Originally posted on Random Candidate:
“Following a brief late summer spell in which there was little if any news of bankers taking their lives, asreported previously, the banker suicides returned with a bang when none other than the hedge fund partner of infamous former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Khan, Thierry Leyne, a French-Israeli entrepreneur, was found dead after jumping off the 23rd floor of one of the Yoo towers, a prestigious residential complex in Tel Aviv.”
“Just a few brief hours later the WSJ reported that yet another Deutsche Bank veteran has committed suicide, and not just anyone but the bank’s associate general counsel, 41 year old Calogero “Charlie” Gambino, who was found on the morning of Oct. 20, having also hung himself by the neck from a stairway banister, which according to the New York Police Department was the cause of death.”
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Originally posted on Political Vel Craft:
Unfortunately, however, the British mainstream media is deeming Prince Charles and the rest of his ilk in positions of power and perceived genetic royalty as if they are beyond reproach.
This approach is typical and to be expected, yet it is also highly ironic considering the fact that such is the same position the mainstream media took with the allegations against Jimmy Savile for so many years.
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All of a sudden,…so is EBOLA, so full of it. And as for people on the street? They know something is not right about this whole situation, the IMMEDIATE spreading from a man supposedly contracting it in another country, then bringing it here. They are so fiendish it’s pathetic, people are educated about this, no matter what the controlled media says. Again, we are not monkeys and while they are mentioning other countries. They forgot to mention the Red Cross has been evicted from some countries, being accused of giving Ebola through vaccines, and that Africa is Ebola free. I wish they would spread the truth, the way they can spread a lie.
Originally posted on WPMT FOX43:
An 11-year-old girl with some amazing hip hop moves is setting the Internet on fire.
Adilyn Malcom — otherwise known as Audacious Adi — is becoming a YouTube dancing sensation.
The stunner: she learned how to dubstep (dancing to electronic music) by watching YouTube videos. Yep, she’s never taken a dance class.
Originally posted on ALL THINGS MICHAEL! ♥:
Sources: Bloody Disgusting – By Johnathan Barkan | Edited By – All Things Michael
We’re gonna get a little funky with this Twisted Music Video Of The Week entry by showcasing Michael Jackson‘s “Ghosts”! We’re showing the shortened video, which comes from the longform Michael Jackson’s Ghosts, a near 40-minute video that was co-written by Stephen King and directed by FX wizard Stan Winston! That video was also awarded the title of “longest music video in history” by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2002.
“Ghosts” comes from Jackson’s 1997 remix album Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix.
If you want to watch the full version, simply head on over here.
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Originally posted on I Have Vanished:
Police are asking the public’s help in finding a 75-year-old man missing from the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood on the South Side since Thursday.
Robert Hampton was reported missing from the 7100 block of South Prairie, police said in a missing person alert. He was last seen Thursday in the 7100 block of South Michigan.
Originally posted on RelaxingCooking:
Niente di meglio di un buon pane preparato con le vostre mani, in questo caso quelle di mio figlio :) Facile da fare, buono da mangiare. L’impasto per il pane si presta a mille varianti, questo e’ con pancetta affumicata. Una vera e propria specialita’ che potrete servire per il pranzo o per gli spuntini fuori orario. Una gustosa bonta’ che conquistera’ tutti. E voi cosa aspettate… mani in pasta!
500 g di farina
un cubetto di lievito di birra fresco
300 ml di acqua tiepida (più o meno)
1 cucchiaino di zucchero
100 g di pancetta affumicata tritata grossolanamente
50 g di formaggio grattugiato (quello che preferite)
In una terrina sciogliete il lievito con un po’ di acqua tiepida e un cucchiaino di zucchero. Mettete la farina in un’altra terrina e aggiungete il lievito diluito, il sale e l’acqua residua. Lavorate il…
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