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Year: 2013

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How observant are you?

How many of these have YOU noticed? Just think…companies get paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to dream up this stuff! YOU WILL NEVER LOOK AT THESE LOGO’S THE SAME WAY EVER AGAIN.

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Dishin’ with Dody

By Dody Denman “Saving Mr. Banks” and Pork Chops This cool, cloudy Saturday lay at the exact center of Christmas memories and New Years promises.  There was a movie I anticipated seeing, the first one since this past summer’s “Superman.” …

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Two Kookmin Bank employees to stand trial over massive illegal lending

Yonhap News Afency From Global Post SEOUL, Dec. 29 (Yonhap) — Two employees of Kookmin Bank’s unit in Tokyo have been indicted on charges of extending illegal loans worth 400 billion won (US$380 million) to Korean companies operating in Japan,…

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Cartoon of the Day

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning,…

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Palmerston: The island at the end of the earth

By Thomas Martienssen BBC News, Palmerston, Cook Islands It is one of the most isolated island communities in the world. The tiny Pacific island of Palmerston is visited by a supply ship twice a year – at most – and…

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Reporter for Daily Star says Cayman is Por-fection

Yes pOr-fection. The Cayman Islands we all know, who live here or visit here, are pErfection. However, the reporter was actually talking about a car made by Porsche that bears the “CAYMAN” name. Here is the story and our name…

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World Bank: Caribbean immigrants abroad are ‘very well educated’

By Tony Best Special to the NNPA from the New York Carib News Key source of investment capital; most are engaged in their birthplaces; are affluent with a “level of investment sophistication and business acumen As Caribbean nations continue to…

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The starfish are dying, and no one knows why [could it happen in Cayman?]

By Elizabeth Weise, USATODAY A mysterious illness is killing starfish up and down the West Coast Scientists have dubbed it “sea star wasting syndrome” The starfish literally melt and turn into goo as they die Something is killing starfish up…

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Colin Wilson, author of The Outsider, dies aged 82

From BBC Wilson wrote his breakthrough novel in the British Museum’s Reading Room British novelist Colin Wilson, best known as the author of The Outsider, has died aged 82. Colin Stanley, Wilson’s publisher and bibliographer, said the writer and philosopher…

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Paper conglomerate’s biotech unit to list on Jan. 17

CAN From The China Post TAIPEI, Taiwan — TaiGen Biopharmaceuticals Holdings Ltd., a subsidiary of Taiwan-based conglomerate Yuen Foong Yu Paper Manufacturing Co., is scheduled to launch a primary listing on the local over-the-counter market on Jan. 17, underwriters said…