For $ 8000 Englishman Brandon Grimshaw bought a tiny deserted island in the Seychelles and moved there forever. When Britishman Brendon Grimshaw was under forty, he quit his job as a newspaper editor and started a new life.
Be careful what you wish for as it could come true. Research reveals that winning the lottery doesn’t necessarily mean winning happiness. Many winners reflect that their lives were happier before they struck gold. The one positive effect is that most winners do claim to be happy but no happier than they were before their win.
The police, in the United Kingdom especially, notoriously and viciously crackdown on what they ~ not the law consider illegal. Recently, the world was horrified to see several burly cops manhandling a 92-year old man for protesting against a court decision without his having permission from the police.
How did the nativity scene come about? What are its names in different countries? What does it look like and what are its features? Which nativity scenes are considered the largest in the world and why? All the answers are below.
A disabled woman assisted by Kester Disability Rights has been paid £7,000 in compensation by a service provider who refused her access to a retailing service because she was unable to wear a face mask.
In scenes reminiscent of medieval witch hunts and hysteria about warts and birthmarks, a Swedish distribution company with warehouses in France plans to force its workers to wear dog collars fitted with proximity sensors which would ring if they are too close in a bid, so it is claimed, to reduce Covid-19 infections.
Though the Rome regime believes much of Italy remains under strict coronavirus restrictions, restaurants and bars have opened their doors in protest. Customers drank, ate, sang, and in one viral video, apparently booted the police back out the door.
Ignored by much Western media, some 10,000 people marched through the centre of the Austrian capital Vienna on Saturday to protest against restrictions aimed at stopping the spread of Covid-19, and to demand the resignation of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.
The list includes a tsar’s house and a wooden skyscraper.
Massive protests and outbreaks of civil disobedience are breaking out throughout Europe. Pro-government mainstream media as did their counterparts in totalitarian regimes pretend there is public support for repression.