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Man Smashes Apple Store Merchandise, Yelling About Consumer Rights

We don’t know how Apple wronged this customer in Dijon, France, but he caught everyone’s attention when he walked calmly around a store, smashing iPhones and at least one computer with a heavy metal ball. 167 more words

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Cruise boat passing Pont d'Iena

Passing by Pont d’Iena is a sightseeing cruise boat of Vedettes de Paris, providing a unique view to many famous monuments.

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The Islamization of France

Three must read articles at the indispensible Gatestone Institute. Americans need to learn from this to avoid going down the same road.

France: What Is Hidden Behind the “Burkini Ban” 644 more words

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Modern Languages graduate profile: Becca Beynon

Becca Beynon BA (2016, French) came up to Liverpool from south Buckinghamshire and, within days of graduation, began work in Paris, the third job she has had in France since she started her degree. 230 more words

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Michel De Montaigne

‘I study myself more than any other subject. That is my metaphysics; that is my physics.’

Free books can be the best books. This morning my train station stop provided “Michel De Montaigne | The Essays: A collection”. 336 more words

Philosophy

Amy the Explorer: Looking Outside my Airbnb

First of all, let me tell you that my emotions were all over the place.  My first night there, I cried a lot.  And then I cried in the morning, when I woke up, causing me to get tears all over my grapes.   671 more words

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Best 3 apple tarts in France

Apple tarts are next level in Paris.  Here are my top 3 in no particular order because I really can’t decide which one is the best :) 326 more words

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