Amazing viral campaign video.[Dont know what they sell though ]
Monday, June 18, 2007
Not sure if this is a staged performance, but if its real, even if its your sister, just call the cops and throw her up in jail.
Being an actor is bad thing. Being an actor in asia can be even harder. This is Choi Min Sik eating live octopus for the movie Oldboy.
And here is the final clip:
Is this practiced in real life ? Yes!They do this in Korea. Here is a clip from the legendary "Travellers" show:
Sunday, June 10, 2007
The following video may be slightly disturbing to some of our readers. But this is a reality and is a case of medical condition known as harlequin ichthyosis [also, ichthyosis congenita or keratosis diffusa fetalis]
a skin disease, is the most severe form of congenital ichthyosis, characterized by a thickening of the keratin layer in fetal human skin. In sufferers of the disease, the skin contains massive, diamond-shaped scales. In addition, the eyes, ears, mouth, and other appendages may be abnormally contracted. The scaly keratin greatly limits the child's movement. Because the skin is cracked where normal skin would fold, it is easily pregnable by bacteria and other contaminants, resulting in serious risk of fatal infection.
Sufferers are known as harlequin fetuses, harlequin babies, or harlequins.
You can find more pictures and diagrams from medical records here.
Thursday, June 7, 2007
Christopher Woods said he drank the vitamin-enriched Boost Plus, made by the Swiss-based Novartis pharmaceutical company, on June 5, 2004.He woke up the next morning "with an erection that would not subside" and sought treatment of the condition, called severe priapism, court papers say.Novartis's Boost Plus website described the drink as "a great-tasting, high calorie, nutritionally complete oral supplement for people who require extra energy and protein in a limited volume", in vanilla, chocolate and strawberry.
Mr Woods, 29, had a penile implant to move blood from one area to another, acccording to the Associated Press.
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
See how the security failed. Very lame.As you can see,the man DID jump in. It was a successful attempt . Then why should the main stream media call it a "trial to think of making an attempt blah blah "..
Saturday, June 2, 2007
Damien Hirst, former BritArt bad boy whose works infuriate and inspire in equal measure, did it again on Friday with a diamond-encrusted platinum cast of a human skull priced at a cool $98 million.
The skull, cast from a 35-year-old 18th-century European male, is coated with 8,601 diamonds, including a large pink diamond worth more than $8 million in the center of its forehead.
Hirst, who has a preoccupation with blood and death and whose works range from diced and pickled quadrupeds to bloody depictions of birth, said he was inspired by similarly bejeweled Aztec skulls. While the skull is platinum and the diamonds flawless — and ethically sourced, Hirst stressed — the teeth are real.