Saturday, July 5, 2014

Top 8 Weirdest Previous Jobs Of Celebrities

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Posted : September 2013
Author : Ekaterina

As a rule, previous jobs of celebrities are noticeably different from their current occupations. They take great pains to hide their past experience, but I don`t understand why. It`s understood that before their fame came they were ordinary people and had to earn money for living as all people do. But, I must admit, some of the professions, that celebrities were busy with, are really strange and unexpected, so here are some of them.

Friday, July 4, 2014

The Most Incredible Facts About Gemstones

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Author : Agnes Kelly

15  Hackmanite: Keep in the Dark
This mineral is a variety of Sodalite that possesses one interesting and unique quality, which is called "tenebrescence." When exposed to light, gemstone can become almost colorless, and when it stays in the dark for a long period of time, its color becomes saturated violet. Ideas of Mother Nature are so unpredictable!

Thursday, July 3, 2014

5 Hilariously Bizarre Facts About Celebrities

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Posted : 2013
Author : the admin

Celebrities may inhabit a completely different world to the rest of us but they are still flesh and blood; they still have the same bodily functions and they still have little secrets which they don’t want anybody to know.
Here is the list of 5 Hilariously Bizarre Facts About Celebrities:

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

The Best Insults In History

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Posted : April 2012
Author : the admin

The Best Insults In History: Winston Churchill
The extremely witty and much-loved British Prime Minister Winston Churchill tops the list with his verbal spat with Lady Astor. The conservative dame forever admonished Churchill for his cigars and alcohol habits, and Churchill was not one to take the insults lying down. Of their famous squabbles, the most memorable is when Astor commented, “If you were my husband, I’d poison your tea.” Churchill’s riposte? “Madame, if you were my wife, I’d drink it.”

Finger Lickin’ Good

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Posted : May 2014
Author : HGWeditor

Forget Colonel Sanders, here are Malaysia’s top 3 foods that are best enjoyed cutlery-free - by the HungryGoWhere team
David Moyes and MU. Leather boots in Malaysian weather. Banana leaf rice with a fork and spoon. All these things share one thing in common – they just don’t go together. Here are some Malaysian favourites that just taste better when we dig right in and get our hands dirty.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Well-Preserved, 120-Million-Year-Old Carcass Of Dinosaur Uncovered In Siberia

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Posted : June 2014
Author : the admin

A well-preserved carcass of a dinosaur, whose age is estimated at more than 120 million years, was found during excavations at the paleontological complex Shestakovsky in the Kemerovo region of Russia, Siberia. Researchers uncovered the carcass of, supposedly, Psittacosaurus Sibiricus, the Director of the Kemerovo Regional Museum, Olga Feofanova told Interfax. 

Deadly Hunter Killer Submarine – New SuperSub

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Posted : September 2012
Author : the admin

She cost around £1billion to build, has sonar so sensitive it can hear other vessels 3,000 miles away and carries a giant payload of 38 deadly Tomahawk cruise missiles. HMS Ambush, the Royal Navy’s newest nuclear attack submarine, is one of the most sophisticated and powerful vessels of her type ever built. The giant Astute-class sub, which was commissioned in 2013, is so hi-tech she doesn’t even need a periscope.

Monday, June 30, 2014

Crazy Animals That Actually Exist

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Posted : August 2013
Author : Matt Weber

20. The Shoebill
The Shoebill (Balaeniceps rex) also known as Whalehead or Shoe-billed Stork, is a very large stork-like bird. It derives its name from its massive shoe-shaped bill. Although it has a somewhat stork-like overall form and has previously been classified in the order Ciconiiformes, its true affiliations with other living birds is ambiguous. Some authorities now reclassify it with the Pelecaniformes. The adult is mainly grey while the juveniles are browner. It lives in tropical east Africa in large swamps from Sudan to Zambia.  

Top Ten Strange Religious Beliefs

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Posted : February 2013
Author : the admin

Religion is precious to many people. It is the driving force that helps them deal with daily challenges and keeps them on their moral track. Religion has been the source of incredible strength to help overcome unimaginable hardship. As the list below shows, however, religion can also be a big ball of confusion and hatred. Here are the top ten bizarre religious beliefs that people actually follow.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

My Hatred For Printers Can Be Best Summed Up By Viewing This Post

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Posted : January 2014
Author : the admin

Printers seem to have a life of their own. They seem to know when your dateline is approaching and they start to act up. The more you show your anger, the more problems they start to give. I had gone through many such situations with many types of printers; and to know my hatred for these peripherals, view the following pictures in this post....

Ridiculously Awesome Job Titles

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Posted : May 2013
Author : the admin

"You do what?" - this question might come to your mind when asking these people the nature of their job. Some are awesome while others are weird, but one thing they have in common is they are all simply ridiculous. Lets take a good look and ask yourself what is the true nature of their job....

Chinese Father Carries His Disabled Son 18 Miles To School Every Day

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Posted : March 2014
Author : the admin

A parent’s devotion to their children can sometimes be one of the strongest natural forces in the world, and Yu Xukang, a proud and loving father in Yibin county in China, is no exception. Every day, he travels a total of 18 miles to ensure that Xiao Qiang, his disabled 12-year-old son, can go to school.

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