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Xmas Giveaway Prize Package Video (2016).





The Weeknd will launch his first collection with PUMA on August 24. The singer is the company's creative collaborator and global Brand ambassador and says designing his debut collection for the brand, Puma x XO, is an ''amazing opportunity."


John Boyega only wants to star in films that he would watch himself. The 25-year-old actor-who can next be seen in 'Detroit' - takes every project very seriously and he wants to amass a varied body of work which appeals to his own tastes as a viewer.


Mel B is single and ''happy." The 42-year-old singer split from husband Stephen Belafonte in March amid accusations he was abusive, and despite recent reports she's embarked on a romance with a Beverly Hills police officer, she insists she's currently single.


New York rapper Azealia Banks is coming to terms. The hip-hop artist has come forward to admit she prematurely showed her support for President Donald Trump. Banks went to Instagram Wednesday to admit she regrets believing in President Trump.



Charlottesville is only the beginning. According to CNN reports, a number of alt right rallies are scheduled this weekend, the largest of which is “March on Google,” which is scheduled to take place in Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Los Angeles, Mountain View, CA, New York, Pittsburgh, Seattle and Washington, D.C.. The “March on Google” was specifically organized to protest the firing of former Google employee James Damore — who was fired after he penned that awful memo about the company’s diversity policies. Damore has said he will “likely not” participate and he doesn’t support the “alt-right.”

Those won’t be the only demonstrations though. There’s an alt-right group called Boston Free Speech who are preparing a rally in Boston Saturday. The mayor has already spoken out saying the city will not tolerate violence, bigotry and violence.





An electrifying new musical about the life and times of The Temptations, the greatest R&B group of all time (Billboard Magazine 2017). They were five young guys on the streets of Detroit when they were discovered by Berry Gordy, who signed them to his legendary new label. After 24 attempts, they finally had a hit and the rest is history—how they met, how they rose, the groundbreaking heights they hit, and how personal and political conflicts threatened to tear the group apart as the nation fell into civil unrest. Kennedy Prize-winning playwright Dominique Morisseau, Olivier Award-winning choreographer Sergio Trujillo, and two-time Tony Award-winning director Des McAnuff bring you this thrilling story of brotherhood, family, loyalty, and betrayal. Iconic hits like “My Girl,” “Just My Imagination,” and “Papa Was a Rolling Stone” and the signature dance moves that made the “Classic Five” Temptations part of our cultural history forever.



If you're a movie buff like me, owning a MoviePass card is an necessity.


MoviePass is a subscription-based service for going to movie theaters available in the United States. The service gives members across the country the ability to see up to one 2D movie every 24 hours for a fixed monthly fee. Members may choose which theaters they wish to attend and there are no “blackout dates." Prices vary by local market and start at $10 per month.


The MoviePass service works via a smartphone app (iPhone, Android) and a specially designed, reloadable debit card, which is mailed to new subscribers when they sign up.


Members browse theaters and showtimes on the MoviePass app and from it they can select a movie, a theater, and a showtime to attend. In order to purchase a ticket, members must be within 100 yards of the chosen theater. They check-in to the theater via the smart phone app and select their preferred movie and show-time. Once they check-in, their MoviePass debit card is automatically loaded with the exact price of a single ticket for that particular location. The card can then be used like any other form of credit or debit card to purchase a ticket at the theater kiosk or ticket counter.


MoviePass is accepted at more than 3,700 theaters and more than 33,000 screens, accounting for 90% of theaters across the United States, making it among USA’s largest theater networks.



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History has been rewritten regarding the death of Meredith Hunter (pictured above).


He's been referred to as a gun toting mad man and angry thug.


People who attended UC Berkeley with him describe him as just the opposite.


Hunter was a fashionable ladies man who had a great sense of humor and who was always the life of the party.


Allegedly, due to racial incidents, he carried a registered weapon for protection.





Meredith Curly Hunter, Jr. (October 24, 1951 – December 6, 1969) was an 18-year-old African-American man who was killed at a 1969 Rolling Stones concert. During their performance, Hunter approached the stage, and was violently driven off by members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club who had been contracted to serve as security guards. He subsequently returned to the stage area, drew a revolver, and was stabbed and beaten to death by Hells Angel Alan Passaro.



