Tuesday, June 30, 2009


Sounds strange does it? You would be surprised at just how many people “decide” to quit smoking by being informed by their doctor, parent, sibling or friend that they will be quitting.

In order to successfully quit smoking for good you need to decide for yourself to quit. If you have actually made this decision on your own, you are doing an amazing job. If you are letting someone push you into quitting you are just setting yourself up for headaches ...

GOOD LUCK .... : )

Saturday, June 27, 2009

His last song . . . with Akon

Friday, June 26, 2009

The KING OF POP :Michael Jackson dead at 50

Michael Jackson, an incomparable figure in music, dance and culture whose ever-changing face graced the covers of albums that sold more than half a billion copies, died Thursday, shortly after going into cardiac arrest at his rented Holmby Hills mansion. He was 50. He spent much of his life as one of the most famous people on the planet, and to many, his untimely death felt both unthinkable and, oddly, inevitable.

Paramedics found Jackson in cardiac arrest when they arrived at his home shortly before 12:30 p.m., three minutes and 17 seconds after receiving a 911 call. His personal physician was already in the house performing CPR. Jackson was not breathing, and it appears he never regained consciousness. Paramedics treated Jackson at the house for 42 minutes, and he was declared dead at 2:26 p.m. at UCLA Medical Center, about two miles from his home above Sunset Boulevard."I got to kiss him and tell him goodbye," said Frank DiLeo, Jackson's manager and friend of 30 years, who was at the hospital. "I lost a very dear friend, someone who I admired, someone who was the greatest talent I ever met or worked with."

Los Angeles police said detectives would launch a thorough investigation of the death. They cautioned, however, that they did not believe Jackson was the victim of foul play and that the investigation was standard after the death of a person with his level of fame. Authorities said they would examine whether Jackson had been taking medications that contributed to his death; an autopsy is expected to be performed today.

Jackson's death was confirmed outside the hospital by his brother Jermaine, who once performed alongside Michael as a member of the Jackson 5, a family act that began in the steel mill town of Gary, Ind., before making it big in the music industry.Jackson -- who most famously lived in Santa Barbara County at his Neverland Ranch, named for the island where Peter Pan and the Lost Boys were in no danger of growing up -- had taken up residence in a seven-bedroom estate in Holmby Hills, which he was renting for $100,000 a month.

He had come to Los Angeles to rehearse for 50 sold-out concerts at London's O2 Arena, a run of shows that was scheduled to kick off July 13 and had been dubbed "This Is It." The concerts were to have been the start of an ambitious career revival designed to begin wiping out Jackson's staggering debt -- he owed at least $400 million and would have earned $1 million a night -- and return the singer to cultural relevancy.

Jackson's backers envisioned the London appearances as an audition of sorts for a reboot that would go on to include a world tour, movies, a Graceland-like museum, new music and revues in Macau and Las Vegas.

Those close to Jackson have said he had been working diligently to get in shape for his comeback. A year ago, he was gaunt and used a wheelchair, but recently he'd been exercising with a trainer in addition to daylong rehearsals with dancers half his age.

Kenny Ortega, the force behind "High School Musical" and "Dirty Dancing," was brought on as the concerts' director. Jackson was consumed with the project, Ortega said, personally approving every costume and every bit of choreography. Jackson was also thrilled by the notion of keeping the details of the tour secret.

"He was so in love with this project," Ortega said. "When I looked into his eyes, they looked great. . . . Michael was sincerely happy."

Rehearsals were to wrap up early next week. Ortega was leading one of the final rehearsals Thursday afternoon when he received a phone call confirming Jackson's death, which he then revealed to the tour performers.

"People fell to their knees," he said.

Johnny Caswell, a principal at Centerstaging, the Burbank soundstage where Jackson had been rehearsing, watched many of the run-throughs and said he was "absolutely shocked" by the performer's death. Jackson, he said, was "very frail" but approached the rehearsals -- including one the night before his death that witnesses at Staples Center called triumphant -- with boundless energy. "He was working hard," Caswell said.

