World’s Most Generous Boss?

An Australian boss has stunned his staff by giving them a staggering A $15 million in bonuses as a thank you for their service. Ken Grenda and his sons gave the cash rewards to almost 2,000 staff after the sale of their 66-year-old Melbourne-based bus company Grenada Corp. Some employees were so shocked by the gesture that they called their banks to ask if there had been a mistake in their statements. The bonuses, averaging a $8,500, were based on the length of service. Some workers received a $30,000 to a $100,000 each. The Grenda family racked in a $400m after the selling the company to Ventura, another transport company last year.” w/ photos

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Extreme City Climbing

“That’s what happens when you don’t have video games… you LIVE LIFE!” — planchik

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Top 10 Movie Characters Who Suffer From Split Personality

“Our minds allow us to interpret what we perceive externally, yet there is still so much left unexplained about the mind itself. If it is true we only use a fraction of our total brain capacity, what exactly is left untapped? While a lot is yet to be uncovered, we already have a pretty impressive list of the mind’s abilities and defects. And there are a lot of defects. One in particular, regardless of how uncommon it is in actuality, comes up time and again in film. It is dissociative identity disorder, also known as multiple (or split) personality disorder. Here are ten film characters who suffer from the very disorder, often for our amusement.” w/ photos + videos

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