These special Chinese eggs are black inside with a greenish tint and look as if they were found during the excavations of an ancient Chinese city. That’s what thought foreigners first arrived in China, that it were simply stale eggs, and called them "Century eggs" (or hundred-year egg, thousand-year egg). They are usually marinated in a special way for a few weeks or even months, which gives an unpleasant odor (the scent is similar to the smell of ammonia). But they say that when the eggs are fully prepared, they are incredibly tasty. Well, would anyone like to try this Chinese delicacy? Don’t hurry with your answer, look at the pictures first ))
A guy robbed a small computer store the other day but the way he did it was more than pathetic. He didn’t even bother to unplug any cords, so he had to struggle to get the monitors free and he nearly fell over tables… what a mess he left behind! The cost of the damages to the building is more important than the cost of what he stole - he took for $6,000 of Apple products but the owner says damages to the building are probably around $10,000! And last thing, police officers might be able to zoom in on the license plate of the truck…
If you don’t have money to buy a Christmas tree or didn’t have time to do it or just like paper craft, here’s what you can do. This paper Christmas tree will take you some time to be done. But at the end, with all paint and decorations it can be very cute.
Here is what the description says: “Battle Mug starts as a 13.5 pound solid block of 6061 T6 billet aluminium before it enters a state of the art CNC facility which produces specialized parts and equipment for the U.S. Department of Defense, major weapons manufacturers, NASA…etc. Built to military specifications, Battle Mug features a M1913 rail interface system which allows the operator to mount a standard issue M4 carry handle, tactical light, laser device...” Each unit costs $279. Tempted? ))
A certain James Gurney has made portraits of a gorilla and a chimpanzee in the North Carolina Zoo. He approached the glass with a submissive posture, then, when a gorilla came right up to the glass and posed for him, he started to make a portrait. He did the same with a chimpanzee that apparently wanted James Gurney to show him every ten minutes or so how he was coming along on the sketch… It seems that they like to pose and are curious to see the result!