マクドナルド上大岡カミオ店の「女性優遇トイレ」が男性差別だと炎上、店に取材をしてみたら・・

9598775マクドナルド上大岡カミオ店のトイレ問題に注目が集まることになったのは、ツイッタユーザーの「影夢」(@ME_OOQ)さんの「告発」が発端だ・・ 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9598775.html

[ このページを翻訳 ]

オードリー春日、塾講師から絶賛されるw 東大受験企画で驚異的な結果を叩き出すww

9616400
番組では「脳に効く得ワザを使えば春日でも東京大学に合格できる?」と題し、春日が東大受験に挑戦する企画がスタートした。 今回、春日が東京大学を目指すという試みで、番組がストックしている脳に効く得ワザを検証していったが・・ 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9616400.html

No bedtime. We playtime (Source: http://ift.tt/2w5JcvQ)



No bedtime. We playtime (Source: http://ift.tt/2w5JcvQ)

SOURCE: http://awwww-cute.tumblr.com/post/163524343216

She finally sat still for 2 seconds so I could take this…



She finally sat still for 2 seconds so I could take this picture! Meet Bonnie. (Source: http://ift.tt/2v1yaLa)

SOURCE: http://awwww-cute.tumblr.com/post/163523500678

「友達がブラック企業を辞めた意外な理由」が話題 過労死した先輩の葬式でお坊さんが会社を批判し・・

666
友達が超ブラック企業を辞めた理由。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9616709.html

This Bookstore In Chinese City Of Suzhou Becomes A Wonderland

Visitors flock to branch of bookstore Zhongshuge in Suzhou, East China’s Jiangsu province. The branch, which takes up 1,300 square meters, is designed with four reading areas, respectively named as “Rainbow Valley”, “Firefly Cave”, “Crystal Palace” and “Children’s Castle”. Since its opening, it has attracted many readers.









SOURCE: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/dyt/~3/fjVzfDT5mAI/

Out Of This World: Magnificent Entries For The UK Astronomy Photographer Of The Year 2017

The following photos are shortlisted in 2017’s Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year. The awards will be announced on September 14, and the exhibition opens September 16 at The Royal Observatory Greenwich.

“Auroral Crown”, Yulia Zhulikova (Russia).

During an astrophotography tour of the Murmansk region with Stas Korotkiy, an amateur astronomer and popularizer of astronomy in Russia, the turquoise of the Aurora Borealis swirls above the snow covered trees. Illuminated by street lamps, the trees glow a vivid pink forming a contrasting frame for Nature’s greatest lightshow. (Photo by Yulia Zhulikova/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

More info: UK Astronomy Photographer Of The Year

“Mr Big Dipper”, Nicholas Roemmelt (Denmark).

A stargazer observes the constellation of the Big Dipper perfectly aligned with the window of the entrance to a large glacier cave in Engadin, Switzerland. This is a panorama of two pictures, and each is a stack of another two pictures: one for the stars and another one for the foreground, but with no composing or time blending. (Photo by Nicholas Roemmelt/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“Super Moon”, Giorgia Hofer (Italy).

The magnificent sight of the Super Moon illuminating the night sky as it sets behind the Marmarole, in the heart of the Dolomites in Italy. On the night of 14 November 2016, the moon was at perigee at 356.511 km away from the centre of Earth, the closest occurrence since 1948. It will not be closer again until 2034. On this night, the moon was 30% brighter and 14% bigger than other full moons. (Photo by Giorgia Hofer/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“The Road Back Home”, Ruslan Merzlyakov (Latvia).

Noctilucent clouds stretch across the Swedish sky illuminating a motorcyclist’s ride home in this dramatic display. Noctilucent clouds are the highest clouds in the Earth’s atmosphere and form above 200,000 ft. Thought to be formed of ice crystals, the clouds occasionally become visible at twilight when the sun is below the horizon and illuminates them. (Photo by Ruslan Merzlyakov/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“Moon Rise Reflections”, Joshua Wood (New Zealand).

An unexpected shot of the moon rising over the glistening ocean off the Wairarapa coast, bearing a remarkable resemblance to the sun. As the photographer was capturing the sunset over Castlepoint, he looked over his shoulder to see the moon rising behind, reflecting off the wide expanse of the Pacific Ocean, and it became the new subject of his image. (Photo by Joshua Wood/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“Ignite the Lights”, Nicolas Alexander Otto (Germany).

After a long hike from his small cabin to Kvalvika, Lofoten Islands in Norway, the photographer arrived at the slopes above the beach around midnight. During the hike the auroral display was relatively weak, but when he made it to the beach the sky ignited in a colourful spectacle of greens and purples framed by the mossy, green landscape. The image is stacked from six different exposures to combat high ISO and thermal noise in the foreground. The sky was added from one of these exposures. (Photo by Nicolas Alexander Otto/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“A Battle We Are Losing”, Haitong Yu (China).

