Saturday, March 22, 2008

Iraq war five years later

Japanese astronaut finds boomerangs do come back in space

JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, Texas -- Japanese astronaut Takao Doi has thrown a boomerang in space and found, to the surprise of many, that it does come back.
The 53-year-old conducted an experiment aboard the International Space Station (ISS) on Tuesday, Japanese time, to see whether boomerangs fly back in space.
Many had predicted that it wouldn't but, Doi confirmed that after finishing his duties on the eighth day, he threw it and it did come back.

Static Electricity

Cat and Mouse Game

Cute Polar Bear Cub

Confused Cats

Rolling Repairs


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Not quite as luxurious as I’d imagined.

Camouflage Marine

What, no bunny slippers?
Long story short…… his wife wears the pants in that family.

Saudi Arabia opens its first women-only hotel

RIYADH - For a country that goes to such great lengths to segregate unrelated men and women, it took Saudi Arabia a long time to hit on the idea of women-only hotels.
The kingdom's first hotel exclusively for females opened on Wednesday, offering plush lodgings with a full-range of health and beauty facilities for ladies to pamper themselves away from the accusing eyes of a male-dominated society.
"Inside this physical structure, we are all women. We even have bell-women. We are women-owned, women-managed and women-run, from our IT engineer to our electrical engineer,"