Life is luck , make it............. Life is life , fight for it


November 30, 2008

November 29, 2008

another lucky couple

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another lucky man

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lucky man

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Pac-man seats


This was designed by an Italian company called QAYOT, who decided to risk the copyright laws just to bring some class to gaming accessories. That or they just happened to somehow think up a design that just happened to look like Pac-man. Not only are these cool and gamer friendly, but with all the extra little squares these would be great for anyone who has a lot of company over. Small seats like this could easily be shoved closer to the TV for a bit of gaming.

من اجمل قصائد نزار قباني


قالت لهُ..
أتحبني وأنا ضريرة...
وفي الدُّنيا بناتُ كثيرة...
الحلوةُ و الجميلةُ و المثيرة...
ما أنت إلا بمجنون...
أو مشفقٌ على عمياء العيون...

قالَ...
بل أنا عاشقٌ يا حلوتي...
ولا أتمنى من دنيتي...
إلا أن تصيري زوجتي...
وقد رزقني الله المال...
وما أظنُّ الشفاء مٌحال...

قالت...
إن أعدتّ إليّ بصري...
سأرضى بكَ يا قدري...
وسأقضي معك عمري...
لكن..
من يعطيني عينيه...
وأيُّ ليلِ يبقى لديه...

وفي يومٍ جاءها مُسرِعا...
أبشري قد وجدّتُ المُتبرِّعا...
وستبصرين ما خلق اللهُ وأبدعا...
وستوفين بوعدكِ لي...
وتكونين زوجةً لي...
ويوم فتحت أعيُنها...
كان واقفاَ يمسُك يدها...
رأتهُ...
فدوت صرختُها...
أأنت أيضاً أعمى؟!!...
وبكت حظها الشُؤمَ...

لا تحزني يا حبيبتي...
ستكونين عيوني ودليلتي...
فمتى تصيرين زوجتي...
قالت...
أأنا أتزوّجُ ضريرا...
وقد أصبحتُ اليومَ بصيرا...

فبكى...
وقال سامحيني...
من أنا لتتزوّجيني...
ولكن...
قبل أن تترُكيني...
أريدُ منكِ أن تعديني...
أن تعتني جيداً بعيوني...

November 26, 2008

Strangest Camouflage





Insects typically do not stand out.What is perhaps strangest about this species is where they are turning up; the majority of pink katydid images are attributed to the most untropical places such as Osaka and the American Midwest. Speculation is that their unusual color is caused by the genetic condition erythrism, which denotes an unusual red pigmentation.Though remarkably pretty and startling, one must wonder just what purpose this color scheme serves. It’s certainly not the best camouflage, not in the places they are being found, so must surely result in untimely death more often than not. It also makes them seem less threatening, unless their sparring partners have a penchant for pink.

straight up chess



you do not need a table to paly chess anymore.

November 25, 2008

great photo


"One of the best steam locations remaining in the world is the Jalainur opencast mine close to the Russian border in the Mongolian Autonomous Region of China."

1,25 مليون درهم


اضغط على الصورة للتكبير

freak art







November 24, 2008

can u answer this question?

SHOULD WE KILL HEALTHY PEOPLE FOR THEIR ORGANS?
Suppose Bill is a healthy man without family or loved ones. Would it be ok painlessly to kill him if his organs would save five people, one of whom needs a heart, another a kidney, and so on? If not, why not?
Consider another case: you and six others are kidnapped, and the kidnapper somehow persuades you that if you shoot dead one of the other hostages, he will set the remaining five free, whereas if you do not, he will shoot all six. (Either way, he'll release you.)
If in this case you should kill one to save five, why not in the previous, organs case? If in this case too you have qualms, consider yet another: you're in the cab of a runaway tram and see five people tied to the track ahead. You have the option of sending the tram on to the track forking off to the left, on which only one person is tied. Surely you should send the tram left, killing one to save five.
But then why not kill Bill?

frog that ate too much


tattoo for a pig? why??




gossip


relaxing


Whitney houston







smily frog


lazy cat

November 20, 2008

gloves, with missing thumb and index fingertips





Etre Touchy gloves give you the best of both worlds: They give you the warmth and dryness of a normal pair of gloves combined with the touch-screen / electronic device compatibility of fingerless gloves.
You can buy them for $23.45 .

unique royal album photos for The Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip


The Queen poses on a tropical beach wearing flares and a floral print silk blouse, while in the background the Royal Yacht Britannia lies at anchor.

Take a seat: Prince Philip (centre with blonde hair) and friends have a laugh with this conga-style sitting game

