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  • 19 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    Trump can look, but he can't touch.
    5 Times Melania Trump’s Uniform Said “Don’t Touch Me”
  • 19 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    In Serena Williams’s new HBO documentary, we see men having to engage with breastfeeding and the hard decisions that go along with it, and we’re here for it.
    Serena Williams’s New HBO Documentary Sparks the Breastfeeding Conversation We Should All Be Having
  • 20 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    Nine mother-daughter duos who prove that je ne sais quoi is all in the family.
    9 Mother-Daughter Duos Who Prove That “It Girl” Beauty Runs in the Family
  • 20 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    Wedding cakes are statement cakes. But should yours say romance or rebellion?
    What Statement Should Your Wedding Cake Make?
  • 21 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    Can you wear latex on a date? One Vogue writer reports.
    What Happened When One Vogue Writer Wore the Kendall + Kylie Latex Dress on a Date
  • 21 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    Will "Dinero" be the next "Despacito"?
    J.Lo, Cardi B and DJ Khaled Make a Play for Song of the Summer with "Dinero"
    20 hours ago 1
    Despocito was a horrible song,so im not waiting for this one either
    20 hours ago
    I still love despacito, it was a world wide Big Hit, even the dumb people without swing know about that song 🙂
    20 hours ago
    Because its over played again and again just like those terrible Enrique summer songs blegh blegh
  • 22 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    Cressida Bonas, who dated Prince Harry from 2012 to 2014, discussed the dark side of dating a prince.
    Prince Harry’s Ex-Girlfriend Opens Up About the Pitfalls of Dating a Royal
    21 hours ago 64
    This Article was Published on Aug 8 2017, Really Vogue ? A day after the Wedding. Tacky.
    22 hours ago 52
    Pretty bad. Vogue put old news back just one day after their wedding.
    22 hours ago 1
    Aiika Balalaika I just saw it
    22 hours ago
    Odin Middleton check the date of the interview..it was last year...
    21 hours ago 25
    She looks a little like Emily blunt.
    21 hours ago 9
    Vogue. Distasteful.
    21 hours ago 8
    There's absolutely nothing in this article!
    19 hours ago 7
    Oh hunny, that’s why you weren’t up there getting married yesterday. Don’t hate now. Except that you just weren’t The One.
    20 hours ago 7
    I mean if you wanted to make it juicy, at least have an article about Chelsy Davy who dated him for 7 years... 🤦🏻‍♀️ I didn’t even know he dated this girl tbh lol.
    21 hours ago 4
    Not interested in this.😴
    Talking about the present and future
    20 hours ago 3
    Cheap media. At least let the couple settle down first, wouldn’t you?
    19 hours ago
    Vogue??? I am confused... why are you posting this article now? Unfollow! Bye
  • 22 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    See exclusive photos from Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian’s beautiful wedding.
    Inside Serena Williams’s Fairy-Tale Wedding in New Orleans
    22 hours ago 10
    Everyone is having their fairy-tale wedding and me here have no idea of what's going on in my own life😞😞😞
    19 hours ago
    Keep going! Everything will be fine for you too!
    22 hours ago
    I feel you😆
    19 hours ago
    Lily Khachatrian ❤
    19 hours ago
    Ախխխխ սիրտս 😑😑😑😑😔
    20 hours ago
    Im kirk
    21 hours ago
    Hajar Riane
    21 hours ago
    Amina Kapetanovic evo jos par ideja 😉
  • 23 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    The explanation behind the royal couple's PDA makes perfect sense.
    Why Harry and Meghan Hold Hands in Public, But William and Kate Don’t
    22 hours ago 1
    Giorgia Isabella Alessia è quello che vi dicevo sull'etichetta
    21 hours ago
    podobało mi się to;)
    19 hours ago
    Nikki Sophia
    21 hours ago
    Catherine, please.
  • 23 hours ago by Vogue

    Vogue
    Spliced with sheer panels on both sides and covered in so many beads that it took 600 hours to embroider the bodice alone, there was no chance that Blake Lively’s entrance would go unnoticed.
    Blake Lively’s Met Dress Was So Big, She Took a Party Bus to the Ball

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  • 19 hours ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    Here are some ideas for gifts to help cash-strapped graduates get a head start on their new lives.
