Giants quarterback Eli Manning has been sued in New Jersey by three collectors who claim he knowingly allowing memorabilia to be fraudulently sold as game-used, but the trial date in that matter has been pushed back. Jim Baumbach of Newsday reports that Bergen County Superior Court Judge James J. DeLuca ruled this month that the…
Son of man who owns the story, recently diagnosed with lung disease, says selling the ticket and earning $1 million bonus are "a blessing"
A man who sold retro-gaming systems with thousands of installed games has faced the wrath of Nintendo and Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN. The Raspberry Pi-based consoles contained many titles for old gaming systems including Gameboy, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Megadrive and Playstation. Show More Summary
While traveling around on his own adventures, YouTuber Chris Ruggiero came across an intrepid man named Kyle Kesterson, who sold most of his belongings to travel around the country with his loyal dog Bean. In order to do this, Kesterson...Show More Summary
"He's turning his back on people" with proposed Medicaid cuts, complained one struggling Trump supporter. "He's a liar." In upstate New York man who sold many of his possessions last year to fund a months-long tour playing music at Trump rallies now regrets his vote for the Republican candidate. Show More Summary
An upstate New York man who sold many of his possessions last year to fund a months-long tour playing music at Trump rallies now regrets his vote for the Republican candidate. “I had everything riding on the fact that he was going to make things better,” Kraig Moss told the Associated Press. “He...
Buckle up kiddos we’re going to talk about Satan. Why the legend of the man who sold his soul is one of the most resilient narratives in film. The article Let’s Shake On It: The Cinematic Persistence of Faust appeared first on Film School Rejects.
In Western communities lynchings were the preeminent social event, especially if the bank robber was well known. A local holdup man, or a stranger who had received enough publicity, could and did draw a crowd. Vendors sold popcorn, flags, peanuts, and cold drinks, giving the event a carnival atmosphere. Show More Summary
The Associated Press reports: Donald Trump wrote “The Art Of The Deal,” but it was Florida’s Seminole Indians who made a truly amazing deal to buy the opulent casino built by the man who is now president. The Trump Taj Mahal, the Atlantic...Show More Summary
Donald Trump wrote "The Art Of The Deal," but it was Florida's Seminole Indians who made a truly amazing deal to buy the opulent casino built by the man who … Click to Continue »
Donald Trump wrote “The Art Of The Deal,” but it was Florida's Seminole Indians who made a truly amazing deal to buy the opulent casino built by the man who is now president of the United States. The Trump Taj Mahal, the Atlantic City, N.J., casino that the real estate mogul built for $1.2 billion...
This sounds like Pumpkinhead for the internet age. We dig it. EW reports today that Jeffrey Reddick, the man who created and co-wrote highly unique slasher film Final Destination, just sold a new TV pilot titled “The Feed” to Andrew van den Houten’s Hood River Entertainment. Based on an original idea by Roy Crabaugh, the pilot was developed […]
Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, Trump’s “sell-out,” as it is called, coming on top of Obama’s eight-year “sell-out,” is instructive. We have now had a Democratic president who sold out the people who elected him and a Republican president who has done the same thing. Show More Summary
Tipped by an informant, Lebanon’s Internal Security Forces (ISF) arrested a man who sold his one-year-old daughter for LL 1.8 million ($1,200), under the country’s strict human-trafficking laws. This unprecedented development came to light after the 23-year-old mother of the child, R.S., filed a complaint at the Zahle Judicial Office in the Bekaa Valley against […]
Billed as the charming small town fella—and antidote to the gross Juan Pablo—Soules, who stands accused of leaving the scene of an accident that left a man dead, is anything but.
Victor Lustig is always mentioned in the lists of the most outstanding cons of the world. He was arrested about 50 times, but each time he was released for lack of evidence, because he was a perfectionist in deceptive schemes, remembering everything and completely relying on the knowledge of human nature. Show More Summary
This is a video of musician Luna Lee covering David Bowie's 'The Man Who Sold The World' on a traditional Korean gayageum (previously: her covers of Lynyrd Skynyrd's 'Free Bird' and Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit'). I think this might actually be my favorite so far, the song really seems to lend itself to the gayageum. Show More Summary
Here’s a hauntingly beautiful cover of David Bowie’s “The Man Who Sold the World” performed by musician Luna Lee on her traditional Korean Gayageum. [Luna Lee | Via LS] The post A Hauntingly Beautiful Cover of David Bowie’s “The Man Who Sold the World” Played on a Korean Gayageum appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Luna Lee, the talented musician who plays popular songs on her traditional Gayageum, performed a haunting version of the classic David Bowie song “The Man Who Sold the World“. Related Laughing Squid PostsDavid Bowie Performs a Theatrical Version of ‘The Man Who Sold the World’ on a 1979 Episode of Saturday Night LiveMusician Rick Wakeman […]
Wow, what an amazing cover!