Tuesday, January 24, 2012

5 Strongest Alcoholic Drinks

by: John Scrovak

Have you ever walked into your local liquor store and wondered, without reading the labels of each and every bottle there, which is the strongest alcohol they sell? Which would let you get the most bang for your buck? Which to slip into your dates drink to ‘loosen her up?’ (By the way, don’t do that.)

10 Weirdest Fruits

List by: David Dietle

If you grew up American, like me, then your typical idea of “Tropical Fruit” was bananas and the occasional kiwi. When I was a kid, pineapples were something you rarely saw in a grocery store and mangos were something mentioned in movies or songs and I just assumed they didn’t exist for real and I just assumed Sesame Street and Don Ho were lying to me. The internet has effectively erased the borders when it comes to things like a country’s native foods, and the global distribution of goods has brought the weird to our neighborhood food dispensaries. Here are 10 bizarre fruits that people actually eat, that we otherwise never would have heard of.

Monday, January 23, 2012

Kids See Things Differently

If you are a parent, you have most likely smiled more than once while thinking about how your child views the world. I think it's safe to say that kids look at things a lot differently than us grown-ups. Jeff Wysaski knows all about how kids view things differently than adults. His adult vs. kid comparisons on Pleated Jeans really made me laugh. The difference is remarkable but I think it is quite true. It's amazing how seeing pictures like this can bring back so many memories.

Top 10 Invented Languages

by Charlotte Coville

Inventing a language from scratch might seem like an odd way to spend your time, but there are good reasons to do it. People create languages for scientific, cultural and artistic purposes: to test theories about how the brain works, to help people communicate, to ‘improve’ existing languages, or because they just need a new language for a book they’re writing. Here are some of the best examples of invented languages:

10. Solresol
Developed by Francois Sudre in the first half of the nineteenth century, Solresol is an example of an international auxiliary language: a planned, deliberately simplified language created in order to make worldwide communication easier. Solresol was the first such language to gain any recognition, but what really made it unique is its musical basis: it contains a total of only seven syllables, made up of the names of the musical scale (do re mi fa so la si).
This arrangement meant that words could be written in musical notation, and that the language could be communicated by singing. Syllables could be expressed in seven colors and easily ‘read’ by the illiterate. Unfortunately, Solresol never really took off, although some devoted fans remain today.

Weird College Majors

"You have a degree in that??"

Author: Brooke Windsor

Most people associate college or university with the pursuit of certain standards of academics and the attainment of prestigious degrees that aid their owners in getting special jobs or careers that they will love for a lifetime and have pretty decent starting salaries in comparison to someone who just finishes high school or secondary school but goes no further. However, with the growth in random areas of expertise and incredible amounts of detailed specialization in already established subject matter, several institutions of higher education have had to spread the base curriculum in order to allow their students to compete in a world of new areas of study and unique fields of interest. Even though they may not openly promote or publish these very different majors of study in their colleges or universities, degrees are still there for the taking for people who look closely enough. Do you think that higher education is limited to normal things like English, physics, or psychology? Perhaps it’s time to think again and take a look into all the new and weird offerings of college and university institutions.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Gun Accident Pictures

Any firearm is capable of causing an accident regardless of the type of guns. Many recorded incidents had caused various injuries; rifles and bolt action guns primarily caused injuries to the face and hands of the handlers whereas revolvers and most guns cause injuries to the hands of the handlers.

The causes of these accidents vary, either because of manufacturing defect (which is rather unusual, though not impossible in modern times), to improper handling, blockage of the barrel or inappropriate use of ammunition (which is now on the increase)
Another factor to consider is the “reload”. If the amount of powder is exceeded it could very easily lead to the barrel burst, while the amount below the limit would not provide enough power to push the projectile out of the barrel, leaving it stuck inside which would cause an accident when the second shot is made

Funny Door-Stops

On these images are shown the door-stops for all occasions. As you see many of them are very funny. You can also use your imagination and your creativity to design a “holder for doors” to prevent the door shutting in front of your face! If you have, why not share with us...

Another Case Of Gun Accident

Compare these two photos of the same type of rifle
Even if you are the most experienced user, remember that safety should always come first folks. Accidents happen very quickly and often have very bad results, results which may have been prevented in the first place. If you're not 100% sure of what you're doing, best get advice first. Don't take things for granted and never experiment unless you are sure of what you are doing – your life may depend on it!

When A Gun Misfires

It’s not often that you get to see what happens when a gun jams upon firing, and much less reported too. So everyone would start to think that a gun is a piece of perfect engineering with no chance of accidents. However when an accident do occur, everyone is going to take their time to identify the type of gun and try to figure out what happened, but how many of us are going to wonder about the pain that the shooter suffer? It's fortunate he did not lose his hand...

Strange Cases Of Demonic Possession

Author: Ben Dennison
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The phenomenon of demonic possession has persisted since the rise of modern Christianity. Sometimes passed off as mental or physical illness, the recognized traits of demonic possession include bizarre movements, changing voices, violent out bursts, speaking in tongues and others. When one is possessed by a demon it’s believed that the only way to remove the evil spirit is through the Catholic rites of exorcism. Below are four notable cases of demonic possession.

1. Anneliese Michel (1976)

Raised in a strict Catholic family, Anneliese was very devout in her faith. Her dedication went well above and beyond the norm; during winter time she slept on bare boards to make reparations for the sins of priests and drug addicts. So yeah, she was definitely on board with Catholicism. She also suffered from epileptic attacks starting when she was sixteen. It was almost as though God were punishing her despite her devotion.

Top 10 Soft Drinks

Nowaday’s soft drinks, energy drinks, juices, cocktails, sodas, flavored shakes and different beverages play a major role in our daily expenses. Sometimes alcoholic drinks come into consideration but it varies from country to country. You would be astonished to hear that every second 15,000+ beverages of different kind are sold throughout the globe. If we do our own analyses it would be very easy to realize that how much soft drink we take daily or weekly. Soda drinks are also very common these days. Quintillion’s of dollars are spent on these kinds of soft drinks all over the globe throughout the years.

10. Diet Mountain Dew
Mountain Dew was launched in 1964 and went on win over the hearts of almost all the youths the world over. Currently ranked at the 10th spot of the Top 10 Soft Drinks List, Diet Mountain Dew (which came out in 1988) is one of the 15 different versions of Mountain Dew and is notorious for having the most quantity of caffeine as compared to other diet sodas. It retains the same taste but leaves a strange taste in the mouth afterwards. Diet Mountain Dew has become a very popular fountain drink here in the USA with people of all ages.

Some Crazy Haircut In Football History

Football, soccer .... one of the world's famous games. Highlights of the stars in the field  made it into the front page of newspapers and magazines. Many players became celebrities by the display of their skills. But some made it thorugh other reasons, such as their hair-do:

Taribo West - It was terrible, West...

Marouane Fellaini - He's a cult-hairo at Goodison Park

Most Expensive Gadgets In The World

The rich have lots of money and they spend them to buy expensive things which would be their hobby and style. All over the world there are many luxurious and expensive things. Lets take a look at some of the most expensive gadgets that had caught on the eyes of the rich. These things are made of expensive material and gems. Let's take a look...

IPhone 3g Supreme
Price: 1.92 Million pounds
iPhone 3g Supreme – World's most expensive mobile phone made by a British Company. Stuart Hughes made this mobile phone on ten months. It is made with gold and diamonds which makes on most expensive phone. It is stylish and world’s most expensive mobile phone.

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