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The biggest Earth Holes

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

Sometimes our planet Earth scares us with something realy unusual and shoking. This is something you probably did not know about the Earth. These giant holes in the earth’s crust, created by nature or by human hands.

Topics: 7 Wonders, paparazi, photo, Russia, travel, USA, volcano | 106 Comments »

Las Vegas Weddings

Sunday, April 11th, 2010

Collection of the best Las Vegas Weddings photos. A wedding party poses before a vintage Las Vegas neon sign moments after the marriage ceremony at a nearby chapel.

Topics: Beauty, city, color, crowd, culture, festival, funny, paparazi, photo, travel, USA, wedding | No Comments »

Che Guevara historical photos narrations.

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Let’s start with Che Guevara. The Cuban photographer Alberto Corda took some photos of an argentine doctor and Cuban revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara in March of 1960.

Topics: army, celebrities, crowd, culture, design, paparazi, photo, politics, President, travel, USA, war | 90 Comments »

Top 15: The most dangerous jobs in the world.

Thursday, September 4th, 2008

15. Welder If you think that your job is hard – just follow this link!

Topics: accident, city, crash, crowd, funny, Insurance, lol, paparazi, photo, USA | 35 Comments »

The most horrific collapse of bridges over the past 100 years.

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

September 11, 1916. Quebec Bridge (Canada) This is not the first destruction of the bridge. The first time tragedy occurred in 1907. 95 people dead (both for the tragedy)

Topics: 2007, accident, china, crash, India, photo, Spain, USA | 9 Comments »

The Pet Fashon week show 2007. New York

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Topics: 2007, Beauty, cat, culture, funny, New York, USA | No Comments »

Bush at Al-Assad Air base in Syria

Saturday, September 8th, 2007

The president Bush secretly flew 12 hours to Al-Assad air base in a remote part of Anbar province, bypassing Baghdad in a symbolic expression of impatience with political paralysis in the nation’s capital. The gesture underscored the U.S. belief that the spark for progress may come at the local level. The temperature topped 110 degrees […]

Topics: Bush, politics, USA | 2 Comments »

Interesting Facts And Confusing Thoughts About The American Poor

Sunday, August 5th, 2007

Just came across some interesting numbers on American poverty, through this report: “Understanding Poverty in America“. In the write-up below, I am presenting some interesting highlights from the 2004 report (which is based on the Census data from 2002). To better appreciate the facts, it is important to view them in light of the poverty […]

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Minnesota Bridge Collapse Kills

Friday, August 3rd, 2007

Aug. 2 (Bloomberg) — The 40-year-old Minneapolis bridge that collapsed yesterday was being repaired when it buckled and dropped into the Mississippi River, killing four people and leaving at least 20 missing, officials said.“A bridge in America shouldn’t just fall down,” U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, a Minnesota Democrat, said in a local news conference. “We […]

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Forest Fire in USA

Saturday, May 19th, 2007

© NASA Forest Fire in Florida and Georgia © Damian Dovarganes / APSouth California © Jon M. Fletcher / APTaylor, Florida © Phil Sandlin / APColumbia County, Lake City, Florida © Lexey Swall / Naples Daily NewsPicayune Strand State Forest, Naples, Florida © Kevork Djansezian / APCatalina island, California © Mario Anzuoni / ReutersLos Angeles […]

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