Sunday, June 23, 2013

Six of the Best 363

"In short, this kind of bond will severely limit our opportunities to do business with any other country which isn't an ageing, predominantly white countries with sluggish economic growth." The Potter Blogger argues that Theresa May's plan to require visitors to the UK from 'high-risk' countries to pay a £3000 bond will be bad for the British economy.

The Real Blog asks why everyone is so angry these days.

The Atomium questions the prison sentence awarded to Jeremy Forrest.

"I may still be an arsehole, but at least I’m a sober arsehole," says The Alcohol-Free Shop Blog.

"Graeme Smith summed up the Afghan fearlessness before his South African side faced them in the ICC World Twenty20 in West Indies in 2010, the first of their two appearances on the headline stage so far. “I read their opener said he was not scared of facing Dale Steyn and I wouldn’t be either if I grew up in a war zone,” the Proteas captain said." All Out Cricket on the rise of the game in Afghanistan.

Seriously for Real? examines the beauty of the most haunted and mysterious abandoned amusement parks on earth.

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