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christina-roman:

"No no, that wasn’t a question" - #Classic #FashionFilms #TheDevilWearsPrada  (Taken with Instagram)

christina-roman:

"No no, that wasn’t a question" - #Classic #FashionFilms #TheDevilWearsPrada (Taken with Instagram)

thefluffingtonpost:

PHOTO OP: Decor to Match the Dog
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PHOTO OP: Decor to Match the Dog

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thefluffingtonpost:

Cat Wealth Guru Recommends Tuna Stock
by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent
Personal wealth guru Cheeto the cat has just released his annual “Hot Stocks” list, and Wall Street analysts are abuzz over one particular pick.
"I was not expecting tuna," says Rick Nelson of CNBC. "That’s always been a high-risk sector. Wind energy and biotech would have been obvious choices. 3-D printing was huge this year. From a financial standpoint, this makes little sense."
Some aren’t as skeptical.
"Look, Cheeto’s always been an oracle with investing," says Bryan Canning of The Wall Street Journal. “When he pushed cardboard boxes as a Hot Stock in ‘07, people thought he was crazy. Now, of course, everybody has one. Only Cheeto could have foreseen that.”
Canning was also quick to clarify another unexpected pick - print media.
"Oh, he doesn’t think anyone will actually buy newspaper again," says the market expert. "He really just likes to lay on it."
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thefluffingtonpost:

Cat Wealth Guru Recommends Tuna Stock

by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent

Personal wealth guru Cheeto the cat has just released his annual “Hot Stocks” list, and Wall Street analysts are abuzz over one particular pick.

"I was not expecting tuna," says Rick Nelson of CNBC. "That’s always been a high-risk sector. Wind energy and biotech would have been obvious choices. 3-D printing was huge this year. From a financial standpoint, this makes little sense."

Some aren’t as skeptical.

"Look, Cheeto’s always been an oracle with investing," says Bryan Canning of The Wall Street Journal. “When he pushed cardboard boxes as a Hot Stock in ‘07, people thought he was crazy. Now, of course, everybody has one. Only Cheeto could have foreseen that.”

Canning was also quick to clarify another unexpected pick - print media.

"Oh, he doesn’t think anyone will actually buy newspaper again," says the market expert. "He really just likes to lay on it."

Via Bmfrench.

Love animals as much as we do? Check out explore.org's network of live puppy and kitten cameras.

officialstyledotcom:

Now up on Style.com: Couture kicks off with Atelier @versace_official. See all the runway looks.

officialstyledotcom:

Now up on Style.com: Couture kicks off with Atelier @versace_official. See all the runway looks.

uggly:

Game of bones: Couple lovingly recreate characters from HBO series with their three dogs, including Ned Bark

Game of Thrones exploded in popularity when it was first brought to our screens, and now a dedicated couple of fans have created their very own homage - by dressing their dogs up as the show’s main characters. ‘The Pugs of Westeros’ sees canine trio Roxy, Blue and Bono playing doggy versions of the show’s main characters, including Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and conniving King Joffrey. The pugs’ owners, Phillip Lauer, 57, and his wife Sue, 47, from California, have been dressing their pugs up as characters from cinema and TV since they were puppies. And while the pair normally only shoot stills, they jumped at the chance of creating a mini-movie based on one of their favourite shows after being contacted by streaming service Blinkbox.” …  More on Dailymail.co.uk