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Nous avons s茅lectionn茅 quelques photos / images juste pour le fun.

Images dr么les 脿 partager bien s没r

Funny pictures to share of course

Don’t hesitate to share this article ( just for those images)

 

Translation :

 

Left text :

Waow that’s very modern… Rich, Light聽 in weight like a smartphone

No losing time in downloadine..working without electricity.. what is it??

Right text :

It’s called…A book

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Translation :

Hey, I was plucked on a beautiful sunny tree … What about you?? from where are you coming?

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Translation:

I know nothing in saving life…But I’m wondering about the聽 girl on the right of this photo !!!

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Translation:

Policeman : Any drugs?? coke? alcohol?

Driver : No thanks, I have everything i need 馃檪

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Mystery…Myst猫re


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Racetrack Playa is home to an enduring Death Valley mystery. Littered across the surface of this dry lake, also called a 鈥減laya,鈥 are hundreds of rocks 鈥 some weighing as much as 320 kilograms (700 pounds) 鈥 that seem to have been dragged across the ground, leaving synchronized trails that can stretch for hundreds of meters.Death_Valley

What powerful force could be moving them? Researchers have investigated this question since the 1940s, but no one has seen the process in action 鈥 until now.

In a paper published in the journal PLOS ONE on Aug. 27, a team led by Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, paleobiologist Richard Norris reports on first-hand observations of the phenomenon.

Because the stones can sit for a decade or more without moving, the researchers did not originally expect to see motion in person. Instead, they decided to monitor the rocks remotely by installing a鈥

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Il construit des pianos de 5 m猫tres de hauteur (vid茅o)


#Piano #Music #Musique

Etrange et Insolite

David Klavins est un pianiste qui, pendant des ann茅es, n鈥檃 pas pu trouver de pianos produisant les sons qu鈥檌l imaginait dans sa t锚te.

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UNE TANTE BIZARRE


Bel艙il: Elle 茅chappe 脿 une condamnation apr猫s avoir mis sur Facebook des photos de sa ni猫ce nue.

 

vieille tante

grand mother

Un jeune homme est rest茅 bouche b茅e devant son ordinateur. Sa s艙ur 芒g茅e de 15 ans s鈥檈xposait nue, dans des poses 茅rotiques, sur son mur Facebook. Ces images destin茅es 脿 exciter un adolescent boutonneux de l鈥檃utre c么t茅 de la M茅diterran茅e 茅taient l脿, 脿 la vue de tous ses contacts.

dancing girls

dancing girls

Elles y sont rest茅es quarante minutes, le temps pour la police, alert茅e par le jeune homme, de d茅couvrir que les images avaient 茅t茅 publi茅es par un tiers malveillant.

Le coupable a rapidement 茅t茅 identifi茅. Il s鈥檃gissait de la tante de la jeune fille qui avait eu acc猫s 脿 son compte Facebook puisque la jeune fille avait pour habitude de squatter son ordinateur quand elle accompagnait ses parents chez son oncle. Cette mauvaise addiction, qui frappe les jeunes de 7 脿 77 ans, n鈥檃 pas plu 脿 la tante qui ne portait pas sa ni猫ce dans son c艙ur.

judge

juge

En analysant le profil de sa ni猫ce, la pr茅venue avait d茅couvert les photos 茅rotiques envoy茅es par message priv茅. Elle avait expliqu茅 au tribunal qu鈥檈lle voulait montrer 脿 sa belle-s艙ur de quoi 茅tait capable sa fille car elle n鈥檃vait pas l鈥檃ir de la croire quand elle pr茅tendait qu鈥檌l fallait la recadrer.

Mais au lieu de lui en parler en priv茅, elle n鈥檃 rien trouv茅 de mieux que de l鈥檈xposer publiquement, ce qui constitue une infraction p茅nale. Une grosse b锚tise qui l鈥檃 conduit devant le tribunal correctionnel. 芦聽聽C鈥檈st clair que c鈥檈st une grosse b锚tise. Quand on veut jouer 脿 la m猫re la vertu, on n鈥檈nfreint pas soi-m锚me la loi聽聽禄, avait affirm茅 l鈥檃vocat de la d茅fense, M聽e聽 Baudoux. Encore fallait-il que la femme se rende compte que sa maladresse 茅tait une infraction.

Jeudi, le tribunal a estim茅 qu鈥檈lle 茅tait coupable de l鈥檌nfraction mais a estim茅 qu鈥檌l ne fallait pas la condamner 脿 un an de prison avec sursis comme l鈥檃vait requis le procureur du roi. Une simple suspension du prononc茅, qui serait de nature 脿 lui faire comprendre de ne plus recommencer, a 茅t茅 prononc茅e.

Source: Sud info.be

simpsons

CV Bizarre


Chien paresseux

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) 鈥 Une assistante sociale su茅doise a jou茅 sur le principe de la publicit茅, m锚me n茅gative, pour illustrer l鈥檃dage: 鈥淓n bien ou en mal, l鈥檈ssentiel c鈥檈st qu鈥檕n en parle鈥.

 

AW, 30 ans, a fait passer dimanche dans son quotidien r茅gional 聽une publicit茅 proclamant 鈥淛e veux un travail bien pay茅. Je n鈥檃i pas d鈥檌magination, je suis anti-sociale, pas cr茅ative et sans talent.鈥

superman needs jogging

 

Son t茅l茅phone n鈥檃 cess茅 de sonner depuis, et les propositions d鈥檈mploi affluent.

鈥淛鈥檃i tout tourn茅 脿 l鈥檌nverse. J鈥櫭﹖ais fatigu茅e de faire les choses comme il faut鈥, a-t-elle expliqu茅 lundi dans l鈥櫭ヾition internet 聽d鈥檜n quotidien.

loto

 

Elle a d茅j脿 un rendez-vous mercredi pour un entretien avec une soci茅t茅 appel茅e 聽qui lui propose un salaire mensuel de 聽de 2.000 euros, une r茅mun茅ration sup茅rieure de 30% 脿 celle de son poste actuel d鈥檃ide 脿 des personnes 芒g茅es.

Article du dessus : 聽Source 聽鈥渏e meclate鈥

Evasion de prison, destination dentiste


Un d茅tenu s鈥檈st 茅vad茅 d鈥檜ne prison su茅doise pour faire soigner une rage de dent avant de se rendre 脿 la police, et a vu sa peine prolong茅e d鈥檜ne journ茅e.

funny dentist

funny dentist

 

Le prisonnier s鈥櫭﹖ait 茅chapp茅 d茅but novembre de la prison de Oestragaard dans le sud-ouest de la Su猫de, deux jours avant la date de la fin de sa peine, 鈥減arce qu鈥檌l avait mal aux dents et voulait aller chez le dentiste鈥, ont indiqu茅 des responsables de la prison. 鈥淓n sortant du dentiste il s鈥檈st rendu 脿 la police鈥, selon la m锚me source.

p猫re noel en prison

p猫re noel en prison

L鈥檋omme de 51 ans s鈥櫭﹖ait plaint de maux de dents aupr猫s des responsables de la prison quatre jours avant son 茅vasion de cette prison aux mesures de s茅curit茅 peu strictes. 鈥淭out mon visage 茅tait totalement enfl茅鈥, a expliqu茅 ce prisonnier au quotidien su茅dois Dagens Nyheter. 鈥淎 la fin je ne pouvais plus le supporter鈥, a-t-il ajout茅.

Sa peine, d鈥檜n mois de d茅tention 脿 l鈥檕rigine, a 茅t茅 prolong茅e de 24 heures, les responsables de la prison ayant d茅cid茅 de d茅compter le jour de l鈥檌ncident du temps purg茅 en prison. Le d茅tenu, qui a quitt茅 la prison depuis, a expliqu茅 au journal su茅dois qu鈥檌l 茅tait avant tout content de s鈥櫭猼re d茅barrass茅 de sa rage de dent. 鈥淢aintenant il me reste 脿 payer la note du dentiste鈥, a-t-il conclu.

Dentiste ancienne 茅poque

Dentiste ancienne 茅poque

Source 聽de l鈥檃rticle AFP 聽/ 7S7 belgique.

 

 

LIRE ALONGEE SUR CANAPE


Avez vous d茅j脿 essay茅 cette position?

Nous cherchons tous une position confortable pour lire…
En fait, c’est simple, il suffit de faire comme cette jeune fille 馃檪

Lire confortablement... l'avez-vous d茅j脿 fait :)

Lire confortablement… y avez-vous pens茅?

