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Public Meetings in Adelaide
Posted:Aug 14, 2019 7:17 am
Last Updated:Sep 21, 2019 3:34 pm
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this excites me, scares me, bewilders me, but i still want to know where i can potentially be safe and explore fun..
adelaide only.
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Pabalo Escobar most amazing facts..
Posted:Aug 14, 2019 7:09 am
Last Updated:Sep 21, 2019 3:34 pm
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Pabalo Escobar spent around $2,500 a month on rubber bands used to hold his .

He Made Around Billion A Year Profit In His Peak, & In the 80s, Escobar's Medellin cartel was responsible for 80 percent of the cocaine was sent to the United States.

tons of cocaine into the US day.

equals

$42 Million A Week.
$6 Million A Day.
$400,000 An Hour.
$6,666 A Minute.
$1 A Second.

He Was Believed To Own 2 Houses In The U.S Which Were Used To Stash His Within The Wall And Ceiling Cavities. This Doesnt Include A Similar Of Properties Owned In His Home Country Used For Similar Purposes, Police Also Siezed 2 planes, 20 helicopters & 32 yachts.

When E Was Finally Captured, He Main Courthouse Needed To Build A New Building Just To House All His Documentation.

He Wrote Off Around 2 Billion A Year In Samp And Water Damage To His As Well As Burning 2 Million To Keepo His Warm Whilst Hiding Out In A Heaterlewss Abode.

Escobar Was Responsible For Killing About 4,000 People, Including An Estimated 200 Judges And 1,000 Police, Journalists, And Government Officials.

He Was Killed Aged 44.

OTHER FACTS…

His drug empire was bigger than his own government.
People referred to him as “Plato O Plomo”, which means “accept a bribe, or face bullets”.
Before getting into the drug trade, Escobar sold stolen tombstones to smugglers.

Depending on how much product HIS pilots flew, they could earn as much $500,000 day.

In an attempt to change the laws of extradition, Escobar offered to Colombia's debt--an estimated 10 billion dollars.

Escobar made the Forbes' billionaires list of the world's richest people seven years in a row beginning in 87 and peaked at seven in 89.

In the late 80s, Colombian authorities seized some of Escobar's enormous fleet, including 2 planes, 20 helicopters, 32 yachts, and 1 homes and offices.

Escobar's business was so big and so scrutinized in addition to planes, helicopters, cars, trucks, and boats, he even bought two submarines for transporting his cocaine into the United States.

At the height of the drug trade, Escobar smuggled up to tons of cocaine each day.

Pablo Escobar's support of the poor earned him the nickname "Robin Hood."

Other popular nicknames for Escobar were "Don Pablo" and "El Patron."

Among the possessions authorities found in Escobar's home was a Spanish translation of the self- classic, The Power Of Positive Thinking.

About ten percent of Escobar's earnings were lost to spoilage. Rats likely consumed a bulk of those bills.

Escobar's luxury prison was referred to as "La Caterdal" (aka the Cathedral).

La Catedral housed a casino, a nightclub, and even a spa.

Following his death, Escobar's lavish Colombian estate was transformed into a theme park featuring , life-sized dinosaur models, Escobar's collection of classic cars, and more.

Pablo Escobar's greatest fear was extradition. No matter what happened, he didn't want to spend his final years in an American jail cell.

Despite his horrific business dealings, Escobar did a of programs to Colombia's poor residents. He gave to churches and hospitals, established food programs, built parks and football stadiums, and created a barrio.

Escobar used his extraordinary wealth and popularity to get himself elected to Colombia's Congress.

The biggest single cocaine shipment Escobar ever made to the United States weighed a whopping 51,000 pounds.

Pablo Escobar was gunned down at the age of 44. Some people speculate the wound was self-inflicted.

About 25,000 people -- including many of the poor Colombians to whom Escobar had personally distributed -- attended his burial in Medellin.
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15 most successful traits in human beings
Posted:Aug 14, 2019 7:08 am
Last Updated:Sep 21, 2019 3:34 pm
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1.Willing


Successful people are willing to dig in, do the work and learn new things. They’re simply willing to do whatever it takes to create the life they want.

2. Open
Successful people are open to new ideas. They don’t close themselves off from information might them.

3. Courageous
Often, successful people are -takers, but more importantly they’re courageous. They tap into the courage lives deep in them and use it to break ground, try new things and put themselves out in front.

4. Decisive
There’s an old adage says be quick to make a decision and slow to change it. Successful people do just . They don’t vacillate or sit on the fence. They decide and move forward. Indecisiveness will momentum.

5. Love Learning
Have you ever seen a successful person’s personal library? It’s usually packed full! Successful people are willing to invest in themselves, either through reading, attending seminars or workshops. They know they don’t have all the answers so they seek people have the answers they’re looking for.



