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Incredible Gundam Paper Craft Model

Posted on 15 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

When I was a kid I was crazy about making miniature houses and other objects from paper but I was never so successful like Taras Lesko who created those amazing paper craft sculptures. One of his most impressive masterpieces is 4-foot tall paper model of Freedom Gundam, a famous cartoon character. This particular paper craft […]

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Vintage Internet Ads

Posted on 14 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

Recent years everybody is crazy about vintage and retro stuff. Everything from clothing and shoes to furniture and accessories. It has gone so far that they are now producing vintage internet ads in a 1960’s style, and it is about all the trendy sites on the web, like for example Skype, Facebook and Twitter. The […]

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Ashes – The Hairless Chimp

Posted on 12 September 2010 in: Animal Oddity, Featured Articles

We are all used to see different kind of monkeys at the zoo, mostly the furry chimpanzees, but have you ever seen a hairless chimpanzee? You need to travel to Mysore Zoo in India to see that: a hairless chimp called Ashes. The strange thing about it is that he was born with a lot […]

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Crazy Girl Tries to Set Her Mouth on Fire

Posted on 11 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Funny&Crazy

This girl, that is also a personal friend of mine, really tried to set her mouth on fire. And, after several attempts she actually did it. Lucky for her she didn’t had mustaches or they will be wasted in flame. Check out the video and let us know what you think.

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Meet the Thermometer Man

Posted on 10 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, People Oddity

Thermometer Man is the perfect name for the 83-year-old Richard T. Porter. He has the biggest collection of thermometers, almost 5000 in different shapes and sizes. Before losing his daughter to a brain tumor he promised her to do something with his collection, and therefore he opened The Porter Thermometer Museum in the small village […]

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Woodland Home – A Hobbit-looking House in Wales

Posted on 09 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

Not canadian pharmacy la roche posay being a builder or carpenter and having little experience, Simon Dale built this wooden house for him and his family. It’s located in Wales somewhere in the middle of the viagra online no prior prescription forest, and it looks like a little lexapro online pharmacy tadalafil citrate canadian pharmacy […]

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Afghanistan – A Broken Country That Was Full Of Hopes

Posted on 08 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

Today’s prejudices about Afghanistan are a barbarian country that will never make it out of the Middle Ages. A country full of chaos, poverty and a huge difference between the rights for men and women. Still a lot of people don’t know that this has not always Think and product USING first and added all […]

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Abandoned, Rusty and Old Military Base in Murmansk

Posted on 07 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

After the World War II in 1946 this military base was built near Murmansk city on the northern Russian side to protect the coastline. Now it is just abandoned and spooky-looking. Old canons and other instruments used to make the defense even better, are left behind and looking kind of rusty today. Taking a walk […]

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Paris Beaches On The Streets

Posted on 06 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

One of Paris’s several tourist attraction is this artificial beach called “Paris Beach”. The special thing about this beach is that it is built in a section of the pedestrian bank by the river Seine in the middle of Paris. It’s has become a huge success; more and more visitors are coming each year, and […]

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Amazing Street Art by Ukrainian Banksy

Posted on 05 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

A Ukrainian street artist that calls himself “Sharik” is creating amazing art in the streets of Simferopol. He uses paint to make fun and thoughtful graffiti on concrete walls of different buildings, or just on huge rocks and blocks. People call him the “Ukrainian Banksy”, because they are comparing him with an English graffiti artist […]

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