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BEASLEY MEDIA GROUP OFFICE HOURS UPDATE: Our office has re-opened for prize distribution, allowing you to claim your prize ONLY on Thursdays and Fridays between the hours of 8:30am and 5pm. You will need a photo ID to collect…

Dave & Chuck the Freak

SYDNEY, NSW - JANUARY 31: Poledancing students Danielle Grimmond (L) and Charlotte Priestley (C) practice moves on dance poles as Polestars Australia instructor Stephanie Kite (R) demonstrates during a poledancing lesson January 31, 2006 in Sydney, Australia. Poledancing is becoming a popular way for women to get fit, and numbers of women taking classes has exploded over the last couple of years. The classes provide women the opportunity to develop their upper-body strength and add sparkle to their sex life, while enjoying a female-only atmosphere which they find less regimented than traditional gym sessions. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

Gil Koplovitz was researching off the coast of Israel when he came across something that you would never expect to see under the ocean.

Divers Discover An Abandoned Underwater Strip Club

Urban exploration is easily my favorite trend on the internet. Photographers from all over the world have taken to their own backyards and wandered the abandoned buildings and towns nearby. It's easy to see why these abandoned buildings have become the scene in front of the camera because they are not only beautiful, but incredibly mysterious.