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Second nature

They haven’t been this loud in a while, the voices. Stringing words together to make a sentence. Abstract, different yet the same. There is no safe place

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I see you’re one of my new followers, so hello there. Your blog is kinda vintage looking, has pretty pictures and I like that. Also you’re in love with 5SOS and like I’m in love with them too so that’s cool. But hey, welcome to my so called blog, and I hope you enjoy it xx

How To Live Without You

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by LockTheDragon

Stiles is trying to live his life after Derek leaves and it doesn’t seem to be working out how he thought it would. Years later, will that all change?

Words: 3796, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English



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Shower for Two

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by impalaster

Based on an imagine from dirtysupernaturalimagines.tumblr.com
Imagine after hunts, you and Sam always shower together ( platonically) because both of you want the first shower. But it moves into more than friends territory one night.
(y/n) = your name
Sequel in the works

Words: 3796, Chapters: 1/?, Language: English



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waiting for love to change the world

by motherstrucker

The door swings open and Harry, once again, feels all the breath leave her chest. She feels herself trying to catch herself before she stumbles into Louis’s outstretched arms.

She stops short as she finds her breath again, stops for a split second before that smile is stretching across Louis’ face. The toothy one where she bites her lip only very slightly, where her eyes shine bright - the glistening blue catching in the light of the sun.

The smile that breaks down everything inside of Harry, everything that she builds up in her head every time she leaves Louis’s presence just crumbles to the ground. The smile that just causes Harry to think; fuck it, before falling forward and letting Louis catch her in a hug.


or, a story told through the seasons as harry finds her way around a brand new school whilst falling in love.

Words: 3796, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English

Series: Part 3 of you’re still a mystery



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Snoop Dogg Stopped by Italian Customs...

Snoop Dogg has had another run-in with European authorities. Italian financial police said they stopped the rapper at the Lamezia Terme airport in Calabria on Saturday with $422,000 in cash, well above the limit that can legally be transported across EU borders undeclared. The incident comes less than a week after Snoop Dogg was briefly stopped in Sweden on suspicion of drug use after a concert near Stockholm. Last weekend in Sweden, the rapper was questioned and tested for suspected drug use north of the capital.


You Can't Die

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by ItsAllAboutFreedom

Stiles want to help the pack with catching vampires. Derek doesn’t want him to.

Words: 3796, Chapters: 2/2, Language: English

Series: Part 1 of Sterek One Shots



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40 ans de blockbusters hollywoodiens : Top Gun (1986)

Le blockbuster a 40 ans. Pour célébrer la quarantaine d'un genre né avec Les Dents de la mer de Steven Spielberg, voici notre série d'été sur 40 ans de blockbusters de légende à Hollywood. 11ème épisode : Top Gun.


>>> Notre dossier 40 ans de blockbusters

Tom Cruise était déjà une star avant l'été 86, mais c'est Top Gun qui fait de lui une icône. Dans les mois qui suivent la sortie du film, si les candidatures à la Navy et à l'US Air Force se mettent soudainement à grimper en flèche, c'est parce que tous les gosses d'Amérique veulent ressembler à Maverick, le pilote tête brûlée de la Fighter Weapons School. Trois ans avant, c'étaient les mêmes qui étaient tous allés s'acheter une paire de Ray-Ban Wayfarer en sortant de Risky Business. Pour l'acteur, le film sera encore plus qu'un marchepied vers la gloire : un manifeste. Un étendard. On retrouvera des échos de Maverick dans presque tous ses personnages futurs : le pilote de Jours de Tonnerre (Top Gun avec des voitures), le barman de Cocktail (Top Gun dans un bar), Ethan Hunt, Jerry Maguire… Et le public finira par le confondre avec ce personnage de jeune loup reaganien aux dents longues (et très blanches), un type uniquement drivé par la performance et l'excellence. Pour l'intéressé, c'est un peu plus complexe que ça, comme il l'expliquera génialement un jour au détour d'une interview : “Les gens me disent : vous êtes juste une star dans Top Gun. Mais j'ai toujours pensé que j'étais un acteur jouant un personnage qui se prend pour une star.” Une synthèse parfaite de sa carrière.

