Saturday, July 30, 2011
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Friday, July 29, 2011
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
I decide to water my garden.
As I turn on the hose in the driveway, I look over at my car and decide it needs washing.
As I head towards the garage, I notice post on the porch table that I picked up from the postman earlier.
I decide to go through it before I wash the car.
I put my car keys on the table, put the junk mail in the recycling box under the table, and notice that the recycling box is full.
So, I decide to put the bills back on the table and take out the recycling first.
But then I think, since I'm going to be near the postbox when I take out the recycling paper anyway, I may as well pay the bills first.
I take my cheque book off the table and notice that there is only one cheque left.
My extra cheques are in the desk in my study, so I go into the house to my desk where I find the cup of coffee I'd been drinking.
I'm going to look for my cheques but first I need to push the coffee aside so that I don't accidentally knock it over.
The coffee is getting cold, and I decide to make another cup..
As I head toward the kitchen with the cold coffee, a vase of flowers on the worktop catches my eye - the flowers need water.
I put the coffee on the worktop and discover my reading glasses that I've been searching for all morning.
I decide I better put them back on my desk, but first I'm going to water the flowers..
I put the glasses back down on the worktop, fill a container with water and suddenly spot the TV remote control. Someone left it on the kitchen table.
I realise that tonight when we go to watch TV,I'll be looking for the remote, but I won't remember that it's on the kitchen table, so I decide to put it back where it belongs, but first I'll water the flowers.
I pour some water in the flowers, but quite a bit of it spills on the floor.
So, I put the remote back on the table, get some towels and wipe up the spill.
Then, I head down the hall trying to remember what I was planning to do.
At the end of the day:
The car isn't washed
The bills aren't paid
There is a cold cup of coffee sitting on the kitchen work-surface
The flowers don't have enough water,
There is still only 1 cheque in my cheque book,
I can't find the remote,
I can't find my glasses,
And I don't remember what I did with the car keys.
Then, when I try to figure out why nothing got done today, I'm really baffled because I know I was busy all bloody day and I'm really tired.
I realise this is a serious problem, and I'll try to get some help for it, but first I'll check my e-mail.....
Do me a favour. Forward this message to everyone you know, Because I can't remember who the hell I've sent it to.
Don't laugh - if this isn't you yet, your day is coming!!
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Sunday, July 24, 2011
I bet you will NOT be able to read it without sending it on to at least one other person!
Beauty of Mathematics! !!!!!!
1 x 8 + 1 = 9
12 x 8 + 2 = 98
123 x 8 + 3 = 987
1234 x 8 + 4 = 9876
12345 x 8 + 5 = 98765
123456 x 8 + 6 = 987654
1234567 x 8 + 7 = 9876543
12345678 x 8 + 8 = 98765432
123456789 x 8 + 9 = 987654321
1 x 9 + 2 = 11
12 x 9 + 3 = 111
123 x 9 + 4 = 1111
1234 x 9 + 5 = 11111
12345 x 9 + 6 = 111111
123456 x 9 + 7 = 1111111
1234567 x 9 + 8 = 11111111
12345678 x 9 + 9 = 111111111
123456789 x 9 +10= 1111111111
9 x 9 + 7 = 88
98 x 9 + 6 = 888
987 x 9 + 5 = 8888
9876 x 9 + 4 = 88888
98765 x 9 + 3 = 888888
987654 x 9 + 2 = 8888888
9876543 x 9 + 1 = 88888888
98765432 x 9 + 0 = 888888888
Brilliant, isn't it?
And look at this symmetry:
1 x 1 = 1
11 x 11 = 121
111 x 111 = 12321
1111 x 1111 = 1234321
11111 x 11111 = 123454321
111111 x 111111 = 12345654321
1111111 x 1111111 = 1234567654321
11111111 x 11111111 = 123456787654321
111111111 x 111111111 = 12345678987654321
Now, take a look at this...
From a strictly mathematical viewpoint:
What Equals 100%?
What does it mean to give MORE than 100%?
Ever wonder about those people who say they are giving more than 100%?
We have all been in situations where someone wants you to
GIVE OVER 100%...
How about ACHIEVING 101%?
What equals 100% in life?
