1. The Dalai Lama, religious leader.
Home country: Tibet.
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Le WhifWants to have a cigarette filled with caffeine? *no nicotine, just coffee*. Le Whif is a product by Harvard Professor; it is an inhalable product, which can be very helpful in situations like, all nighters, too much coffee already in your stomach, hangovers. Now you won’t have to wait in line for your coffee, no waiting for your machine to make coffee, no waiting for re-heating it in microwave, etc. Le Whif is a ‘lipstick’ style container, which you pull open, insert in your mouth and inhale. One dose is equivalent to 1 shot of espresso *100 mg of caffeine*
Life is full of the weird, the wonderful and the outrageous. People often overlook the fact that death can come in many forms. Here are a few of the strangest deaths that have occurred through the ages.
Born in 1622, the Fench actor and playwright Jean Baptiste Poquelin, better known by his stage name, Molière, was considered a giant of the comedy genre. Famed for his farces, Molière was a hero of the stage and, despite falling foul of certain religious groups, enjoyed immense popularity in his lifetime. (The King of France even agreed to be the godfather to his son!)
Unfortunately for him, he died the way he lived - being laughed at. The end came during a performance of his last play Le Malade Imaginaire, normally translated in English as The Hypchondriac.
Whilst he was treading the boards in the titular role, acting out to be someone pretending to be ill, he was struck by a very real fit of coughing and haemorrhaging and promptly died. Obviously, nobody moved to help him, putting the fit’s uncanny authenticity down to the craft of a master thespian, rather than pulmonary tuberculosis.
He's charged with the January shooting death of Brian Jones. Now he's having a little difficulty maintaining his courtroom decorum.