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PHOTOS: Couple Jailed For Having Sex With Their Children

In a very disturbing incident, a woman has been sentenced to 54 years in prison for making child pornography with her husband and two children.

The woman, Sarah Adleta from Florida, and her husband reportedly made sex with their children a part of their parenting plan. They even continued with these shocking sexual act after the divorced.
The mother of two also confessed to performing sex acts on her 4-year-old girl on camera while another man, Aaron Dixon, watched via Skype from North Carolina.

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Always make sure your hair is treated and clean. Speak to your stylist for expert advice.

One of the scariest Car we have ever Driven


6 Essential tips to turn Financial Setbacks into Success


Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently
– Henry Ford (1863-1947) American industrialist.
Have you reflected on your life lately? Have you realized that the recipe of your financial success contains ingredients of failures? Failures happen to all of us. Sometimes, the best of our intentions go against us. No matter how passionate we are, no matter how hard we try, we end up facing the fate of failure.
Even the best among us have seen their share of setbacks. Unfortunately, we seldom find their failures in the pages of history. All we see are their greatest achievements. All we see are their blessings and fairy tale success stories that make us envious.
I’ve had my share of failures. At times, I’ve had myopic thoughts of quitting and escaping the burden of failure that was nothing more than a temporary setback. By not giving up what I was undertaking; by focusing more on what inspired me in the first place to pursue the passion, I have always overcome clouds of self-doubt to eventually greet the hands of success. I’ve found that there is always a lifeline to latch onto and to pull myself up if I learn to focus on the opportunity that arises in the abyss of despair.
As you read this, you may have met worst of financial setbacks — credit card debt, business failures or loss of a job. But, believe me, worst of the setback happens between your two ears — in your mind.
These are the essential tips that I have written in my personal journal as the mental anchors to keep my faith in the dream and to never give up no matter what happens along the way.

Michael Fassbender: I'm not good looking

PHOTO: Six Naval Officers Beat Teacher to Stupor in Ogun

A terrible accident happened at the Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Onikoko, Adigbe area of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital in the early hours of October 30, 2013, Wednesday, when six naval rating officers pounced on one of the civilian teachers in the school and beat him to stupor over a minor argument between them.

Jonathan Suspends Oduah

President Goodluck Jonathan may have placed the embattled Minister of Aviation, Ms. Stella Oduah, on  “tactical suspension,” findings have revealed.

France legend Zinedine Zidane has categorically disagreed with Sir Alex Ferguson's recent criticism of England's Steven Gerrard.

Zidane: Gerrard was the best

France legend Zinedine Zidane has categorically disagreed with Sir Alex Ferguson's recent criticism of England's Steven Gerrard.
France legend Zinedine Zidane has categorically disagreed with Sir Alex Ferguson's recent criticism of England's Steven Gerrard.
Ferguson's comments were made public through his recently released autobiography, several players have spoken out in support of the Liverpool stalwart, with Zidane the latest to reveal just how highly he rated - and still rates - the midfielder.
The England captain was described by the Ferguson as being not a "top, top player" in world football, despite the former Manchester United boss' interest in bringing him to Old Trafford a few years ago.
"Alex Ferguson is obviously one of the most successful coaches the game has ever had," Zidane told the Mirror. "But I did find his comments about Steven Gerrard very strange.
"To say he is not a top player is wrong."
The 41-year-old continued: "For two or three years, Steven Gerrard was the best midfield player in the world. Even now he is playing at a high level for Liverpool and England."
Zidane, currently Real Madrid's assistant coach, then went on to suggest that any club in Europe would have bent over backwards to sign Merseyside's favourite son when he was at the height of his abilities.

Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker says Saturday's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace has given the side a well-timed boost ahead of a tough run of fixtures across three different competitions.

