Hi everybody ! This is the last day of work for most of you, and tonight we will have some rest as we all deserve it. I’ve not made any plans for this weekend, but one thing is sure, it won’t require to do a lot of efforts… :) And what about you, what are your plans for the weekend? Doing some maintenance in your house or party with friends…))
Well, let’s talk about more serious stuff. There weren’t lot of feedback about the new way of posting news on the site, I talk about the videos and the games to be more precise. Anyway, for now, it will stay that way. We will only keep the best videos, so 4-5 each day. It’s not definitive, but it will be that way from now on. Games are reduced from 6 to 4. Why did we make these changes? Well, to free us some time to work on lots of details on the sites. I hope for your understanding.
I’m not gonna write a novel, there are libraries to read some, so I wish you a good weekend and see you on Monday ;))
It just looks amazing! A Swedish guy built it from a 1973 Lincoln Continental. It took him over $1 million USD and 3.5 years to complete, or some 20.000 hours of work. It features a lot of gadgets like satellite navigation, voice recognition, reversing cameras, a DVD player, a plasma TV... Nice work!
The three-week binmen strike that began on September 7 in Leeds led to streets of filth. Residents say they are battling with rats and flies and that it smells really bad. When you’re going to work in the morning the last thing you want to see or smell is rubbish, well, people of Leeds are experiencing that for 3 weeks. And now, I think you’re happy that this service is working properly where you live…
On Friday, February 20, after a long day of carrying equipment to set up the hot tub at the top of the Pic Chaussy (Switzerland), 25 people partied, had a hot bath and slept in tents. They did it again the next day and took a bath at noon with a breathtaking panoramic view. It was the fourth edition of this hot bathing in altitude. It‘s tempting but you’ve got to be motivated…
Here is a selection of those big ships built to cruise on ice-covered water by breaking through the ice with their strong, heavy, steel bows. You will maybe recognize among others the Arktika class icebreakers, the black and red ships with shark teeth painted on the bow. Just impressive!
Typhoon Ketsana hit the Philippines about one week ago, and later crossed over to Vietnam and Cambodia. Ketsana dropped 455 mm of rain on Metro Manila in 24 hours, or the equivalent of a month of rainfall in a single day. Over 360 people died in this natural disaster and the damages are estimated to reach $100 million. Here are some sad pictures depicting what’s going on over there.
Neo Tokyo Bash - Fight against the insane Neo Tokyo boss using your ninja stars! Press Z to throw your stars. If you want to throw 2x the stars, use the Shadow Partner skill by pressing S! A increases your speed.