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Further Future: The Weirdest, Skimpiest New Rager This Side of Burning Man Photos | GQ

Further Future: The Weirdest, Skimpiest New Rager This Side of Burning Man Photos | GQ

Acid Attack in UK In May a woman living in Romford, North East London, was left horrific injuries to her face and upper body, after she opened the door to a stranger, and was squirted with an acidic substance.  Photo: PA  The number of assaults involving acid throwing and other corrosive substances has tripled in six years in England, official records show.

Acid Attack in UK In May a woman living in Romford, North East London, was left horrific injuries to her face and upper body, after she opened the door to a stranger, and was squirted with an acidic substance. Photo: PA The number of assaults involving acid throwing and other corrosive substances has tripled in six years in England, official records show.

I have no problem with Muslims or Australians ~ but if your primary news source is coming from these two foreign billionaires ~ You're Nuts!

I have no problem with Muslims or Australians ~ but if your primary news source is coming from these two foreign billionaires ~ You're Nuts!

The paddock before the Breeder's Cup

The paddock before the Breeder's Cup

Photoshopped photo! http://www.snopes.com/fox-news-saudi-megyn-kelly/ However, he does hold 6.6% stake in 21st Century Fox.

Photoshopped photo! http://www.snopes.com/fox-news-saudi-megyn-kelly/ However, he does hold 6.6% stake in 21st Century Fox.

In this Feb. 20, 2013 photo, nearly 3,000 cadets stand listening to announcements before eating lunch together inside the dining hall at the U.S. Air Force Academy, north of Colorado Springs, Colo. The Colorado economy could lose more than $48 million in wages over the next few months if automatic spending cuts take effect, a Colorado Springs business official said Thursday. That total is for civilian employees at Air Force installations alone, said Andrew Merritt, chief defense industry…

In this Feb. 20, 2013 photo, nearly 3,000 cadets stand listening to announcements before eating lunch together inside the dining hall at the U.S. Air Force Academy, north of Colorado Springs, Colo. The Colorado economy could lose more than $48 million in wages over the next few months if automatic spending cuts take effect, a Colorado Springs business official said Thursday. That total is for civilian employees at Air Force installations alone, said Andrew Merritt, chief defense industry…

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