For starters: Greece is the ONLY COUNTRY that never received WWII reparations from Germany.
The s(-h)ame Germans that slaughtered, abducted, imprisoned, impoverished the birtplace of democracy, medicine, drama, philosophy, poetry, architecture, fine arts and terminated the local population. Now FOCUS magazine claims that anything in EUROZONE that went wrong can be blamed on Greece, and mainly to the crooked, corrupted politicians, and an indifferent, laid back population that destroyed any and every ecosystem in the country (financially and infrastructure-wise).
Yes, of course but also to PIIGS(Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, Spain).
The same PI(I)GS that consist the readership of FOCUS magazine.
So the FINGER is now pointed back to (you) GERMANIA UBER ALLES...
JULIA ROBERT'S NIECE MAKES THE COVER FOR THIRD TIME IN A ROW (NOBODY KNOWS WHY OR FOR WHAT FILM). MORE NOTEWORTHY ACTRESSES ARE GROSSLY OVERLOOKED. THOSE ARE THE ETHICS AND CODE OF BAR OWNER GRAYDON CARTER....
Vanity Fair's March issue came out a couple of weeks ago with a fold-out cover featuring nine young actresses to represent 'The Fresh Faces of 2010.'
Abbie Cornish, Kristen Stewart, Carey Mulligan, Amanda Seyfried, Rebecca Hall, Mia Wasikowska, Anna Kendrick, Emma Stone, and Evan Rachel Wood all had some sort of breakout year, some with more memorable performances than others. They are also all white and thin.
Not pictured was Oscar nominee Gabourey Sidibe, even though she was interviewed inside the magazine and has the most compelling breakout story of all.
"At first I thought, 'Hmm, should I be there?" she told Access Hollywood. "Then I very quickly got over it. I think if I were a part of that shoot I would have felt a little left out anyway."
She is gracious and self-effacing, and probably gives a great Oscar acceptance speech.
"I would have felt a little like... whether or not I should have been there," she said. "[It] doesn't matter, because I wasn't on it and I'm excited to be mentioned anywhere, and it doesn't matter to me where I'm not mentioned."