Here's a little mathematical formula that might help answer these questions:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Is represented as:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26.
H-A-R-D-W-O- R- K
8+1+18+4+23+ 15+18+11 = 98%
11+14+15+23+ 12+5+4+7+ 5 = 96%
1+20+20+9+20+ 21+4+5 = 100%
THEN, look how far the love of God will take you:
12+15+22+5+15+ 6+7+15+4 = 101%
Therefore, one can conclude with mathematical certainty that:
While Hard Work and Knowledge will get you close, and Attitude will
get you there, It's the Love of God that will put you over the top!
If you find this interesting, share it with your friends & loved ones.
Have a wonderful day and show the love of God to someone today!
May I add :
b-u-l-l-s-h-i-t = 103%
Saturday, July 23, 2011
The Australian play goes viral
But say it softly, OK?
Friday, July 22, 2011
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10 Most Spoken Languages on Planet Earth:(Listed from 10th to 1st)
Number of speakers: 129 million
Often called the most romantic language in the world, French is spoken in tons of countries, including Belgium, Canada, Rwanda, Cameroon, and Haiti. Oh, and France too. We're actually very lucky that French is so popular, because without it, we might have been stuck with Dutch Toast, Dutch Fries, and Dutch kissing (ew!).
To say "hello" in French, say "Bonjour" (bone-JOOR).
Number of speakers: 159 million
Malay-Indonesian is spoken - surprise - in Malaysia and Indonesia. Actually,
we kinda fudged the numbers on this one because there are many dialects of Malay, the most popular of which is Indonesian. But they're all pretty much
based on the same root language, which makes it the ninth most-spoken in the world.
Indonesia is a fascinating place; a nation made up of over 13,000 islands it is the sixth most populated country in the world. Malaysia borders on two of the larger parts of Indonesia (including the island of Borneo), and is mostly known for its capital city of Kuala Lumpur.
To say "hello" in Indonesian, say "Selamat pagi" (se-LA-maht PA-gee).
Number of speakers: 191 million
Think of Portuguese as the little language that could. In the 12th Century, Portugal won its independence from Spain and expanded all over the world with the help of its famous explorers like Vasco da Gama and Prince Henry the Navigator. (Good thing Henry became a navigator . . . could you imagine if a guy named "Prince Henry the Navigator" became a florist?) Because Portugal got in so early on the exploring game, the language established itself all over the world, especially in Brazil (where it's the national language), Macau,
Angola, Venezuela, and Mozambique.
To say "hello" in Portuguese, say "Bom dia" (bohn DEE-ah).
Number of speakers: 211 million
In Bangladesh, a country of 120+ million people, just about everybody speaks Bengali. And because Bangladesh is virtually surrounded by India (where the population is growing so fast, just breathing the air can get you pregnant), the number of Bengali speakers in the world is much higher than most people would expect.
Number of speakers: 246 million
Arabic, one of the world's oldest languages, is spoken in the Middle East, with speakers found in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and Egypt. Furthermore, because Arabic is the language of the Koran, millions of Moslems in other countries speak Arabic as well. So many people have a working knowledge of Arabic, in fact, that in 1974 it was made the sixth official language of the United Nations.
To say "hello" in Arabic, say "Al salaam a'alaykum" (Ahl sah-LAHM ah ah-LAY-koom).
Number of speakers: 277 million
Mikhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin, and Yakov Smirnoff are among the millions of Russian speakers out there. Sure, we used to think of them as our Commie
enemies. Now we think of them as our Commie friends. One of the six languages in the UN, Russian is spoken not only in the Mother Country, but also in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and the U.S. (to name just a few places).
To say "hello" in Russian, say "Zdravstvuite" (ZDRAST-vet-yah).
Number of speakers: 392 million
Aside from all of those kids who take it in high school, Spanish is spoken
in just about every South American and Central American country, not to
mention Spain, Cuba, and the U.S. There is a particular interest in Spanish in the U.S., as many English words are borrowed from the language, including:
tornado, bonanza, patio, quesadilla, enchilada, and taco grande supreme.
To say "hello" in Spanish, say "Hola" (OH-la).
