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Strange and Amusing Statues From Around the Globe

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12 Most Shocking Safe-Driving Awareness Ads

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Bangalore Traffic Police has been running an outdoor advertising campaign using disturbing photography to shock people out of talking to their friends and families on the phone while they are driving.

Russian Babes at Motor Park 2011

Surely, bikers love such events as Motor Park 2011. They love it not for bikes but for babes, cute and must-see.

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Funny 90s Prom Pictures

If you used to feel embarrassed while looking at your old prom photos, maybe this collection of prom photos will make you feel better. It might have been awkward now to some people but you should ask the people who wore them back then. Yeah, 100% of them said they scored. It's prom season! Let's all admire the stylish prom fashions of the past with this collection of pictures.
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New Stylish Cool Birds And Animals Images

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55 Beautiful Bird's-Eye Photos by Yann Arthus-Bertrand

One interesting trend we have noticed recently is the use of a bird’s-eye view to take photographs. Modern photographers love to experiment with things and observe how people interact with their work. Although not yet the most common trend, still, as new design styles come up and more and more photographers notice and make use of them, it promises to be an interesting area.

Yann Arthus-Bertrand is a French photographer and environmentalist who has a tendency toward stunning bird’s eye view photography. Revealing Earth from above, Yann Arthus-Bertrand reveals wonderful symmetry and color. The scenes captured by his camera are fresh because of their unusual angles.
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Funny Dog Faces at 50 MPH

We all know how dogs love to stick their heads out of the window of a speeding car. Well these dogs like it too and make some hilarious faces while their owner’s are speeding down the road at 50MPH. They sure look like they are enjoying themselves.

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I See Black Cats Everywhere

I see black cats everyday, and I mean EVERYDAY, 7/7.  I go to school everyday and on my way there is this house where an old woman lives by herself with a lot of black cats and a dog. Luckly for me I don't have superstition so when I go by there I even say hello to the cats, 'cause they are pretty cool actually. Nevertheless I broke my left harm,  no relation with the cats.

For you who is reading this post if you have superstition you'll have bad luck for life after seeing this colection of cute black cats, seen everywhere.

Girls under water

 Beautiful photos of girls under the water.

Plush shorts

 Plush shorts in the color of colored panda.Looks cool, for sure, in China they will be fashionable this summer.

Famous spies around the world

Famous spies around the world
Controversy still surrounds the sentencing 60 years ago of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the only American civilians executed for espionage during the Cold War. Find out about other notorious cloak-and-dagger masters through history, both domestic and foreign.

Mata Hari
The subject of endless speculation and numerous biographies, Mata Hari was a Dutch-born exotic dancer accused of being a German spy during World War I.
Klaus Fuchs
Accused of passing secrets to the Soviets on the design of destructive devices, Klaus Fuchs was a German-born physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project.
Major John André
During the Revolutionary War, the British Army officer persuaded a famous American general to surrender the fort at West Point.
Kim Philby
Handsome and crafty, British intelligence officer Kim Philby was the most successful member of a ring of Soviet agents
Anthony Blunt
Another infamous member of the Cambridge Five, he passed many secrets to the Soviets during World War II and the Cold War.
Guy Burgess
Cambridge was a hotbed of Communist sympathizers during World War II, and Guy Burgess was a student recruited to spy for the Soviets. After joining British intelligence, the double agent passed sensitive information to his Russian "handlers" for many years.
Giacomo Casanova
Born in Italy, Giacomo Casanova traveled throughout Europe in the 18th century, making and losing fortunes with his considerable intellect and famous personal charm. Spying was one of many vocations he practiced.
Nathan Hale
Just a young American young lad at the time of his death (how old was he?), Nathan Hale was a soldier during the Revolutionary War who was caught gathering intelligence behind enemy lines.
Richard Sorge
The man whom one American author called the best spy of all time is almost unknown in the Western world. Some say his intelligence-gathering helped prevent Soviet defeat by the Nazis during World War II.
Alger Hiss
Although he was convicted of spying for the Soviets, American lawyer Alger Hiss maintained his innocence to the end. The truth may never be known.
Valerie Plame
The American CIA operative was outed in 2003 because of her husband's fact-finding mission to Africa
John Walker
The U.S. Naval officer, who once claimed that a big-box store had better security than the Navy, helped the Soviets decode millions of encrypted messages during the Cold War. His ex-wife turned him in when he refused to pay her alimony.
Sir Francis Walsingham
One of the first practitioners of modern espionage, he was a member of a queen's cou
Robert Baden-Powell
The founder of the one of the largest youth organizations was an officer in the British Army and, according to legend, a daring spy as well.
Josephine Baker
The American entertainer, whom a famous author called the most sensational woman he ever saw, also gathered secrets from the Nazis for her adopted country.
Oleg Penkovsky
The Soviet intelligence officer provided John F. Kennedy with critical data about a major arms confrontation. Yet Penkovsky's true colors remain unclear.
Philip Agee
This American CIA agent turned traitor by writing a scandalous book and moving to an island country.