This dog makes no apologies for stealing the show! He’s just being dog. 🙂 Is this the cutest thing you will see today or not? I challenge you!
This one with Putin is just scary!
As is this Richard Branson one!
Ron Perlman meets his permed doppelganger.
Which one is the dawg?
The Dali Llama…literally!
Taylor Lautner and equally ‘squinchy-faced’ friend
Harrsion Ford’s quizzical expression is doubled.
Madonna. The frog plays a mean guitar and is also a marine biologist.Peyton Manning’s double.
Strut Cat and Leonardo Di Caprio.
Ron Perlman meets yet another doppelganger…no perm.
Mckayla Maroney and Red Rabbit do not approve.
‘Ner ner ner!’
Such beautiful hair. Julia Roberts style is nice too.
Rafael Nadal and a capybara getting passionate about tennis.
Any favourites? Whack it in the comments below! 🙂
I’m sure even our overseas visitors have heard about the Grenfell fire tragedy in the UK, involving a massive 24 storey 220 foot residential tower block.
Many were killed, burnt alive as fire swept fast and unexpectedly through the whole of the tall building due what we now know were cost cutting measures that otherwise would have seen the fire correctly contained to one apartment. Orphans were made as desperate mothers, accepting their own dire fate, threw their babies from great heights to strangers below. Many are still missing, by now of course presumed dead.
But I want to move the story on for The Big Question to get your point of view on the further developments.
There’s no more survivors. The various authorities, having done nothing for their tragic constituents for about a week, have kicked in and found new homes for (most of) the now homeless survivors.
This has caused some issues. I’ll illustrate this with 2 Camps.
Camp1 are the Grenfell fire victims who are now are going to be housed in an apartment block in a ‘swanky’ part of London within a luxury development. The government has basically gone to the new luxury development which had not finished selling it’s apartments and bought up all the remaining homes… nearby. This has ruffled the feathers of some of the residents there (who we’ll call Camp 2) who say that they don’t want them there. As an exclusive development the residents have paid a premium for the services, the exclusivity and to get to live with the ‘type of person’ who is able to live there.
The fire victims Camp 1, need homes. They need to settle down somewhere where they can mourn their missing loved ones and begin re-building their thoroughly shattered lives.
Most sane people would understand the needs of Camp 1 but I wonder if there is some understanding of the wealthy residents in Camp 2‘s point of view or not? ‘Type of person’ sounds snooty in black and white on a computer screen, but can and does have a variety of meanings. In this case it more than likely means some or all of the following; Low income, benefit dependent, foreign, illegal, Muslim…
The main argument being that you don’t pay a high premium for amenities and exclusivity to share the space with people who don’t.
A few views:
‘Have you heard about how they are letting these people who don’t work live in luxury apartments? People are saying that they don’t want these people here in their apartments, that they rely too much on the government. They are saying: ‘I pay £5,000 a month to live here’
‘North Kensington is not this Kensington. They should be in a place where they are happy, but not here. I don’t want them here.’
I should point out that the apartments the Grenfell survivors will be given are ‘social housing’ apartments which are usually very nice apartments built in close proximity to uber luxury apartments in a general deal struck up by the various councils and luxury developers to provide low income housing. So they get the nice area, the really nice apartments, but not the private communal cinema or access to the swimming pools, gyms etc.
I’ll also add that pretty much the whole thing was done in a knee jerk reaction by the authorities to make up for the initial total inertia and lack of leadership, accountability, compassion and duty of care shown to the residents when the tragedy started to unfold. Think Hurricane Katrina.
Here are some images from the luxury apartments. Not feeling the decor myself but there you go!
One gets the feeling that had they handled the situation better, Camp 1 would have been gradually re-homed in like for like accommodation.
But is that the point? Does that even matter?
I place the 2 sides of the argument in your proven capable hands!
WHAT SAY YOU?!
1. Sharrup The Ed! These people need homes. That’s all that matters. Doesn’t matter where.
2. Hold it right there The Ed! The Residents in Camp 2 have a point why should they now have to bear the brunt of the council and the governments mistake? This is not what they paid for.
Hit the comments and fix the world!