Per: Gunners up for big test

Per: Gunners up for big test
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker says Saturday's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace has given the side a well-timed boost ahead of a tough run of fixtures across three different competitions.
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker says Saturday's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace has given the side a well-timed boost ahead of a tough run of fixtures across three different competitions.
The Gunners saw a 12-match unbeaten run come to an end in the Champions League against Borussia Dortmund last Tuesday, but bounced back at Selhurst Park this weekend to maintain their two-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger's men resume league hostilities against second-placed Liverpool this coming weekend, but not before facing London rivals Chelsea in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday while they later travel to Dortmund for the return fixture in the European Cup next week.
"Palace was a good test for us and a good win ahead of the hard games to come in the next weeks," Mertesacker said.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini preferred not to put the blame on any individual, despite a costly error between Joe Hart and Matija Nastasic gifting Chelsea a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Pellegrini won't point finger

Pellegrini won't point finger
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini preferred not to put the blame on any individual, despite a costly error between Joe Hart and Matija Nastasic gifting Chelsea a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini preferred not to put the blame on any individual, despite a costly error between Joe Hart and Matija Nastasic gifting Chelsea a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
The Premier League sides were drawing 1-1 heading into the final moments of normal time after Sergio Aguero had canceled out Andre Schurrle's opener, but a collision on the edge of the area between City's goalkeeper Hart and defender Nastasic allowed Fernando Torres to skip through and slot home the winner.
Despite having been let down by the manner of the defeat, Pellegrini refused to single out either man, and plans to instead review the footage of the game and work on their mistakes.
Asked who should have taken charge to prevent Torres' goal, Pellegrini told Sky Sports: "I don't think it is the moment to say who should take the ball.
"They scored a goal and we will analyse it."

Youzhny claims Valencia crown

Mikhail Youzhny beat David Ferrer in straight sets to win the Valencia Open on Sunday.
Mikhail Youzhny beat David Ferrer in straight sets to win the Valencia Open on Sunday.
The 31-year-old dominated the world number three throughout the encounter to claim a 6-3 7-5 victory.
The Russian broke serve twice early in the first set largely thanks to his surprisingly accurate ground strokes and won the first set in quick time.
The Spaniard seemed to lift his game in front of his home crowd during the second set and went a break up early, but Youzhny responded and broke serve himself to left proceedings, before breaking for the fourth time of the match with the scores on 5-all.
The big-hitting Russian then made no mistake on his serve to claim the 10th ATP title of his career.

Serena Williams claimed her fourth WTA Championship crown on Sunday when she beat Li Na 2-6 6-3 6-0 in an eagerly contested final.

Serena bounces back emphatically

Serena bounces back emphatically
Serena Williams claimed her fourth WTA Championship crown on Sunday when she beat Li Na 2-6 6-3 6-0 in an eagerly contested final.
Serena Williams claimed her fourth WTA Championship crown on Sunday when she beat Li Na 2-6 6-3 6-0 in an eagerly contested final.
After coming through a grinding three-setter in the semi-finals against Jelena Jankovic, the world number one again found another gear when she needed one most to overcome a one-set deficit against the Chinese ace.

Vincent Enyeama believes with hard work and dedication he can eventually become "the best goalkeeper in the world."

Vincent Enyeama believes with hard work and dedication he can eventually become "the best goalkeeper in the world."
The Nigeria international has been in superb form for club and county, having conceded just four goals in Lille's opening 11 Ligue 1 matches this season, while on the international stage he has helped the Super Eagles put one foot in the 2014 World Cup finals as they take a 2-1 away win over Ethiopia back home in qualifying action next month.
The 31-year-old's performances have earned him plenty of plaudits across Africa and Europe, and the gloveman sees no reason why he cannot reach the pinnacle of his profession.
"It's about work, work and even more hard work. I believe in hard work," he told Lille's official website.
"(I have been) watching videos and looking at (my) mistakes. I keep striving day and night to correct them.
"When I make a mistake, I am hard on myself - more than I could get on someone else if he made the same mistake.
"That's the way I am. I have set very high standards for myself. I believe I can be the best goal keeper in the world."

Boston Red Sox return to equilibrium with strong outing

boston-fileST. LOUIS - One of the abiding strengths of the Boston Red Sox this entire season has been their ability to turn the page.

If ever there was a page that needed turning, an event that required selective amnesia, it was the chaotic ninth inning of Saturday night’s 5-4 defeat in Game 3 of the World Series, a game that will forever be identified by the words “obstruction walkoff.”

“It’s been a characteristic of this team from Day One,” said manager John Farrell. “There’s a reason why this team has never lost more than three games consecutively all season long. These players have the ability to bring their focus to the ballpark, no matter what happened the previous day.”

He probably wouldn’t be able to find a better example of that quality than the one his team provided Sunday night in Game 4 when the Red Sox overcame an early St. Louis lead and then pulled away to a 4-2 victory on the strength of Jonny Gomes’ three-run, sixth-inning home run.

