Saturday, 20 August 2011

World most expensive houses


1. Antilla

Antilla Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This house is the world’s most expensive house which is in India and owned by one of the richest people of the world i.e. Mukesh Ambani. It is worth 1 billion dollars and has 27 floors. This house has a health club and a garage that can hold more than 150 cars and you know why it can hold 150 cars? Because the person who owns it has himself 168 cars. Well this house is made entirely of glass and is 570 feet tall.

2. William Randolph Hearst’s Mansion

William Randolph Hearsts Mansion Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This beautiful place is owned by William Randolph Hearst and has three swimming pools, 29 bedrooms, a movie theater and discotheque. This was put up for sale in 2007 but wasn’t sold because nobody showed any interest in it. It is worth 165 million dollars and is stretched over 6 acres of land.

3. Elena Franchuk’s Victorian Villa

Elena Franchuks Victorian Villa Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This house is in London and is worth 161 million dollars. It is a 5 storey house with 10 bedrooms villa, a swimming pool, a panic room, room theater and a sauna plus gym.

4. The Penthouses at One Hyde Park

The Penthouses at One Hyde Park Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
In 2010 it was under construction but we are sure when it is completed it’s going to be the second most expensive house of the world with a net worth of 160 million dollars.

5. Aaron Spelling’s Manor

Aaron Spellings Manor Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This mansion is worth 150 million dollars and stretches over 56,000 square feet. It was built in 1991. It has 123 bedrooms, a tennis court, a skating rink, a bowling alley and several swimming pools.

6. Hala Ranch

Hala Ranch Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This is owned by Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia. This ranch is in Colo with 27 bathrooms and 15 bedrooms along with indoor pool, private ski trails, sewage treatment plants, tennis court, heats stables and a gas station. It is worth 135 million dollars and the ranch stretches across 14,397 square feet.

7. Dracula’s Castle

Draculas Castle Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This was made in 1980 into a museum, Archduke Dominic is the owner of the place, its net worth is 80 million dollars. This house has 57 rooms, 17 bedrooms with beautiful Antique furniture.

8. Fleur de Lys

Fleur de Lys Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This house is worth 125 million and is built by Suzanne and David Saperstein, this has 15 bedrooms and the exterior is covered with French Limestone and the interior is splashed with 24 karat gold.

9. Maison de l’Amitie

Maison de lAmitie Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This is owned by Donald Trump. It is at Palm Beach. It stretches over 80,000 square feet with a conservatory, a ballroom, 15 bedrooms, 8 half-baths, a tennis house and a luxurious guest cottage. This has a huge swimming pool and is worth 125 million dollars.

10. Updown Court

Updown Court Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World
This house is in England, it has 103 rooms, a bowling alley, a large movie theater, 3 swimming pools and a squash court. It is worth 116 million dollars and the best part is that its driveway is heated!


