Thursday, May 31, 2012


Not only the rainforest dies

It's a giant f*cking phallus. | It's the circle of life, thanks Charles Darwin for the simple explanation and the absence of dinosours. | circle of life. all species are not MEANT to survive. where is the outcry for human suffering? | I just went to a pre-Columbian museum in San Jose, Costa Rica, that stated that many felines like jaguars are becoming extinct. Less than 300 exist in the county right now. | With so many in this world something has to be done, eradication of wild life, plants and trees is no way to go. Everything from plants to animals provides us with new medicines and new cures for things like cancer. It's time we start replanting what we take and restocking what we use, it's time to start thinking of mother nature and this planet instead of ourselves and our wallets. We must all think about our children future and their children as well, We need nature as to survive because without trees and animals we have nothing. If you don't believe me try shutting off all power to your home and stop using anything that requires power such as Oil, Gas or Electric and see just how far you can go. like it or not we need nature more then it needs us, one good disaster from the hand of GOD or nature and its over for everyone so respect what belongs to mother earth... | you can respect a gigantic carnivorous wild animal all you want, it'll still bite your head off/eat your entrails/etc. i wish america wasn't so bothered with being "politically correct" that they would have ads like this. Then maybe SOME of the people would have epiphanies. | Creative,yet a good approach to educate people to love nature as well as every piece of animals live in nature | Natural selection is real, and humans have all but abolished it. Curing disease, not executing child rapists, encouraging growth just for the sake of growth. All these things lead to overcrowding, lack of resources, and WAR. | Yup, several sides of every issue. I'm not doubting the help these folks or others do and attempt to do. I think this is an example of a spirit we don't want to sow. Should an anti-war advocate be able to graphically depict war? Where do you put the line of what is harder on your childrens' mind and eyes on a daily basis? How can you look at this graphic image of a dead leopard and not cry? I don't support that kind of harm. Just because you've noticed the jungle don't lose all civility. | and the artwork is just great, so yes: it is a sensation to the eyes. | or both, as in clean out your life as much as possible from consumerism but do not forget to help others helping themselves as well. change comes from action, but it starts with your own life. | Sensationalist crap. How many are ready to give up their things and shiny toys? Your walk on earth should be as soft as possible. Stop purchasing support for this problem and you will be doing a better thing. | Kind of hits home in a very descriptive way that maybe more people will understand!! | Humans are evolving! It is inevitable that real intelligence must lead to a higher level of love & understanding! However, don't expect any great sign of that being achieved for several thousand years, at the present rate of progress :-/ | That makes me want to cry... It's not ok. Humans are officially the worst species this world has ever known. Think about it. | Humans are a virus. simple as. | Our biggest problem is that we destroy HABITATS and we just see them as trees... | There are no dangerous animals, only stupid peoples without respect ;-) | Ohhhh it'bad, but not so bad to kill the rain forest but, oh my god, don't kill the kitties, that's really bad! ;) | I think human s Are ten Times more "dangerous" than any big leapord. | one of natures biggest problems is that humans have killed all their natural enemies exept for micro organisms. From a 'human-survival point of view' that is a good thing, for the rest of the living world we are the problem. | If you don't like them(dangerous animals) you can not kill them!!! | -- FB Comments --

Pink Dolphin at Dolphin Lagoon , Sentosa, Singapore

Pink Dolphin at Dolphin Lagoon , Sentosa, Singapore
meet with other residents of Dolphin Lagoon – the adorable fur seals as they perform alongside PINK dolphins. They’ll gamely shake hands and pose for photos afterwards!
Don't forget to catch our Meet-the-Dolphins and Fur Seals LIVE! performances at the following time slots too!

amazon river in south america has also that kind of dolpin | pink.! hahah. my fave color. true men wears pink. :) | look like albino dolphin.. | -- FB Comments -- 


A balut is a fertilized duck embryo that is boiled alive and eaten in the shell.
Popularly believed to be an aphrodisiac and considered a high-protein, hearty snack, balut are mostly sold by street vendors in the regions where they are available. It is commonly sold as streetfood in the Philippines. Balut eaters prefer salt and/or a chili, garlic and vinegar (white or coconut sap) mixture to season their eggs. The eggs are savored for their balance of textures and flavors; the broth surrounding the embryo is sipped from the egg before the shell is peeled, and the yolk and young chick inside can be eaten. All of the contents of the egg may be consumed, although the white may remain uneaten; depending on the age of the fertilized egg, the white may have an unappetizing cartilaginous toughness.

In the Philippines, foreigners are always challenged to try this delicacy... although it may look disgusting, it really taste so good...



A mysterious ocean 'blob' has been recorded by a deep-sea remote-controlled underwater camera. The creature looks like nothing seen before, with speculators suggesting it is everything from a jellyfish to the remains of a whale placenta.While, at a quick glance, the description of a jellyfish makes sense, the creature has organs and appendages never spotted on a jellyfish before.

