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Scott Bilker first applied for a credit card in the late ’80s when he realized he would need to borrow money to pay his tuition bills. His efforts to avoid paying interest and score better deals quickly got him a very fat wallet. According to Bilker, banks rarely turned him down thanks to his perfect payment history.
George Lucas dreamed up planets with two suns and cloud cities, and Gene Roddenberry invented dozens of worlds that were all suspiciously similar to the Southern California desert. But as actual space exploration advances and we start to learn what’s really on the surface of those distant worlds, it becomes increasingly clear that our imagination has no chance of competing with the jaw-dropping, pants-peeing craziness outer space is capable of cooking up.
3. Slain Al-Qaeda Chief Osama Bin Laden Urged his children to Go live Peacefully in the West and Get a University Education
Slain Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden urged his children to go live peacefully in the West and get a university education, his brother-in-law said in an interview published Sunday. Bin Laden was killed in a commando raid in May 2011 by US Navy SEALS at a house in the garrison town of Abbottabad, northwest Pakistan, where he had been living for several years.
“A Buddhist monk” would not be the first guess from most people when asked who invented the5-Hour Energy drink. But Forbes reporter Clare O’Conner discovered that’s exactly who is behind the phenomenon that has a 90%-near monopoly of the energy shot market.
News of the fantasy thriller ‘Thale’ has intrigued movie buffs worldwide ever since a trailer with English-language subtitles appeared two weeks ago. The woman reveals herself to be a huldra, a secretive figure in Scandinavian folklore with the body and facial features of a beautiful woman and the tail of a cow.
A young man and woman are having a friendly chat after a yoga class. The fresh-faced blonde seems totally relaxed but then she freezes. ”Did you just look at my chest,” she asks angrily, arms firmly folded…
Todd Johnson’s Shockfossils are “multimillion volt Lichtenberg figures in acrylic.” He masks acrylic slabs with lead and then rents time on a commercial particle accelerator and the result are beautiful, fern-like fractals.