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When Disney Princesses Meet The Real World Problems Like Drugs, Alcohol and Rape…

When Disney Princesses Meet The Real World Problems Like Drugs, Alcohol and Rape...

When Disney Princesses Meet The Real World Problems Like Drugs, Alcohol and Rape by Shannon Dermody #inspiration #photography

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World After: In this sequel to the bestselling fantasy thriller, Angelfall, the …

World After: In this sequel to the bestselling fantasy thriller, Angelfall, the ...

World After: In this sequel to the bestselling fantasy thriller, Angelfall, the survivors of the angel apocalypse begin to scrape back together what's left of the modern world. When a group of people capture Penryn's sister Paige, thinking she's a monster, the situation ends in a massacre. Paige disappears. Humans are terrified. Mom is heartbroken. Penryn drives through the streets of San Francisco looking for Paige. Why are the streets so empty? Where is everybody?

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Survivors #4: The Broken Path – As the newly united Pack sets off in search of a…

Survivors #4: The Broken Path - As the newly united Pack sets off in search of a...

Survivors #4: The Broken Path – As the newly united Pack sets off in search of a home far away from the Fierce Dog camp, they discover that no territory is truly safe. When they encounter another group of dogs who survived the Big Growl, Lucky hopes that they can work together as allies—but this new Pack may be their most dangerous enemy yet.

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1930-S $10 Indian. PCGS MS65 As fresh as the day it was minted! Well struck and …

1930-S $10 Indian. PCGS MS65 As fresh as the day it was minted! Well struck and ...

1930-S $10 Indian. PCGS MS65 As fresh as the day it was minted! Well struck and sparkling with intense mint luster boasting natural golden bloom colors. The cheek is remarkably clean and thus clearly justifies the CAC sticker. This gem has not been outside of the safe deposit box for nearly 50 years! As America’s circulating $10 gold production declined throughout the 1920s and the Great Depression tightened its grip, San Francisco’s output became gradually more erratic. The West Coast coin factory was the only site to strike Eagles in 1916. No U.S. gold coins were struck for circulation in 1917-19. Afterward, while twenty dollar output remained high in the 1920s at all three Mints, the end of the ten dollar denomination was fitful, with a ten years hiatus between the famous 1920-S Eagles and the 1930-S pieces, except for a lone high production Philadelphia issue in 1926. The Eagles and Double Eagles minted at San Francisco in 1930 would be the last U.S. gold coins struck at that Mint until 1984. The 1930-S Eagles, already few in number from the low mintage of 96,000 struck, was reduced further by the gold meltings of the Roosevelt Administration. The vast majority of survivors are in varying degrees of Mint State, indicating an issue that met the same fate as many of the other melt rarities of the period. Garrett and Guth, in their Encyclopedia of U.S. Gold Coins, write: “In overall terms of rarity, this date ranks a little behind the 1920-S, with just a few hundred known in all, and those are scattered over the grading spectrum.” Most 1930-S specimens share certain physical traits. When seen, the 1930-S tends to be thickly frosted, a common trait on S-mint tens in this series. Also, the color is often vibrant yellow to greenish gold with pinkish overtones present on many of the highest-graded examples. This handsome gem 1930-S illustrates the point exactly! . Estimated Value $50,000 – 60,000. #Coins #Gold #US$10.00 #MADonC

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Tichina Arnold Net Worth 2018 Martin Reboot In the video at the end of this art…

Tichina Arnold Net Worth 2018 Martin Reboot  In the video at the end of this art...

Tichina Arnold Net Worth 2018 Martin Reboot In the video at the end of this article Tichina Arnold Martin Lawrence and Tisha Campbell-Martin are seen together for the first time since 1997 the year Martinwas cancelled. One day earlier Tichina posted a pic of her and Thomas “Tommy” Strawn (Thomas Mikal Ford) on Instagram. In 2016 the actor sadly passed away after an aneurysm in his abdomen ruptured. Net Worth As Of 2018: $14 Million Tichina Arnold’s $14 million net worth was earned through her career as an actress singer model and comedian. She has been acting for more than 30 years and is best known for her role as Pamela “Pam” James on Martin. Tichina Arnold Net Worth 2018 1969-1982 Tichina Arnold Young Tichina Rolanda Arnold was born on June 28 1969 in Queens New York. She fell in love with acting when she was 4-years-old after she delivered a performance for members of her family’s church. 1983-2017 Today was not easy..but by the grace of God we all got through it. Words cannot express our gratitude for all of your Prayers Positive thoughts and Support for us throughout the years. Tommy will be missed but most certainly never forgotten… And PLEASE don’t ask “Where’s Martin?..” he was there too…just not in this picture. Lol! God bless you all.. #LoveConquersAll #MartinShow A post shared by TICHINA ARNOLD (@tichinaarnold) on Oct 19 2016 at 2:37pm PDT Arnold landed her first role in 1983 as Mary in The Brass Ring. In 1989 she appeared on an episode of The Cosby Showas Delores. From 1992 to 1997 Tichina rose to fame as Pam on Martin. Her and Martin Lawrence delivered hilarious scenes on a regular basis. 2018-Present Me & my 1st on camera son.. @willtylerjames at the @naacpimageawards -I miss the good ole #EverybodyHatesChris Days. A post shared by TICHINA ARNOLD (@tichinaarnold) on Jan 20 2018 at 11:40pm PST In the video below Arnold explains that her Tisha and Martin don’t want to relive the past with a Martin reboot they want to show how they have evolved. What do you think about the Martin reboot? Share your thoughts in the comment section below. Martin Lawrence net worth tichina arnold