In order for promoters to get insurance for the London shows, Jackson underwent a four-hour physical with an independent doctor this spring. Randy Phillips, the chief executive of AEG Live, the promoter, said the medical screening uncovered "no issues whatsoever."

Word of Jackson's death ricocheted around the nation. In Gary, Ind., outside his modest childhood home, fans formed a prayer circle. In New York, fans moonwalked outside the legendary Apollo Theater, where Jackson performed when he was 9. According to the Associated Press, so many people tried to verify Jackson's death that Google's computers interpreted the simultaneous searches for "Michael Jackson" as an automated attack.

As the night wore on Thursday, authorities pleaded with fans and onlookers to avoid UCLA Medical Center, to no avail. A large crowd, including some people wearing costumes similar to Jackson's performance outfits, gathered. Across the street, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house blasted Jackson's music. A group of young girls sobbed, blocking an emergency room driveway until police ushered them aside.

The crowd continued to swell as authorities flew Jackson's body from the hospital to the nearby coroner's office by helicopter -- an event that was televised live.

"Michael lived a tortured life," said Tommy Mottola, who oversaw Jackson's career for 16 years as head of Sony Music. "With his successes came all the pressures. . . . Imagine living with that stress on a minute-to-minute, day-by-day basis. And that's going on in life from the age of 5 or 6 to 50. It's almost shocking he made it through this long."

Jackson's comeback, Mottola said, represented "a very important platform for him to bridge the old and new." But Jackson also needed the comeback to reverse the damage done by years of excessive spending and little work. He has not toured since 1997 or released a new album since 2001, but he has continued to live like a megastar.


Thursday, June 25, 2009

ME TOO......

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

James Morrison : Broken Strings

You can't play our broken strings
You can't feel anything
That your heart don't want to feel
I can't tell you something that ain't real

Oh, the truth hurts and lies worse
How can I give anymore
When I love you a little less than before?

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

The 4th Annual Loews Coronado Bay Resort Surf Dog Competition!

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Monday, June 22, 2009

What´s the right sun protection for you ?

Whether you´re a sun-lover or a shade-seeker, protecting your skin in the sunshine can be a complicated business...

Research from Boots has revealed that only two out of five (41%) of us start thinking about wearing sun protection during April and May, despite the high temperatures we're increasingly experiencing during these months. Furthermore, nearly one in ten (8%)never wear sun protection...

Finding the right
Sun Protection Factor

1. If you are very fair with freckles, have blonde, red or light-brown hair and light eyes, you are most susceptible to burning, so don't go lower than an SPF25.

2. Darker skin that tans more easily should still use an SPF15 to 30 to minimise damage.

3. Asian and black skin has more natural protection, but, according to Clinique's Director of Biological Research and Development Tom Mammone, these skin types still need protection from UVA to protect against skin cancer, ageing and uneven pigmentation.

Children and suncare

This is particularly significant when it comes to children, who tend to spend more time outside than adults (though mothers of computer-addicted teens might disagree). Moreoever, some experts believe that just one episode of blistering sunburn before the age of 20 can double the risk of skin cancer. As children's skin is more vulnerable to sun damage they should always be protected with at least an SPF25.

Teach them to look after themselves with this tip - if your shadow is longer than your height, you're safe from burning. If it's shorter than your height, you are at risk of burning and should cover up or go inside.

