Saturday, March 9, 2013

Kenya, has 13-year-old scheme to protect cattle from play (Photo 2)

Richard turer is the name of a 13-year-old "invention" of which is to protect livestock from wild animals, is spreading rapidly in all farms in Kenya. Turer is the author of a particular defense system against lions. He relates how for years to see his family blues night every time the lions devour livestock house. "I had noticed, he says, that whenever someone moving through the electric farm, lions feared. They began to think of my defense system. "His defense system is fairly simple. Consists of lamps placed in a wire. Their energy is provided through some rechargeable batteries from solar panels and a circumference sigurie.Gjatë night, approaching wild animals find their food among family herds. Lions just pass the security perimeter set up by a thin thread, lit lamps and move horizontally on the wire holder, creating the impression of a man with the power that moves. This has proved effective as a lion afraid. The family of 13-year-old confesses that since the operation of this security system has not lost any animals. His defense system spread rapidly throughout the country, while recently he was invited to California in a scientific forum to present his work.

Friday, March 8, 2013


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Kanye West is fed up with Kim Kardashian’s Mom

kim-kardashian-495IT seems there is an ulterior motive to Kanye West’s reported move to Paris.
We’re told the rapper, 35, is keen to move to the French capital with pregnant fiancée Kim Kardashian, 32, because he can’t abide Kim’s overbearing mother, Kris Jenner.
US spies tell us: “Kanye gets so annoyed by Kris. He wants to move Kim away from her family and start somewhere new.”
But we’d say Kanye has got his work cut out.

People Listening to ‘Thrift Shop’ Not Going to Actual Thrift Shops

Apparently, flannel zebra jammies only look good in music videos.
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - Season 4Seattle rapper Macklemore’s song “Thrift Shop,” which celebrates snagging “awesome” bargains on second-hand clothes, has sold more than 4 million digital copies and become the first indie track in nearly 20 years to top the Billboard charts. But it hasn’t boosted sales at actual thrift shops,reports the International Business Times.
National sales at Goodwill Industries, one of the largest thrift store chains, haven’t been significantly impacted since the song went viral (a Goodwill representative interviewed by the Times said data for the Seattle outlet branch where Macklemore filmed parts of the video, was not available). And while news spread around the Pacific Northwest that Seattle’s Fremont Vintage Mall makes a cameo in the video, representatives for the basement collective said sales haven’t noticeably increased since the video’s release in August. Macklemore’s homage may appeal to the masses, but it looks like it really spoke to people who already know the wonders of Value Village (another shooting location for the video).
Macklemore told GQ that he’s been shopping at thrift stores “literally” his whole life. “My tally of purchases has got to be in the thousands. I would say probably 3,000 items.” And even though he hasn’t helped boost sales of velour jumpsuits or second-hand house slippers, Macklemore didpartner with Goodwill to auction off signed t-shirts to raise money for the chain’s job training program.
The upside of not thrifting? No one will ask if you’re wearing your grandma’s coat.