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June 6, 2008

The American – 'A monthly for Italy and the world'


Odd title if that's the case, what?

"The American takes its name from the Rome Daily American newspaper (1945-1984)."


Impressive list of contributors.

More about the magazine here.

It's free online, €2.50 at newstands throughout Italy.

PDF issues for the past two years here — free.

We like free.

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Well, I just googled some images of old Silvio, and the resemblance to TLJ seems to fade away quite a bit when you get the whole head in the picture.

I don't care.
I bet they couldn't find a profile pic of Silvio and somebody rummaged around and found one of TLJ and said "Nevermind, this'll do good enough and nobody's gonna really LOOK at it anyhow."


Posted by: Flautist | Jun 6, 2008 7:42:36 PM

Holy cow! Look at that profile. Who does that look like? I would have sworn up and down that it was Tommy Lee Jones.
However, apparently it is the Prime Minister of Itly, Silvio Berlusconi.
It cannot be. Never!
Take a look at this,

then tell me he's not PM of Itly (according to the magazine pic). It's not a profile (I couldn't find one), but still...

Posted by: Flautist | Jun 6, 2008 7:33:55 PM

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