Canadian actor Leslie Nielsen has died in hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where he was being treated for pneumonia the past two weeks, according to reports.
The star of popular comedies as “Airplane!” and the “Naked Gun” series passed away Sunday, according to reports attributed to his nephew Doug Nielsen.
Yesterday at 5:30 with his friends and his wife by his side, he just fell asleep and passed away, Doug Nielsen told Manitoba radio station CJOB.
Born on Feb. 11, 1926, in Regina, Sask., Leslie William Nielson has appeared in more than 100 movies and 1,500 television programs.
His older brother, Eric Nielson, who died in 2008, was deputy prime minister of Canada in the 1980s.
We’ve made a video slideshow about Leslie Nielsen titled “Forever Leslie Nielsen“, let’s look back his career life through some photos:
Leslie Nielsen, R.I.P.
Black Friday is often held as an example of American consumerism at it’s worse. Some people think it points to a systemic economic and moralistic flaw in our society. Still others say it promotes greediness over sharing and represents the exact opposite of what Christmas is really supposed to be about.
I just find the crowds and traffic annoying and a way to get awesome deals online instead of leaving the house.
No matter what you think of Black Friday, it’s always funny to see photos of crazed shoppers literally hunting for a bargain and that’s what I have for you today: Top 10 Crazy Black Friday Photos
With these photos, we have made a slideshow and a video slideshow, enjoy!
To promote the World Cup, ESPN have recently released their brilliant advertising campaign for this summer’s World Cup 2010 in the form of creatively designed artistic posters. 33 in total, all 32 nations are represented with the South Africa World Cup poster to highlight what’s to come.
Visit the official Facebook site to download each one of the posters as you anxiously await June, 11th.
We’ve made the PowerPoint presentation and the video with each nation’s poster (ordered alphabetically). Let’s taste the wonderfulness of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa in advance: