The Perfect Example

November 18, 2009 at 7:55 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
clipped from


An economics professor at a local college made a statement that he had never failed a single student before, but had once failed an entire class.

That class had insisted that Obama’s socialism worked and that no one would be poor and no one would be rich, a great equalizer.

The professor then said, “OK, we will have an experiment in this class on Obama’s plan”.

All grades would be averaged and everyone would receive the same grade so no one would fail and no one would receive an A.

After the first test, the grades were averaged and everyone got a B.
The students who studied hard were upset and the students who studied little were happy.

As the second test rolled around, the students who studied little had studied even less and the ones who studied hard decided they wanted a free ride too so they studied little. The second test average was a D! No one was happy.

When the 3rd test rolled around, the average was an F.

A Big Google Chrome Extensions Push Is Imminent

November 18, 2009 at 7:51 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
seems to suggest this Extension launch is indeed imminent. The image on the right would look to be some sort of new Chrome menu placeholder icon related to extensions.

And there’s more. Below, find some other pictures and information I was able to find in the Chromium Code Reviews area (placed by Google employees) that seem to make it very clear that Google is about to unleash extension support to rival that of Firefox. Based on what I’m reading, developers will be able to add icons to the Chrome toolbar (likely what the image above represents), add temporary icons inside the Chrome address bar (think: RSS icon), allow users to customize the extensions, and developers will apparently even be able to implement their own versions of “standard browser pages such as the New Tab page.”

clipped from

google-mail-checker-captureFor some time now, Google Chrome has been working with a number of extensions — but unofficially. That’s about to change in a big way, maybe as soon as tomorrow. And some digging through backchannel chatter reveals some of Google’s intentions here.

As first spotted by DownloadSquad earlier today, Google appears to have tipped its hand a little early. In the newest builds of Chromium across all the platforms (yes, even Mac and Linux), you can clearly see the jigsaw puzzle area in the lower right hand corner. This is in the same place that the colorful stripes usually appear to take you to the Theme Gallery. But clicking on this area currently redirects you back to — but as you can see when you hover over it, clearly there will be something at, presumably an Extensions Gallery.

As you may recall, Google also tipped off its Theme Gallery a bit early on this tab page just before it launched.
Chatter here by Google employees

Screen shot 2009-11-16 at 1.41.59 AM

Return of Ninja Cat

November 18, 2009 at 7:47 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
The steps of the ninja warrior must be as silent as the morning mist upon the ground. To avoid detection, he must be as still as the midnight air. He must be as fearless as — GAAAHHH NOOOOO GIANT HAND GIANT HAND RUN AWAY!!!
clipped from

Canadian Splendor

November 18, 2009 at 7:43 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
clipped from

At a length of 5,525 miles, the U.S. – Canadian border is the longest non-militarized border in the world. Canada only borders one nation, the U.S.
clipped from

Center Street, Banff, Alberta
clipped from

Castle Mountain, Banff National Park
clipped from

Canmore, Alberta
There are approximately 2-million lakes in Canada. In fact, nearly one-fourth of all the fresh water in the world is located in Canada.
clipped from

Canadian Rockies Near Calgary

There are 42 national parks in Canada. The largest park is Wood Buffalo National Park, in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. It’s home to the only nesting site of the endangered whooping crane.
clipped from

Barrie, Canada
clipped from

Banff National Park
clipped from

Niagara Falls, Canada
clipped from

Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies
clipped from

Jasper National Park, Alberta
clipped from

Dawson Creek, BC
clipped from

Banff, Alberta
Millions of Americans cross the border each year to visit gorgeous Canadian mountain resorts.
clipped from

Lake Louise, Victoria Glacier, Canadian Rockies
clipped from

Magog, QC
clipped from

Lake Louise
clipped from

Banff National Park
Canada’s oldest national park.

World’s biggest cruise ship arrives in Florida

November 18, 2009 at 7:41 am | Posted in Lifescape | 5 Comments
clipped from

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) – The world’s largest cruise ship has arrived in South Florida.

The 16-deck Oasis of the Seas docked Friday at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale. It set sail from Finland to Florida in late October.

The massive $1.5 billion vessel is nearly 40 percent larger than the industry’s next-biggest ship and five times larger than the Titanic. It has 2,700 cabins and can accommodate 6,300 passengers and 2,100 crew members.

The ship also features various “neighborhoods”—parks, squares and arenas with special themes. One of them will be a tropical environment that will include palm trees.

The Oasis of the Seas will embark on its first cruise on Dec. 5.

World’s Largest Cruise Ship Has It’s Own ‘Central Park’

Baby Animals We Seldom See

November 18, 2009 at 7:35 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
clipped from

Baby Animals We Seldom See

Have you ever seen those baby animals in your daily life? The common baby animals we alway see are those puppies , kitties, and so on and so forth . Check out those cute baby animals that u might never seen it before.

























Lion opens family’s car door with his teeth

November 18, 2009 at 7:30 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
clipped from

Lion opens family’s car door with his teeth

Lion opens family's car door with his teeth

The lion may have appeared wild, but it had clearly learnt one or two things
about cars after years of watching curious visitors drive past.

As the white Toyota came to a halt in the Lion Safari Park in Johannesburg, it
slowly padded over while the family inside watched in excitement, unaware of
what was about to happen.

Thier glee turned to horror as the 300lb lion firmly took the rear door handle
with his teeth and pulled it open in one deft movement.

For several seconds the car remained still while the occupants digested the
shock of what had happened before finally hitting the accelerator and
driving off.

As they fled, the lion followed in pursuit until it reached the gates of the
enclosure. There it was finally held back by a warden who hurled stones to
shoo it back.

Blog at
Entries and comments feeds.