The incident was caught on camera and became a central scene in the documentary Gimme Shelter. Passaro was charged with murder. After an eight-man, four-woman jury deliberated for 12 and a half hours, following 17 days of testimony, Passaro was acquitted on grounds of self-defense.




Hunter, an 18-year-old arts student from Berkeley, California, was nicknamed "Murdock" and described by friends to be a flashy dresser with a big Afro. Hunter, his girlfriend Patty Bredehoft, and another couple traveled from Berkeley to attend the Altamont Free Concert.


The Hells Angels had been hired to provide security for the concert in a deal that involved $500 worth of beer, about $3,282 adjusted for inflation to 2014. They stood directly in front of the bands in an effort to keep people off the unusually low stage set up at the bottom of a low slope.

As the Hells Angels became intoxicated and the crowd became restless and unpredictable, the drunken Hells Angels began hurling full cans of beer from their stockpile and striking concert-goers with sawn-off, weighted pool cues and motorcycle chains to drive the crowd back from the stage. By the time the Rolling Stones took the stage in the early evening, the mood had taken a decidedly ugly turn, as numerous fights began to erupt between Angels and crowd members. Denise Jewkes of local San Francisco rock band The Ace of Cups, six months pregnant at the time, was hit in the head by an empty beer bottle thrown from the crowd during their set and suffered a skull fracture and needed emergency surgery.

Lead singer Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones (who had been punched by a concertgoer within seconds of emerging from the Stones' helicopter) urged the audience to "just be cool down in the front there, don't push around." Within a minute of starting their third song, "Sympathy for the Devil," a fight erupted in the front of the crowd at the foot of the stage. After another appeal for calm, the band restarted "Sympathy" and continued their set with less incident until the start of "Under My Thumb." At this point, two of the Hells Angels got into a scuffle with Hunter when he attempted to get onstage with other fans.[citation needed] One of the Hells Angels grabbed Hunter's head, punched him, and chased him back into the crowd, where four Angels descended upon him. An eyewitness also reported that Hunter was stabbed by one of the Angels at this point, prior to the stabbing that was later caught on film.

After a few seconds Hunter angrily returned to the front of the stage where, according to Gimme Shelter producer Porter Bibb, Hunter's girlfriend Patty Bredehoft found him and tearfully begged him to calm down and move farther back in the crowd with her. By her report he was enraged, irrational and "so high he could barely walk". Grateful Dead associate Rock Scully noticed Hunter in the crowd, concluding that “I saw what he was looking at, that he was crazy, he was on drugs, and that he had murderous intent. There was no doubt in my mind that he intended to do terrible harm to Mick or somebody in the Rolling Stones, or somebody on that stage."Another witness reported him as looking "pretty straight," though visibly upset about the violence inflicted upon him. Two different versions.

At this point, footage from the documentary shows Hunter (seen in the film in a lime-green suit) drawing what appears to be a long-barreled black .22 caliber revolver from his jacket and pointing it in the air. The film shows what might be an orange flash at the end of the pistol in one frame. Due to the film's low fidelity, it is impossible to determine whether the flash is a gunshot, a reflection, or a film defect. The Angels did not report any discharged cartridges in Hunter's pistol. The film then shows Hells Angel Alan Passaro, armed with a knife, running at Hunter from the side, parrying the gun with his left hand and stabbing him with his right.


In the film sequence, lasting about two seconds, a six-foot opening in the crowd appears, leaving Patty Bredehoft in the center. Hunter enters the opening from the left, his hand rises and the silhouette of a revolver is clearly seen against Bredehoft's bright crocheted dress. Passaro is seen entering from the right and delivering two stabs as he pushes Hunter off screen. The opening closes around Bredehoft. Passaro is reported to have stabbed Hunter five times in the upper back. Witnesses also reported Hunter was stomped on by several Hells Angels while he was on the ground. The gun was recovered and turned over to police.


Hunter's autopsy later confirmed his girlfriend's report that he did have methamphetamine in his bloodstream at the time of his death.


