April 20th, 2009

Memey Suhaiza Sambut Hari Lahir Bersama Norman Hakim


Kantoi! Tak perlu nak menafikan lagi wahai Encik Norman Hakim oii! Pendedahan dalam Melodi baru-baru ni oleh seorang penduduk perumahan, ramai yang mengatakan itu tidak lain tidak bukan, adalah Norman dan Memey. Kalau nak tahu rahsia sebenar, kena tanya sendirilah sama orang TV3. Kami di OhArtis tak berani nak kantoi'kan sapa-sapa. Orang kata tak baik buka aib orang iye tak? Walaupun orang tu sengaja mengaibkan diri sendiri. Hehe!

 

Namun, sekeping gambar yang tersebar ini betul-betul mengundang pandangan yang tidak manis. Kelihatan Norman sangat mesra dengan Memey bergambar di depan kek hari jadi. Hari jadi siapa? Memey'lah kot!

Mahkamah tak payah buang masa lagi nak bicara-bicara kot? Kahwin kan je terus. Dua-dua kompom melompat2 gembira. Percayalah.

 

p.s. ni lla kerja pemberita-pemberita kita, biag la kat depa , depa tengah dok syok

 "Malia Mam" <maliabust@yahoo.com>

 

 
 

Pedestrian Crossing Artwork

 Artist Peter Gibson --aka Roadsworth, often referred to as Canada's own Banksy-- creates fascinating artworks over pedestrian crosswalks. A direct response to what he calls the 'car culture' that has gotten him into trouble with the law --he was arrested and charged with 53 counts of mischief--, he began painting the streets of Montreal in the fall of 2001 and received almost universal praise from the public for questioning the impact of our dependency on automobiles on society. Meet some of his finest works.



 


 


 


 


 


 


 


" Failure also looks beautiful, when U have a loved one to support U "

 

"Ahmad Fuad Ahmad" <fuad9_99@yahoo.com>





Swimming Pool On Water

A swimming pool on water, there's something you don't see every day.


Called the Badeschiff (that's German for "bathing ship") this floating swimming pool is really just an old barge transformed into a public pool last year in Berlin, on the Spree river. Unfortunately, the river itself is much too polluted for people to swim in, so this idea, as crazy as it looks, makes some sense.



It was first spotted in 2007, during a very hot Summer and during the off-season it's covered and closed to the public. But the hot Summer is here again and the Germans in Berlin will once again be able to enjoy a swim in the cool water of the Badeschiff. Would've been cool if it had a glass bottom though, so you could see the river.


 


 


 


 


 


"Ahmad Fuad Ahmad" fuad9_99@yahoo.com

Post Hole Digger vs Gas Pipe

You may know about the law requiring you call for utility locating before you do any excavation.
The pictures below are a result of a guy using a post hole digger with out calling for "locations" and he hit an underground, high-pressure cross country gas pipe.

  They never did find the guy…… Took out 2 homes. 














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"Ahmad Fuad Ahmad" <fuad9_99@yahoo.com>

Colourful Sea Creatures





The waters of Bali, Indonesia, are home to this otherworldly creature, a peacock mantis shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus). The shrimp feeds by smashing open its prey until it can feed on its tissue.


A smooth trunkfish (Lactophrys triqueter) swims through its coral habitat off Grand Turk Island in the Caribbean. Solitary in nature, the trunkfish blows water out of its mouth to expose prey such as mollusks, crustaceans, worms, and sponges.


A goby fish (Trimma okinawae) peers out of a sea anemone in the Solomon Islands. Gobies are serial sex-changers: They can go through both male and female phases.
 


A flamingo tongue sea snail (Cyphoma gibbosum) feeds from the top of a sea fan in the waters off Grand Turk Island. These predatory mollusks leave a noticeable trail of dead coral tissue in their wake.
 


Komodo National Park in Indonesia showcases a carnival of marine life, including this green-and-black nudibranch, seen here devouring a tunicate. The coloring of these carnivorous mollusks comes from the foods they eat.


A Denise's pygmy seahorse (Hippocampus denise) takes its place among coral polyps in Indonesian waters. At less than an inch (2.5 centimeters) tall, the seahorse's size and coloration help camouflage it within the gorgonian coral.


Look closely at this tapestry and you'll find an emperor shrimp and a crab on a sea cucumber. In this symbiotic relationship, seen here on Fiji's Rainbow Reef, the sea cucumber offers camouflaged protection (and possibly a ride) but is not harmed by its neighbors.
 


As if translucent spaceships in a night sky, hooded nudibranchs pulse in the waters of God's Pocket Marine Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada. These sea slugs flex their bodies to swim and can reach lengths of half a foot (15 centimeters).
 


A colorful crab and sea urchins make for a psychedelic scene in Clallam Bay, Washington. Marine invertebrates, sea urchins use their spines to move along the seafloor, and crabs are known to be their natural predators.



"Ahmad Fuad Ahmad" <fuad9_99@yahoo.com>