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Cheerleaders ticketed for performing in the street


Released: Sept. 30, 2013 at 1: 58 PM

GREATER LONDON, Ontario, Sept. 30 (UPI) — A cheerleading coach at the University of Western Ontario in Canada said the team’s captain was ticketed for top a street-side cheer during homecoming.

Coach David Tracey said team captain Max Gow led a cheer routine in the street in a student neighborhood in London whilst walking to Saturday’s homecoming sport, the QMI Agency reported Monday.

Tracey said law enforcement approached as three male cheerleaders were throwing a female cheerleader to the air. The officers told them they could not perform the routine in the street and Gow was issued a $136 ticket.

“It’s homecoming. Are we not designed to generate spirit? We’re the cheerleading team for goodness sake, inch Tracey said.

The particular ticket said Gow was “causing a nuisance in the street by performing a cheerleading performance. ”

A police spokeswoman mentioned she could not comment on the ticket until speaking with the issuing official.

Tracey said the street was already filled with people when the cheerleaders started performing.

“If were truly blocking the street and tying up traffic and leading to some kind of public disturbance then maybe I’d almost understand it, although not in this scenario, ” Tracey mentioned.

Top five Weirdest Cars Ever Made


Vacation Saloon
Can you imagine being stuck in your holiday traffic departures? You should think about it with a car that guarantees exceptional comfort.
Holiday Saloon

Vacation Saloon

This really is just one of the cockpits appeared on the ” Lowrider Experience” held in Los Angeles. Right here, fifty years ago, was created the movement of the ” lowrider ” as an act of rebellion of the Chicano ( Mexican Us citizens ) against the American middle course. The symbol of this class had been just the car that the bow, looking for a new identity, began to reinterpret. Digging in bizarre designs and accessories remarkable makes this movement a true art style.


Denim is fashionable

The mini vehicle has now entered the myth. In the photo, Serge Porcher proudly shows his mini with a great set of denim of his own design, not a mere exercise in tailoring, yet a true work of art exhibited at the Royal College of Art and Style in London. He had already offered all of us food for thought on modern art. To contribute to the popularity and success of the Mini were also often unscrupulous advertising campaigns, as you can see in the gallery dedicated to “Crazy Advertisements. ”

Denim is trendy

Denim is trendy


In the car like in your own home

In a conventional vehicle race one of the most important things is exactly the mass of the engine, in the case of Red Bull soap box race, the basic element is the creative spirit which gives shape and color to the ” body ” of the vehicle in origin … American, these competitions have crossed the ocean in order to spread throughout the world with artistic goals typical of each nation. It is an ecological race showing that the vehicles are not equipped with engines, but just exploiting the force of the law of gravity by jumping at full acceleration by the sloping streets.

In the car like at home

In the car such as at home

In the “auto living room” picture which was competed in the Red Bull Soap Package Race of Johannesburgh there is a big service on these crazy competitions is dedicated Focus on n. 134 (December 2003).


Farewell Beetle

The only assembly line that produces beetles on the planet is that of the factory in Puebla, 105 kilometers from Mexico City. And the beetle will be released following that on July the 30 th and it will become really the last of the old series: Volkswagen has announced the production of the last 3, 000 copies of the legendary “Beetle “. The production shuts and a myth sets.

Goodbye Beetle

Goodbye Beetle

The model has remained essentially unchanged over the years from your prototype product in Hitler’s Indonesia in 1934 and marketed as the “sedan “for excellence in the war.

In the picture there exists a version of ” hydro massage ” the legendary car, on display at a in Chateau d’Oex (Switzerland).


Ecology on track

This car launched with full speed on the circuit in Lausitz, Germany, should not be the ultimate in comfort. But one thing is certain, it utilizes little! This is in fact the main requirement required to race cars participating in the yearly Shell Eco- marathon.

Ecology on track

Ecology on track

In the race you need to travel the greatest number of miles while consuming as little as possible. This year one of the most environmentally friendly, according to the jury, was a People from france prototype that thanks to a special body very light has traveled 3771 km with only 1 liter associated with fuel. French solar-powered model managed to consume only 1 kWh of electricity – what you normally consume only for the ignition of a washing machine – every 640 km.

Columbia students love them some Nutella


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Students at Columbia possess a surprising addiction. Buzzfeed tells us the particular shocking truth:

Columbia officials say they’re losing $5, 000 worth of Nutella every week. Using the numbers above, that’s 850-950 pounds worth of supply.

If you think that’s scary, consider what that amount of Nutella costs per year: the tuition of about 4 students.

Via Buzzfeed.

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This Beer-Barricaded House May Be The Best Wedding Prank Ever


Friends of a newly-married couple in Belgium recently pulled off what may be the most legendary beer prank ever.

Newlyweds Sofie Verret and Gerry Dumortier arrived home the morning after their own wedding to find it completely barricaded with hundreds of beer crates. Oh, and an enormous sign reading, ““Shh… Newlyweds. Baby in the making. ”

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As though that wasn’t enough, the close friends (or enemies? ) arranged seven, 500 empty beer bottles in the backyard in the shape of the couples’ initials.

beer prank

According to Deredactie. be, it got Verret and Dumortier 20 minutes to hack their way into their own home.

Dumortier isn’t too upset over the whole thing, according to a BuzzFeed interpretation of a quote given to Het Nieuwsblad. “It was fun, we had an excellent laugh, and [our friends] helped us clean it all up, ” the couple said.

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Cheating Husband Asks for 10,000 Facebook Likes to Win Wife’s Forgiveness


A thousand roses, boxes of chocolates, diamond necklaces, expensive shoes and cars. These are just some of the many ways men have tried to earn their spouses’ forgiveness after having cheated on them. Meet Ivan Lewis, the cheater, and Sonya Gore, the mastermind behind her husband’s unique and very public display of affection.