Passaro was arrested and charged with murder for Hunter's death, but was acquitted on the grounds of self-defense, after the jury viewed the footage from the concert showing Hunter drawing the revolver and pointing it toward the stage or in the air.

It was reported that the body was placed on the stage in front of the Rolling Stones and they were shocked. Alternatively, the Rolling Stones state that they were unaware that a killing had taken place during their set; in the "Gimme Shelter,"documentary, Jagger is shown viewing raw footage of the killing, apparently for the first time. In 1995, Jagger commented on Hunter's death in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine publisher Jann Wenner, who asked, "After the concert itself, when it became apparent that somebody got killed, how did you feel?" Jagger replied, "Well, awful. I mean, just awful. You feel a responsibility. How could it all have been so silly and wrong?

Shortly after Hunter's death, Altha May Anderson, Hunter's mother, requested that Altamont Raceway be turned into a public park to "prevent any more wrongful deaths at Altamont". Alameda County officials later voted to allow the Raceway to still host races, but barred future concerts and restricted the number of attendees to 3,000. Anderson later sued the Rolling Stones for $500,000. After withdrawing attempts to get the case dismissed, the band paid Anderson $10,000.

Passaro drowned in Anderson Lake in southern Santa Clara County in 1985; police said "the death is kind of suspicious", though foul play was never confirmed.

Over the years, there were rumors that a second, unidentified assailant had inflicted the fatal wounds, and, as a result, the police considered the case still open. On May 25, 2005, the Alameda County Sheriff's Office announced that it was officially closing the stabbing case. Investigators, concluding a renewed two-year investigation, dismissed the theory that a second Hells Angel took part in the stabbing.






Blues musician Robert Johnson had a short but massively influential career in the 1930s. However, rumors abound that his popularity was due to a deal he made with the Devil himself at a crossroads in Mississippi, granting him musical success but cursing him with an otherwise tragic life. And after his death at 27, that curse decided to hang around. Johnson’s “Cross Road Blues” seems to leave a trail of tragedy in its wake. After Eric Clapton covered the tune, his band broke up, and his young son fell to his death from a 53rd floor window. Members of the Allman Brothers Band died in motorcycle accidents at actual crossroads after their cover. Lynyrd Skynyrd’s infamously fatal plane crash and the death of Led Zeppelin front man Robert Plant’s son also followed soon after performances of Johnson’s musical monster. Kurt Cobain’s death—also at 27—is even rumored to have been linked to his plan for a cover on a future album.



In the early 1930s, struggling Hungarian songwriter Rezso Seress found himself depressed one cloudy Sunday afternoon. His work was largely ignored by the music industry, his career was dying, and the woman he loved had walked out on him. And so he sat at his piano, alone. Then, lost in despair and idly plinking away at the keys, he stumbled upon the melody that would become his unwanted masterpiece. “Szomoru Vasarnap,” or “Gloomy Sunday,” became an overnight success. It was played nonstop the world over, and Seress finally had the fame he’d been chasing for years. But then the suicides started. Corpses were found clutching the song’s sheet music. Suicide notes containing lyrics were left. One body was found with the tune skipping endlessly on a record player. A man even shot himself after complaining that he couldn’t get the song out of his head. It’s believed that the number of suicides linked to “Gloomy Sunday” measure in the hundreds. It became known as the “Hungarian Suicide Song,” and it was even banned on English radio. And, as if the song was tying up loose ends, both Seress and his girlfriend, the song’s muse, ended up dying by their own hands.



People who commit murder are obviously a little unhinged. Trying to assign logic to their actions is doomed from the start. You just have to accept that you will never understand the mindset.  And you had better start accepting fast because here come the Phillipines. Karaoke bars in the island nation have only one taboo: Do not, under any circumstances, sing Frank Sinatra’s “My Way.” Murders caused by amateur renditions of the song are so bizarrely common that the news media has a special category just for them. At least six killings and countless fights have been reported in the past few years alone. No other similar songs incite such violence, and nobody really knows what causes this phenomenon. Some think it’s the arrogant nature of the lyrics, while others believe it’s just bad singing. Filipino culture takes singing—particularly karaoke—very seriously, so presumably any deviation from karaoke “etiquette” could be to blame.






