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Brad Pitt şi Angelina Jolie vor să se căsătorească. Din nou.

Brad Pitt şi Angelina Jolie îşi doresc să se căsătorească, dar nu ştiu când vor face acest pas. Singurul factor de stres sunt copiii care îşi doresc foarte mult ca ei să devină un cuplu şi din punct de vedere legal.

Brad Pitt, în vârstă de 48 de ani, a declarat pentru presă: “Vreau să mă însor cu Angelina, ne-am gândit să facem asta pentru că şi pentru copiii noştri vor mult acest lucru!”.

Să sperăm că acest lucru se va întâmpla până la urmă pentru că nunta celor doi va deveni, cu siguranţă, unul dintre cele mi mediatizate evenimente mondene din istorie.

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Suny 1 November 2012 at 10:58

. Sunny, agreeing with you. And randreigg the economic situation of the US and the two countries with a vested interest in the country, China & Japan – woha! I could chew your ear off in in that conversation Don’t get me started, lol, you’d wish you could just shut me up then I think the unusually harsh wording of the Chinese directed towards the US last month was a very clear indication of what is to come. The tone China and Japan used on the issue were on opposite ends of the diplomatic scale – bearing in mind they’re the two largest stakeholders of US T-securities. Technically in the same boat. Yet two completely diff approaches; Japan = docile & supportive, toning things down. China = slightly threatful, repremanding and demanding, not willing to roll over and be nice & supportive. I found it a very fascinating indication of what is to come, and of China’s economical & political muscle-flexing The change’s been going on for a while, but it’s picking up pace now, even faster, thanks to the trashy state of the US economy. It was not without some symbolical irony that Chinese rating agency Dagong was the first (with the balls) to lower US-rating to A+, from AA. However small and symbolical it might have been (they’re not one of the bigger/weighty agencies, but state-owned said allot). S&P followed days after, but only because they’d had to. There was no way anybody could argue to keep full credit rating for the US (AA+ from AAA long term, A-1+ short term. though later revised and not for because it was wrong ).That being said, we are still talking about the US. No matter how other countries in a similar state would have been handled by the IMF, you can bet your socks on nothing standing in the way for the US getting what it wants from IMF. And they know it. I’ll eat my hat if anything other than the expected happens there. The cut-backs and agreements reached were merely to comply with what was needed to keep e.g. ratings (and the subsequent effects) from going down. Minimum short-term recuirements only barely met. As usual, it’s all cosmetic and short-term. It’s like the tale of the Emperor’s New Clothes; the Emperor’s walking down the street butt naked and everyone’s still pretending he’s got new, wonderful clothes on that look absolutely maahvelous’. Everyone aside from the kid who points and cries, I can’t see any clothes, he’s completely naked! Crikey I’m going to stop ranting now

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