January 2, 2009

2 Creative Staircase - Awesome!!!

0 The Boy (We) And The Apple Tree (Our Parent) - Really Touching Story

0 Upskirt Station - The Japanese Have No Limits

0 Buzkashi

I first saw this Buzkashi game in Rambo 3. Quit an intense sport.

Buzkashi is a traditional Central Asian team sport played on horseback.

Buzkashi is a traditional Central Asian team sport played on horseback.

When one of two teams wins the carcass, the horseman must attempt to throw it into a scoring circle or across a goal line.

Even though it is known as a popular Afghan sport, Buzkashi began as a sport of the steppes' people, who come from flat arid landscapes such as those found in Mongolia.

Competition is typically fierce, players may use any trick to prevent their opponents from scoring. Riders wear heavy clothing and headgear to protect themselves against the whips and boots of other players.

Games can often last for several days, with the winning team receiving a prize.

Buzkashi is often compared to polo as both games are played on horseback and can feature aggressive tactics.

There is a notable difference between the two, however: one game is played with a ball and the other is played with a dead animal.

December 31, 2008

0 US President's Vehicles

President Truman in the Lincoln made for President Roosevelt

President Eisenhower in 1953 Eldorado

1950 Lincoln with first bubble top - Eisenhower’s idea

1961 Continental X100 - Kennedy was shot in this vehicle

Obama’s upgrade to Bush’s Cadillac

0 Gaza : My Humble Opinions

1. What is the Israel stand regarding the issue:

Israel vowed yesterday to sweep Hamas from power in Gaza, pledging "all-out" war and promising to smash every building linked to the Islamist movement. "The goal of the operation is to topple Hamas," Haim Ramon, the deputy to Ehud Olmert, the Prime Minister, said. It was the first time since it launched its blistering offensive that Israel has openly stated that regime change is its ultimate goal. "We will stop firing immediately if someone takes the responsibility of this government, anyone but Hamas," Ramon said. "We are favourable to any other government to take the place of Hamas."

Except the next Palestine government practice the secular government like Turkey under Mustapha Kamal Altartuk, we cannot expect anything from the Jewish.

2. If you want to count it on Obama, read this:

“If somebody was sending rockets into my house where my two daughters sleep at night, I’m going to do everything in my power to stop that,” Mr. Obama said in July. “And I would expect Israelis to do the same thing.”

He will not change anything!!!

3. What Islamic Supreme Leader said:

In Iran, a hardline student group started recruiting volunteers to fight Israel after the country's supreme religious leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said that anyone who died in the defence of Gaza would be deemed a martyr.

May Allah be with you.

4. What my Mentor said:

The world should also condemn the United States. The planes and the bombs are all made in America. If they are lost the US will replace them. And the US will finance Israel so as to continue its bestiality.

I wonder why I didn’t heard any pin drop from the Malaysian Prime Minister and Chief Opposition Leader!

5. What is the action from UN Security Council?

After four hours of talk’s discussions, the council released a statement saying: "The members of the Security Council expressed serious concern at the escalation of the situation in Gaza and called for an immediate halt to all violence. "The members called on the parties to stop immediately all military activities." The statement also called on all parties to address "the serious humanitarian and economic needs in Gaza."

As usual, talk, talk, talk and talk. No action was done. Do we really need them?

6. What is the OIC action?

OIC will do an emergency meeting this coming Saturday.

What a prompt action they have taken. After days of Palestinians suffering, they only meet and chit chats. No wonder they are call OIC (Ohh I see …). Do somebody have the contact with the Israelis army? I want them to bomb these bastards.

0 Confusing Signage For Travellers

"The sign was on the 26th floor and I did check that the lift was there."Photo location: Sao Paulo, Brazil.

"The sign points the way up to the mountain cable car, and is optimistic on both counts." Photo location: Miyajima Island, Japan.

These are the rules for the market traders in Fengdu, including this wise piece of advice: "No terrifying visitors to consume". Photo location: Fengdu, China.

A bizarrely polite sign in the Forbidden City. Photo location: Forbidden City, Beijing, China.

Confusing advice for thirsty visitors, spotted outside the church at Tyneham in Dorset. Photo location: Tyneham, Dorset.

Another confusing sign from China, although what it is asking is unclear ... Photo location: Shanghai Metro, China.

... and what exactly should people discard in this bin? Photo location: China.

An interesting juxtaposition of signs in this British chemist. Photo location: Stevenage.

Men, take note: please make sure you are using the correct lady. Photo Location: Kisumu, Kenya.

Your leg is missing ... surprise! Photo Location: Key Largo, Florida.

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