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Tira-Pasagad | Saksak-Sinagol / Re: Bungot fetish
« on: December 13, 2011, 12:20:57 AM »
Bantog ra si Bin Laden daghan tinagoan nga mistress. ;D

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Boxing and Boxers / Re: Manny Pacquiao vs Floyd Mayweather Jr Coming
« on: December 13, 2011, 12:13:23 AM »

Victor Ortiz was too trusting..kahibaw sya bogoy kaau nis Mayweather. He paid big for his own foolishness.

I think Bob Arum is still optimistic for a possible Mayweather showdown next year...and if Manny will come out victorious on that fight, i think Manny will consider hanging out his gloves for good.. 8)

Boxing and Boxers / Re: Mercito Gesta at home in SD
« on: October 26, 2010, 04:45:23 AM »
bring them on....Michael Katsidis, Humberto Soto, Brandon Rios.... 8)

I think Ricky Hatton, if my memory serves me right; also said prior to his fight with Manny a little over a year ago, that fighting him was a big mistake. Miguel Cotto also made known his warning to Pacquiao that he doesn't belong in his weight division were he was still the WBO Welterweight champion.

Boxing and Boxers / Re: HBO Interview: Pacquiao vs Margarito
« on: October 25, 2010, 07:56:59 AM »
Behind that aura of menace and intimidation, one can tell that Margarito is ready to DIE in the ring and take  Manny to hell, if need be- just to prove a point that he's going to get Manny at all costs!

Damn! its g0na be a HELL of a fight! i'm not only seeing a KO here on the horizon..but an R.I.P. :-X

A pure rags to riches story...

By the way, there's already a bill made by Manny to ratify it for Congress making Freddie Roach a Filipino citizen.. 8)

Boxing and Boxers / Re: Margarito A Threat to Manny Pacquiao?
« on: October 25, 2010, 07:28:08 AM »
If not, the biggest threat so far for Manny, Antonio Margarito is hell-bent on stopping the Mexicutioner's reign of dominating mehican0s... 8)

Boxing and Boxers / Re: When Goliath defeats David
« on: October 25, 2010, 07:12:23 AM »
The Pacman all the way, definitely~ win or loss.... 8)

Boxing and Boxers / Re: Mercito Gesta at home in SD
« on: October 24, 2010, 01:39:22 AM »
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Youtube Replay / Re: The Secret Life of the Mona Lisa
« on: October 21, 2010, 05:05:48 AM »

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In 1956, the lower part of the painting was severely damaged when someone doused it with acid. On December 30 of that same year, Ugo Ungaza Villegas, a young bolivian, damaged the painting by throwing a rock on it. The result was a speck of pigment near Mona Lisa's left elbow. The painting is now covered with bulletproof security glass.

On April 6, 2005- following a period curatorial maintenance, recording, and analysis- the painting was moved, within the louvre, to a new home in the museum's Salle des Etats. It is displayed in a purpose-built, climate-controlled enclosure behind bulletproof glass.

Youtube Replay / Re: The Secret Life of the Mona Lisa
« on: October 21, 2010, 04:54:12 AM »
all propaganda to keep luring the 600 million tourists kada tuig[/u]. Sus Ginoo pilay bayad kung mosud sa Museum unya in POUNDS pa jud!!! Brayt jud ni sila basta for profit na gani. You should read the history why everything is massive in Paris hehehehe.  ;)


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One of the world's most famous women was let out of her bulletproof case this week: The Mona Lisa. The Economist has an interesting article that offers insight on what happens when she's let out of her bulletproof case annually.

Housed at the Louvre in Paris, Da Vinci's masterpiece has been the subject of admiration and awe for centuries. Painted in 1503, the Mona Lisa is rumored to be valued at more than $700 million.

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Hitler's health has long been the subject of debate. He has variously been said to have had irritable bowel syndrome, skin lesions, irregular heartbeat, Parkinson's disease, syphilis, Asperger syndrome, and a strongly suggested addiction to methampetamine.

MONORCHISM- It has been alleged that Hitler had monorchism, the medical condition of having only one testicle. Hitler's personal doctor, Johan Jambor, supposedly described the dictator's condition to a priest who later wrote down what he had been told in a document which was uncovered in 2008, 23 years after the doctor's death.

MENTAL HEALTH- An extensive psychohistory of Hitler, concluded that he suffered from borderline personality disorder, which manifested its symptoms in numerous ways and would imply hitler was in full control of himself and his actions.

From the 1930's he suffered from stomach pains, in 1936 a non-cancerous polyp was removed from his throat and he developed eczema on his legs. He suffered ruptured eardrums as a result of the july 20 plot bomb blast in 1944 and 200 wood splinters had to be removed from his legs, but he was otherwise uninjured. Some doctor's dismiss Hitler's ailments as hypochondria, pointing out the apparently drastic decline of Hitler's health as Germany began losing World War II.

Youtube Replay / Re: The Secret Life of the Mona Lisa
« on: October 20, 2010, 11:07:45 PM »
The painting currently hangs on Louvre Museum in Paris. It is set behind a wall of Bulletproof glass and watched over by armed guards.

So what's all the fuss about?

"There's no reason for it", said Frank Fehrenbach, Renaissance expert and professor of art history at Harvard University."It is a beautiful portrait, but only historical coincidences have made it so famous."

The Romantic Movement in the 19th century had a lot to do with popularizing the work, Fehrenbach said.

"Romantic writers created the popular image of the "Mona Lisa". Because of her bemused smile, "they said she must hold secrets, that she was the quintessential "femme fatale". With all of these new ideas about the Renaissance being discussed, the "Mona Lisa' became the symbol of that".

Youtube Replay / Re: Bandslam
« on: October 20, 2010, 10:54:21 PM »
The clip has been blocked in your region.... ???

FREDDIE MERCURY of the british Rock Band QUEEN
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On 22 November 1991, Mercury called Queen's manager Jim Beach over to his Kensington home, to discuss a public statement. The next day 23 November, the following announcement was made to the press on behalf of Mercury.

          Following the enormous conjecture in the press over the last two weeks, i wish 2 confirm that i hav
          been tested HIV positive and have AIDS. I felt it correct to keep this information private to date to
          protect the privacy of those around me. However, the time has come now for my friends and fans
          around the world to know the truth and i hope that everyone will join with me, my doctors, and all
          those worldwide in the fight against this terrible disease. My privacy has always been very special
          to me and i am famous for my lack of interviews. Please understand this policy will continue.

A little over 24 hours after issuing that statement, Mercury died on the evening of 24 November 1991 at the age of 45. The official cause of death was Bronchial Pneumonia resulting from AIDS.

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Capone's control and interests within organized crime diminished rapidly after his imprisonment, and he was no longer able to run the Outfit after his release. He had lose weight, and his physical and mental health deteriorated under the effects of neurosyphilis.

On January 21, 1947, Capone had a stroke. He regained consciousness and started to improve but contracted pneumonia on January 24. He suffered a fatal cardiac arrest the next day.

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Researchers in a 2008 study, analysed samples of Napoleon's hair from throughout his life, and from his family and other contemporaries. All samples had high levels of arsenic, approximately 100 times higher thsn the current average. According to these researchers, Napoleon's body was already heavily contaminated with arsenic as a boy, and the high arsenic concentration in his hair was not caused by intentional poisoning; people were constantly exposed to arsenic from glues and dyes throughout their lives. 2007 and 2008 studies  dismissed evidence of arsenic poisoning, and confirmed evidence of peptic ulcer and gastric cancer as the cause of death.. ;D

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