The Milky Way rises above a small radio telescope from a large array at Miyun Station, National Astronomical Observatory of China, in the suburbs of Beijing. The image depicts the ever-growing light pollution we now experience, which together with electromagnetic noise has turned many optical and radio observatories near cities both blind and deaf – a battle that inspired the photographer’s title for the shot. The image used a light pollution filter (iOptron L-Pro) and multiple frame stacking to get the most of the Milky Way out of the city light. (Photo by Haitong Yu/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“Aurora over Svea”, Agurtxane Concellon (Spain).

The purples and greens of the Northern Lights radiate over the coal mining city of Svea, in the archipelago of Svalbard. The earthy landscape below the glittering sky is illuminated by the strong lights of industry at the pier of Svea. (Photo by Agurtxane Concellon/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“Shooting Star and Jupiter”, Rob Bowes (UK).

A shooting star flashes across the sky over the craggy landscape of Portland, Dorset, as our neighbouring planet Venus looks on. The image is of two stacked exposures: one for the sky and one for the rocks. (Photo by Rob Bowes/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“Reflection”, Beate Behnke (Germany).

The reflection in the wave ripples of Skagsanden beach mirrors the brilliant green whirls of the Aurora Borealis in the night sky overhead. To obtain the effect of the shiny surface, the photographer had to stand in the wave zone of the incoming tide, and only when the water receded very low did the opportunity to capture the beautiful scene occur. (Photo by Beate Behnke/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“The Blue Hour”, Tommy Eliassen (Norway).

The setting crescent Moon and Mars gaze over Saltfjellet, Norway as the Northern Lights appear to emanate from the snowy landsape. The Aurora Borealis was an unexpected guest in the shot as the sun was only about ten degrees under the horizon meaning the early display came as a surprise. (Photo by Tommy Eliassen/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“Crescent Moon over the Needles”, Ainsley Bennett (UK).

The 7% waxing crescent moon setting in the evening sky over the Needles Lighthouse at the western tip of the Isle of Wight. Despite the moon being a thin crescent, the rest of its shape is defined by sunlight reflecting back from the Earth’s surface. (Photo by Ainsley Bennett/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

“Fall Milk”, Brandon Yoshizawa (USA).

The snow-clad mountain in the Eastern Sierras, California, towers over the rusty aspen grove aligned perfectly in front of it, whilst our galaxy, the Milky Way, glistens above. (Photo by Brandon Yoshizawa/National Maritime Museum/The Guardian)

SOURCE: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/dyt/~3/_3eArXS70mE/

こんなはずじゃなかったのに!犬らしくあることに失敗してしまった犬たちのワンシーン詰め合わせ

dogfailer2


 一般的に「犬」と聞いたら、どんな行動を想像するかな。元気いっぱい走り回る姿、ご主人LOVEな姿、やさしく周囲を気遣う姿。いろんな犬がいるのはもちろんわかっているけれども、なんとなく一般的な犬のイメージっていうのはこんな感じで間違っていないと思う。

 で、今日の動画はそんな風な周囲の期待をみごとに裏切り、颯爽とズッこけてしまった犬たちを激写してしまったモノなんだ。犬たちにとっては黒歴史以外の何物でもない映像なので、こっそり見てこっそりほほえましく思ってくれるとうれしいかも。
  続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.com/archives/52243233.html

【動画】 おばあちゃん危ない! それは車じゃない! 投稿動画が物議ww

9616448
危険な老人。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9616448.html

死ぬってどんな感じ?6人の臨死体験者が語る死んだ直後に見えたビジョン

9_e


 生きている者は死の恐怖から逃れられない。

 人は太古の昔から死に強い関心を払い、儀式を執り行なったり、”あの世”を理解しようとあれこれイメージを膨らませたりしてきた。

 死は人類に残された最後の謎であり、いかに科学が発達しようとも、そのほとんどは謎に包まれている。なぜなら死者が生き返ることはほとんどないからだ。

 だが臨死体験をしたという人は少なからずいる。海外掲示板redditに「死ぬってどんな感じ?」という答えようのない質問が投稿され、臨死体験をした人たちが回答してくれた。彼らからの返答は大きく異なっている。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.com/archives/52243175.html

娘に透ける水着などを着せ8歳から5年間児童ポルノに出演させる、父親らを逮捕 「嫌だったが家のため我慢していた」

9616557
13歳の長女に透ける水着などを着せ、児童ポルノビデオに出演させていたとして、警視庁が児童買春・ポルノ禁止法違反(製造)容疑で、兵庫県に住む自営業の父親(46)らを逮捕していたことが28日、捜査関係者への取材で分かった。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9616557.html