6. Committed
Commitment provides the fuel – the energy – to keep moving forward. Successful people know what they care about and have committed themselves, on a deep level, to getting it.

7. Persistent
No such thing as “giving up” in a successful person’s mind. Just like the Energizer Bunny, they keep going and going. As they say, success is 98% showing up, 2% talent.

8. Adaptable/Flexible
Simply said, successful people go with the flow. Ride the wave. Rigidity is the kiss of death in creating anything you want. Successful people have the ability to switch course as needed. This allows them to stay present to world around them, being more aware of opportunities as they arise.

9. Creative
We all have an innate sense to create in our lives. Successful people have learned to tap into their creative spark and do so in a way enriches their lives and the world around them.

10. Balanced
The happiest and most successful people usually lead well-balanced lives. They take time for their families and fun times. They celebrate the whole of their lives, not just parts of it.

. Spiritual
Often, successful people have a deep commitment to their spiritual side. They understand their life is so much more and the source of their power comes from a source deep within. They allow their spirits to guide them.

. Purposeful
Living a meaningful life starts with a sense of purpose. Successful and happy people have usually spent time considering their unique purpose in life and have taken steps to fulfill purpose.

. Fun-loving
Living your best life doesn’t mean work, work, work! Taking time out for fun times and relaxation are important elements in creating a life works well and feels great. Have you heard where CEO’s on the coast in California have started holding board meetings? ’s board like in surfboard! They meet early in the morning for some sun, sand and surf. They say it does wonders to boost creativity and gives them a fun atmosphere in which to connect with new people. Networking at its very best!



. Possess Clarity
To create success you need to be able to leverage your strengths. Successful people know who they are, what they want and how they’re going to get it. They’ve learned to leverage their strengths and passions.

. Patient
Success takes time to build. Successful people, who are also happy, have learned to allow the things they want to arrive in there own perfect timing. They honor the natural flow of life and seldom push to get what they want.
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HAPPINESS
Posted:Aug 14, 2019 7:06 am
Last Updated:Sep 21, 2019 3:34 pm
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HAPPINESS REQUIRES STRENGTH

HAPPINESS REQUIRES EFFORT

HAPPINESS REQUIRES DETERMINATION

HAPPINESS REQUIRES MOTIVATION

STRENGTH REQUIRES GIVING UP THINGS PROVIDE YOU WITH A FALSE SENSE OF HAPPINESS AND FULFILLMENT.
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CROWDED HOUSE - Don't dream it's over lyrics
Posted:Aug 14, 2019 7:04 am
Last Updated:Sep 21, 2019 3:34 pm
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CROWDED HOUSE - Don't dream it's over

There is freedom within
There is freedom without
Try to catch the deluge in a paper cup

There's a battle ahead Many battles are lost
But you'll never see the end of the road
While you're traveling with me

Hey now, hey now
Don't dream it's over
Hey now, hey now
When the world comes in
They come, they come
To build a wall between us
We know they won't win

Now I'm towing my car
There's a hole in the roof
My possessions are causing me suspicion but there's no proof
In the paper today
Tales of war and of waste
But you turn right over to the T.V. page

Hey now, hey now
Don't dream it's over
Hey now, hey now
When the world comes in
They come, they come
To build a wall between us
We know they won't win

Now I'm walking again
To the beat of a drum
And I'm counting the steps to the door of your heart
Only shadows ahead
Barely clearing the roof
Get to know the feeling of liberation and release

Hey now, hey now
Don't dream it's over
Hey now, hey now
When the world comes in
They come, they come
To build a wall between us
You know they won't win

Don't let them win
Hey now, hey now

Hey now, hey now

Hey now, hey now
Don't let them win
They come, they come
Don't let them win

Hey now, hey now (yeah)
Hey now, hey now
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Cheap Wine - cold chisel lyrics
Posted:Aug 14, 2019 7:03 am
Last Updated:Sep 21, 2019 3:34 pm
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Cheap Wine
Cold Chisel

Once I smoked a Danneman cigar
Drove a foreign car
Baby was years ago
I left it all behind
Had a friend, I heard she died
On a needle she was crucified
Baby was years ago
I left it all behind for my
Cheap wine and a three-day growth
Cheap wine and a three-day growth
Come-on, come-on, come-on
I don't mind takin' charity
From those I despise
I don't really need your love
Baby you can shout at me
But you can't meet my eyes
I don't really need your love, I got my
Cheap wine and a three-day growth
Cheap wine and a three-day growth
Come-on, come-on, come-on
Sitting on the beach drinkin' rocket fuels Oh Yeah!
Spent the whole night breakin' all the rules Oh Yeah!
Mending every minute of the day before
Watching the ocean, watching the shore
Watching the sunrise, and thinkin' there could never be more
Never be more
Anytime you want to find me
I ain't got a telephone
I'm another world away
But I always feel at home, with my
Cheap wine and a three-day growth
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