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Miles Teller Thinks He's Good Looking, Pope Francis To Invite David Geffen To Vatican, Canceling Duggars Cost TLC $19 Million: MEMEMiles Teller is making his big break this weekend with tentpole Fantastic Four.
Miles Teller Thinks He's Good Looking, Pope Francis To Invite David Geffen To Vatican, Canceling Duggars Cost TLC $19 Million: MEME
New Now Next / Posted 21 days ago
Miles Teller is making his big break this weekend with tentpole Fantastic Four. So just who is Miles Teller? (apologies, the interview is written in a strange second person voice) “You’ve just told him, by way of making conversation, that according... Read more
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Financial Planning.com
Ex-CFP Board Compliance Chief Switches SidesThe CFP Board's former disciplinary chief Michael Shaw is switching sides. Sha
Ex-CFP Board Compliance Chief Switches Sides
Financial Planning.com / Posted 24 days ago
The CFP Board's former disciplinary chief Michael Shaw is switching sides. Shaw could end up working for the kinds of advisors he once targeted for investigations at his new job with Oyster Consulting. After nearly eight years as second-in-command... Read more
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Financial Planning.com
CFP Board Lawsuit Points to Systemic Abuse by Nonprofits, Experts SayThe CFP Board's inconsistent disciplinary record proved irrelevant to a federal
CFP Board Lawsuit Points to Systemic Abuse by Nonprofits, Experts Say
Financial Planning.com / Posted 29 days ago
The CFP Board's inconsistent disciplinary record proved irrelevant to a federal judge � a development that, experts say, illustrates a systemic problem in the abuse-prone world of nonprofits. Longstanding precedent in state and federal laws prevent... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Call of the mild: Comic book icon Archie Andrews leaps into the 21st centuryMost people growing up in the technologically and ideologically backward 1960s
Call of the mild: Comic book icon Archie Andrews leaps into the 21st century
Daily Maverick / Posted 1 months ago
Most people growing up in the technologically and ideologically backward 1960s and 70s – a “golden age” for American comics - would, at some point in their lives, have encountered an Archie comic (even if only in the dentist’s or doctor’s waiting... Read more

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