    Graduation Gift Ideas
    19 hours ago 2
    Bullet Proof vests
    19 hours ago 1
    Sana Hira Abdullah Abdul just some random ideas... 😂
    19 hours ago
    19 hours ago
    tab baba ki hai 😂😛😛😛😛😛
    19 hours ago
    never used it in hostel. As good as neww 😂
    19 hours ago
    Wow!! Remind me mje kia mila ta🤔😡
    19 hours ago
    Shoes n tab to agae hn btw...u paid fr shoes urself though😝😝
    19 hours ago
    Return it😡
    19 hours ago
    I'll buy you a skillet.. Or a multi tool maybe 🤔
    19 hours ago
    Hira Zafar take ittt
    19 hours ago
    Hira Zafar tab baba ki hai, it's just in my possession but ownership baba ki 😜😜😜😜😜
    19 hours ago
    Hahahahaha
    19 hours ago 1
    Or vote for politicians that will help make college affordable?
    19 hours ago 1
    A time machine. There’s nothing like the joy and freedom of being a child.
    19 hours ago
    Rent.
    19 hours ago
    Please. If you're going to spend that kind of money, put it in a trust fund until these people become responsible and aware enough to use it for something practical, like rent, food, or furniture. What kind of good are diamond studs going to do in unemployment line?
    19 hours ago
    Diamond earrings from Tiffany’s, exactly what a “cash-strapped” graduate needs to get a head start.
    19 hours ago
    $
    19 hours ago
    "Cash strapped" idk maybe CASH,
  • 20 hours ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    Children need to learn how to deal with defeat as well as victory.
    Reducing Injury Risk in Youth Sports
    20 hours ago 1
    Exactly!...and this is why America need to get rid of all this Affirmative Action trash that is being implemented in universities.
    19 hours ago 1
    Um, that's comparing apples to oranges. 🙄
    19 hours ago 1
    Sorry Steve. You missed the point.
    20 hours ago
    So true...
    19 hours ago
    Play video games
    19 hours ago
    Erica Bell Knapp
    19 hours ago
    Conditioning is the key. This will never change in my estimation.
    19 hours ago
    Adults as well... Hmmm. ⭐🌿
  • 20 hours ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    In The New York Times Opinion Section, Op-Ed columnist David Brooks writes, "Local improvement can go only so far when national politics is a meat grinder. The good news is the solutions to our civic problems already exist."
    Opinion | The American Renaissance Is Already Happening
    20 hours ago 28
    Restoring vibrant local communities and economies is our only way out of the corporate-controlled hellhole that America has become. We must divest from corporations as consumers and shift investments/spending to local businesses and initiatives.
    20 hours ago 2
    So you are ready to give up your iPhone?
    19 hours ago 2
    Jeffrey Morse surely you jest? We are more disconnected as local communities than perhaps anytime in history. It’s every man for himself out there, driven by the pursuit of money and status. Nobody’s even at home in the neighborhood anymore - too busy “chasing the dream” and shuttling the kids around at light speed so they too can be “high-achievers”. .
    20 hours ago 1
    James Gledhill when did we have more vibrant communities than we have today?
    19 hours ago 1
    Greg Wyndham there’s a great Eastern proverb for this: “abandon all hope of fruition”.
    20 hours ago
    We manufacture "renaissances" (rebirths) in order to delusively shift our attention to the prospect of undying. Likely we are too far gone to be naively misled by the revolutionary promise that entails, among other things, the restorative, atavistic, or forward-thinking we so crucially aspire to. It is out of our reach. Those who prize hope too much are victims of a modern faith. Those who "hold-out" for betterment will be most poignantly disappointed. This is not cynicism on my part: this is the nature of the zeitgeist we have inherited and will pass on.
    19 hours ago
    Jeffrey Morse why not buy cheap phones from small startups?
    20 hours ago
    Jeffrey Morse those are the acid tests we face. We can’t have it both ways. It will be difficult, there’s no doubt about that.
    19 hours ago
    I agree that leisure has contributed more to overthinking than any other "vocation". Too much pastime is inexpedient; though is not that the message in my"bizarre" diatribe? That hopelessness, futility, is the antithesis of any "restorative" maneuver on our part? We must choose between rightness and happiness. I applaud those who might select the latter, despite its being a misleading digression from the certainty that we will one day face, and are only now beginning to intuit.
