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Since their childhood people have always been interested in many things. When you are a toddler or a child at the nursery school your interests are limited. It doesn’t really matter for you if your country is big or small, rich or poor, powerful or not. Then, while you are growing, your horizons become wider and wider.
Years of liberal dogma have spawned a generation of amoral, uneducated, welfare dependent, brutalised youngsters.
After his new documentary, “Exit through the Gift Shop” (2010 Best Documentary Oscar Nominee), Banksy is more popular than ever. And still, no one knows who he is. But without him the London scene would never be the same.
1. They save you from overworking
There are a lot of pluses in being a queer fish that can’t be as self-collected as other people want them to be. It is a perfect way to shirk your routine duties when you haven't got the energy to work any more. So if you have spent the whole working day trying to remove coffee stains...
We had just about finished eating our mayonnaise salads and redecorated the Christmas tree when hearts started to fill every shop window.
Some believe that February 14th is the most romantic day of the year; while others are ready to boycott the money-making holiday for it has become so over-rated.
A daily shower is a deeply ingrained American habit. Most people would no sooner disclose they had not showered in days than admit infidelity. But Jenefer Palmer, 55, of Malibu, Calif., cheerfully acknowledges that she doesn’t shower or shampoo daily and doesn’t use deodorant. Ever.
No, she does not work from home in pajamas. In fact, Ms. Palmer, the chief executive of Osea, an organic skin-care line, often travels to meet business contacts at the five-star luxury hotels where her line is sold. They might be surprised to read that Ms. Palmer, a petite, put-together brunette
In the beginning of November, the news took on a decidedly trippy tinge. First, Professor David Nutt, sacked as an adviser to the Labour government for criticising its policy on drugs, sparked controversy when he published research suggesting that heroin was less damaging than alcohol.
Dmitriy Garrievich, we would like to ask you as MD of “PinchukArtCentre”. This centre of modern art is sometimes notorious for its quite scandalous exhibits as, for instance, a real cow in naphthalene. Can we say that our society has become so callous that now in order to arouse its cultural perception modern art needs to cut to the bone like this?
A recent magazine survey, interviewed fifty bartenders and they were asked if they could identify a customer’s personality on what drinks they ordered? Although interviewed separately, they concurred on almost all counts.
It’s been the political equivalent of an intervention: in recent weeks, Democrats have been bombarded with advice about how they should reinvent their economic agenda. The electorate, we hear, wants Barack Obama to be more of an economic populist but less of an ambitious reformer. He has to aggressively create jobs but also be less spendthrift. This advice may be contradictory, but then so are the economic...