A BUTCHER…. VEGAN ?


https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-47

After about 15 years working in the meat industry, butcher Brian Kavanagh found he was concealing a secret.

 

Much of his adult life had been spent shaping, slicing and trimming animal products by the slab without a qualm – a career that began when he was just 16 in a small family-run butcher in Burnside, South Lanarkshire.

But as he stood silent behind the meat counter in Morrisons supermarket, aged 33, Brian couldn’t quite find the words to tell colleagues he had become vegan.

“I kept it to myself,” he said. “I didn’t tell anyone because I was worried about them making jokes. Before I just looked at it as a piece of meat going on a dinner plate but then you see it as an animal and not just a steak.

“I was a bit depressed, it just didn’t feel good, so I had to leave.”

Brian said becoming a butcher was the first job he picked at the Job Centre as a teenager – and it was “just something to keep my dad quiet”.

As an adult, he said eating meat such as steak or chicken was routine and he would often buy meat from work for convenience.

 

Vegan butcher

He first considered giving up animal products when his wife Rebecca became vegan, but it was the animal welfare documentary Earthlings, narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, that finally pushed him to make the change.

The award-winning film, directed by Shaun Monson, contains footage of the conditions inside factory farms. Now Brian, his wife and his two children, age nine and six, stick to a plant-based diet.

“Me and the kids would have separate meals from my wife,” he said. “Now it’s so much easier doing it together.”

Brian, who is now 36, gave in his notice to Morrisons and was eventually hired at the Glasgow base of Sgaia’s Vegan Meats, founded by Hilary Masin and Alberto Casotto.

“I was worried my background and my story might put them off, and they wouldn’t want someone who was a meat butcher for 15 years,” he said.

“But they were really excited about it and wanted me just as much as I wanted to work there.”

He now calls himself a vegan butcher.

By blending a combination of soy, gluten and spices, Sgaia’s creates a number of vegan products which they call ‘mheats’ – from staples like streaky bacon and burgers to more specialised foods such as charcuterie.

The firm supplies a number of restaurants and kitchens in Glasgow – including the pop-up Durty Vegan Burger Club.

The job transition was a worry for Brian but quickly soon after joining he helped to launch one of its most popular products – the vegan lorne sausage.

He said: “Making sausages was a big part of being a butcher. Once I saw how the [vegan] base was made I thought it would be interesting to try to play about with that and create a lorne sausage.

“All the feedback has been really good. We took it to a festival and some people were coming back two or three times.”

Recent years have seen a large rise in small food manufacturers marketing their products as a new form of meat, despite resistance around the world.

In the US, last week, the governor of South Dakota signed legislation that required “fake meat” products to be appropriately labelled as it “misled” consumers.

It came after the US Cattlemen’s Association lodged a petition calling for an official definition of “beef” and “meat” in 2018.

France has also banned labelling vegan or vegetarian products as a meat item to avoid confusion.

But regardless of labels, Brian claimed his own lifestyle changes have brought him nothing but happiness.

He said: “My skin was the first thing I noticed. I always had spots until I was 30, but my skin became a lot clearer. I feel clearer in the mind too.

“It’s that psychological thing – you eat something healthy, you feel good.”

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-47

 

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Le Manneken-Pis, la fontaine bruxelloise qui gaspillait son eau (vid茅o)


Le Manneken-Pis, la fontaine bruxelloise

#Bruxelles #Mannekenpis #Belgium #Belgique

Etrange et Insolite

脌 Bruxelles, les touristes viennent en nombre pour voir le Manneken-Pis uriner de l鈥檈au. Mais la ville 茅tait loin de se douter que ce petit jet g茅n茅rait un grand gaspillage.

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UN PRISONNIER S’EVADE DE PRISON POUR VOIR SON DENTISTE


Evenement insolite 聽survenu en 2013, cependant, il serait interessant, voire marrant, d’en parler.

Un d茅tenu s鈥檈st 茅vad茅 d鈥檜ne prison su茅doise pour faire soigner une rage de dent avant de se rendre 脿 la police, et a vu sa peine prolong茅e d鈥檜ne journ茅e.

