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  • Favorite Madonna Song
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  1. I don't mind it at all. The song sounds disjointed though, like Cardi's verse was added afterwards. Wish she was more prominently featured.
  2. First time in my life that I hear this name. Flush!
  3. While it's just a drip of water on a hot stone, I still think it's remarkable that a Roman Catholic Pope made this statement. I applaud him. Could you imagine his predecessors saying something like that ..?
  4. It's all such an embarassing and unnecessary mess! Britain is like the guy who files for divorce but doesnt have his own place yet so he stays in the joint apartment and wants to take his time to find a new place.
  5. It's different in canada then. Here it's the top story and everybody is talking about it. Probably because it's geographically close & there is a big Turkish population living here.
  6. Of course people care. It's all over the news with live updates. Horrible and saddening- what is the world coming to
  7. Shocking and saddening news. I didn't think it would actually come to this. Equally shocking to read how unbelievebly ignorant and uneducated people on here are. I haven't read the entire thread but I'm truly shocked that people seemingly get their info from tabloids or blogs and have no clue about the EU at all. Issues like EU legislation, the eurozone, the single market etc. are discussed with such confidence & smugness only making it painfully obvious how clueless and uninformed people are. Thanks to Kim, rebelvv and a few others for speaking some sense. I'm out of here or I'll po
  8. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/istanbul-lgbt-rally_us_57670041e4b015db1bc9b401?section= Istanbul Police Violently Disperse Banned LGBT Rally Police fired tear gas and rubber pellets on a march for transgender people. 06/19/2016 04:44 pm ET OZAN KOSE via Getty Images A woman reacts after tear gas was fired at the LGBT rally in Istanbul. ISTANBUL, June 19 (Reuters) - Istanbul riot police fired tear gas and rubber pellets on Sunday to disperse a march for transgender people banned after ultra-nationalists said that “degenerates” could not demonstrate. Hundreds of riot pol
  9. Thank you all for your kind words and wishes. They are much appreciated I hope all other Brussels based MNation members & their loved ones are safe
  10. Thanks chelle It was/is so surreal. I'm just glad he's safe. He lives in the EU quarter,too .Told him to stay home tomorrow as well - he said they left it up to them whether or not they go to the office or work from home.
  11. My GOD what a day My bf works at the commission and was just about to enter the metro station when the attacks happened. If he would've left 5-10 mins before ... I cannot even imagine. He called me in tears saying that there is smoke everywhere, people are in panic and lots of blood. I told him to go back home immediately and to stay there which he did Surreal and insane
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