http-equiv='refresh'/> Pics Only For You: July 2009

Thursday, July 30, 2009

World reaction to Michael Jackson's sudden death

LONDON (AP) -- Michael Jackson was due to make his triumphant return to the stage in London next month -- but instead his sudden death has left millions of fans feeling they've lost a lifelong friend. The dramatic death of the brilliant singer seemed to obscure his recent controversies and kindle warmer memories of Jackson the child star and Jackson the show-stopping, moonwalking headliner. The worldwide chorus of grief united the famous -- statesmen and superstars alike -- and the legions of ordinary people who grew up with "Thriller" and "Beat It." Word of Jackson's death jolted nearly everyone, from a young man in Colombia who was named after the King of Pop, to Malaysians who named a soy drink for him, to a generation of people around the world who have tried, in vain, to moonwalk.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Two Year Old Snake Charmers From India

While other two-year-olds are just learning to walk and talk, the children of the nomad Vadi Tribe are introduced to the centuries-old art of snake charming. All the children of the Vadi Tribe come face to face with a poisonous cobra at age two, and go through a ten-year ritual, in which they learn all the secrets of snake charming. Both boys and girls must learn to handle snakes. While men must be able to manipulate cobras by playing the flute, the women must know how to take care of the reptiles when their husbands or brothers are away. The Vadi treat snakes like their own children, never keeping them away from their natural habitat for more than seven months. Any longer than that would be disrespectful to the snakes, according to Babanath Mithunath Madari, the 60-year-old Vadi chief-charmer. In fact, the only time a snake actually bit his charmer, was when he kept it for more than seven months. Vadi snake-charmers don’t cut the fangs of their snakes, instead they feed them an herbal mixture which, they say, makes their deadly poison harmless. Unfortunately, in 1991, the thousand-year-old tradition of snake-charming was banned in India, and the Vadi tribe are stripped of their snakes whenever they are confronted by the police. They never spend more than six months in the same place.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Insect Lab presents insects - cyborgs

Studio Insect Lab creates a collection of unusual insects. It’s designers take the bodies of real insects as a framework and fill them with different repair parts of antique mechanical clocks and other electronic components. As a result they have such mechanized insects. Each of insect either beetle, spider or dragon-fly is unique and it is possible to buy any of abovementioned insects.

Monday, July 20, 2009

How Fire Must Have Been Invented Had There Been Google!

Though this is a hypothetical situation. But had there been Google then this may be how the fire would have been created.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

High Heel Race

Glamour Stiletto Run 2009 (High Heel Race)

Perhaps no European city where this has not yet been glamorous race on the stud. Here and in Berlin want to run in the women's typed enough, and a prize of ten thousand euros on the road does not lie. A stometrovku Glamour Stiletto Run 2009 with the result of 14.2 seconds, won the participant number 88, Julia Plesher

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Volkswagen Beetle By Vrbanus

It's a unique & original idea, took 2500 hours of handwork, details gilt with 24 kt gold & its ready to drive.
"Metal art workshop "Vrbanus" was founded in 1981 as a fancy-goods workshop for manufacturing items of common metals.
From that time until now, the company was modernized several times and equipped with new machines, which have speeded up the process of production and increased the quality of final products.
The basic orientation of our production consists of creating products of metal.
We process unique products based on the customers' requests.
The majority of metal shaping is manual, which ensures the originality and fully personalized look of the final product."

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Replay - Amazing Animated Short Film

In a destroyed world, the only glimpse of hope is the memory of a forgotten past. But be careful not to let your dreams control your mind…This is Replay.

Produced by Anthony Voisin.

Amazing Weight Loss Of David Smith

David Smith was 630 pounds in 2003 & decided to change himself. And he achieved this unbelievable success by doing just carb cycling. With this he lost 401 pounds which made him weigh a 229 pounds, with this he had one another problem: he still had excess skin on his body, for which he had to undergo several s?rgeries. And now he looks like any other normal guy.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009