December 19, 2008

0 2008 Natural Disaster

A huge tornado funnel cloud touches down in Orchard, Iowa, on June 10, at 9:04pm.

A boy stands by a village destroyed by Cyclone Nargis, south of Yangon, Burma, on May 12.

People seek refuge from flood waters in east Nepal on August 24. More than two million people were affected by flooding after a dam burst.

In this September 12 photo, a home burns on the beach on Galveston Island, Texas, as Hurricane Ik.

A photo taken on May 17 shows destroyed buildings in the earthquake-damaged town of Beichuan, Sichuan Province, China.

The Chaiten volcano in Chile erupts during storms in the middle of the night on May 3.

0 2008 Pets Award Of The Year

The award for 'best supporting horse in a royal walkabout' is this Lipica horse called Kanizo who looked surprised to see the Queen in Slovenia.

The prize for 'smallest animal that should be big' goes to this miniature pony who stands less than 15 inches high, from Ballan, near Melbourne.

The winner for 'best parrot in a silly role' goes to this skating parrot from Shenyang, China.

The 'two-headed animal' award category goes to this two-headed kitten born in Perth, Australia.

The award for 'cute and fluffy animal in a silly costume' category goes to this rabbit in a tartan dress from Japan.

The award for IT savvy goes to Jay Jay, who was demonstrating his computer skills at Madison Square Garden in New York.

The award for 'most bizarre cat' to Yoda the four-eared kitten from Chicago.

And last but not least, the surfing animal of the year has to be Tofu the incredible surfing rat.

1 Event Of The Year - Just Do It!

0 Bar Council Is Absolutely Genius

The "Ride Of Change" campaign organised by The Oppressed People's Network (Jerit) is part of the democratic process, say the Bar Council Vice President Ragunath Kesavan. "The freedom of expression and speech by the campaign participants is wholly consistent with the rights as enshrined in the Federal Constitution and is a basis tenet of any democratic society." Kesavan told a press conference at the Bar Council building here yesterday, adding that the police "have a duty to provide protection and safety for all participants."

I cannot agree more with you Kesavan. You and Bar Council is absolutely right! We have to start with a small illegal gathering. What is wrong of going for rally with whatever means of transport around the country? Nothing wrong, right? That will give publicity to our so call "Wakil Rakyat" to be "Jaguh Kampung". Just next time we should not elect him once more because he failed to bring the people grievence and grudge in a proper channel i.e. via parliament.

It is also true that police have a duty to provide protection and safety to the illegal protesters. What next? Maybe we can ask the police to protect the criminal when they are committing the crime! I'm also agree with them of using the children as a shield in the illegal rally. Why not? It is not a daughter or a son of Ragunath Kesavan or Micheal Jayakumar Devaraj, right? I wonder why they dare not use their immediate family and children in the rally?

We should create the habit of demostration everyday. We should use candle light, road and rally as of means of expressing our view and dissatisfaction. In the same time, we can also sing a National Anthem, holding hand in hand like a stupid idiot. Why not? We surely can take Thailand, our neighbour as a pecfect example, don't we? I wonder whether Bar Council want us to copycat Thailand as our role model; protesting on the street everyday, damaging public property or fighting with authority using weapon, and etc. That is really freedom of expression and speech right? We live in the democratic country right? I wonder where are these morons obtain their education from!!!

December 18, 2008

0 Pictures Of The Day

Remote Control Every Man Want

Towed

Learning English Is Easy

Drive In Restaurant

Store Hours

Perks Of Being Rich

Chinglish

Blonde & Computers

0 2008 Funnies Pictures Of The Year

A coach helps a young gymnast with flexibility exercises during gymnastics training at a sports training centre in Beijing, China, July 28.

Pope Benedict XVI's skull cap is blown away in a gust of wind prior to his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, May 24.

An unidentified artwork on display in Berlin's Potsdamer Platz square, April 14.

A man walks past a stop sign in Fatis, on the outskirts of the oasis town of Timimoun, south of Algiers, March 27.

A model presents the Japanese entry for an international lingerie design competition in Beijing, China, July 31. Japan won.

A herder feeds a buffalo its own milk before milking it on the outskirts of Amritsar, India.

0 Creative "Organ Donor Foundation" Campaign

December 17, 2008

0 Creative Advertisement Of The Day

The billboard has a real sundial whose shadow falls on a different breakfast item each hour until noon, when the arches fall on a sandwich, signaling lunchtime. Now isn’t that witty marketing?

0 Animal Bullies Of The Day





0 Please Don't Smoke At Home



0 Spectacular Pictures Of The Year

Fireworks light up the night sky during the opening ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, held at the National Stadium.

Fireworks at the opening of Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai.

A man and his camel walk past as the sun is blocked by the moon during a solar eclipse in Gaotai, Gansu province.

Firefighters work to extinguish a fire at Namdaemun, South Korea's 'No. 1 national treasure', in Seoul.

Former professional Swiss military pilot Yves Rossy, also known as Fusionman, flies in the sky like a rocketeer in the southern Swiss Alps near Bex.

Australian motorcyclist Cam Sinclair performs a double back flip into the harbour in Sydney.

The Wulihe Stadium is seen brought down during a controlled blasting in Shenyang in northeast China's Liaoning province.

A cargo plane which slid off the runway at the Brussels Zaventem airport. The plane broke in two, but there were no casualties.

December 16, 2008

0 Creative Creation - Lamp/Lamp

Lamp/Lamp is an interesting upcoming concept from 100%. Discover how it works below ...

As you can see in the image, it has two sides, one which connects to the power stream, and another to help create this weird illusion.

 

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