Monday , 19 February 2018


Interesting Historical Facts

Daniel Steibelt, a top pianist in his own right, challenged his contemporary Beethoven to a musical improv duel. Steibelt did believe he had a shot; he was no kid, and had already composed for Marie Antoinette and operatized a successful version of Romeo and Juliet. He showed up to the improv and played one of his own works, for which …

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Royally interesting facts about the late Princess Diana

She was already a noble. Royals generally don’t marry commoners—Prince William and Kate Middleton excepted. Before she was Princess Diana, she was Lady Diana Spencer, as her father inherited the title of Earl Spencer when she was 14. She was homeschooled for most of her childhood. She was then shipped off to boarding school: Riddlesworth Hall School and West Heath …

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Ex-gang Members React to Seeing Themselves Without Tattoos

These ex-gang members left their lives of violence and crime behind them, but parts of their past are unshakeable. Most prominently, the gang and prison tattoos covering much of their bodies, including their faces. Photographer Steven Burton took photos of the fully-inked men as they are. He then used photoshop to depict how they would look if they never fell …

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Amazing Facts About K9 Dogs

There is something so undeniably cute about a dog in uniform. I’m serious. It could be a seriously intense dog, chasing after me because it thinks that I’ve got some weed hiding on my person, and instead of running, I think I’d just try to pet the guy. What can I say? I love dogs. Sure I’d end up in …

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The Ultimate Unsolved Mystery Of Women’s Bodies

Nature’s ultimate mystery isn’t the Bermuda Triangle or the singing sand dunes, it’s the female body. I’ve done as much experimenting and researching as the fairer sex would allow me and I am still pleasantly puzzled from time to time. These people, however, definitely need a refresher course on the female anatomy. “I tried to schedule a c section because …

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