Because 80 percent of success is just showing up!
7 foot tall professional boxer Nikolai Valuev’s face after years of taking a beating in the ring
Plastic Surgery Blamed for Making All Miss Korea Contestants Look Alike.
A Chinese military regiment takes part in morning exercises in sub-zero temperatures on the Sino-Russian border
English soldiers’ kit from 1066
How English has changed in the past 1000 years
This female volleyball player from Kazakhstan is branded ‘too beautiful’ and distracting to play the game
Jonathan the turtle in year 1900 and today. Jonathan is 182 years old
The Dubai Police Unveil Their 1.6 million dollar Bugatti Veyron Police Car
1,000,000 dollar bathtub cut from a single piece of quartz
Preserved Megalapteryx foot
World’s Oldest Bodybuilder
This Woman Was Born in 1936-Ernestine Sheperd, former Guiness record holder for the World’s Oldest Bodybuilder. Her diet consists of 1,700 calories a day, mostly from boiled egg whites, chicken, vegetables and a liquid egg white drink, and she runs about 80 miles a week, she does not take supplements.
A cube made out of one way mirrors
Do you even leg press, bro?
Photo from Gaza that looks like actual hell on earth
Man prevented around 160 suicides
An Australian man named Don Ritchie who lives by a cliff has prevented around 160 suicides in his 50 years of living there, by striking up a conversation with people contemplating suicide and inviting them to his house for tea.
Rainbow Eucalyptus In Kauai, Hawaii
Now that’s what I call a very close call.
Medal of Honor
A picture of Medal of Honor recipient Kyle Carpenter who jumped on a grenade to save fellow marines, with his mother. After everything he’s been through, he’s still her little boy. Medal of Honor recipients have a slew of privileges and courtesies, including additional allowances, air travel as they see fit, automatic admission of their children to any Military Academy, invitations to all future presidential inaugurations and inaugural balls. What’s more, members of the uniformed services will render salutes to Medal of Honor recipients without regard to rank or status. A four star general or admiral, they could be chief of staff of their branch, or in charge of an entire command, but they will salute Corporal Carpenter. That is respect.
via – ebaumsworld