Tuesday , 21 November 2017


Grande Hotel in Mozambique

Grande Hotel was built in 1955 in Mozambique, when it still was a Portuguese colony. It used to be one the Africa’s most luxury hotels. During the independence movement in 1963 the Grande Hotel became a home for the local soldiers. The army left the hotel in 1975, and it has been occupied by homeless people. Now more than 2,000 …

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Tractor vs Seven Police Cars

A 34-year-old American vigilante Roger Pion, after being arrested by police last month, displayed his disapproval at the decision by completely destroying seven vehicles after driving his 15-ton tractor into a police car park and flattening three quarters of the force’s fleet.

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Vernon C. Bain Center (VCBC)

The Vernon C. Bain Center (VCBC) is an 800-bed jail barge used to hold inmates for New York City as part of the New York City Department of Corrections as part of the vast Rikers Island jail complex. It was built in New Orleans for $161 million and brought to New York in 1992 to reduce overcrowding in the island’s …

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Epic Crash

At Trader Joe’s parking lot in Claremont, California, Rod Kamitsuka backed his 1994 Honda Accord out of the parking and then somehow, the sedan moved forward hitting a handicapped parking sign, which acted as a ramp launching the car into the air and on to the roof of a 1998 Lexus SC 300. To get the car back to the …

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What a Touching Story

Jamie Amos and Jonathan Tajoya from Portland, Oregon, married several days before Jamie was to undergo brain surgery to remove a tumor.

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