>>> Le blockbuster : 40 ans toujours costaud

Si Top Gun est un manifeste, c'est bien sûr aussi celui de son duo de producteurs, les amusants Don Simpson et Jerry Bruckheimer. A ce moment-là, les deux associés avaient déjà explosé le box-office et redéfini les règles du business avec Flashdance et Le Flic de…



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Batman V Superman : Jena Malone ne jouera pas Robin. Batgirl, alors ?
En fait, pas de Ghostbusters masculin au programme, d'après Ivan Reitman
Jane Got a Gun : Nouveau déboire pour le western de Natalie Portman
Tootsie élu meilleur film de tous les temps
40 ans de blockbusters hollywoodiens : Retour vers le futur (1985)

Emilia Clarke et Channing Tatum : soirée coquine à trois

Tout a commencé comme une blague. Dans une interview, la star de Games Of Thrones, Emilia Clarke confiait : “ J‘étais à la soirée après la cérémonie des Golden Globes, et c'est là que Channing Tatum est venu vers moi avec sa très belle femme, Jenna. Et ils m'ont raconté ” on s'appelle “ lune de ma vie ” et “ soleil et étoiles ”. Et là j'ai dit “ je ne peux pas me retenir mais s'il vous plait, est-ce qu'on peut avoir une relation sexuelle ensemble ”. La suite ? C'est Channing Tatum qui l'a racontée au micro d’Howard Stern sur Sirius XM radio “ là j'ai regardé ma femme pour voir sa réaction. Jenna est très pro, elle a répondu un truc du genre 3Ok faisons-le ” avant de préciser : “il ne s'est rien passé ”.

Malgré tout, la proposition de la délurée célibataire de 28 ans n'est pas tombée dans l'oreille d'un sourd. A l'entendre la star de Magic Mike XXL ne serait pas contre ce genre d'expérience. “ Mais allez, quel mec ne le ferait pas. Je mettrais des haillons, je porterais des épées pour que cela arrive. J'irais même chercher un dragon ”, a-t-il ajouté, faisant allusion au personnage incarné par Emilia dans la célèbre série Daenerys Targaryen, dotée du sang du dragon. Voilà un garçon très ouvert ! Reste plus qu'à convaincre la femme de l'acteur, et maman de sa fille Everly, 2 ans. Pour cela, il a un truc. Interviewé sur comment il avait réussi à faire durer leur histoire dix ans, dont sept mariés il répond : “ la clé c'est la communication et le fait d'être vraiment honnête sur ce qu'on veut vraiment - sur ses fantasmes ou autres ” . Une bonne discussion chez les Tatum s'impose donc.

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Polémique : David Guetta fait monter un cheval sur scène
Selena Gomez et Justin Bieber dans la friend zone ?
Bruno Gollnisch compare les rivalités au FN… à la “zizanie” du village d'Astérix
La photo WTF : Allô maman bobo, Laurent Wauquiez souriant… malgré son bras en écharpe !
Tweet du jour : Ségolène Royal salue la “bonne ambiance” au Sénat… en montrant un hémicycle presque vide !
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Lines go silent in Finnish town of Salo as Microsoft shuts Nokia phone unit

By Anna Ercanbrack

HELSINKI (Reuters) - When U.S. software giant Microsoft bought Nokia’s struggling mobile phone business last year, the inhabitants of Salo – a town of 54,000 in southern Finland – thought the move would revive the local economy.

But their hopes were crushed last week when Microsoft announced it would close Nokia’s former product development unit in the town, putting all 1,100 jobs at risk. Last year the U.S. company had said it could hire more staff in Salo.

