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Fri Apr 27 '18 Announcement from Workshop in a big studio!
Source:  Indiegogo: Announcements
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:49

Hi guys,I have a dream! I would like to do a Workshop in one of the most important studios in Italy!

Let me possible!

That's the link of the studio:

http://www.aemmerecordingstudios.com


Fri Apr 27 '18 Announcement from Translating Capitalism and Freedom by M.Friedman
Source:  Indiegogo: Announcements
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:46

Dear backers,

 

Our best translators are working slowly, but effectively on the translation of the book. After translation, I personally will check the entire book.


Best, in liberty,

 

Admir


Fri Apr 27 '18 Announcement from Gay History of Sitges - La Historia Gay de Sitges
Source:  Indiegogo: Announcements
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:43

Initial poster for the Doc. Still waiting to add on a few major Sponsors & their Logos.

Póster Inicial para el Doc. En la espera de algunos Esponsores Principales & sus Logos


Mike Posner Calls Avicii's Death a Wake-up Call, Wants Him Remembered for His Songs
Source:  TMZ
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:40

Mike Posner's still coping with the loss of Avicii, and says the world-famous DJ's death has been a harsh reminder for him -- nothing lasts forever. We got the singer at LAX Thursday and asked him how he feels about his hit track, "I Took A Pill In…


Scientists record the world's longest penguin dive
Source:  Mashable
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:36

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Emperor penguins are excellent divers, and scientists in Antarctica have clocked the world's longest dive from the aquatic bird.

The tracked penguins managed to complete underwater dives as long as 32.2 minutes, eclipsing the previous record of 27.6 minutes. On average, emperor penguins dive for about three to six minutes.

On average, the penguins dove 90.2 metres (98.64 yards) deep, but sometimes went as deep as 450 metres (492 yards). More than 96,000 dives were recorded, with most tags attached for at least six months. Read more...

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A symbolic tree was planted on the North-South Korean border during the groundbreaking summit
Source:  business insider
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:32

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  • South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un planted a commemorative pine tree "as an expression of wishes for peace and prosperity" during their diplomatic summit on Friday — their first in more than a decade.
  • Moon and Kim applied a mixture of soil and water from the mountains and rivers in North and South Korea.


South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un planted a commemorative pine tree on Friday "as an expression of wishes for peace and prosperity" during their historic summit at Panmunjom, the border of North and South Korea.

The pine tree dates back to 1953, when the armistice to suspend the Korean War hostilities was signed, inter-Korean summit preparation committee chairman Im Jong-seok said during a televised news conference.

As a symbolic gesture of unity, the two leaders applied a mixture of soil and water from the mountains and rivers in North and South Korea. In addition to the tree, a stone plaque with an engraving that said "Peace and Prosperity Are Planted," was affixed nearby.

The symbolism of the planting ceremony stretches beyond the tree's branches for Moon, who has a shared history with the location and a particular tree.

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In 1976, two US soldiers were murdered by North Koreans wielding axes in the Demilitarized Zone. The slain US soldiers were reportedly on a mission to trim a poplar tree — a plan that the North previously agreed to. The tree had been blocking the view of US and South Korean forces.

As a South Korean special forces soldier, Moon was a member of a joint US-South Korean mission that removed the tree as a sign of defiance: "Fortunately the operation was accomplished safely as North Korea didn't respond to our tree-cutting work, and all of us were given a piece of wood as a badge, for overcoming a national crisis," Moon said in his memoir, according to Reuters.

On Friday morning, Kim and Moon made history when they greeted each other in what was the first meeting between leaders of the two countries in 11 years.

Moon is the third South Korean president to meet with North Korea's leader. His predecessors, President Kim Dae-jung and Roh Moo-hyun, held meetings with North Korea in 2000 and 2007, respectively.

SEE ALSO: A new era of diplomatic relations with North Korea is on the horizon — here's what's happened so far

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Kate Middleton & Prince William New Son Already Getting Celebrity Swag
Source:  TMZ
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:30

Kate Middleton and Prince William's third child may be fifth in line to the throne, but he's already ruling when it comes to raking in gifts from celebs and dignitaries. We're told James Corden, Diane von Furstenberg and the First Family…


Arsenal boss Wenger refuses to blame Koscielny for Griezmann goal in Atletico draw
Source:  Goal.com News - English - America
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:26

Laurent Koscielny with Antoine Griezmann

The Frenchman did not want to single out any individuals after his side's 1-1 stalemate in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final


Former NFL player being slammed to ground
Source:  Live Leak
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:22

A video of a former NFL player being arrested by Henry County Police Officers is quickly picking up steam online. The video, posted to Facebook, appears to shows Desmond Marrow being slammed to the ground before being pinned into a position and apparently passing out. According to NFL.com, Marrow is a defense back from the University of Toledo and was an un-drafted player by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2012. He never made it out of pre-season, and it was his last time suited up for any NFL team. In the video, which doesn't have a date stamp, Marrow appears to be handcuffed. With his hands cuffed behind his back, one officer lifts his right leg and they throw him to the ground. On his Facebook page, Marrow says officers claimed he had a gun in his pocket, but he says it was only a cellphone. He also wrote that police "knocked my teeth out, slammed me on my head and choked me out until I was unconscious. In addition I suffered a shoulder strain and a concussion." {file|t=uNPLO_1524813683}}

White Guy That Identifies As Black Denied Free Coffee At Starbucks
Source:  Live Leak
Friday, 27 April 2018 03:22

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