|Jika kita memperhatikan gambar diatas, pasti agan akan menjawab itu adalah buaya. Tetapi lihatlah lebih dekat, perhatikan baik-baik. Moncongnya panjang dan bergigi tajam. Panjangnya bisa mencapai 3 meter dan berat 100 kg. Siapa sangka jika itu adalah seekor ikan. Tepatnya Ikan Buaya. Mari kita perhatikan gambar berikut dengan seksama.
Inilah helikopter tercepat di dunia, Sikorsky X2, yang bisa melaju hingga kecepatan 415 km/jam!
Helikopter ini akan memecahkan rekor sebelumnya dengan kecepatan 249 mph yang terukir di tahun 1986 lalu. Sikorsky X2 sendiri memiliki dua mesin, dua pasang baling-baling di bagian atas, serta enam pasang baling-baling di bagian belakang. Seri ini diklaim tetap nyaman digunakan saat helikopter berada dalam kecepatan 250 knots. (**)
Hati2 gan, n sis klo lg tidur..
apalagi klo abis tak sadarkan diri akibat “Mabok”, “Pingsan”, dll..
Jangan ampe kebablasan dah..
ada kejadian2 yg tidak mengenakkan n mungkin ane juga waktu dulu pernah ngalamin kaya ginian..
Nech Gan ada Pic menarik buat disimak.. cekidot gan..
Namanya juga dijailin Gan, nyampe2 BB tuch gan…
ati2 jgn ampe di giniin gan, jadi
tapi mungkin semua ini bikin temen2
Saat ane lg asik2 FBan nemu gambar anak2 SMA corat coret gan,ane sih ga bahas corat-coretnya,masa bodoh juga mreka mau corat-coret,tp yg luarbiasa pas ane liat comentnya gan…Di simak deh….
Maap ga pake spolir ane buru2 lg di warnet mau pulang
First ni Foto TKP
Coment di foto tersebut,ada ibu2 lah yg mencoba menasehati ehh apa tanggapan mereka mana bahasa ababilnya keluar lg :
sang ibu atau ortu entah sapa mencoba menjelaskan dengan baik2
Puncaknya coment ga enak banget dari si ababil tu gan
The delicacies on offer might not be to everyone’s taste, but that didn’t stop thousands of visitors attending a food festival in Yulin, eastern China.
For the town is recognised throughout the region for producing some of the most flavoursome dog meat in the world.
More than 15,000 dogs were slaughtered to feed connoisseurs of canine flesh at the week-long festival, which kicked off at the weekend.
Farmers in the region are highly respected for raising different breeds of dog specifically for the table.
Local Lu Hin explained: ‘It is just like other meat. Smaller animals tend to be more delicate and sweeter while very big dogs have a strong, muscular taste.
‘Dog is popular as a dish in China but we are the home of it. We proved that when we started the festival a few years ago and everybody accepts that the best dog meat dishes come from Yulin.
‘That was why we created the festival and the number of visitors we get is a testimony to the fact that everybody recognises how good the dog meat is from the region.’
Dog flesh – or ‘fragrant meat’ as it is known in the region – has been a popular food source in China for thousands of years and is believed to provide medicinal benefits.
However, the industry has come under fire in recent years over concerns about cruelty. Authorities are now proposing to draw up legislation banning the consumption of dog meet.
During the 2008 Olympic games, dog meat was taken off the menus of official Olympic restaurants in order to avoid offending foreign visitors.
Miru Kim, a former medical student from New York, goes to strange places such abandoned factories, tunnels, bridges and photographs the structures with her in the picture nude.
The 30-year-old said her work has been a way of conquering her fears.
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She said: ‘My work in general involves getting over my fears that are deeply embedded since childhood: Fear of darkness, fear of dangerous activities in general, and fear of dirt – I had a considerable obsessive compulsive disorder as a child.
‘It’s beyond therapeutic. I do this through art, because I identify with countless other people who go through the emotions of overcoming fears.’
‘I have always been timid since childhood. Most people may think I’m joking considering my work, but it’s true.
‘When I spoke at a technology, entertainment and design conference in 2008 I had to cross my leg and my arms because they were shaking so much.’
Miss Kim started taking her clothes off in 2004.
‘Now I’m used to it, but when I first tried to be nude in front of camera in 2004 I was very nervous,’ she said.
‘I remember, in order to get used to being nude for my project’s sake, I modelled for a nude portrait for a painter in Berlin, who was my studio mate at the time, and I got so nervous I couldn’t stand still.
She told AOL Weird News: ‘As I got used to being naked in urban ruins, I felt these spaces transform from dangerous to peaceful, from stranger to familiar.’
Miss Kim has put herself into what some people who regardv as dangerous situations.
In the process of getting a good nude shot, she’s found a dead body, run in to a schizophrenic homeless man, ran away from security guards in subway tunnels and dodged a helicopter while standing nude on the Manhattan Bridge in New York.
She also risked arrest by stripping in Istanbul, Turkey.
Miss Kim said: ‘I was with a Turkish fashion photographer shooting at an abandoned train depot by the active train station. Angry guards came to us, but my friend was a very smooth talker and got us out of there.
‘The guards apparently thought that he was shooting some kind of soft-core in public, which doesn’t happen often in Muslim countries.’
‘Another time I was in a poor residential area and a Turkish filmmaker friend was helping me in an abandoned house and we got seen by some residents nearby.
‘He told one nosy old lady that he was from the military police and that she shouldn’t question what we are doing.’
The woman later returned and shouted: ‘What are you doing with a naked woman if you’re from the military police? We’re calling the police.’
Miss Kim packed up her stuff and ran.
She did a project entitled The Pig Therefore I Am which involved crawling around in a pig pen.
Miss Kim said: ‘I got many bruises from bites. They were being very curious and gentle with me overall, probably because they didn’t understand why I was naked with them.
‘They probably thought, “She looks like us, but not quite!” But even the curious nibbles got me bad bruises.’
‘The worst part was washing myself afterwards,’ she said.
‘These hogs are confined in such an unnatural setting that their manure becomes a concentrated toxic waste.
‘Imagine 2,400 hogs in one barn pooping and peeing for six months without getting washed.
‘I scrubbed myself red with white vinegar after the shoot and I tried everything from peroxide to toothpaste on my feet.’
Miss Kim’s work has been acclaimed by serious art critics, but casual viewers may look at it in a different way.
That, however, doesn’t bother Miss Kim.
‘People have different interpretations of my work, and I like that flexibility and openness,’ she said.
‘The figures in the photos work as a direct sensory link between the space in the photograph and the audience, because everyone can relate to skin on a very basic human level, the sense of touch.’