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  • 4199-julius-caesar-When Julius Caesar died, he left today’s equivalent of about $270 to each and every Roman citizen.
    4199-julius-caesar-When Julius Caesar died, he left today’s equivalent of about $270 to each and every Roman citizen.
  • When William Leonard Pickard was arrested, the worlds LSD supply decreased by 90%.
    When William Leonard Pickard was arrested, the worlds LSD supply decreased by 90%.
  • The moon has "moon-quakes" and because the moon has a smaller core than earth, this causes it to ring like a bell.
    The moon has "moon-quakes" and because the moon has a smaller core than earth, this causes it to ring like a bell.
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    2694 Man in Coma
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    1986 Happy Wife Happy Life
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    1867 Military Suicides
  • Group Of Elementary Age Schoolchildren Running Outside
    Group Of Elementary Age Schoolchildren Running Outside
  • 2822 Herbert K. Pililaau-U.S. Medal of Honor recipient Herbert K. Pililaau during the Korean War voluntarily held his ground when ordered to retreat. He fired his automatic weapon into the ranks of the assailants, threw all his grenades and, with ammunition exhausted, closed with the foe in hand-to-hand combat, courageously fighting with his trench knife and bare fists until finally overcome and mortally wounded. When the position was subsequently retaken, more than 40 enemy dead were counted in the area he had so valiantly defended.
    2822 Herbert K. Pililaau-U.S. Medal of Honor recipient Herbert K. Pililaau during the Korean War voluntarily held his ground when ordered to retreat. He fired his automatic weapon into the ranks of the assailants, threw all his grenades and, with ammunition exhausted, closed with the foe in hand-to-hand combat, courageously fighting with his trench knife and bare fists until finally overcome and mortally wounded. When the position was subsequently retaken, more than 40 enemy dead were counted in the area he had so valiantly defended.
  • Several months before Russell Crowe won the Oscar for Gladiator, the FBI warned him that the al-Qaeda were planning to kidnap him as part of a “cultural destabilization plot”. For nearly two years, the FBI guarded Crowe in public and refused to give him any details about the threat.
    Several months before Russell Crowe won the Oscar for Gladiator, the FBI warned him that the al-Qaeda were planning to kidnap him as part of a “cultural destabilization plot”. For nearly two years, the FBI guarded Crowe in public and refused to give him any details about the threat.