Thursday, October 29, 2015
Sunday, October 18, 2015
Outside the Electricity Office !!
was selling Banana..
Electricity office Manager-
Whats the price of Banana?
Let me know where u'll use ?
Manager - what do u mean? ! ! !
If u are taking
To Temple then its
Rs 10 per kg
Rs 15 per kg
For school childrens
Rs 20 per kg
If u take home
Rs 25 per kg
Rs 30 per kg.....
Electricity officer- How can this be ..
All banana are same
Then why the difference in price?
This is my tariff plan...
Even you people give electricity from the same pole,..but u charge different tariffs for home, shop, factory, etc etc
Electricity office manager still in Coma
Friday, October 16, 2015
Friday, October 9, 2015
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Hook Island Sea Monster
Solway Firth Spaceman
S.S. Watertown Ghosts
Black Knight Satellite
Copper Falling Body
Geophone Rock Anomaly
Goddard's Squadron Photograph
The Mysterious Case Of Elisa Lam
Friday, May 22, 2015
For any of us that have flown in an airplane, we know that air travel is one of the biggest headaches known to man. In addition to the extraordinarily high ticket prices, most of us also have to pay a luggage fee, along with convenient upgrades, plus the overpriced airport food. And if you want to check a bag, you’re confined to numerous rules and restrictions to what you can and can’t bring. Of course, with all of the recent terrorist attacks and September 11th, many are skittish about the intentions of other passengers, so the Transportation Security Administration was created in 2001 in order to help secure the airways and ports in the United States. But despite the presence of the TSA, people will still try to smuggle in odd things that are not limited to, but including drugs, animals, bugs, plants, and more.
For example, a woman was stopped in an airport in Melbourne when it was noticed that she was making strange and watery noises. Security then gave her a more detailed pat down and discovered that she have over 51 different kinds of exotic and tropical fish under her clothes in 15 little bags, stored in pockets. If that wasn’t bizarre enough, a total of eighteen severed heads were discovered in shipment at O’Hare in Chicago, which of course made the media go crazy with the headlines. It was later discovered that the heads were in the process of a legitimate shipment between medical facilities in Rome and Chicago. Talk about people losing their head over something that ended up being legitimate!
While you’re on vacation, of course there is always that one souvenir that you can’t resist bringing home with you. One traveler was out scuba diving and discovered a coral-covered cannonball in the midst of an 18th century shipwreck. Even though the traveler’s intentions were purely innocent, the airport had to shut down and be evacuated, since cannonballs are considered to be explosives.
Then of course people just have to fly with their animals and plants. One man was discovered to have brought 30 dead snakes that were venomous, from his trip to South Korea. Was he trying to bring home a souvenir? Or needed supplies to create a deadly poison? Then a woman was discovered to have packed a (sedated) 2 month old tiger cub in her suitcase. She was arrested and the cub was taken to a sanctuary for tigers. Speaking of animals, a man was also stopped in Los Angeles after an exotic bird flew from his suitcase. He also had 50 rare orchids as well as hid two monkeys in his pants.
And of course, people will try to smuggle drugs in. One guy actually had a real broken legs and managed to create a cast made from eleven pounds of cocaine. He might have been able to have gotten away with it if it wasn’t for the additional cocaine that was found in his bag.
18 Severed Heads
Wheel of Pain
Monkeys in man’s underwear
Lipstick Stun Gun
51 Tropical fish
The Air Jordan
The Leather Jacket
The Little Black Dress
The Mini Skirt
Ever since Adam and Eve committed the first sin and God bestowed upon them fig leaves to cover up their nakedness, fashion has remained a major part of our lives. So many elements of a person is dictated and determined by the clothes that they wear. If a person wears designer brands, it is assumed that they’re rich. If someone is wearing rags, then they likely don’t have much money and their lifestyles are probably not lavish. With so much judgment on societal class, it is no surprise that fashion has become a powerful hand in society. With much power, comes great responsibility.
Believe it or not, much of our most iconic fashion were developed in times such as early man and medieval times. Thanks to the evolution of the human brain, we have been able to change and tweak some of the earliest fashion items into trends that have found eternal popularity. For example, the high heeled shoe actually has roots in early Renaissance times, but they were worn by men! Why? By elevating themselves with a heel, they could show off their social status. Heels were also seen as functional when it came to horseback riding because it locked the shoe into the stirrup. So, when did women start taking over the high heels? In the 16th century, a rather short woman named Catherine de Medici started wearing heels to make up for her short stature.
Sunglasses even have early roots dating back through centuries as the Inuit wore glasses made out of walrus ivory to help block out the sun! Today, sunglasses have multiple uses from protecting our eyes from the harmful UV rays to being a trendy fashion item. And if you’re a big celebrity, you’ve probably used sunglasses to shield your identity and hide evidence of being out in the lights, partying too much, or just being plain exhausted. Designers have made their millions from sunglasses, such as Ray-Ban, when they developed glasses exclusively for the military that eventually turned into a hot fashion trend. Get a pair of aviators with a leather jackets and you’re the coolest kid in town!
Some of the most poignant fashion items such as the bikini and the mini skirt found its birth in the mid-twentieth century. The bikini was the first of its kind to show off a woman’s midriff along with her butt and cleavage. You can image the stir it created amongst the more conservative crowd. When the mini skirt came out, women actually protested the garment because it was believed that it made a woman more vulnerable to rape. Finally, the fashion item that changed the world was the bra. Yep, support for the woman’s chest area wasn’t really a priority until the late 1800’s when the brassiere was launched through Vogue. From that simple item that offers support, the Wonder Bra evolved from it as well as other bra-like innovations. Lingerie stores such as Victoria’s Secret have the bra listed as one of their most popular items.
With so much that has happened with fashion items of the past, there’s no telling what is ahead of us for the future.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
|Maa Durga - Made from Sand - Amazing Indian Artists|
|Lord Ganesha - Made from Sand - Amazing Indian Artists|
|Hanuman showing Ram and Seeta in his Heart - Made from Sand - Amazing Indian Artists|
|Lord Shiva - Made from Sand - Amazing Indian Artists|
|Jagannath Puri - Made from Sand - Amazing Indian Artists|