21 April

Before Captain James Cook became the first European to visit the Hawaiian Islands and “put them on the map” for the nations of Europe, he was already a note-worthy sailor and explorer. In addition to the Hawaiian Islands, Cook is recognized as the first European to make contact with the people of eastern Australia and […]

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21 April

She was ranked as one of the “100 Greatest Women of Rock and Roll” by VH1 and earned a spot in Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Singers of All Time”. She inspired the likes of Madonna and Sheryl Crow. Her voice was lauded as the “one of the greatest voices of our lifetime” by Elton John. […]

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21 April

Damn Lag CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source of this funny post if you would like to see more. CLICK HERE Author: liver: https://www.eatliver.com/feed/

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20 April

Rock singers aren’t typically known for their gentlemanly nature or polite behavior, and members of bands like The Rolling Stones, Mötley Crüe, and Black Sabbath have certainly proven this to be true over the years. Far from being an exception to this unwritten rule, Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose is perhaps one of the […]

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20 April

The United States may be a relatively young country, having been founded in 1776, but it has some ties with the Middle Ages. The Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem (SMOTJ) was founded in the 1960s in the United States, following in the footsteps of the Knights Templar, a Christian order dating back […]

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20 April

What does Kansas City have to do with the Titanic? Not much. The city that stands on the formidable Missouri River does, however, have a link to another considerable shipwreck. The Missouri River, measuring at a lengthy 2,500 miles, is the longest river in America and comes in 4th longest in all the world (after […]

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20 April

Today, when the assassination of a public figure is seen as a rare and shocking event, it might be surprising to learn that out of the first 31 popes, 27 are believed to have been murdered. In the early days of Christianity, many were martyred as heretics. As Christianity became more widely accepted, martyrdom became […]

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20 April

Evidenced by the high divorce rate in western countries, most relationships don’t work out. Statistics indicate that 40% of relationships end within 3 years. If you’re curious as to why most relationships fail and what you can do to prevent relationship breakdown, please keep reading. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to manage the different stages […]

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20 April

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! This Week [April 14-20th, 2019] Bizarre burials, water on the Moon, a 42,000-year-old horse, and the rest of the week’s weird new from Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Ancient Skeletons In Britain While performing construction for new water pipes in Oxfordshire, England, a mass burial site of Iron Age […]

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20 April

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Police use codes for internal communication, but, contrary to popular belief, the Los Angeles Police Department does not use the radio code “420” when referring to drug possession.  It’s also not the city’s penal code for marijuana use. Cannabis aficionados, and even those who abstain from smoking the […]

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