From the Financial Times:

Jacques Chirac, French president, on Thursday night stormed out of a European Union summit after a French industrialist began addressing leaders of the bloc in English.

Mr Chirac and two senior ministers walked out in protest at the decision of Ernest-Antoine Seilliere, head of the Unice employers organisation, to make a plea for economic reform in ‘the language of business’.

Symbolic for the troubled times in the EU?

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    Hey Cecily/Devina!Haha! That’s sooo cool about the green lights… and all the kids asking Christ in after club! Whoohoo!Tim and Aaron

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    He wore his uniform, I’m sure. I’m not a morning person, but at first I read that as it costing a million dollars to look good when you’re fifty. Which is almost true.

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    Voi jumankauta. Ainut ongelma ongelma sivulla on että se ei sano mitään. Miten se laajeneminen räjähtäminen käytännössä eroaa “ylimääräisestä tilaulottuvuudesta”? Ainakin minun mielikuvassani samaan tapaan väliin tulee “tyhjää” laajenemalla räjähtämällä ja seuraa laajeneminen räjähtäminen turpoaminen “eitilaulottuvuuteen”. :) :) :)

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