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Financial Flops of The Silver Screen (Infographie)

Financial Flops of The Silver Screen

 

Creating a big, expensive epic that flops at the box office has got to be embarrassing. Depending on how bad the movie is and how badly it flops, it can destroy careers…

Do the biggest box office failures lose a few million? Ten million? More? Much more.

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Billionaires’ Favorite Politicians

 

The billionaires on the Forbes 400 list have given more than $30 million to politicians and political action committees since 2006, along with millions more in soft money to politically active groups. Although Forbes 400 members give about 15% more money to Republicans than Democrats, they fund groups across the political spectrum.

via www.forbes.com
(click above link to see an interactive graphics)

100:One Hundred Years of Government Versus Economy

 

John Palmer has a look at the past 100 years of government and economic indicators:

Download pdf: 100.pdf
Source: www.johnwpalmer.com

What Companies Are Giving the Most Money to Political Candidates

Every two years, good.is look at the candidates who have raised the most money while trying to represent us. In this year’s midterms, the representatives from each party are Charles Schumer (D-NY)—who is a shoo-in to keep his seat and has raised the most money of any Democrat—and Marco Rubio (R-FL) who is running against an independent former governor as well as a Democrat, and leading handily. This is what they would look like if they were forced to campaign in suits that made it clear to the world who their sponsors were, just like NASCAR drivers.

via awesome.good.is

Which Actors Have Died the Most?

 

Here Lies 15 of Hollywood’s Most Killed Stars. Robert De Niro has died in 14 films which include: Bloody Mama, Bang the Drum Slowly, Mean Streets, Brazil, The Mission, Cape Fear, This Boy’s Life, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein , Heat, The Fan, Jackie Brown, Great Expectations, 15 Minutes and Hide & Seek.

via www.chacha.com

 

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