Frozen Tundra

Truong Dinh Tran led a mostly uneventful life, unless you count spending two years in a North Vietnamese prison, swimming his way to South Vietnam, building a fortune in wartime, fleeing to the United States with a suitcase full of cash and another full of gold, installing himself and his four paramours and their children in a single-room-occupancy hotel on Manhattan’s West Side, becoming a subject of the biggest federal seizure of property related to drug charges in American history, and then donating $2 million to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund after Sept. 11. When he died, in 2012, Mr. Tran left a fortune valued at $100 million, at least 16 children by five women, one self-described wife, and no last will and testament.

Designer’s Blending of NFL Logos with NBA Logos Creates Fantastic Results
247 years of American flags, visualized.

247 years of American flags, visualized.

This Might Be The First Selfie In Photographic History

This Might Be The First Selfie In Photographic History

Make it count

Make it count

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To avoid criticism…

To avoid criticism…

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If someone doesn’t see how dope you are…

If someone doesn’t see how dope you are…

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Chicago: The Great American City

This documentary is very well-done, even if you’re not an @Packers or @Favre4Official fan… “Last Day at Lambeau” (2012) Online Screener

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