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Rent Liechtenstein For £40,000

16 Apr

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Vaduz Castle, Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein: Dinner overlooking Vaduz Castle is included in the price. Image via Wikipedia

The Principality of Liechtenstein is up for rent and according to the Daily Mail, the temporary owner will get treated to this:

  • A symbolic key to the country presented in a ceremony at the state parliament.
  • Have the run of the land and use of the country’s police.
  • Wine-tasting from the Prince of Liechtenstein’s personal wine-cellar, skiing and a lavish dinner overlooking Vaduz Castle.

Price for the whole country: £40,000 a night.

Weekend Virals

16 Apr

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Covel: Attacking Poker Is Ridiculous

16 Apr

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Related to the U.S. Government Moves To Shut Down World’s Biggest Online Poker Companies.

Watch the video on YouTube here or by clicking on the image:

«An excerpt from the film Broke: The New American Dream outlining the issues with poker, trading and regulation. Featuring Full Tilt Poker’s Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson.»

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