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1870. NGC PF66 A marvelous gem example with full glittering mirror surfaces agai…

1870. NGC PF66 A marvelous gem example with full glittering mirror surfaces agai...

1870. NGC PF66 A marvelous gem example with full glittering mirror surfaces against well frosted raised devices and all untoned. A rare low mintage date as a mere 4,000 were struck for general circulation and only 35 Proofs were made. Housed in NGC holder 1551341-004. Brilliant untoned golden surfaces. A very rare date in the long Liberty Coronet half eagle series that spans the years 1839 to 1907. The 1870 issue had for decades certainly been overlooked by specialized collectors (although a few wise “name” collectors from the last century saw its potential). Today, the 1870 Proof is widely recognized for what it is, an opportunity that should not be ignored! Only 35 Proofs were originally sold to collectors, and while Akers and others fail to give indication for the numbers of survivors, Breen estimates that perhaps a dozen survive today. We believe there may be even fewer than a dozen, and we quote Akers concluding comment about this date, “…very rare and for some unknown reason [1870 Proofs] have appeared at auction less often than similar or lower mintage Proofs of many other dates.” When one turns to the certification services, their data further reinforces this belief as most have been certified no higher than Proof 63 or Proof 64 by PCGS or NGC. Included in the short roster of other Proofs of this issue are: (1) Scanlon:2334 (Stack’s 10/73), described as “flawless,” and bringing $4,400. Later this piece appeared in Bowers’ 11/2000 Bass IV:504 where it was graded PCGS Proof 64 (2) Garrett 3/76:430, realized $5,000, possibly reappearing in Bowers 9/95:1418, again as PCGS Proof 64 (3) Carter:683, $13,200 (4) Clapp, Eliasberg, Trompeter (5) Heritage 8/95:7818, PCGS Proof 63 with several lint marks in lower left of reverse, $17,600. The Trompeter coin, not auctioned at the time (only the gold dollars through $4 gold pieces were sold in 1992) later was placed by private treaty. This gorgeous Gem Proof 66 Cameo specimen may even be the Clapp, Eliasberg, and as the Trompeter piece it is reappearing after many years. A candidate for “Finest Known”. In fact NGC reports the second finest graded as Pf-64 . Note: When Ed Trompeter was forming his complete collection of proof gold coinage from 1858 to 1915, this coin eluted him for decades. It was one of the last coins he needed for completion. Estimated Value $40,000 – 50,000. #Coins #Gold #US$5.00 #MADonC

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1907-D Exquisitely toned with mottled gold, blue-green, and russet and traces of…

1907-D Exquisitely toned with mottled gold, blue-green, and russet and traces of...

1907-D Exquisitely toned with mottled gold, blue-green, and russet and traces of silver-gray remaining. The appearance is very attractive and very original. Nicely struck and exhibiting superb luster on both sides. Among the finest survivors, and for any collector seeking the date, who also appreciates beautiful toning, this might be the very best survivor. The Mint at Denver Colorado struck a total of just over 4 million Barber dimes in 1907, the second year of coinage operations at that facility. Small change was badly needed in the West at that time and the coins circulated heavily when released. Few examples were saved by contemporary collectors. As a result, research has shown the 1907-D is one of the most difficult Denver Mint issues of the series to locate in Mint State conditions, especially as a Superb Gem. . Estimated Value $18,000 – 19,000. #Coins #US #Dimes #MADonC

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What to expect when Brock Lesnar addresses Jinder Mahal = The 2017 installment o…

What to expect when Brock Lesnar addresses Jinder Mahal = The 2017 installment o...

What to expect when Brock Lesnar addresses Jinder Mahal = The 2017 installment of Tables, Ladders and Chairs is now officially a thing of the past. So what’s next? Monday Night Raw, of course… With Survivor Series just…..

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