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the most tragic picture I have seen from Japan

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This image has largely disappeared from the web. It is the most tragic picture I have seen from Japan. Yes, I cried.
the most tragic picture I have seen from Japan
Seeing one of the pictures from the Japan quake reminded me of a picture I saw from the bombing of Nagasaki during WWII.
Seeing one of the pictures from the Japan quake reminded me of a picture I saw from the bombing of Nagasaki during WWII.
Cat Survives Tsunami On A Wall
Cat Survives Tsunami On A Wall

6 Beloved Scientists Who Were Actually Total Jerks

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Written by Evan Hoovler
6 beloved scientists who were actually total jerks
When you’ve spent your life as a famous scientist, historians tend to forget your bad personality traits. It makes sense: If you’re out there curing the black plague, who really cares if you have a problem with skin fungus or hookers (or both)?
Despite this, the six scientists in this article were such abominable jerks that even their incredible contributions to humanity couldn’t eclipse their contributions to the world of douchebaggery.
1 .Thomas Edison
Why Do We Love Him So Much?
Working sleepless hours in his lab, Edison made a light bulb that could be produced for the masses. Finally, people were able to stay awake late enough to watch The Tonight Show. His numerous patents changed human life and inspired this really creepy memorial page.
But He Was Actually a Total Jerk Because …
He had a fondness for electrocuting animals.
Thomas Edison popularized and “sold” direct current for electric power. In what was probably the nerdiest battle in history, Edison got into it with George Westinghouse and Nikola Tesla in what was dubbed the “War of Currents.” Judging solely by the name, one might think these men battled with strange devices that shot electricity at each other. But no, instead Edison toured the country using his competitor’s “alternating current” to electrocute animals. In a famous video that is in absolutely no way safe for work at all, Edison electrocuted an adorable elephant named “Topsy.”
Edison was propelled by furious rage coming from the fact that Tesla had once been Edison’s employee but left because Edison didn’t understand Tesla’s alternating current experiments. In fact, the reason Tesla left was because Edison had promised him $50,000 but reneged on the deal. To get him back, Tesla harnessed Niagara Falls to produce alternating current, proving he had the superior electricity. Alternating current is now standard in American homes today and is never involved in accidental elephant deaths.
In addition to all this dickery, Edison also had film technicians steal copies of the groundbreaking film Le Voyage dans la lune. Edison distributed the bootlegs for a tidy profit, while the revolutionary director was left bankrupt, with no way to return his significant investments. It takes a lot to look like a jerk by Hollywood standards, but Edison definitely fit the bill.
2. James D. Watson
Why Do We Love Him So Much?
Along with his LSD-induced partner, Watson discovered DNA. In terms of human self-understanding, they pretty much touched the monolith.
But He Was Actually a Total Jerk Because …
He refused to stop saying stuff that was vaguely racist, vaguely sexist and totally creepy.
Watson’s mouth had a veritable double helix of tongues, able to twist any scientific conference into an offensive sound bite. He first started raising eyebrows when he claimed that fetuses that test in the bottom 10 percent of intelligence should be aborted. Controversial, but it could easily be argued that he was making a statement for compassion and mercy, just in a really garbled way.
Unfortunately, that idea was soon put to bed when Watson started saying things that weren’t controversial, just flat-out weird. He made the statement that he had no problem with using genetic engineering to make all girls pretty. In his own sad, demented words, “Whenever you interview fat people, you feel bad because you know you’re not going to hire them.” Always the epitome of compassion, that James D. Watson.
Watson’s foot-in-mouthery doesn’t stop there. In 2000, he gave a presentation at a conference where he linked skin color with sex drive. Showing blown-up slides of bikini-clad women, Watson claimed that melanin was linked directly to sex drive, and used it to explain why Latins make better lovers than Englishmen. The final straw came when he complained that the intelligence of Africans was lower than their non-African counterparts. Intense pressure forced him to resign his job, he no doubt spends his ample leisure time engineering an army of supermodels.
3. Antoine Lavoisier
Why Do We Love Him So Much?
One of the greatest minds of all time, Lavoisier discovered and named the element oxygen and made the metric system. So every time you suck in a deep breath because some American doesn’t understand what a kilogram is, think of Antoine Lavoisier.
But He Was Actually a Total Jerk Because …
He was a ruthless merchant who didn’t mind making a buck off of poor people.
