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15 Photos Of Ryan Gosling Being Ridiculously Handsome
Ryan Thomas Gosling was born in London, Ontario. He is the son of Thomas Ray Gosling, a traveling salesman for a paper mill, and Donna, a secretary who qualified as a high school teacher in 2011. His father is of part French-Canadian descent. Gosling's parents were Mormons, and Gosling has said that the religion influenced every aspect of their lives. Because of his father's work, they "moved around a lot" and Gosling lived in both Cornwall, Ontario, and Burlington, Ontario. His parents divorced when he was a child, and he and his older sister Mandi lived with their mother, an experience Gosling has credited with programming him "to think like a girl". Gosling dated American actress Sandra Bullock for a year from 2002 to 2003. He had a two-year relationship with fellow Canadian actress Rachel McAdams from mid-2005 to mid-2007. They briefly reunited in the summer of 2008. Following their split, he described McAdams as "one of the great loves of my life". He dated American actresses Kat Dennings in late 2009, Blake Lively in late 2010 and Olivia Wilde in early 2011. Gosling has been in a relationship with American actress and model Eva Mendes since September 2011.
Top 10 Turning Points of Revolving Restaurants
Surely the greatest controversy of 2011 surrounds the decision not to reopen London’s only revolving restaurant for the 2012 Olympics. The BT Tower will stay resolutely still. So can we learn anything from its history, and a few tales of other spinning food emporia? Revolving restaurants are one example of a weird set of medals which a city feels it must accumulate to show it has “arrived” (modern art museums and aquariums are other examples, perhaps the basis of another top ten). Cities in emerging markets are still utterly beguiled by these (mostly) clockwise wonders. In the US, many have faded away after a rush of them in the 70s, but this number is outweighed by restaurant openings in the Far East. There are still around 150-200 (though many old ones no longer spin). This provides very rich pickings for a list. Let’s start with ten and see if you’re interested.
Top 10 International Military Schools
Interestingly (though not surprisingly), not all countries operate their military academies in the same manner as the U.S. While most international military academies mirror their American counterparts in the mission of training men and women to become leaders within the armed forces, they do not all include a post-secondary styled education. After a bit of thought, I’ve included on this list some of the schools that do not offer such a program (namely the Brits and Brazilians). The reason for this is that the main focus of these lists – in my mind anyway – has always been the military training aspect. There happens to be a number of international schools that excel at producing superior military officers and deserve inclusion, in my opinion, on any list that tackles this subject. After all, the idea behind any military school is to develop leaders, and this they do exceedingly well.
10 Discontinued Fast Food Items We Want Back
The world of fast-food chains is one full of innovation. Change the channel and there's some new product staring you down, filling you with desires you didn't even know you had. Just a second ago you didn't realize you wanted those chips inside your burrito but now all you want is to eat the shit out of that. You're halfway to your car, not even wearing pants, not even with enough money to pay for the food thing, but dammit you will rob the sorriest of mothers to eat this. But sometimes, in life, your desire is not strong enough to keep something in the world. Chains discontinue items, even though we don't want them to. Even though we cry and plead and start Facebook pages dedicated to their resurrection.
History's Mysteries: 9 Great Archaeology Puzzles
From lost people and places to mysterious objects, unexplained buildings and strange sculptures, our own history is itself a world of mystery. Archaeologist and explorer Harrison Ford plummed the mysteries of the past in the 1981 film, "Raiders of the Lost Ark." Many intriguing archaeology puzzles remain unsolved.
6 Rules To De-Stress Your Weekends
Come Friday, you're ready to relax and recharge -- but too many of us sabotage our weekends by cramming in a month of chores or going zombie in front of the TV. Either way, the weekend is a bust. If you want to feel truly refreshed by Monday morning, take to heart the findings of a study showing that in addition to eating, relaxing, and sex, women enjoy themselves most when they're socializing, engaging in spiritual activities, and exercising. To make the most of your weekend, be sure to pencil in one activity from each category, and let the rules work for you.
4 Natural Remedies for Cold Sores
Nothing can make you feel more untouchable than a cold sore. The herpes simplex type 1 virus, which affects just over half the U.S. population, can flare up at the most inopportune time in the most inopportune place—your face—practically screaming "I'M SICK!" The good news? Researchers are discovering that natural cold sore remedies can make those unsightly blemishes disappear before you can say "herpes simplex type 1" (almost).
12 Lance Armstrong Quotes to Know
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has not only spent years vehemently denying using banned performance-enhancing drugs; he also has viciously attacked those who told what they knew about doping in the sport and implicated him in the process. In what could now be seen as supreme hypocrisy -- or a new definition of "chutzpah" -- Armstrong even sued agencies that accused him of doping -- in some cases accusing those agencies of libel.
Top 10 Ways to Rock Your Resume
Whether you're looking for a new job or just pruning up your paperwork, one of the keys to nabbing the job you want is creating a successful resumé. Here are our top 10 ways to make sure yours stands out.
8 Illegal Interview Questions To Avoid
It's common knowledge that future employers can't broach personal topics in job interviews, but the line between acceptable and illegal interview questions is oftentimes fuzzy. The federal government prohibits employers from making hiring decisions on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, sex, disability, veteran status, national origin, age, political affiliation and genetic information -- meaning that those questions are automatically off the table for employers. Such topics as sexual orientation, gender identity and criminal background information come with different rules, depending on the state. Employers who aren't trained in correct interview procedures frequently cross the line without knowing it, say the experts.