    20 hours ago
    Greg Wyndham how much of these discussions are the result of atavistic rejection of how decadent we have become. We didn’t have time for this stuff in the past. We were working and then we came home and did chores. We have idle hands and minds today that lets us get off on some bizarre tangents.
    20 hours ago 13
    These men knew what to fear:
    “I hope we shall… crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
    “There is an evil which ought to be guarded against in the indefinite accumulation of property from the capacity of holding it in perpetuity by corporations. The power of all corporations ought to be limited in this respect. The growing wealth acquired by them never fails to be a source of abuses.” ~ James Madison
    “We stand for the rights of property, but we stand even more for the rights of man. We will protect the rights of the wealthy man, but we maintain that he holds his wealth subject to the general right of the community to regulate its business use as the public welfare requires.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt
    “I again recommend a law prohibiting all corporations from contributing to the campaign expenses of any party. Let individuals contribute as they desire; but let us prohibit in effective fashion all corporations from making contributions for any political purpose, directly or indirectly.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt
    20 hours ago 7
    this was a great read, the one thing i took away from it was this..... the ppl voted in a Mayor who's only care is his town,no asperations of furthering his politial career.
    weneed more ppl like this and less of corp. controlles.
    19 hours ago 2
    There is no way on God’s green earth that 19th century Whigs cared about the success of poor girls. Come on.
    19 hours ago 2
    The end of democracy… If the environment was a stock I believe Id short the position. Natural resources are like the worlds savings account. The latest round of industry barons and environmental pilferers make the numbers work by rescinding carbon taxes and dropping out of accords. They are devoid of creativity and innovation and come as great recyclers of old ideas. The divisive nature of right and left politics see’s all infrastructures and educations undermined by ephemeral mandates. Countries may now see a flaw in democracy that allows the China’s and Russia’s to surge past us with long term strategy. When you see countries like Germany exercise such bold renewable energy initiatives, you have to wonder if we now have lost our way. All present and future wars will be fought in boardrooms and banks as democracy ends and they rule. You’d better hope they have your best interest in mind or you better hope you can afford the interest. The tunnel now forms at the end of the light with the end of bi-partisanship. Trump didn’t create this environment but he’s crude enough to allow you to see the cracks. You’d better hope your new leader is a Gates or a Buffet because you can see what a Mercer would do. While you argue about first and second amendment minutia there is an overarching principle being overlooked.
    20 hours ago 2
    It’s a little early for such naïveté.
    20 hours ago 1
    It’s never to early. You must start somewhere. Naive lol
    19 hours ago 1
    Oh look it didn’t take long for an anti-intellectual to throw out the overused trope ’the hatred by the left’. So much for forming a cohesive response to the article. I posit David Bakken not only couldn’t comprehend the opinion piece he didn’t read it either.
    19 hours ago 1
    Get rid of the GOP and the NRA and things will be a lot better.
    19 hours ago
    The hatred by the left is on full display
    19 hours ago
    Really? For the overly rich as well as the poor?
  • 21 hours ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    For these men, the appeal of veganism is not political or ethical, but about reaching higher performance levels as athletes.
    Two Ironmen, a Garage and a Vegan Agenda
    21 hours ago 25
    If they also cross-fit, God help us, we'll never hear the end of it.
    21 hours ago 4
    Add atheist to the mix...
    20 hours ago
    Soooo funny!!!

    20 hours ago 8
    Many athletes are discovering the benefits of eating plant-based. It makes sense. Humans have no biological need to consume the flesh or secretions of non-human animals. If we can live well without harming others, why wouldn't we? Go vegan. You'll be glad you did.
