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                               Gold Bar ATM Machine
This gold vending machine was located at the Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace hotel. This ATM machine dispenses 10-gram 24K bars of solid gold instead of cash. You can buy a 2.5, 5 or 10 gram gold bar for $193, $343 and $638 respectively.
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happy new years have a good one
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The Nile glows bright at night in this sparkling image from our Suomi NPP satellite. http://go.nasa.gov/WNlvkH
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break that head board if you want to lol
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"Though Lincoln argued that the founding fathers’ phrase “All men are created equal” applied to blacks and whites alike, this did not mean he thought they should have the same social and political rights. His views became clear during an 1858 series of debates with his opponent in the Illinois race for U.S. Senate, Stephen Douglas, who had accused him of supporting “negro equality.” In their fourth debate, at Charleston, Illinois, on September 18, 1858, Lincoln made his position clear. “I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races,” he began, going on to say that he opposed blacks having the right to vote, to serve on juries, to hold office and to intermarry with whites. What he did believe was that, like all men, blacks had the right to improve their condition in society and to enjoy the fruits of their labor. In this way they were equal to white men, and for this reason slavery was inherently unjust.

Like his views on emancipation, Lincoln’s position on social and political equality for African-Americans would evolve over the course of his presidency. In the last speech of his life, delivered on April 11, 1865, he argued for limited black suffrage, saying that any black man who had served the Union during the Civil War should have the right to vote."
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Using a soil sensor and an Arduino-controlled water pump, Randy Sarafan created a system where a water reservoir rejuvenates his plant when it runs dry. http://bit.ly/W9mERn
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                        Pure White Gold Mercedes Benz
The 18K white gold used in this car Owned by Abu Dhabi, an oil billionaire , This stunning car features the newly developed V10 quad turbo with 1,600 horsepower and 2800nm of torque 0-100km/h in less than 2secs, 1/4 mile in 6.89 secs running on biofuel. That is NOT stainless steel.It is WHITE GOLD.
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    BUSINESS ADMIN., 2012
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    ADMINISTRATION, 2012
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