It was a good week with a little bit of everything: orangutans might not go extinct, insects are the protein of the future, breasts are set free in defiance of a dictator, the rabbit ignores the snow, and Margaret Thatcher is dead. The Iron Lady will soon rust over. She was to the social welfare of Britain was Genghis Khan was to grass. That’s worth at least a few pictures.
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