21 Balloons - Catch the flying balloons and give them to the little bears. Match colors for extra score. Avoid hitting butterflies, and catch the star balloon for bonus points and the heart balloon for extra lives.
A 4-year-old boy was standing near the store when a car driver lost control over the vehicle and was approaching the boy at high speed. It is not known exactly what happened, but the driver of the car hit the boy, sending him flying down a flight of stairs before he fell, after a few seconds he got up and ... safe and sound run off crying to his dad who didn’t know what happened until the next day. Everything happened in just few seconds. Who said that miracles don’t happen ;)
Padaung or Kayan Lahwi is a group of the Karenni people, a Tibeto-Burman ethnic minority of Burma. Women start wearing the brass neck coils at the age of five. Each coil is replaced with longer coils as the weight of the brass pushes the collar bone down and compresses the rib cage. Contrary to popular belief, the neck is not actually lengthened; the illusion of a stretched neck is created by the deformation of the clavicle. Many ideas regarding why the coils are worn have been suggested. One of them is the coils might be meant to protect from tiger bites. Kayan women, when asked, acknowledge these ideas, but often say that their purpose for wearing the rings is cultural identity (one associated with beauty).