Here are some leaked images of Apples ‘cheap’ iPhone 4s from a reliable source through Tinh via iClarified.
Signs from around the world. Living, rather upright proof that pictures say the darndest things.
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It’s a wierd world and that’s an understatement. If your loved one dies in Taiwan a funerary option open to you is the Electric Flower Car (EFC), a wheeled, neon-lit platform upon which women strip down to their bare essentials.
University of South Carolina anthropologist Marc L. Moskowitz recently did a documentary ‘Dancing for the Dead: Funeral Strippers in Taiwan’ which detailed the practice.
According to Mosckowitz the habit is more prevalent in rural areas. Here is the full interview with Mosckowitz.
The tradition supposedly started about 20 years ago, when the Taiwanese mafia people who run the sleazy nightclub business took over significant sections of the island’s mortuary business.
Continuing with our cheerful web site series. Today we look at YouIdiot. YouIdiot is a collection of funny user submitted pictures and videos showing people at the peak of idiocy.
Here are some sample pictures. What better way to start your day. We all need a giggle. Remember if you are on the lookout for quality web hosting, take a look at my South African Web hosting review.
Land Reform and Rural Development Minister Gugile Nkwinti has according to reports in the City Press said that the expropriation of land without compensation is a possibility in future if the current leadership fails to speed up land reform.
City Press reported on Sunday that Nkwinti told the newspaper it was important to be “realistic” about the call of the ANC Youth League for the forced takeover of land to speed up redistribution.
“Julius says we as the youth league put the matter the way we think we should put it, and says the minister will have to find a way of putting it in government language. That’s my job and he was correct,” Nkwinti said.
Sadly some in the ANC structures, Julius Malema, more so than other have mastered the art of ignorant crowd pleasing speeches like a certain neighbor up north.
An art perfected by a German in the early 20th century, rouse the crowds, please them. You grow in political stature to the detriment of a particular race, the economy or both.
I hope this cheap politicking does not go far and up within the ANC echelons and into the psych of ordinary South Africans.
In 2006, Warren Buffett made a pledge to gradually give the bulk of his wealth from Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. away to charity. By donating $1.78 billion to several charities, he is keeping in line with his pledge to donate 99% of his wealth.
According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Buffett donated on Thursday 19.34 million Class B shares of his insurance and investment company Berkshire Hathaway Inc to the Gates Foundation.
The B shares closed up $1.25 at $77.77, while Berkshire Class A shares closed up $1,840 at $116,640.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation focuses on bringing innovations to health, development and learning to the global community.
Warren Buffett (born August 30, 1930) is an American investor, industrialist and philanthropist. He is widely regarded as one of the most successful investors in the world.
Buffett is the world’s third-richest person, with a $50 billion net worth, according to Forbes magazine.