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Kaycee Nightfire
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The name? Don't ask, you can just call me Katie
The name? Don't ask, you can just call me Katie

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so yeah this blew my mind, the rich get richer ...

'US industrialist Bill Koch discovers a hidden portrait on the back of his Picasso painting and is now selling both for $60 million.'

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The latest Dan Brown-style conspiracy theory to hit the art world suggests that Vincent van Gogh might have hidden a homage to Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper (1495-98) within his masterpiece Café Terrace at Night (1888) ....

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a bit long but worth the time ....

"The Islamic State awaits the army of 'Rome,' whose defeat at Dabiq, Syria, will initiate the countdown to the apocalypse....

....the war may be a long one, even if it doesn’t last until the end of time."

#isis   #islam  

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'As we publish the most impactful images from Getty Images and our partner photographers in reportage, news, sport and entertainment this year, CEO Jonathan Klein reflects on the year in photojournalism and the personal sacrifices made by news gatherers around the world.'

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"Without the winners of a lopsided global economy and the artists who dutifully butter them up, the vast majority of the crap on view last week in Miami would not exist."

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"What is clear is this was vicious policing and an innocent man is dead..."

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In November 1990 LIFE magazine published a photograph of a young man named David Kirby — his body wasted by AIDS, his gaze locked on something beyond this world — surrounded by anguished family members as he took his last breaths. The haunting image of Kirby on his death bed, taken by a journalism student named Therese Frare, quickly became the one photograph most powerfully identified with the HIV/AIDS epidemic that, by then, had seen millions of people infected (many of them unknowingly) around the globe ...

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Thousands of people have joined silent vigils across Germany to pay tribute to a student who was beaten to death after stopping a group of men harassing two women. Tugce Albayrak, 22, intervened when she heard the women screaming for help in a restaurant toilet in the city of Offenbach on 15 November.

She died on her 23rd birthday ...

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Self-taught Canadian photographer Elizabeth Gadd described her photography niche better, perhaps, than anybody else when she said, “I, uh… shoot landscapey stuff… with people in them.”

That, however, is something of an understatement. The 21-year-old photographer’s body of work does, indeed contain “landscapey stuff with people in them,” but that hardly does the spectacular vistas she photographs justice ...

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today in 'I love you Taylor!' ... 
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