Monday, December 29, 2008

Blind 5 Year Old Korean Girl Pianist - Child Genius

This gifted 5 year old blind Korean girl plays songs on the piano after hearing them just once. She was born blind and was adopted at the age of 3. She can play Mozart, Chopin, and Beethoven among others.

This clip from 2003 has received over 23 million hits on the Korean website Pandora TV, and over 2 million hits on YouTube. Her score of 95 is the highest ever on the Korean variety show Star King.

Your Personality By Month Of Birth

JANUARY
*Ambitious and serious *Loves to teach and be taught *Always looking at people's flaws and weaknesses *Likes to criticize *Hardworking and productive *Smart, neat and organised *Sensitive and has deep thoughts *Knows how to make others happy *Quiet unless excited or tensed *Rather reserved *Highly attentive *Resistant to illnesses but prone to colds *Romantic but has difficulties expressing love *Loves children *Homely person *Loyal *Needs to improve social abilities *Easily jealous.

FEBRUARY
*Abstract thoughts *Loves reality and abstract *Intelligent and clever *Changing personality *Temperamental *Quiet, shy and humble *Low self esteem *Honest and loyal *Determined to reach goals *Loves freedom *Rebellious when restricted *Loves aggressiveness *Too sensitive and easily hurt *Showing anger easily *Dislike unnecessary things *Loves making friends but rarely shows it *Daring and stubborn *Ambitious *Realizing dreams and hopes *Sharp *Loves entertainment and leisure *Romantic on the inside not outside *Superstitious and ludicrous *Spendthrift *Learns to show emotions.

MARCH
*Attractive personality *Affectionate *Shy and reserved *Secretive *Naturally honest, generous and sympathetic *Loves peace and serenity *Sensitive to others *Loves to serve others *Not easily angered *Trustworthy *Appreciative and returns kindness *Observant and assess others *Revengeful *Loves to dream and fantasize *Loves traveling *Loves attention *Hasty decisions in choosing partners *Loves home decors *Musically talented *Loves special things *Moody.

APRIL
*Active and dynamic *Decisive and haste but tends to regret *Attractive and affectionate to oneself *Strong mentality *Loves attention *Diplomatic *Consoling *Friendly and solves people's problems *Brave and fearless *Adventurous *Loving and caring *Suave and generous *Emotional *Revengeful *Aggressive *Hasty *Good memory *Moving *Motivate oneself and the others *Sickness usually of the head and chest *Easily get too jealous.

MAY
*Stubborn and hard-hearted *Strong-willed and highly motivated *Sharp thoughts *Easily angered *Attracts others and loves attention *Deep feelings *Beautiful physically and mentally *Firm standpoint *Easily influenced *Needs no motivation *Easily consoled *Systematic (left brain) *Loves to dream *Strong clairvoyance *Understanding *Sickness usually in the ear and neck *Good imagination *Good debating skills *Good physical *Weak breathing *Loves literature and the arts *Loves traveling *Dislike being at home *Restless *Hardworking *High spirited *Spendthrift

JUNE
*Thinks far with vision *Easily influenced by kindness *Polite and soft-spoken *Having lots of ideas *Sensitive *Active mind *Hesitating *Tends to delay *Choosy and always wants the best *Temperamental *Funny and humorous *Loves to joke *Good debating skills *Talkative *Daydreamer *Friendly *Knows how to make friends *Abiding *Able to show character *Easily hurt *Prone to getting colds *Loves to dress up *Easily bored *Fussy *Seldom show emotions *Takes time to recover when hurt *Brand conscious *Executive *Stubborn *Those who loves me are enemies *Those who hates me are friends.

JULY
*Fun to be with *Secretive *Difficult to fathom and to be understood *Quiet unless excited or tensed *Takes pride in oneself *Has reputation *Easily consoled *Honest *Concern about people's feelings *Tactful *Friendly *Approachable *Very emotional *Temperamental and unpredictable *Moody and easily hurt *Witty and starkly *Sentimental *Not revengeful *Forgiving but never forgets *Dislike nonsensical and unnecessary things *Guides others physically and mentally *Sensitive and forms impressions carefully *Caring and loving *Treats others equally *Strong sense of sympathy *Wary and sharp *Judge people through observations *Hardworking *No difficulties in studying *Loves to be alone *Always broods about the past and the old friends *Likes to be quiet *Homely person *Waits for friends *Never looks for friends *Not aggressive unless provoked *Prone to having stomach and dieting problems *Loves to be loved *Easily hurt but takes long to recover *Overly concerned *Puts in effort in work.

