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theeconomist:

Tomorrow’s cover today: how Beppe Grillo and Silvio Berlusconi threaten the future of Italy and the euro.

theeconomist:

Tomorrow’s cover today: how Beppe Grillo and Silvio Berlusconi threaten the future of Italy and the euro.

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buzzfeed:

RIP 30 Rock
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c0wb0yz:

Fabrice Luchini :

Le but de la gauche, c’est d’enlever l’individu. Drucker doit abonner ses habits de Drucker pour donner son argent aux autres… Putain ! C’est bizarre que les gens ne veulent pas comprendre le programme, enfin. C’est un programme simple!
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They pick corn in Iowa. They actually pick presidents here in New Hampshire.
Jon Huntsman, explaining why his campaign has ignored Iowa in favor of New Hampshire, where he is currently polling in fourth place. (via officialssay)
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double0:

Bond car. The original.

double0:

Bond car. The original.

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Have you ever tried Smashburgers? Am curious to hear what you thought about it!
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Exécution de la recette de soupe aux oignons nouveaux de Fumiko Kono (une de mes chefs préférées soit dit en passant!)

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katykelley:

Worth doing.

katykelley:

Worth doing.

(Source: 9gag)

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katykelley:

ALL THE TIME

katykelley:

ALL THE TIME

(Source: unhappykaty)

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mwfrost:

Illustration by Kevin R. Adams (via Millennium Fakeout | HiLobrow)

mwfrost:

Illustration by Kevin R. Adams (via Millennium Fakeout | HiLobrow)

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fullcredit:

Adios, friends! See y’all next year!
xoxo,
Julia

fullcredit:

Adios, friends! See y’all next year!

xoxo,

Julia

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'You're headed for a one-term presidency,” Steve Jobs told President Obama at the beginning of a one-on-one session the president requested early last year. As described in the authorized biography by Walter Isaacson, Apple's founder said regulations had created too many burdens on the economy.

Jobs was an Obama supporter, but his just-disclosed comments are typical of a new frustration with Washington among Silicon Valley executives. Their high-tech companies are supposed to be the country’s engine for growth, but the federal government is gumming up the works.

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