    19 hours ago 4
    Bill Christenson Do you really think that plants can feel pain? When people’s deeply held beliefs are challenged, they will grasp at the slenderest of straws. Let’s face it: nobody really believes that plants suffer identically to animals. If someone came along with a chain saw and trimmed some tree branches that were growing into your house, you would thank them. If they took the chain saw and cut a leg off of your dog, you would probably be pretty upset. Sentience is the capacity to feel, perceive, or experience subjectively. Although plants can react to stimuli, these reactions do not constitute sentience because they lack pain receptors, sensory organs, and a central nervous system to process sensations. Animals are able to consciously perceive their environment and consciously respond with many different behaviors to it. Plants lack this variability of response, in that they will react in the same manner regardless of different scenarios. For example, they will grow towards a light source whether they are outdoors and reacting to the path of the sun or indoors reacting to a stationary window or electric light bulb. Animals have evolved sentience because pain can help them to avoid harmful stimuli and pleasure can help them to seek and find beneficial stimuli. Plants have not evolved sentience because it doesn’t benefit them. Plants have no way to move away from drought, deluge, heat, or cold. But just for the sake of argument, let’s overlook the complete absence of credible evidence and assume that it is somehow true that plants are conscious, that plants are sentient beings, or that “psycho-botany” is a legitimate science. If you really believe that eating plants is no better or worse than eating animals, you need to consider that consuming animal flesh and secretions kills many times more plants than being vegan, because the farmed animals are fed enormous amounts of plants to be converted into a much smaller amount of flesh, milk, or eggs. Because of this, a non-vegan consumes more plants indirectly than a vegan does directly, because vegans don’t process their nutrients through someone else’s digestive system. In fact, producing a single pound of animal flesh requires that up to 16 pounds of innocent plants lose their lives. In the United States alone, 56 million acres of arable land are dedicated to growing hay for livestock, whereas only 4 million acres are used to grow fruits and vegetables for human consumption. Over 30% of the Earth’s land surface, which is equivalent to 70% of all agricultural land on the planet, is dedicated to raising farmed animals and growing crops to feed them. About 80% of all corn grown in the U.S., along with 30 million tons of soybean meal, is consumed by farmed animals. Worldwide, approximately 75% of soybeans are used for animal feed. Of the world’s more than seven billion people, more than 840 million suffer from chronic hunger. It is estimated that a person dies of hunger or hunger-related causes every ten seconds, most of them children. That’s 3,153,600 people who die of hunger every year. EarthSave, quoting a 1994 study, states that 10 billion people could be sustained from present croplands if all ate a vegetarian diet. Leave aside for now the fact that these figures demonstrate that animal agriculture requires an unsustainable depletion and unjust distribution of the Earth’s diminishing natural resources. Instead, for the moment, focus on the issue of suffering, which is bothering many meat-eaters so much that their only defense is to convince themselves that vegans must be just as guilty as they’re feeling, because after all, they inflict pain on innocent plants. If you are really concerned about reducing the amount of suffering in the world, then you have absolutely no way to justify eating meat, especially if you believe that plants also suffer. The suffering of the 70 billion land animals slaughtered for food every year is multiplied by up to 16 times if you accept the claim that plants, as well as animals, are sentient and therefore suffer when they are harvested. Confining, mutilating, forcibly impregnating, and killing animals for human consumption causes them to suffer. That’s undeniable. There has never been any proof from any controlled scientific experiment that planting, growing, pruning, and harvesting plants causes them to suffer. Someone who uses the “plants have feelings too” argument is using a logical fallacy called Tu Quoque (You do it, too!). This fallacy involves accusing your opponent of being guilty of doing the same thing they accuse you of, even though the two situations being compared are not identical. Because plants are not sentient, comparing a plant’s reactions to stimuli and an animal’s proven sentience is not the same, and this renders such an argument fallacious.
    19 hours ago 2
    If you only had to take a B12 supplement to save the lives of other sentient beings, why wouldn't you?
    19 hours ago 2
    Frederic Schlüter Yes, no biological need. There is nothing in animal flesh or secretions that doesn't originally come from plants, sun, water, and soil.
    19 hours ago 2
    Bill Christenson It is so disrespectful to make a mockery of the suffering of other sentient beings by comparing them to plants. If we were talking about the suffering of humans, would say "what about broccoli"
    19 hours ago 1
    Frederic Schlüter https://nutritionfac...-deficiencies-2/
    19 hours ago 1
    Frederic Schlüter Also, I'm pretty sure that the pill industry is not a multi-billion-dollar industry because of vegans. 😉
    19 hours ago 1
    Bill Christenson Also, "to each their own" is a vegan sentiment. To each their own flesh, their own skin, their own babies, their own lives.
    19 hours ago
    Without harming others? You mean animals or other humans? To each their own but plants are living things also.