Gomes, who was only in the lineup because right-fielder Shane Victorino was a last-minute scratch because of back spasms, crushed a 2-2 pitch from St. Louis reliever Seth Maness into the Boston bullpen in left-centre to snap a 1-1 tie, scoring Dustin Pedroia, who had singled with two out, and David Ortiz, who had walked, ahead of him.

Mother, four children killed with meat cleaver in New York

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York woman and her four young children were hacked to death with a meat cleaver in their Brooklyn home, and the father's cousin was charged with their murders on Sunday, the New York Police Department said.
Responding to an emergency call on Saturday night, police found two boys, two girls and their mother with multiple wounds at their home in Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood.
Ming Dong Chen, the 25-year-old cousin of the children's father, was at the home and was taken into custody. He was charged with five counts of murder, criminal possession of a weapon and assaulting a police officer, a police spokesman said.
Three of the children were found dead at the scene. The woman and one of the children were later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital.
The victims were identified as William Zhuo, 1; Kevin Zhuo, 5; Amy Zhuo, 7; Linda Zhuo, 9; and Qiao Zhen Li, 37.
Li's husband returned home after the police arrived and is not suspected of any involvement in the killings, police said.
Police declined to discuss a possible motive for the killings.
(Reporting by Jonathan Allen and Ian Simpson; Editing by Cynthia Johnston, Steve Gorman and Sandra Maler)

cool family Halloween costume...


Alyson Hannigan and Alexis Denisof

It was glittery seahorses for Alyson Hannigan and her family.

David Beckham involved in car crash

David Beckham and his son Brooklyn were involved in a car accident on Friday (25.10.13) when he hit another car as he left his Beverly Hills home.

5 Signs Your Child Could Be Precocious

(emerille, CC BY-SA 2.0)  Childhood development is fraught with cognitive milestones.
Parents have a lot on their plate when it comes to raising a child — that much is obvious. Past the bulk of daily tasks focused solely on keeping the child alive, parents must study their offspring with detective-like intensity: Is she crawling enough? Has he started grabbing yet? Why isn’t she talking?
Childhood cognitive development follows a fairly predictable path, science has found, which on the one hand may worry parents, whose child seems to be falling behind. But on the other, it can alert them to their child’s natural strengths and help them cultivate those talents. From an infant’s innate number sense to a pre-teen’s logical reasoning, here are several signs your child may be precocious.

5 Vitamins You Might Be Overdoing

By Cleveland Clinic

Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD, who authored this post, is a registered dietitian who has been helping people reach their nutritional goals for more than 12 years.  
Americans aren’t eating as many fruits and vegetables as we should be. In fact, Americans nationwide are significantly below the fruit and vegetable consumption guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the USDA.
Enter supplements. As people seek alternative sources of crucial vitamins and minerals, supplement intake has skyrocketed. Supplements can be helpful, but getting nutrients in a pill rather than food is not always the best way to improve your health. In some cases, it can even hurt.
Here are five vitamins and minerals you may be overdoing if you pop them as pills.

Karrueche Tran and Chris Brown are Back Together ... and Living Together!!!




Navigating the difficult path of grief

 
Elina Rasmussen and her infant sister, Isabel, just before their father was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer. "We didn't know life was going to change," their mother said.
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Father with cancer communicates with 14-year-old daughter through napkins

Higher purpose: Study finds belief in God linked to having sense of purpose in life

ValueSpeak: The man who hates Halloween

It is widely known around here that I am The Man Who Hates Halloween.
My kids know it. My neighbors know it. Local representatives from the ICC (the International Candy Cartel) know it. Everyone knows better than to mess with Halloween’s Grinch — which, ironically, makes me sound kind of scary and frightening.

PHOTOS + VIDEOS) :Mom, 4 young kids killed in NYC stabbing rampage




TRUE LIFE STORY

My Sister and I lost our parents at the age of 4-5years
through CAR ACCIDENT.
After our parents death my wicked uncle and his wife
inherited all my parent's property since we were young
and promised to cater for us. Few days later things
became
worst ..we stopped schooling since
he refused to pay our fees .
They mistreat US..living with them
was like a hell.
I couldn't bear to see myself and sis
suffering..one night I pack out and
run away from home with my sis to
begin life on the street.
We became beggers on the
street ..slept at filthy place .our
clothes looks very dirty.
Life was so unfair to us but we had
no choice.
Fortunately one afternoon we were
begging on the street when one
woman in a car ..asked me..

