Police officers in this country are expected to have professionalism and to uphold the law. When these brave officers are off duty, who knows that they can be up to. This woman was caught living a life outside of her job that does not reflect the moral image that a police officer should have. In the end, her exposure had resulted in her life and career becoming even better.
Officer Samantha Sepulveda
Officer Samantha Sepulveda is a officer by day and an underwear model by night. She became a national sensation when the New York Post revealed that this glamor model was also a full-time police officer. It was not easy for her in either career, but she had overcome her struggles to become the successful and independent woman that she now is.
Long gone are the days of nerdy men in glasses announcing changes in climate or today’s high and low temperatures on TV. The advent of outlets such as the Weather Channel and online meteorological offerings has provided us with a better looking crop of weather girls.
This list of 20 of the most beautiful weather girls on television are sure to raise the median temperature in your climate zone. Turn up the heat, get a cold drink and watch your temperature rise with these weather girls.
Bri Winkler is a former TV weather personality and meteorologist appearing on KABC-TV in Los Angeles and on Good Morning America. Born in 1988, she is a graduate of Miami University holding a bachelor in Marine and Atmospheric Science.
Bri recently announced her departure as a member of KABC-TV’s Eyewitness News weather team in pursuit of her Masters in Environmental Science.
The introduction of military tanks markedly changed the way humans wage war. Their sheer mass is psychologically intimidating, almost as if they tap into our primal fears of immense predatory animals. In addition, they are clearly designed to for human slaughter while protecting those inflicting the harm. It’s no wonder images of tanks seem haunting. Here are unforgettable images of abandoned war tanks that evoke all the pathos of viewing war machines plus the futility of their dereliction.
1. Kharkov Soviet Tank Graveyard, Ukraine
This massive, heavily guarded tank graveyard in the Ukraine contains a sea of discarded Soviet tanks, many manufactured over fifty years ago. This location was previously a busy tank repair facility, but with newer, more technologically advanced models coming in, these older versions silently decay.
Everyone knows about Air Force One. It’s the ultra-secure, high-tech air craft that the President of the United States uses to move around the world on official government business. Almost no one, however, has heard of its shadowy twin. The Doomsday plane follows Air Force One everywhere it flies. But what is it doing, and what is its purpose?
Puppy mills raise dogs for cash and often house them in deplorable conditions prior to sale. This Chihuahua couldn’t open her eyes because she spent her early life in darkness and fear. Find out more about this adorable pup who got a second chance. Hemp lived in the tiny cage and didn’t know what it was like to be coddled and loved as she deserved.
Different reports and sightings have been published in newspapers and online bookstores about findings and mysterious objects and perhaps even life evidenced on the moon. One tends to itch for a bit so as to create a mental image on how such mysteries came to be and whether or not what is said is true or sheer lies. Perhaps we have watched documentaries of astronauts who landed on the moon successfully and took photos using moon rovers showing strange objects that leave one aching for facts.
Described below are strange things sited on the moon:
Once in a while, we experience tremors/quakes on earth which could seem rather unlikely to occur on the moon given that it’s far away and gravitational pull on earth and the moon are obscenely different. The moonquakes could be caused by meteorite impacts or by the intensity of the suns heat. These quakes on the moon according to NASA create an extraordinary effect that makes the moon ring like a bell.
As many pregnant women are all too aware, being pregnant is not easy. You don’t need to tell this South African rhino twice about how crap it can get, given the situation that she was put through when three lions took advantage of her situation.
When you’re pregnant, you’re living for two, which means that you have to take chances. Unfortunately for this mom-to-be, one chance taken put her in the thick of things as she falls into the body of water and has to escape.
Like all newlyweds, Mary and John had big plans for the future…
They were lovers who had decided to spend the rest of their lives together. However, their big dreams were almost dashed one day when John was involved in a major motorcycle accident. Mary never left his side. She refused to let him go even when doctors told her there was no hope. Check out these slides of a couple that defied all odds and read this heartwarming story of love.
1. In Difficulty And In Happiness
Mary and John had only been married for a year when her husband was involved in an accident. Soon after, doctors told her to turn off the life support system for her husband. However, Mary was determined not to give up. When he did wake up, it was more amazing than anybody could have ever imagined.
The Civil War makes a turning point in history for many reasons. One such reason is that it was the first time photographs were widely used to document the horrors of war. Here are some of the most fascinating:
1. Sudley Springs
This photo shows the first major land battle at the very start of the Civil War. The land battle was an important start to the war.
Fierceness in a woman is not limited to her political party or the era that she lives in. Read on to find about 15 of the fiercest women across the political spectrum and history:
1 Hillary Clinton: First first lady to earn a graduate degree, to be elected to a national office, to be subpoenaed, and to run for president. This former Republican was a Democratic senator at the same time her husband was president. She also served as secretary of state.