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anonymous asked:

I wish I felt like that, about not having to have small boon to go braless. I've got Ds and I have the cutest halter top that rides low in the back so it's meant to worn without a bra but when I see the way they look I can't even imagine leaving the house.(my boobs aren't super saggy or anything normal or a D)

if you aren’t confident enough to wear it at the moment you don’t have to. But the thing is the bigger they’re the more they “sag”, cause realistic big boobs don’’t just sit there all perky as if gravity doesn’t exist. I’m a 10DD and mine aren’t perfectly perky and I’ve come to like and accept them and tbh as weird as this sounds but like certain models and actresses who have a similar bodies to mine have helped me like them the way they are more. But imo I think you should wear those halter tops and cause car crashes so

Photos- La princesse Charlène de Monaco rayonnante au gala de la Croix-Rouge
Samedi soir, à Monaco, avait lieu la 67e édition du gala de la Croix-Rouge. Pour l'événement, 850 invites ont applaudi le chanteur Sting lors de ce gala annuel au cours duquel la princesse Charlène et le prince Albert de Monaco sont apparus plus détendus que jamais.

Les photographes trépignent dans le hall. Ils ont vu passer Michèle Mercier, Shirley Bassey, Victoria Silvsted, et les deux artistes qui vont co-animer la tombola de la soirée, Laurent Gerra et Frédérique Bel en robe Zuhair Murad, mais le prince Albert de Monaco et Charlène se font attendre. Finalement, le couple fait son entrée. La princesse, magnifique en combinaison rouge asymétrique –un code couleur de circonstance- que certains attribuent au couturier Valentino, garde le teint pâle en dépit du soleil de plomb monégasque. Les festivités peuvent commencer.

Pour l’occasion de ce 67ème gala de la Croix-Rouge, le Sporting d’été a été décoré à la façon de la galerie des glaces. Dans la salle, un jardin d’été improvisé donne sur la Méditerranée. 850 convives qui ont payé 1200 euros leur couvert, sans compter les boissons servies à la demande, profitent d’un menu qui débute par une petite boite de caviar surmontée du logo de la Croix-Rouge. Insolite, mais pourquoi pas? C’est en tout cas le plat de secours le plus utile à tous les jet setteurs. Pendant que les invités, qui rivalisent de toilettes spectaculaires, plongent le nez dans leur assiettes, les groupes New Orlans Swamp Donkeys puis Sporting Summer Band assurent l’ambiance musicale. Vers minuit, un feu d’artifice illumine le ciel. Il est tiré de bâteaux amarrés dans la baie. On pense immédiatement que la comtesse Béatrice Borroméo qui vient de s’unir à Pierre Casiraghi, fils de la princesse Caroline de Hanovre, doit en profiter. Tout comme les invités de la noce. C’est superbe, la température est très douce puisqu’il a fait 36 degrés en journée. Mais le point d’orgue n’est pas atteint.  Tout le monde attend le concert de Sting qui apparait  sur la (…)

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Photos- La princesse Charlène de Monaco rayonnante au gala de la Croix-Rouge
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Επιχειρηματίας ξεσπά κατά Βαρουφάκη: Μας γονατίσατε

Μας γονατίσατε - μας γονατίσατε" έλεγε συνέχεια στον  Γιάνη Βαρουφάκη ένας επιχειρηματίας που τον συνάντησε στο κέντρο.Ο  επιχειρηματίας, ιδιοκτήτης ενός μικρού τουριστικού γραφείου, συναντήθηκε τυχαία με το πρώην υπουργό οικονομικών Γαιάνη  Βαρουφάκη στο κέντρο της Αθήνας, όπου ο πρώην υπουργός έκανε δηλώσεις σε τηλεοπτικό κανάλι,

Abradee: não pagamento de garantias pela Santo Antônio afetará agentes do setor

O presidente da Associação Brasileira de Distribuidores de Energia Elétrica (Abradee), Nelson Leite, afirmou nesta quarta-feira, 22, que o não pagamento pela Santo Antônio Energia (SAE) de garantias financeiras de R$ 470 milhões referentes à contabilização de junho deste ano terá efeito sobre todos os agentes do setor elétrico. Ele explicou que o montante não pago pela usina será rateado entre todos os seus credores no âmbito da Câmara de Comercialização de Energia Elétrica (CCEE).

A Santo Antônio Energia informou na terça-feira, 21, que não conseguiu obter o total das garantias pedidas pela CCEE. “Se Santo Antônio não pagar, haverá um rateio pelos credores da usina na CCEE. As distribuidoras e outros agentes vão ter que absorver esses R$ 470 milhões”, disse Leite.

A Santo Antônio Energia havia conseguido uma liminar que a isentava de pagar pela energia não fornecida pela usina por 56 dias, sob a alegação de que esse atraso causado por greves nas obras do empreendimento não eram de responsabilidade da empresa. Mas a Abradee conseguiu derrubar a liminar na Justiça e mesmo assim a companhia não honrou esse compromisso.

“Entramos com pedidos na Agência Nacional de Energia Elétrica (Aneel) e na CCEE para que distribuidoras que não tivessem condições pagarem suas liquidações não fossem consideradas inadimplentes, porque estão amparadas por uma decisão judicial”, completou o executivo.

Merkel says Greece must act fast as banks prepare to reopen

By Costas Pitas and Lefteris Papadimas

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece will reopen its banks on Monday for the first time in three weeks, but with restrictions on withdrawals still in place, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the government would have to move fast on any new bailout terms.

