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Thursday, 27 March 2014

The Most Expensive Divorces In History

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The Most Expensive Divorces In History

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, $250 million-plus

In 2012 Hollywood star and former governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife of 25 years, Maria Shriver, split after it was revealed that the actor had fathered a child with a staff member.
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Sunday, 23 March 2014

The Most Successful People Who Failed At First

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The Most Successful People Who Failed At First 

The quote, “You’re only as good as your last success” should actually be rephrased to, “You’re only as bad as your last failure.” You can’t possibly be a failure every single time. You’ll find success if you work hard, plan well, and don’t give up—like the 10 most successful failures of all time.

 
10. Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan failed getting into his varsity basketball team during sophomore year because he was clumsy and was only 5 feet 11 inches tall. High school and college sports performances are what NBA recruiters look into when scouting for talent, but Jordan had failed right from the start. So he locked himself up in his room to cry.
 But he tried out again the next year and got into the junior varsity team. He practiced the game every day and grew taller by a few more inches until he honed his skills to an unbelievable level. Years later, he became the NBA’s most famous MVP and the greatest basketball player of all time.    

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Monday, 17 March 2014

Unsolved Mysteries Of The Past

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Unsolved Mysteries Of The Past

Neither one of us to unravel these mysteriesmost likely, never will be able to:

shepherd's monument
This monument is located in Staffordshire (Englandand now 250 years old is haunted by lovers of puzzles to solveThe fact that it bears the strange sequenceof letters DOUOSVAVVM, which is not given to decipher. Fought over thisencryption of such great minds as Charles Dickens and Charles Darwin.
Author inscription is unknown, but there is speculation that it had been left by the Knights Templarand in it lies a clue as to the location of the Holy Grail.
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