Woods capped the weekend off with a relatively uneventful Sunday. Though he hit a speed bump and bogeyed two of three holes on the front nine (five and seven), his lead was never in question. Woods' final round resulted in a score of 69, putting him at 270 for the weekend -- 18 under par. The score broke a record of 271 set in 1965 by Jack Nicklaus and equaled by Raymond Floyd in 1976. Jordan Spieth would tie the historic score in 2015, before Dustin Johnson finally broke it in 2020.
The following list surveys the 25 greatest art heists of all time. They have concerned artworks from throughout art history, from centuries-old archaeological objects to contemporary masterworks, and they have involved a range of shadowy figures, from amateurs to security experts to possibly even organized crime syndicates. In some cases, the works have been recovered, while other heists have ended with the works being lost permanently.
Fundora handed Lubin the sort of brutal beatdown that boxers often never recover from. Lubin emerged from the bout with a grotesquely swollen face and broken nose, proof of the sort of power Fundora generates from his freakishly long reach.
I had so many beliefs against being a singer or what it takes. There was a lot of pain associated with that. The rejection of it all. I lived in a rejection state of mind. Not because of my voice; the mike never rejected me. It was harboring all those bad memories of being broke. It teaches you your worth. Nothing good comes from that.
To become truly immortal a work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense will only interfere. But once these barriers are broken it will enter the regions of childhood vision and dream.
I'm at a very frustrating point in my career because I'm not a millionaire. Like, people assume because you're in movies or TV, you're rich. I'm not rich, but I'm far from broke. I'm what you call a 'thousandaire.'
One common adage...that is completely wrongheaded is: You can't go broke taking profits. That's precisely how many traders do go broke. While amateurs go broke by taking large losses, professionals go broke by taking small profits.
When ABBA broke up, I assumed our music would fall into oblivion so in the early 90's with BJRN AGAIN becoming popular and when U2 invited Benny and I on stage to sing Dancing Queen, I just assumed we were being sent up. But now I see they were paying tribute to us
The Russians are liars - you can't trust them. At Potsdam they agreed to everything and broke their word. It's too bad the second world power is like this, but that's the way it is, and we must keep our strength.
The Great War differed from all ancient wars in the immense power of the combatants and their fearful agencies of destruction, and from all modern wars in the utter ruthlessness with which it was fought... Europe and large parts of Asia and Africa became one vast battlefield on which after years of struggle not armies but nations broke and ran. When all was over, Torture and Cannibalism were the only two expedients that the civilized, scientific, Christian States had been able to deny themselves: and they were of doubtful utility.
Before the civil war, Pottibakia was a normal member of the Comity of Nations. She erected tariff walls, broke treaties, persecuted minorities, obstructed at conferences unless she was convinced there was no danger of a satisfactory solution; then she strained every nerve in the cause of peace.
When the police arrested eighteen-year-old Benjamin C. Hoppe he only had on a sweatshirt, red boxers, and a white sock on his left foot. Why? A few hours earlier he had broken into the home of an old, fat bartender who wrestled the kid to the ground and made him cry before he squirmed out of his shoes and pants and ran from the house. Hopefully, he learned his lesson and will do the right thing from now on.
One day Justin Stansfield, a British heroin addict and thief, broke into a garage to steal valuable items so he could sell it and buy his next fix. While in the garage, he found a freezer full of cold beers and Popsicles. He decided to have some fun, instead. He took out his fake teeth to enjoy a couple of Popsicles after he downed a few beers. But before he left, he forgot to put his teeth back in. This dumb act cost him sixteen months behind bars.
A thief in Portland, Oregon, broke into a house, went through every inch of the property, opened all the drawers, and stole everything of value he could find without leaving any fingerprints. However, what appeared to be almost the perfect robbery was ruined when the thief grabbed a container of orange juice from the refrigerator and took a gulp directly from it, leaving it in the sink. The container was sent straight to the DNA testing unit at the Oregon State Crime Lab in Clackamas where forensic scientists found a match. Christopher Lathrop quickly confessed after he was arrested and will probably never drink orange juice again.
Isabelle broke into the film industry when she played the iconic character of Esther in Warner Brother's ORPHAN at the age of 10. Fuhrman was hailed by critics for what became known as, "one of the most momentous examples of acting from a child performer in years." She went on to win the role of ...
Born on a cotton farm in South Carolina in 1927, tennis great Althea Gibson is widely regarded as the Jackie Robinson of her sport. In 1950 at the age of 23, Gibson broke the color barrier in tennis when she became the first Black player of either gender to compete in the U.S. Nationals. She soon did the same thing at Wimbledon before becoming the first Black player to win the French Championship in 1956. No Black player had ever won Wimbledon or the U.S. Nationals, but in 1957, she won both. In 1958, she did it again. Tennis was now for everyone.
It's been 12 years of shooting the Kodak DCS SLR/n. It was amazing and there were many magic moments. Today my 3rd SLR/n broke - shutter failure - and that's probably the end of that. It is finally time to move on and I see only one worthy successor: The quirky but jaw dropping Sigma SDQ H. 2b1af7f3a8