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The Voice of Generation Y

The Voice of Generation Y

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20 Quotes From The Greatest Love Letters Of The 20th Century 1. I don’t ask you to love me always like this, but I ask you to remember. Somewhere inside of me there will always be the person I am tonight. – F. Scott Fitzgerald If You Could Hear Inside The Mind Of A Williamsburg Hipster (Video) Nick Cannon sat down for an interview with Big Boy and they were allowed to say whatever they wanted, because it was for the web only. And boy, did they say whatever they wanted. Taking a page out of Lindsay Lohan‘s book, Big Boy asked Cannon to reveal five celebrity females he’s banged. In an […] On the face of it, David Letterman and Stephen Colbert don’t seem to have that much in common. Perpetually cranky and never much of a people person, Letterman grew up in the Midwest with dreams of getting into broadcasting or comedy, maybe as a standup.

The Charta: Inform, Not Notify. by The Charta The Charta reports on important issues and events. It isn’t exactly a news site, due to the very fact that we report on such things later than most media outlets. We will concentrate on the bigger picture, events that matter on the mid to long term. We can’t know for sure how an event is going to evolve only one hour after it has happened. Leslie Nielsen Leslie William Nielsen, OC (11 February 1926 – 28 November 2010) was a Canadian-American actor and comedian.[1][2] Nielsen appeared in more than one hundred films and 150 television programs over the span of his career, portraying more than 220 characters.[3] Although Nielsen's acting career crossed a variety of genres in both television and films, his deadpan delivery in Airplane! marked a turning point in his career, one that would make him, in the words of film critic Roger Ebert, "the Olivier of spoofs

10 Disney Quotes To Brighten Your Day We all grew up watching Disney movies, yet we often forget how profound some of the messages and themes in Disney movies can be. Here are the top 10 quotes from Disney movies that will put a smile on your face! 1. “Your Only Limit is your Soul (which btw, is infinite ;)” 2. Doctor Performs Epic Rap Song To Tell Girl How To Take Care Of Her Broken Leg (Video) Despite the fact that identical twins look almost exactly the same, there are always a few things different for each of them. It may be their personalities or the paths they’ve chosen. You wouldn’t be able to tell at a young age, but after years and years of being the sibling of a person identical […]

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Werner Herzog Werner Herzog Stipetić (German: [ˈʋɛɐ̯nɐ ˈhɛɐ̯tsoːk ˈstɪpɛtɪt͡ʃ]; born 5 September 1942), known as Werner Herzog, is a German film director, producer, screenwriter, author, actor and opera director. Herzog is considered one of the greatest figures of the New German Cinema, along with Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Margarethe von Trotta, Volker Schlöndorff, Werner Schröter, and Wim Wenders. Herzog's films often feature heroes with impossible dreams,[1] people with unique talents in obscure fields, or individuals who are in conflict with nature.[2] French filmmaker François Truffaut once called Herzog "the most important film director alive.

55 Rules For Love. Rules for love. 1. When it arrives, cherish it. 2. Whatever you accept, you will get Cowardice is contagious: on anonymous reviewing Yesterday, the Wheeler Centre published another contribution in the slow-burning, long-running debate about anonymous book reviewing, a debate sparked by the practices of the new Saturday Paper. None of the previous defences of anonymity seemed at all convincing to me, and this one’s no better. It consists largely of a critic … telling us not to criticise. Erik can do what he wants. It’s a private company.

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