Number of speakers: 497 million
Hindustani is the primary language of India's crowded population, and it
encompasses a huge number of dialects (of which the most commonly spoken is Hindi). While many predict that the population of India will soon surpass that of China, the prominence of English in India prevents Hindustani from surpassing the most popular language in the world. If you're interested in learning a little Hindi, there's a very easy way: rent an Indian movie. The film industry in India is the most prolific in the world, making thousands of action/romance/musicals every year. To say "hello" in Hindustani, say "Namaste" (Nah-MAH-stay).
Number of speakers: 508 million
While English doesn't have the most speakers, it is the official language of
more countries than any other language. Its speakers hail from all around the world, including the U.S., Australia, England, Zimbabwe, the Caribbean,
Hong Kong, South Africa, and Canada. We'd tell you more about English, but you probably feel pretty comfortable with the language already. Let's just move on to the most popular language in the world.
Number of speakers: 1 billion+
Surprise, surprise, the most widely spoken language on the planet is based in the most populated country on the planet, China. Beating second-place English by a 2 to 1 ratio, but don't let that lull you into thinking that Mandarin is easy to learn. Speaking Mandarin can be really tough, because each word can be pronounced in four ways (or "tones"), and a beginner will invariably have trouble distinguishing one tone from another. But if over a billion people could do it, so could you. Try saying hello!
To say "hello" in Mandarin, say "Ni hao" (Nee HaOW). ("Hao" is pronounced as one syllable, but the tone requires that you let your voice drop midway, and then raise it again at the end.)
Monday, July 18, 2011
Racism is holding Australia back
Racism is driven by fear and ignorance and must be got rid of so Australia can move forward
By Liz Cush 18 July, 2011
Some Australian politicians never want to admit that racism exists.
They would suggest the Cronulla riots in 2005 -- when Anglo-Australians wore the national flag as a cape, drank Victoria Bitter and protested against ethnicities going to the southern Sydney beach -- weren't a reflection on Australian society. Similar denial exists about the racial motivation of attacks on Indian students in Melbourne. Or the negative perceptions of Asians.
Yet the political rhetoric that justifies policies towards asylum seekers and refugees fans the flames of racism in everyday life.
It's just so easy for a white person to pretend racism doesn't exist in Australia: we are not the ones stopped for "random" security checks at airports. We aren't constantly asked where we are from or stared at for wearing a hijab. We are not the Aborigines targeted by police in Sydney's Redfern and asked to empty our pockets.
I grew up in a small town on the south coast of New South Wales, where I loved to travel metaphorically around the world by gobbling up books. While there were few Asian, Arab, African or Latino faces in my country town in the 1980s, I heard about trips to Thailand and Vietnam and wondered about different ways of life.
In my mind, imagination and experience, the diversity of the world and its peoples has become a gift to savor and enjoy.
One of my favorite things about Sydney is the racial diversity. It's fascinating to catch a train to Parramatta and overhear simultaneous conversations in so many different languages. I love to visit the suburbs and taste foods from Indonesia, Ethiopia and Chile. It's cool that on any given night in I can go and dance salsa with Latinos or dance to Caribbean beats.
Racism is strongly driven by an irrational fear of the unknown. We're told how dangerous places are and to distrust certain cultures. My experience has been that the people I am meant to fear are actually just going about their daily lives in the way they know how.
In Australia, since September 11, Muslims have become the perceived bogeyman: their beards, headscarves and way of praying strikes fear into many a VB drinking, board short-wearing, football-loving patriot. In my opinion, Sharia law is none too friendly, but this is not a real danger to women's rights in Australia. While radical Muslims exist, they are merely on a par with fundamentalist Christians.
Don't forget it's the Christian leaders of our country who squeeze money from schools and hospitals in order to fund police to beat us up at the rallies where we protest these policies.
Hand-in-hand with an inexhaustible drive for profits, racism drives wars and foreign invasions. It serves only the interests of politicians who pander to corporations. It divides and weakens people and keeps us from seeing who our real enemies are.
It is just stupid to judge a person based on the color of their skin or place of birth.
If we could see an Iraqi or Afghan person for what they are, equal to you and me in humanity, could we stand for what our governments are doing to them in our name?
