Thursday, April 30, 2009

Life is Beautiful

When you woke up today, feeling down and lazy to work?
Feel that everyday you have to do the same old thing again & again?
Probably you can change the way you think! Just by simply think :

-Just wish I could go back 10 to 20 years back to enjoy my youth? But from 20 to 30 years from now where will I be? Think! you will never have the today you are having after 20 or 30 years! Enjoy your life now. You don't have to look back!
-Plan for a holiday, go with your friend or your loves one! Plan far ahead so you can look forward for the special day!
-Life is unfair, you don't have to compare you life with somebodies else. If you want to compare, compare with the ppl who are least fortunate than you!
-Everyday you made choice either to be happy or unhappy when you wake up from bed. Choose to think positively.
-When you feel uneasy, down, angry, sad and etc, try to breath slowly and calm down. Believe in everything has a solution.
-Talk and discuss with your friend with your unhappiness, don't keep it to yourself.

This is just my 2 cent idea. Hope it is useful for you..

bizzare moustache around the world

Paul Blart : Mall Cop

So so lah.. Entire movie is funny.. just funny.. It will make you smile, but not enough to make you show your teeth.


Kevin James as Paul Blart
Keir O'Donnell as Veck Sims
Jayma Mays as Amy
Raini Rodriguez as Maya Blart
Shirley Knight as Mrs. Blart
Stephen Rannazzisi as Stuart
Peter Gerety as Chief Brooks
Bobby Cannavale as Commander Kent
Adam Ferrara as Sergeant Howard
Adhir Kalyan as Pahud
Erick Avari as Vijay
Jamal Mixon as Leon
Allen Covert as Jerky Security Guy
Bas Rutten as Drill Instructor
Jason Ellis as Prancer
Mike Escamilla as Vixen
Mike Vallely as Rudolph

The film received mixed reviews from critics. Rotten Tomatoes reported that 29% of critics gave positive reviews, based on 81 reviews. Furthermore, another review aggreator, Metacritic, gave the film a 41/100 approval rating, based on 21 reviews from mainstream critics.

Despite the generally negative reaction from critics, Roger Ebert awarded the film three stars for not having any adult-themed scenes, as in his review he wrote, "It's as slam-bang preposterous as any R-rated comedy you can name. It's just that Paul Blart and the film's other characters don't feel the need to use the f-word as the building block of every sentence."

Box office
Paul Blart Mall Cop was a box office hit. The film ranked #1 at the Canadian and United States box office with $9,791,368 from 3,144 theaters for an opening-day average of $3,105. During the film's entire 3-day opening weekend, the film remained at #1, grossing a total of $31,832,636, for a 3-day average of $10,125, outgrossing its $26 million budget. It grossed $39,234,238 over the entire 4-day MLK weekend, for a 4-day average of $12,479. The film was the second-best opening of all-time for the MLK weekend, behind 2008's Cloverfield. The film stayed at #1 in its second weekend, grossing another $21,623,182, dropping just 32 percent, and boosting the 10-day income to $64,923,380. As of April 28, 2009, the movie has grossed $176,102,023

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A Singaporean girl lifestyle

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Spot the laughing dog..

Can you guy saw a laughing doG?


Friday, April 10, 2009

US Bailout?

Ideal car during flood

Three decades ago James Bond (then enacted by British star Roger Moore) wowed the world with a car that could 'fly' under water in the movie The Spy Who Loved Me. Only, it was animation and not an actual scene.
But Frank M Rinderknecht, the 52-year-old automobile visionary and boss of Swiss automaker Rinspeed, has turned a dream into reality with his 'sQuba.'
Rinspeed sQuba is the most exciting thing at this year's Geneva Motor Show and is creating many a ripple.

SQuba is the world's first real submersible car that can 'move like a fish underwater'.

It can dive up to 32.8 feet (10 MT) below the surface of the water and can move at a sedate 1.8 miles per hour.

The sQuba has an open cockpit for 'safety reasons' (so that people can get out easily anytime in case of an emergency). The occupants of the car have to breathe compressed air through built-in scuba masks.

SQuba is an electric car that uses rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and 3 electric motors for propulsion.. It is a zero-emission car as documented by the rotating license plate in the rear. It produces no exhaust emissions.

The 'sQuba's' filling station is the water reservoir.? It is no surprise that the vehicle features powerful yet energy-saving LED lighting technology.

The first car that could drive underwater was Quandt's Amphibicar, built in 1968. Only 3,878 were produced but many are still being driven on roads.

Then Gibbs Technologies came up with Gibbs Aquada in 2004 which Virgin boss Richard Branson used to break the speed record for crossing the English Channel .
However, the sQuba seems to be the most exciting of them all.

To drive on the roads, the sQuba 'relies on a stainless coil-over suspension from KW automotive and large Pirelli tires mounted on custom-made forged light-weight wheels from AEZ with 17- and 18-inch diameters.'

Technical data

Length ----- 3'785 mm
Width ----- 1''940 mm
Height ----- 1'117 mm
Wheelbase ----- 2?300 mm
Track front ----- 1?470 mm
Track rear ----- 1?520 mm
Ground clearance ----- 130 mm
Empty weight ----- approx. 920kg

Top speed ----- > 120 km/h
Acceleration 0-80 km/h ----- 7.1 sec
Water speed ----- > 6 km/h
Under water speed ----- > 3 km/h
Dive depth ----- 10 m

Street ----- Electric
Power output ----- max. 54 kW at 4'500 /min
Torque ----- 160 NM at 1'500 /min
Water - Stern propellers ----- Electric
Power output ----- 2 x 800 W
Diving - bow jet drives ----- Electric
Power output ----- 2 x 3.6 kW Rotinor
Batteries ----- Lithium-Ionen
Voltage ----- 6 x 48 Volt

Power train ----- Rear wheel drive
Gearbox ----- R - N - F
Chassis ----- Steel
Body panels ----- Carbon Nano Tubes
Seating capacity ----- 2
Front suspension ----- Double wishbone
Rear suspension ----- Double wishbone
Dampers/springs ----- KW automotive
Steering ----- Rack & pinion

Front tyres ----- Pirelli P Zero 205/40 R17
Front wheels ----- AEZ 7.5 x 17'
Rear tyres ----- Pirelli P Zero 225/40 R18
Rear wheels ----- AEZ 8 x 18'
Air supply ----- 1 x 15 liter + 1 x 18 liter ScubaPro
Laser scanner ----- Ibeo
Lubricants ----- Motorex