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Kowloon City  

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This is a facade of Kowloon Walled city in Hong Kong, 35.000 people living on 100x200 m. Demolished ten years ago.

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This poto must have been taken when it was new!
Wanna see what it looked like on the inside?

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Yowsers!

Thank God for Duct Tape!  

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duct tape to the rescue
3M duct tape making the world a better place!
LOL!

A Cute Little Mobile Home  

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mobile home

Is your house in foreclosure?
Here's an idea!

The Self Decapitating Goddess  

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Chinnamasta

Chinnamasta:
The goddess who cuts off her own head to feed her devotees. Wow! These paintings are really cool! Let me see, we've got blood, sex, and religion! What more could you want?

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chinnamasta tantra

One Smart Mouse  

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One Smart Mouse

Yes, he's smart all right.
Amazing actually!

Cool Sidewalk Art  

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Wow, this sidewalk art by Kurt Wenner is really cool!

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A computer to die for!  

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Computer To Die For

Yes, that's right, it's a computer that looks like a coffin!
How wierd is that?

Okay???  

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Lampost

So the lamp post was in the way and they just built the apartment building around it?
Who approved that one?

Don't mess with Barbie!  

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She's dangerous when she gets mad!
Don't belive me?
Just ask Ken!

Water Water Everywhere  

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There has been a lot of water around here this summer, I thought I'd share some cool pictures of that wet stuff when it's not washing houses away!

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Hill of Crosses  

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The Hill of Crosses is a site of pilgrimage in northern Lithuania. The first crosses were placed on the former hill fort in the 14th century. Over the centuries, not only crosses, but giant crucifixes, carvings of Lithuanian patriots, statues of the Virgin Mary and thousands of tiny effigies and rosaries have been brought here by Catholic pilgrims.

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The real reason for the Hill's existence lies buried in Lithuania's history. Over the centuries, the place has come to signify the peaceful endurance of Lithuanian Catholicism despite the threats it has faced throughout history. Invaded by Russia during the 1795 partition of the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth Lithuania disappeared altogether from the map of Europe. When the old political structure of Eastern Europe fell apart in 1918, Lithuania once again declared its independence. Throughout this time, the Hill of Crosses was used as a place for Lithuanians to pray for peace, for their country, and for the loved ones they had lost.

Most recently, the site took on a special significance during the years 1944-1990, when Lithuania was occupied by the USSR. Continuing to travel to the Hill and leave their tributes, Lithuanians used it to demonstrate their allegiance to their original identity, religion and heritage. Although the Soviets worked hard to remove new crosses, and bulldozed the site at least three times, the new crossess continued to appear and by 1985 the authorities had given up.

On September 7, 1993, Pope John Paul II visited the Hill of Crosses, declaring it a place for hope, peace, love and sacrifice.

Judgment Day  

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Judgment Day

Judgment day is here!
Show your tits, and I will judge them...

LOL...
Somebody thinks he's got a bright idea!

In my inbox  

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Images on your site

For those of my readers who don't read English, here's what it says:

Hello:

I must say, I'm quite upset. I have been using images from your website on my website for a long time now and suddenly they are gone, and I am concerned. I am using my website to build up my business which is not easy and you changed the location or deleted them or something.

My concern is that if you do not upload the images again I might have to contact my lawyer as I am using these images for the purpose of advertising and this sudden change without warning means I have to find where you have moved them to and get them working again.

Why would you do such a thing? I am an honest business man and small business like mine never get respect. I hope you realize it took me a long time to find images I liked. Now I have to find your images again. Please put them back right away. I don't think you want me to call my lawyer about this.

Pleas contact me either at this email or at --- to resolve this matter.

Sincerely,


LOL!!

Wow!  

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That's one hot kitty!

Perfectly Preserved Baby Dragon  

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Pickled Dragon

With tiny teeth and claws, a little tail and soft-looking white skin, could this really be what it seems - a baby dragon?

Highly unlikely of course, but this disturbingly realistic model almost had the experts fooled.

The dragon, suspended in a jar of what is thought to be formaldehyde, is believed to be the brainchild of German scientists who wanted to humiliate their English counterparts in the 1890s, when the rivalry between the two countries was intense.

Had they pulled it off it would have been one of the greatest hoaxes of all time.

However, according to documents found with it, the Natural History Museum turned the dragon away, possibly because they suspected it was a trick.

It was then sent to be destroyed. But it appears a porter intercepted the 2 1/2 ft-high jar and took it home. Now the dragon has surfaced in an Oxfordshire garage.

The papers say the porter was either a man known only as Moredun, or a Frederick Hart - whose grandson David found the jar containing the dragon in his garage last month.

Mr Hart, 58 , from Sutton Courtenay, said: 'My father, George, who is dead now, left it at my house when he moved away from London about 20 years ago.

'I was not there when he put it in my garage so I never really looked at it. It was just in the corner with a load of other junk and I found it when I was having a clear-out.

'I had never looked at it so when I saw the dragon it was a huge shock. I remember the crate it was in from when I was a kid because it was in my dad's workshop.

He just used to say the crate was fragile because it had a glass container in it. But I never saw what was in it.

I didn't know until recently and when I first saw it I didn't know what to make of it. Such things don't exist do they? It is very odd-looking.'

Mr Hart, who runs a marketing services company, asked his friend Allistair Mitchell to help him investigate the dragon's background.

Mr Mitchell, 42, who runs a marketing company in Oxford, said: 'The late 1800s were a time of intense rivalry between Britain, Germany and France over who was the world's leading nation.

'It would appear that this was an effort on the part of interested parties in Germany to discredit the British scientific community.

'At the time, scientists were the equivalent of today's pop stars and their achievements were heavily reported in newspapers.

'It would have been a great propaganda coup for the Germans if it had come off. Some of the documents are in German and date back to the 1890s.

'I've shown the photos of the dragon to someone from Oxford University and, like everyone who sees it for the first time, he thought it was amazing.

Obviously he could not say if it was real or not but he wanted to come and take a biopsy of it.

'It is a truly amazing thing. It stands about 30 centimetres but if you were to take it out of the jar and lie it flat with the tail extended, it's probably about a metre long.

'The dragon is flawless, from the tiny teeth to the umbilical cord. No matter how closely you look, you cannot tell if it is real.

It could be made from India rubber, because Germany was the world's leading manufacturer of it at the time, or it could be made of wax.

'Or, of course, it might be real.'

Jesus Car?  

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LOL!
The things people do never cease to amaze me!

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I found these pictures sitting in the My Documents folder in my computer. I have no idea how they got there or where they came from. It must have been a too much tequila not enough rational thinking kind of night. If one or more of them belongs to you and you don't want them here - I'll be happy to remove them.

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