    19 hours ago
    No biological Need? Yeah right. Thats Why you need to take pills
    19 hours ago
    Exactly! I just regret that it took me so long after going vegetarian to go vegan. My energy level is up and my migraines have disappeared - 6 years into veganism now, and I'll never look back. I run circles around my younger co-workers, and my conscience is at peace.
    20 hours ago 7
    This article attempts to create causality between veganism and increased physical performance. However, none of what's mentioned actually proof that. I'd say this article proofs that regular exercise helps balance or reduce weight while increasing fitness. If you drop weight and increase your fitness (incl lung capacity) you'd obviously use less oxygen. Not rocket science 😉
    19 hours ago 1
    Well, the article specifically points out that the one guy shaved an hour off his triathlon time after switching to a vegan diet. So clearly, this guy was physically fit before he went vegan, and his weight loss can't be attributed to exercise alone. I'm not saying there's definitive causality but it's not just regular exercise either.
    19 hours ago
    Still trying to grasp a relevant point?!? The why of this article, specifically. ⭐🌿
    21 hours ago 6
    Veganism destroyed my body and the bodies of many others. Maybe you can write an article about that next? #exvegan
    19 hours ago 2
    What were you eating? For how long were you eating plant-based?
    19 hours ago 1
    What exactly happened to you?
    19 hours ago 1
    Shari Bambino provide some scientific evidence. You are just providing anecdotal stories. It sounds like you have a digestive disorder and should work with a plant based doctor.
    19 hours ago 1
    No, I didn't do it wrong. I know some do but that wasn't the case with me. I've made 3 serious long-term attempts over the years. I just feel terrible without animal foods. I get sick. I eat a whole foods diet anyway so it's not like I was eating a crap-filled vegan diet. I ate a wide variety of foods and supplemented properly.This is a real issue for many people. I think most human bodies do much better with animals foods in the diet. Google ex vegan and read their stories. There are many out there who tried very hard to eliminate animal foods and were unsuccessful because their bodies rejected the idea.  Now, I abhor factory farming and don't participate in that and wish others would do the same. I eat animals who have had natural lives, never confined, and were always treated with great care and respect. Animals eat other animals for the most part. That's just how life evolved. I don't have a problem with another animal dying so I can eat it. I do have a problem with torturing and abusing animals. I have great respect for anyone who is willing to sacrifice for the sake of animals but I think that only a very few can get away with it long term. We'd have a whole lot more vegans running around if this way of eating really made most people better. Yes, many see improvements at first because they stop eating crap all the time. A few do well on it long term but not most.
    20 hours ago 1
    Um. They are going to need some meat at some point if they really want to get some gains
    19 hours ago 3
    There is nothing unique in animal flesh that someone will need to build muscle. Check out the No Meat Athlete.
    19 hours ago 1
    I’m sorry but neither of those two has any scientific qualifications to make the judgement that switching to a vegan diet improved their performance. They have no idea whether that correlation was from their diet or training, and even if the change was due to the diet, whether being vegan had anything to do with it.
    19 hours ago 1
    Good article. My experience has been similar in that my 55 year old self can outperform my 35 year old self across the board. And going plant based exposed me more to the cruelty to animals and harmful environmental impact of factory farming. I happily don’t support that industry or the processed food industry.
    19 hours ago
    So how many kg of soy they Need to eat to get as much protein as someone who eats 150g of meat?
    19 hours ago
    If all that is wrong with you is meat I wouldn’t worry. Id kick the booze or meth first if you want quick results.
    19 hours ago
    Among the many LIES of the beef council is that athletes need to gnaw on rotting flesh to be viable.
  • 22 hours ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    Tina Fey, a former "S.N.L." cast member, brought back her most beloved character as host of the season finale.
    ‘S.N.L.’: Tina Fey Reprises Sarah Palin in a Star-Filled Season Finale
    20 hours ago 5
    Fey was not just a cast member, she was the first female SNL Head writer, sigh...
    20 hours ago 2
    The show was hilarious.Trump and his inner circle having dinner and Robert DeNiro playing Mueller walking in the restaurant at the beginning of the show was gaspingly funny. Fey's opening of the show with all those surprise quest was definately a don't turn the channel type of opening. SNL 👍
    19 hours ago 1
    Can you say..."Soprano finale-ish? BRILLIANT
    20 hours ago 2
    Now that should rile Trumpanzee’s supporters, if they can understand the humor!
