Instead of a cup of coffee.. :)

"Father Big Mac" song!

Can you beat it?! ;)

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Les Guignols de l'Info du 12/09/11 - Chirac Toc Toc

Jacques Chirac - Toc Toc

French underground rapper Rockin’ Squat (brother of famous actor Vincent Cassel) instead of specified “Enfant de la balle” performs Live an unwarranted “France A Fric” about African colonisation.

Shift in Europe Seen in Debate on Immigrants

Less than a week after the mass killings in Norway, evidence of a shift in the debate over Islam and the radical right in Europe already appeared to be taking hold on a traumatized Continent.

The left in Europe is out of power in major countries, including Britain, France, Germany and Italy — and has struggled to find a cause to revitalize it, or at least to reframe the passionate debate over immigration. The mainstream right, on the other hand, could find it more difficult to accept support from the far-right parties after the deadly events in Oslo and on Utoya Island.

Dmitry Medvedev about nation’s future and no State-run economy in Russia.

10 most interesting bookshops

Daunt books (London, UK)

John King Books (Detroit, USA)

Selexy Dominicanen (Maastricht, Netherlands)

El Ateneo Grand Splendid (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Montague Bookmill (Montague, MA, USA)

Lello Bookshop (Porto, Portugal)

Jimbocho Book Town (Tokyo, Japan)

Shakespear and Co. (Paris, France)

Argosy books (New York, USA)

Urueña (Valladolid, Spain)

Enjoy reading! :)

U.S. helps dissidents

The Obama administration is leading a global effort to deploy “shadow” Internet and mobile phone systems that dissidents can use to undermine repressive governments.

Financed with a $2 million State Department grant, the suitcase could be secreted across a border and quickly set up to allow wireless communication over a wide area with a link to the global Internet.

The State Department is financing the creation of stealth wireless networks that would enable activists to communicate outside the reach of governments in countries like Iran, Syria and Libya.

laideverite-deactivated20110803 said: Haha. Well now you have a friend from Indiana! It sucks here though. We call it the "bipolar state."
And Russia, wow. That's so far away. Lol. I hope you do well in your exams. I'm starting college in August.

It was nice to meet you too!

Bipolar because of the weather? Ha-ha! :) I can say the same about St. Petersburg. Nobody lived here before 1703 (forests and swamps :), but since then it’s one of the most beautiful city in the world)

laideverite-deactivated20110803 said: I'm doing great. (: I'm from Indiana. How about you?

Ow! I have some friends from Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, but not from Indiana yet! :)

I’m just passing final exams before getting my Bachelor degree of Political Science. Me, I’m from St. Petersburg, Russia.

Nice to meet you, Kendra! :)

laideverite-deactivated20110803 said: I just wanted to stop by and say hello! (:

Hello Kendra! How are you doing? Where are you from?) 

"Je suis Tunisienne et le gouvernement qui n’autorise pas le voile dans les établissements privés et publics ne me..."

dhekra87:

Je suis Tunisienne et le gouvernement qui n’autorise pas le voile dans les établissements privés et publics ne me représente pas

Alors qu’on critique la décision du parlement français de l’adoption de la loi interdisant le voile intégral dans les lieux publics. L’interdiction est renouvelée du voile islamique dans les lieux publics en Tunisie