Chelsea Punish Manchester City Defence

Fernando Torres scored an injury-time winner as Chelsea beat Manchester City 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.















A stunning goal from Sergio Aguero looked to have earned the visitors a point after Andre Schuerrle had given his side a first-half lead.

Suspected cultists kill 25-yr-old female graduate


Avoiding the I'll-Give-Back-Later Trap


If you wait until you can do everything for everybody, instead of something for somebody, you'll end up not doing nothing for nobody. --Malcom Bane

7 Health benefits of Apples....

Crisp, comforting and delicious, apples have remarkable health benefits, fighting everything from dental problems to diabetes, heart disease, at least 8 types of cancer, and possibly even Alzheimer’s.
One of the latest discoveries is that eating at least 2 servings a week of whole fruit—particularly apples, blueberries, or grapes—trims risk for type 2 diabetes by up to 23 percent, compared to people who eat less than one serving per month, according to new data from three long-running studies that include 187,382 participants. The research was published in British Medical Journal. The scientists also report that cutting out three servings of fruit juice and eating whole fruit instead would cut diabetes danger by 7 percent.
Other studies reveal the apple's long list of impressive health perks, reports Courtenay Smith, executive editor of Reader’s Digest and editor of the bestseller Foods That Harm, Foods That Heal.
In fact, apples may be one of the best healing foods, but also carry a risk you should be aware of. “Because apples are vulnerable to worms and other pests, conventionally grown fruit can be high in pesticides because it’s sprayed several times,” cautions Smith, who recommends either buying organic or washing the fruit thoroughly before eating.
Here are some of the latest findings about this delightful autumn food:

Mozilla Lightbeam Helps You Find Out Who Is Watching You on the Internet




If you're an Internet user, which presumably you are if you're reading this, you're likely aware that the services or sites you visit or the browsers you use might track some of your browsing habits in one 
way or another.

STUNNING IN YELLOW: Genevieve Nnaji Dazzles At Lagos Fashion Week (PHOTO)

Top-shot actress, Genevieve Nnaji is certainly not looking mellow in yellow.
She rocked this fabulous yellow dress with matching shoes as she attended day three of Lagos Fashion and Design Week 201.
The dress is reportedly a Bridget Awosika Spring/Summer 2014 dress and is one of Awosika’s designs on display at the fashion show.


What do you think?

PHOTOS: Kim Kardashian Celebrates Her 33rd Birthday

Reality star, Kim Kardashian is kicking off her 33rd birthday bash by showing off her post-pregnancy figure in a white lace dress.
She is reportedly in Las Vegas for er extravagant bash on Friday night, four days after her actual birthday.
She tweeted 'Let the bday festivities begin Vega$' to kick off the party.
The corset-style top pushed the new mother's already large breasts up even more, as she stared demurely into the camera.
See a few photos below:
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Photos: Heidi Klum's Halloween Costume



For Men, Smart, cool and stylish.....

A Fight for Possession - Body and Soul


Hannon pulled on his reins, his patience exacerbated. Rain washed his face as he scowled up at the overhead canopy, his eyes briefly retaining an image of the dappled light even though the day was grey. It seemed that there was to be no letup in the weather, but that was not his main concern. He cocked his head as he listened to the woodland noises trying to decipher the many sounds. His face was set in concentration and worry gnawed in his guts. He did not have long to wait and he flinched when a crack from a broken branch confirmed his fears. That was a large animal and a sturdy branch by the sounds of it. He was being followed.
With some difficulty, given the narrowness of the trail, he turned his mount to face the way he had come and waited. Rain continued to seep under his collar, damp now rather than cold. He blinked to clear his vision, knowing that he may need to react swiftly should the need arise. He was confident of his own skills. Youth and dexterity were on his side, but the damp would wear any man down and his joints ached softly.
After a few moments a silhouette appeared from within the tunnel framed by trees. A rider. A lean man astride a brown horse that looked as miserable with the weather as Hannon did. The man urged his mount forward and then stopped no more than ten paces away and at that moment even the birdcall vanished, as though in expectation of the events to follow.
"Why are you following me?" Hannon demanded softly. There was no need to raise his voice. He wanted to sound calm even though his pulse raced. The other man rose in his stirrups as though relieving a cramp. Long, dark hair framed a youthful face. His eyes were pinched against the drizzle, his eyebrows narrowed in concentration. Hannon knew instantly that this man was not to be trusted, whether a premonition or a judgement of character he cared less. He dropped his gaze to the other man's weapons; a sword and knife scabbarded at his waste. The sword's pommel looked worn; a bad sign that he may be an experienced sword's man.
The man smiled thinly. "Give me the kara-stone and I will let you ride on." His voice was gravel, flat and full of menace.

