Friday, August 19, 2011

No Time To Explain Pictures

No time to explain. Everything's in a rush. Take a look....

101 Uses For WD-40

WD-40 is the all purpose spray so remember what they say, you only need two things to do any job. Duct tape and WD-40. If it turns and it’s not supposed to, use duct tape. If it doesn’t turn and it’s supposed to, use WD-40.

Top 10 Most Friendliest Countries

1. Ireland
Centuries of turmoil, conquest, famine and subsequent immigration have certainly taken their toll on the Irish: it’s left them with a deliciously dark sense of humour and a welcoming attitude towards strangers. That famous ability of the Irish to find craic (fun times) in boom or bust times means you’re always in for a treat.

How To Dispose of a Million Dollar Yacht

In an attempt to flash his money around and makes feel even worse, an Arab sheik bought a yacht and had it destroyed. The ship worth about one million dollars on the reef of the Bahamas islands was destroyed with the help of an excavator. Naturally, the remains were taken to a landfill and the million disappeared as fast as it was made.

Here are some shots from the wrecking process.

Lexus Meet Wet Concrete

As a lawyer she should have been used to getting out of sticky situations. But when this woman driver attempted to do a U-turn on a street full of roadworks in Houston, Texas, yesterday, there was no way out.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

7 Cars That Women Think are Ugly

When a woman looks for a car there is very little on her checklist. Aesthetically it has to look good, start every time, be fuel efficient, easy to park, have child proof locks, an air bag or two, a great color and really easy to maneuver. Stopping and starting have to be a pleasure. As for speed, the inner bits and all that other nonsense, women just don’t care about it. So you think you drive a hot car, do you? Here’s why women think your car’s ugly!

The Headington Shark

The Headington Shark is a sculpture situated at 2 New High Street, Headington, Oxford, England, depicting a shark embedded head-first in the roof of the house.

Your "Check Engine" Light On?

Your car has a computer that controls the amount of fuel added to the engine to maintain an optimal air fuel mixture, adjusts the the ignition timing for the best performance, and monitors emission control devices to make sure they are working properly. If the computer knows of a problem, it needs to alert you, so you bring the car in for service. This is the role of the check engine light.

Remarkable High Speed Photos

Technology brings to us many great things. One of those things is recording motions with high speed cameras, which can record even 20,000 frames per second. Enjoy this great high speed photo gallery.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Top 5 Deadliest Forces of the World

5. Kopassus

Formed in 1952, the Indonesian Army’s feared special forces group quickly established a bad name for themselves by spearheading government military campaigns.

Famous ops: In 1981, an Islamic extremist group hijacked Garuda Flight 206. After the aircraft landed, Kopassus commando executed a fast-paced operation, killing three hijackers and freeing 50 passengers.

Largest Sperm Whale Fossil Skull Found – Leviathan Melvillei

A whale eating other whales. It seems weird but the skull of a huge sperm whale recently found off the coast of Peru confirms it. A giant fossil sperm whale skull about 13 million years old and measuring about 10 feet long was found. And yes we are talking only about its head right now.

Toyota In US To Shutdown

Toyota Says US Manufacturing Plant Prepares To Shutdown

According to a Toyota spokesman, Toyota’s U.S. manufacturing arm is in a way for a possible shutdown as there is shortage of parts from Japan. Meanwhile in Japan Toyota and Nissan announced resumed production of some hybrid and electric car, but according to Honda it is extending its shutdown of factory there.

Monday, August 15, 2011

More Parking Fails

How not to park your car - it happened in Southern China; the driver lost control of his car.

Parking Fails

Here we have a selection of drivers who had mastered the art of parking their cars... or so it seems....

Apa Erti Merdeka?

Apakah erti merdeka dan kemerdekaan kepada anda? Adakah memadai dengan mengibarkan Jalur Gemilang dan melaungkan "Merdeka!" sudah bererti kemerdekaan telah tercapai? Atau hanya jasad yang telah merdeka, sedangkan hati dan minda masih dijajahi dengan pemikiran yang telah disogokkan oleh penjajah sebelum ini?

Lihatlah gambar-gambar berikut dan tanyalah kepada diri anda, adakah mereka ini golongan mereka yang telah merdeka sebenar-benarnya?

WAR by Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry (born April 23, 1950) is an American photojournalist best known for his photograph, "Afghan Girl" that originally appeared in National Geographic magazine. McCurry began studying film history cinematography and filmmaking at Penn State in 1968, but ended up getting a degree in theater arts and graduating cum laude in 1974. He became very interested in photography when he started taking pictures for the Penn State newspaper called The Daily Collegian.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Top 10 Cars With Longest Waiting Lists

Well if you like exotic cars, then you are gonna love these, except for the long waiting time to get your hands on them, of course. With the cheapest car costing $98,000 and the shortest wait of at least one year, here is a list of cars that will blow your mind away.

No 10. Tesla Roadster
Cost: $98,000
Wait time: One year
This car does a 0-60 mph in just 4 seconds and believe it or not its 100 percent electric!

10 Most Outrageous Military Experiments

We suspect that every military has a secret room full of stoned dudes who stare at the ceiling and just dream up shit to build. In support of our “secret room full of stoned dudes” theory, we offer the following actual military projects that stretch the limits of the non-stoned imagination:

10-Seeing Infrared

The U.S. Navy wanted to boost sailors’ night vision so they could spot infrared signal lights during World War II. However, infrared wavelengths are normally beyond the sensitivity of human eyes. Scientists knew vitamin A contained part of a specialized light-sensitive molecule in the eye’s receptors, and wondered if an alternate form of vitamin A could promote different light sensitivity in the eye. They fed volunteers supplements made from the livers of walleyed pikes, and the volunteers’ vision began changing over several months to extend into the infrared region. Such early success went down the drain after other researchers developed an electronic snooperscope to see infrared, and the human study was abandoned. Other nations also played with vitamin A during World War II – Japan fed its pilots a preparation that boosted vitamin A absorption, and saw their night vision improve by 100 percent in some cases.

Never Follow An Elephant Very Closely

Ever had the dream to go to Africa and watch nature in action? If you have, then this would be a very good tip fоr аll оf you whо аre gоing tо dо it оne dаy.
The golden rule: Never follow an elephant very closely...

Loneliest Penguin In The World

The loneliest penguin in the world: 'Lost' Emperor swims on to beach in New Zealand after 4,000-mile wrong turn
By Richard Shears
Last updated at 10:06 PM on 21st June 2011

A long way from home: An Emperor Penguin waddles along Peka Peka beach in New Zealand after becoming lost while swimming in the Southern Ocean

Somewhere along the way, as it swam through the icy waters of Antarctica, a young emperor penguin took a wrong turn - and ended up in New Zealand.The black and white bird came ashore on a beach in the south of the North Island nearly 4,000 miles away from its usual habitat.

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