Senin, 09 Juni 2008

Cross Bag: Hwang Kum Style

Damn.. it was so cool..

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Cross Bag

Unit price US$45.00

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Kamis, 05 Juni 2008

Game flash: Newground Rumble

This game was awesome! It's so addicting and is very fun.

The best game of newgrounds! have my favorites characters! the hank, fancy pants, pico, convict ,alloy, alien hominid and piconjo!! You should to try this.


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Chicken Mc D .. Yummy

Chicken Selects Premium Breast Strips from McDonald's (5 pieces) with creamy ranch sauce

830 calories
55g fat
(4.5g trans fat)
48 g carbs

The only thing "premium" about these strips is the caloric price you pay. Add a large fries and regular soda and this seemingly innocuous chicken meal tops out at 1,710 calories.

Change Your Chicken: 20 McNuggets have the same impact. Instead, choose Mickey D's six-piece offering with BBQ sauce and save yourself 530 calories.

Source : Men's

Senin, 02 Juni 2008

Fire on Universal Studio

A large fire has broken out on a sound stage at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, California.

The dramatic Sunday blaze that destroyed portions of the Universal Studios Hollywood back lot was accidentally touched off by company employees using a blowtorch to heat asphalt roofing shingles, authorities said.

Los Angeles County fire officials said two workers and a supervisor were putting up shingles in an alley on the New York Street set. They finished at 3 a.m., spent an hour watching for any sign of fire, then took a break.

Preliminary results of air tests at Universal Studios' smoky back lots Sunday found levels of benzene and other toxic contaminants six times or more above normal.

At those levels, firefighters and anyone else in the immediate vicinity of the blaze could have experienced respiratory irritation, South Coast Air Quality Management District spokesman Sam Atwood said. But Atwood added that


Gentleman Do

Always be polite
Even if you don't like someone, there is no need to lower yourself to their level. Be polite and courteous; show that you're the better man.

Do not lose your temper
When you lose your temper, you are showing everyone that you can't control your emotions. If you can't even control yourself, then how can you possibly control anything else? Keep your cool at all times (it won't be easy but it is worth the effort) and people will take positive note of your levelheadedness.

Do not interrupt
Let people finish what they are saying before adding your comments. Interrupting others is a sign of poor etiquette and a lack of social skills. If you want to come across as egotistical, you can do so by constantly interrupting.

Do not laugh at others' mistakes
This is perhaps one of the cruelest things one can do. When you mess up, the last thing you want is for someone not only to bring it to your attention, but to ridicule you on top of that.

Remove your hat indoors
This rule seems to have gone out the window these days. You should remove your headwear upon entering a building. Furthermore, never keep your hat on while at the dinner table. It reflects very poor etiquette.


Review: Iron Man

Reviewed by:
Eric Alt

Directed by: Jon Favreau

The Skinny: Iron Man, based on the Marvel comic book, is about billionaire weapons manufacturer and jet-setting playboy Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), who has to do a serious gut check when he's kidnapped by Afghani terrorists and forced to build a missile. Instead, he creates a suit of armor that, with some refining, turns him into a superpowered hero known as Iron Man.

The Good: It doesn't reinvent the genre, but Iron Man is nearly note-perfect. It's genuinely funny, the special effects are bulletproof, the dialogue better than your average superhero movie, and the cast is flawless—especially Downey, who, in retrospect, seems as no-brainer a casting call as Patrick Stewart in X-Men. He's a comic book movie rarity—an adult hero who actually has his shit together, and whose call to action isn't rooted in childhood emotional trauma.

The Bad: There's actually not that much action, but oddly the movie doesn't suffer for it. Maybe that's because, unlike the similarly action-deprived Ghost Rider, the characters are more entertaining than the superheroics. So it's kind of a knock against the movie, but also kind of a positive. The climactic battle contains a few head-scratching moments (how can she…? And why doesn't he…? Argh, damn spoilers), but it's all forgivable.

What? Not to give it away, but the movie ends on an unexpected (and funny) cliff-hanger that leaves you wanting more, in the best way possible.

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Review: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Reviewed by:
Eric Alt

Directed by: Steven Spielberg

The Skinny: Almost 20 years after The Not-So-Last-After-All Crusade, the fourth Indiana Jones chapter finds an older Indy struggling to come to terms with a 1957 Red Menace America very different from 1930s World War II America. This time, he's trying to beat the Russians to a mystical skull that may have ties to ancient Mayan civilization…and beyond.

The Good: From the start, the tone is right on—Indy's a man out of his element and out of his era, so his creaks and cracks are meant to show. Ford seems happy to be back in the fedora. And even at its silliest the movie reminds us that, despite all the geeks' obsessive nit-picking, this stuff is meant to be fun. Shia LaBeouf is a good foil for Ford; the movie's best scenes revolve around their rapport.

The Bad: For a franchise that prided itself on stunt work, the use of CGI here, in a word, sucks. We could have done without the CGI gophers (thanks, George), the CGI Tarzan sequence (seriously, Lucas, retire), and the green-screen sword fight (Steven, you do know you can say "no" to him, right?). Commies are a weak substitute for Nazis, and this is also the laziest Indiana Jones story—characters and plotlines come and go without consequence.

There's Being Inspired, and Then There's Being Nagged: Spielberg said he finally relented and made Indy 4 after years of fans begging him to do it. Now, those same fan boys are ripping the movie for being uninspired. Guess what, guys: It's your fault.

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Minggu, 01 Juni 2008

Photo Uncontacted Tribe Found in Brazil

This image released Thursday by Survival International, shows uncontacted Indians of the Ethno-Environmental Protected Area along the Envira River, in the Brazilian state of Acre, close to the border with Peru, photographed during a flight in May 2008. (AP Photo/Funai / May 29, 2008)

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil - One of Brazil's last uncontacted Indian tribes has been spotted in the far western Amazon jungle near the Peruvian border, the National Indian Foundation said Thursday.

The Indians were sighted in an Ethno-Environmental Protected Area along the Envira River in flights over remote Acre state, said the Brazilian government foundation, known as Funai.

Funai said it photographed "strong and healthy" warriors, six huts and a large planted area. But it was not known to which tribe they belonged, the group said.

Survival International said the Indians are in danger from illegal logging in Peru, which is driving tribes over the border and could lead to conflict with the estimated 500 uncontacted Indians now living on the Brazilian side.

There are more than 100 uncontacted tribes worldwide, most of them in Brazil and Peru, the group said in a statement.

"These pictures are further evidence that uncontacted tribes really do exist," Survival director Stephen Corry said.

"The world needs to wake up to this, and ensure that their territory is protected in accordance with international law. Otherwise, they will soon be made extinct.