On the flip side, many Australians of English or Irish stock are vehemently against racism. We organize and march in demonstrations protesting war in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the continuing occupation of Palestine. We protest the continuing theft of Aboriginal lands by mining companies -- such as is now happening in the Kimberley in Western Australia, Lake Cowal in western New South Wales and Muckaty in the Northern Territory.
We try to be aware that we are often very privileged in this society purely because of the pale coloring of our skins and our Anglo names.
I detest the idea that a fifth generation Irish-Australian is more "Aussie" than a second-generation Lebanese-Australian or so-called "boat people" from Sudan or Somalia.
Unless you are of the first peoples -- the many nations of Aboriginal people of this ancient land -- to be Australian is to be an immigrant. That is irrespective of why or when in the past 223 years you -- or your ancestors -- came here.
As much as political leaders try and encourage us to fear each other, we can fight against the poison that is racism by opening our eyes to the beauty of difference that make our common humanity so interesting.
And only then can Australia move forward.
The opinions of this commentary are solely those of Liz Cush.
Friday, July 15, 2011
Orit Fox, the Israelite model known by her breasts has been bitten by a snake on her breast.
According to several sources the snake was intoxicated with silicone from the model's prosthesis and died shortly after.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
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Great retrieving by the world's best female choppers Kim Kyung Ah / Park Mi Young (KOR) against Guo Yan / Ding Ning (CHN); women's doubles semifinal, 2009 World Table Tennis Championships, Yokohama; China wins 4-1
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Tuesday, July 5, 2011
With monsoon rains lashing at us harder than a prison official from a bad film, Mumbaikars have no option but to lie on the couch and watch some of the television shows dished out in the name of Indian entertainment.
We may have come a long way from the Doordarshan days when all we had was one national channel to watch, with the Hindi feature film on Sunday evenings being the highlight of the week.
But even with today's 200-odd channels, finding one worth watching can drain the cells right off your remote -- and your brain.
Most of the current shows are desi versions of successful international formats, but if you're going to sit and stare, these are the few new shows worth a watch -- purely for their bizarre entertainment value.
5. India's Most Desirable on Star World
(Sunday, 9 p.m.)
Garewal is dressing younger and far stranger since her day's hosting "Rendezvous with Simi Garewal," and she's had so much "help" to her face that you don't know if she's surprised or semi-conscious.
Midway through some episodes, Garewal suddenly breaks out into her alter ego, named Kiki -- a teenager with a voice like a chipmunk and an accent from Uranus.
If you have an hour to spare and are amused watching the likes of celebrities Ranbir Kapoor, Siddhartha Mallya, Deepika Padukone and Sonakshi Sinha answering strange questions, having their tarot read or being embarrassed by their parents, this is the show for you.
4. Khatron Ke Khiladi Torchaar on Colors
(Friday, Saturday, 9 p.m.)
Hosted by Akshay Kumar (whose wardrobe is perhaps the scariest thing on the show), the contestants are made to perform the usual stunts featuring creepy crawlies and offal cuisine against a South African landscape.
Since Akshay Kumar thinks he's the reason the women are there, the male contestants are cheered on by two local ditzies called Munni and Sheela.
The stunts are OK, but with the amount of crying, close-up shots and slow motion frames in the mix, all you need is an item song and you've got yourself a regular Bollywood film.
3. Just Dance on Star Plus
(Saturday, Sunday, 9 p.m.)
Naturally, starstruck fans are auditioning by the thousands for the chance to see their dreams and ridiculous get-ups being crushed by two heavyweight judges: Bollywood film director and choreographer Farah Khan and Bollywood choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant.
Those who make it through the sarcastic comments and feigned interest of the judges are in the running to meet their idol, Hrithik Roshan. They get a wristband emblazoned with his initials and perform in front of the man himself.
After weeks of eliminations, one super-dancer will be crowned. Some of them are talented, but let's hope they get the three thumbs up from Roshan.
2. Coke Studio India on MTV
(Friday, 7 p.m.)
Following in the footsteps of the hugely successful Coke Studio Pakistan, which was watched on YouTube and downloaded by all of us this side of the border, Coke Studio India has the ante to up.
The original show focuses on a fusion of diverse Pakistani music from eastern classical and folk to contemporary popular music. The Indian counterpart, however, will rely heavily on the one thing that has never failed in this country -- Bollywood music.
