Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho is an enigmatic and extremely intelligent individual, a man who understands how to play with the media and with people’s minds. He is good and evil in equal measures – the master motivator and the master baiter. Jose Mourinho has his faults – but just one glance at what he says to the press (see Jose Mourinho’s quotes) tells you that he is constantly pushing people around him and the rules in order to get what he wants. He is driven by a hunger to succeed that is seldom seen in even the best of people and it’s that winning habit that he manages to empower his players with. Jose Mourinho – a man who wins titles, consistently. How many other managers can say that?
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Rocky Fielding

Rocky Fielding (born 5 August 1987) is a British professional boxer. He is the current British and commonwealth champion and former WBA Inter-Continental super middleweight champion, as well as a former Commonwealth and English super middleweight champion.
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25 year old outgoing guy, looking for accommodation in Toulouse

Roommates in Toulouse: Hi guys! I’m Michał and I am looking for nice people to share a house or apartment in Toulouse. Recently I’m finished my studies in Poland (Warsaw University of Technology) and I got the new job in Toulouse. I want to live with students, because I still feel like a one of them 😉 That’s why I…
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Big Mouth Billy Bass

Big Mouth Billy Bass is an animatronic singing prop, representing a largemouth bass, invented on December 16, 1998, sold from January 1, 1999, and popular in the early 2000s. The fish is made of latex rubber with a plastic mechanical skeleton inside of it; at first glance, it appears to be a mounted game fish. The product was conceived by Gemmy Industries product development vice president Joe Pellettieri following a visit to a Bass Pro Shop. The device turns its head towards a person, facing them, and then wiggles its tail on its trophy plaque and sings kitschy cover songs, such as “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin and “Take Me To The River” by Al Green, who said he received more royalties from it than from any other recording of the song. The singing mechanism was originally activated by a motion sensor and intended to startle a passerby. Eventually, a button was added to activate it. In addition, many variants of Big Mouth Billy Bass were also produced by Gemmy using differe
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