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Liverpool-Kop
Liverpool XI vs. W.Ham: Midfielder out; 'Amazing' attacker starts? Excitement as Klopp confirms return of CoutinhoAfter yet another Premier League debacle, it's back to FA Cup duty tonight, and
Liverpool XI vs. W.Ham: Midfielder out; 'Amazing' attacker starts? Excitement as Klopp confirms return of Coutinho
Liverpool-Kop / Posted yesterday
After yet another Premier League debacle, it's back to FA Cup duty tonight, and Liverpool face current bogey team West Ham United, who've beaten the Reds twice already this season. Can LFC break this negative trend at Upton Park tonight? * On... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why We Still Miss Jon StewartIt’s a psychic law of the American workplace: By the time you give your notice,
Why We Still Miss Jon Stewart
The Atlantic / Posted 4 days ago
It’s a psychic law of the American workplace: By the time you give your notice, you’ve already left. You’ve checked out, and for the days or weeks that remain, a kind of placeholder-you, a you-cipher, will be doing your job. It’s a law that applies... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
The Springs can be an example for AmericaThirty years ago, Spy magazine went after Donald Trump. Characterizing him as a
The Springs can be an example for America
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 6 days ago
Thirty years ago, Spy magazine went after Donald Trump. Characterizing him as a "short-fingered vulgarian," Spy's editors depicted him as a greedy, ignorant, loutish barbarian. OK, he was rich and successful, but he was the jerk of jerks. Thirty... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Empire Has No ClothesVia EconomicNoise.com, Hans Christian Andersen told the story of “The Emperor’
The Empire Has No Clothes
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
Via EconomicNoise.com, Hans Christian Andersen told the story of “The Emperor’s New Clothes” as part of his Fairy Tales Told for Children collection. The tale is almost two hundred years old. Most know how a little boy was the first to announce that... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A movie about one of the most horrific moments in TV history has become the talk of the Sundance Film FestivalTen years ago, when Robert Greene learned the story of Christine Chubbuck — a 1
A movie about one of the most horrific moments in TV history has become the talk of the Sundance Film Festival
Stamford Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
Ten years ago, when Robert Greene learned the story of Christine Chubbuck — a 1970s TV reporter in Sarasota, Florida, who was the first person to commit suicide on live television — two things instantly came to him: "How do you make a film about... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A movie about one of the most horrific moments in TV history has become the talk of the Sundance Film FestivalTen years ago, when Robert Greene learned the story of Christine Chubbuck — a 1
A movie about one of the most horrific moments in TV history has become the talk of the Sundance Film Festival
Connecticut Post / Posted 15 days ago
Ten years ago, when Robert Greene learned the story of Christine Chubbuck — a 1970s TV reporter in Sarasota, Florida, who was the first person to commit suicide on live television — two things instantly came to him: "How do you make a film about... Read more
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Yahoo News
A movie about one of the most horrific moments in TV history has become the talk of the Sundance Film Festival Ten years ago, when Robert Greene learned the story of Christine Chubbuck — a
A movie about one of the most horrific moments in TV history has become the talk of the Sundance Film Festival
Yahoo News / Posted 15 days ago
Ten years ago, when Robert Greene learned the story of Christine Chubbuck — a 1970s TV reporter in Sarasota, Florida, who was the first... Read more
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Business Insider
A movie about one of the most horrific moments in TV history has become the talk of the Sundance Film FestivalIn an era when the most mundane moments of our lives are captured and immediate
A movie about one of the most horrific moments in TV history has become the talk of the Sundance Film Festival
Business Insider / Posted 15 days ago
In an era when the most mundane moments of our lives are captured and immediately put online for the world to see, Greene was shocked to find that not only was there zero footage of the Chubbuck suicide online (supposedly Paddy Chayefsky was inspired... Read more
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