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Pyramid Build Mystery Solved

Construction project manager Chris Massey gives a fascinating alternative theory of how the ancient Egyptians could have used a natural resource to their advantage to make pyramid building much easier.

On a vacation trip to Egypt he realized that there were problems with the percieved wisdom on how the pyramids, temples and tombs of the pharoahs were built. Where was the evidence of the huge ramp used to drag limestone blocks to the top? The same blocks, weighing tonnes, that were on wooden rollers and mud bricks manually transported across the searing hot desert sand? Watch now to find out his very possible solution of this very old mystery.

Finding a Good Butler

Learning to serve as a certified butler is both a skill and an art, and the world’s most elite butlers come from one place: The International Butler Academy in Simpelveld, Netherlands. Here, students spend 10 weeks in intensive training, living and working in a 135-room mansion where they learn everything from how to drive an armored car to napkin folding. Ready your coattails to find a good Butler. In the meanwhile, you can test your business and social etiquette skills HERE.

RE/MAX R4 2017 Conference Featured Speaker – Erik Weihenmayer, Professional Expeditioner & Motivational Speaker

Despite losing his vision at age 14, Erik Weihenmayer has never let his blindness interfere with his passion for pursuing an exhilarating life. He is an accomplished and unrivaled blind athlete who has climbed and scaled mountains, sky dive, paraglide, ski, adventure race, mountain bike race, and whitewater kayak. He was the first blind man to reach the summit of Mount Everest on May 25, 2001 and his accomplishments demonstrate that one does not have to have perfect eyesight to have extraordinary vision.

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RE/MAX R4 2017 Convention – Angeline Hale and Miss America 2017 Savvy Shields- RE/MAX Children’s Miracle Network Hospital

When she was only 4 years old, Angelica developed a bacterial infection in her lungs that would develop into double pneumonia and cause her to go septic, destroying her kidneys and ravaging her body. After the next year and a half of hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis and months of testing, it was discovered that Angelica’s mother was a perfect match for a kidney transplant. By September 13, 2013, Angelica had a new kidney!

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