Meanwhile it could be a whale placenta, but if that is the case then the hexagonal shapes on the skin are a mystery.If it is a jellyfish, it might be a Stygiomedusa Gigantea. This type of jellyfish - which can grow up to six metres in length - has only been spotted 114 times in 110 years, so details on it are scant.But again, the appendages get in the way.

Another suggestion is Deepstaria Enigmatica, another rarely-studied jellyfish, which like most of its kind is colourless.

However it has reported to have a brown stomach, with one description saying the passages to the stomach are 'somewhat irregular-edged, forming a reticulate network'.

Those markings lead one commentator on the website Snopes - which tries to debunk or confirm rumours - to suggest this is simply nothing more than a fishing net.

MAY 11,2012 UPDATE:

Steven Haddock, a scientist for the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in Moss Landing, Calif., says that the mysterious creature is a Deepstaria enigmatica jellyfish, much to the chagrin of some Reddit users who thought it was a whale placenta.

“This bag-like jelly is not that rare, but is large, so rarely seen intact,” Haddock said on his “JellyWatch” Facebook page. “In the video, the swirling from the sub makes the medusa appear to undulate and it even turns inside-out.”

This type of jellyfish is usually found in the south Atlantic Ocean, some 5,000 feet below. According to the Marine Species Identification Portal, the jellyfish has “oral arms terminating in curious hook-shaped organ[s].”

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Shicheng City: Where time travel is possible

In February last year, Chinese National Geographic magazine published a series of exquisite pictures about Shicheng City (literally, Lion City), and since then, the public's strong interest in the city has been aroused again.

The city of nearly 1,339 years of age, situated in east China's Zhejiang Province, has been submerged under Qiandao Lake since 1959 for the construction of the Xin'an River Hydropower Station.

International archeologists vividly named the city submerged in water "time capsule." Since it is shielded from the erosion by wind, rain and sun, a city submerged in water comparatively maintains a stable condition, thus making the city a virtual time vessel. Seen from the pictures of Shicheng City, stairs in ancient houses, walls and memorial arches remain the same as they were thousands of years ago.

Shicheng City was named after the Wu Shi Mountain (literally, Five Lion Mountain) in the northern part of Sui'an County, Zhejiang. It was once the center of politics, economics and culture of Sui'an County in that area.

As written in the "History of Sui'an County," there are all together 265 arches submerged under Qiandao Lake, among which the Jie Xiao Memorial Arch's fine carvings remain well-preserved.

According to the restored map of Shicheng, there were five city gates in all directions. You can find one city gate tower on each city gate and all together there are five towers. Besides, six streets in Shicheng City were used to connect every corner of the city as a whole. The typical roads in Shicheng City were stone roads, tidily paved by flagstone and pebbles.


Dougnuts for the donkeys

dougnuts for the donkeys

It's Montreal. And it's about more than tuition - it's about Bill 78, a draconian piece of legislation that the Quebec government now realizes was a stupid mistake. Now the issue is about the right to protest, & the protests have spread to many other cities, not all of which are in Quebec. Incredible numbers out on the streets night after night after night. People of all ages banging kitchen pots with wooden spoons. Very good-humoured, for the most part, but making their point i.e don't be telling the people of Quebec to shut up & go home. | It's in Canada, and by the writing on the window, it's in the Province of Quebec, so it oculd be either Montreal or Quebec City. | This is happening more and more and more every day--join the train, or be the sucker who says "you have to understand the times" as a preamble to why you did nothing while your rights were tossed in the shitter. | Lots of oh so brave comments eminating from cunts sitting behind keyboards. Especially you, Jose Carballo. What a brave revolutionary you are..... | In the US and Canada as well, cops used to have a reputation for sitting at doughnut shops while ignoring their work. So, it has become a major theme for humor to associate cops with doughnuts. | All this bullshit because a bunch of French Whining Liberal Self Entitled Babies don't want to pay $300 more per year. BTW, All the *English Students(*codeword for Smart Ones) have finished their year...Good luck Quebec. Especially with that loogan no balls premier you have. | The guy in front looks so tempted! LOL | it's kind of sweet and very funny...if i'm seeing it like it is. at first, i thought they were fencing. anyone know where this is? | -- FB Comments --

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

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Unicorn Tears

These are awesome!!! | This is why I feel so dehydrated! C-;]~ ♥ | Frolic doesn't exist??? Bring Frolic that bottle! Frolic has more tears for it! C-;}-- ♥ | Everyone knows unicorns don' t exist so why not unicorn tears than?!!I do LOVE that idea! ♥ | This is compleatly unrealistic, everyone knows unicorns don't have tears. | me fucking love - unfiltered creativity | this is what Morrissey drinks! Oh dont it make you think of university??? |  i brought a bottle of that at glade festival a few years back. tripped my tits off! :-) | Bringt das einhorn besser nicht zum weinen :) denn dann wäre das das ende | -- FB Comments --

Monday, May 28, 2012


New Banksy piece in North London, denounces child labour, the Queen's celebrations and patriotism.