 

prison-break

 

Le prisonnier s’茅tait 茅chapp茅 d茅but novembre de la prison de Oestragaard dans le sud-ouest de la Su猫de, deux jours avant la date de la fin de sa peine, “parce qu’il avait mal aux dents et voulait aller chez le dentiste”, ont indiqu茅 des responsables de la prison. “En sortant du dentiste il s’est rendu 脿 la police”, selon la m锚me source.
funny-dentist

funny dentist / dentiste rigolo

L’homme de 51 ans s’茅tait plaint de maux de dents aupr猫s des responsables de la prison quatre jours avant son 茅vasion de cette prison aux mesures de s茅curit茅 peu strictes. “Tout mon visage 茅tait totalement enfl茅”, a expliqu茅 ce prisonnier au quotidien su茅dois Dagens Nyheter. “A la fin je ne pouvais plus le supporter”, a-t-il ajout茅.mc3a9tiers-dentiste_humour-annc3a9es_20Sa peine, d’un mois de d茅tention 脿 l’origine, a 茅t茅 prolong茅e de 24 heures, les responsables de la prison ayant d茅cid茅 de d茅compter le jour de l’incident du temps purg茅 en prison. Le d茅tenu, qui a quitt茅 la prison depuis, a expliqu茅 au journal su茅dois qu’il 茅tait avant tout content de s’锚tre d茅barrass茅 de sa rage de dent. “Maintenant il me reste 脿 payer la note du dentiste”, a-t-il conclu.

funny dentist

Source 聽de l’article AFP 聽/ 7S7 belgique.( Reprise fait divers de 2013)

1 SELFIE PAR JOUR A 09H09 DEPUIS 2002


M Jean Michel Gobet est courageux. 聽Tous les matins 脿 09h09, il se prend en selfie depuis 2002

Aucun jour de loup茅.

Qu鈥檌l soit en route, au bureau, en conf茅rence, dans les transports en commun, 脿 la maison..

Tous les jours 脿 09h09 AM, un selfie.

Bravo 脿 JM Gobet

http://www.09h09.com/

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BISOUS INTERDITS APRES 21H00


Dans les bureaux de “Radio Satellite2”, nous avons vu passer une d茅p锚che sans trop y pr锚ter attention. Croyant 脿 un gag : Des bisous interdits au del脿 de 21h00

Apr猫s v茅rification et apr猫s avoir lu un papier 茅crit par “bfmtv” 聽et “Le monde”, il s’est av茅r茅 que ce n’en 茅tait pas un.

Il s’agit de Dedi MULYADI, c’est le dirigeant de Purwakarta , un district 脿 l’ouest de Jakarta, Capitale de l’indon茅sie.

Alors tenez vous bien: Ce responsable a 茅mis une note ( une r猫gle pourrait on dire) d’interdire aux couples “non mari茅s” 聽mineurs, de s’embrasser au del脿 de 21h00.

En lisant ceci, dans nos studios, nous avions souri, vu de loin, ceci parait surr茅el pour un oeil occidental .

Cependant, il est vrai que nous ne connaissons pas les conditions de vie de ce district ( que nous ne connaissions pas du tout. Nous d茅couvrons aussi bien le maire, que le district).

La personne prise en flagrant d茅lit ( en g茅n茅ral, on accuse l’homme) 聽a 3 chances pusiqu’il re莽oit 3 avertissements: 1 avertissement 脿 chaque fois ( les 3 premi猫res fois) .

La 4e fois.. fini la rigolade, les responsables entrent en contact avec les parents des 2 tourtereaux pour convenir ” si oui ou non” il est sujet de mariage.

Le but de cette r猫glementation 聽est de (nous citons) “prot茅ger l’honneur des filles”.

Un couple a d茅j脿 茅t茅 forc茅 de se marier selon le responsable cit茅. Ils furent avertis 脿 plusieurs reprises, mais l’homme 茅tait “t锚tu” ( terme cit茅 par Monsieur Mulyadi ).

Il a m锚me constuit des pavillons de rencontres pour que les couples puissent se rencontrer et si l’envie de se bequoter?, eh bien , oui..ils pourront s’embrasser dans ces pavillons, sous les regards bienveillants et surveillants des cam茅ras install茅es dans ces pavillon. Dans le but d’茅viter aux autres passants de se voir subir, ces bisous ill茅gaux.

