Monday, December 27, 2010

Hollywood Movie Blockbusters (Quiz)

There are 50 hidden movie titles in the picture above. Try to locate them. If you give up, scroll down for the answers.

Here's a clue photo:

Scroll down for the final answers:

1. Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
2. The Towering Inferno
3. The Birds
4. Star Wars
5. Breakfast At Tiffany’s
6. Fiddler On The Roof
7. The Piano
8. Ghost
9. 42nd Street
10. Jamaica Inn
11. Gone With The Wind
12. The Last Picture Show
13. School Of Rock
14. The Dam Busters
15. Chariots Of Fire
16. Gaslight
17. Mean Streets
18. A Fistful Of Dollars
19. The Sting
20. Blazing Saddles
21. Wall-e
22. The 39 Steps
23. Dances With Wolves
24. The Graduate
25. Singin’ In The Rain

26. Batman
27. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
28. Lady And The Tramp
29. Guys And Dolls
30. Toy Story
31. The Black Dahlia
32. Clockwork Orange
33. North By Northwest
34. Gladiator
35. Blade Runner
36. Jaws
37. Shakespeare In Love
38. Bad Santa
39. The Lion King
40. American Pie
41. Top Hat
42. Happy Feet
43. Shane
44. Raging Bull
45. Taxi Driver
46. The Eagle Has Landed
47. All About Eve
48. American Graffiti
49. The Queen
50. Edward Scissorhands

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Family Problems (Joke)

Two men, one American and an Indian were sitting in a bar & drinking Shot after Shot.

The Indian man said to the American, ‘You know my parents are forcing me to get married to this so called homely girl from a village whom I haven’t even met once.’ We call this arranged marriage. I don’t want to marry a woman whom I don’t love. I told them that openly and now have a hell lot of family problems.’

The American said, talking about love marriages… I’ll tell you my story. ‘I married a widow whom I deeply loved and dated for 3 years.

After a couple of years, my father fell in love with my step-daughter and married her, so my father became my son-in-law and I became my father’s father-in-law.

Legally now my daughter is my mother and my wife my grandmother. More problems occurred when I had a son. My son is my father’s brother and so he is my uncle.

Situations turned worse when my father had a son. Now my father’s son,my brother is my grandson. Ultimately, I have become my own grand father and I am my own grandson. And you say you have family problems.’
The Indian fainted.

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Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Kid 3000 - You Believe that?

Women vs Men Perception (Funny)

Woman 1 I had a fine evening, how was yours

Woman 2 it was a disaster. My husband came home, ate his dinner in three minutes and fell asleep in two minutes. How was yours

Woman 1 Oh it was amazing! My husband came home and took me out to a romantic dinner. After dinner we walked for an hour. When we came home he lit the candles around the house and afterwards talked for an hour. It was like a fairytale!
At the same time, their husbands are talking at work.
Husband 1 How was your evening

Husband 2 Great. I came home, dinner was on the table, I ate and fell asleep. It was great! What about you

Husband 1 It was horrible. I came home, there's no dinner because they cut the electricity because I hadn't paid the bill; so I had to take my wife out to dinner which was so expensive that I didn't have money left for a cab. We had to walk home which took an hour; and when we got home remember there was no electricity so I had to light candles all over the house! After all, I was so aggravated that I couldn't fall asleep and my wife was jabbering away for another hour!

Friday, December 03, 2010

Where children sleep

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep

The front cover of James Mollison's book of photographs of children from around the world and their bedrooms. Mollison hopes his photographs will encourage children to think about inequality.