AUGUST
*Loves to joke *Attractive *Suave and caring *Brave and fearless *Firm and has leadership qualities *Knows how to console others *Too generous and egoistic *Take high pride of oneself *Thirsty for praises *Extraordinary spirit *Easily angered *Angry when provoked *Easily jealous *Observant *Careful and cautious *Thinks quickly *Independent thoughts *Loves to lead and to be led *Loves to dream *Talented in the arts, music and defense *Sensitive but not petty *Poor resistance against illnesses *Learns to relax *Hasty and rusty *Romantic *Loving and caring *Loves to make friends.

SEPTEMBER
*Suave and compromising *Careful, cautious and organized *Likes to point out people's mistakes *Likes to criticize *Quiet but able to talk well *Calm and cool *Kind and sympathetic *Concerned and detailed *Trustworthy, loyal and honest *Does work well *Sensitive *Thinking *Good memory *Clever and knowledgeable *Loves to look for information *Must control oneself when criticizing *Able to motivate oneself *Understanding *Secretive *Loves sports, leisure and traveling *Hardly shows emotions *Tends to bottle up feelings *Choosy especially in relationships *Loves wide things *Systematic.

OCTOBER
*Loves to chat *Loves those who loves him *Loves to takes things at the center *Attractive and suave *Inner and physical beauty *Does not lie or pretend *Sympathetic *Treats friends importantly *Always making friends *Easily hurt but recovers easily *Bad tempered *Selfish *Seldom helps unless asked *Daydreamer *Very opinionated *Does not care of what others think *Emotional *Decisive *Strong clairvoyance *Loves to travel, the arts and literature *Soft-spoken, loving and caring *Romantic *Touchy and easily jealous *Concerned *Loves outdoors *Just and fair *Spendthrift and easily influenced *Easily lose confidence.

NOVEMBER
*Has a lot of ideas *Difficult to fathom *Thinks forward *Unique and brilliant *Extraordinary ideas *Sharp thinking *Fine and strong clairvoyance *Can become good doctors *Careful and cautious *Dynamic in personality *Secretive *Inquisitive *Knows how to dig secrets *Always thinking *Less talkative but amiable *Brave and generous *Patient *Stubborn and hard-hearted *If there is a will, there is a way *Determined *Never give up *Hardly become angry unless provoked *Loves to be alone *Thinks differently from others *Sharp-minded *Motivates oneself *Does not appreciate praises *High-spirited *Well-built and tough *Deep love and emotions *Romantic *Uncertain in relationships *Homely *Hardworking *High abilities *Trustworthy *Honest and keeps secrets *Not able to control emotions *Unpredictable.

DECEMBER
*Loyal and generous *Patriotic *Active in games and interactions *Impatient and hasty *Ambitious *Influential in organizations *Fun to be with *Loves to socialize *Loves praises *Loves attention *Loves to be loved *Honest and trustworthy *Not pretending *Short tempered *Changing personality *Not egoistic *Takes high pride in oneself *Hates restrictions *Loves to joke *Good sense of humor *Logical.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Thanks A Million, Philip Townsend !!!

To: Philip Townsend

Thanks for your donation to my blog via pay pal donate button on Dec 15th, 2008. I was so happy because you are the first person to donate!

Here's wishing you and your family a blessed Christmas, full of joy and laughter, and may this new year 2009 brings with it an abundant of success to you!

Kindly excuse me if this message sounds weird as English is not my mother tongue.

Lastly, I wish to dedicate this video, Amazing Grace, to you. Enjoy!



Amazing Grace - Christmas Lights - Click here for this week’s top video clips

Saturday, December 20, 2008

"Once Upon A Holy Night"

Merry Christmas Everyone!!!


"Once Upon A Holy Night" - The most popular videos are here

Most Shocking - Insane Building Collapse

Caught on video as it happened, a building collapsed in Philippine due to cheap building materials used and inferior workmanship. Luckily, nobody was hurt in this incident.


Most Shocking - Insane Building Collapse - from TruTV.com - Click here for the funniest movie of the week

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Just How Bad Was the U.S. Economy in 2008?

If you want to know how badly the stock market is really doing right now, you might want to take a look at this chart. Each block represents a year, and each column represents a range of return on the S&P index. Over on the right side are those years where the index has soared upward 50 percent or 60 percent. The large middle range represents more typical years, where the market has risen less than 10 percent.

That little black box on the far left, with only the Great Depression year of 1931 in the same column? That would be this year.


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The Most Famous Face Never Seen


In 1969, it was an image burned into the imaginations of millions of viewers around the world. Because the picture itself was out of this world...and on the moon.

It's the photograph of astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the moon during the famous Apollo 11 landing. While Aldrin was only the second man to set foot on the moon, following Neil Armstrong, it was Armstrong's duty to record the historic adventure, and consequently the most famous images from that flight feature Aldrin. That includes the famed image of the moon, the space capsule, and even Armstrong, reflected in the visor of Aldrin's spacesuit helmet, a photo that was reproduced over and over for years.

Space appeared to be Aldrin's destiny. His mother's maiden name was Moon, a quirky foretelling of just how far her son would one day go. And after that famous mission, Aldrin continued on in field of space travel, acting as a consultant for NASA and moviemakers, designing rockets, founding the Starcraft Boosters company, and speaking frequently on the concept of privatizing space travel.

Nearly 40 years after his visored image flashed around the world, Aldrin is still seen incognito, through another medium. Each year the MTV video awards hand out the Buzzy statuettes for best music videos. The bulky, space-suited figure, was crafted from the image of Aldrin on the moon.

Iced Cream, the origins


Nothing says summer, quite like the ring from an ice cream truck's little bells. But back in the beginning, there were no trucks. In fact, even wheels were in short supply.

The first recorded evidence of an ice/milk combination food, goes back to the fourth century B.C. More detailed evidence of ice and fruit toppings can be found in Nero's Roman history from the first century A.D. But the most solid evidence of all, is seventh century writings from China, which detail King Tang's personal recipe for ice and milk dishes.

The dessert likely made its way from China with European sailors, who took it home and started a boom that eventually produced sherbets, ices, ice milks and more. While some people tend to thing of it as a 19th century fad, it was actually served in the 1700s in America, by luminaries like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. In fact, the very first ice cream parlor in America, opened in New York City, in 1776.

Of course, back then, making it was no treat, even if the outcome was. While there were various technique employed up to the mid 1800s, it was Nancy Johnson, who in 1846 created the same process that is used today, although with modernized equipment. Johnson didn't patent her hand-cranked freezer, but when William Young filed a patent two years later, he named it after her.

The business was up and running. Jacob Fussel of Baltimore built the first large-scale ice cream plant in 1851, and in 1897, Alfred L. Cralled patented the ice cream mold and "scooper", that half-ball shaped utensil for digging deep into the chocolate ripple.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

An Idiot...THE Idiot -Classic Video Example

This idiotic driver nearly got himself killed when he obiously did not see the train ramps closing. Luckily, his/her guardian angel was nearby, giving him/her the second chance to life...

India Angry Over Fake Taj Mahal

Tensions between Bangladesh and India have escalated after it emerged a film director is constructing a life-size copy of the Taj Mahal.

The replica Taj Mahal is being built to the exact size

The Indian embassy in Bangladesh has voiced its displeasure over the exact copy - and is hoping to sue for copyright infringement.

A spokesman at the Indian High Commission in Dhaka fumed: "You can't just go and copy historical monuments.

"Someone will go out there and have a look. The reports we are reading say it is an exact replica."

The original Taj Mahal

The £38m building, commissioned by wealthy director Ahsanullah Moni, will be located about 20 miles north east of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka.

Construction began five years ago but Mr Moni says he came up with the idea in 1980 after first visiting the original "Monument to Love" in Agra, India.

He has imported marble and granite from Italy, diamonds from Belgium and used 160kg of bronze for the dome.

In support of his project, he said: "Everyone dreams about seeing the Taj Mahal but very few Bangladeshis can make the trip because it's too expensive for them."

The construction site of the replica Taj Mahal

The Indian High Commission says it hopes to sue Mr Moni for copyright infringement.

But Joel Smith, intellectual property partner at law firm Herbert Smith LLP, questioned that suggestion.

He said: "If Indian law is anything like English law, any claim would be way out of the scope of the protection."

Mr Smith added that in England, copyright in the plans for a building only lasts for 70 years after the death of the architect.

The original Taj Mahal palace was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died giving birth in 1631.


Remarks: If the argument goes like that, pretty soon, we can have fake Statue of Liberty, fake Leaning Tower of Pisa, fake Eiffel Tower, etc...

Friday, December 12, 2008

Another Touching Story-One Eyed Mom

Hi, here's is a very touching story, enjoy reading...







My mom only had one eye. I hated her... she was such an
embarrassment.
She cooked for students & teachers to support the family.


There was this one day during elementary school where my mom came to
say hello to me.


I was so embarrassed.


How could she do this to me?

I ignored her, threw her a hateful look and ran out.



The next day at school one of my classmates said, 'EEEE, your mom only
has one eye!'


I wanted to bury myself.

I also wanted my mom to just disappear.

I confronted her that day and said, ' If you're only go make

me a laughing stock, why don't you just die?'



My mom did not respond...

I didn't even stop to think for a second about what I had said,
because
I was full of anger.

I was oblivious to her feelings.



I wanted out of that house, and have

nothing to do with her.

So I studied real hard, got a chance to go abroad to study..

Then, I got married.

I bought a house of my own.

I had kids of my own.

I was happy with my life, my kids and the comforts. Then one day, my

mother came to visit me.



She hadn't seen me in years and she didn't even meet her
grandchildren..


When she stood by the door, my children laughed at her, and I yelled
at
her for coming over uninvited.

I screamed at her, 'How dare you come to my house and scare my
children!'
GET OUT OF HERE! NOW!!!'






And to this, my mother quietly answered, 'Oh, I'm so sorry. I may
have
gotten the wrong address,' and she disappeared out of sight.



One day, a letter regarding a school reunion came to my house.

So I lied to my wife that I was going on a business trip.

After the reunion, I went to the old shack just out of curiosity.



My neighbors said that she died.

I did not shed a single tear.

They handed me a letter that she had wanted me to have.



'My dearest son,

I think of you all the time. I'm sorry that I came to your

house and

scared your children.

I was so glad when I heard you were coming for the reunion.

But I may not be able to even get out of bed to see you..

I'm sorry that I was a constant embarrassment to you when you were

growing up.



You see.........when you were very little, you got into an accident,
and
lost your eye.

As a mother, I couldn't stand

watching you

having to grow up with one eye.

So I gave you mine.

I was so proud of my son who was seeing a whole new world for me, in
my
place, with that eye.



With all my love to you,

Your mother.

A Heart Warming Story

A boy was born to a couple after eleven years of marriage. They were a loving couple and the boy was the gem of their eyes. When the boy was around two years old, one morning the husband saw a medicine bottle open. He was late for office so he asked his wife to cap the bottle and keep it in the cupboard. His wife, preoccupied in the kitchen totally forgot the matter.

The boy saw the bottle and playfully went to the bottle fascinated by its color and drank it all. It happened to be a poisonous medicine meant for adults in small dosages. When the child collapsed the mother hurried him to the hospital. He died. The mother was stunned. She was terrified how she was going to face her husband. When the distraught father came to the hospital and saw the dead child, he looked at his wife and uttered just five words.


QUESTIONS :


1. What were the five words ?

2. What is the implication of this story?




ANSWER
:

The husband just said 'I am with you Darling'. The husband's totally unexpected reaction is a proactive behavior. The child is dead. He can never be brought back to life. There is no point in finding fault with the mother. Besides, if only he had taken time to keep the bottle away, this would not have happened. No one is to be blamed. She had also lost her only child. What she needed at that moment was consolation and sympathy from the husband. That is what he gave her. If everyone can look at life with this kind of perspective, there would be much fewer problems in the world. 'A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.' Take off all your envies, jealousies, unforgiveness, selfishness, and fears. And you will find things are actually not as difficult as you think.


MORAL OF THE STORY


This story is really worth reading. Sometimes we spend time in asking who is responsible or whom to blame, whether in a relationship, in a job or with the people we know. By this way we miss out some warmth in human relationship.


Have a nice and blessed day

Apparently Money Does Buy Happiness


The next time that someone tells you that money can't buy
happiness, tell them that they are wrong. New research
published in Britain has shown that even winning a small lottery
or receiving an inheritance can produce contentment in average
people. Professors Andrew Oswald and Jonathan Gardner of
Warwick University in central England tracked 9,000 families
over the past decade to study whether there was a link between
cash windfalls and contentment. "We find a very strong link
between cash falling on you and higher contentment and better
mental health in the following year," said Oswald.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Guardian angel in the way

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"I was staying with my mother for a short time, and to make a long story short we had a terrible relationship. I lived with her for three months and she wanted $3000 dollars from me for it (although I was raised a foster kid, so its not like she ever did anything for me before). Anyway, I didn't have the money so she decided she would keep all my stuff, including personal items and even all my baby's stuff. We made a deal that she could keep my TV (the one in the photo), if she let me have everything else of mine. So, it was agreed. I was then planning on going to court after I moved out from her house, to get the TV back, since I still have to pay for it. The reason I was taking this photo was to have a visual aid for the judge (even though I didn't need it because I had receipts). What blew me away was this was the only photo that I was trying to take and I couldn't get it to come out, because I believe this angel in the photo was purposely in the way! I didn't pursue getting the TV from her, so she still has it. I think this angel was telling me it just wasn't worth it. I have seen the angel a few times since, but not in any other photos..."

Major Threat to Human Fertility and Very Existence of Human Life


A long-term feeding study commissioned by the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety confirms genetically modified (GM) corn seriously affects reproductive health in mice.

Non-GMO advocates, who have warned about this infertility link along with other health risks, now seek an immediate ban of all GM foods and GM crops to protect the health of humankind and the fertility of women around the world.

Feeding mice with genetically modified corn developed by the US-based Monsanto Corporation led to lower fertility and body weight, according to the study conducted by the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna. Lead author of the study Professor Zentek said there was a direct link between the decrease in fertility and the GM diet, and that mice fed with non-GE corn reproduced more efficiently.

Other studies have also found that offspring of rats fed GM soy showed a five-fold increase in mortality, lower birth weights, and the inability to reproduce.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Youngest Mom at 5



One of the photographs meanwhile that changed medical history is that of Lina Medina, the youngest mother who gave birth at the age of five. Born in Peru in 1933, Lina was brought to the local hospital by her parents because of an increasingly enlarged belly, which they first thought of a tumor. After a series of tests however, the doctors confirmed that she was seven months pregnant. A month later Lina gave birth to a baby boy whom she named Gerardo, after her doctor.

Lina Medina is the first known case of precocious pregnancy, and based on studies it was shown that she had an advanced menarche development resulting to menstruation at the age of 8 months, prominent breasts upon turning four, and bone maturation at age 5.

Her son Gerardo was first raised knowing that Lina was his sister, but eventually he found out that she was his mother at the age of 10. In 1972, Lina married and gave birth to her second son, 33 years after Gerardo was born. Gerardo soon died seven years later at the age of 40, due to a bone marrow disease. Lina, who is now aged 74, continues to live with her husband in Chicago, Chico, in Lima, Peru.

Gourmet Food, Anyone?


A waitress pours a favorite Chinese wine, soaked with various herbs and snakes, into a glass for a customer at a restaurant in Beijing. You know, to wash away the taste of the dog you just ate.



Florentino Azpetia, chef at Girasoles restaurant in Mexico City, prepares a grasshopper taco (taco de chapulines), a typical Mexican delicacy, in the restaurant’s kitchen. Maggots (gusanos del maguey), grasshoppers (chapulines) and white ant eggs (escamoles) form part of a Mexican specialty cuisine which features over 500 edible insects and bugs.



Giant grilled spiders. Two Cambodian women selling grilled spiders in Phnom Penh’s central market, 09 August 2001 try to attract customers as one of them display a specimen to a passer by. Grilled insects such as those big spiders are very popular with Cambodians who eat them as snack any time during the day.



Fried scorpions. A Thai worker arranges fried scorpions in the kitchen of ‘Insects Inter in Bangkok, 12 September 2002. Insects Inter has capitalised on the local taste for fried insects, typically sold by street vendors, and created a franchise to take the tasty bugs up market.
Bet you won’t need any hot sauce on those.



In this village where people eat rats, there are a dozen of rats hunters like this man and each day they sell their catch for about one dollar per kilogram.



A woman looks at a dish of worms during the Taipei Chinese Food Festival. Oh joy.



A Thai worker prepares grubs to cook.

The Doomsday Clock






There is a clock at the University of Chicago called the Doomsday Clock whose time perpetually lingers just shy of midnight. On this clock, midnight metaphorically represents full nuclear war bringing an end to all civilization, and the clock is meant as a gauge to constantly indicate humankind's proximity to this horrific event. When it was introduced in 1947, it was set for seven minutes to midnight. Since that day, its minute hand has wandered around on the upper-left quarter of the clock face, inching closer to 12:00 when the threat of nuclear war grows, and crawling away as the risk fades. It has been as close as two minutes to midnight in 1953, and as far as seventeen minutes in 1991. If its caretakers ever set it for midnight, it will probably be the last thing they ever do.

Nature's Best Photography 2008 Award Winners

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Hundreds of thousands of images have been submitted to the Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards competition. Here are some of 2008’s winners.

This international competition is one of the most prestigious photo contests open to public participation. Each winning image was selected for excellence in light, subject, and artistic composition.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Dog Risked Life To Save Injured Friend

Its so touching to watch what the animal kingdom could do for a friend.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Astral Travel with Denise Linn

Learn how to astral travel...guided travel. May you have success. Hope to succeed one day and proclaim myself an astral traveler...

Empowering Visualization

An empowering and inspirational movie presentation from http://www.iempower.org for creatively visualizing what you want, harnessing your personal power and using the law of attraction. It's full of positive affirmations and inspirational quotes to motivate you to create your own reality, using the power of your mind and your intentions.


How Copperfield Made The Statue Of Liberty Disappear

The first video you are about to see is the actual illusion as performed by the greatest illusionist od all, David Copperfield, vanishing the Statue of Liberty. The second video, however, will REVEAL how the illusion was performed, theoretically. It may or may not be the actual method used by the magician himself. Still, if you DO NOT wish to know how the trick was done, please do not watch the second video.




How The Trick Was Performed...

Sunday, November 30, 2008

6 simple steps towards achieving your goal

Every day that goes by, you either move closer towards achieving a goal or you move further away from that goal. If you do nothing you are moving away from the goal. Following these steps will guarantee that you will move towards your goal each day.

1. Gain a Clear Picture of What You Want to Achieve

You can’t move towards a goal unless you have a clear idea about what that goal is. This picture must be specific. You can’t simply state that you want “a better job”; rather you must clearly picture what that job will be and why it will be better.

2. Spend Time Visualizing Your Success

Get as detailed a picture as possible in your mind, even taking the time to write down your goals in significant detail. Whenever you find yourself getting discouraged, go somewhere quiet for a little while and use that time to visualize success in your endeavors.

3. Associate Immense Pleasure with Achieving Your Goal

Consider how you will feel when succeed. What will it be like? How much joy will you have? How will you celebrate? Make the level of pleasure as deep and realistic as possible.

4. Associate Intense Pain with the Idea of Failure

What are the pains associated with not achieving your goals? What will you NOT have? What will it look like to those around you? How will you feel about yourself?

5. Focus on Doing Something Important Each Day towards Your Reaching Your Goals

You need to do something every day from this list. That means even on days when you are busy with other things, tired, or when unexpected things fill your time, you need to find someway to do something that helps you move forward. Even if it is a simple act it will help you keep your personal momentum moving in the right direction.

6. Keep Your Goal at the Forefront of Your Mind

Not only do you need to have a clear picture in your mind about what you would like to achieve in your goal, you also need to keep that goal at the front of your mind.

Strange toys for kids

Wonder who will buy this toy for their kids.



Friday, November 28, 2008

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Prices Of Girls

Singapore's Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa, a Chinese mythological theme park located in Singapore, is famous for its “beyond your wildest imagination” statues, sculptures, and exhibits. Most of everything at Haw Par Villa is based on famous Chinese historical personalities, mythology and legends.













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