Health care in the United States is expensive. Insanely, outlandishly expensive. We spend $2.8 trillion on healthcare annually. That works out to about one-sixth of the total economy and more than $8,500 per person — and way more than any other country.
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So I’m a big super hero fan and love the Marvel universe, especially the character ensemble connecting through multiple films. I created this fan edit just for fun, because I wanted to watch one movie with all of Loki’s scenes combined (Thor, Avengers, Thor 2).
My goal was to chronicle the char
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Writer-director Wes Anderson has released a new short film to go along with his latest feature that teaches you how to cook the popular courtesan au chocolat from Mendl’s, a bakery featured prominently in the film. Ralph Fiennes‘ character had a particular weakness for this elaborate desert.
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For decades, magazine editors often relied on a handful of maxims to attract readers: Young is better than old. Pretty is better than ugly. Rich is better than poor. Film stars outsell television and music stars. Anything sells better than politics, and nothing sells better than a dead celebrity.
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EgbertoWillies.com America – He’s Your President for Goodness Sake! There was a time not so long ago when Americans, regardless of their political stripes, rallied round their president.
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Recently taking stock of his career, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu began to wonder if he might have gotten stuck in a creative rut of his own making.
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