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Birmingham 81 Sep 15
The original Generation X - published in 1964, it gave teenagers a voice and captured the emerging mod subculture
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Methstar457 Sep 15
So is just the latest manifestation of the movement? Do people realise it's a full-on plan for revolution?
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News Reader Sep 12
and . God bless, sister. Stay human, Goddess. Haha
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Ángel González Sep 19
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Chris King Sep 15
To supplement the fine submissions this far, here’s one for those of us suffering the UK’s summer of madness...
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Dhaval Sep 12
I'm unsure of how the comes to be. I cringe-read some parts of the piece on on Caroline Calloway but I still can't figure out how I accessed it at the right time & decided to read all of it instead of skimming, which is I would usually would have done.
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enjoypolo✊ Sep 19
💡🕹📕Thank you . What an incredible book about the life of a spy regaining his conscience.
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Mohamed Anwar Sadat Sep 16
Once upon a time, there was "Others"
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ian Sep 13
Fed up reading all of this nonsense about Sam Smith non-binary what-not. She should have just stuck to being a modestly successful tennis player and commentator.
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Shelton Bumgarner 🔗 Sep 14
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Virginia Gallino Sep 15
One of the spirits of the early 70s, Gill Sans Extra Bold
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Birmingham 81 Sep 15
This Carlsberg bottle dates from 1904! Spotted at , the familiar logo was designed by Thorvald Bindesbøll who was a central figure in Denmark's Art Nouveau movement, also known at Skønvirke
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