    20 hours ago
    President Trump supporters didn't watch. They were in bed because they have jobs they go to in the morning. And they don't smoke pot.
    19 hours ago
    Jeffrey Morse Most people have Sunday off, so they can stay up late and smoke a little pot if they want.
    22 hours ago 2
    Fey did well, but it was a fairly uneven show for the season's last episode. Besides the decent opening, I thought there were too many Trump bits that didn't really hit the ground running. I would have liked to have seen a little more originality.  I think this will be Luke Null's last show. He's got that one-and-done vibe about him that we see with so many others who didn't last past their first season
    21 hours ago 1
    Things are finally looking up for ol’ Liz Lemon...
    22 hours ago 1
    Being sprayed with poisons by criminals in our own governments https://www.youtube....ch?v=cTd_WCi3IT4
    22 hours ago
    ... and for the inevitable foolish laughing at facts and blind submission to government authority, here are some additional pieces of information: https://www.youtube....ch?v=fP0o1phfpsw
    20 hours ago
    Sarah and Tina are both past their prime. This can only be nostalgia.
    19 hours ago
    Dylan Bloch
    20 hours ago
    Comedy for the choir.
  • 22 hours ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    When you're moving across state lines, you want to hire a mover you can trust. Here's how to make sure that happens.
    Hire Interstate Movers Without Getting Scammed
    22 hours ago 3
    Better to drive yourself. You can't trust anyone these days even the doctors.
    22 hours ago 2
    Your newspaper is absolute trash.
    22 hours ago 5
    What's the matter, Mikey? Are you in the shady moving business?
    22 hours ago 2
    Then why are you reading it, Michael D Abbott? You must be into absolute trash.
    19 hours ago
    If you have no picture or friends in your profile I can lend you some I’m not using. Just decide if you’re going to be a boy or a girl or perhaps a hybrid. Your life can be as good as the families they sell in wallet pictures. I can provide some bio material which shows how funny you are and “what a good lover!!!” I was thinking of charging for all of this but decided I’ll give it away for free like MS DOS. I’ll save all of you; I might have a use for you later.
    22 hours ago 2
    Is this really a issue in the US? Getting scammed by movers? 😮
    22 hours ago 2
    I can tell some of these commenters are too high to make intelligent responses. I'll come back tomorrow.
    22 hours ago 2
    Greyhound Package Express is very cheap for small items. Five 100 lb. boxes, max side length 40 in $680.75 or
    Eight 40 lb. boxes, max side length 24 in $231.50 self-pickup.
    22 hours ago 1
    Гімн до вмираючої людини Нехай смерть не буде твоєю головною піснею
    Хоча ти ступив біля твоєї могили,
    Ай! Боротися, важко і довго
    Хоробрий серце робить душу хоробрим. Нехай смерть не буде твоїм головним страхом
    Хоча в смерті ми приймаємо біль,
    Нехай кохання буде дорогим твоїм
    Здобудь силу, щоб знову любити. Нехай смерть не буде твоєю головною піснею
    Вся горе, так чи інакше,
    Але залишатися внизу неправильно,
    Тримай руку свого ближнього! Нехай ненавидять твого головного ворога,
    Не гони, плем'я не ненавиджу;
    Ненависть це божевілля, і так є ворожнеча,
    Люби все постійно, ніколи не пізно. Нехай смерть не буде твоєю головною піснею
    Стислість робить одного вбивства лева
    Залишайтеся міцними, залишайтеся сильними;
    Співай мою пісню, збудовану на горі. Сіон. Любов божественна; ненавидіти людину
    Ніяка гонка не краща, ніж інша,
    Будь це чорна або біла жінка,
    Всі створені рівні, брате. Нехай не буде горе ваша пісня твоя
    Інші стурбовані теж; інші стурбовані теж
    Тримай голову високо серед товпи,
    За темними хмарами незабаром лежить сонце. Нехай смерть не буде твоєю головною піснею
    Візьми собі вмираючий ліжко і йди,
    Якщо ти дихаєш, сподівайся довго
    Смерть не має більше жала, правда так. Нехай воєн не буде твоєю головною любов'ю
    Мир божественний, воєн злий такий людський,
    Не встань позаду тебе, перчатка любові;
    Нехай кров твоя не проллє, це людина. Пожежа не випускає вогонь,
    Все, що вам потрібно, це холодні води,
    Не нестримне політичне бажання
    Глухий плач, але звук до холодних війн. Нехай смерть не буде твоєю головною піснею
    Напишіть свою пісню, святкуй своє життя,
    Це життя живе один раз, мій син,
    Будьте позитивними, хоча в суєті. Нехай смерть не буде твоєю головною піснею
    Ви не перший, ані останній
    Вставай, посипай попіл, не залишайся
    Бути сміливим; в доброму, будь швидким Якщо буде смерть, то любов бути причиною;
    Не війни, ані ненависті, ані дурні бої,
    Не червоне серце, темне і так звичайно
    Нехай кохання буде там, де ненавидять; бути правим. Нехай смерть не буде твоєю головною піснею;
    Співає день і ніч
    Співай знову алікілікілікі бонг,
    До сонця забарвить ніч.
