Diet changes a person beyond recognition, there is a lot of good in this process. First of all it is good for health, well then everything else. Let’s see how these girls changed, how they look now.Read more: Girls After Loosing A Lot Of Weight (12 pics)
Saddam Hussein is no longer in this world, but he left behind a lot of interesting secrets. A huge collection of weapons made ??of pure gold and silver was found. There are grenade launchers, and pistols and assault rifles.Read more: Saddam Husseins Weapons Made Of Gold (19 pics)
There is a monument to the victims of the crash of Tu-154 near Smolensk in Poland now.The names of all victims are carved on the monument. The monument represents a fragment of the aircraft. But it is very poorly done, as you may see…Read more: The Worst Monument Ever (7 pics)
Alien and Predator sculptures have appeared in Vladivostok. Imported from abroad. They are completely made ??of metal and reach over two meters in height. The cost of these monuments is about 500 thousand rubles.Read more: Alien and Predator Sculptures (14 pics)
Born in in Novokuznetsk, Siberian Russia, Vitaly Samarin Alexius is a genius freelance illustrator & photographer. Since 2000, he has been tutoring on the subject of drawing and painting. Over the past years he grew to a elusive artists with great eye for details. He is famous for his unique style which he justifiably called “Dreaminism“.Read more: Works of Artist Vitaly Samarin (73 pics)
Everyone has probably been told by their parents that if they want a successful and lucrative career then they must go to and graduate from college or university.
For most, this does seem to be a truthful statement but there are many people out there who prove this very theory wrong in the most spectacular ways.
Here we take a look at the most successful and the most wealthy college dropouts ever.
Who says you need a college education to succeed?
these guys and gals prove no one does. Tiger Woods. In a world where prodigious sports talents tend to forgo higher education altogether for the pros, Tiger Woods chose to continue playing amateur golf at Stanford University as an economics major. Perhaps it was in Econ 101 that he learned the term “opportunity cost,” because his time at Stanford was not long. After two years there, Woods turned pro with his “Hello world” announcement, officially ending his collegiate career. He would go on to become one of the highest paid athletes in the world, earning more than $100 million annually at the height of his career. How’s that for economics?