Edward Snowden's asylum placement ruffled feathers in rural Russia: President Putin bypassed a Soviet-era wait-list of several thousand, vying for this spacious single family residence. BEST VIEWED UNRESIZED. Member reactions:
I like the use of source as container here
Great play on words, and you know that could be not far from the truth in the near future for Snowden
Russian authorities confirm that US whistleblower Edward Snowden is still in the transit area at Moscow airport, negotiating with Equador and several other countries that may give him a political asylum. Answering to the White House demands to deport Snowden to the US, Russia's President Putin said "Mr. Snowden did not enter the Russian territory and stays in the transit area, so he remains a free man outside Russia's jurisdiction. He's free to choose his next destination and go." Meanwhile, many bookmaking agencies around the world started accepting bets on which country Snowden will end up with. Note that the US is on the list too :)
Choose a country where Edward Snowden might (or might not) get a political asylum, and show him assimilating into national clothes/traditions/professions of his new motherland.
American actor Edward Norton is turning 40 this Tuesday.
Norton became famous for his supporting role in the courtroom drama Primal Fear, which also got him his first Academy Award nomination. Since then, Norton had solid performances in American History X, Fight Club, Red Dragon, and other movies. With 13 years of acting behind him, Norton has still long acting career ahead, and his best role is yet to come. Happy 40th birthday, Edward!
To mark the 40th birthday of Edward Norton, photoshop him any way you wish. Showing what movies Norton could have played in, putting Edward in paintings, or showing what he does in his spare time. These are just some ideas.