As administrator of France’s premier pre-revolutionary aristocratic council, Lavoisier’s economic policies were sometimes contradictory. On the one hand, he introduced taxation reform with the aim of helping the peasants. On the other hand, he tried to build a freaking wall around the city to keep poor people from smuggling in food and clothes.
When the French revolution came, it was not the best of times for Lavoisier. He was accused of selling watered-down tobacco, which is just wrong. Speaking of just wrong, when he was 28, he married a 13-year-old (some sources say 14, which isn’t any better). In addition, he was literally accused of trying to cut off Paris’ air supply by building the aforementioned wall around the city. The irony of this ridiculously non-scientific conclusion probably would’ve made Lavoisier’s head explode, if it wasn’t lying in a bucket.
4. Aristotle
Why Do We Love Him So Much?
For thousands of years, Aristotle’s views on science were considered the foundation for human experimentation. Before Aristotle, the answer to almost any question was pretty much “The gods did it,” which made quiz shows unbearably easy.
But He Was Actually a Total Jerk Because …
He may have been more racist than Hitler.
Now, to just flat-out fingerpoint at an ancient person for being racist is silly. During Aristotle’s time, there weren’t even that many other races to speak of, and it was quite common to look at others as barbarians. That said, Aristotle had such a derogatory opinion of other creeds that it even freaked out his fellow racist peers. Rumor has it even Alexander, not known for his tolerance of other cultures, wrote Aristotle a letter asking him to back off. Aristotle did not back off; he was bent on telling the world that other races deserved to be enslaved and that interbreeding meant poisoning one’s blood.
Adding to the body of evidence that Aristotle was kind of an overprivileged dillhole was his hilarious views on women. Women at the time were regarded as inferior to men, but Aristotle went so far as to try to make a science of it, claiming:
? Women are colder than men
? Women are like infertile men
? Women remember things longer than men (score one for women)
Aristotle had a whole caste-esque ranking of how important people were, based solely on race, gender and nobility. In fact, he often scribed that lower-class men would never reach their full potential, and fought to refuse voting rights to manual laborers. Aristotle’s vision of hell would probably closely resemble a NASCAR race.
5. Hans Geiger
Why Do We Love Him So Much?
His invention, the Geiger counter, has saved countless lives by giving an advanced warning for radiation. Designed in 1925, it is still being used in many capacities today. Who knows how many lab technicians would’ve accidentally been transformed into irradiated supervillains if not for the Geiger counter?
But He Was Actually a Total Jerk Because …
He was an unrepentant Nazi.
Hans Geiger seemed all right before World War II. He even authored a paper urging the Nazis to leave scientists alone, and presented it to Hitler.
But World War II flipped Geiger like it was the Stanford prison experiment. Geiger turned in his Jewish scientist colleagues, some who had worked alongside him before the war.
Despite a professed dislike for the military, Geiger supported the Nazi effort like a baseball fan during a pennant run. He worked adamantly to build a nuclear bomb. Despite the onset of rheumatism, Geiger continued to work on the project until a lack of uranium forced its cessation. Now, if there only were a meter that could detect weirdos like him.
6. Benjamin Franklin
Why Do We Love Him So Much?
Ben “C-Note” Franklin practically embodies the American spirit of unbridled adventure. He flew a kite in a rainstorm, he co-authored the Constitution, and he loved beer. He freed the colonists, freed his slaves and freed his mind with a little hemp now and then. What’s not to love about Benjamin Franklin?
But He Was Actually a Total Jerk Because …
He was an insufferable, petty whore of a man whom his peers loathed. Also, he may or may not have let people saw up dead children in his home.
Ben Franklin was not a guy you wanted to get in an argument with. He established a lengthy pattern of going to extreme lengths to win petty squabbles. Once Franklin tried to get the entire government switched from proprietary to royal, just to grab some land from William Penn. His antics annoyed fellow legislators to the point where he would get kicked out of assemblies. Franklin was one of those geniuses whose ideas were sometimes revolutionary and most of the time awful: He once tried to sell Noah Webster on the concept of replacing six letters in the alphabet. Ben Franklin certainly had tenacity, whether he was trying to liberate America or just annoy the crap out of people.
Ben Franklin was also a notorious lech, even for the colonial equivalent of a rock star. He had an illegitimate son, then disowned him for supporting the king of England. He wrote a lengthy letter to a friend giving detailed advice on how to choose a mistress (hint: Franklin seems to be into cougars). In a famous rumor, Franklin allegedly tried desperately to win the sexual affections of a married woman 40 years younger than he.
John Adams stated that Benjamin Franklin was “slippery and opportunistic.” Frankly, this can be said about all of the scientists on this list. It makes one wonder if “angry, abusive scientist” will become a regular TV show character.