The decline of Finland’s electronics industry as Nokia lost competitiveness against peers Apple and Samsung, along with falling global demand for paper products and EU sanctions on neighboring Russia, have entrenched the Scandinavian country in a three-year recession.

Towns like Salo, home to one of Nokia’s first factories set up in the 1970s, have been particularly hard hit.

Prime Minister Juha Sipila called Microsoft’s decision last week “a big blow,” and visited Salo on Monday to hear from locals how the government could best help the town.

A former engineer and telecoms executive, Sipila was elected in April on a promise to balance Finland’s budget, cut bureaucracy and lower taxes for small companies.

He has advocated the role of entrepreneurship in getting Finland back on track, but that may be a tough transition for an economy that became so dependent on Nokia.

Ten years ago, Nokia’s operations in Salo employed 5,000 people and even in 2008, over a fifth of all jobs in the area were within information technology.

Today Salo’s unemployment rate stands at 15 percent, well above the national rate of 9.7 percent, following the closure of a Nokia factory in 2012 and previous Microsoft layoffs. Closing the product development unit could push it up to 20 percent.

High unemployment and the angst among Finns about where their country is headed is reflected in the rising popularity of the eurosceptic Finns Party, now a coalition partner, and in Finland’s recent tough stance in euro zone negotiations on bailout funds for Greece.

Finnish politicians expressed their solidarity with Salo on social media.

“My staff and I have been closely following the death curve,” said Salo’s mayor Antti Rantakokko, referring to the decline in recent years of Windows’ share of the global smart phone market to just 2-3 percent.

He said some technology companies had been in contact with him about investing in Salo, but would not elaborate.

Microsoft, in an emailed statement to Reuters, said that, under its new strategy, the company would cut the range of smart phones it sells and so would not need three development sites in Finland.

Two Finnish sites, in Espoo and Tampere, will remain open, but of its 3,200 employees in Finland, only 900 may survive after negotiations between Microsoft and Finnish employees, expected to start later this month.

“We were of the impression that Microsoft would give its phone business a bit longer to see if it can grow,” said Aimo Leskela, a trade union shop steward and 30-year veteran at Nokia.

Mika Paukkeri, another shop steward, said he hoped Microsoft would cut its staff in Salo, not shut it down altogether.

Sipila said Finland would apply for aid from the European Globalization Adjustment Fund, which supports people who have lost their jobs following major structural changes.

Manufacturing of mobile phone handsets shifted from Salo to Asia in 2012.

Shopping for fabrics in a local store this week, Maria Gustafsson said of the 20 years she has spent in Salo, “it has never felt so bad living here. First Nokia closes the factory, now this.”

Marjo-Riitta Maattanen and Heidi Kirjavainen have just opened a store in Salo’s main shopping street for fabrics and clothing they usually sell online.

“How ironic that we opened the shop just this week. Bad timing,” Maattanen said.

Finland’s coalition government expects the economy to pick up this year but cut its 2015 growth forecast last month to just 0.3 percent. In contrast, neighboring Sweden is looking at 2.4 percent growth.

The Finnish government is imposing tough austerity measures after rising public debt and budget deficits under the previous administration prompted a warning from the European Commission.

In Salo, corporate income tax revenues have slumped from 60 million euros in 2010 to just 10 million last year, hitting municipal services such as schools and healthcare centers.

Sipila’s calls for the jobless to set up their own businesses are greeted with scepticism.

“Not everybody can be an entrepreneur,” said Kirjavainen.

Instead, locals hope bigger businesses will take advantage of IT know-how in Salo.

Many are even still counting on Nokia, which said this week that it may start designing and licensing mobile phone handsets under its brand name in 2016.

It has not mentioned Salo as a possible site but it has raised hopes.

“Nokia’s return to Salo would be ideal,” shop steward Leskela said. “We could just change back the signs on the door,” Paukkeri added.

(Editing by Alistair Scrutton and Susan Fenton)