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Get rich! Print your own “sacred” image on toast

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Another viewpoint

Next time you are thinking Man is pretty important stuff and occupies a special place in the universe, remember this Cassini picture taken of Earth from near Saturn.

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THIS bank has tough standards. Not even God can get in.

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An author who changed his name to God for a book was dumped by his bank. Sheridan Simove, 35, had his HSBC account closed after changing his name by deed poll, reports The Sun.

The bachelor, of Wandsworth, South London, said: “At first they told me I needed two names to have an account – so I replied that I’d become Almighty God.”

HSBC said he must use his original name.

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Homesick, I guess.

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An escaped convict turned up at his old prison and asked to be let back in because he was missing his mates. Bulgarian thief Vassil Ivanov, 37, had been on the run since disappearing during an Easter break at home in 2005.

He said: “I couldn’t stand it any more. I had been inside for nine years and I just couldn’t get used to life on the outside again. I missed my pals here and I was miserable being a free man.”

Wardens at the Stara Zagora prison in Bulgaria immediately took Ivanov back into the prison where he will serve the remaining two years of his 11 year sentence, and is likely to serve extra time for escaping.

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More miracle pets from China

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dog.jpgA Chinese woman dresses up her pet dog in jeans and a t-shirt to welcome and attract customers to her leather goods shop in Suzhou city. The dog, wearing his distinctive outfit, sits on the front step of the leather goods shop in Suzhou city.”He is very polite. When a customer comes in, he will smile, and bark in welcome,” the owner told People’s Daily. “And when a customer is leaving, he will bow, expressing thanks.”

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