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PREMIERE: Slide Dillinger x Cam’ron “I Swear”

July 31, 2014
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10 Ways You’re Making Your Life Harder Than It Has To Be

July 17, 2014
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Belgium fan spotted at World Cup stadium lands L’Oréal modeling gig

July 10, 2014
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For The Win

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The 2014 World Cup has found its very own Katherine Webb, and she’s from Belgium. 17-year-old Axelle Despiegelaere, pictured above at the Maracanã to see Belgium play Russia on June 22nd, was spotted by cosmetic company L’Oréal when photos of her at the game went viral, according to Yahoo!. Despiegelaere became L’Oréal’s star of the day.

Via L'Oreal Via L’Oreal

Upon returning to Belgium, Despiegelaere starred in a video for L’Oréal Professionnel Belgique.

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Is Kobe Bryant fat now? (photo)

July 4, 2014
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Is Catcher in the Rye an assassination trigger?

July 3, 2014
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Mark David Chapman

After Mark David Chapman shot and killed John Lennon, he calmly opened up Catcher in the Rye and proceeded to read it — before being apprehended. John Hinckley, the man who attempted to kill Ronald Reagan, also was in possession of the book. It is also alleged Lee Harvey Oswald was quite fond of the book, though this is disputed.

Catcher in the Rye has sold 65 million copies. Of the millions who have enjoyed the book, perhaps three have become well-known assassins. Still, we should ask: is there any merit to the book being an assassination trigger?

How did famous assassins perceive Catcher in the Rye?

Of the three assassins, Mark David Chapman was the only one obsessed with it. Being a Christian, Chapman took offense to Lennon’s atheism. He saw John Lennon as a phony, because he saw God as real. By killing Lennon, Chapman hoped to save children…

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