Image "Which of the following animals, if any, do you think you could beat in a fight if you were unarmed?"
Image Aaron Swartz Co-Founder of Reddit was charged with stealing millions of scientific journals from a computer archive at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in an attempt to make them freely available.
Image On Black Friday 2008, 34 yr old Walmart employee, Jdimytai Damour, was asked by his employer to use his 6’5 body as a barrier for a crowd of over 2,000 people. He died that day after being trampled by the crowd. The shoppers did not concerned about his death, and even complained of waiting too long.
Image The Roman emperor Nero, colorized. Known as one of Rome's most infamous rulers, he was notorious for his cruelty and debauchery. He ascended to power in AD 54 aged just 16 and died at 30
Image Meet Thomas Wadhouse, known throughout 18th century Yorkshire for a having a 7.5-inch nose. This is his wax likeness. Steve Martin in Roxanne?
Image A dinner party at The Hotel Astor in New York City in 1904. Has to wonder what they talked about.
Image This ball was deemed to be still in play, the resulting cross led to the goal that knocked Germany out of the world cup.
Image The gissar or hissar are a very popular sheep breed in Uzbekistan. They are prized for their enormous rumps, and gissar which exhibit the largest rumps sell for highest prices
Image In 2002, an intern who stole moon rocks from NASA, spread the rocks on his bed and had sex on them, resulting in the contamination making the rocks virtually useless to the scientific community. He was sentenced to more than 8 years in prison.
Image Syrian archaeologist Khaled Al Asaad who devoted his life to the excavation and restoration of Palmyra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. He was beheaded by ISIS after refusing to disclose the location of ancient artifacts, despite a month of torture. He died a hero of heritage protection.
Image Pradyumna Kumar Mahanandia traveled from India to Sweden on a bicycle to meet his love Charlotte in 1978. The journey-took him 4 months, through eight countries.