【動画】 「札幌ビックカメラ爆発」騒動の真相が判明 アスベストが飛散した恐れ

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きのうJR札幌駅の商業施設「エスタ」で、発電機の排気塔から爆発音がした騒ぎで、ビルを運営する会社は発がん性のあるアスベストが飛散した恐れがあると発表しました。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9863400.html

I’ve got a broken foot therefore can’t care for my…



I’ve got a broken foot therefore can’t care for my large dog right now so he’s staying with my parents and I’m staying on my sailboat. Been super lonely and a little depressed. This kitty showed up out of nowhere and has been a great friend. I named him Morty, and he’s going to the vet today. (Source: https://ift.tt/2ySdCrG)

SOURCE: http://awwww-cute.tumblr.com/post/175404242246

カーテンの後ろに犬の影が!最近亡くなった犬が幽霊となって見守ってくれていると信じる飼い主(カナダ)

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 怖くて恐ろしいイメージのある幽霊にはできれば出会いたくないものだが、こんな幽霊なら大歓迎!って場合もあるようだ。

 カナダ・マニトバ州に住むミシェル・クレイトンさん(44歳)は今年4月、愛犬のグレート・デーン、オークリーくん(6歳)を亡くした。

 ミシェルさんはとてもとてもショックを受け、何をしても何を見てもオークリーくんのことを思い出し、数日間泣き暮らした。

 それから数週間が経過したある夜のこと、ミシェルさんは不思議なものを目にする。
続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.com/archives/52261481.html

I give you, The Idiot Twins (Source: https://ift.tt/2KutIcx)



I give you, The Idiot Twins (Source: https://ift.tt/2KutIcx)

SOURCE: http://awwww-cute.tumblr.com/post/175403426276

「あいのり」最終回、番組史上初の告白方法に視聴者騒然ww 「こんな形でカップル誕生とは・・」

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#22では、6か国目のシンガポールに突入。メンバーは、コンサルタント会社に勤める社長(27歳)、美大生のあきら(25歳)、パティシエ見習いのトム(22歳)の男子3人と、元美容部員のかにゃ(25歳)、ペットショップ店員のユウちゃん(21歳)の女子2人・・ 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9863193.html

元保護犬のブルテリア、生まれて初めてのフカフカベッドに大興奮

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 過酷な環境から保護された犬が、真の家族のもとでリラックスする姿や、嬉しそうな表情を見せてくれるのを目撃するのは思わず胸が熱くなるものだ。

 今回も1匹の保護犬が新たな家族のもとで、自分本来の無邪気さを体からあふれんばかりに表してくれていた。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.com/archives/52261789.html

日本代表戦直後の渋谷、帰宅中のグラドルが何度も痴漢被害に 警察に相談も「諦めてください」

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だが、多くの群衆が喜びを爆発させた喧噪の中で、ツイッターには「痴漢に遭った」と訴える女性の姿も目立った。コロンビア戦の日、たまたま仕事で渋谷を訪れていたグラビアアイドル・香波(かなみ)さんもその1人だ・・ 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9863112.html

As a maintenance tech for an apartment complex, I don’t enter an…



As a maintenance tech for an apartment complex, I don’t enter an apartment with a dog when they aren’t home….except for Brutus, Brutus just wants to help. (Source: https://ift.tt/2lI4MmX)

SOURCE: http://awwww-cute.tumblr.com/post/175402032010

ある意味不死者。常時テロメラーゼを作り出すことで老化せずに大きくなるロブスター(※ただし永遠の死からは逃れられない)

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 ロブスターはある意味不死者だ。

 捕食されることなく、変な病気にならなければ140年生きることも可能なのだ。人間のように老衰で亡くなることはないのである。ただし全ての生物がそうであるように、永遠の死から逃れることはできないようだが.....
 
 食べるとおいしいロブスターだが、ボイルしたものに溶かしバターとニンニクチップとか最高にうまいのだが、彼らは常時、テロメラーゼを作り出す。そのため老化で衰えることもなく、それどころかどんどんと大きくなるというのだ。
続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.com/archives/52261720.html

2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer Of The Year Winners


Grand Prize Winner: Mermaid. “This calf was always with mom. A curious calf sometimes came to us. I was fortunate to have encountered a humpback whale with her calf on my first day snorkeling near Japan’s Kumejima Island. Most of the time, the calf stayed close to her mom. At one point, the calf began jumping and tapping its tail on the water near us – it was very friendly and curious. Finally, the mother, who was watching nearby, came to pick up the calf and swim away. I fell in love completely with the calf and it’s very energetic, large, and beautiful tail”. (Photo by Reiko Takahashi/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


Second Place Winner, Nature: Flamingos take off. “Thousands of flamingos are seen taking off from the colorful Lake Natron in Tanzania. Before taking off, flamingos need to take a short run on water to build up some speed. At that moment, their long, red legs create a series of water ripples on the surface of the lake. Looking down from the helicopter, these ripple lines look like giant aquatic plants flowing in the water. This photo was taken from a helicopter”. (Photo by Hao J./National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