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Making Video of Priyamani's Beach Song

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Chiranjeevi's daughter Srija goes public

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Newton's 3rd Law - A Film by Naani

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How to Create a Flickr Group

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How to Create a Flickr Group: "
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Flickr is a very popular photography hosting site with a photo upload rate of about 7,000 photos a minute.[1] It has a lot of user-created groups that allow people who have similar interests to get together and share their photos reflecting these interests, such as food, animals, certain photo techniques, or creative commons, etc.
This article will show you how to create and administer your own Flickr photo group.


  1. Go to If you are logged in, it will take you to your 'Home' page. If not, sign in.
    • Click on 'Group'.
  2. From Groups, scroll down to Create a New Group.
  3. Choose the type of group setting (private, public (invitation only), or public). This article shows you how to create a public group.

    Starting a group in Flickr
    Starting a group in Flickr
  4. Name your group and select the Group Safety Level (whether it is age-restricted (18+) or not). Try to use a group name that would make sense to people searching for your interest or for the types of photos you'll be grouping in it. Press Next.

    Naming the group
    Naming the group
  5. Click on 'Groups' above to see your groups. Your new group should now appear. Go to your group's Administration page (click on the tab Administration located under your group's name) and make any needed administrative type decisions.

    The various aspects of your group to be administered
    The various aspects of your group to be administered
  6. Control the viewing level of those visiting the group. Under Privacy you can select what you want to display to non-members.

    Check what your choices for display
    Check what your choices for display
  7. Select what you want the different levels of members to be called (under Membership).

    Flickr group members
    Flickr group members
  8. A foodie theme perhaps?
    A foodie theme perhaps?
    Start making your group interesting. Click on Add Something? located on the group home page. This will take you to your photostream and you can start selecting photos from there for the group. Up to six photos can be added at a time and you can use the Search box to find relevant tags on your photos. Look at the drop-down box under the words Your Photostream; it will show you that photos can be retrieved from:
    • All your items
    • Your sets
    • Photos uploaded on a certain date
    • Your groups
    • Geotagged or non- geotagged items.



  • Why choose a private or a public group? Here are some thoughts:
    • A private group is suitable for family, friends, and groups of friends. Only these people (invited) will ever get to see the photos within the group. This can be important if you're sharing photos of family members, kids, your home, etc., and you don't want the outside world seeing these photos. Private groups don't come up in group searches.
    • A public group is ideal for any topic where you'd like to spark public discussion. For example, groups about travel, recipes, hobbies, and the like are all obvious candidates for a public group. The public group can be joined by anyone without having to ask. As admin, you can hide discussions and group pools from non-members if needed.
  • If you haven't got any relevant photos to add to your new group yet, you'll need to start taking some photos to make the group interesting.
    • A public group by invitation is ideal for a small group over which you'd like to maintain membership control. The group itself can be viewed by anyone but joining requires an invitation. This could be useful for a local club, hobby group, or school group.


  • Be aware that if you choose a private group that Flickr does not permit it to become public later.[2]

Things You'll Need

  • Flickr account (via Yahoo!)
  • A healthy set of your own photos

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Adi Shankaracharya Movie by G V Iyer – Watch full film on YouTube

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Comic for March 16, 2011

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Stop Unwanted Calls or Messages on Your Mobile - Register in NDNC

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Telecom Regulatory Authority Of India (TRAI)’s issuance of “The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference Regulations, 2010” can be regarded as a more convenient approach towards providing mobile subscribers the choice to selectively choose telemarketing services.

The National Customer Preference Register (NCPR) of TRAI which will become effective from 1 January, 2011 allows customers to either completely block or choose telemarketing calls from pefedeined seven categories.

You can set your preferences via Voice call, via IVRS and also through SMS. Here we look at how to register, deregister and change your preferences for telemarketing calls, through SMS.

Registration Your Tele Marketing Preference through SMS
You can set your preferences via SMS by sending an SMS to 1909. Follow the instructions given below carefully to completely block or partially allow tele marketing calls.

To avail the fully blocked option which blocks all seven categories, you have to send SMS START 0 to 1909.