James Mollinson photographs children's bedrooms: Kaya
Kaya, four, lives with her parents in a small apartment in Tokyo, Japan. Her bedroom is lined from floor to ceiling with clothes and dolls. Kaya’s mother makes all her dresses – Kaya has 30 dresses and coats, 30 pairs of shoes and numerous wigs. When she goes to school, she has to wear a school uniform. Her favourite foods are meat, potatoes, strawberries and peaches. She wants to be a cartoonist when she grows up.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Jasmine
Jasmine (‘Jazzy’), four, lives in a big house in Kentucky, USA, with her parents and three brothers. Her house is in the countryside, surrounded by farmland. Her bedroom is full of crowns and sashes that she has won in beauty pageants. She has entered more than 100 competitions. Her spare time is taken up with rehearsal. She practises her stage routines every day with a trainer. Jazzy would like to be a rock star when she grows up.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Anonymous
Home for this boy and his family is a mattress in a field on the outskirts of Rome, Italy. The family came from Romania by bus, after begging for money to pay for their tickets. When they arrived in Rome, they camped on private land, but the police threw them off. They have no identity papers, so cannot obtain legal work. The boy’s parents clean car windscreens at traffic lights. No one from his family has ever been to school.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Dong
Dong, nine, lives in Yunnan province in south-west China with his parents, sister and grandfather. He shares a room with his sister and parents. The family own just enough land to grow their own rice and sugarcane. Dong’s school is 20 minutes’ walk away. He enjoys writing and singing. Most evenings, he spends one hour doing his homework and one hour watching television. When he is older, Dong would like to be a policeman.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Jasmine
Indira, seven, lives with her parents, brother and sister near Kathmandu in Nepal. Her house has only one room, with one bed and one mattress. At bedtime, the children share the mattress on the floor. Indira has worked at the local granite quarry since she was three. The family is very poor so everyone has to work. There are 150 other children working at the quarry. Indira works six hours a day and then helps her mother with household chores. She also attends school, 30 minutes’ walk away. Her favourite food is noodles. She would like to be a dancer when she grows up.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Jasmine
Roathy, eight, lives on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. His home sits on a huge rubbish dump. Roathy’s mattress is made from old tyres. Five thousand people live and work here. At six every morning, Roathy and hundreds of other children are given a shower at a local charity centre before they start work, scavenging for cans and plastic bottles, which are sold to a recycling company. Breakfast is often the only meal of the day.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Thais
Thais, 11, lives with her parents and sister on the third floor of a block of flats in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She shares a bedroom with her sister. They live in the Cidade de Deus (‘City of God’) neighbourhood, which used to be notorious for its gang rivalry and drug use. Since the 2002 film City of God, it has undergone major improvements. Thais is a fan of Felipe Dylon, a pop singer, and has posters of him on her wall. She would like to be a model.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Nantio
Nantio, 15, is a member of the Rendille tribe in northern Kenya. She has two brothers and two sisters. Her home is a tent-like dome made from cattle hide and plastic, with little room to stand. There is a fire in the middle, around which the family sleep. Nantio’s chores include looking after the goats, chopping firewood and fetching water. She went to the village school for a few years but decided not to continue. Nantio is hoping a moran (warrior) will select her for marriage. She has a boyfriend now, but it is not unusual for a Rendille woman to have several boyfriends before marriage. First, she will have to undergo circumcision, as is the custom.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Douha
Douha, 10, lives with her parents and 11 siblings in a Palestinian refugee camp in Hebron, in the West Bank. She shares a room with her five sisters. Douha attends a school 10 minutes’ walk away and wants to be a paediatrician.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Tzvika
Tzvika, nine, lives in an apartment block in Beitar Illit, an Israeli settlement in the West Bank. It is a gated community of 36,000 Haredi (Orthodox) Jews. Televisions and newspapers are banned from the settlement. The average family has nine children, but Tzvika has only one sister and two brothers, with whom he shares his room. He is taken by car to school, a two-minute drive. Sport is banned from the curriculum. Tzvika goes to the library every day and enjoys reading the holy scriptures. He also likes to play religious games on his computer. He wants to become a rabbi, and his favourite food is schnitzel and chips.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Lamine
Lamine (above), 12, lives in Senegal. He is a pupil at the village Koranic school, where no girls are allowed. He shares a room with several other boys. The beds are basic, some supported by bricks for legs. At six every morning the boys begin work on the school farm, where they learn how to dig, harvest maize and plough the fields using donkeys. In the afternoon they study the Koran. In his free time Lamine likes to play football with his friends.

James Mollison's photographs of where children sleep: Joey
Joey (below), 11, lives in Kentucky, USA, with his parents and older sister. He regularly accompanies his father on hunts. He owns two shotguns and a crossbow and made his first kill – a deer – at the age of seven. He is hoping to use his crossbow during the next hunting season as he has become tired of using a gun. He loves the outdoor life and hopes to continue hunting into adulthood. His family always cook and eat the meat from the animal they have shot. Joey does not agree that an animal should be killed just for sport. When he is not out hunting, Joey attends school and enjoys watching television with his pet bearded dragon lizard, Lily.

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