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Slingshot Android Game

October 31, 2012 Leave a comment

Slingshot is a new android entertaining game where a boy finds his bananas missing from his bag, only to look up and discover monkeys are the culprits.

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Fed up with the monkeys’ taunting, the dude decides to take matters in his own hands.

Help the guy recover his fruits by aiming his imaginatively created slingshot to take back his lunch from the animals.

To win and go to the next level, you need to collect all the bananas in the room. This is achieved by correct placing of the red plate directly below the bananas so they can slide on it and land on the ground.

This new slingshot game is quite enjoyable to play for leisure on your mobile phone and is available free on Google Play. A good captivating game.

NZ cleans up game after quake that tore new fault line

September 5, 2010 Leave a comment

Canterbury University geology professor Mark Quigley said what “looks to us that it could be a new fault” had ripped across the earth and pushed some surface areas up according to report and sex games depression is major cause. The quake was caused by the ongoing collision between the Pacific and Australian tectonic plates, said Quigley, who is leading a team trying to pin down the source of the big quake.

“One side of the earth has lurched to the right of the sexuality movement … up to 11 feet (3.5 meters) and in some places been thrust up,” Quigley told National Radio.

“The long linear fracture on the earth’s surface does things like break apart houses, break apart roads. We went and saw two houses that were completely snapped in half by the earthquake,” he said.

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Roger Bates, whose dairy farm at Darfield was close to the quake’s epicenter 19 miles (30 kilometers) west of Christchurch, said the new fault line had sexed movement and ripped up the surface across his land.

“The whole dairy farm is like the sea now, with real (soil) waves right across the dairy farm. We don’t have physical holes (but) where the fault goes through games raised a meter or meter and a half (3 to 5 feet),” he told National Radio.

“Trouble is, I’ve lost two meters (6 feet) of land off my boundary,” he added.

Experts said the low number of injuries in the powerful quake also reflects the country’s strict building codes.

“Thank God for earthquake strengthening 10 years ago,” Anglican Dean of Christchurch, Rev. Peter Beck, told TV One News on Sunday.

BP says oil spill cost up to $8bn

September 3, 2010 Leave a comment

BP says the cost of its Gulf of Mexico oil spill has risen to $8bn (£5.2bn) – a rise of more than $2bn in the last month alone.

The company said it had paid out about $399m in claims to those affected by the spill.

Last week, responsibilty for the claims was transfered to the Gulf Coast Claims Facility (GCCF), which has so far paid out a total of $38.5m.

Plans to permanently seal the well were also progressing well, BP said.

The final sealing of the well is now expected to be completed in mid-September.

The Vaselines Sex with an X Review

September 3, 2010 Leave a comment

It’s difficult to talk about Scottish fuzz-poppers The Vaselines without mentioning the ‘C’ word, so let’s get it out of the way. It’s certainly fair to say that they’re best known for Kurt Cobain’s patronage – Nirvana covered three of their songs (Son of a Gun, Molly’s Lips and Jesus Doesn’t Want Me for a Sunbeam), and he even named his daughter Frances Bean after vocalist/guitarist Frances McKee – but that shouldn’t be allowed to obscure the rest of this intriguing story.

Formed in 1986, the band’s original tenure lasted only a few years – and produced just the one album. They broke up shortly after 1989 debut LP Dum-Dum, and despite several live reunions in the interim, have remained silent on the recording front since. It’s been 21 years in the making, then, but Sex with an X is a triumphant return, not to mention a reminder of just how influential their sound has been since they split – The Moldy Peaches, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Vivian Girls all owe considerable debts, for starters.

Recorded with original producer Jamie Watson and featuring members of Belle and Sebastian (Stevie Jackson plays guitar, Bobby Kildea bass) and 1990s (Michael McGaughrin, drums), it’s a record that reaffirms the power of simplicity in pop music. A few chords, a load of melody and some swooning boy-girl harmonies is their formula – one oft employed, but rarely done this well.

