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Aydin Ibrahimov: 1964 Bronze Medalist and Art Thief

Aydin Ibrahimov was a powerful bantamweight freestyle wrestler, a strong favorite for gold at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. He was also implicated in a stranger-than-fiction crime, details of which are sketchy at best. 358 more words

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5 Reasons to Read "A Fool and His Monet"!

“A Fool and His Monet” is a DELIGHTFUL new book written by Sandra Orchard, and published by Revell in the spring of 2016. But don’t just take my word for it, keep reading for 5 reasons why you can’t miss this new release! 280 more words

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Art Theft Rocks Missouri

Warhol’s paintings were stolen from the Springfield Museum in Missouri. Read more of the story here.

(Side note – Reading the article I was astounded to find out that there is a FBI team dedicated to recovering stolen art.)

THE DAY SOMEONE STOLE 3 OF MY ARTWORKS AT A GALLERY IN STOCKHOLM [2008]

“3 artworks of Mia Makila were stolen on the last day of her solo show at Galleri Hera in Stockholm, January 2008”

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Suing Cargo Largo, Pak Mail and UPS in Florida for Art Theft

By Elizabeth Weber, Esq.*

The Supreme Court of Florida recently reinstated an art theft lawsuit between artist Ivana Vidovic Mlinar (Vidovic) and three defendants – the United Parcel Service Co. 1,023 more words

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Chaos can go fuck hirself

Due to some unforeseen events, Chaos is no longer a member of the blog team.

I will be looking for a new blog admin ASAP. Please email me at hlsnich@gmail.com to apply. 22 more words

In a Perfect World I Would Teach...

In a perfect world I’d love to teach at a high school where I could (within reason) create my own classes.  At my high school, seniors took 6-week seminar style social studies electives and I LOOOOOOVED it.  944 more words

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