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Recommended condoms.

2011-03-19T06:39:23.452-07:00

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Coolest Police Cars

2011-01-22T09:30:02.061-08:00

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A cool police ride

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The coolest police car (the big boy ride)

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Cool ride for hot cop girls.

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police ride

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It is good be a cop.
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Funny pictures

2011-01-22T09:04:38.829-08:00

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They cant wait to be home.
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Rude boy with his Grannie bones

2011-01-22T08:15:51.659-08:00

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Rude boy with his Grannie bones
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Awefull birthday gift
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Rude Road Sign
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Too mush for this donkey.
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Nigerian Ipod.

2011-01-15T05:45:16.371-08:00

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A typical Nigerian Ipod
Hello this is very funny to see could you believe in some parts of this country poeple still live in a semi stone age?
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A Man Immune to Electric Shock.

2010-11-04T04:09:45.167-07:00

Do you hate getting electrically shocked during the winter? Too bad you’re not Rajmohan Nair, an Indian man who is literally immune to electrocution. The Electric man Doing his Business. [photo:weirdasianews.com] Dubbed the ‘Electro Man’ on the History Channel’s premier reality series, “Stan Lee’s Superhumans,” Rajmohan has the superhuman ability to conduct large currents of electricity without suffering any bodily harm whatsoever.Just watch below as exposed wires are wrapped around him and then powered. The electricity flows from the plug, through Rajmohan, and to a lightbulb and, later on, a hotplate.Note that when he’s in the process of conducting, he for some odd reason cannot see—as his eyes become glazed over.Please do not try any of this at home. Rajmohan is a rarity, as most humans cannot safely conduct such high levels of electricity. If you were to do this at home, you would most likely die. In fact, according to host Daniel Smith, Rajmohan is approximately 10-times more resistant to electricity than the average human.This is a sort of bizarre news, how can this man claim to be immune to something I hate. What do you think please post you comments below.[...]



A sheep with two legs

2010-11-04T03:53:16.510-07:00

This sheep was born with two legs. *Photos: Iberpress According to Chinese media reports, in a farm in Shandong province, east of the country, a sheep born with only two legs. I discover this recently on the net and I decide to blog with it. Just imagine this;Farmer Cui Jinxiu seeing the animal in this condition thought to kill it but later it became the ‘darling sheep’ of the farm.“When it born, got up on its two legs to suck his mother” the owner said. “This fact changed my mind and I decided to keep it alive.”The sheep with only two legs, had no trouble to walk faster and can stand still.[source: momento24.com]This is one of the wonders of our time. what do you think post your comment below. [...]



The communist reflects!

2010-10-28T04:48:13.156-07:00

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The funny cat,


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The communist reflects! 
The communist reflects! 
The communist reflects!
 
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2010-10-19T02:37:35.793-07:00

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World cup best keeper Enyeama & world best player Messi fighting for the ball
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2010-10-14T05:57:55.712-07:00

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I came across this recently on the internet and I decide to blog with it. Here comes the top 5 ugliest players at all time, but I wonder why Rooney is toping the list while the likes of Teves and ribery are there. Now the five ugliest.



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Name

1
Wayne Rooney

2
Ronaldinho

3
Carlos Tevez

4
Peter Crouch

5
Ronaldo

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Chilean mine drama ends in a thrilling end.

2010-10-14T05:10:24.682-07:00

  Chilean mine drama ends in a thrilling end.They were inspired by the miners' fortitude and camaraderie. They were amazed by the engineering feat that saved the men's lives. And they were grateful for some good news for a change.From Australia to the coal fields of Appalachia, people in seemingly every corner of the world followed the Chilean miners' rescue Wednesday on TV and the Internet, and many were uplifted by the experience."It's a heartwarming story. It's family values. It's leadership. It's everything that we should have here," Mark Vannucci said as he watched on a TV at a restaurant in New York's Times Square. His wife, Susan, said: "Instead of those guys in the mine turning on each other, they worked together, they bonded."The riveting images of the men being brought to the surface to see the sun, breathe fresh air and hug their loved ones for the first time in two months were broadcast live to millions of people in the U.S. and across much of the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa throughout the night and during the day.Viewers were transfixed by the Chilean state video feed: a you-are-there view from a camera mounted on top of the rescue capsule that carried the miners to the surface. It showed the brilliant white light at the end of the tunnel getting bigger and bigger and finally exploding like a starburst as each man ascended."It feels like we're all there with them even though we're so far away in London," Jose Torra said in England. "For once it is a story with a good ending."Some marveled at the miners' capacity to cope for so long and wondered how they would have dealt with the terror and uncertainty."It's pretty amazing to see them stay down there that long and not go crazy," said Tamara Craiu, a 21-year-old student from Singapore who is taking classes in London. "I'd go mad."Many watched the first miner rescued on their laptops late Tuesday night and continued following the drama on their computers at work Wednesday. Joyous reaction poured out across Twitter and Facebook, as viewers worldwide witnessed the story unfolding in real time.Some instantly offered their casting suggestions for a Hollywood movie about the ordeal: Tom Cruise, Ben Affleck, Nicolas Cage. The website Movieline.com suggested five directors, including Ron Howard ("Apollo 13").In Mexico, some Internet users posted bittersweet messages, praising Chile's government but expressing regret that their country could not save the 65 miners who died in 2006 after an explosion in a coal mine.In Spain, Elias Saguillo, one of some 50 Spanish coal miners who staged a monthlong underground protest in September over unpaid wages and demands for subsidies, said he and his colleagues followed the Chilean ordeal day after day."Mainly we are proud of how the Chilean miners endured. From the first day through to the end, they behaved like true miners," Saguillo said after finishing his shift at the Las Cuevas mine, where he and colleagues spent 28 days at a depth of 1,650 feet. In China, the rescue was prominently displayed on virtually all the major Chinese news websites. State television ran a segment on its evening broadcast, while the official news agency Xinhua carried an editorial praising the rescue: "For more than two months, the miners, families, citizens and the government all have created a miracle of life. The rescue reflects the shining moment of human nature."China's mining industry is considered by far the world's deadliest, with more than 2,600 coal miners killed last year in blasts and other accidents. Those figures reflect a decrease from previous years as the government moved to improve safety by shutting down many illegal mines.The rescue was big news in South Korea, Japan, Germany, France and Poland, a coal mini[...]