Marion Parker lived a privileged life as the 12-year-old daughter of a wealthy Los Angeles banker in 1927. In December of that year, a man arrived at Marion’s school claiming that he needed to speak to her immediately because her father had been in an accident. There was no accident, but by the time school officials discovered the ruse, Marion was gone. For the next few days, the man sent a series of threatening notes to her family demanding large sums of money for Marion’s return. He signed these notes “The Fox.” After several terrifying exchanges, Marion’s father agreed to meet the kidnapper in downtown Los Angeles at night, where he would hand over $1,500 for his daughter. At the meeting, Mr. Parker could faintly see his daughter sitting in the passenger seat of the kidnapper’s darkened car, appearing to be alive and well, and quickly handed over the cash.


Marion was dumped on the sidewalk, and the car sped away. When Mr. Parker approached his daughter, however, he was horrified by what he saw. It was Marion’s lifeless torso. Her legs and arms had been severed, her eyes had been sewn open to give the appearance that she was alive, and various organs had been removed from her body and dumped all over Los Angeles. The extensive manhunt for “The Fox” quickly narrowed in on its main suspect, a disgruntled former employee of Marion’s father named William Hickman. He was apprehended a week later, brought back to Los Angeles, convicted of Marion’s murder, and executed a year later at San Quentin.



The “Frog Boys” were five South Korean boys aged 9–13. On March 26, 1991, the boys decided to walk to Mount Waryong together to catch frogs. When they failed to return at day’s end, the boys’ alarmed parents reported them missing, and an exhaustive search mission began in which more than 300,000 police and troops were called to scour the area. Meanwhile, the boys’ pictures were plastered on milk cartons, South Korean companies offered millions of dollars as rewards for their safe return, and schoolchildren across the nation sang odes to the lost children.


These efforts proved fruitless, and 10 years passed with no sign of them. Then, in 2002, two men picking acorns on Mount Waryong discovered the remains of the five boys not far from where they had originally disappeared. The bodies appeared to be huddled together, so police initially believed the boys had died from exposure. However, a number of disturbing clues arose during the forensic investigation. The boys had sustained severe damage to their skulls, and forensic specialists soon concluded that they had been murdered. The cause of death was attributed to cranial injuries from various objects, including a screwdriver.


Police pledged to find the person or people responsible for the depraved crime, but no suspects have ever been arrested. In 2006, the statute of limitations for their murder passed. The case was officially closed, the mystery of what happened to the Frog Boys no closer to being solved than when they had first disappeared.



Masego Kgomo was a South African schoolgirl who was abducted near her home on New Year’s Eve 2009. Her almost unidentifiable body was discovered nine days later, hidden in a dense stretch of foliage in the township where she originally disappeared. Police quickly cornered five suspects but only had enough evidence to officially try one of them. Meanwhile, an angry mob burned down two of the suspects’ homes and protested outside the courthouse in waves, demanding swift, vigilante-style justice. The protestors were outraged by the particularly brutal nature of Masego’s murder. The trial featured grisly testimony about how she was abducted and mutilated alive by a sangoma (a traditional health practitioner) so her organs could be used to make medicinal remedies. The accused, who showed little remorse during the shocking testimony, was sentenced to life in prison for Masego’s murder, but due to scant evidence against them, the other conspirators ultimately walked.



The abduction of Morgan Nick is one of the most haunting cold cases in Arkansas history. On the evening of June 9, 1995, six-year-old Morgan went to a Little League game with her mother. She played with a group of children only 45 meters (148 ft) away from the baseball field where her mother was sitting. When the other children returned to the field, Morgan was not among them. Witnesses reported seeing a strange man watch the children play, and some of the children in the group stated that a man had spoken to Morgan directly. A red pickup truck with an attached camper was also seen leaving the parking lot around the time Morgan disappeared. Police have a composite sketch of the unidentified man who was seen talking to Morgan that evening but little else to go on. Almost 20 years after her disappearance, they are still actively searching for Morgan. Her bereaved mother founded the Morgan Nick Foundation to aid families of missing children.



