below On her split from Brad Pitt: It’s just…

Canadian Polygamous Leader, ‘Winston Blackmore’ Convicted For Having 25 Wives 

Two former leaders of an isolated polygamous community in Canada were convicted Monday of practicing polygamy after a decade-long legal fight, setting up another potential court battle over the constitutionality of Canada’s polygamy laws. Winston Blackmore, 60, and James Oler, 53, were found guilty by British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Sheri Ann Donegan, who said…