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  1. justinian

    Grammys

    Grammys Dip 21 Percent in Early TV Ratings https://www.google.be/amp/s/www.thewrap.com/gramys-down-12-percent-early-tv-ratings/amp/ Grammy Ratings Fall From 2017 As Politics Dominate Music’s Biggest Night https://www.google.be/amp/deadline.com/2018/01/grammy-ratings-kendrick-lamar-hillary-clinton-bruno-mars-james-corden-cbs-1202272416/amp/ Grammy Awards Ratings Down Sharply From 2017 in Early Nielsen Numbers https://www.google.be/amp/variety.com/2018/tv/news/grammy-awards-viewership-ratings-down-bruno-mars-1202680032/amp/
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    Trump / US politics thread 🚽

    "Much of sex is politics, after all. Or maybe it’s the other way around" . https://www.yahoo.com/style/model-wearing-american-flag-hijab-magazine-cover-shows-underboob-162900883.html
  3. justinian

    Let's talk Leonard Cohen...

    really really saddened
  4. justinian

    Favorite music videos

    Such a pleasure following his thread!
  5. justinian

    Eurovision thread

    spain
  6. justinian

    Prince Dead at 57

    RIP so sad, so sad
  7. Antwerp Nov 28th Paris Dec 1st
  8. justinian

    Most played song from RH?

    devil pray messiah heartbreakcity
  9. justinian

    Bjork

  10. justinian

    Bitch I'm Madonna video extremely #soon

    and/or coming out from it
  11. her pink straight long hair and ...jacket ...
  12. ^^^my bet to da da da da david bowie...in case she's really homaging to somebody
  13. The 10 Happiest Countries On Earth Amy CapettaApril 24, 2015 The results are in from the World Happiness Report. (Photo: Getty Images) Which country is happiest? Maybe we shouldn’t be surprised that it’s the one that eats the most chocolate. The results of this year’s World Happiness Report are in — and Switzerland scored the top spot in the ranking. The report is based on data from 158 countries with regard to six factors: GDP per capita, absence of corruption, generosity, social support, freedom, and healthy life expectancy. The report was released by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network. The 10 happiest countries were found mostly in Europe: Switzerland Iceland Denmark Norway Canada Finland The Netherlands Sweden New Zealand Australia And for a more global look at the happiest countries, check out this map from the report: The darker and greener the color, the higher the country ranked in the happiness report. (World Happiness Report) Similar to the previous reports, the happiness factor was judged on a scale from 0 to 10, where the average global number totaled 5.1. Switzerland, for instance, had a number of 7.587, while the U.S. — which came in at No. 15 in the ranking — had a 7.119. (The U.S. ranked 11th in 2012.) Related: And The Happiest State In America Is… Out of all the countries included in the ranking, Togo came in last. The bottom 10 countries in the ranking are: Togo (Ranked last) Burundi Syria Benin Rwanda Afghanistan Burkina Faso Ivory Coast Guinea Chad The authors of the report noted that a few common sources of true contentment among the happiest countries were the ability to trust those in your neighborhood, as well as those in a government position. Another marker: being surrounded by people who show empathy for others (which can be shown by random acts of kindness, such as volunteering in a local charity or returning a lost wallet). “As the science of happiness advances, we are getting to the heart of what factors define quality of life for citizens,” John F. Helliwell, a professor from the University of British Columbia and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and a co-editor for the report, said in a statement. “We are encouraged that more and more governments around the world are listening and responding with policies that put well-being first. Countries with strong social and institutional capital not only support greater well-being, but are more resilient to social and economic crises.”
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