Alessia and Livia Schepp are six-year-old twin sisters from Switzerland who were last seen on January 30, 2011. Their father, who was separated from their mother, picked up the girls from their home for a scheduled weekend visit. When he failed to return with the girls at the end of the weekend, a manhunt was launched that spanned three countries. The investigation found that the twins’ father, Matthias Schepp, drove to France with the girls and withdrew cash from several places before taking a ferry to Italy. A few days later, his body was found on a set of train tracks in Italy, where he had committed suicide. However, there was no trace of the girls. Before killing himself, he sent a postcard to his estranged wife stating that the girls were “resting in peace,” but there was no definitive proof that they were murdered, and their bodies have never been found.



Little Pauline Picard, aged two, disappeared from her family’s farm in Brittany, France in April 1922. An exhaustive search failed to find her, but several days later, police received news that a little girl who matched Pauline’s description was found wandering in the town of Cherbourg, about 320 kilometers (200 mi) away from the Picard farm. Pauline’s parents arrived to examine the girl and announced that she was indeed their missing Pauline.


A few unusual facts stood out about the otherwise happy reunion. First, the girl did not seem to recognize her parents. Second, she did not respond to them when they spoke to her in their native Breton. Dismissing these peculiarities, Pauline’s parents took her back to the farm, where the neighbors quickly affirmed that she was Pauline, and the whole ordeal seemed to end on a happy note. About a month later, a neighboring farmer walking near the Picard farm stumbled upon something horrifying: the mutilated and decomposing body of a young girl next to her neatly folded clothes. He alerted the authorities, who arrived at the gruesome scene along with the town’s inhabitants, among them Pauline’s parents.


Although the young girl’s face could not be identified, the Picards made an unsettling realization: the folded clothes were exactly what Pauline had been wearing on the day she disappeared. The area where the remains were found had been searched thoroughly when Pauline first disappeared, which suggested to detectives that someone had placed the body there fairly recently. The case became even more perplexing when the skull of an adult male was discovered next to Pauline’s body, adding a second potential victim to the case. Early reports from the investigation indicated that there was one possible suspect. A few days prior to the discovery of the body, a middle-aged farmer visited the Picard farm and asked them whether they were sure that the girl from Cherbourg was really Pauline.


He then stated “God forgive me, I am guilty,” erupted into hysterical laughter, and was hauled off to an insane asylum.


Even so, a myriad of questions still baffled officials and Pauline’s parents. If the body in the woods was Pauline, as the evidence suggested, then what had happened to her? Was the laughing man the killer? How was the unidentified skull related to Pauline’s murder? And who was the little girl from Cherbourg who had been living with the Picards for a month? It remains unclear whether these questions were ever answered: No definitive records exist of a resolution to this story.









You've probably heard of Napoleon Hill's legendary book "Think and Grow Rich," (2nd pic) which has sold over 15 million copies worldwide.

The bestselling book was the end result of interviewing and researching over 500 successful men and women in an effort to discover the exact method they used in order to achieve their respective goals.

Included among these 500 men and women were Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Theodore Roosevelt, Charles Schwab, Woodrow Wilson, Alexander Graham Bell, John D. Rockefeller, along with many others.
In the introduction of his book, Napoleon Hill gives mention of a Hidden Secret, which was in essence, the exact how-to methodology of thinking and achieving the goals you desire, not just that of financial success.


The secret is revealed in the book: "The Hidden Secret in Think And Grow Rich," (first pic). 


Examples: "If you are ready for the secret, you already possess one half of it."

"If you are ready to put it to use, you will recognize it at least once in every chapter."
"Somewhere as you read, the secret to which I refer will jump from the page and stand boldly before you, if you are ready for it! When it appears, you will recognize it."



Book Review:


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When I first read "Think and Grow Rich," I missed the secret, so my results were great, but they were not consistent.

You will certainly enlighten a lot of souls."

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This ebook shows you how to purchase your dream car or SUV at auction; saving thousands in the process. 


The ebook "How To Buy Cars At Auction," provides an array of information regarding car auctions; unknown to the public.


On the show "Miami Vice," Don Johnson portrayed a cop yet drove a convertible Ferrari that he purchased at a car auction (the type of auction described in the above ebook).


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