BWP Entertainment: ‘Vertical Forest’ Skyscrapers Coming To Milan

BWP Entertainment: ‘Vertical Forest’ Skyscrapers Coming To Milan: An artist rendering of the finished skyscrapers. (Photo: Courtesy of Boeri Studio) In  Milan , a new kind of skyscraper is under constru...

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Grace, We Just Don't Get It

Billy, a confused 5-year-old Sunday Schooler and the mullet sporting Nighttrain help to illustrate Gods aww-sum grace. Wrapping up nicely with Jesus and Peter in a conversation on how 


 This is the biggest (man-made) hole in the world!

This enormous hole is a diamond mine in Mirna, Siberia. It measures 525 metre deep and 1.25 km in diameter, making it the biggest man-made hole in the world. The suction from the hole is so powerful that helicopters flying over it have crashed. 


Homeless In Portland, Oregon Redeem Tokens From 'Sanctity Of Hope' Nonprofit For Goods (VIDEO)

To give money to the homeless or to not give money to the homeless? It�s an age-old quandary that an Oregon nonprofit may have solved.
Sanctity of Hope, a Portland organization, has invented a new currency for homeless people. Donors buy tokens from the nonprofit, dole them out to people living on the streets and they can then be exchanged at stores for food and other goods they might need, according to KATU.
This innovative system allows do-gooders the opportunity to give to the homeless, without worrying how they will spend the cash, and it also pushes panhandlers to spend their �money� wisely.
It's a model that would let donors breathe easy, especially considering stories we've seen lately about some less-than-honest panhandlers.
The people of Lexington, Ky., for example, were horrified last month when they learned that Gary Thompson, a beggar who had been getting around in a wheelchair and speaking with a slurred speech, was neither homeless, nor disabled, LEX18 reported. The story became even more disturbing when Thompson revealed to reporters that he earns about $100,000 a year.
Sanctity of Hope�s token system could potentially reduce such scams.
â��We choose to donate money based on the level of perceived need,â�� Derek Thompson wrote in the Atlantic in 2011. â��Beggars known this, so there is an incentive on their part to exaggerate their need, by either lying about their circumstances or letting their appearance visibly deteriorate rather than seek help.â��


Highly Intelligent Border Collie Will Wow You With Her Tricks

Paige the Border Collie isn't your average dog! Sure, she loves her owners, walks and treats...  but she also can so many impressive tricks it's hard to believe! Check out what this intelligent little girl can do - it'll impress you!

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