I Refuse to Believe these are Paintings

I Refuse to Believe these are Paintings

I consider this a super human talent. Alien in fact. Seriously, why aren’t they checking this painter’s DNA for extra-terrestrial origins? His name is Yigal Ozeri, an oil painter from Isräel best-known for his cinematic-scale portraits of pretty girls hanging out with nature in perfect sunlight. Let me know when you see a brushstroke…

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Anonymous man leaves UK eatery £1,000 for £79 meal

Anonymous man leaves UK eatery £1,000 for £79 meal

A well-heeled businessman stunned staff at an Indian restaurant in Northern Ireland by leaving a £1,000 tip for a £79 meal. Inside the world’s most beautiful restaurant. After finishing dinner at The Indian Tree in Portadown with his family, the man, who wishes to remain anonymous, “pulled Babu [chef] aside and said he would like to say thank you and that he had a small token,” restaurant director Luna Ekush told Belfast Live.

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A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True Is Not Known.

A Lot of What Is Known about Pirates Is Not True, and a Lot of What Is True Is Not Known.

Pirates were everywhere. But they were not who we thought they were. They were not anarchistic, antisocial maniacs. At least not in the seventeenth century. Many were welcome in colonial communities. They married local women, and bought land and livestock. Pirate James Brown even married the daughter of the governor of Pennsylvania and was appointed to the Pennsylvania House of Assembly. Pirates, it seemed, could be civil, neighborly, and law-abiding. Why hadn’t this been noticed before? By Mark G. Hanna.

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