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"(Liam) always knows what I’m going on about, even when I’m going on about nothing. We have the same sort of semi-delinquent state of mind. And I’ve always realized the importance of him—it’s just that Liam doesn’t think that I do. Liam seems to think that I think he’s a shithead, but I don’t. I don’t think he’s any more—or any less—than the greatest singer in show business. Simple as that." - Noel Gallagher, 1997.

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Danielle Brooks & Samira Wiley on Celebrity Girl Crushes

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A true captain and a true matchwinner. There can be no finer compliment to Argentina skipper Lionel Messi, who was so influential in his team’s path to the Final. With some questioning just how influential he would be in Brazil after a demanding season for Barcelona and concerns over a troublesome hamstring, he silenced the doubters by simply being his usual inspirational self. He mesmerized at the Maracana by scoring and setting up another in the 2-1 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina. He scored late on against Iran to send the team through to the Round of 16 and then added two in the 3-2 win over Nigeria. But he didn’t stop there. He played the ball to Angel Di Maria, who scored in the 118th minute of the match against Switzerland to send them through to the quarter-finals. In the semi-finals he stroked home a penalty to help his side defeat the Dutch. And while the personal accolade may be scant reward for a runners-up medal, he can be justifiably proud of his performances at this FIFA World Cup.

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angelina jolie by hedi slimane for elle june 2014

angelina jolie by hedi slimane for elle june 2014

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Liam & Guigsy, Brit Awards 1996

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↳ “I’m gonna make them cry all right. Make em’ cry like they going through a haunted house! A haunted house called life!

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Celebration of Angel Di Maria goal. Argentina 1-0 Suiza.

Celebration of Angel Di Maria goal. Argentina 1-0 Suiza.


James Rodríguez scores both goals in a 2-0 win over Uruguay, becoming the tournament’s top scorer and leading Colombia its first ever quarter-finals.


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