Nelson Mandela – Bio

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Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela is a South African politician who served as president of South Africa from 1994 to 1999, the first ever to be elected in a fully representative democratic election. Wikipedia
Born: July 18, 1918 (age 94), Mvezo
Spouse: Graça Machel (m. 1998), Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (m. 1957–1996), Evelyn Ntoko (m. 1944–1957)

Work at home jobs from the internet?

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laptops on desktop (Photo credit: Shenghung Lin)

You’ll read things like: Mom Earns $6,795/Month Part-Time from home.

If your curious as I am on how to make an extra income while being at home on the computer, my instinct kicks in and I click a link to see if it is a hoax or not. Wanting security within your household is what makes or even breaks a family apart. Knowing money makes the world go round and we all need plenty of it. I seek opportunities to do so. I have yet to know/meet someone who has made their living full time or part time online. Well unless it’s for a reputable company that is set to have a worker handle forms with filling them out, or what ever is needed to be done. After dealing with life and the monkey wrenches it throws us. I would like to actually see if it actually works after searching, searching and looking without having to get those unwanted spam msgs in your email.

Any feedback?? let me know of any,

Until next blog, lets make some freakin money up in here lol

The Orlov Diamond

Originally posted on Diamond Mike Watson:

Legend says this stone, which served as the eye of an Indian idol, found its way into the Court of Russia in the 1700′s, where Prince Orlov gave it to his ex-lover, Catherine the Great. This stone is currently held in the Diamond Treasury in Moscow. The stone weighs 194.75 cts.

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Chris Brown Smokes Weed Onstage Despite Being on Probation [VIDEO]

Originally posted on Hot 107.9:

Chris Brown is still on probation for his 2009 assault on Rihanna and he failed a drug test in September, but despite these facts Breezy was recently captured on stage taking several big puffs from what appears to be a blunt.

Chris lit up onstage as the crowd roared in applause during a recent stop in Oslo, Norway on his Carpe Diem tour. Smoking weed in Norway is illegal and several musicians ranging from the late Amy Winehouse to Snoop Dogg have been arrested for smoking pot in the Scandinavian country.

Brown seems to include this bit on every tour stop.

“I’m tired of this sh*t!” Brown said onstage. “I work real hard and a motherf*cker also gotta say something to piss me off, or make me mad…man I’m finna smoke, f*ck this!”

A montage of weed-friendly songs then play, including “We Fly High,” “Good Times (I Get High),” “How…

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Man maintains innocence in slayings of 4 women found in car trunks, lawyer says

Renisha Landers who was found dead in the truck of a car on Detroit eastside on Tuesday, December 27, 2011.

“Renisha Landers who was found dead in the truck of a car on Detroit eastside on Tuesday, December 27, 2011. / FAMILY PHOTO”

Natasha Curtis has been identified as one of two women found in a trunk on Christmas Day.

“Natasha Curtis has been identified as one of two women found in a trunk on Christmas Day. / FAMILY PHOTO”

Demesha Hunt who found dead in a car trunk on Tuesday, December 27, 2011. On Christmas morning, two other women, who have not been identified, were found in burning car.

“Demesha Hunt who found dead in a car trunk on Tuesday, December 27, 2011. On Christmas morning, two other women, who have not been identified, were found in burning car. / FAMILY PHOTO”

“4th Victim not pictured”.

A lawyer for a man who authorities say killed four women in December 2011, locked their bodies in car trunks and abandoned them in Detroit says his client maintains his innocence in the slayings.

Twenty-four-year-old James Brown of Sterling Heights was charged today by Macomb County prosecutors with four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths.

Defense lawyer Jeffrey Cojocar says that from his review of evidence so far it appears the case is circumstantial. Cojocar suggested, however, that Brown may have incriminated himself during a videotaped interview with Detroit police earlier this year. The lawyer says he plans to fight to suppress statements to Detroit police.

Cojocar says his client has “maintained his innocence 100 percent with regard to the homicides.” The lawyer says he anticipates a long trial.

Until next blog, lets continue to send out our prayers for the loved ones of these victims.

Israel, Militants Begin Talks on Truce Details

An Egyptian diplomat says indirect talks on implementing a cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian militants have opened in Cairo.

Monday’s talks are the first since Egypt brokered a truce last week ending eight days of heavy fighting. Israel carried out some 1,500 airstrikes against the Gaza Strip during the fighting, while militants fired a similar number of rockets into Israel.

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Now that the fighting has subsided, Egypt will work with the sides on negotiating new border arrangements for the territory.

The negotiations won’t be simple. Hamas and the smaller Islamic Jihad movement demand an end to Israeli and Egyptian restrictions on movement in and out of Gaza. Israel wants a halt to arms smuggling into Gaza.

Yasser Othman, Egypt’s top diplomat in the West Bank, confirmed the talks have begun.

China expects stability in Egypt

China hopes Egypt can maintain political and social stability despite recent violent clashes in the country, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Monday.

Hong Lei made the remarks at a press briefing when questioned about the nationwide protests in Egypt against the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and President Mohamed Morsi over a series of controversial presidential decrees.

“We hope Egypt can maintain political and social stability so as to promote the process of political transition in an orderly way, “Hong said.

Egypt has seen a nationwide protest against the MB and President Morsi, who issued a new constitutional declaration on Thursday ruling that all laws, decrees and constitutional declarations issued by the president since he came into office on June 30 are final and unchallengeable by anybody.

Fierce clashes erupted on Sunday between MB members and its opponents outside its office in the Nile Delta city of Damanhour, leaving one MB member dead and 60 others injured, the Freedom and Justice Party, MB’s political arm said.

The clashes first broke out on Saturday evening, injuring 26, and restarted on Sunday evening. But after the violent protests, the presidency announced on Sunday that the constitutional declaration issued by Morsi is temporary rather than permanent.