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30 Sep 10:09

Dans le milieu, on l'appelle 'le petit Mozart du Real Life Tetris'



27 Sep 07:15

La réussite d'une vie


20 Sep 06:57

Grosse soirée en perspective : le concert de Patoche

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Pour participer à cet event c'est ici.

17 Sep 11:20

Prix Albert Londres

14370243_1313137792054051_8332668511257728890_nParu dans le 20 Minutes édition Genève.

(Merci à Marie Madeleine)

16 Sep 08:17

Royal caca


Des chiottes en or massif - on en a tous rêvé, ce bon vieux Maurizio Cattelan l'a fait. Depuis ce matin, vous pouvez déposer une pêche dans cette auguste cuvette au musée Guggenheim, à New York. L'oeuvre est intitulée America et a pris la place d'une banale cuvette en porcelaine dans les toilettes unisexe du musée. Selon le Guggenheim, "sa nature participative, où les visiteurs sont invités à faire usage de l'objet de manière individuelle et privée, permet une expérience d'intimité sans précédent avec une oeuvre d'art".


12 Sep 14:30

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Citation Needed


Well, that escalated slowly.

New comic!
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09 Sep 07:29

C'est de la bonne

Lucas Vigroux

"I don't know what you're on but I wan the same"

De7TPa5 - Imgur


08 Sep 06:48

Et pendant ce temps-là, aux Etats-Unis, on s'apprête à commémorer le 11 septembre

Lucas Vigroux



Ce couple aperçu le weekend dernier au Dragon Con d'Atlanta a fait quelques remous.

06 Sep 07:18

Taxidermie fail

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05 Sep 09:27

"Un petit Kendjy est né ce dimanche… à Girac!"

Lucas Vigroux

Qui vient rejoindre ses freres et soeurs Brayan et Jennifer.

“Un petit Kendjy est né ce dimanche… à Girac!”

- Charente Libre 
05 Sep 10:06

Ces 30 secondes de joie vous sont proposées par un petit enfant chinois en léger surpoids

02 Sep 12:31

Appelons un gato un gato


Pour lire l'article, tout aussi laconique que le titre, c'est ici.


01 Sep 21:48

by daniel

cyclist space

30 Aug 15:07

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Teach a Man to Fish


In economics, they're robots. In political economy, they're all jerks. In sociology, they're all misunderstood.

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29 Aug 08:53

"Séisme : vibrant hommage aux 291 victimes"

“Séisme : vibrant hommage aux 291 victimes”

- La Provence (à cause de cecile)
25 Aug 11:00

Bethany Hamilton: surfing with only one arm isn't as hard as beating the stigma

by Liz Barney in Honolulu, Hawaii
Lucas Vigroux

Fuck yeah!

Since losing her left arm during a shark attack 13 years ago, Bethany Hamilton has had to adapt on the waves and try to change the way others perceive her

In Bethany Hamilton’s mind, winning the ESPY award for best female athlete with a disability would have been like “rewinding back to square one”.

Square one being the fateful day 13 years ago when she was attacked by a 14ft tiger shark and lost her left arm. Which is why, this year, she withdrew her name from consideration.

Continue reading...
25 Aug 14:40

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Life as a Berserker


On the plus side, the afterlife plan is pretty solid.

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25 Aug 01:51

Should you take your children to visit sick relatives? | Ranjana Srivastava

by Ranjana Srivastava

It’s normal to want to protect our children from sadness. But making illness and mortality invisible to them can have unexpected consequences in the long term

During the final weeks of her life, all spent in an Indian hospital, my grandmother deteriorated peacefully, and gracefully, until she slipped into a coma and breathed her last. My 10-year-old self remembers a thing or two about this time.

The hospital’s egg curry, a much-loved north Indian dish, was amazing. The tiny cakes with real butter icing that defied all dietary guidelines weren’t bad either so my cousins and I, gathered in the small room, took turns selecting the menu and outwitting the nurses, who sweetly played along, praising the voracious appetite of our fading grandma. Enveloped in grief at their mother’s impending death, the adults couldn’t bear to look at the food – if our mirth seemed out of place, they never said so.

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24 Aug 15:21

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Rocks

Lucas Vigroux

Pour Professeur Brantut, of course...

What I do is a draw pictures and people look at the pictures and they like the pictures and so I draw more pictures.

New comic!
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19 Aug 08:18

"Une mère de 128 kilos tombe dans les escaliers: deux morts"

“Une mère de 128 kilos tombe dans les escaliers: deux morts”

- Sud Info (à cause de Madcap)
09 Aug 15:06


05 Aug 14:54

by daniel


03 Aug 04:00

Household Tips

To make your shoes feel more comfortable, smell better, and last longer, try taking them off before you shower.
02 Aug 23:55

by daniel

21 Jul 06:39

Les enfants sont formidables


01 Jul 06:36

Franchement, presque

13565445_10153927686613393_370035545_n(Merci à Seb pour la suggestion)

29 Jun 04:59

Why elections are bad for democracy | David Van Reybrouck

by David Van Reybrouck
Lucas Vigroux

Interesting reflection about framing and systemic issues.

Our voting system worked well for decades, but now it is broken. There is a better way to give voice to the people

Brexit is a turning point in the history of western democracy. Never before has such a drastic decision been taken through so primitive a procedure – a one-round referendum based on a simple majority. Never before has the fate of a country – of an entire continent, in fact – been changed by the single swing of such a blunt axe, wielded by disenchanted and poorly informed citizens.

But this is just the latest in a series of worrying blows to the health of democracy. On the surface, everything still seems fine. A few years ago, the World Values Survey, a large-scale international research project, asked more than 73,000 people in 57 countries if they believed democracy was a good way to govern a country – and nearly 92% said yes. But that same survey found that in the past 10 years, around the world, there has been a considerable increase in calls for a strong leader “who does not have to bother with parliament and elections” – and that trust in governments and political parties has reached a historical low. It would appear that people like the idea of democracy but loathe the reality.

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28 Jun 08:29

Le Village des damnés



24 Jun 22:11


27 Jun 09:03

Rien de mieux qu'un bon café latte pour commencer la journée

Lucas Vigroux

Chapeau l'artiste!


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