A game of cat and house (Source: http://ift.tt/296cssG)



A game of cat and house (Source: http://ift.tt/296cssG)

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The Unexpected John Cena Prank. [video]



The Unexpected John Cena Prank. [video]

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「半裸緊縛画像」投稿で話題の裁判官が「とくダネ」の嘘報道を批判! 「テレビって全然信用できない・・」

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東京高等裁判所判事の岡口基一氏がTwitterで、「とくダネ!」の報道内容を批判した。岡口氏はTwitter上に自撮り画像を掲載し、人気を博してきた。しかし、「緊縛」画像や半裸画像が問題視され、高裁側から口頭による厳重注意を受け、投稿を削除する事態となっている。 続きを読む

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その背景にある物語がわからないだけにより一層の不気味さを醸し出す、ネット上で独り歩きしている恐怖の古写真

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 ネット上では様々なお題目の元、古い時代に撮影されたとされるシュール系、恐怖系の写真が出回っている。写真だけが独り歩きしてしまっているために、その背後にあるストーリーがまったくわからなかったり、逆に変なストーリーがつけられているもんだから、より一層の不気味さを醸し出している。
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SOURCE: http://karapaia.livedoor.biz/archives/52220508.html

Strap the iKamper Onto Your Car, and it Becomes a Mobile Home in Minutes

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Designed to be setup in 30-minutes or less, the iKamper takes road trips to the next level, as it folds-out to reveal a large sleeping area, along with a small annex room for relaxing during the day. It's made from 600 denier polyester ripstop fabric that has a 3000mm waterproofing treatment to withstand even the harshest of weather. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an abandoned Disneyland knockoff in Osaka, Japan.

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Rio Olympics 2016 Team GB Athletes Strip Off For Campaign To Encourage Schoolgirls To Take Up Exercise

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Stef Reid (left), Amber Hill (centre) and Bryony Shaw (right) are among Team GB’s leading contenders for gold medals in Brazil. (Photo: CAVENDISH / Bluebella.com / Alisa Connan / The Daily Mail)

Sporty is sexy! Three Team GB athletes going for gold in Rio this summer have stripped down to their lingerie to show that a sporty body is a sexy body. Windsurfer Bryony Shaw, skeet shooter Amber Hill and Paralympian long jumper Stefanie Reid have posed for Bluebella‘s BeStrongBeBeautiful campaign to encourage young women not to neglect sport at school. Research has revealed that more than half of secondary school girls drop out of sport after the age of 13 due to body issues and negative experiences of PE lessons.

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Stef Reid has teamed up with two other Rio Team GB Olympic athletes for a campaign to encourage young women not to drop out of sport at school, by showing that a sporty body is a beautiful one. (Photo: CAVENDISH / Bluebella.com / Alisa Connan / The Daily Mail)

Windsurfer Bryony Shaw, 33, claimed a bronze in the women’s event on her Olympic debut at London 2012. (Photo: CAVENDISH / Bluebella.com / Alisa Connan / The Daily Mail)

Windsurfer Bryony Shaw, 33, claimed a bronze in the women’s event on her Olympic debut at London 2012. (Photo: CAVENDISH / Bluebella.com / Alisa Connan / The Daily Mail)

Standing at just 5ft 4ins Bryony Shaw is one of the smallest of the windsurfing fleet, but has formidable upper body strength. (Photo: CAVENDISH / Bluebella.com / Alisa Connan / The Daily Mail)

Stef Reid, 32, is a Paralympic track and field athlete, who competes mainly in the long jump and category T44 sprint events. (Photo: CAVENDISH / Bluebella.com / Alisa Connan / The Daily Mail)

Paralympian long jumper Stefanie Reid lost her right foot in a boating accident when she was 16-years-old. She won silver in the long jump at the London 2012 Olympics. (Photo: CAVENDISH / Bluebella.com / Alisa Connan / The Daily Mail)

Windsurfer Bryony Shaw, 33, claimed a bronze in the women’s event on her Olympic debut at London 2012. (Photo: CAVENDISH / Bluebella.com / Alisa Connan / The Daily Mail)

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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Spots Aurora Larger Than Earth on Jupiter’s North Pole

Jupiter Aurora

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured a massive aurora, caused by solar particles and volcanic debris in the space around the giant planet being accelerated towards the poles by its powerful magnetic field, that is larger than the entire Earth. The Juno probe is currently currently riding through the solar wind as it will enter Jupiter's orbit on July 4. Continue reading for another video and more information.

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Atkins Ciwem Environmental Photographer Of The Year 2016 Winners

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The overall awards winners have been announced in the 2016 Atkins Ciwem environmental photographer of the year competition, an annual international showcase for thought-provoking photography and video that tackles a wide range of environmental themes.

The environmental photographer of the year 2016 is awarded to Sara Lindström for her imposing photograph “Wildfire”.

Swedish-born Sara picked up photography while studying in South Africa, and is now based in the Canadian Rockies. Her projects have seen her travel across more than 50 countries, capturing the beauty of the more remote corners of the Earth. “It was an exceptionally warm day in July in southern Alberta when I came across this massive pinkish smoke plume rising high towards the sky. The big flames were thriving on the dry land and had me completely mesmerized in fear and awe”. (Photo by Sara Lindström/2016 EPOTY)

Luke Massey is awarded the young environmental photographer of the year 2016 for his bold photograph “Poser”.

