The recent data breach at Equifax compromised the personal information of millions of consumers. Whether your information was compromised or not as part of this data breach, a credit freeze may be a good idea, but you have to obtain a freeze from each of the three credit reporting agencies: Experian, Equifax and TransUnion.A credit freeze is free for senior citizens 65 and older and for victims of identity theft. For other Georgia residents, it costs $3 per credit reporting agency, or you can freeze your credit file with all three credit reporting agencies for a one-time fee of $9, which is much less than the monthly cost of most credit monitoring services. Freezing your credit file prevents anyone from opening new credit accounts in your name. Should anyone apply for credit using your personal information, the lender will be unable to access your credit report. Without access to your credit history, the lender will deny the credit request. A credit freeze does not affect your ability to use the credit cards you already possess. Identity thieves may steal your card number, expiration date and other information needed to use the card. As long as you report the loss of the card within 24 hours or notify the lender of unauthorized purchases, other laws limit your liability to no more than $50. A security freeze on your credit file will not prevent fraud that involves existing bank or credit accounts. A security freeze on your credit file does not completely block access. Insurance companies, existing creditors and law enforcement agencies can still access your information. Other entities cannot see your credit file unless you temporarily lift, or “thaw,” the security freeze. Once you obtain a security freeze, you must pay $3 per credit reporting agency to thaw the security freeze in order to apply for new credit. Georgia law requires the thaw to be available within 15 minutes of the request. Thawing the account is easily done with a personal identification number (PIN) or password provided by the credit reporting agency. A security freeze is not for everyone. If you are actively shopping for a mortgage, car loan, utilities or other new credit, wait until the transaction has been completed to freeze your credit file. To request a security freeze online through Experian and TransUnion, go to Experian.com and TransUnion.com and enter “freeze” in the search box for more information about how to initiate a freeze through those credit reporting agencies. To request a security freeze online through Equifax, go directly to www.freeze.Equifax.com. Expect to spend five minutes or less on each web page. Remember, you must freeze your credit through all three reporting agencies. To request a security freeze in writing, be prepared to enter your full name, including former names if applicable; current and former addresses for the last five years; your Social Security number; a photocopy of your driver’s license, state identification card or other government-issued identification; proof of your current residence, such as a copy of a phone or utility bill; and payment by check, money order or credit card. If you are a victim of identity theft and are freezing your credit, include a copy of a police report, investigative report or complaint filed with a law enforcement agency concerning the identity theft instead of tendering payment. Send written requests to each of the credit reporting agencies at: Experian Security Freeze, P.O. Box 9554, Allen, TX 75013; Equifax Security Freeze, P.O. Box 105788, Atlanta, GA 30348; and TransUnion Security Freeze, P.O. Box 6790, Fullerton, California, 92834-6790.To find out if you were affected by the Equifax data breach, visit Equifax’s website at equifaxsecurity2017.com. For more information on protecting yourself from identity theft, read University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1435, “Get Smart About Identity Theft,” at extension.uga.edu/publications.
Douglas vetoes Yankee decommissioning fund billGovernor Douglas, as expected, today (May 7, 2008) vetoed S373, “An act relating to full funding of decommissioning costs of a nuclear plant.” The bill would have required the owners of the Entergy Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon to guarantee the full cost of decommissioning the plant at the time of its decommissioning.The governor said forcing the owner to raise or guarantee such a fund would lead to the owner raising costs on future electricity contracts to Vermont utilities; those costs would then be passed on consumers and businesses. The plant currently is owned by Entergy Nuclear, but it wants to spin off some of its plants into their own holding company, including Vermont Yankee.At the moment, there is about $440 million in the decommissioning fund. The estimated cost to shut the plant down and clean up the site, however, is estimated to be about $700 million if decommissioned in 2012. If the plant is relicensed until 2032, the fund would grow as the underlying investments grew, but the cost of the decommissioning could also grow.The bill that Douglas vetoed would not have affected current contracts. While Yankee provides about a third of Vermont’s electricity, the major utilities in the state previously stated that they intended to diversify their portfolios and reduce their Yankee obligations. For now, Vermont has the lowest electric costs in New England and the second lowest “carbon footprint” in the nation.Among his written comments in vetoing the bill, the governor said, “There is no doubt that increases in electricity costs slow economic growth and impair job creation, but rising electricity bills also impair the ability of working families to make ends meet.”
