David Rockefeller, World’s Oldest Billionaire, Dies At 101

David Rockefeller, World’s Oldest Billionaire, Dies At 101

David Rockefeller listens to a lecture hosted by the Japan Society in New York City in May 2001. He passed away on Monday, March 20 at age 101. (Photo by Andrew Serban / Bloomberg News) David Rockefeller, the world’s oldest billionaire, passed away on Monday morning at age 101. According to a family spokesperson, Rockefeller, the last remaining grandchild of America’s first billionaire, Standard Oil founder John D. […]

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33 Shocking Photos About Today’s World

33 Shocking Photos About Today’s World

When you take a moment and look around at the world, things can seem pretty messed up. I believe Michael Ellner said it well in his quote: “Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” Now obviously Ellner’s quote is a simplified way […]

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23 Images Proving That War Can’t Kill Love

23 Images Proving That War Can’t Kill Love

War is a difficult thing to go through, but these photos reveal that war can’t kill love, but love can kill war. The images were taken during World War II and we think they are inspiring. Let us know what you think in the comments below: Source: Facebook Share This:

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Travel Expectations vs Reality

Travel Expectations vs Reality

What we want vs. what we get when we travel: 1. Great Wall of China 2. Santorini, Greece 3. Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy 4. The Louvre, France 5. Eiffel Tower, France 6. Canals in Venice, Italy 7. Copacabana beach, Brazil 8. Trevi Fountain, Italy 9. Giza Pyramids, Egypt 10. Stonehenge, Great Britain 11. Spanish Steps, Italy 12. St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican 13. The Little […]

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Google’s top 2016 searches reveal humanity’s common obsessions: money, music, and hurricanes

Google’s top 2016 searches reveal humanity’s common obsessions: money, music, and hurricanes

Google has released its annual list of the year’s most popular searches, offering another simple — but revealing — glimpse into the nation’s psyche. In 2016, money, music, and natural disasters took up the top three spots in the form of the searches “Powerball,” “Prince,” and “Hurricane Matthew.” They’re all deserving of attention: the Powerball jackpot in January was $1.56 billion — the biggest in […]

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This Woman Gave Birth To Her Own Grandson — “It’s What Mums Do”

This Woman Gave Birth To Her Own Grandson — “It’s What Mums Do”

From the moment her daughter, Jessica Jenkins, was diagnosed with cervical cancer at 18, British hairdresser Julie Bradford was ready to do anything to help her. And now, three years since Jenkins’ diagnosis, Bradford has served as a surrogate and given birth to her own grandson, Jack. Bradford, 45, told the Daily Mirrorthat she never had a moment of doubt about her decision. “You watch […]

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Time Magazine has named Donald Trump its Person of the Year

Time Magazine has named Donald Trump its Person of the Year

Time magazine has named Donald Trump its Person of the Year — calling him “President of the Divided States of America.” “I don’t think that we have ever seen one person, operating in such an unconventional way, have an impact on the events of the year,” said Time editor Nancy Gibbs. She called this year’s choice “one of the more straightforward years.” Trump beat runner-up […]

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