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Hello again,,,, its time for brazil,,,,,

June 9, 2010 1 comment

After we were done with Argentina, we went to Brasilia the capital of Brazil. The Brazilian airline  (which is TAM airline) was good acutely the best in South America. But you have to land either in sao Paolo or reio. The capital is very quite and peaceful. Designed and built 50 years ago. During this year they are celebrating the 50th anniversary. The city was design to house up to 500,000 populations but now the count is 2,000,000 people and you can’t fell the conjunction. The streets are wide enough, and they made an artificial lake big one. and also it is almost every where we will find a football court.

Leave you with the pictures.

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Hello again

May 25, 2010 1 comment

Hi all. Long time no post haa. Any ways ,, last Thursday I came back to Kuwait as I was out of country for around 20 days, I have be to Buens aires, Brasilia, Caracas and last distention was new York

So lets begin,,,

Fist place was Argentina,  Buens Aires. We stayed at Hilton hotel, which by the way I strongly recommend it. It is located at an area called porto modero, which happens to be the newest and the most safest place in the capital. It was originally developed by Carlos meneem (min3im) Lebanese origin. The city got this European look / American metropolitan. The weather during the beginning of this month was could a little bit that means you need a jacket.

Interesting facts.

I heard that the population of caws and also dogs is larger than the human count. But unfortunately the economic crises affect this in a certain way.  That’s all for now, because I have like a million thing to do.

Leaving you with some pictures.

Eee Pad … whats with the Pad fever!

April 25, 2010 2 comments

A report out of Taiwan has Asustek Chairman Jerry Shen announcing a new tablet that the company will make called the Eee Pad, which will be an iPad competitor, according to Digitimes. The device will run Android, have an Nvidia Tegra processor, and sell for between $479 and $510 beginning sometime in July. The Eee Pad will reportedly be introduced at Computex, the yearly computer exhibition to be held in Taiwan in early June.

Forbes reported in March that several tablets are on the way from Asus.

“Eee” is the name for the company’s consumer devices, which include the original Netbook, the EeePC, and has been extended to a number of computers like the EeeTop, an all-in-one desktop PC.

The company’s U.S. spokeswoman didn’t have any additional information about the product, but we’ll post more info if we get it.

Android-based tablets aimed at providing competition for Apple’s iPad have been talked about a lot, but few have actually begun shipping. Archos released one last year, and on Thursday Engadget got its hands on some internal Dell documents that show a 7-inch Android and Tegra-based tablet the company is apparently planning to release in November.”

Reference: http://news.cnet.com/8301-31021_3-20003304-260.html

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What a complete idiot

March 23, 2010 Leave a comment

talk about mentalities .. he is a complete for the following reasons :

1. kuwait is not country of angeles

2. he is a complete idiot

3.a kuwaiti accent on a hindi movie is bloody hilarious.

4.he is a complete idiot

5.the presenter dose not have any type of skill at journalism nor media

6. he is a complete idiot

7. he is trying to attract attention in a very idiotic way

conclusion:

flash tv is a channel that is trying to attract viewers with any possible means and that is because there are  no viewers at all. if there was any viewer at all mostly he will be high.

Note: i dont hate the guy nor have grudge against him, the video is just damn funny and stupid

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thats why I hate the iPad

February 13, 2010 2 comments

before the ipad  announcement   I really was very keen on what would it be like to hold an OSX tablet or whatever it was going be. but when I saw the ipad add, i quickly opened the tech spec page and as a result i was very disappointed and then i told my self its like a giant iPhone  oops,,, forgot to mention   cant talk with an ipad  but YOU CAN READ eBOOKS !!!

Must SEE

this video was posted on frankom`s blog

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Previewman —- really Funny !!

January 15, 2010 1 comment

MUST WATCH

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Japan Anyone ?