The golden rule of sun protection is to apply your product liberally. If you don't, the level of SPF protection can be reduced quite significantly. On average you should get through a 200ml size bottle per person per week on holiday, using it each day.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Mary Poppins

jaw breaker -

Even though the sound of it is something quite atrosicous!
If you say it loud enough, you'll always sound precocious,


Mary Poppins:

Jane and Michael:





Friday, June 19, 2009

Celebrity heights

>Name <---> height

AAli Landry --> 180 cm

Alyson Hannigan --> 168 cm

Alyssa Milano --> 159 cm

Amy Weber --> 173 cm

Angelina Jolie --> 173 cm

Ashley Judd --> 170 cm

Avril Lavigne --> 160 cm

Azumi Kawashima --> 156 cm

BBeyoncé Knowles --> 171 cm

Britney Spears --> 165 cm

Brittany Murphy --> 160 cm

Brooke Burke --> 173 cm

Brooke Shields --> 180 cm

CCarmen Electra --> 163 cm

Charlize Theron --> 177 cm

Christina Aguilera -->159 cm

Cindy Crawford --> 177 cm

Claudia Schiffer--> 182 cm

DDrew Barrymore --> 163 cm

EEliza Dushku --> 165 cm

Elizabeth Hurley --> 173 cm

Eri Aikawa --> 163 cm

Erika Eleniak --> 165 cm

Estella Warren --> 175 cm

GGillian Anderson--> 160 cm

Gisele Bündchen --> 180 cm

Gwen Stephanie --> 168 cm

HHalle Berry --> 168 cm

Heidi Klum --> 176 cm

Hilary Duff --> 163 cm

Holly Valance --> 173 cm

JJenny Mc Carthy --> 169 cm

Jessica Alba --> 169 cm

Jessica Simpson --> 160 cm

KKate Moos --> 170 cm

LLaetitia Casta --> 170 cm

Lucy Liu --> 160 cm

MMamiko Tayama --> 160 cm

Mandy Moore --> 168 cm

Mariah Carey --> 175 cm

Matsushima Nanako--> 172 cm

Milla Jovovich --> 174 cm

Monica Bellucci --> 177 cm

NNaomi Campbell --> 177 cm

Natalia Oreiro --> 174 cm

Natalie Portman --> 160 cm

Nicole Kidman --> 180 cm

Nikki Cox --> 170 cm

PParis Hilton --> 173 cm

Penelope Cruz --> 163 cm

RRachel Stevens --> 165 cm

Rose McGowan --> 165 cm

SSandra Bullock --> 170 cm

Sara Shimada --> 162 cm

Sarah Michelle Gellar--> 153 cm

Shakira -->157 cm

UUma Thurman --> 183 cm

YYasminne Bleeth --> 168 cm

Thursday, June 18, 2009


Hello, my name is Chook and I suffer from the guilt of not forwarding 50 billion fucking chain letters sent to me by people who actually believe that if you send them on, a poor 6-year-old girl in Tumbarumba with a breast on her forehead will be able to raise enough money to have it removed before her redneck parents sell her to a travelling freak show.

Do you honestly believe that Bill Gates is going to give you, and everyone to whom you send "his" email, $1000?

How stupid are we?

Ooooh, looky here! If I scroll down this page and make a wish, I'll get laid by a model I just happen to run into the next day!"

What a bunch of bullshit.

Maybe the evil chain letter leprechauns will come into my house and sodomize me in my sleep for not continuing a chain letter that was started by Peter in 5 AD and brought to this country by midget pilgrims on the Endeavour.

Fuck 'em.

If you're going to forward something, at least send me something mildly amusing. I've seen all the "send this to 10 of your closest friends, and this poor, wretched excuse for a human being will somehow receive a nickel from some omniscient being".

I don't fucking care.

Show a little intelligence and think about what you're actually contributing to by sending out these forwards. Chances are, it's our own unpopularity.

The point being? If you get some chain letter that's threatening to leave you shagless or luckless for the rest of your life, delete it. If it's funny, send it on.

Don't piss people off by making them feel guilty about a leper in Botswana with no teeth who has been tied to the ass of a dead elephant for 27 years and whose only salvation is the 5 cents per letter he'll receive if you forward this email.

Now forward this to everyone you know.

Otherwise, tomorrow morning your underwear will turn carnivorous and will
consume your genitals.

