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Our Special Mirail-Till-We-Die Issue – OUT NOW!

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The DGSE – France’s Own Peeping Tom

While revelations of the unchecked authority of the NSA are blowing through international media, one group of tech-savvy cowboys are ducking their heads below the table and holding their breath. The DGSE, or Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure*, has … Continue reading

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Mariner Celebrates 2 Years With Kick-Ass Issue

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Green Like Your Barf on Sunday:

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The Free Revolution

Nearly two months ago, Free Mobile became the fourth mobile service provider in France. They offered two simple plans for costumers to choose from; they offered no smartphones at discounted prices; they didn’t even bother with paid advertising. And yet … Continue reading

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DSK: A Crime Without Consequence

The New York City prosecutors requested Monday that the rape case of Dominique Strauss-Kahn be dismissed, basing their decision on thorough background checks on the victim and her past, notably concerning her request for asylum from her native Guinea, (one … Continue reading

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DSK: Update

We at The Mariner like to keep ourselves and our readers up to date on our favorite “chimpanzee in rut,” the former head of the IMF Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Having recently pleaded ‘Not Guilty,’ he and his million-dollar legal team has … Continue reading

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DSK Arrested for Being a Dirty Old Creep

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, managing director of the IMF, was arrested in New York and is being charged with the kidnapping, sexual abuse, and attempted rape of a hotel maid. Sir, you fucked up. But the French press is strangely hesitant to … Continue reading

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