January 15, 2010 3 comments

For some very odd reason  I am very found of the Japanese Culture, although I never Been there, I intend to go  in the near future. Therefore to satisfy my curiosity about the japs  I decided to Google some interesting  facts about  them and this popped up:

1. Raw horse meat is a popular food in Japan.

2. Sometimes the trains are so crowded railway staff are employed to cram passengers inside.

3. Japanese celebrate Christmas, but it is more like Valentine’s day in the western world.

4. Poorly written English can be found everywhere, including T-shirts and other fashion items.

5. More than 70% of Japan consists of mountains, including more than 200 volcanoes.

6. Mt. Fuji, the tallest mountain in Japan, is an active volcano.

7. Many Japanese do not know the difference between Shintoism and Buddhism.

8. A nice musk melon, similar to a cantaloupe, may sell for over $300US.

9. There are four different writing systems in Japan, romaji, katakana, hiragana, and kanji.

10. Coffee is very popular and Japan imports approximately 85% of Jamaica’s annual coffee production.

11. Japan’s literacy rate is almost 100%.

12. Sumo is Japan’s national sport, although baseball is also very popular.

13. Sumo wrestlers eat a stew called Chankonabe to fatten up. Many restaurants in the Ryogoku district of Tokyo serve this nabe (Japanese word for stew).

14. Many toilets in Japan have a built-in bidet system for spraying your backside.

15. When you use the restroom in some one’s home, you should put on special bathroom slippers so as not to contaminate the rest of the home.

16. Noodles, especially soba (buckwheat), are slurped very loudly when eaten. It is often said slurping symbolizes the food is delicious, but the slurping also serves to cool down the hot noodles for eating.

17. Japan is the world’s largest consumer of Amazon rain forest timber.

18. Vending machines in Japan sell beer, hot and cold canned coffee, cigarettes, and other items.

19. When moving into an apartment it is often required to give the landlord a “gift” of money equal to two months rent.

20. There are around 1,500 earthquakes every year in Japan.

21. It is not uncommon to eat rice at every meal, including breakfast.

22. Average life expectancy in Japan is one of the highest in the world. Japanese people live an average of 4 years longer than Americans.

23. Japan is the largest automobile producer in the world.

24. The Japanese language has thousands of foreign loan words, known as gairaigo. These words are often truncated, e.g. personal computer = paso kon. The number of foreign loan words is steadily increasing.

25. Tsukiji market in Tokyo is the world’s largest fish market.

26. Although whaling is banned by the IWC, Japan still hunts whales under the premise of “research”.  The harvested whale meat ends up in restaurants and supermarkets.

27. Some men in Japan shave to their heads to apologize.

28. Some women in Japan cut their hair after breaking up with a boyfriend.

29. Tokyo has had 24 recorded instances of people either killed or receiving serious skull fractures while bowing to each other with the traditional Japanese greeting.

30. The first novel, The Tale of Genji, was written in 1007 by a Japanese noble woman, Murasaki Shikibu.

31. The term karaoke means “empty orchestra” in Japanese.

32. In a Sumo training “stable” the junior rikishi Sumo wrestlers must wash and bathe their senior sumo wrestlers and make sure their hard to reach places are clean.

33. Contrary to popular belief, whale meat is not a delicacy in Japan. Many Japanese dislike the taste and older Japanese are reminded of the post-World War II period when whale meat was one of the few economical sources of protein.

34. In their effort to make things cute and cuddly rampant inbreeding of dogs has resulted in one of the highest rate of genetic defects in the world for canines.

35. Raised floors help to indicate when to take off shoes or slippers. At the entrance to a home in Japan the floor will usually be raised about 6 inches indicating you should take off your shoes and put on slippers. If the house has a tatami mat room its floor may be rasied 1-2 inches indicating you should to take off your slippers.

36. Ramen noodles are a popular food in Japan and it is widely believed the extensive training is required to make a delicious soup broth. This is the subject of the movies Tampopo (1985) and The Ramen Girl (2008).

37. On average it takes about 7-10 years of intensive training to become a fugu (blowfish) chef. This training may not be needed in the future as some fish farms in Japan are producing non-poisonous fugu.

38. Ovens are not very common in Japanese kitchens, but most households own a rice cooker.

39. Geisha means “person of the arts” and the first geisha were actually men.

40. It was customary in ancient Japan for women to blacken their teeth with dye as white teeth were considered ugly. This practice persisted until the late 1800’s.

41. In ancient Japan, small eyes, a round puffy face, and plump body were considered attractive features.

42. Some traditional Japanese companies conduct a morning exercise session for the workers to prepare them for the day’s work.

Reference: http://www.facts-about-japan.com/interesting.html

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