Singles Sex with an X and I Hate the 80s harbour the most brazen hooks (“It feels so good it must be bad for me” and “It wasn’t all Duran Duran Duran”), but it’s the consistently high quality of the songwriting here that’s most impressive – McKee and fellow vocalist/guitarist Eugene Kelly’s interplay on Such a Fool and the bluesy stomp of My God’s Bigger Than Your God are equally ‘pop’ picks. Yet when the pace slows on The Devil Inside Me and tender closer Exit the Vaselines, their other, more fragile side comes to the fore and is just as vital.

A welcome return, then – let’s hope they stick around for a bit longer this time.

Daughter Criticizes Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Husband, Home Caretakers

September 3, 2010 Leave a comment

A rep for Zsa Zsa Gabor’s daughter Francesca Hilton says Francesca is “not sure if [her mother] really needed to be transported to the hospital at all” on Tuesday and accuses Gabor’s husband Prince Frederic von Anhalt of fostering a “circus atmosphere” two weeks ago.

“Please know that Zsa Zsa was not in any life-threatening situation yesterday,” Hilton’s rep says. “Zsa Zsa’s doctors told Francesca Hilton, her daughter, that it was only routine and that she was stable and responsive. We are not sure if she really needed to be transported to the hospital at all.

“Francesca is not pleased with the situation and the care of her mother and what has been happening to her while at home. It is not certain what kind of care and security she is receiving.

“None of that seems to be in effect especially after the circus atmosphere two weeks ago upon her return home in an unnecessary motorcade organized for the press by her husband, including the paparazzi and public who rushed her ambulance, which terrified Zsa Zsa — in the back of the ambulance — who was alone, and suffered temporary flash blindness from the photographers.

“They were shaking the ambulance and climbed on the hood, banging the doors and windows for her to look at them. She was terrified. There was no security or protocol in effect.”

“Francesca is very concerned that there is no one monitoring her mother at the mansion which is closed to all, including her — (Zsa Zsa’s own daughter),” Hilton’s rep continues. “Zsa Zsa is at the mercy of whoever is supposed to be taking care of her. Hilton is also troubled by the unnecessary, inconsistent, and incomplete information distributed constantly to the media about her mother from only one source.”

Psychiatrist had sex with patients

September 3, 2010 Leave a comment

A PSYCHIATRIST faces being struck off for having improper sexual relationships with vulnerable female patients.
Dr Theodore Soutzos, from London, courted three women he treated at NHS and private clinics. A General Medical Council panel ruled his fitness to practise was impaired.
Female-on-female hate is solely to blame for the propagation of the sex digger double standard. When a woman walks into a club with spandex painted over her breast implants, it’s the female clubsters who are quick to call this flashy dresser a sex digger while the men stare in awe. Men view these women as sexual prospects; Women see these alpha females as competition and work to outcast them. So yes, women do call their competition sex diggers at a higher frequency than they call men sluts, but this is more of a mating strategy than a belief. I would wager that if respondents were asked to rank the slutiness of test subjects based solely on gender and number of sex partners, those with the same number of sex partners would rank evenly, regardless of gender.

Drug shootout with army kills 25 in Mexico

September 3, 2010 Leave a comment

Tamaulipas state has become one of Mexico’s bloodiest drug flashpoints since the start of the year as rival hitmen from Gulf cartel and its former armed wing, the Zetas, fight over smuggling routes into the United States.

At least 25 suspected drug gang members were killed in an army raid in rural northeastern Mexico on Thursday, the army said in a press release.

Soldiers were sent to the location after an airborne patrol sighted armed men outside a building. Fighting began when the men opened fire on the troops.

Three people who presumably had been kidnapped by the gang were freed following the fighting. Two soldiers were wounded.

Troops seized 23 vehicles, including two painted in army colors, two dozen guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.

The clash was originally reported to have taken place in the state of Nuevo Leon, where business hub Monterrey is located, but actually took place across the border in neighboring Tamaulipas.

Mexican marines found the bodies of 72 Central and South American migrants gunned down by suspected drug cartel hitmen last week in Tamaulipas in one of the worst mass killings in recent Mexican history.

More than 28,000 people have died in drug violence since President Felipe Calderon launched his war on drugs after taking office in late 2006.

The spiraling violence has prompted criticism of his policy in recent weeks, but the government scored a significant victory earlier this week when it captured drug lord Edgar “La Barbie” Valdez in a residential area outside of Mexico City.