Thursday , 26 November 2015



This Woman Bought A Toy Store So She Could Give All The Toys Away

This woman’s generosity knows no limits. Carol Suchman regularly donates toys to disadvantaged kids but this year she decided to do it on an even bigger scale. She came across Hudson Party Store in New York City, which had gone out of business so she bought up all of its stock to donate as gifts to the New York City …

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Inmates In Rio Compete For The Title Of Miss Criminal 2015

The Talavera Bruce jail, inside the Bangu penitentiary centre is home to an annual contest where the female inmates compete to be Miss Criminal. The number of imprisoned females in Brazil has risen over 500 percent in the past 14 years causing 600,000 inmates to be imprisoned. The contest is supposed to give them an escape from their daily lives …

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China Is Burning Money By The Billions, Find Out Why

China has recently discovered a new way to generate electricity and they’re doing it by burning money. China is burning billions of cremated banknotes to keep the lights on. This year alone over 180 billion yuan has been burned to generate electricity for Yancheng City, Jiangsu Province.

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You Won’t Believe What This Old Cabinet Contained

You just never know what you’re going to find when you open up an old cabinet. Although this looked like an ordinary cupboard, when this dude dug a little deeper he found some fascinating artifacts left over from the civil war. At fist glance, everything seems normal. But, when looking at the drawers, it seems strange that the middle divider …

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India Is Home To Many Subterranean Marvels

Many of India’s most marvelous locations lie below the surface. There are many beautiful things to see in India, but the subterranean architecture is simply breathtaking. Mahila Bag Jhalra, Jodhpur, Rajasthan   Agrasen ki Baoli, Delhi (14th c.) Anonymous Baoli, Narnaul, Haryana Dada Harir Vav, Ahmedabad, Gujarat (1499) Mukundpura Baoli, Narnaul Raniji ki Baoli, Bundi, Rajasthan (1699) Ujala Baoli, Mandu, …

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