By Dialogo July 14, 2009 Manchester City said they had signed Argentine striker Carlos Tevez, who left Manchester United at the end of the season, amid reports they also want Arsenal’s Emmanuel Adebayor. Tevez, 25, has agreed terms with City and is set to sign a five-year deal, his new club said following weeks of rumours regarding his future. No fee was mentioned but City were expected to have to shell out in the region of 25 million pounds (35 million euros) for the player they have coveted all summer. “It is terrific news,” said City manager Mark Hughes. “Carlos is an international player of the highest class who possesses all the attributes that will help drive this club forward,” Hughes told the club’s official website. “He is not only outstanding technically but he is a reliable goal scorer and someone who will contribute fully to the team ethic. He gives us another exciting, attacking dimension.” Last week City said they were giving up on plans to sign Barcelona star Samuel Eto?o, but having secured Tevez’s services they are now also hoping to net Togolese forward Adebayor, even though he signed a new Arsenal contract at the Emirates Stadium, media reports indicated late Tuesday. City said in a statement on Tevez: “Personal terms with the 25-year-old have been concluded and the deal has been ratified by the Premier League and the Football Association.” City added that Tevez, who will wear the number 32 shirt next season, will have the mandatory medical check and then link up with the squad on their pre-season tour of South Africa. Tevez spent two years with United, scoring 34 goals in 99 apearances after joining from West Ham, winning two English Premiership titles and the 2008 Champions League crown. He started out with Boca Juniors before joining Brazilian side Corinthians in 2005. Earlier Monday, United manager Sir Alex Ferguson he realised weeks ago that Tevez would not stay at Old Trafford, despite his cult status with fans. “I half expected Carlos Tevez would be going a long time back. I think he maybe did a deal around January because I spoke to him and gave him an offer on the night we played Inter Milan and he never came back to me,” Ferguson told reporters. “I phoned him on holiday and he never got back to me and I texted him twice and he never got back to me then either, so obviously he had made his mind up a long time ago, “He was a good player and did well for us. But he obviously assessed the situation and wanted to go somewhere else.”
By Dialogo July 01, 2013 Honduras plans to destroy at least 30 clandestine landing strips in July as part of a crackdown on drug smuggling, said Gen. René Osorio, chief of the Honduran Armed Forces, told reporters June 10 in Tegucigalpa. Army spokesman Jeremias Arevalo said the following day that “the destruction of these tracks is the fifth stage of Operation Martillo, and we will be able to do it thanks to the efforts made by intelligence groups operating nationally both over ground and over the air on flights that have allowed us to locate the tracks.” “We expect this will strain the capabilities of drug traffickers,” Arevelo said of Operation Martillo, a multinational effort which targets organized criminals using aircraft and maritime vessels to sneak drugs into Central America and onto Mexico and the United States. Up to 87 percent of all cocaine flights departing South America first land in Honduras, according to the U.S. State Department’s latest International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INCSR) published in March — making Honduras a major drug transit country. “The Northern Atlantic coastal region of Honduras is a primary landing zone for drug-carrying flights. The region is vulnerable to narcotics trafficking due to its remoteness, limited infrastructure, lack of government presence, and weak law enforcement institutions,” the report said. Guatemala also destroying ‘narcopistas’ Last year, Honduran authorities destroyed more than 70 clandestine airstrips, known in Spanish as “narcopistas.” They also seized more than 5,000 kilograms of cocaine and about 20,000 kilos of pseudoephedrine to manufacture ecstacy pills. Arevalo said military units are now preparing to destroy all newly identified airstrips, though for security reasons he declined to disclose their locations. Neighboring Guatemala is also struggling to track aircraft laden with drugs bound for Mexico or the United States. The Organization of American States, in a May 2013 report on the issue, says Guatemala has already lost 40,000 hectares of rainforest to the illegal construction of landing strips used primarily by and for drug smugglers. Such clandestine airstrips have even been found at Mayan archaeological sites which are supposed to be protected, according to media reports. Last year, Guatemalan authorities destroyed 15 airstrips in the sparsely populated northern department of Petén, which covers one-third of Guatemala’s land area but is home to only 600,000 of its 15 million inhabitants. Cocaine transport patterns throughout the region area also changing, said the OAS. While most cocaine departing Venezuela bound for Europe or the United States still goes by sea, air routes are growing in importance — especially via Central America and the Caribbean. Costa Rica, Mexico take action against illegal drug flights The INCSR study also noted that further south, in Costa Rica, an under-resourced Coast Guard makes the country’s coastline an attractive landing zone for smugglers. “Costa Rican-flagged fishing boats continue to be used by traffickers to smuggle multi-ton shipments of drugs through the littorals and to provide fuel for ‘go-fast’ boats that favor Pacific routes,” the report said. It added that a common practice is for traffickers to load their drugs onto trucks and other vehicles traveling north along the Pan-American Highway. Meanwhile, in Mexico’s northeastern state of Sonora, authorities destroyed 127 clandestine airstrips last year, according to that country’s Secretariat of National Defense (SEDENA). Officials said organized criminals are also using Sonora’s wide highways to land their planes. Honduran authorities calculate that 80 percent of drugs transiting Honduras moves by sea and the remaining 20 percent by land and air. “One of our concerns is that more and more shipments seem to be coming by sea now,” Arevalo said. “We’ve seen that they stopped shipping as much by air and now they’re turning to sea and using underwater vessels like narcomarinos. It requires constant work to keep track of what type of vessels they are using, but we do it every day because the Armed Forces are fully committed to eradicating all criminal activity.”