    22 hours ago 1
    Yes. North American Van Lines stole all of my power tools, my daughter’s toys and movies and a box of my
    Clothes and coats. They tried to settle for $100. The moving broker was the crook and never took my calls. It was a nightmare
    22 hours ago 1
    Why? You don't have goods trains in America? Why use roads?
    22 hours ago 1
    Noël
    20 hours ago
    Tyler!
  • 23 hours ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    Slathered with homemade vanilla custard and a chocolate glaze, it hits all the right notes.
    Boston Cream Pie Recipe
    23 hours ago 3
    Yes! I can make one Sunday and start the diet up again on Monday.
    23 hours ago 2
    i’ll even buy all of the things and lend you my oven if you come and make this Karyn 🤞🏼
    21 hours ago 1
    Only if the salt is kosher...
    21 hours ago 2
    Stephanie Gabaree - your Mum did a perfect Boston Cream Pie 💕
    21 hours ago
    Still one of my favorite cakes! YUM!
    21 hours ago
    Sorry.
    22 hours ago 2
    My mother made the absolute Best Boston cream pie when I was young.. all from scratch. I wish I had her recipe.
    21 hours ago
    Sorry.
    21 hours ago 2
    Ciara Murphy - you’ll have to make this for Dave!
    21 hours ago
    Oh he'd love that. Might make it for his birthday... Next February 🤣🤣
    22 hours ago 1
    I saw it in a documentary even noted me that Hotel which is famous for it's best pie in Boston 😋😋😋 yummy
    21 hours ago 1
    I heard Jackson Pollock hated cream pies. He said, "it's like the paint never left the can to grace the canvas."
    22 hours ago 1
    How do you guys sleep at night when you work for such an evil and repulsive newspaper?
    21 hours ago 2
    Can we please keep this thread coyly sexual? Thanks.
    19 hours ago
    This must have sounded relevant in the original Russian.
    20 hours ago
    My gosh, a good recipe from the NYT. Most of their recipes are pretty bad.
    20 hours ago
    Lesa Offermann I saw this and thought of that sloppy mess we made 😂
  • 1 day ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    It's like raaaaaaaaaain on your wedding day
    It's a free riiiiiiiiiiiiide when you've already paid
    It's the good adviiiiiiiiiiice that you just didn't take
    And who would've thought - it figures 🎸🎶🤘
    Alanis Morissette Made the Most Woke Musical. Isn’t It Ironic?
    23 hours ago 5
    Most woke? You have 10 year olds writing at your publication now?
    1 day ago 4
    Welp, “woke” is now officially uncool.
    23 hours ago 1
    welp
    welp/
    exclamationUS
    exclamation: welp  nonstandard spelling of well1, representing an informal pronunciation (typically used to convey resignation or disappointment).
    "welp, spring break is pretty much over"
    1 day ago 1
    Not as uncool as "welp."
    1 day ago 1
    Nancy L. Butterfield Welp, I guess were in disagreement there, buckaroonie.
    1 day ago
    It never was.
    22 hours ago
    Gabriel Schleifer that's buckaroonette to you.
    1 day ago 4
    If this is woke I'm going back to bed. Wake me up when some good stuff gets here.
    21 hours ago
    1 day ago 4
    I think the New York Times is drunk tonight.
    1 day ago 3
    New York Times... You’re drunk. Go to bed!!