Lewis and Gore got married in 2010 but split after only 10 months because of Lewis’ constant cheating. After some time apart, during which Lewis reflected on what he had done, the guy decided to put an end to his unfaithful ways and do everything in his power to get Gore to forgive him. On September 22, he proposed to her publicly on his Facebook wall. Although many people were touched by his gesture, Gore wasn’t too impressed. He then posted a picture of himself holding a piece of paper which read “I cheated on my wife!!! (and she was ugly!!!)”, stating that he needed 10,000 likes in order for Gore to take him back. His plea was generally well received but there was a good amount of criticism as well: “My man wouldn’t have to show and prove it on fb! So, I’m probably one on the number who wouldn’t care for that!!”, Facebook user Latoya Holiday wrote. “Well if she was ugly why’d you do it? Men always think the grass is greener on the other side, this is a lesson learned if she takes you back and if she does this should never come up again because once you forgive someone you can’t keep back tracking, move forward and keep God first, I hope yall make it work !” another user posted.

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Photo: Facebook

Unexpectedly, Gore was always quick to reply with supportive comments about Lewis, even stating that it was her idea to post the picture. In fact, she was also the one who wrote the message. Most people were very sympathetic towards him, stating that it took a lot of courage to publicly admit to his mistake, and that his response to criticism, “Bro I’m goin’ to get my wife back”, strengthened their belief in love and forgiveness.

Sonya-and-Lewis

This is the photo Lewis Posted on Facebook on September 22, with the following message: “This is my wife Sonya Gore we have been separated for two years an i wanted to ask her will u marry me again??”

Photo: Facebook

As of September 30, 00:00 (might need to recheck later), Lewis’ bizarre photo received 14,050 likes on Facebook and was shared 1,142 times. Although the 10,000 threshold has been met, Sonya Gore hasn’t yet forgiven Lewis, but he is hopeful that she will, eventually.

via Newsone


Arse Elektronika 2013 ID/ENTITY, San Francisco Conference on Sex and Technology


The seventh annual Arse Elektronika, a conference on sex and technology, takes place October 3 through 6 in San Francisco. This year’s conference will focus on issues of identity through talks, videos, and performances. The conference will open with a book release party for Screw The System, the fourth Arse Elektronika anthology. Arse Elektronika is presented by monochrom. Tickets are available here.

Lego’s $1000 golden ticket for Kiwi couple


Mr Gold

Lego

Mr Gold: The particular limited edition Lego mini-fig is offering for ridiculous sums online.

Mr Gold

Protected: Marc and Jane Murray aren’t taking any chances with their Mister Gold.


A New Plymouth couple stockpiling Lego for their 8-month-old baby boy have chanced upon a coveted golden Lego man.

Jane Murray and her husband, Marc, started their son’s Lego selection by buying six Lego mini-figurines from the New Plymouth Warehouse on Saturday.

After getting home and opening the first lot, they decided to go back and get another lot.

“We didn’t know about the gold Lego man until we opened up one of the packets and read the brochure inside it, so we thought ‘these are very cool’ and went and purchased another six from the same Warehouse in town, ” Jane said.

Standing at the counter, Marc spoken to a child trying to decipher the thing that was inside his bag, she stated.

Asking him what he or she thought his chances were of getting a Mr Gold, the child stated: “Nah, you won’t find one of those in New Plymouth, they’re too uncommon. ”

Only 5000 Mister Golds were released worldwide.

So far, 1676 have been found, from Italy to the United States, with eighteen uncovered in New Zealand.

Each Mr Gold minifigure comes with a special code that lets kids see how many figures have been found.

Jane Murray said they might be selling Mr Gold, most likely on eBay.

In 04 a Napier Trade Me consumer sold a Mr Gold with a small scratch on the torso designed for $750, but several Mr Golds have been listed on eBay with requesting prices of more than $1000.

Mister Gold’s bio says he is “shining and golden from the top of his tall tophat to the guidelines of his toes”, and could end up being discovered in all sorts of unexpected places.

“He never seems to turn up precisely when and where you’re looking for him, ” this says.

– © Fairfax NZ News


Chinese doctors grow nose on man' s forehead


Doctors in China have initiated a new treatment which they say can eventually benefit thousands of patients. They had been treating a 22 year-old patient, whose nose had been badly damaged in a traffic accident.

They have been able to grow a brand new nose, as China correspondent Damian Grammaticas explains.

Watch the video for the complete story.

Scientists Invent Lightsaber, Claim Dubious Blog Headlines


(Image: Lucasfilm)

Physicists Mikhail Lukin (Harvard) plus Vladan Vuletic (MIT) claim to have invented a new form of matter: photons that act as though they have mass. I have no idea if it’s genuine. But I am certain that Prof. Lukin knows exactly how to get media interest:

“Photonic molecules, ” however , act less like traditional lasers and more like something you might find in science fiction – the light saber.

“Most of the properties of light we all know about originate from the fact that photons are massless, and that they do not interact with each other, ” Lukin said. “What we now have done is create a special type of medium in which photons interact with each other so strongly that they begin to work as though they have mass, and they join together to form molecules. This type of photonic bound state has been discussed theoretically for quite a while, but until now it hadn’t been observed.

“It’s not an in-apt analogy to compare this particular to light sabers, ” Lukin added. “When these photons connect to each other, they’re pushing against plus deflect each other. The physics of what’s happening in these molecules is similar to what we see in the movies. inch

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    Daphne Melin

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