So…this 12 year old girl just ‘helped’ deliver her baby bro – you know…as you do! There was no panicked emergency that necessitated it, just a decision that this was probably the 3rd and last child that mother Zadyn Dellapena would be having, so…why not?!
Her name is Jacee and the doc, Dr Walter Wolfe apparently asked if she wanted to deliver the baby, upon which she was fitted with scrubs and the rest is internet history.
As you will see, she was not just pootling around in the room at the time, as kids might do at a home birth, she was all up in the business end of the delivery and was the first to welcome the newborn sprog Cadyn.
Look at her face though! 🙂
Loving the matching expressions!
Quite amazing huh?!
Well, this is it… It IS amazing, but I’m still not sure how I feel about it. Am I pro or con? I dunno!
Not sure how to articulate exactly what I have a problem with…not even sure I have a problem.
So I have to turn once more to you guys.
SCHOOL ME! – WHAT SAY YOU?!
It’s natural you fool! It’s the greatest thing since sliced bread and all 12 year olds should be doing this!
Has that child got no homework she should be doing?!
1. It’s not about how much you know, it’s who you know.
2. Don’t work hard. Work intelligently.
3. 70% of the stuff you are being taught at school will be meaningless.
4. Learn a timeless skill.
5. Trust yourself.
6. There are multiple entrances to anywhere.
7. Don’t follow.
8. There is no such thing as ‘the truth.’
9. Don’t listen to people. They talk a lot of shite.
What are yours?
What have the years taught you?
Hit the comments!
A woman named marinna rollins had charge of a handsome little pit bull named Huey whom she was looking after whilst her estranged husband was stationed in Korea. Huey had been adopted from an animal shelter in Cumberland County, North Carolina, so one can imagine that he had already experienced the arse end of humanity.
She and her boyfriend jerren heng took Huey to a wooded park, tied him to a tree and shot him multiple times whilst recording the event and laughing. heng can be heard asking to shoot the dog also. A friend of theirs posted the video on Facebook in the hopes that it would highlight their actions and lead to punishment.
I was very saddened to hear that the woman was found dead in her home on Sunday.
It was suicide and not payback.
Wecome to the future!
When this first came out a lot of people across the net thought it was fake. It’s very real! The flying hoverboard is designed by Franky Zapata of Zapata Racing (who makes the water based version also). It had been in development for 4 years when he took it out for it’s first test run.
It has 4 x 250 horsepower engines and the intention was to create something that could make a man fly despite being so small. He wanted it to operate without helicoptery bits or a large jet backpack that indeed people would think it was not possible and it was a hoax.
Next Zapata is talking about flying for longer lengths and flying cloud high. He is musing about government and safety clearances…so who knows??!!
You thought your car insurance was high? Imagine the insurance on this baby! 😯
Plus I look forward to seeing it scooped up for the next James Bond movie.
Perhaps we’ll see you literally dropping the kids off on the school run? 😯 Shopping?
Whenever I’m silly enough to doubt my ability with anything,
I always take a quick glance at people in the public eye earning millions for their ‘skills’ and back I bounce. Not in an arrogant ‘I’m so much better’ way, but simply in a ‘if they can do it so can I’ way.
Here’s an example:
A music producer friend of mine had the tuning tool that all producers use these days to whack up a note that was either slightly sharp or flat whilst mixing or producing in the studio. It’s called Auto-Tune.
For good singers it was a tool used merely to sustain a great ‘take’ or performance where everything else was great bar a few dodgy notes or unexpected voice cracks.
So for those it was a quick job – half hour, if that.
My friend once worked on an international star from one of the biggest bands of the decade. He had the unfortunate task of auto-tuning their vocal. When I popped into the studio he gave me a weary look.
‘I’ve been here for weeks!’ He wailed.
He told me he literally had to auto tune not just words but right down to syllables. The poor guy literally had to re-tune every breath from this multi-million selling ‘singer.’
What this reminds us is that no matter how crappy we feel our contribution to the world might be, there are people who are not quite as bothered about imposing mediocre on the world making a perfectly good living! In other words, of course we should do our best, but remember, there is an audience for everyone. Our job is to find them.
What Say You?!
Are you your worse critic and full of self doubt with any project you take on?