Apr 11th 2011 7:58AM Thanks for sharing. Volkswagen Scirocco is a nice car with high tech features.
Apr 9th 2011 2:44AM The 2011 is a big year for the compact segment with the new entries from Chevrolet, Hyundai, Ford and the others competing. Toyota is responding with a refreshed 2011 Corolla. You can got it first look at the Carolla auto show in Los Angeles.
Apr 9th 2011 1:10AM The 2011 is a big year for the compact segment with the new entries from Chevrolet, Hyundai, Ford and the others competing. Toyota is responding with a refreshed 2011 Corolla. You can got it first look at the Carolla auto show in Los Angeles.
Apr 7th 2011 3:51AM This new design is very nice. Cruze is definitely an impressive addition to the Chevrolet's line-up. Everyone expect only more great cars from the GM.
Mar 9th 2011 4:38AM Evaporated milk is usually stored in a sealed can and is usually thicker than the fresh milk. However, many people prefer buying evaporated milk as it can be stored for a longer time, and it doesn’t need refrigeration until the can is opened. My favorite is the coffee made up of evaporated milk.
Mar 4th 2011 6:43AM I'd be sure to buy those rubbery exterior cases but I'd be even more careful not to drop my iPhone 4 three times in a row. There is no doubt that plastic will definitely survive a fall better than most glass. Still, most high-end device manufacturers would go with a material that isn't plastic. The plastic makes them feel junky. I also think that most manufacturers would think a consumer would definitely take better care of high-end device.
Apple will most likely have to go to carbon fiber on iPhones in the future. Apple could certainly use Lexan plastic for survivability, but it scratches so easily. Apple would have to devise some sort of thin outer glass coating for hardness. No way to win 100%. There'll always have to be some compromise.
Mar 1st 2011 12:04AM Studies have demonstrated that Vagus Nerve Stimulation is an effective therapy for medically refractory partial-onset seizures and depression, with an approximate long-term decrease in mean seizure frequency of 40-50%, and a short-term decrease in mean seizure frequency of 20-30% in patients older than 12 years.
Feb 26th 2011 6:10AM Nyotaimori, also known as ‘Body Sushi’, is a type of sushi or sashimi that is served on the body of a women, typically naked women body. This kind of serving is rarely found in some parts of the world. This is an obscure Japanese practice, which had attracted immense media attention when it was first introduced.
Nyotaimori is art. Sushi is considered very pure and elevated in Japanese and when sushi is put on woman's body, that woman needs to proud of herself, not that cheap stupid thoughts.
Feb 24th 2011 2:52AM This must be one of the craziest things I have ever done in my life. 30,000 people cramming into a tiny town to throw tomatoes at each other. It is fantastic fun though to be involved in a massive food fight - but be warned that if you are in close to the “greasy pole” in the centre of the town - it does get rough and is not really for the faint hearted.
The best part is when the fight ends and everyone trudges through the town tomatoes everywhere and all the townspeople lean out of their windows to hose you down so you can get back on the train.
Check the bunol website to see when La Tomatina will be each year as the date changes but usually it is the end of August.
Feb 23rd 2011 12:01AM Gels reportedly don’t chip as easily and are often called a “more natural” alternative to acrylics, but Consumer Reports warns these new gel treatments can carry a serious health risk.