    1 day ago 1
    G'night from the west coast 😂😂😂
    1 day ago 1
    When you smoke the herb, it reveals you to yourself, New York Times, tonight is ur night 🦄
    1 day ago 1
    Ilitye lefilosofi Kutheni umkhonzi osweleyo ebekhona
    Ukuba nguye kuphela omele akukhonze
    Kuwe, uhlala khona,
    Uzikhonze ngonaphakade?
    Iingcebiso ngeebhiliyoni zingcono, kabini,
    Ngaphezu kweebhiliyoni zeengcebiso.
    Yintoni ke ibhabhathathane ukuba ibhabhise
    Emazulwini ngamaphiko kaCaterpillar,
    Emva koko uphonsa othulini kunye nobuhle bayo?
    Ixesha lifutshane kakhulu ukuba ubuhle bongeze amaphiko.
    Wawuthambisa umthombo, wahlamba iqula njengesihogo;
    Dry umthombo, abaninzi bafela uthando.
    Ukuzidla ngokutya, ubuhlwempu kunye nogonyamelo,
    Njengombolekayo uthengisa inkululeko yakhe.
    Ukuba ufuna ukutshaya ingqolowa yengqolowa,
    Qaphela iibhola zakho kunye nelitye.
    Izilumko zidla izidlo eziziimfama,
    Njengesityebi esidla isonka abahluphekiyo;
    Fumana ityala lefilosofi,
    Ukuba kufuneka ubambe igolide.
    21 hours ago
    Stop. Saying. Woke.
    20 hours ago
    Are you TRYING to get me to cancel my subscription?
    23 hours ago
    "opiate addition"? The New York Times writer actually mean "addiction"?
    22 hours ago 1
    Nice catch. Can't believe I missed it. Must be time for some shuteye.
  • 1 day ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    A sampling of the island’s beautiful vistas, ancient culture and what might be the best gelato in the world.
    A Tour of Small-Town Sicily
    1 day ago 6
    Sicily The greatest example of culture mix. Nice!
    1 day ago 4
    Just 3 weeks left for our trip to Modica
    1 day ago 3
    The most beautiful place I have ever been
    21 hours ago 2
    Really NEW YORK TIMES?!?
    No access... can’t yuu find inventive ways to our extra adds so we can read it online?!?
    Give me a reason Not to be disappointed
    1 day ago 2
    Been there several times. One of my favorite places.
    22 hours ago 1
    I lived there for four glorious years.  I still dream of Sicily and wonder what was true and what is imagination?
    20 hours ago
    The real deal, one of our best-ever trips. A month of wonderful people, awesome architecture, ancient ruins, such good food. Erice, Modica, Agrigento, Taormina and more.
    1 day ago
    I like Greece + Italy for a vacation destination 1 day.. Do I have to learn the language?
    21 hours ago 1
    Zerrin Sen ty
    1 day ago
    No, you will get along with English just fine
    1 day ago
    Hopefully orthodox radical Islamic Cowherd of men will not ruin this, with the new governance in place
    1 day ago 7
    So obvious, troll! Reported.
    22 hours ago 1
    This is not true, just a part of the wonderful sicilian architecture was built during that period. Many and many things were built before and after.
    23 hours ago 1
    An educated mind (not you of course), would know that most of the magnificent Sicilian architecture was built during the Muslim occupation!
    21 hours ago
    Luca Gregorio Nicoletti Correct, but there is no doubt Sicily had a golden age in many ways during the centuries of Arab rule.
    19 hours ago
    Beautiful places lovely people great food
  • 1 day ago by The New York Times

    The New York Times
    The week’s most notable new songs and music videos.
    The Playlist: Lil Peep’s Sweet Gloom, and 8 More New Songs
    1 day ago 1
    Seriously, the scene is getting stale.
    Time for new opinionistas at the Times.
    1 day ago 1
    Haven't heard a song that makes me wanna get up in six months.
    Kids be phoning it in.
    1 day ago
    This is what I tell young people;
    "We listen to songs and really appreciate the beauty of voices"
    or
    "Rap is God's gift to people who cannot sing."
    😛
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    19 hours ago 1
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    19 hours ago
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    19 hours ago
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    Loved it!
    19 hours ago
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    19 hours ago
    Thérèse Whyte Laos airlines nearly as bad.
    19 hours ago
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    19 hours ago
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    19 hours ago
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    19 hours ago
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    19 hours ago
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