“Both the Army and the police are working hand-in-hand as part of a coordinated intelligence strategy to take down the heads of the Maras, Barrio 18 and Los Cachiros,” said Col. Germán Alfaro Escalante, sub-commander of the Military Police of Public Order (PMOP). The government has provided additional resources to the PMOP and a group of military police officers which is known as the “Tigers.” Both groups were launched in the fall of 2013. Together, the PMOP and the Tigers have about 10,000 military police officers and soldiers. Many of these officers patrol the streets of Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. Fighting a ‘culture of impunity’ Honduran security forces have captured several gang leaders and operatives in recent months. ‘For example, on Jan. 15, 2014, police in Tegucigalpa captured six members of The Taliban, a local gang. On Feb. 20, police in San Luis, Comayagua, killed José Jerónimo Espinoza Zuniga, an alleged leader of The Taliban. He was known as “El Chombo.” The captures and killing of gang leaders are having a positive impact, authorities said. “Since the launch of the PMOP in October last year, we´ve reduced homicide levels from three to one per day and from early February we´ve dismantled 18 criminal gangs,” Escalante said. Security forces are placing special emphasis on identifying and capturing or killing gang leaders. There are 4,000 PMOP troops and 5,300 Tigers who are ready to take down 150 gang leaders throughout the country. “Vetted police have been heavily recruited to boost the Tigers, who have been specially trained in intelligence gathering,” Escalante said. Security forces are seeking the assistance of the public. In February 2014, the government offered a reward of 250,000 Lempiras ($13,000 USD) for information leading to the whereabouts of several members of the Espinoza criminal gang. The gang members are suspected of killing more than 30 people, including six police officers in central Honduras. Honduran security forces are fighting a “culture of impunity” that has developed among gangs, said Raúl Pineda Alvarado, a security analyst based in Tegucigalpa. “We now have more than 33,000 gang members trafficking drugs and people in and out of the country,” said Alvarado. ”This is more than Guatemala and Nicaragua and in many ways they’re getting stronger with yearly profits of over $15 billion (USD).” Transnational criminal organizations which operate in Honduras transport about 80 percent of their drugs by sea, and the rest through air and land routes, authorities said. Drug trafficking operatives and gang members who work with them are responsible for most of the violence in the country. Since about 2010, the Sinaloa Cartel, Los Zetas, and other transnational criminal organizations have used ports in northern Honduras to transport drugs. With the assistance of local gangs, organized crime operatives load the drugs onto ships, which take the drugs to Mexico, the United States, and Europe. By Dialogo March 28, 2014 In addition to gathering information from law-abiding people to track down gang members, security forces must use technology to fight gangs and transnational criminal organizations, according to Alvarado, the security analyst. Authorities are doing exactly that. In late 2013, former President Porfirio Lobo announced the purchase of $30 million in radars to detect incoming planes carrying drug loads. “We need to instill a sense of fear in (drug traffickers) so that they find it harder to traffic guns and drugs to Mexico and the U.S,” said Alvarado. President Hernández told local media: “Here no one can enter the country like it’s no-man’s land…this isn’t a land of drug traffickers and this isn’t a country for those seeking impunity…here are decent men and women who wish to live in peace and quiet.” The Honduran President is seeking increased cooperation with Mexico and the U.S. to fight violence in Central America. Part of that effort involves extraditing organized crime figures who are wanted in Mexico and the U.S. On Jan. 14, 2014, the Honduran Supreme Court announced it was processing requests to extradite five organized crime suspects to Mexico and the U.S. A coordinated strategy Honduran police and military forces are cooperating to capture 150 leaders of criminal gangs and improve public safety, authorities said. The security forces are working together to follow through on President Juan Orlando Hernández´s pledge of “zero tolerance” for crime. The Armed Forces and the police are sharing information about the criminal gangs, such as which illegal activities they engage in, which regions they operate in, and who are their leaders, authorities said. Among the gangs the security forces are targeting are Mara Salvatrucha, which is also known as MS-13, Barrio 18, and Los Cachiros. These gangs engage in domestic drug dealing, homicide, human trafficking, extortion, kidnapping, and other criminal enterprises. They also form alliances with transnational criminal organizations, such as the Sinaloa Cartel and Los Zetas. The local gangs help transport drugs for the larger organized crime groups. Honduran police and military forces are working closely to bring down organized crime groups, primarily by sharing information. Using technology to fight organized crime Targeting gang leaders
