Saturday, April 16, 2011

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Friday, April 8, 2011

Police shot himself in order to get a medal

An indian police was hospitalized after trying desperately to win a medal of honor.
   Majesh Rajguru claimed that his injuries came in the incident, in which six unknown men opened fire in a residential area of Jaipur. He invented the story of a gunslinger and the men's escape, which he tried to prevent. Actually the police shot himself and alerted his colleagues.
   At the hospital it was found that bullets which damaged Rajgurua came from a man's own service weapon.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Solution for Japan's radiation problem

Because all of this fuzz of the Japan's radiation I have a solution!!!
The medical faculty of the University of Pittsburgh has happy news for all those who fear nuclear radiation: experiments on mice have shown a red wine to protect cells from the effects of radiation. So if you live near power plants (or in Fukushima) you should therefore be prepared for disasters by purchasing a decent wine basement.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Interesting "bite" of info

An American survey revealed unexpectedly, that women are more sports mad than men. 70 percent of the women said that they would prefer to watch an ice hockey game rather than have sexual intercourse. Only half of the men would have done that. :D

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Love is blind

Horny male elephant thought in South African safari park, that a parked Volkswagen Passat was a female elephant and started to "mate" with the car. When the creature didn't get any response, it got upset and turned the car on its roof. Fortunately, the five-ton elephant didn't try after that the so-called "missionary position", because there was still people in the car :D

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Real important piece of information

Chimpanzees produce 200 times more sperm than the gorillas, says a Japanese researcher Hideko Fujii-Hanamoto. Thank God we know this now. -.-

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Intruder calls 911, afraid homeowner may have gun

A man who broke into a house in Portland, Oregon, called police -- afraid the homeowner may have a gun.
   The suspect, Timothy James Chapek, was in the bathroom taking a shower when the homeowner returned to his house Monday night.
  The homeowner asked Chapek what he was doing in the house. Chapek locked himself in the bathroom and made an emergency call, police said. He said he had broken into the house, the owner had come home, and that he was concerned the owner might have a gun.
    The Police took Chapek into custody. He was booked for criminal trespass.
They did not say if the homeowner did in fact have a gun. :D

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Strange requests

Airline Virgin Airlines stewardess has listed some strange requests by the passengers.One of the most common was: "Please, open up a window that we can get a bit of fresh air. "

Passengers often also asked the captain to turn off the enginessbecause they felt they were too noisy....-.-

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Dead fish doesn't talk

Illinois police has arrested a 16-year-old burglar, who is also accused of cruelty to animals, because he had killed three gold fish in the house he was robbing. The burglar explained the fish kill by the fact that he had wanted to silence all the witnesses. Crazy, huh? :D

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Crime is worth it!

Italian mafia has the country's gross domestic product accounted for seven percent, or approximately 90billion euros. Gangsters exemplary spirit has shown by two recent studies. Pretty amazing, huh?

Monday, March 14, 2011

Facebook sells virtual junk for huge sums of money. Almost tens of millions of euros per year!

    The social services star Facebook has invented a simple substantial way to earn money, but it works beyond expectations. An investment company explains that Facebook earns a tenth of its total income from the sale of virtual "gifts".
    Facebook sold last year to users' Facebook gifts. " The gifts are small graphical images that can be attached to messages, and that you can give to others as gifts. 
    A gifts price is dollar apiece. Investment company, Lightspeed Venture Partners has studied how much the Facebook collects revenue from these small amounts. The results are surprising.
    Lightspeed explained that at the beginning of this year Facebook had reached about $ 15 million (about  10 million Euros) annual sales.
    Now, Light Speed ​​has made a new statement that sales have risen. Now, a Facebook virtual gifts, annual sales estimated to approximately 35 million dollars (around  23 million Euros). 
    Estimates are crude, but the sums involved are surprisingly large. Facebook is estimated that the annual income of this year, approximately 300-350 million dollars. Thus, Facebook earned more than a tenth of their income purely with web icons!

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Wanna watch NHL live FOR FREE?!?!?

Check out the instructions on the NHL page of this blog!!!

Sincerely Maxpower.