Quick mental exercise for you: Imagine the Dark Knight Rises where the Dark Knight doesn’t show up to protect Gotham. Now, imagine a version of Indiana Jones and Raiders of The Lost Ark where the whip wielding archeologist isn’t around to stop the Nazis from securing the Ark of the Covenant. All right, still with me? Imagine Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone where the frail, spectacle sporting British lad stays back at Hogwarts to catch on up on his lessons. Now, Imagine all the people liv..ing..for today…. sorry ‘bout that. Anyway, my point is: What happens when the protagonist of a film franchise is absent, especially when the title possesses that character’s moniker, of an entire movie? Well, that happens to be the case with The Bourne Legacy.
As I mentioned, Jason Bourne is nowhere to be found, save for a few pictures, in the Bourne…
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“Princess Diana’s Priceless David Emanuel Gown”
Ever since Lady Di stepped out of her carriage to wed Prince Charles in 1981, her grandiose Victorian-style gown has remained the tulle that bridal legends are made of. The 250-yard lace, tulle and ivory silk taffeta gown, with over 10,000 pearls and sequins covering its layers upon layers of fabric and an equally grand 25-foot-long train to boot, garnered plenty of attention during its world tour last year. Even though poufy sleeves went out with shoulder pads decades ago, the dramatic gown is as enchanting today as it was back in the ’80s — and you can’t put a price tag on that sort of timeless appeal. So here are our calculations: Runway-worthy fabric: $43,000. A modern-day remake of an iconic princess gown: $400,000. A diamond-doused showstopper: $12 million. A gown that will forever remain at the pinnacle of brides’ imaginations: priceless.
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A simple way to add visual variety to your site’s front page is to publish your content using Post Formats. Over 50 of our themes support Post Formats, which means they can display various types of content — including images, videos, quotes, links, audio, and short snippets called “asides” — with different formatting, adding subtle but nice touches to your site.
The types of Post Formats you can choose from depends on your theme. To see what Post Formats your current theme supports, go to Posts » Add New in the dashboard and look for a Format module on the right, with various options like the one below:
Using Post Formats is optional — if your theme supports them, you don’t have to use them, since the default (standard) format works well with any content you publish. Using Post Formats is also free: you don’t need to purchase the custom…
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