For registering to partially blocked option, you have to send an SMS in the format given below:
  1. Send START 1 for receiving SMS relating to Banking / Insurance / Financial products / Credit Cards
  2. Send START 2 for receiving SMS relating to Real Estate
  3. Send START 3 for receiving SMS relating to Education
  4. Send START 4 for receiving SMS relating to Health
  5. Send START 5 for receiving SMS relating to Consumer goods and automobiles
  6. Send START 6 for receiving SMS relating to Communication / Broadcasting / Entertainment / IT
  7. Send START 7 for receiving SMS relating to Tourism and Leisure

You can also register to get telemarketing calls from more than one category by sending a single SMS. You need to include your preferred category numbers coma separated.
For example, if you want calls from Education and Health, you have to send an SMS in the format START 3, 4
When your options are received at the other end, the Access Provider will send you an SMS, asking for your confirmation.
When you reply, the Access Provider will register your preference and will send a final SMS notifying the success of registration along with your unique registration number.

If you are sending an SMS like “START 0,2,3” with 0 (zero) included, the SMS will be treated as fully blocked.

Changing preference through SMS
Here we will show you how to change your already registered preferences with your new preference options.
  1. You can stop existing options by sending an SMS STOP, followed by the preference number. For eg, if you want to stop the education related telemarketing calls, send STOP 3 to 1909.
  2. If you want a new option to your existing options, you can send an SMS START, followed by your preference number. Eg, You can send an SMS “START 3” to start receiving calls from Education telemarketing agents.
  3. After you send SMS to your Access Provider, you will get an SMS asking for your confirmation. When you reply, your preferences will get registered.
  4. You also get an SMS indicating that your preferences are registered. This SMS will also have your unique registration number

De-Registration of preference through SMS
To deregister from the National Customer Preference Register, send “STOP” to 1909. You will then get a deregistration confirmation request via SMS. Once you confirm, the Access Provider will activate your option and inform you through SMS.


Calvin and Hobbes for March 15, 2011

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Palakura Pappu

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Onions : 1 (Big Size)

Green Chilies : 4

Tomato : 2

Toor Dal : 150gm (Kandi Pappu)

Spinach : 2 bunch (Palakura Pappu)

Salt : As required

Turmeric Powder : Little

Chili Powder : 1 spoon

Taminard : Small Lemon size

Oil : 3 spoons

Jeera : ½ spoon

Mustard : ½ spoon

Curry Leaves : 5-10

Garlic : 5 Cloves

Red Chilies : 2

Coriander Leaves : As Required.

Method of Preparation:

Cut Onions, Green Chilies, Tomato and Keep aside.

Clean and wash Toor Dal and Spinach.

Soak Taminard in enough water and keep aside.

In pressure cooker, add Toor Dal, Water (1:2 ratio), Spinach, Onions, Green Chilies, Tamota and cook it for 3 whistles.

Once pressure reduces, open cooker. Add salt, Turmeric Powder, Chili Powder and Mix it well.

Add Tamarind pulp juice and mix it.

Heat Oil in tava, fry Jeera, Mustards, Curry Leaves, Garlic Cloves, Red chilies.

Add above roasted ingredients to Spinach Dal and cook for 5 minutes.

Check salt for taste.

Garnish with Coriander leaves.

Ready…to EAT.

Andhra Mutton Curry

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Mutton, cubed 500 grams

Salt to taste

Turmeric powder ¼ teaspoon

Poppy seeds (khuskhus) 1 teaspoon

Fennel seeds (saunf) ½ teaspoon

Black peppercorns 4

Coriander seeds 1 teaspoon

Cumin seeds 1 teaspoon

Cinnamon 1 inch stick

Cloves 2

Green cardamoms 2

Olive oil 4 tablespoons

Curry leaves 10

Onions, chopped 3 medium

Ginger-garlic paste 1 teaspoon

Red chilli powder ½ teaspoon

Black pepper powder 2 teaspoons

Tomato, chopped 1 large

Fresh coriander leaves, chopped 2 tablespoons


1.Pressure cook mutton pieces with two cups of water, salt and turmeric powder for six whistles. Open the lid when the pressure reduces, drain and reserve the cooking liquor.

2.Dry roast poppy seeds, fennel seeds, black peppercorns, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, cinnamon, cloves and green cardamoms. Cool and grind to a fine powder.

3.Heat olive oil in kadai. Add curry leaves and onions. Sauté till the onions are brown.

4.Add ginger-garlic paste, red chilli powder and half the black pepper powder and sauté for a minute.

5.Add tomato and mutton pieces, cook on high heat till the tomato is soft.

