DID YOU KNOW...
In 1950 at the Las Vegas Desert Inn, an anonymous Sailor made twenty-seven straight passes (winning rolls) with the dice at Craps..... the odds against such a feat are 12,467,890 to 1 ........
Until August of 2000, the dice used by the Sailor rested on a velvet pillow behind glass in the Lobby of the Hotel.
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Namibia, Africa's "Skeleton Coast" is so named because of all the skeletons and bones that are piled on the beaches.
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3. Adolph Hitler
4. FRANK SINATRA
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The Skeleton coast, on the Northern part of Namibia's Atlantic coast, where the desolate Namib Desert meets the sea, the shoreline is littered with the skeletal remains of shipwrecks, beached whales, and humans who fell victim to the area's dense fog, fierce currents, frigid waters, and treacherous reefs.
Many of the Whale and Seal skeletons are remains left during the Whaling Industry Boom of the 19th century.
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi