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  • Positive Quote Wednesday – on Crystals

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    Beth
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:46 am
    Do you believe in the power of crystals? Well, I’m not sure if I do either. But I do know essential elements that the earth gives us all possess a certain energy. Let’s allow for an open mind where the planet’s gifts can offer health, hope and healing.  All the means of action – the shapeless masses – the materials – lie everywhere about us. What we need is the celestial fire to change the flint into the transparent crystal, bright and clear. That fire is genius.”” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Forests, lakes, and rivers, clouds and winds, stars and…
  • The “California Girl” Sales Girls

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    Leo
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:45 am
    by The Customer USA In early 2012 I saw a giant lump on my body after taking a shower. “Oh gosh,” I thought (euphemistically speaking). “If it’s that big, it must be everywhere inside me by now. There’ll be no way to combat it.” You see, people in my family get cancer. Then they die. […]
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    Good Things Going Around by Lisa Desatnik
    Lisa Desatnik
    25 Jul 2014 | 4:54 am
    You are awesome!
  • The PRV Report Card: This Week’s Winners & Losers

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    The PR Verdict
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    PR WINNER OF THE WEEK: “A” (PR PERFECT) to Jeff Koons, who took Manhattan in a PR blitz that transcended the art world. Koons began with a retrospective at the Whitney, which is the museum’s final show at its Madison Avenue location. He also unveiled “Split-Rocker,” a 37-foot tall work featuring over 50,000 live flowering plants, in Rockefeller Center. Koons next went into the world of fashion, designing a “Balloon Dog” handbag for retail clothing merchant H&M and decorating their flagship store in Times Square. Art lovers, tourists, youthful fashion…
  • A molecular diagnostics company joins Canada’s impact investing platform

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    SEB staff
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    Proteocyte Diagnostics Inc., a company with a unique test for early identification of oral cancers, announced that it has officially joined MaRS’ Social Venture Connexion (SVX). Proteocyte is a Canadian molecular diagnostics company that has developed a novel diagnostics test, Straticyte, that accurately detects precancerous oral lesions at high risk of becoming cancerous. The company will be providing Straticyte as a commercial diagnostic test service to dental clinics and oral pathology labs. “As an innovative healthcare company focused on preventing cancer, Proteocyte has a…
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  • Positive Quote Wednesday – on Crystals

    Beth
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:46 am
    Do you believe in the power of crystals? Well, I’m not sure if I do either. But I do know essential elements that the earth gives us all possess a certain energy. Let’s allow for an open mind where the planet’s gifts can offer health, hope and healing.  All the means of action – the shapeless masses – the materials – lie everywhere about us. What we need is the celestial fire to change the flint into the transparent crystal, bright and clear. That fire is genius.”” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Forests, lakes, and rivers, clouds and winds, stars and…
  • India Set to Plant 2 Billion Trees

    Beth
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    We’ve heard about “the tree of life.” And there’s a reason these two concepts (tree and life) are so inextricably connected. Trees offer up living energy that provides habitats for countless creatures and helps clean our air, as well as provide raw, natural beauty. In India, a massive project is underway that is set to provide better “life” for its inhabitants via the majestic tree.   Jadav “Molai” Payeng, the Indian man who single-handedly planted up 1,360 acres of forest, may soon have some competition on his hands. Or allies, depending…
  • How to Get your Sparkle Back

    Beth
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:32 am
    Did you ever notice that some people just seem to shine? Well we all have that ability but sometimes, life has a way of putting a dull cover over our natural glow. Here are some quick pointers so you can shine from the inside: * Rest, relax and eat well. Nothing makes you look better from the inside then simply taking good care of yourself. Think of how you look after a good night’s sleep. Your eyes shine, your face looks relaxed and you feel like you can take on the world. Or how about after a healthy meal? You feel more vibrant, balanced. * Clean your spirit. Yes, the dreaded…
  • Positive Quote Wednesday – on Waves

    Beth
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:52 am
    Have I ever told you I’m a surfer? (By “you”, I mean the entire shadowy world of the Internet.) That’s right, I surf. Small waves, big waves. Flying on water, that’s what I do. But waves are more than just watery walls meant to move you magically from point A to point B. Waves are metaphors.        
  • Ben Johnson – Beating the Odds…and Other Wrestlers

    Beth
    15 Jul 2014 | 6:07 am
    Ben Johnson is the hero of his own story. Even with spastic cerebral palsy, he has managed to beat the odds. Read on: Ben Jackson, a 20-year-old athlete from Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, is an avid wrestler and currently training to someday compete in international weightlifting. He also has spastic cerebral palsy, a condition that the CDC describes as a movement disorder that comes from increased muscle tone, resulting in stiff muscles and awkward movement. Jackson’s determination is the subject of a new ad from Gatorade, called “Ben Jackson, Never Finished.” “I think in…
 
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  • The “California Girl” Sales Girls

    Leo
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:45 am
    by The Customer USA In early 2012 I saw a giant lump on my body after taking a shower. “Oh gosh,” I thought (euphemistically speaking). “If it’s that big, it must be everywhere inside me by now. There’ll be no way to combat it.” You see, people in my family get cancer. Then they die. […]
  • Countdown to HeroicStories – A Status Update

    Leo
    10 Jul 2014 | 12:01 pm
    July 10, 2014 Thank you for subscribing to HeroicStories! While we’re getting things ready I thought I’d share a little progress report. Welcome! Many of you did not receive the “welcome to HeroicStories” message that now goes out when you confirm your subscription. That was all part of “growing pains” as I set up the […]
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  • Remind Yourself Everyday…

    Lisa Desatnik
    25 Jul 2014 | 4:54 am
    You are awesome!
  • The Grand City Experiment Is Spreading Kindness In Cincinnati

    Lisa Desatnik
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:36 am
    What a neat idea! Coming in October to Cincinnati is the Grand City Experiment. What is the Experiment you ask? The Grand City Experiment is a service project from this year’s C-Change, a leadership development program of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. Led by Aftab Pureval and Andrew Salzbrun, the group will be asking people to engage with neighbors, co-workers, family, friends and even strangers in a daily charge to make Greater Cincinnati more welcoming. To participate, simply share your email address at www.TheGrandCityExperiement.com. You will receive a few emails prior to October…
  • Mentoring Inspires Greatness, Pass It On

    Lisa Desatnik
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:12 am
    I had just come across a paragraph I had written awhile back for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati. It was about the importance of mentoring. Reading it inspired me to share some thoughts. To Big Brothers Big Sisters… All of us, no matter what our upbringing, will face obstacles and detours on our journey through life. Having a positive role model – a mentor – who we can count on to help guide us, teach us and inspire us is a true gift that has the rippling power to uplift our entire life. The power of an adult who cares to an impressionable young person is so huge. It…
  • From Cambray Smith: What I Learned About Hope In Haiti

    Lisa Desatnik
    16 Jul 2014 | 5:07 am
    Cambray Smith is a graduate of Wyoming High School  in Cincinnati and is interning with Good Things Going Around. Around through the summer. Please visit back as this tendor, very talented student, leader and philanthropist shares her life lessons in blog posts.  To learn more about Cambray, please visit her introduction page and you can find her posts by doing a blog search or clicking on the category with her name.     Cambray just returned from a life changing mission trip to Haiti where she learned some valuable lessons in empowerment and hope.  The divide between our two…
  • A Quote To Give You Inspiration

    Lisa Desatnik
    3 Jul 2014 | 5:45 am
    A quote to give you inspiration.  
 
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    The PR Verdict

  • The PRV Report Card: This Week’s Winners & Losers

    The PR Verdict
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    PR WINNER OF THE WEEK: “A” (PR PERFECT) to Jeff Koons, who took Manhattan in a PR blitz that transcended the art world. Koons began with a retrospective at the Whitney, which is the museum’s final show at its Madison Avenue location. He also unveiled “Split-Rocker,” a 37-foot tall work featuring over 50,000 live flowering plants, in Rockefeller Center. Koons next went into the world of fashion, designing a “Balloon Dog” handbag for retail clothing merchant H&M and decorating their flagship store in Times Square. Art lovers, tourists, youthful fashion…
  • The PRV Report Card: This Week’s Winners & Losers

    The PR Verdict
    18 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    PR WINNER OF THE WEEK: “A” (PR PERFECT) to Malala Yousafzai, for drawing international attention back to the nearly 300 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped three months ago by militant group Boko Haram. Though President Goodluck Jonathan said the Nigerian government is working hard to find the girls, there seems to be little progress. In addition to having a press conference during which Yousafzai appealed directly to the militants to “release my sisters,” she met with some of the parents of the girls—something President Jonathan has yet to do. PR LOSER OF THE WEEK: “F” (FULL…
  • The PRV Report Card: Special Celebrity Edition

    The PR Verdict
    11 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    PR WINNER OF THE WEEK: “A” (PR PERFECT) to Joan Rivers, who stormed out of a CNN interview while on a publicity tour. Rivers might have expected questions about her latest book, Diary of a Mad Diva, but host Fredricka Whitfield asked instead if Rivers felt she was being mean on her celeb fashion critique show Fashion Police, and why Rivers, an animal rights activist, wore fur on her book cover. Rivers answered for a few minutes before snapping, “You’re not the one to interview a person who does humor!” and walking off set. A stunned Whitfield later suggested the walkout was a…
  • The PRV Report Card: This Week’s Winners & Losers

    The PR Verdict
    27 Jun 2014 | 5:00 am
    PR WINNER OF THE WEEK: “A” (PR PERFECT) to the teams in the World CupWhether they won, lost, or bit opposing team members, they created drama, last-seconds goal tension, and must-see games. Gone was the bad PR facing Brazil in the weeks leading up to the games, all of it replaced by football frenzy the world over—even in the US, where it’s still called soccer.   PR LOSER OF THE WEEK: “F” (FULL FIASCO) to United States Speaker of the House John Boehner and Congress, who tied this week for new lows in partisanship. House Speaker Boehner confirmed this week that he intends to…
  • The PRV Report Card: This Week’s Winners & Losers

    The PR Verdict
    20 Jun 2014 | 5:00 am
    PR WINNER OF THE WEEK: “A” (PR PERFECT) to Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury for combining forces to fight human trafficking. The Pope, leader of over a billion Catholics worldwide, and Archbishop Justin Welby, leader of over 80 million Anglicans, pushed aside doctrinal differences and met at the Vatican to discuss a unified strategy to combat “a crime against humanity.” Yet another sign that Pope Francis is committed to doing far more than just presiding over holiday services. PR LOSER OF THE WEEK: “F” (FULL FIASCO) to President Obama, who finds himself on the…
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  • A molecular diagnostics company joins Canada’s impact investing platform

    SEB staff
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    Proteocyte Diagnostics Inc., a company with a unique test for early identification of oral cancers, announced that it has officially joined MaRS’ Social Venture Connexion (SVX). Proteocyte is a Canadian molecular diagnostics company that has developed a novel diagnostics test, Straticyte, that accurately detects precancerous oral lesions at high risk of becoming cancerous. The company will be providing Straticyte as a commercial diagnostic test service to dental clinics and oral pathology labs. “As an innovative healthcare company focused on preventing cancer, Proteocyte has a…
  • Millennials don’t want to invest in the stock market

    Melissa Ip
    8 Jul 2014 | 8:32 am
    Recent research by UBS revealed that millennials (defined as people between the ages of 21 and 36) are not investing in the stock market. UBS speculates that this behaviour is the consequence of millennials having nightmares about living through the 2008 financial crisis or seeing their parents struggle through the recession. They are described as skeptical about chasing markets. The research surveyed 1,000 millennials and found that they hold an average 52 percent of their assets in cash and only 28 percent in stocks. Non-millennials, on the other hand, hold only 23 percent of their assets…
  • Hippocampus raises $2.4 million to expand in South India

    SEB staff
    2 Jul 2014 | 6:23 am
    Unitus Seed Fund, India’s most active seed-stage impact investor, has invested in a new financing round for Hippocampus Learning Centres, the leading rural kindergarten and remedial school programs provider based in Bangalore. The new financing round was led by Asian Development Bank with participation also from Khosla Impact venture fund. Hippocampus also announced that it is now operating in four districts in the Indian state of Karnataka, is starting to scale up availability of its EnglishSTAR and MathSTAR tuition programs, and hopes to be operating in 10 districts in South India by…
  • Why Deloitte UK is choosing to work with social enterprises

    Melissa Ip
    25 Jun 2014 | 7:36 am
    Deloitte revealed today that it will be working with 12 new social enterprises in the third year of its Social Innovation Pioneers program. As with previous years, this group will get an estimated £1 million in support from Deloitte employees. In practice, this program has helped social enterprises formulate and implement strategies, look at alternative ways to generate revenue, or create an approach to seek investment. But it’s not just social enterprises that are benefitting. Deloitte is too. “This program continues to provide the perfect opportunity for our people to use their skills…
  • Bill Drayton on the importance of empathy

    Melissa Ip
    23 Jun 2014 | 6:01 am
    The single most important skill that every person must have today is empathy, according to Bill Drayton. The Ashoka founder, widely accredited with coining the phrase “social entrepreneur” which he nearly named “public service entrepreneur” instead, visited Toronto last week and drew a large crowd to come hear him speak. In 1980, Drayton founded Ashoka based on the idea that leverage was important for catapulting the citizen sector. “What’s the most powerful force in the world? Of course it’s the big pattern change idea, but only if it’s in the hands of a really great…
 
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    HooplaHa Life With a Smile

  • Famous Photographer Ricky Powell Smiles With Shenaz

    HooplaHa
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:27 am
    Bollywood actress and host Shenaz Treasuryvala explores New York City to find the biggest smiles and the stories behind them. During her trip this week, she meets Ricky Powell, a city-wide famous photographer, most known for his photos during the golden age of hip-hop, The Beastie Boys, LL Cool J, and RUN DMC. His mantra is “do you,” — stay original and faithful to yourself! This episode of Smile with Shenaz was produced by Shenaz Treasury Productions This episode of Smile with Shenaz was shot and edited by Drew Gilbert and Ray Mendez of Parlour Productions. Want more…
  • Pick A Perfect Mattress With These Science-Backed Tips

    HooplaHa
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:50 am
    Are you in the market for a new mattress? Consider these science-backed tips from our friend at Greatist that will help you pick the perfect mattress because a bad one can contribute to poor sleep quality, while a good mattress can improve it. The list includes: Replace a mattress every eight years, especially if you wake up in pain every day. Replace the box spring too. Make comfort your goal. Choose a mattress based on your personal preference. Try before you buy. Yes, you can test sleep a mattress. Look for a mattress that fits your body, conforming the your spine’s natural curve (No…
  • Athletes Doing Selfless Acts

    HooplaHa
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:09 am
    Belieftnet has compiled a list of 8 athletes who have done amazing things by selflessly giving back to society. From donating to a bone marrow registry bank to paying for the funeral of a boy whose short life ended in tragedy, the athletes show us that just because they are famous it doesn’t mean they don’t give back. The inspiring list of athletes includes, 1. Texans defensive end, J.J. Watt, made a little girl’s dreams come true when he pretended to marry her for a day. 2. Chris Seitz, a goalkeeper for FC Dallas , endured a painful procedure when he opted to donate his…
  • What We’ve Learned At Amusement Parks

    HooplaHa
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:01 am
    Summer is in full swing and the fun never stops — especially at an amusement park! You wouldn’t think an amusement park would be a place for life lessons, but take the advice of these park goers as they scream, laugh, and smile! This is a HooplaHa Original. Want more HooplaHa Originals? Check out our YouTube channel — and don’t forget to smile! (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)  Loading …
  • 7th Grader’s Guide Dog Gets Photo In Yearbook

    HooplaHa
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:26 am
    That’s Taxi, Rachel Benke’s trusty guide dog right next to her picture in the Hector Garcia Middle School yearbook. The service dog earned a spot in the  San Antonio, Texas middle school yearbook for being Rachel’s trusty friend and helping her manage the epileptic seizures she has suffered with from birth.   To read more about Rachel and Taxi’s  story click here (No Ratings Yet)  Loading …
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  • I Was Abandoned After I Had An Accident –Daddy Showkey

    knaimus
    26 Jul 2014 | 6:26 am
    Daddy Showkey epitomises the grass to grace story of talented youths from Ajegunle where he grew up. Famed for popularising the galala dance, Showkey who was the toast of music fans in the mid 90s, has seen it all- moments of triumph and near assassinations included. It’s been seven years since he recorded his last album Take Five, but Daddy Showkey is back. In this chance meeting at the Nigerian Entertainment Health Insurance Lecture in Lagos,Showkey, born John Aseimo, speaks to SAMUEL ABULUDE about his travails, relevance in the music industry and other sundry issues. What has Daddy…
  • Van Gaal to Meet Mourinho over Shaw jibe

    knaimus
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:25 am
    Louis van Gaal says he will speak to Jose Mourinho privately after the Portuguese claimed signing Luke Shaw would have “killed” Chelsea. The Red Devils paid €34 million to acquire the 19-year-old left-back from Southampton, agreeing to pay him a salary of €200,000-per-week, while the Blues pulled out of any prospective deal after learning of the teenager’s demands. Mourinho instead signed Filipe Luis from Atletico Madrid in a €20m deal and took a swipe at United on Friday, telling reporters: “To pay a 19-year-old boy what we were being asked for, for Luke Shaw, we are…
  • Reina Commit His Future To Liverpool

    knaimus
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:22 am
    Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has committed his future to Liverpool, despite claiming that he would like to retire in Spain. A loan spell at Serie A outfit Napoli last season – when he linked up with former Reds boss Rafael Benitez – put a question mark over his Liverpool future, with Simon Mignolet assuming his position in goal. However upon his recall to Merseyside, Reina insists he intends to respect his contract at Anfield – which expires in 2016 – before eventually heading back to Spain. “I have a contract to respect with Liverpool,” Reina told…
  • Shaw Signing Would Have ‘killed’ Chelsea – Mourinho

    knaimus
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:19 am
    The left-back became the best-paid teenager in football after joining Manchester United in a £30 million deal, and the Portuguese suggests the sums would have disrupted his squad Jose Mourinho has insisted signing Luke Shaw would have “killed” Chelsea’s finances and prompted unrest in the squad. The 19-year-old joined Manchester United for €37.5 million in June, with the club making him the highest-paid teenager in the world with a €200,000-a-week salary. Goal understands Chelsea pulled out of the race to sign Shaw when they became aware of the wages on offer from…
  • Going To Heaven Requires No Bomb – Sultan

    knaimus
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:15 am
    Sultan of Sokoto and president-general, Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar (III) has declared that life is sacred, thus anybody who bombs himself thinking he will go to heaven is delusional. The Sultan, who said this yesterday when he hosted security chiefs during the breaking of the Ramadan fast in his palace in Sokoto, further explained: “For us, one single life lost means a lot to us because life is sacred. You cannot love God if you do not love your neighbour and if we all agree that you cannot love God if you do not love your neighbour, then why…
 
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  • Couscous salad

    9 Jul 2014 | 4:39 am
    Couscous salad  Ingredients (one person):150g couscous1 red pepper1 tomatoA few leaves of fresh mint1 bunch of parsley10 black olives1 lemonSalt and pepper4 tbsp. tablespoons olive oilpreparation:Put the couscous in a bowl, pour in the same amount of warm slightly salted water. cover upand let rise.In another bowl mix the tomato and bell pepper diced, chopped herbs, the juice of oillemon a little salt and pepper.Fluff the cooled couscous with a fork. mix it with the preparation and olives. refrigerate atleast 1 hour or overnight for best salad that is very fragrant.
  • Chocolate cookies and coffee

    9 Jul 2014 | 4:34 am
    Chocolate cookies and coffee  ingredients1/2 tray of butter400 g milk chocolate tablets2 c. in s. cream4 packets of biscuits type 'little butter1 large bowl of cold black coffeepreparationA very low heat, melt the butter with the chocolate.Stir constantly to avoid sticking chocolate.Off the heat, add the cream.You must obtain a mid-thick semi-liquid consistency.Prepare a large rectangular dish, place parchment paper.Prepare small butter and the cup of coffee.Quickly dip the biscuits ...And have ... on the flat one after another, made ​​3 rows.Must tighten.Spread a layer of…
  • Banks With Checking Accounts

    6 Jul 2014 | 8:06 pm
    Banks With Checking Accounts  BNP Paribas file is part of a change in strategy of American justice, which should lead to the questioning of other large banks and financial intermediaries but also by other economic actors smaller.  Two other major French banks, Societe Generale and Credit Agricole, Deutsche Bank and the Mexican subsidiary Banamex Citigroup are among the establishments investigated for alleged money laundering or alleged violation of the sanctions, according to sources familiar with the matter.  The Department of Justice and other agencies, including the…
  • The connected car is of interest to investors

    6 Jul 2014 | 8:02 pm
    The connected car is of interest to investors  Technology and telecom groups could be the big winners of the revolution of the connected car, an estimated $ 50 billion over the next decade that could encourage investors to shift from conventional builders market.  Manufacturers of semiconductors such as Infineon and technology giants like Google are very involved in "smart" cars that move without a driver or use applications on your mobile phone from the dashboard.  Automakers like Nissan Motor, Audi (Volkswagen Group) or Toyota also developing their own unmanned vehicles,…
  • U.S.: the private sector has created more jobs than expected

    6 Jul 2014 | 7:58 pm
    U.S.: the private sector has created more jobs than expected   The private sector in the U.S. has created 281,000 jobs in June, a figure well above expectations and the highest since November 2012, Wednesday shows the monthly survey from market research firm ADP.  Economists polled by Reuters on average expected 200,000 new jobs. The May figure is confirmed 179,000.The U.S. dollar rose after the release of the ADP survey.  This comes on the eve of the official statistics of the labor market, due to advances in the day a public holiday of Independence Day. Reuters…
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  • This 80 Year-Old Man Hasn't Bathed In 60 Years. Just Wait Till You See Him ... Whoa.

    22 Jul 2014 | 5:02 pm
    No, it’s not a troll - it’s an 80 year-old man who hasn’t taken a bath in 60 years. They call him Amou Haji, and he lives in the village of Dezhgah (city of Farashband in Fars province of Iran). It’s hard to believe that this is a real human being. 1. It’s hard to tell, but those are human hands. imgur 2. This Iranian man, Amou Haji, hasn’t bathed in 60 years. imgur 3. It’s like he blends in with the surroundings. Payvand 4. His most valuable possession is a three-inch steel pipe … which he uses to smoke animal dung with. imgur 5. He wears a war…
  • 10 Ridiculous Luxury Items That Actually Exist

    19 Jul 2014 | 4:18 pm
    Imagine you’re rich and money were no object, what would you buy? A bigger house? A faster car? Or why not an Iphone covered in jewels and gold? Whether you have money to burn or are simply curious about how the superwealthy spend their fortune, I bet you’ll enjoy window shopping for these ridiculous luxury items. 1. Lamborghini Veneno Roadster ($5.3 million). Only nine are being built. thinkadvisor 2. The History Supreme ($4.5 billion). It’s covered in more than 220,000 pounds of platinum and gold. thinkadvisor 3. Espresso Machine ($20,000). Designed by Kees van der Westen.
  • Aww. This Baby Elephant Loves To Cuddle.

    16 Jul 2014 | 5:34 pm
    Two Canadians travel to Chiang Mai, Thailand, to visit the Patara Elephant Farm, a rescue that focuses on the health-care of elephants above all else. In this video, they meet Tara, a two-month old calf who runs over to cuddle with one of the travellers. Adorable.
  • 10 Awesome Cupcake Decoration Ideas. #8 Looks Fabulous.

    14 Jul 2014 | 5:02 pm
    Hope you’re not hungry, because by the end of this list you might feel the need to raid the nearest bakery. 1. Burger Cupcakes ohcupcakes 2. Popcorn Cupcakes penniesonaplatter 3. Hot Chocolate Cupcakes diaryofaladybird 4. Super Mario Cupcakes thecakecow 5. Cookie Monster Cupcakes zecookielounge 6. Rose Cupcakes createdby-diane 7. Cactus Cupcakes fabulous-fetes 8. Thanksgiving Turkey Cupcakes cupcakesforparty 9. Sprout Cupcakes etsy 10. Inception Cupcakes ninas-kleiner-food-blog These cupcakes almost look too good to be eaten.
  • This Slip 'N Slide Leads To A 50-Foot Drop Off A Cliff. These People Are Crazy!

    11 Jul 2014 | 5:02 pm
    In this video you’ll find a Slip ‘n Slide that ends at the edge of a 50-foot cliff. It was filmed in Lake Powell, near the border of Utah and Arizona, and looks really fun. Would you dare to try it?
 
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  • Twelve Hours Humanitarian Window in Gaza Strip

    prateek chatterjee
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:42 pm
    The latest update from Gaza Strip has struck Indian Web news recently. It is been officially reported that both the Israeli and Hamas side have agreed for a twelve hours humanitarian window over the Gaza conflict.The Israeli Defence Forces has officially tweeted about the 8am to 8pm ‘humanitarian window’ in Gaza today. Click here for the official link.It also asked Gaza civilians to refrain from returning, who were requested to vacate their residences. And in the mean time if terrorists choose to attack IDF personnel or Israeli civilians, they would respond.On the other hand Sami Abu…
  • Fifteenth Kargil Triumph Day, Vijay Divas Is Celebrating

    Amit Bhattacharjee
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:31 pm
    Nation is celebrating 15th Kargil War triumph Day or Vijay Divas of Kargil War. The day on which the nation recognizes its well deserved triumph in the Kargil War is likewise an event that conjures sentiments of both pain and pride for the groups of the brave jawans who set out their lives securing the domain of India from intruders. As the country praises the fifteenth celebration of its triumph in Kargil War, both the jawans and the groups of those murdered in the conflict have made a ton of progress. The groups of the warriors who made the supreme sacrifice for the country make it a point…
  • VLC for Windows Phone is Coming Soon in August

    Sudip Majhi
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:35 pm
    The VideoLAN developer, Thomas Nigro, has confirmed that VideoLAN is going to launch VLC media player for Windows Phone in beta version in the coming August. VLC, one of the best media player for almost all major platforms including Windows, Linux, Mac, Android, iOS is available since very long but Windows Phone users have been waiting for this.The most awaiting Windows Phone software, VLC media player, is going to be released in the coming August. This VLC media player will require Windows Phone 8.1 to install and run. There won’t be any private beta program for VLC. The VideoLAN developer…
  • Unlocking iPhone is going to be Legal in the U.S.

    Sudip Majhi
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:14 pm
    iPhone, the powerful device by Apple, is widely spread and it has millions of users worldwide. In the U.S. or other same countries, it is totally prohibited to unlock or jailbreak iPhone and other iOS devices. Basically, U.S. citizens get iPhone and other iOS devices with some carrier restrictions or country restrictions. That means, you cannot use your U.S. iPhone in other countries where your carrier is not available. The problem can be solved by unlocking your iPhone, which has been illegal in any country.On the other hand, anybody has the right to do anything when he/she is buying…
  • Kick (2014) First Day (Friday) Worldwide Box Office Collection

    Aditya Dey
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:01 pm
    In the holy event of Eid 2014 Bollywood’s ultimate ‘Bhaijaan’ Salman Khan offered his latest movie ‘Kick’ to his fans. “Kick” (2014) was surely the most awaited film of this year and the buzz around this film over the social media was huge. It was trending in all over the web since the launch of “Kick” Movie Trailer. The film is expected to do huge business all over the world and the ‘Kick’ Worldwide Box Office Collection Report will surely break many records. Majority of the trade analysts have already predicted that Salman Khan’s ‘Kick’ will get the biggest…
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