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BENGAL CAT looks like a mini tiger and has the Internet saying 'me-wow' If you're the gal who dreamed of being Jasmine for the sole purpose of owning a majestic tiger of her very own, we have good news for you. Meet THOR, the most majestic cat in the world, who just so happens to resemble a teeny-tiny tiger. Living in Belguim, this pretty BENGAL KITTY has over 23,000 followers on Instagram, all because of his breathtakingly beautiful coat.© Whitney Coy

This reminds me of two things : The Pandean Island in WoW and The moving Island in Naruto Shippuuden.

Hardcover Passport by Saul Steinberg 1954 Romanian Saul Steinberg is best known for his drawings in The New Yorker. He has won various awards for his drawings and watercolors. He is the author of several books of drawings, including The Passport, and The New World. He died in 1999.

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Perky posterior: The dress clung to Emily's figure in all the right places as she wowed the crowds

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An Epistolary Performer

Saul Bellow (June 10, 1915 – April 5, 2005) was a Canadian-born Jewish American writer.

For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. –Ephesians 6:12.


A Casual Conversation with Saul Leiter

E de repente, naquele longínquo início de 1950,  quando o cotidiano da vida americana  parecia destinado a permanecer imortalizado nas imagens monocromáticas de Robert Frank, William Klein, Diane Arbus ou Weegee,  Nova York se viu banhada em cores. Tudo obra da visão  pioneira de Saul Leiter,  filho de um erudito rabino nascido em Pittsburgh que…

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Most beautiful birds in the world

Madarin Duck | Wild About Birds Nature Center in Layton, Utah sells everything to do with your backyard birds and also offer tours on the Deseret Ranch, which is home to over 100 species of birds! For more information, go to or call 801-779-BIRD.