Once again I find no particular enthusiasm in presenting you with this week's press photos. Ascot hats are becoming vulgar, the separation of the Murdochs, the posturing of Obama and Putin, Kate Moss's rear end—it all has me feeling a little down. Not to mention the death of Maurice Nadeau. Luckily, some "things" are happening in Brazil that might lose some football fans. A "moderate" was elected president of Iran, which should bring a smile to our faces, but we'll see. The revelations of Edward Snowden give us something to think about.
It's like that, but "that" is going to change.
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