Trouble is, there are enough Bollywood music shows out there already, and viewers are expecting experimental sounds, fresh talent and a mix of genres, not the usual set of playback singers with rehashed versions of popular Indian songs.
The only good part about the show is that it means MTV has started playing music again.
1. Axe MTV Grind on MTV
(Saturday, 7 p.m.)
"Axe MTV Grind," the newest show on television, is none of those.
The show tries hard to ape the hit American music television show that premiered in the early 1990s and featured bikini-clad clubbers dancing their hearts and breasts out.
But all we get here are Indian MTV VJs by a tacky poolside or a beach at night trying to grab as much screen time as they possibly can with moves that can best be described as zombie-meets-paralytic.
The channel is using jiggling mass to attract the masses, but it would have helped if they could actually have found people who can dance. The costumes are garish, the makeup horrific, the poses rehearsed and the tans sprayed on.
Watch it for a hearty laugh, though your shaking belly could well upstage some of the dancers.
Monday, July 4, 2011
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A man swallow fishes coins sugar billiard-ball and key-rings and bring them back.
WARNING ! Don't try this at home
Un mec avale des poissons des pièces du sucre une boule de billiard et des porte-clés et les recrache.
ATTENTION : N'essayez pas chez vous!
Marriage is a wonderful invention: then again, so is a bicycle repair kit.
Marriage is like a phone call in the night: first the ring, and then you wake up.
My wife suggested a book for me to read to enhance our relationship. It's titled, "Women are from Venus, Men are Wrong."
When a man steals your wife there is no better revenge than to let him keep her.
It's a funny thing that when a man hasn't anything on earth to worry about, he goes off and gets married.
Love is blind, marriage is the eye-opener.
I was married by a judge. I should have asked for a jury.
I don't worry about terrorism. I was married for two years
A man in love is incomplete until he is married. Then he's finished.
Before marriage, a man declares that he would lay down his life to serve you; after marriage, he won't even lay down his newspaper to talk to you.
There's a way of transferring funds that is even faster than electronic banking. It's called marriage.
Your marriage is in trouble if your wife says, 'You're only interested in one thing,' and you can't remember what it is.
Marriage is give and take. You'd better give it to her or she'll take it anyway.
You know what I did before I married? Anything I wanted to.
The husband who wants a happy marriage should learn to keep his mouth shut and his cheque book open.
My wife and I were happy for twenty years. Then we met.
We always hold hands. If I let go, she shops.
A man's wife has more power over him than the state has.
In my house I'm the boss, my wife is just the decision maker.
Marriage–a book of which the first chapter is written in poetry and the remaining chapters written in prose.
A bachelor is a man who never makes the same mistake once.
My husband said he needed more space. So I locked him outside.
The only time a woman really succeeds in changing a man is when he's a baby.
I fell in love at first sight… I should have looked twice.
Marriage is the only war in which you sleep with the enemy.
The secret of a happy marriage remains a secret.
Marriage is like a hot bath. Once you get used to it, it's not so hot.
There is no more lovely, friendly and charming relationship, communion or company than a good marriage.
Marriage is nature's way of keeping us from fighting with strangers.
Compromise: An amiable arrangement between husband and wife whereby they agree to let her have her own way.
Marriage is a three ring circus: engagement ring, wedding ring, and suffering.
I've had bad luck with both my wives. The first one left me and the second one didn't.
Some people ask the secret of our long marriage. We take time to go to a restaurant two times a week. A little candlelight, dinner, soft music and dancing. She goes Tuesdays, I go Fridays
The appropriate age for marriage is around eighteen for girls and thirty-seven for men.
Bachelors know more about women than married men; if they didn't, they'd be married too.
I got rid of my husband. The cat was allergic.
I require only three things of a man. He must be handsome, ruthless and stupid.
Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, and half-shut afterwards.
I never knew what real happiness was until I got married. And by then it was too late.
Marriage has no guarantees. If that's what you're looking for, go live with a car battery.
Marriage is a wonderful institution, but who wants to live in an institution?
After marriage, husband and wife become two sides of a coin; they just can't face each other, but still they stay together.