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H I M | Ville Valo returns to adult business roots, marries, places tower home on the market

H I M | Ville Valo returns to adult business roots, marries, places tower home on the market | how to have a healthy life | Scoop.it

Ville Valo returns to adult business roots, marries, places tower home on the market From a Finnish newspaper/tabloid: It has been confirmed that musician Ville Valo has returned to his father’s ... (RT @HIMblog: Ville Valo returns to adult business roots, marries, places tower home on the market - From a Finnish... http://tumblr.com/xzu1yieajc)


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Rachel Bilson Covers 'Women's Health UK' March 2013 | Magazine ...

Rachel Bilson Covers 'Women's Health UK' March 2013 | Magazine ... | how to have a healthy life | Scoop.it
Rachel Bilson shows off her fit body on the cover of Women's Health UK's March 2013 issue, hitting newsstands Wednesday (February 6). Here is what the 31-year-old Hart of Dixie star had to share with the mag: On being ...
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Ed Steer writes about the workings of the gold and silver market place and those playing in the sand pit

Ed Steer writes about the workings of the gold and silver market place and those playing in the sand pit | how to have a healthy life | Scoop.it

Ed Steer writes about the workings of the gold and silver market place and those playing in the sand pit:

 

"... never forget for one moment that the short positions held by market-making members of the LBMA are the 800 pound gorillas in the living room. Despite the fact that South Africa's gold production has taken a header, it certainly hasn't shown up in the gold price. That, along with the dollar, mean nothing if JPMorgan et al are going short against all comers or are working over the markets with their high-frequency trading tactics.

 

"And as has been stated by GATA and others, this is probably a U.S. government-backed operation...and is the big reason that the CFTC can't, and won't, move against the "da boyz" no matter how overwhelming the evidence. ..."


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