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Things You Should Know About History Of Card Games

Although standard card games have existed for over 700 years, 1993 was the year a new variety of card game began to capture the imagination of the public. Later known as trading card games, players use decks that are specially designed for their particular game. The cards represent various characters, objects or places within the […]

The FIFA Fever 2014 Is In Full Swing Right Now!

The football world cup, FIFA 2014, is in full swing. Along with the matches, the supporter’s support of their favorite team is heightening with every passing minute. Every match is crucial, every minute equivalent to skipping heartbeats and a lot of rush and excitement. The FIFA mania is taking the entire world in its grip, […]

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The Interesting Escapade – Maine Moose Chase

On June 14th, 2014 the Maine moose lottery occurred. Some of the people who attended the lottery callings have been held up for more than 30yrs to get drawn for this ideal fortune. Individuals assembled from all around to appreciate the merriments in hopes they may hear their name being called out and in hopes […]

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Best Examples Of Sports Action Photos

Here we are going to share best examples of sports action photos. Firstly, we would like to mention that two things are very important for taking sports action photography such as shooting skills and knowledge of the activity that a person wants to photographed. The basic and important skills for sports action photography are peak […]

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Celebrities Top 19 Cool and Geeky Gadgets, Accessories

The world’s top nineteen impossible things who you want the possibility of them in your life. 1. Illuminated Furniture 2. Notebook Launcher 3. Gold Land Rover  4. Audi Carbon Fiber Bike 5. Oversized Pool Table  6. ManHands Soap 7. iPad TV Dock 8. Coffee Cup iPhone Case 9. Drinkmaster Hoodie  10. Sunnyside Egg Shaper 11. […]

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Friday Fourhand: Fed’s death threat, Safina’s gripe & more

Friday Fourhand: Fed’s death threat, Safina’s gripe & more

Here, a sprinkling of items making headlines in the tennis realm for one reason or another (or for debatable reasons, in some cases). Enjoy this, another weekend of Asian-swing finals, all ye Spin readers. SOUNDING OFF Dinara Safina appeared like a phoenix from the (likely) ashes of a career this week, to defend Victoria Azarenka’s No. […]

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Hole of Mel

Somewhere in Ellensburg, Washington, there’s a hole that can only be described as “magic.” Mel Waters made this discovery sometime before 1997. The hole has several properties: Mel claims it may be infinitely deep (he himself measured only eight-thousand feet using spools of fishing wire), and items lowered into the hole are physically changed in […]

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