Wednesday, February 29, 2012

6 Ridiculous Animal Attacks

by Ian Fortey

There are plenty of awful things that can attack you n this world; dogs, tigers, killer bees, sharks, hobos and, of course, the dreaded bear. This past week marked the first time a bear had mauled someone in Yellowstone Park since 1986. The bear was protecting its cubs and the unfortunate hiker paid the price. But this news is grim and depressing in a world where most of our news is grim and depressing. So instead of focusing on all the terrible beasts that can destroy you, let’s focus on animal attacks that make you feel bad for the victim, not because of the damage done, but because it’s kind of lame that the attack happened at all.

5 Outrageous Credit Card Receipts That You Wish You Could Afford

Outrageous credit card receipts that you wish you could afford - the title says it all. Don't you feel envious for these people? Take a look at these 5 examples:

Drake’s Night Out In Vegas – $189,375

Monday, February 27, 2012

How To Make A Wax Seal

If you still write letters and want to add a really old school flair to your envelope then why not make your very own wax seal? Follow the steps to create a cool looking seal that will definitely catch people’s attention.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

16 Undeniable Universal Laws

Law of Mechanical Repair – After your hands become coated with grease, your nose will begin to itch and you’ll have to pee.

Law of Gravity – Any tool, nut, bolt, screw, when dropped, will roll to the least accessible corner.

Law of Probability -The probability of being watched is directly proportional to the stupidity of your act.

Terrible Flood In China

A terrible flood in the middle of 2011 destroyed many homes and causing chaos all over.

Blood River

Chinese residents who were passing by the river Jana (Jian River) were a bit shocked in Disember 2011 – instead of the usual crystal clear water, the river flow was something very much like the blood. It turned out that illegal dumping of red paint from a nearby chemical plant was the cause of the change in colour. The matter was brought to the attention of the authorities and is under investigation.


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The Roles They Should Have Taken. Hollywood Fails.

Many actors turn down roles only to regret it later. Maybe their second thought was correct. Everyone can imagine, for example, Brad Pitt playing Jason Bourne but what about other actors and the roles they refused. Have a look at the photos in this post and decide for yourself was their choice a good one or not. Take a look:

The Facebook Bed

Everybody know that Facebook is the leading social network and there are so many Facebook inspired products already in the market. Designer Tomislav Zvonarić has designed this fBed for Facebook fans.

Top 10 Mysterious World Landmarks

The world is filled with ancient monuments built by master craftsmen in order to honor everything from kings and presidents to religious figures. And although most of these landmarks have been carefully studied and researched by scientists and historians, some are simply so old, incomplete, or obscure that we still don’t know very much about why they were built or what purpose they served. The following are 10 world landmarks that, whether by intention or simply due to the passage of time, continue to baffle the people who study them.

Prototype GHOST military watercraft claims a world's first

If you combined a stealth jet fighter and an attack helicopter and stuck them in the water, what would you get? Well, according to the folks at New Hampshire's Juliet Marine Systems (JMS), you'd get the GHOST marine platform. Privately developed for possible use by the U.S. Navy, the boat would reportedly be invisible to enemy ships' radar, while also being faster and more economical than existing military vessels. The company's big claim, however, is that GHOST is the world's first super-cavitating watercraft.

Giant Sand Art by Jim Denevan

Santa Cruz, CA-based artist Jim Denevan makes freehand drawings in sand, laboring up to seven hours and walking for as many as 30 miles to create massive artwork using no measuring aids whatsoever. Sometime Jim uses vehicles to create patterns out of tire-tracks. Sadly, Jim’s creations are temporary as they are eventually erased by waves, rain and weather.

50 Things That Changed Our Lives In A Decade

Was it only a decade ago that a blackberry was a mere warm season fruit? That green was, well, a color, and reality TV was that one show sandwiched between music videos on MTV? There were, of course, huge political and social upheavals that roiled the world in the past decade, but there also were the gradual lifestyle changes that people do not always notice when they are happening; kind of like watching a child grow older. Here is an alphabetical look at 50 things that changed our lives since the beginning of the millennium:

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