A world apart: 2 women with birthdates in 1800s still alive http://t.co/RrLHTPImQE
Were All Those Rainbow Profile Photos Another Facebook Experiment? http://t.co/Mef0TZOltk
Interns Running to Deliver News of Gay Marriage Legalization http://t.co/HjbjHJaXQY
Chipotle Celebrates World Refugee Day By … Actually Helping Refugees http://t.co/VMYkhbHpnF
How Obama found grace: The remarkable week that transformed the president. http://t.co/YXXQbSYNgD via @slate
Ben & Jerry Celebrates Marriage Equality with "I Dough, I Dough" Ice Cream http://t.co/hmNuhRiesd
City Issues Parking Ticket to Car Sculpture it Commissioned http://t.co/6uUBQJ1NCl
Netflix Is About to Be Bigger Than ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox http://t.co/4CEbiJ5tnL
10-Year-Old Uses Mother’s Sewing Machine to Make Clothes for the Homeless http://t.co/O3HZMSNszW
Honored to join Martin Sorrell @WPP panel in Cannes today on the Future of Cities @kaec_saudi #yrcannes #canneslions http://t.co/sJkF8Oqus8
RT @MattGodfreyYR: @johngerzema hosts a panel on the future of Brands.. #yrcannes #canneslions http://t.co/UjgsJRNtkW
RT @DeborahBothun: @johngerzema shares BAV country brand POV and connects w/ Rashed and $100 b city, Saudi Arabia @Cannes_Lions http://t.co
Don Featherstone, Inventor of the Pink Flamingo (in Plastic), Dies at 79, via @nytimes http://t.co/CULvI4pbUk
Look forward to @PwC_LLP & @bavconsulting's Bonfire of the Brands panel w/ @spencerbaim Kim Larson Leslie Sims @KatrinaEntMed Patricia Oliva
Wal-Mart, American bellwether, and the Confederate flag - The Washington Post http://t.co/siokx1vnPJ

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