I don’t know what you think of these people. But for me, they are lookalike. Let’s see them closely!
What do you think? Lol.
I laughed the moment I read the headline of this story. Well, it was quite rare to see this kind of situation whereby a cow made a visit to a McDonald. It sounds ironic because we have “Beef Burger” and then “Double Cheese Burger” and now the latest meal “TRIPLE CHEESE BURGER”. All these are using beef. And now, the cow made a visit to McDonald? Lol..
What did the dairy cow order when she got to the drive-thru window at McDonalds? Nothing – she just wanted a little attention.
That’s what Sandy Winn says was the reason her cow, Darcy, wandered from her pen Friday and ended up at takeout window of the fast-food restaurant a half-mile away in Brush, Colorado.
Winn tells KUSA-TV that Darcy is a good cow until she’s bored – and then she goes looking for attention.
Winn says she didn’t know Darcy had escaped her pen until police called asking if the family owned a dairy cow. She says they told her it was “up at McDonalds,” so she fetched the cow and took her home.
Brush police clerk Vivian Llewellyn joked Tuesday that Darcy “didn’t get her burger.”
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Superheroes are very famous around the globe. Most of the time, we can find and watch on television as well as comics. And, most of the time as well, we will tend to relate “SUPERHEROES” with these famous movies such as Spiderman, Batman, Ultraman, and all the “-MANs”. However, some superheroes also need to be known around the globe. So, I bring to you the exclusive superhero post. Enjoy!
Argoman is a superhero very much of the Sixties Euro variety. Clearly, Argoman never had an Uncle Ben who died and taught him any lessons about great power and great responsibility. Argoman is gifted with great powers, but he uses them primarily to make his enemies kill each other and to force beautiful women to come to his island and have sex with him!
On May 13, 1990, this young man was blessed with being named after two superheroes: Batman and Superman. Unfortunately we were unable to find the boy for comment, as no one seems to know his alter egos.
Apparently no one in Moscow looks up either. Or at least they don’t for a while. That is, until a series of heroic deeds around the city (rescuing children from burning buildings, depositing bank robbers in front of police stations, etc) are being performed by someone in a flying 1951 black Volga. Certainly it is the unlikeliest of cars for such bravery (the Volga being the “people’s car” of the Soviet era), but the hero and driver is Moscow’s version of Peter Parker, a young man from a working family just trying to earn some cash and win the heart of a beautiful girl, while maybe stopping some bad guys along the way. Black Lightning is a refreshing and fantastically executed action-adventure film.
Set in the make-believe city of Metrofulus, “Cicakman” is about the last person on earth anyone would expect to turn into a superhero. But funnyman Saiful Apek, does, quite by accident and becomes quite a shock to his friend, who also tries his best to adjust to his superpowers. Starring many of Malaysia’s most popular stars including Aznil Nawawi, this is one big budget blockbuster that features 40% CGI, great stunts, great sets and 3D animation. Oh, and when he’s not climbing walls, Saiful @ Cicakman reverts to his alter ego, the unassuming Hairi.
Shah Rukh Khan’s superhero character takes too long to boot in this science fiction flick. G.One arrives just five minutes before the interval point by when you have already restarted your system several times, which has been hanging into nothingness. And the film’s title character Ra.One, a skeletal villain, gets a face (Arjun Rampal) even later in the second half. Is it worth the wait? Only intermittently and inconsistently! So what happens before the advent of the superhero? You are introduced to a nerdy South Indian stereotype Shekhar (Shah Rukh Khan), his wife Sonia (Kareena Kapoor) and their apathetic son Prateek (Armaan Verma). The father hopelessly imitates Michael Jackson, the mother is doing a Phd on Indian abuses and you don’t blame the son to be uninterested by their goofy gimmickry.
No matter how strange you may think your interests are, there are likely other like-minded people out there. Griff The Invisible explores this notion in one of the quirkiest ways possible, focusing on how we can perceive our own world differently until we are snapped back to reality. Although the film might be called a superhero film by some, it really defies that description. Griff, played by Ryan Kwanten, may run around in spandex here and there, but this film is really about his personal journey and not his crime-fighting at night. Griff has to come to grips with the world when he is confronted with Melody, an equally odd spirit that doesn’t mind standing out against the mundane. As their lives mix, it is up to them to lean on each other for support against a world that only wants them to conform.
Gundala the movie was a hoax perpetrated by Iskandar Salim, a photographer and graphic designer who created promotional material for a movie that was not actually being made about gundala , a lightning powered superhero.Salim noticed that there had never been a movie featuring an Indonesian Superhero and wished to start a public debate on the subject. He created an official website, a Facebook page, posters, and staged photographs that allegedly showed the movie being made. As a result of the attention generated by the hoax Gundala’s creator Harya Suraminata is actually involved in negotiations to produce a real film based on the character.
