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suavedandy:

Pierce Brosnan in a Porsche 356 from the coming spy movie “The November Man”

suavedandy:

Pierce Brosnan in a Porsche 356 from the coming spy movie “The November Man”

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aflorentinemind:

After years of images I can finally say this is my favourite watch: Patek ref 1518 rose gold on pink dial. Perfect…

aflorentinemind:

After years of images I can finally say this is my favourite watch: Patek ref 1518 rose gold on pink dial. Perfect…

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politiciansandhiphop:

Mitt Romney x Young Thug

politiciansandhiphop:

Mitt Romney x Young Thug

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blazepress:

Classic Corvette towing a helicopter. This man is winning at life.

blazepress:

Classic Corvette towing a helicopter. This man is winning at life.

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kevinseahbespoke:

How a fine Panama hat should look!

kevinseahbespoke:

How a fine Panama hat should look!

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losetheboyfriend:

Pablo Picasso; captured by Edward Quinn

losetheboyfriend:

Pablo Picasso; captured by Edward Quinn

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thewallstreetexecutive:

Jobs bounced back in the Spring
The United States can firmly consign its weather-beaten start to the year to history this week with June vehicle sales and jobs data expected to show a strong end to the second quarter.
The U.S. economy contracted at a 2.9 percent annual rate, the sharpest decline in five years, in the Jan-March period, figures showed last Wednesday.
An exceptionally bitter winter, the expiration of long-term unemployment benefits and a marked slowdown in restocking by businesses combined to drag down the world’s largest economy, but these factors should have faded by April.
Monthly jobs data, arguably the most important gauge for both the Federal Reserve and the American people, is expected to show U.S. firms are continuing to hire at a solid pace as a virtuous circle of economic activity and growth takes hold.
U.S. employment already returned to its pre-recession peak in May, with non-farm job gains of 217,000. Economists polled by Reuters on average expect that to dip by a modest 4,000 to 213,000 in June.

thewallstreetexecutive:

Jobs bounced back in the Spring

The United States can firmly consign its weather-beaten start to the year to history this week with June vehicle sales and jobs data expected to show a strong end to the second quarter.

The U.S. economy contracted at a 2.9 percent annual rate, the sharpest decline in five years, in the Jan-March period, figures showed last Wednesday.

An exceptionally bitter winter, the expiration of long-term unemployment benefits and a marked slowdown in restocking by businesses combined to drag down the world’s largest economy, but these factors should have faded by April.

Monthly jobs data, arguably the most important gauge for both the Federal Reserve and the American people, is expected to show U.S. firms are continuing to hire at a solid pace as a virtuous circle of economic activity and growth takes hold.

U.S. employment already returned to its pre-recession peak in May, with non-farm job gains of 217,000. Economists polled by Reuters on average expect that to dip by a modest 4,000 to 213,000 in June.

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thegildedrage:

Gentleman’s shoe fitting. c. 1930s

thegildedrage:

Gentleman’s shoe fitting. c. 1930s

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gentlementools:

Beauties by Calzoleria Meccariello

gentlementools:

Beauties by Calzoleria Meccariello