Friday, 19 August 2011

world best all time cartoon

10. Rugrats
Production Period: 1991-2004
Channel: Nickelodeon
Following the life of a group of toddlers, Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, and Angelica, and later Dill this is the longest running series on Nickelodeon with 14 years, and has earned a star on the Hollywood walk of fame. It has spawned 2 different series, All Grown Up, and Angelica and Susie’s Pre-School Daze; and 3 movies, The Rugrats Movies, Rugrats in Paris, and Rugrats Go Wild.
Tiny Toon Adventures
Production Period: 1990-1992
Channel: Cartoon Network
Based in Acme Acres, the show takes place at Acme Looniversity a school where young cartoon characters (most of which resemble a classic Warner toon) are taught how to become funny by a faculty of the popular Loony Toones characters. The show lasted 98 episodes and created 2 spin-offs, The Plucky Duck Show and Pink, Elmyra, and the Brain.
Beavis and Butt-head
Production Period: 1993-1997
Channel: MTV
First airing as a short film featured on Liquid Television, Beavis and Butt-head are a pair of teenagers who spend their days with sarcastic conversations, bad ideas, and (brutally) critiquing music videos. Beavis and Butt-head lasted 7 seasons and put out 1 movie. It is considered a classic piece of 90’s youth culture and the MTV Generation.
The Animaniacs
Animaniacs Tv
Production Period: 1993-1995
Channel: Kids WB
Starring the Warner siblings, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, the Animaniacs was a variety show style cartoon usually consisting of anywhere from 1 to 3 segments. Though the most notable are the Warner siblings, there was a wide variety of characters with each pair or set acting in its own plot.
Due to a large audience of adults, making up over 20% of the viewers, The Animaniacs led to one of the first Internet-based fandom cultures. The show lasted 99 episodes, put out the movie Wakko’s Big Wish, and spawned another successful cartoon Pinky and the Brain.
Ren and Stimpy
Ren And Stimpy Djs
Production Period: 1991-1996, later 2003
Channel: Nickelodeon, later Spike TV
This series follows the duo of the neurotic asthma hound Chihuahua Ren, and simple minded Manx cat Stimpy as they get caught in nonsensical adventures. The show’s violence and scatological humor, along with slow production times, led original creator John Kricfalusi to be fired in 1992. Games Animation took over in 1993 with a “lighter, gut funny type of show” instead of “truly frightening” episodes. In 2003 Kricfalusi re-launched the series as Rend and Stimpy “Adult Party Cartoon” on Spike-TV. This new version explored more adult themes, including a more explicitly homosexual relationship between the two main characters, and produced only 3 of 9 promised episodes before being removed.
5. SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron
O Swatcats
Production Period: 1993-1995
Channel: Cartoon Network
Set in Megakat City, Chance “T-Bone” Furlong and Jake “Razor” Clawson are members of a paramilitary law enforcement agency called the Enforcers, that due to objecting orders have been forced to guard a city salvage yard. Hiding their identity and using homemade vehicles so they don’t get in trouble with the Enforcers, they become vigilantes and protect the city. There were 2 seasons, airing 25 episodes. It was eventually cancelled with 3 unfinished episodes, due to its violence.
Production Period: 1991-1994, later 1996-1999
Channel: Nickelodeon, later ABC
“Doug” follows the journal entries of Doug Funnie, who writes about his daily misadventures with his dog Porkchop, best friend Skeeter, and the other characters from the town of Bluffington. After 4 seasons and 52 episodes on Nickelodeon, he show was bought in 1996 by Disney, and aired on ABC. Releasing it as “The Brand Spanking New! Doug”, and later “Disney’s Doug”, the show many noticeable changes, and was far less popular with old audiences. Disney produced 3 seasons, and 64 episodes. A movie was also spawned by Disney, entitled “Dougs First Movie”.
Hey Arnold!
Hey Arnold
Production Period: 1996-2004
Channel: Nickelodeon
Arnold is a fourth-grader who lives with his Grandma and Granddad in a boarding house in the fiction city of Hillwood (which highly resembles New York). Arnold is often caught up in a predicament, or helping a school mate with a personal problem. Originally a comic started in 1986, a claymation episode got it picked up by Nickelodeon, where it was formed into cel-animation and had 5 seasons and 100 episodes. In 2003 they released a movie named “Hey Arnold!: The Movie”
Production Period: 1992-1997
Channel: Fox Kids
Staring the original early 90’s comic cast drawn my Jim Lee, the cartoons follows the same story line as the comics. Along with loosely reproducing famous story lines and plots of the original series, it also created episodes that dealt openly with mature social issues, though mostly in subtext. This is one of the longest lasting shows on Fox Kids running 5 seasons and 76 episodes, second only to Batman, and is also one of Americas most viewed and highest rated morning programs in history.
Rocko’s Modern Life
Production Period: 1993-1996
Channel: Nickelodeon
Following the wallaby Rocko, and his surreal life in the city of O-Town, the cartoon was laced with double entendres, sexual innuendo, and written by a guy who had little to no experience with cartoons or kids. The shows success mostly came from the fact that it was aimed at kids and their parents, and every story was “funny” and “strong”. The animation was very unique, with no parallel lines, hand painted backgrounds, odd colors, and oddly shaped anthropomorphic animal characters. The original writer and creator Joe Murray could no longer continue the constant work and handed the show off to someone else after the 3rd season, but still reviewed every episode. Even though Murray encouraged the show to continue, they stopped after the 4th season, with 52 episodes behind it.
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Wednesday, 17 August 2011

End of World 2012 Fails

There are a number of December 21 2012 predictions about the end of the world, earth as we know it.  Some say that on an ancient Mayan calendar 2012 points to the end of the world: they pick December 21 2012 as the exact day because that's when the calender ends.  Others speak of a Nostradamus 2012 doomsday prediction.  

Some 2012 end of the world predictions are connected to each other, some are not.  It has got to the point where the thought of a 2012 end of the world doomsday is freaking some people out.  Should you be freaked?  We don't think so.  For starters, given past doomsday predictions and prophecies about the end of the world, earth should have ended by now!  Since the earth is still here, it would be fair to say then that, to date, all doomsday prophecies and predictions about the end of the world (before 2012) have failed!   On May 21 2011 the Harold Camping Prediction about the rapture and final judgement failed

create the 3 D effect at home

When you go to watch a 3D movie, you are asked to wear special glasses. These glasses perform the same function that your eyes do. The 3-D glasses feed different images into your eyes .The screen actually displays two images, one in red and the other in blue (or green) and the glasses cause one of the images to enter one eye and the other to enter the other and your brain does the rest.

Alternatively, two synchronized projectors project two different views onto the screen, the glasses allow only one of the images into each eye and the brain correlates the two sets of images, to create the 3 D effect! It is this effect that gives the sense of depth making objects appear to be coming "out of" the monitor.

You could even try taking a 3D picture with your own camera. What you do, is take two pictures of the same object by shifting the camera horizontally about 2½" (65mm) . A smaller shift is used for close-ups and a larger shift can be used for distant subjects. Alternatively, use two cameras and take one photograph with each simultaneously. Remember, this will work only if the object you are taking a picture of, is stationary. After you get them developed, place them together, and you will see a 3 D effect!!

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Tuesday, 16 August 2011

most beautiful women of world

                                             MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN  OF THE YEAR 

1. Emmanuelle Chriqui

2. Marisa Miller

3. Beyonce

4. Jessica Alba

5. Malin Akerman

6. Cheryl Cole

7. Giselle Bundchen

8. Bar Rafaeli

9. Kristen Stewart

10. Scarlett Johansson