Laziness? I’d say it’s creativity more like. With our developing technology we are always striving to make things easier and more convenient for ourselves- from laziness spawns creativity no?
The “internet of things” refers to devices
that are hooked up to the internet to allow live streams of data to be
monitored. The term covers everything from household appliances to
widgets in power plants and everything in between.”
so the thermometer is networked presumably so it can data back to ‘base’, nobody at the casino realized the significance of this, and the hackers got onto the network via the fish tank thermometer..
“Scott Wade is an artist and he creates fabulous art out of a dirty car
windows. Scott was living in Central Texas for 20 years hence cars were
always dirty. He often used to doodle on the cars.”
Well if these things were in every city then they would just be “normal” and then this article would never have existed in the first place..
a slide instead of stairs – weeeee!
“LAS VEGAS may be synonymous with Casinos or Gambling over the past few
decades. However, with the introduction of Online Live Casinos, Slots
and Lotteries, the profile of gambling and bookmakers has increased
significantly in recent years. The industry is now much more accessible
to the masses as compared to previously when only the rich and famous
had access to it. On one hand, Online Poker rooms and World tournaments
have become a blessing in disguise for skilled professional gamblers to
try their gambling skills. Whereas on the other, Mobile apps and
websites have made it easier for the masses to have a flutter from a
wide range of options such as Lottery, Slots, Sports Betting sites as
well as online Casino games such as Poker, Baccarat, Roulette, and
Blackjack. Thus, unlike the High Rollers of the 90’s, more and more
gamblers are making their fortunes outside the walls of the highly
publicized Casinos and away from the prying eyes of the onlookers.”
Red Jungle Fowl
“The house on the outside
has a very futuristic look that looks more like one of the films of the
Star Wars spaceships made by George Lucas in 1970.”
“This building is a
spectacular futuristic house designed by Charles Wright architect in
Queensland, Australia. The mansion in the style of “Star Wars”, is
located on the farm of nearly 30 hectares and has six bedrooms. It is a
sustainable and energy-efficient house that generates energy through
solar panels and stores rainwater in a giant underground tank that has a
capacity of 250,000 litres.”
a drunk kangaroo..
“Do you know what luck looks like? While some may consider these
people more unlucky than most of us, primarily because they got
themselves into these situations in the first place, they sure are lucky
to have gotten out alive.”
“My great-grandfather was shot in the chest by a German soldier
during World War I. Luckily, the coins in his breast pocket absorbed the
bullet and saved his life. You could say he didn’t need much money…
“Kanat Nurtazin Loves to travel world and explore
the unknown territories. But more than travelling he loves the art. so
whenever he visits a new place he creates some amazing cardboard cutouts
and click a photo with it. Now we will see his some of the photographs
he clicked in his trip to India.”
Causes everybody to be chilly, bodily extremities most affected 🙁
the cows are ok tho 🙂
“Located in Allen, Texas about six years ago, strange sounds were heard.
These sounds were distinctively loud in the video. These occurrences
have continued to happen for many years. People have been scratching
their heads, trying to figure out what exactly all of this is.”
“This isn’t the only location where unusual noises have consistently been
heard. All around the world, people have reported hearing these types
of sounds. One thing is, they are all comparably loud, having screeching
type sounds. In some locations, the noises have intensified. It is
difficult to imagine, that these sounds are just some kind of natural
I believe the neck ring culture exists in Burma
I’m assuming this is somewhere in New England..?
“The Victorians have always been fascinated by the idea of time travel.
It seems that one place has left people puzzled. Located in west London,
is Brompton Cemetery, it remains a wondrous curiosity of sorts.”
“Decorated with ancient hieroglyphics, is a mausoleum within the confines
of the cemetery. It was once believed, that the Egyptian pharaohs had
discovered many secrets and one of them was a portal used to teleport
through time much like a gateway.”
“Cold showers might not sound like a fascinating thing to do,
especially if you live anywhere aside from the tropics. You may dread
the sense of stepping into a cold shower, as you know that every inch of
your body is going to be stabbed with countless cold, wet knives.
However, cold showers are incredibly good for you, to the point that they can improve your life. And no, we aren’t joking.
While this article focuses on the mental benefits of cold showers, there are also some amazing scientifically proven benefits as well.”
Noone wants a disaster to happen but seemingly there’s a disaster going on in some corner of the world all the time. The first one with the old steam engine was my favourite ..
I’m not sure how “useful” these are in everyday life – dirty coins are worth just the same as clean shiny ones etc but I like the one with the pencils..
Following a conversation with my (now adult) son I found this article and thought I would share with all the other parents out there who are worried what effect their parenting style is having on their own kids ..
“You don’t have to be a professional to take a great shot; all you
need is simply to be in the right place, catch the right moment, and hit
the shutter button.
I would consider myself a bit of an anxious person, constantly worrying / obsessing about little things like being on time and what my kids are up to, and I would agree with this article – you have to fight anxiety and doing that makes you stronger ..