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It's official: the French Ministry of Culture has just awarded us the Museum of France label.

This means that we are part of a network of 1220 museums, and that everything we offer on our site is a work of art in its own right. So you can buy a pair now and then go and try to sell them at Christie's, for example. Or Drouot, if you're more of a chauvinist.

Since everything has become speculation these days, here's the best way to make a lot of money and have a lot of fun at the same time.

Just yesterday, a girl who bought a pair of of Gaby in turquoise Glitter two years ago was able to resell them, even though they were well worn, and in exchange was able to afford a 600 square meter penthouse with rooftop and view of the Luxembourg Gardens.

Now, I can well understand that you're not exactly rive gauche. But you should know that this eventuality does exist, and that I'm not known as the Queen of Pixie dust for nothing.

And don't forget that today is the birthday of Irvin Kershner, who specializes in sequels, having directed The Empire Strikes Back, at the request of Lucas, whose teacher he was, and Robocop 2, at the request of I don't know who.

Another fun fact about his filmography is that he directed a James Bond movie that wasn't really a James Bond movie, Never Say Never Again, starring a Sean Connery past his prime, and as pouty as ever. In short, Irvin Kershner is like a brother to me.

When I hear that, I want to throw myself off my dresser:

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