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Mimi Kirk – Looking good at 73 years old

Dec 14, 2011
Mimi Kirk – Looking good at 73 years old

Born in 1938, Mimi Kirk's youthful looks have shocked many people around the world... A mother to 4 beautiful children and with 7 grandchildren, she has won 'PETA's Sexiest Vegetarian over 50' award...

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Patrik Baboumian – Germany’s Strongest Man 2011

Aug 31, 2011
Patrik Baboumian – Germany’s Strongest Man 2011

Born in 1979, Patrik Baboumian is a psychology student. Born in Iran, he moved to Hattenhof, Germany together with his mother and grandmother when he was 7 years old...

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