The prosecutors alleged that the two suspects had been scouting Novel’s house days prior to the attack to plan their entry and escape routes. They claimed the motorcycle that was used during the attack belonged to Ronny.“Novel suffered severe injuries, experiencing infection or obstruction that could prevent him from working, damage to the right and left eye’s cornea that has the potential to cause blindness or loss of vision,” Fedrik read out the indictment.The indictments also quoted a report from the hospital that examined Novel after the attack, which stated that he had suffered first- and second-degree burns on his face and a third-degree burn on his left eye from the acid.Both defendants said they would not make a plea against the indictment.Presiding judge Djumyanto decided to adjourn the trial until April 2.Read also: Fact-finding team report mocked me: NovelThursday’s hearing marks a new episode in the prolonged investigation into the attack, which took place on April 11, 2017. The two defendants allegedly threw acid at Novel’s face when he was walking home from morning prayers at Al Ihsan Mosque in Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta. Novel’s left eye was severely injured as a result of the attack, requiring him to undergo surgery in Singapore.After several separate investigations and the establishment of fact-finding team in January 2019 that failed to identify any suspect at the end of its six-month tenure, the police finally arrested the two suspects in December last year.The police force was criticized because it took years to arrest two low-ranking officers. Many members of the public suspect that the mastermind behind the attack is still on the loose.The Novel Baswedan Advocacy Team also felt that the trial was a mere formality that had no intention of revealing the mastermind.“The indictment contradicts the findings of the National Police Fact-Finding Team for Novel’s case, which found that the motive for the acid attack was related to the large corruption cases that were handled by him,” advocacy team member Alghiffari Aqsa told The Jakarta Post on Thursday. Read also: Lawyers doubt police will on Novel caseHe added that the police’s fact-finding team also suggested that there was a mastermind.He said he also found it strange that the suspects and their lawyers did not intend to object to the indictment.“Based on this fact, the advocacy team considers that the trial of the Novel case is nothing but a formality,” Alghiffari said. “The trial goes smoothly without exceptions [from the defendants]. It doesn’t seem to have the intention whatsoever to reveal the intellectual actor and will most likely lead to a light sentence.” (mfp)Topics : Meanwhile, as subsidiary indictments, the two were charged of violating articles 353 and 351 of the Criminal Code, both related to mistreatment.In the indictment read to the court, Fedrik accused Ronny and Rahmat of attacking Novel because of a grudge over the victim’s work as an investigator for the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), which has sent powerful politicians and government officials, including top police generals like Insp. Gen. Djoko Susilo in 2012, to prison.Read also: Novel Baswedan receives anticorruption award in MalaysiaAccording to the indictment, the two defendants saw this as a form of resistance against the National Police. The North Jakarta District Court held a session on Thursday to hear the indictment against two active police officers allegedly involved in the acid attack against top corruption investigator Novel Baswedan.The defendants are Ronny Bugis and Rahmat Kadir Mahulete, both officers from Depok’s Kelapa Dua mobile brigade.During Thursday’s hearing, which was not attended by Novel, prosecutor Fedrik Adhar charged the two defendants with violating Article 355 on premeditated ill treatment, which carries a maximum sentence of 12 years’ imprisonment upon conviction.