Third Place Winner, Nature: Mars. “These natural sand towers, capped with large stones, are known as the Earth Pyramids of Platten. They are situated in Northern Italy’s South Tyrol region. Formed centuries ago after several storms and landslides, these land formations look like a landscape from outer space and continuously change over the years and, more accurately, over seasons. This natural phenomenon is the result of continuous alternation between periods of torrential rain and drought, which have caused the erosion of the terrain and the formation of these pinnacles. As the seasons change, the temperatures move between extremes and storms affect the area, pyramids disappear over time, while new pinnacles form as well”. (Photo by Marco Grassi/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


People’s Choice, Nature: Formation. “When we arrived at the Río Grande de Tarcoles in Costa Rica, I saw a fantastic formation of the sharp-mouthed crocodiles. I couldn’t help myself, and I started my drone and began to photograph them from the air. My heart was beating like crazy because I was incredibly excited, on the one hand I was a bit scared for the drone, on the other hand I was so happy about the unique moment”. (Photo by Niklas Weber/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


First Place Winner, Cities: Another rainy day in Nagasaki, Japan. “This is a view of the main street from a tram in Nagasaki on a rainy day. The tram is vintage, but retrofitted with modern ticketing equipment. A conductor is no longer on board – only the lone driver. The quiet streetscape seen through the front windshield of the tram somehow caught my attention. This view presents quite a contrast to busy urban centers in Japan, such as Tokyo and Osaka. The ride on a vintage tram through the relatively quiet main street was a memorable experience during our week-long visit to the historic city of Nagasaki”. (Photo by Hiro Kurashina/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


Honorable Mention, Cities: Alone in the crowds. “In this photo, I tried to bring the intense and stacked living conditions that Hong Kong is famous for into perspective for the viewer. With so many people living in small spaces, it’s strange to see all these amenities empty. As a solo traveler, I’m often alone in crowds and this photo resonates with me. I barely scratched the surface of this incredible urban environment, but this image really summarizes my experience here”. (Photo by Gary Cummins/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


Third Place Winner, Cities: Reflection. “On an early morning, I wanted to photograph the fog, which is epic in Dubai every year from December to January – and almost every photographer’s dream in this part of the world. Sadly, I could not get access to the rooftop and so I peeped through the glazed window on a lower floor. I was overwhelmed and excited to see how beautiful the city looks, and my excitement was quadrupled as soon as I saw the reflection of the road and building on the building facade that I was in. I immediately opened the window to the maximum permissible amount and clicked a single shot with stretched hand”. (Photo by Gaanesh Prasad/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


First Place Winner, People: Tea culture. “For a long time, I have been fascinated by the ancient Mongolian method of hunting with Golden Eagles. In early 2018, I followed one family of eagle hunters during their migration from winter camp to spring camp. Mongolia is sparsely populated, but the inhabitants have a very hospitable and welcoming culture. Tea for Kazakh culture is one of the attributes of hospitality. Tea isn’t just a drink, but a mix of tradition, culture, relaxation, ceremony, and pleasure. Damel, seen here wrapped in heavy fur clothes, drinks a cup of tea to keep warm from the chilly temperatures in Western Mongolia”. (Photo by Alessandra Meniconzi/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


Second Place Winner, People: Leida and Laelle – Will lift you up. “Since 2016, I’ve been involved with Haitian immigrants and refugees living in my city, Estrela. I have become friends with some families, and especially with twin sisters, Leïda and Laëlle. They say living in Brazil is like living in paradise – very different from the reality of their country of origin. They dream of becoming models and teachers, as a way to earn money to bring their other relatives from Haiti to Brazil, to live all near one another. On this day, they were playing in front of their home, improvising exercises to develop their imagination and creativity, as if they were actresses, and playing an imitation game with poses. Laëlle reached for Leida’s face and lifted her head up, showing her where she should look. At this brief moment, I took the photo”. (Photo by Tati Itat/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


Third Place Winner, People: Challenging journey. “This photograph was taken from Dhaka’s airport rail station during the Eid vacation. People were returning to their village homes to spend Eid with families, and the rush at the last hour was immense. One man caught my attention: he was dangling on a train’s handle with his family, trying to get inside the train. At that time, rain started and the train began to slowly move. The family had tickets to board the train, but couldnÕt get to their seats. There are many people like him, who come to Dhaka for work – leaving their families and home villages – so when they get vacation, they don’t want to miss the opportunity to spend time with dear ones, no matter what”. (Photo by MD Tanveer Hassan Rohan/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


Fog Taking Over a Town During Sunset. “I decided to take a cross-country trip by myself, and it was one of the most amazing experiences I have had. Seeing our country and how much it has to offer was magical. This was Sausalito, Calif., being overwhelmed by fog. It was amazing to watch from above. This was taken with a drone”. (Photo by Ricky Batista/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


The Ultimate Pool Party. Raja Iliya captures the idyllic scene of a summer pool party in Koh Samui, Thailand. (Photo by Raja Iliya/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


Ipanema Beach. M. Raccichni captures the movement at Ipanema Beach in Brazil. (Photo by M. Raccichni/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)


The Invasion. A quiet street in Macau. Modernization around is quickly changing the city, as documented by Paul Tsui. (Photo by Paul Tsui/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)

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