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Meet Stephen Paddock – A Millionaire Gambler Who Killed 59, Injured 527, Owned 42 Firearms

Stephen Paddock was a high-stakes gambler recognized in the casinos of Nevada. More importantly, he was a self-made millionaire who dabbled in real estate investments in Texas. Divorced twice (in 1980 and 1990), 64-year-old Mr. Paddock was a retired accountant, having had his full-time employment 30 years ago. And he owned 2 single-engine planes.   Living in […]

... written on Oct 03 2017

Meet Billionaire Stephen Hung, Who Ordered 30 Rolls-Royces But Now In Huge Debt

Stephen Hung has been a name synonym with luxury, at least in Macau (Macao). His fame spiked – temporarily – when he ordered a mind-boggling 30 Rolls-Royce for Louis XIII, which was later renamed as “The 13”. That was 3 years ago and since then his luck and fortune has taken a plunge for the […]

... written on Sep 11 2017

Bigger Screw Up – United Flight “NOT” Overbooked, Boycott & Lawsuit On Its Way

United Airlines will learn the hard way that “overbooking” is a word reserved not only for an honest airline, but also for an airline that doesn’t employ an arrogant CEO. And for an airline that happily unleashed thuggish and racist security officers to bully and violently dragged an Asian passenger off the flight, the fiasco […]

... written on Apr 12 2017

Up To US$999,999 – “Pokemon Go” Players Are Making Good Money

The early bird gets the worm – the saying goes. Since an American mobile game developer – Niantic Labs – launched “Pokémon Go” last month, the game has raked in US$200 million (£153 million; RM800 million) in net revenue globally on the App Store and Google Play in its first month – beating popular games such as […]

... written on Aug 11 2016

Here’s Why Pokémon Go Isn’t Available In China, India & South Korea

Unless you live in China, India or South Korea, chances are you’ve been hunting Pokémon since the game was introduced in Asia 2 days ago. Even if you haven’t started doing that, at least you should have heard about Pokémon which is taking the entire planet by storm. So, which are the 15 countries in […]

... written on Aug 08 2016

Why Is Pokémon GO Taking Over U.S., Australia and New Zealand?

Shayla Wiggins, a 19-year-old Riverton resident, found a body floating in the Wind River while playing a game on her cell phone. Another was busy playing the same game while his wife was in labour. Even police in Missouri claimed that 4 suspected robbers were caught luring victims with the same game mentioned. So what’s this crazy […]

... written on Jul 12 2016

Want To Know The Results Before Brexit Referendum? Ask The Bookies!!

It’s finally here. The day for the British to decide their future – to remain or to leave EU – has finally arrived. If the “Remain” wins, it will be business as usual. If the “Leave” wins, it could be business as usual, or a temporary chaos in the financial markets. The globe will keep […]

... written on Jun 23 2016

China Anti-Corruption’s Latest Bans – Golfing & Extramarital Affairs

Ever since President Xi Jinping took the throne as the most powerful man in China in 2013, he’s been cracking down on corruption as if there’s no tomorrow. His anti-corruption crackdown is so massive that it’s being globally – from United States to Australia – with Beijing seeking extradition of those who have fled with […]

... written on Oct 23 2015

Solitaire, Minesweeper, Hearts, FreeCell – The Secret Behind These Games

Humankind cannot live without games. The gaming industry is estimated to worth about US$88 billion this year (2015) and is expected to skyrockets to US$110 billion by 2018. Apple iOS developer made an impressive US$10 billion in revenue for the fiscal year 2014, although not the entire figure goes to game developers. Still, games such […]

... written on Aug 24 2015

Bring Back DOS-Games Childhood Memory – Here’s How To Play For Free

Depending on your age, you may or may not know the world of DOS games. It was the early age of computer where the Intel Pentium was not even born yet. You were bombarded with technology such as Intel 80286 (or simply Intel-286) and Intel 80386 (or simply Intel-386). Computers were rarely shipped with memory […]

... written on Jan 06 2015









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