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Here are the latest updates on No Bread and Circuses for You.  The full text of the five newest updates will be reported here, while older updates will just have a link to the post in question.

1.  A brief note to my loyal readers. - November 26, 2014

I'm going to be taking a break from this blog for a couple of days. Since the beginning, this blog's been a one-man operation. And the beginning was eight months ago. During that time, I've spent way too much time researching, reading, and posting stories that I felt were relevant to the quickly evolving political situations of 2014. It's time for a break.

That does not mean there will be no stories for the next few days. I always seem to have more stories to post than I have time to post them. I'm going to go through some of this backlog and schedule some of these stories for the next few days. Hopefully you'll see something of interest to you. And if there are any very important breaking stories, I'll likely take a break from my break to do some updates.

See you in a couple of days.

2.  Submit a Story link added:

Dear readers,

I would like to take a moment to thank everybody who has stopped by to visit my site both in the past, the present, and hopefully in the future.  In eight short months, I've already had over 130,000 visits.  This was certainly a big surprise for me!  I hope that you have found the stories that I've posted useful and informative.  But a strange thing has happened in the time since I started posting the stories. It was never my intention to have this blog be primarily about Russia and Ukraine. But it seems to have turned out that way, hasn't it?

What this means of course is that there are lots of other important stories that just don't get posted here.  I would love to have many more hours each day just to read and post.  But that's not really possible, is it?  So, I'd like to ask each of you for a little help.  Are there important stories I'm missing?  (Of course there are).  Please let me know about them!  They most certainly do not have to be about Ukraine or Russia; underreported stories, both political and economic and beyond, are welcome for submission. It can be about any part of the world. The BRICS nations, Europe, Asia, the Americas.

How to submit? Over in the sidebar, you see a link "submit a story". Just click there and leave your link in the comment section. Please note that the comments are moderated, so the link you submit will not be visible. But rest assured that this has been submitted and that I will look at it. I cannot promise that I will use each and every link submitted, but if I feel it's a good fit for the blog, I will most certainly post it.

Thanks for stopping by, and with your help I hope you'll find this site even more useful and informative in the future!

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