Folks, I’m absolutely amazed by what I’ve just seen you YouTube. This man has control over lights and can turn them on and off without touching any kind of switch!
He should apply for the JREF Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge! Of course, if news of this got out, light switch sales would plummet as stores and office building facilitators would just have him walk through twice a day…
Ok Folks, a shortie but a goodie.
Someone posted this to Twitter a few weeks ago and I’ve been waiting for a good time to enlighten a few more people!
October 14, 2009, the 30th annual awards ceremony of the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund took place at the Asia Society in New York City. Lu Guang (Âç¢Â?ø) from People‚Äôs Republic of China won the $30,000 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography for his documentary project ‚ÄúPollution in China.‚Äù
This man has taken some wonderful and haunting photos.
We’ve all heard the spiel about the GDP (I got it in high school first and the media later) and how it’s the measure of a country’s economic blahblahblah, and how it’s the primary scorecard that policymakers, economists, international agencies and the media use to show how well we’re doing… but personally, I never did trust suits, so I decided to look a little further.¬†
Imagine a country with a vibrant, bustling economy whose growth seems to know no bounds even in these trying times.¬† New business is springing up everywhere you look and there’s no end in sight.¬† Concrete, steel, ships, textiles, automobiles, you name it!¬† And those are just the big ticket items!
No, it’s not some fairytale land of make believe and puppy dogs… it’s China.¬† Home of all things manufactured!¬† Hell, the toothpicks I bought yesterday are from China!