Και στα δικά σου…!
Και στα δικά σου…!
May the gods be forever in your favor.
“We simply made the biggest mistake in our history.”
Greece, speed lines and pizza. Tennis has a new sensation.
Make eggs, not war.
Esther Honig’s single self-portrait became a mosaic of “the perfect woman” as seen in vastly different cultures.
Colombia holds on to beat Ivory Coast, 2-1. Colombia can now advance to the knockout round with a Japan win or draw vs. Greece.
“We’re all going on a summer holiday.” And we’re going to get completely wankered. Slightly NSFW.
Lions, and tigers, and bears… Olé!
Across Europe voters have rejected the political elite, turning in their droves to radical nationalist parties that want to see the end of the European Union.
Lend me your eyes, and I will tell you the tastiest story ever told.
After a few tough years, Greece is resurgent once again.
Keep doing what you’re doing, NASA. It’s incredible.
Grab your keys and a friend.
Where the hell is Kostas?
Wanderlust (n): a strong desire for or impulse to wander or travel and explore the world.
Quite possibly the worst typo ever.
The land of Hellas is gorgeous, and it needs your tourism dollars more than ever. Καλό ταξίδι!
This makes for uncomfortable viewing.
It’s beautiful, isn’t it?
Tom Daley, Tom Shmaley.
There’s also a podcast.
It’s being called a debt crisis grudge match, but if you really want to know what the Germany-Greece Euro 2012 quarterfinal game will be like, watch this classic Monty Python sketch.
The neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party won about 7% of the vote in Greek Elections today, according to exit polls. Here they are singing the national anthem in Thessaloniki, tossing ballots off the balcony in Athens, and yelling, “Another punch for the lesbian!”
A warrant has thankfully been issued for his arrest. A spokesman for the Golden Dawn — a far right party which recently won seats in Greece’s parliamentary elections — throws water in the face of one leftist politician, then repeatedly slaps the face of another.
As Republicans try to get average voters to care about the deficit, they may have found the perfect object lesson. It has nothing to do with prairie fires.
Athens is still reeling from the riots which burned 45 buildings and triggered a forceful crackdown by police. Protesters were furious with the severe austerity cuts passed by Parliament in order to accept an EU bailout package. Demonstrations continued today, but nowhere near the ferocity of what was seen over the weekend.
A group of black-hooded youths hurled Molotov cocktails at various shops Sunday night, hours before Greece Parliament looks to pass a 130 billion euro bailout. The bill would ostensibly save the government from bankruptcy but would also result in 3.3 billion euros being cut from people’s wages and pensions.