Banksy is fab, as ya know Tommy he is a regular in Glastonbury, cool to see he is spreading his wings a bit. X | Im not really convinced the flags have anything to do with Banksy as its not his style. The original message is true though. | banksy is nonsense. government and gallery approved street art. illegitimate. he sold work for tens of thousands of pounds. his images these days always depict a superficial reflection of some activist idea which he has carried out with no intelligent political or artistic insight. very bland and generic and the worst kind of commercial - because it pretends not to be. | Your right. Banksy should write essays on street corners to capture peoples imagination and get the message across. Wish i knew him as well as you do pal. | Banksy is awesome. Even if you're gonna quibble over his intentions and political meanings, you have to admit it's clever. Plus, on a superficial level, they just look brilliant :) | Outrageous what's wrong with the Queen :):) and child labour ....... Not our fault their parents are lazy fuckers hahahaha | Just seen it on the wall looks pukka !! Banksy is "the end of a leg !!!" | Well depicted Banksy (possiibly on the way to the bank. Still great though and apologies for the cynicism (you've done more than me to point out the shit in this world!). | Is it denouncing patriotism? Being a Royalist and a patriot can be very different things in my mind and you don't have to be both | Great piece of art...not sure he's got his politics right on this one tho ;-/ | Love this although I think this is more then just child labour. I think this refers to having great wealth at the poverty of anothers. -- FB Comments --

Please do not smile at strangers

Please do not smile at strangers I bet this is related to assaults, shitty reality... | Please whoever knows where this is take the NOT away or replace it with a smiley picture, rip it down or just do something. What a terrible message for people to see. I love givin randoms a smile they always smile too, so pass the smile people! :0) xx | lol. its a photo shop dude, but perhaps wit hthe right pair of glasses you'll see signs like this all over nyc. | In some foreign countries showing your teeth can be offensive, or considered aggressive behavior on your part, but the sign is written in English.. so idk. 0.o | Assist them, feed them, talk to them, guide them, inspire them, lead them instead. | If you smile at strangers you are a terrorist. | smile is not cool anyway :P | Smiles are very presumptive and sometimes seen as arrogant in other parts of the world... | in the bronx this is a good suggestion..avoid strangers,avoid eye contact | I think it's in mockery of how distant so many people, so close together can be. Like one of those unspoken rules, written and put in everyone's face. | this IS social commentary and not an official sign, isn't it? it must be. | Oh come on, it's NYC, land of cynics and jaded pricks! I think half of you missed the point. This is what we call "facetiousness". definition: Treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor. It's art, chill out! | I always put my Clint Eastwood face on whenever I go to buy a paper. You've got to prepare yourself for some of the headlines. And reading the Daily Mail is like spending 20 minutes in a fucking mental asylum. | Better suggestion: "Thanks for NOT smiling at strangers!" | I like it. its not stupid. smile and stranger = bad things. thing about others not only about yours experience. unusually sign, nopt every one can... | One smile can make a better day for anyone. If we smiled more, even for strangers we could be more happy. Smile is the contagious symptom of happiness! | ‎"Please do not smile at stranglers" is what my brain read at first. Good advice. | public transport is one of the few places where one can meet new people and engage in sometimes amazing conversations - would have missed out on meeting a lot of intersting people over the eyars if I had not talked to (let alone smiled at) strangers. Many people speak freely in such circumstances as the encounter generally has a beginning and an end - but can be extended with the consent of the two people involved. Eg advice re a good chiropractor in the neighbourhood! | -- FB Comments --



This is amazing! At first I thought it was a real tree! Then I thought it was made out of driftwood...then I read what it says on the's wonderful! | I got to say this is pretty kick ass! I absolutely love this | Wow that awsome! she has a lot on time on her hands..... | So totally awesome! !! I wish I had a yard guardian like that! | Another tree men. Very good idea! | I want to walk that thing around on a chain to scare all my close vicinity living inhabitants. :D | -- FB Comments --

Saturday, May 26, 2012

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Giant Tic tac toe on the Street

Giant Tic tac toe on the Street

Hahaha ... Boring Job? | that is so how I would get fired | What they are really doing when they are tearing up your road LOL | photoshopped pictures ARE a form of art in their own right. The brush or the pencil has been supplanted by PS manuals and the mouse. | the construction here takes so long, I would think they were doing this for an entire year instead of their job... | brilliance of different styles! :) | my tax money:)

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