Auteur/autrice : Vincent Flibustier

Tendances

Incendie suite à un accident de tent-insinding: Il avait allumé une bougie dans sa tente pour se chauffer

Un homme a été hospitalisé après avoir allumé une bougie dans sa tente pour se chauffer. Selon les premiers éléments de...

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Monde

L’apocalypse se produira le 24 septembre selon les experts Tiktok.

Selon les experts en apocalypse, la fin du monde se produira le 24 septembre. Ils ont prédit que les 4 cavaliers de l’apocalypse...

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PHOTOSHOP GO

Photoshop GO: Toutes vos créations de castex dans le metro

Vendredi 16 septembre, une photo de Jean Castex dans le métro parisien a fait rire les internets. La photo a été prise dans le métro...

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Non classé

Mort d’Elizabeth II, rien pour Harry et Megan

La mort de la reine Elizabeth II, l’abdication de son fils Charles, l’avènement de son petit-fils William au trône, la fin de...

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Le père d’Elizabeth 2 témoigne: Elle va nous manquer.

« J‘ai été témoin de l‘extraordinaire dévouement de Sa Majesté la reine Elizabeth II envers son peuple et son pays. Elle a...

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Non classé

Elizabeth 2 est morte

La reine Elizabeth II était la souveraine du Royaume-Uni et de ses 15 autres territoires d’outre-mer. Elle était aussi la chef de...

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Non classé

Connaissez-vous le Flex-sleeping ? Cette tendance qui appelle à dormir dehors pour se réapproprier la rue.

Connaissez-vous le Flex-sleeping ? Cette tendance qui appelle à dormir dehors pour se réapproprier la rue. Le Flex-sleeping est une...

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Non classé

Phénomène étrange: de l’eau tombe du ciel

Le phénomène est connu sous le nom de pluie. La pluie est formée par les gouttelettes d‘eau qui tombent du ciel. L‘eau est...

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Politics

More than half of businesses that closed during the pandemic won’t reopen

About 60% of businesses that have closed during the coronavirus pandemic will never reopen, and restaurants have suffered the most, according to new data from Yelp.

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Photo

Here’s the Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Live in Old Town

And as the day advanced and the engine drivers and stokers refused to return to London

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Economics

Transforming Manhattan’s Most Famous Street

It did so indeed, and much sooner than she had expected

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EconomicsNature

The food industry needs to act now to cut greenhouse gas emissions

To secure a thriving food system for future generations, the food industry has a significant opportunity to collectively help mitigate the impact.

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Lifestyle

Big Tech is under pressure. Here’s where to find growth

I believe I have broken a finger here against his cursed jaw ain’t those mincing knives down in the forecastle there, men

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EconomicsNature

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Why a new generation of farmers is getting into the business

Lake of the Woods is home to walleye, northern pike, perch, sauger, crappie, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, lake trout, lake sturgeon, whitefish, suckers, and muskellunge.

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PoliticsVideo

Smart sensors could track social distancing in the office

I can compare it to nothing but a large door mat, ornamented at the edges with little tinkling tags.

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Economics

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In China, Heavy Industry Unexpectedly Falls Sharply

At that I gripped my wife’s arm, and without ceremony ran her out into the road.

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Photo

The designer granted the artist full access to her archive

I began walking, therefore, in a big curve, seeking some point of vantage and continually looking at the sand.

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NatureStaff's Picks

Small farmers could lose jobs, livelihoods amid tough competition from overseas

A moderate incline runs towards the foot of Maybury Hill, and down this we clattered. Once the lightning had begun.

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Lifestyle

How the Pandemic Gold Rush Is Remaking the Housing Market

It may seem counterintuitive that a pandemic-fueled recession could lead to a bullish housing market. But a combination of trends has resulted in a buying frenzy.

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EconomicsPhotoStaff's Picks

Credit scores hit a record high. But US consumers are not OK

I shouted above the sudden noise. She looked away from me downhill. The people were coming out of their houses, astonished.

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NewsStaff's Picks

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Why investors shouldn’t count on another big stimulus package

The Hill, located in the West New York, stirs visitors to confront what they cannot comprehend.

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PoliticsStaff's Picks

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The Unsinkable Daryline Johnson

The British prime minister continually survives the chaos of his choices—much to pundits’ chagrin. How?

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EconomicsFeatured

There is no getting ‘back to normal,’ experts say. The sooner we accept that, the better

By the light of the now brilliant moons I saw that he was but a shadow of his former self, and as he turned from my caress and commenced greedily.

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Lifestyle

The Smart Business Recovery

At first I regarded little but the road before me, and then abruptly my attention was arrested by something that was moving rapidly.

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Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he is not, and a sense of humor was provided to console him for what he is.

Oscar Wilde

EconomicsLifestyleVideo

These farmers say their cows can solve the climate crisis

We can’t possibly stay here, I said; and as I spoke the firing reopened for a moment upon the common.

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FeaturedNews

All 30 million British homes could be powered by wind in 2030

The nearer moon, hurtling suddenly above the horizon and lighting up the Barsoomian scene, showed me that my preserver was Woola.

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EconomicsFeaturedNewsPolitics

Why the US economy won’t gain any traction until 2021

I and my wife stood amazed. Then I realised that the crest of Maybury Hill must be within range of the Martians

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