A Few Glorious Clips For Your Consideration

August 8, 2017 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Clips |

Wavepool during heatwave in China


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Hot Instagram Girl Of The Day: Tniwe

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Awesome Stuff Around The Internet

August 7, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: main |

25 WWII Facts That’ll Make Your Skin Crawl – OMG LANE

Watch Ashley Graham Reveal The 6 Things She Can Do Even Better While Wearing Lingerie – Maxim

Alexis Ren Thinks Her Hands Are Better Than A Bra And She’s Right – Mandatory

MLB player takes a 97 MPH fastball to the head and his helmet comes flying off – FanBuzz

Former QB Boomer Esiason: All NFL Players Likely Have CTE – Newser

Why Only The NFL Doesn’t Guarantee Contracts – Deadspin

Why Do Rich People Love Endurance Sports? – Outside

How to learn anything faster: Don’t read books – Medium

Winners of the 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest – The Atlantic

The ages you’re the smartest at everything throughout your life – Business Insider

Seniors can’t get enough of this memory-boosting junk food – Nutriton And Healing

The Russian Casino Hacker Who Makes Millions Targeting Slot Machines – Wired

Video shows the moment a 16-year-old ISIS bride from Germany was captured by Iraqi troops – Rare

Bri Teresi Belongs In A Bikini – Yes Bitch

Bras are Optional and Life is Good! (45 Photos) – Radass

Bella Thorne Is Working on Her Underboob Fitness – Hollywood Tuna

Garbage Human Being Of The Day: Sister Snapchats Dead Sister After Crashing Her Car – Heavy

How Tesla changed the auto industry forever – The Verge

When Taxidermy Goes Terribly Wrong – Sad And Useless

We Asked Couples Why They Opened Up Their Relationship – VICE

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The Dumping Grounds

August 7, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: The Dumping Grounds |

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27 Ecstatic Shelter Dogs On Their Way Home For The First Time

August 7, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Life |

dogs on their way home from the shelter

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Confessions Of A Man Who Spent Nearly 18 Years In Prison For A Crime He Didn’t Commit

August 7, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: TRUTH |

In 1995, Eric Glisson was arrested for a taxi driver’s murder and eventually sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. Glisson was convicted for the Jan. 19, 1995, murder of Bronx cabbie Baithe Diop after a woman named Miriam Tavares testified that she had seen and heard the murderers from her bathroom window. Glisson, who was sentenced to 25 years to life on Feb. 3, 1995, was one of six people Tavares pointed out. The group was quickly labeled “The Bronx Six.”

From New York’s maximum-security prison Sing Sing Correctional Facility, Glisson relied heavily on the Freedom of Information Act to prove his innocence claims after his appeals were denied,

Cross became convinced of Glisson’s innocence after he visited the scene of the crime and noted it would have been impossible for Tavares to have seen or heard anything from her bathroom window as it was 100 yards away. However, it wasn’t until 2012, after Glisson had been in prison for over 17 years that he was able to obtain undeniable evidence of his innocence. Cell phone records from Diop’s mobile, which Glisson got a copy of through the Freedom of Information Act, revealed the phone had been used to call family of two Bronx Sex, Money, Murder gang members after the murder and the district attorney had known all along, NBC reported in 2014. By coincidence, a letter Glisson wrote to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New York crossed the desk of Investigator John O’Malley, the man who’d heard Bronx Sex, Money, Murder gang members Jose Rodriguez and Gilbert Vega confess to killing Diop 10 years prior.

O’Malley, who told Dateline he’d had no idea someone was serving time for Rodriguez and Vega’s crime until that time, signed an affidavit testifying to Glisson’s innocence. Glisson would sit in prison another four months before prosecutors completed the legal process to set him and another member of the alleged “Bronx Six” free on Oct. 22, 2012. Glisson spent four months shy of 18 years in prison 

Were you framed? Was it a mismanaged case or both? Seems odd that 5 people go to jail for one murder.

I believe it was both.

Were the real killers connected to you in any way, did you know them or know of them before your arrest and wrongful sentence?

I didn’t know them personally, but apparently they lived in my neighborhood.

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Top 10 Hardest Video Games Ever Made

August 7, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Video Games |

Contra (1987)


A lot of people remember this game as being relatively easy, and it could be – assuming you cheated. The famous Konami code would give you 30 lives, but if you instead tried to play without it, you are given only three lives, and any random pixel coming at you could spell doom. With no regenerating life, no armor, and no cover, all you can do in this game is run and run and run.

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The Daily Man-Up

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Success is not extrinsic.

It’s not measurable.

“Success” can only truly occur internally, because it is based on emotion. At the most basic level, success if your relationship with yourself. Most people are living a lie. They purposefully ignore and distract themselves from what they deep down want for themselves.

Many people want something more for themselves. They have dreams and ambitions. Yet, few of these people ever get what they intended.

Being ambitious isn’t enough. Far more important than ambition is commitment.

When you’re committed to something, you will be and do what is requiredfor the attainment of that thing. You’ll stop wondering and start building. You’ll stop being distracted and start learning. You’ll start connecting. You’ll start failing. You’ll get what you want, rather than have a long list of “ambitions.” You’ll have actual accomplishments that reflect your inner goals and values. Your external environment will reflect your deepest internal views and aims.

If you’re committed to a marriage, you’ll change in whatever ways are necessary for your marriage to thrive. You’ll become what is required to make it work. If you’re committed to your craft, you’ll change and become what is required to do work at the level of your desire. You won’t point to your limitations with a victim mentality. You’ll change your limitations so they stop stopping you.

Only those who are truly committed will become a new and different person in order to live their commitment.

If you’re not willing to change, then you aren’t committed to anything beyond what you currently have. If you don’t believe you can change, then you can’t commit to anything beyond what life randomly throws at you.

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