November 19, 2008

نجل ملك البحرين يقاضي مايكل جاكسون


تبدأ المحكمة العليا في لندن، الاثنين 17-11-2008،النظر في الدعوى التي أقامها الشيخ عبدالله آل خليفة، نجل ملك البحرين، بحق النجم الامريكي مايكل جاكسون، بسبب عدم التزام أسطورة البوب بنصوص عقد فني كان أبرمه مع الشيخ وحصل بمقتضاه على 4.3 مليون جنيه استرليني (حوالي 6.3 مليون دولار
قالت شبكة فوكس نيوز الاميركية ان شيخا بحرينيا اقام دعوى ضد المغني الاميركي الشهير مايكل جاكسون الذي يعرف بملك البوب بدعوى عدم الالتزام بالاتفاقيات التي وقعها الطرفان وكان من نتائجها قيام البحرين باستضافة المغني العالمي بعد انتهاء مشاكله مع القضاء الاميركي
الشيخ البحريني هو الشيخ عبد الله بن حمد ال خليفة نجل جلالة ملك البحرين الذي قام باستضافة المغني العالمي في البحرين بعد ان انتهى المغني من قضية التحرش الجنسي باحد الاطفال والتي اتهم بها خلال النصف الاول من العقد الجاري وذلك في عام 2005 كما قام بتقديم دعوى مجانية لاستضافة اصدقاء (جاكو) ليقوموا بقضاء فترة عيد الميلاد (الكريسماس) مع صديقهم في مقابل اصدار البوم واطلاق شركة تسجيلات موسيقية مع مايكل وهو ما وافق عليه جاكسون وتم توقيع الاتفاقيات التي لم يلتزم بها جاكسون بموجبها بهذا الاتفاق ومن ثم لم يقم باي عمل او تسجيل لصالح الشيخ البحريني
ويطالب الشيخ عبد الله المغني الاميركي بضرورة ان بالالتزام ببنود العقد القاضية بتسجيل البوم وتأسيس الشركة من اجل ان يقوم الشيخ بجني كعائدات انتظرها منذ عام 2005 وفق تعبير موقع فوكس نيوز على الانترنت.وقد توقف مايكل جاكسون عن تقديم الالبومات او اقامة
حفلات منذ فترة طويلة رغم تصريحه اكثر من مرة انه يقوم بتسجيل البوم جديد الا انه لم يرد أي دليل على صدق هذا الكلام
An Arab sheikh who spent a fortune on a project he thought would revive Michael Jackson's career felt "a strong sense of personal betrayal" when the pop superstar walked out on the deal, a court heard today.
Sheikh Abdulla bin Hamad Al Khalifa, second son of the King of Bahrain, is now suing Jackson for £4.7 million in the High Court in London to get back what he says he spent on the star.

organ transplant grown from own stem cells





A mother of two has become the first person in the world to undergo a whole organ transplant grown from her own stem cells. The breakthrough is thanks to the pioneering work of British scientists, who are hailing a new dawn in transplant surgery which they believe could revolutionise the lives of millions.
They have won an international race to be the first to use adult stem cells to grow an entire organ and implant it successfully. The revolutionary operation was carried out in Barcelona on Miss Castillo’s windpipe, or trachea. Scientists say up to 300 British people whose windpipes become blocked after cancer or infection could benefit every year.
Scientists hope that within 20 years all organs – including heart, liver and lung – could be grown in the lab, helping millions.


the hospital restaurant





An unusual restaurant recently opened in Riga, the capital city of Latvia. It’s themed as a hospital, with waiters and bartenders dressed as nurses and doctors. The tables look just like hospital operating tables, made out of stainless steel with wheel chairs or dentist chairs to sit in. The usual forks and knives have been replaced with scalpels, syringes and other medical tools, while the drinks are served in vials and medical bottles. Even the bathrooms have that crepy hospital feel.

Meh. a new english word


Meh" - the expression people use when they're feeling bored or indifferent has earned a place in the Collins English Dictionary.Publisher HarperCollins said the word had been chosen from terms suggested by the public for inclusion in its 30th anniversary edition, published next year.Head of content at Collins Dictionaries, Cormac McKeown, said the origins of "meh" were murkey, but gained popularity after used in a 2001 episode of The Simpsons where Homer asked Bart and Lisa if they wanted to go on a day trip. "They both just reply 'meh' and keep watching TV," Mr McKeown said. The dictionary defines "meh" as an expression of indifference or boredom, or an adjective meaning mediocre or boring. The dictionary's compilers said the word originated in the US, spread through the internet and was now entering British spoken English.

Puppy's miracle escape


A miracle puppy clung to a speeding car for more than 15 miles after being knocked down. The motorist, Marco Menozzi, didn't even stop when he mowed down the one-year-old pooch while doing 70mph on a side road in Cozze, southern Italy.But he hit the dog so hard he was embedded in the grill under the bonnet of the Peugeot 207 and managed to cling on until the car eventually stopped."He's a very lucky boy. He was saved because he was hit so hard. Any softer and he would have bounced off the car and been crushed under the wheels," said a police spokesman.Vets have treated the stray for a broken leg and bruising and he's now in a police pound looking for new owner.

Space solar power


Our planet needs more and more energy as years pass, and the idea that this energy could come from outer space is getting heard stronger and more often with each passing day. John Mankins, president of the Space Power Association made a technical demonstration which led to the idea that this project could actually become practical.

“James” The clever plate



The designed duo formed by Andrea Grossfuss and Olaf Kiessling fromjames by Sternform presented clever and fresh solutions for everyday life. James is a handy plate, that takes the food in the inner area and holds all glasses with a handle within its special hollow.

November 17, 2008

toilet paper


Excavator Tower Climbing Stunt

analia segal at the dpm gallery, ecuador

analia segal
at: dpm gallery, ecuador
from: november 19 to december 19, 2008

argentinean artist analia segal winner of designboom's 100% tiles competition in 2004, is currently holding her first solo exhibition at the dpm gallery, ecuador. with all her work segal creates objects and interiors that are often taken for granted and transforms them into art. featured in the exhibition are blinds, wallpaper, tiles and doormats that blur the line between architecture and art.

carbon nanotube structures


Images of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama, each made with approximately 150 million tiny carbon nanotubes, are photographed using an electron microscope by University of Michigan Mechanical Engineering Department in this image released to Reuters November 10, 2008. The image, based on an original drawing by Shepard Fairey, is just wider than 500 microns and is made of approximately 150 million tiny carbon nanotubes, which is about the number of Americans who voted on November 4, according to John Hart at University of Michigan.

art, 'Second lives'


A chandelier made out of recycled eyeglasses by Stuart Haygarth.
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“Second Lives: Remixing the Ordinary”, where over 50 artists and designers “transform the ordinary into extraordinary works of art.”As the title of the show explains, ordinary items like used record covers, plastic spoons & forks and phone books are given another life by these extremely creative artists

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