The cautious reopening of the banks, and an increase in value added tax on restaurant food and public transport from Monday, are aimed at restoring trust inside and outside Greece after an aid-for-reforms deal last week averted bankruptcy.

Greeks will be able to withdraw 420 euros a week at once instead of just 60 euros a day but capital controls will remain.

“That’s not a normal life so we have to negotiate quickly,” Merkel said in extracts from an interview with German public broadcaster ARD.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is trying to turn a corner after he reluctantly agreed to negotiate a third bailout, allowing the European Central Bank to top up emergency credit lines but prompting a rebellion in his leftist Syriza party.

The head of Greece’s banking association Louka Katseli urged Greeks to do the opposite of what they have done for months and put cash back on their bank accounts rather than withdraw more.

“Tomorrow when the banks reopen and normality is restored, let’s all help our economy. If we take our money out of chests and from our homes - where they are not safe in any case - and we deposit them in the banks, we will strengthen the liquidity of the economy,” she told Skai television on Sunday.

Merkel said it would be possible to talk about changing the maturities of Greece’s debt or reducing the interest Athens has to pay after the first successful review of the new bailout package to be negotiated.

Berlin, the biggest contributor to eurozone bailouts, would do all it could to bring talks to a successful conclusion but would “negotiate hard” to ensure Athens stuck to agreements, she said.

“That certainly won’t be easy because there are things that we have discussed with all of the Greek governments since 2010 that have never been done but that have been done in other countries like Portugal and Ireland,” she said.

ELECTIONS

Acceptance of the bailout terms that meant the banks could reopen marked a turnaround for Tsipras after months of difficult talks and a referendum that rejected a less stringent deal proposed by the lenders.

He sacked party rebels in a government reshuffle on Friday and is seeking a swift start to talks on the bailout accord with European partners and the IMF before elections which Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis said were likely in September or October.

But while opinion polls suggest the prime minister’s popularity remains high, on the streets of Athens some were sceptical that the bank reopening would change much in a recession-hit country with over 25 percent unemployment rate.

“The banks opening tomorrow won’t change anything for me,” said 31-year old hotel worker Joanna Arvanitaki. “I never used to withdraw 60 euros a day - 60 euros is what I had a week for my expenditure.”

German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said this deal could succeed where previous ones failed because the European Union now emphasises growth and investment rather than just austerity.

It would depend on reforms being enacted and “convincing the population that this is a path that allows Greece to assert itself rather than becoming a permanent alms-receiver,” he said in extracts from a television interview.

GERMAN SCEPTICISM

French President Francois Hollande, who pushed hard for a deal, said the Greek crisis had weakened Europeans’ faith in the European project and revived calls for the creation of a euro zone government.

“What threatens us is not an excess of Europe but its insufficiency,” he wrote in an op-ed in the Journal du Dimanche weekly newspaper.

Gabriel rejected accusations Germany had been too hard on Athens and criticised Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble for suggesting Greece could quit the euro zone temporarily. For her part, Merkel said the euro zone had turned its back on the idea.

But in a sign of the challenge for euro zone leaders to convince their electorates of the merits of the deal, more than half of Germans think the planned deal with Greece is bad and many would have preferred it left the euro zone, a YouGov survey seen by German newspaper Welt am Sonntag showed.

The deal struck at a euro zone summit last week allowed the European Central Bank to top up emergency credit lines which the Greek banking sector needs to survive.

“The banks are ready to open and we don’t expect any major problems on Monday,” an official at the Central Bank of Greece told Reuters.

As well as getting a weekly limit instead of a daily one, customers will also be able to access their safety deposit boxes and withdraw money without a credit card.

Deposit boxes are not affected by the capital restrictions and clients can therefore take whatever they want from them, bank officials said. But restrictions on transfers abroad and other capital controls remain in place.

“We are expecting queues in our branches in the first two or three days. Many people will ask to open their safe deposit boxes,” an official at EFG Eurobank, the country’s third-largest bank by assets, said.

(Additional reporting by Michelle Martin in Berlin; Writing by Ingrid Melander; Editing by Philippa Fletcher)

Belka: Musimy skończyć z wyczynowym kapitalizmem
Musimy skończyć z wyczynowym kapitalizmem, który uprawiamy w Polsce od 25 lat. Powinniśmy podnieść płace, opodatkować bogatych i przepływ kapitału - mówi prof. Marek Belka.
Sabah state govt welcomes setting up of special committee

KOTA KINABALU: The setting up of a special committee to study Sabah’s entitlement to 40 percent of the net revenue collected by the federal government is highly welcomed by the state government.
Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said it reflected that the federal government is listening and are taking steps to address grievances and issues affecting the people of Sabah.
“I have discussed this matter with the Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman awhile back and had given the green light for the forums on this issue to be held to gather feedback from the people.
"I have also discussed this issue with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and he has been receptive.
"This issue is of concern to the state government and we certainly welcome the setting up of the special committee and hope it will put to rest queries regarding Sabah’s rights to this entitlement,” he said in a statement.
Musa added that it was unfortunate certain quarters have been using this and other issues to confuse the people and tarnish the image of the ruling govt in order to further their vested interest.
On Wednesday, Anifah in Putrajaya announced that Najib has agreed to the forming of the committee, which will study thoroughly several issues especially on the financial rights of the oil and gas royalty, which was last paid in 1974.
He however did not elaborate who will sit in the committee or when it will be formed.