More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 202018N/39b Castlebar St, Kangaroo Point.To the right of the open-plan design is the main bedroom, with bi-fold glass doors opening to the main balcony. The bedroom has carpet flooring and a walk-through wardrobe leading to an ensuite with twin showers, bathtub and dual basin vanity. There is also access from the ensuite to a separate balcony.Close to the main bedroom is access to a cinema room with an ensuite boasting a shower, and an adjacent bedroom featuring built-in wardrobes, an ensuite with a shower, and access to a southwest-facing balcony.Beyond the kitchen and towards the rear of the apartment are two bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes and access to separate southwest-facing balconies. The larger bedroom also has an ensuite with a shower. 18N/39b Castlebar St, Kangaroo Point.STYLISH and spacious, this expansive penthouse has impressive views along the Brisbane River and towards the Story Bridge.The residence is the only apartment on level 10 of the Castlebar Cove development at Kangaroo Point with the internal floorplan covering 331sq m with another 121sq m of external balconies to the front and rear of the accommodation.Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and bi-fold doors both open from the northeast-facing dining and living areas to a wraparound, covered balcony taking in the river and bridge vistas and featuring a wetbar and built-in barbecue.Overlooking the living and dining areas, featuring tiled flooring and a fireplace, is an impressive kitchen with European appliances, stone benchtops, a breakfast bar and floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. 18N/39b Castlebar St, Kangaroo Point.Also with access to the main balcony is a pool room with built-in fridges and bi-fold doors opening to the balcony. Close to the pool room is a powder room and other features in the apartment include a laundry room, intercom and airconditioning. There is also a five-car garage. Place marketing agent Simon Caulfield said Castlebar was renowned for its state-of-the-art resort-style facilities including a heated swimming pool, gym, spa, two plunge pools plus dry and steam saunas. “The barbecue pavilion provides ample dining areas, manicured lawns and landscaped gardens which complement the property’s 74m river frontage,” he said.
The property at 185-191 Park Ridge Rd, Park Ridge, sold for $1 million.WHERE there once was bush, now developers and families are finding exciting opportunities in the suburb of Park Ridge.Your Address agent Roslyn Watts, who recently sold a four-bedroom home at 185-191 Park Ridge Rd for $1 million after just one week on the market, said the area gave the buyers, a family with teenage boys, everything they wanted.“They just loved it with its proximity to everything,” Ms Watts said. “It was private, that’s what they loved about it.” Inside 185-191 Park Ridge Rd, Park Ridge.The residence was on a 2.02ha block.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Ms Watts said the local market at Park Ridge had taken off. “It’s only just started in the last two years,” she said. “As stuff comes on the market it just sells.“Because of all the development out there at the moment, stuff just doesn’t seem to sit.” This room had been used as a sewing space.She said land was fast disappearing as developers bought larger lots, and that the suburb represented a trend in Brisbane’s urban fringe.“It happens all the time: good spot, good position, they’ll sell,” Ms Watts said. “It’s very busy in the development areas.” Out in the backyard.Data from Realestate.com.au shows that the top three demographics of Park Ridge were older couples and families, established families, and elderly singles. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:24Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:24 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD288p288pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenCoreLogic Brisbane Housing Market Update – August 201809:25
AS Monaco midfielder, Cesc Fabregas is confident Lionel Messi will stay with Barcelona. Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Cesc was also asked which current player he would look to sign above all others if he had the choice. His answer was clear, PSG striker Kylian Mbappé. “Cristiano is 35 and Leo is going to turn 33, they are older. For youth, talent, desire, and mentality, I would sign Mbappé. The thought of having him for ten years upfront for my team, I would go for him. read also:Only Messi, Ronaldo can break my record at Man U -Rooney “Then there are players like Neymar and Haaland, but due to his goal getting and his speed, Mbappé reminds me of [Thierry] Henry. I saw him from in behind and it was a delight when you gave him a long pass into space.” Promoted ContentReal Faces Of The Women From World Famous PaintingsFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist MagnetsA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone6 Most Breathtaking Bridges In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With The Barca captain has been linked with Inter Milan. But former teammate Cesc says: “I speak with Messi and his idea has always been to end his career at Barcelona. “Many things can happen at a club but I am fully confident that his career will end at Barça.”Advertisement
Rodgers said that both he and his wife tested positive after displaying symptoms, but have recovered. He told BBC Leicester Sport: “Me and my wife had it just after [the season] broke up. A week later I really started to struggle, I had no smell and no taste.Advertisement Leicester City boss, Brendan Rodgers, has revealed he had coronavirus. Loading… “I had no strength, and I really struggled, and my wife was the same as well. I got tested and we both had it. I could hardly walk. read also:Rodgers: Pity if Liverpool can’t celebrate title with fans “It reminded me of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, as you climb higher you get more breathless. Walking 10 yards felt very different. I went for a run, and I just couldn’t do it. “I felt really weak, had no real appetite, and had a weird sensation for three weeks of having no taste.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentBrother Creates A Phenomenal Dress For His SisterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid ArmageddonTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical12 Countries With The Most Impressive Technological Innovations5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThe Best Cars Of All TimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?