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Alligator Blood

Alligator Blood tells the spectacular rise and fall of the high-rolling whiz-kid who controlled online pokers billions. The newly released book tells the incredible story of Daniel Tzvetkoff, a 26-year-old Australian who set up an online payment service to disguise gambling revenues as legal payments. His website made him one of the richest people in Australia almost overnight, he struck deals with three major poker websites and in a matter of months Tzvetkoff was earning $3 million a week, but his playboy lifestyle was not to last and the FBI were on to him…

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HERB

Marijuana is becoming more and more accepted in modern culture, with many studies defending it offers countless therapeutic properties for both mental and physical ailments. Also rapidly growing is the culinary-cannabis movement, Herb: Mastering the Art of Cooking With Cannabis is a hardcover, 200+ page cookbook with hundreds of recipes, beautiful photography, detailed extraction methods, the science behind cannabis, medicating with cannabis, and much, much, more…...
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BEARD LOVER

This could be an original gift for the beard lover in your family. We picked two original books f, "A Beard Book" by Photographer Justin James Muir contains 86 stunning black and white shots of some of the gnarliest beards in America. "Beard" by photographer Matthew Rainwaters is a collection of portraits that features the bushiest, most stylish, and downright weirdest beards from around the world taken at the World Beard and Moustache Championships in Anchorage, Al...
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DARHI | CHARM HOTEL IN TUNISIA

The "DarHi" is a contemporary accommodation between guest house and charm hotel. Itīs located at the frontier of the desert in Nefta, south of Tunisia and is product of the imagination of designers Philippe Chapelet and Patrick Elouarghi. Itīs perfect for a city break, once you arrive you will have to take off your shoes and will be given local Tunisian slippers. Your journey will begin... via: designboom...
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