He has been China’s favorite superhero for at least five centuries. He’s amazingly strong, he can fly, and he has a few tricks those other superheroes never heard of. And he’s always ready to do battle with demons, dragons—sometimes even the gods.
The 60s seem like a groovy time for superheroes to flourish on television and film, where in the West brings to mind the William Dozier Batman and the Green Hornet series, while in Thailand came a hero called Red Eagle, a masked avenger with a crimson mask in the shape of an eagle. We know how Batman got a reboot recently under the hands of Christopher Nolan, and Michel Gondry’s version of the Green Hornet will be due in some months after the 3D conversion process. In Thailand, the time is now for the release of Red Eagle, a reboot of the popular Thai hero based on the novels by Sake Dusit, where the film franchise of the 60s ended in tragedy when leading man Mitr Chaibancha fell tragically from a helicopter stunt gone wrong on the last day of shooting of Golden Eagle.
United States of America
Captain America: The First Avenger will focus on the early days of the Marvel Universe when Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) volunteers to participate in an experimental program that turns him into the Super Soldier known as Captain America. As Captain America, Rogers joins forces with Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) and Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) to wage war on the evil HYDRA organization, led by the villainous Red Skull (Hugo Weaving.)
Superdupont is the son of an unknown solider buried under The Arc de Triomphe. How he got his powers and what his real name is still unrevealed, what is know is that he supports economic patriotism, smokes Gauloises cigarettes, drinks red wine, eats french cheese and refuses to be painted with China ink. He battles an evil organization called Anti-France, A terrorist group that wants to destroy France. He is an master of Savate (french form of Boxing) and can fly.
Just 12 years later, in 1966 — the height of the monster craze, both in Japan and here in the States (thanks to TBS, who imported the Japanese monster mash-ups) — a fresh new series titled Ultra Q was born. While the series focused more on the mysterious, slowly but surely, monsters starting peeking into episodes. This series eventually evolved into Ultraman, a show about a giant, skyscraper-sized extraterrestrial being that protects us from equally gigantic monsters, aliens, dinosaurs and other nefarious foes. Each week, Ultraman faces off against fantastically fun villains, destroying towns, villages, forests and cities along the way.
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Helmet is supposed to be a protective invention. Somehow, people came out with various designs and sometimes out-of-the-league. Of course you know what am I talking about. They came out with their own version of helmet. 😀 I found few funny pictures of some people with their unique helmets. Let’s enjoy them!
I love football. Even though my laptop seemed cannot support the game’s requirements, but I still love it. Recently, my friend gave me a video which was about FIFA 12. It was SO DAMN FUNNY! When I searched about it, it was discovered that there is a bug. Enjoy the videos!
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One picture worth a thousand words. This is a very interesting thing I have discovered. I made up these stories myself. I am sorry if there is any misunderstanding. I did it for the purpose of creativity. Enjoy the comic!
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I found this piece of joke a bit lengthy. Somehow, when I read it further, I found something cool inside. Of course, we would like to know which Hell belongs to. Have fun! 🙂
The following is an actual question given on a University of Washington engineering mid-term. The answer was so “profound” that the Professor shared it with colleagues, and the sharing obviously hasn’t ceased…
Bonus Question: Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or Endothermic (absorbs heat)?
Most of the students wrote Proofs of their beliefs using Boyle’s Law, (gas cools off when it expands and heats when it is compressed) or some variant. One student, however, wrote the following:
“First, we need to know how the mass of Hell is changing in time. So we need to know the rate that souls are moving into Hell and the rate they are leaving. I think that we can safely assume that once a soul gets to Hell, it will not leave. Therefore, no souls are leaving. As for how many souls are entering Hell, let us look at the different religions that exist in the world today. Some of these religions state that if you are not a member of their religion, you will go to Hell. Since there are more than one of these religions and since people do not belong to more than one religion, we can project that all souls go to Hell. With birth and death rates as they are, we can expect the number of souls in Hell to increase exponentially.
Now, we look at the rate of change of the volume in Hell because Boyle’s Law states that in order for the temperature and pressure in Hell to stay the same, the volume of Hell has to expand as souls are added. This gives two possibilities:
1. If Hell is expanding at a slower rate than the rate at which souls enter Hell, then the temperature and pressure in Hell will increase until all Hell breaks loose.
2. Of course, if Hell is expanding at a rate faster than the increase of souls in Hell, then the temperature and pressure will drop until Hell freezes over.
So which is it?
If we accept the postulate given to me by Teresa Banyan during my Freshman year, “…that it will be a cold day in Hell before I sleep with you.”, and take into account the fact that I still have not succeeded in having sexual relations with her, then, #2 cannot be true, and thus I am sure that Hell is exothermic and will not freeze.”
This student received the only A.
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