Have a nice day.

P.S. - Send me 15 bucks


Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Do you like eating HOT - DOGS ???

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Beauty Competition ANT1
The Star Hellas - Miss Hellas pageant is the longest-running beauty competition pageant in Greece, in which the Star Hellas winner goes on to represent Greece at Miss Universe and the Miss Hellas winner goes to Miss World. The second runner-up goes on to represent Greece at Miss Earth. Other contestants compete in Miss International and Miss Europe pageants. Since 1989, the pageant is aired every year on Greece's private network ANT1.

>this year Star Hellas No.15 Viviana Kampanile-Zagorianakou

Monday, June 15, 2009

Today, it´s a very special day for me !
the reason:



HOLIDAYS for 3 months ......

Friday, June 12, 2009

sTrAnGe Lighters

^^Watch shape
^^Ice cream shape

^^Guitar shape

^^Skull shape

^^USB lighter with usb

^^Fire lighter shape^^Foot shape

MyStEry>>the purple painted pigeon . . .

Sure people living in and around The Big Apple, New York, are used to seeing pigeons. And a lot of those pigeons are purple. But this particular purple pigeon was a lot more purple than the rest, and with good reason: it was cruelly painted that color!

The victimized bird was unable to fly because its feathers had all gone stiff, and was taken to a nearby wildlife rehab outfit.

Let’s hope this doesn’t start a trend.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Jyoti Amge

is the world's smallest girl . . .(according to the Indian Book of Records)

>She is a 15 year old Indian teenager, at a weight of around 5kg and height of around 58 cm.

>She has a form of dwarfism called achodroplasia and will never grow any taller.

Jyoti Amge says "I am proud of being small. I love the attention I get."
"I'm just the same as other people. I eat like you, dream like you. I don't feel any different."
"I would like to work in a big city like Mumbai, act in films and travel to London and America."

Her mother Ranjana explained "When Joyti was born she seemed quite normal. We came to know about her disorder when she was five"
"Jyoti is small, yet cute, and we love her very much."

Hope you have a good

In the summertime

Amusement Parks
Lazy days
Starry nights

Sunday, June 7, 2009



the . . .

Donald Duck Party

If you don't think of Donald Duck as a political figure, you haven't lived in Sweden very long.

With apologies to Bugs Bunny, SpongeBob SquarePants, and even Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck has a fine tradition of scoring high in Swedish national elections, among voters who favor the joke vote.

The Donald Duck Party (Kalle Anka-partiet) is a Swedish joke political party that gets votes without really existing. For a long time, it was unregistered and had neither leaders nor members, until Bosse Person registered it (along with a number of other parties). He is still the only member, though.

At the very most, the Donald Duck Party has scored enough write-in votes at points theoretically to be the country's ninth-most popular (in 1991, it received 1,535 votes). At that time, the political platform mainly contained the points "free liquor and wider sidewalks".

In the 2002 national election, the party received only 10 of 5,303,212 total votes.

In the 2006 elections, the party (including all spellings) received 225 votes, placing it in the middle of the pack - 21st place out of about 40 parties running for office. All votes were write-in.

. . . . .Ssssss

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Jan Vormann - Lego . . .

Interesting idea, why not try to retouch old brickwork with some modern design, such as LEGO bricks. As you can see it looks cool, and you can try this at your own place.LEGO bricks are always interesting . . .
Jan Vormann used those to retouch worn out brickwork.Jan Vormann’s project Dispatchwork has been showing itself, piece by piece, throughout Berlin, in the form of repaired war damage.The bullet holes and bomb blast craters are now filled with layers of LEGO bricks.
Jan tells - "At some very touristic hot-spot, (kupfergraben corner with Dorotheenstraße) a whole lot of people of all ages spontaneously started "helping" us. Kids, Parents Grandparents. Some of which took the project "to another dimension" with a variation of approaches towards the possibilities of constructing with those little bricks."