NEW YORK: Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro has slept with 35,000 women in his 82 years of life, according to an upcoming documentary.
“He slept with at least two women a day for more than four decades – one for lunch and one for supper,” The New York Post quoted an ex-Castro official named “Ramon” as telling filmmaker Ian Halperin. “Sometimes he even ordered one for breakfast,” the official said.
“I don”t think he would have stayed on as long as he did if not for all the incredible women he had access to as president,” the official added.
Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz or Fidel Castro led his country from December 1959 until his resignation in February this year. Castro came to power as a result of the Cuban revolution that overthrew the dictator Fulgencio Batista, and shortly thereafter became Prime Minister of Cuba.
Although the US has tried hard to get rid of him, Castro outlasted no fewer than nine American presidents since he took power.
A true story based around Cidade de Deus (City of God) , a housing project which becomes the most dangerous place in Rio De Janerio.The movie tells story of many characters (All through the eyes of a single narrator). This is a must watch movie (though in Portuguese language , with subtitles in English). The tag line of the the movie is “Fight and you’ll never survive , Run and you’ll never escape.”
A definite 9/10
Finally Microsoft has released a new ad. The guy in the end actually says “I am a PC go FISH” or do they mean something else???
We will have to wait and see what Apple has to say next.
Watch this old ad from Apple as well (Featuring Gisele)
Is the govenment doing anything for the common man whos on the street because of the financial crisis? Is the governemnt here to bail out big companies only and not the common man who is on the street? Why are profits privatized and tax payer money is being used to bail out companies which no other private comapny wants to buy?
Between the $29 billion the Fed pledged to swing the Bear Stearns sale to JPMorgan in March, $100 billion apiece to rescue mortgage finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, up to $300 billion for the Federal Housing Authority, Tuesday’s $85 billion loan to insurer AIG and various other rescue deals and loans, taxpayers are potentially on the hook for more than $900 billion.
Why is that no one is punishing heads of these organization who are responsible for this crisis?
Earlier this year, Fuld, a 30-year veteran of the once-venerable Wall Street investment bank that filed for bankruptcy protection this past weekend, was awarded $22 million in retirement pay. Merrill Lynch chief E. Stanley O’Neal picked up $161 million from the Wall Street brokerage when he left last October after $40 billion of subprime-related write-downs. Former Citigroup head Chuck Prince stepped down with a $68 million package. Even former Bear Stearns chairman Jimmy Cayne picked up a reported $60 million after selling some of his Bear stock in the aftermath of that firm’s fire sale to J.P. Morgan earlier this year- Forbes
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