“Peregrines were extirpated in Illinois in the 1960s but in the 1980s a reintroduction programme began and now 22 pairs nest in Chicago alone”, he explains. “One pair have chosen a Chicagoan’s condo balcony as their nest site and in 2015 I followed them as they raised four chicks to fledging”. Described by naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham as an “exceptional young man”, Luke dedicates his photographic skills to drawing attention to the plight of wildlife under threat. (Photo by Luke Massey/2016 EPOTY)

The Atkins built environment award 2016 goes to Indian photojournalist S.L. Kumar Shanth for “Losing Ground to Manmade Disaster”, which depicts the damage being wrought on the coastline at Chennai, the biggest metropolis in southern India, by a combination of man-made and natural forces. (Photo by S.L. Shanth Kumar/2016 EPOTY)

The Ciwem changing climate award 2016 is presented to Sandra Hoyn for her moving photograph “Life Jackets on the Greek Island of Lesbos”.

Hoyn, a German photojournalist, concentrates on social, environmental and human rights issues. Her winning photograph depicts the discarded life vests used by refugees to cross to Greece from Turkey, and hints at the enormity of the crises and dangers faced by the refugees. (Photo by Sandra Hoyn/2016 EPOTY)

Pedram Yazdani wins the Forestry Commission England people, nature and economy Award 2016 for his arresting work “Sand”.

“The Salt Lake Urmia could be a symbol of what will happen soon to Iran – it is going to be dried out”, explains Yazdani. “The biggest salt lake in the Middle East, it now contains only 10% of the original amount of water, as a result both of climate change, and of dam and well construction”. (Photo by Pedram Yazdani/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: Pooyan Shadpoor, Houcheraghi. While walking along the shore of Larak, Iran – an island in the Persian Gulf – Shadpoor came across this luminous scene. The “magical lights of (the) plankton … enchanted me so that I snapped the shot”, he writes. (Photo by Pooyan Shadpoor/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: Jonathan Fontaine. A baby on a camel and his family decided to move their camp of 10km to be closer to a river where there is some water left.

Ethiopia is experiencing its worst drought in 50 years as the direct result of El Niño. Some 75% of harvests have been lost, 1 million livestock have died, and 10 to 15 million people require emergency humanitarian food assistance, with 430,000 children experiencing severe malnutrition. (Photo by Jonathan Fontaine/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: Moni Sankar. This cowboy in West Bengal, India, wanted to return his pet to shelter due to bad weather, but the pet did not agree. (Photo by Moni Sankar/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: Steve Morgan. On Boxing day 2015, floods came to Hebden Bridge, a thriving ex-mill town in the Calder Valley, West Yorkshire. Flood sirens echoed around the Valley at 7.30am, alerting sleeping residents to the rising waters about to engulf the town. (Photo by Steve Morgan/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: Björn Vaughn. Slamet is a builder in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. All construction work had stopped due rampant peat fires blanketing the region in a toxic smog. He casts his net into a polluted canal, hoping to make a catch. “Better a dirt fish than no fish at all!” he says. (Photo by Björn Vaughn/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: Emanuele Giovagnoli. Oil pipelines run along a bridge over the Shiripuno river in the Yasuni national park. Oil pipelines run through the Ecuadorian rainforest to transport oil from pumping stations to oil developments. (Photo by Emanuele Giovagnoli/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: César Rodríguez. Artemio, 50 years old, applying pesticides at the tobacco fields in Mexico. He is applying a mixture of chemicals that if absorbed by his body, would put him in danger of losing his life. Normally these chemicals are prohibited, but not in these fields. (Photo by César Rodríguez/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: Stuart Gleave. A large array of solar panels located on Tenerife’s southern coast. (Photo by Stuart Gleave/2016 EPOTY)

Shortlisted: Yuyang Liu. Two men were fishing in the pond of Xian village, in the centre of Guangzhou city, Guangdong, China, which epitomises China’s modern urbanisation. (Photo by Yuyang Liu/2016 EPOTY)

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This Photographer Has Captured Stunning Images Of America’s Most Intense Storms From An Extraordinarily Close Perspective

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These stunning images capture some of America’s most intense storms from an extraordinarily close perspective. They showcase the power of Mother Nature with terrifying tornadoes, supercells and lightning. Storm-chaser Maximilian Conrad of Germany captured the images while on a “chase-cation” with friends in the U.S. Together with pals Dennis, Lars and Heiko, Max chased ferocious storms across Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas in search of the perfect shot.

A panoramic view of the almost stationary supercell. Woodward, Oklahoma on May 24, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

Mammatus clouds at sunset, west of Leoti, Kansas on May 22, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

A high precipitation supercell just north of Stratford, Texas on May 17, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

A supercell strengthening. Woodward, Oklahoma on May 24, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

A view from the road while escaping to the south, Stratford, Texas on May 17, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

A beautiful stationary supercell the lighting illuminates the sky, Leoti, Kansas on May 22, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

The setting sun below the wall cloud together with a lightning bolt. Leoti, Kansas on May 22, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

Upward lightning appears in the weakening supercell in Leoti, Kansas on May 22, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

A colorful mammatus cloud display while a storm is spinning round and round north of Leoti, Kansas on May 22, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

A tornado storm is rolling over the town of Stratford, Texas on May 17, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

A fully developed high precipitation supercell just north of Stratford, Texas on May 17, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

Amazing light and very intense updraft of a fresh storm, south of the Dodge City, Kansas supercell. A tornado is still spinning out of the low hanging wall cloud on May 25, 2016. (Photo by Maximilian Conrad/Caters News)

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生放送中に暴行で逮捕された事件、被害女性がこれまでの態度を証言 容疑者が激昂した理由とは・・

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ラジオ番組の生放送中に共演者の女性に殴る蹴るを繰り返した、前代未聞の傷害事件。逮捕された宮地由紀男容疑者は、「スガキヤラーメン」のCMにも出演し、名古屋を中心とした中京圏では知られたタレントだった。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9291446.html