Category: To The Good Life
To The Good Life: high-end steaks, port, and travel.
Why those old 4th generation fighters will be around for a long time.
As the U.S. Air Force tries to retire and sell its old stocks of F-16As, Lockheed Martin is still churning out new F-16s (albeit built to a far more advanced standard) for countries like Slovakia and Bahrain in 2018.… Read Full Article
These rare photos from history capture some of history’s most famous Collection Between 1951-1955 Rare Historical Photos Taken Between 1951-1955 You Had No Idea Even Existed… Read Full Article
The London Pops Orchestra and Singers offer Concert Venues, Festivals, Television and Radio networks world-wide more than a dozen unique and entertaining programs of popular music from Stage and Screen.
As ‘The Orchestra for Entertainment’ and under their dynamic conductor Ian McMillan, they have created an irresistible fusion of energy & style that puts them first in the world of concerts & entertainment today and they pride themselves on being the ‘ideal’ orchestra to create spectacular programmes to suit individual Corporate Clients for Award Ceremonies, Product Launches, Presentations & Corporate Celebrations.… Read Full Article
Alexandra Duvivier shocked Penn & Teller with this impossible close up card trick. Did she fool them? I hope you enjoyed this great performance. Subscribe for more Penn and Teller fool us videos and card/magic trick performance and tutorial videos.… Read Full Article
We absolutely LOVE stick shift racing, but who doesn’t? At SCT Charlotte, the stick shift class had some really awesome cars. SO AWESOME that we decided to make a video dedicated to that class! Unfortunately some of our favorite cars may only made a pass or less, but we still anted to spread the love.… Read Full Article
The newest watch can detect hard falls and alert emergency contacts. WSJ’s Joanna Stern enlisted a pro to trip, slip and flip through some serious testing. Don’t try this at home.
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The Maori people of New Zealand came from eastern Polynesia in waves of canoes sometime between 1250 and 1300 AD. Over the centuries, they developed a rich and complex society that included a fierce and terrifying warrior culture. Europeans described the Maori warriors as large men, although women could be warriors as well, who had extensive facial tattoos.… Read Full Article