Confessions of a Windows Phone User


Hello. My name is Ashlee Vance, and I have a Windows phone.
To own a Windows smartphone in Silicon Valley is to invite ridicule and pity. Every day I pull out the bright yellow Nokia Lumia 920, and every day iPhone and Android types look at me with dismay. Why, they wonder, would I subject myself to an app wasteland? Why would anyone take the risk of a Blue Screen of Death interrupting their phone call? Why would anybody opt for the platonic ideal of unhip?
Admittedly, there are times when I too doubt my choice. People with this Instagram thing, for example, seem to eat really beautiful stuff. And I want to eat beautiful stuff too. Uber is also way less cool when you have to order and follow your car via text message instead of on a map. And then there are those crucial moments you need an app to find an electric car charging station, and once again the Windows phone lets you down because it has no such app, and you’re left standing on the side of the road next to your Tesla holding a solar panel over your head, and it’s so, so embarrassing.
Here, however, is the thing about Windows Phone. It just keeps getting better. On Monday, Microsoft began touting the third update to its Windows Phone 8 software. The revamped code brings with it a bevy of new features, although the most important one may be a new interface for larger devices.

The Obamacare Penalty: Yes, It Can Be Avoided

The Obama administration this week said it is delaying the enforcement of the Affordable Care Act’s mandate, extending until March 31 how long Americans can go without insurance before facing a penalty.

But how strict is the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate to begin with? It’s a question that’s floated around since the mandate was first mentioned: Can the government – and more specifically, the IRS – really enforce the mandate penalty? The answer is yes, but only up to a point. Whichever political side of the ACA you are on, it is a technical question that’s piqued the curiosity of consumers and pundits alike.

(PHOTOS) Test prove Roma couple are mystery girl's parents

 
   NIKOLAEVO, Bulgaria (AP) — DNA tests have confirmed that a Bulgarian Roma couple are the parents of a mysterious girl in Greece known as Maria, authorities said Friday.
Genetic profiles of Sasha Ruseva and her husband, Atanas, matched that of the girl, said Svetlozar Lazarov, an Interior Ministry official.
Ruseva has said she gave birth to a baby girl four years ago in Greece while working as an olive picker, and gave the child away because she was too poor to care for her.

$250 Million For A 14-Year-Old's Big Idea: Origami Owl


All Isabella “Bella” Weems really wanted was a used car. That desire set in motion a chain of events that led to the Arizona teenager spearheading what is now a multi-million dollar enterprise that she may someday control. When she finishes school, that is.
Weems, now 17, is founder of Origami Owl, a custom jewelry company whose direct sales business model turns would-be entrepreneurs into salespeople and evangelists. The company, which she founded in 2010 at age 14, generated $24 million in revenue in 2012 and this year expects to reach $250 million, according to the company.
Origami Owl takes on independent associates – known as “designers” – who buy products at a discount and then peddle them to others for a marked up price. One of the favorite points of sale are “jewelry bars,” or private parties at someone’s home or another venue operated by a “hostess” (the hostesses get discounts and some free products too). The company has about 50,887 designers.
In a sense, what Origami Owl is offering is a canned small business that could appeal to would-be entrepreneurs interested in making a few extra dollars. That motivation is really what got Weems herself started in the first place.
At 14 Weems announced that she felt a car would be an appropriate gift for her 16th birthday, but was told by her parents, Chrissy and Warren, that she should earn her own wheels instead of relying on their funding. They suggested she start a business.

He Could Not Get An Erection To Rape Her

'It's My First Time, I'm Sorry' - Rapist Tells Victim After He Could Not Get An Erection To Rape Her

A sex attacker who failed in the knifepoint rape of a woman because of his drunken impotence apologised to her and said 'it's my first time'.
Sudan-born Khalid Abdullah cornered a stranger in an alley and held a blade to her neck in a jealousy fuelled assault, sparked by seeing his own girlfriend with another man.
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