6.Add salt and the spice powder and simmer for five minutes. Add the reserved cooking liquor and one cup of water and bring to a boil. Simmer till all the mutton pieces get well coated with thick gravy.

7.Add the remaining black pepper powder and stir well.

8.Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot.


Mutton, cubed 500 gramsSalt to tasteTurmeric powder ¼ teaspoonPoppy seeds (khuskhus) 1 teaspoonFennel seeds (saunf) ½ teaspoonBlack peppercorns 4Coriander seeds 1 teaspoonCumin seeds 1 teaspoonCinnamon 1 inch stickCloves 2Green cardamoms 2Olive oil 4 tablespoonsCurry leaves 10Onions, chopped 3 mediumGinger-garlic paste 1 teaspoonRed chilli powder ½ teaspoonBlack pepper powder 2 teaspoonsTomato, chopped 1 largeFresh coriander leaves, chopped 2 tablespoons


Butter Chicken

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Butter Chicken, a non-vegetarian delicacy is one of the most popular dishes not only in India but also other parts of the world. Also known as Murg Makhani, the popular Indian non-vegetarian dish of Butter Chicken is easily available across many Indian restaurants and eateries all over India especially the north of India. Butter Chicken is said to have originated from the popular Moti Mohal restaurant in Daryaganj, Delhi. Butter Chicken is a gravy chicken preparation where butter, cream, tomato and chicken are the main ingredients.


700 gm: Raw chicken


½ kg: Curd

1 tsp: Ginger garlic paste

1 tsp: Red chilli powder

Salt to taste


100 gm: White butter

½ kg: Tomato (pureed)

½ tsp: Black cumin seeds

½ tsp: Sugar

1 tsp: Red chilli powder

Salt to taste

To Prepare Chicken

100 gm: Fresh cream

75 gm: White butter

4-5: Sliced green chillies

½ tsp: Crushed fenugreek leaves


For the marinade, mix red chilli powder, ginger garlic paste, salt and curd together. Marinade is ready.

Now mix the raw chicken in the marinade and keep it in the refrigerator overnight.

Then roast the marinated chicken in a tandoor or an oven for about 5-10 minutes till it is three fourth done.

For the gravy, heat white butter in pan. Add black cumin seeds, tomato puree, sugar, red chilli powder and salt. Mix it well.

Now add the prepared chicken, white butter, fresh cream, sliced green chillies and crushed fenugreek leaves.

Cook till chicken is done.

Butter Chicken is ready to eat.

Serve hot with rice or naan.


Red Chilli Chicken Recipe

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3 cOnions; chopped

1/4 cChili powder

1 1/2 tsDried Oregano

1 1/2 tsGround cumin

2 Garlic; minced

1 1/2 cLow sodium chicken broth

16 ozKidney beans; canned, drained

16 ozBlack beans; canned, drained

14 1/2 ozCanned tomatoes

1 lbBoned and skinned chicken


Combine all ingredients in 5 quart crockpot. Cook on low setting for 8-10 hours. Per serving: 289.5 calories; 2.5 g fat (7.6% calories from fat); 30.5 g protein; 38 g carbohydrate; 44 mg cholesterol; 760 mg sodium Recipe by: Cooking Light, Jim Fobel (modified for crockpot) Posted to EAT-LF Digest by Joanne McAndrews on Oct 02, 1999, converted by MM_Buster v2.0l.


Mix Veg Curry Recipe

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1 cup mixed vegetables sliced, boiled (use carrot, cauliflower, beans, peas, potato, etc.) 1 tomato sliced 1/2 coconut grated 1/2 tsp. ginger grated 1/2 tsp. garlic crushed 3 green chillies 1 tbsp. sesame seeds 1/2 tsp. each cumin, mustard seeds 1/2 tsp. red chilli powder salt to taste 1 tsp.lemon juice 2 cloves 1 piece cinnamon 2 tbsp. butter

Recipe Method

1.Drain the boiled vegetables, keep stock aside. 2.Blend together, coconut, chillies, sesame seeds, cinnamon, cloves in mixie. 3.Heat butter, add seeds, allow to splutter. 4.Add ginger, garlic and paste. 5.Stir fry for 3-4 minutes. 6.Add vegetables except tomatoes. 7.Add 1/2 cup stock. Cover, simmer for 5 minutes. 8.Add salt, chilli powder,tomatoes and cook till gravy is thick. 9.Serve hot with parathas or chappatis. Making time: 20 minutes. Makes: 2 servings


Malaika’s Munni Song in Guinness World Record

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