Attention: Les bisous bisous doivent s’arr锚ter 脿 09h00 PM . Tout d茅passement horaire 茅quivaut 脿 un avertissement.

Parole de cam茅ra.

Nous ne savons pas si les jeunes tourtereaux appr茅cient cette r猫glementation.

Ce qui est s没r, que cette r猫glementation ravit 脿 merveille les parents; Les m猫res surtout qui voit en cette mesure, un garde fou pour la protection de leurs enfants.

Apr猫s tout, si les citoyens sont satisfaits. C’est le but de sa mission en tant que maire de ce district. Non?

En tout 茅tat de cause, ce maire a r茅ussi un coup magistral: Faire parler de son district dans les m茅dias et attirer l’attention des foules, des touristes potentiels, entre autres.

La preuve? Nous en parlons ici m锚me sur Radio Satellite

Bravo.

PURWAKARTA

La plus petite maison de PARIS


Comme 茅cras茅e entre deux grands immeubles, avec ses 5 m猫tres de haut et son m猫tre dix de large, cette maison du dixi猫me arrondissement est r茅put茅e pour 锚tre la plus petite de Paris.

 

 

Profonde de trois m猫tres, on y trouve un minuscule magasin au rez-de-chauss茅e ainsi qu’une pi猫ce 脿 l’茅tage. Elle aurait vu le jour suite 脿 un diff茅rend familial.

 

La famille poss茅dant ce qui 茅tait 脿 l’origine un passage ne parvenant pas 脿 se mettre d’accord 脿 propos de celui-ci, l’a tout simplement bouch茅. Ce qui a donn茅 lieu 脿 cette exception architecturale, sise au 39 rue du Ch芒teau d’eau.

 

 

Source : 聽 7sur7.be

 

FIREWORKS


Un article pour le bonheur de voir des feux d’artifices

fireworks

Mystery…Myst猫re


Racetrack Playa is home to an enduring Death Valley mystery. Littered across the surface of this dry lake, also called a 鈥減laya,鈥 are hundreds of rocks 鈥 some weighing as much as 320 kilograms (700 pounds) 鈥 that seem to have been dragged across the ground, leaving synchronized trails that can stretch for hundreds of meters.Death_Valley

What powerful force could be moving them? Researchers have investigated this question since the 1940s, but no one has seen the process in action 鈥 until now.

In a paper published in the journal PLOS ONE on Aug. 27, a team led by Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, paleobiologist Richard Norris reports on first-hand observations of the phenomenon.

Because the stones can sit for a decade or more without moving, the researchers did not originally expect to see motion in person. Instead, they decided to monitor the rocks remotely by installing a high-resolution weather station capable of measuring gusts to one-second intervals and fitting 15 rocks with custom-built, motion-activated GPS units. (The National Park Service would not let them use native rocks, so they brought in similar rocks from an outside source.) The experiment was set up in winter 2011 with permission of the Park Service. Then 鈥 in what Ralph Lorenz of the Applied Physics Laboratory at the Johns Hopkins University, one of the paper鈥檚 authors, suspected would be聽 鈥渢he most boring experiment ever鈥 鈥 they waited for something to happen.

But in December 2013, Norris and co-author and cousin Jim Norris arrived in Death Valley to discover that the playa was covered with a pond of water seven centimeters (three inches) deep. Shortly after, the rocks began moving.

Sailing StonesDeathValley

‘Element of luck’

鈥淪cience sometimes has an element of luck,鈥 Richard Norris said. 鈥淲e expected to wait five or 10 years without anything moving, but only two years into the project, we just happened to be there at the right time to see it happen in person.鈥

Their observations show that moving the rocks requires a rare combination of events. First, the playa fills with water, which must be deep enough to form floating ice during cold winter nights but shallow enough to expose the rocks. As nighttime temperatures plummet, the pond freezes to form thin sheets of 鈥渨indowpane鈥 ice, which must be thin enough to move freely but thick enough to maintain strength. On sunny days, the ice begins to melt and break up into large floating panels, which light winds drive across the playa, pushing rocks in front of them and leaving trails in the soft mud below the surface.

鈥淥n Dec. 21, 2013, ice breakup happened just around noon, with popping and cracking sounds coming from all over the frozen pond surface,鈥 said Richard Norris. 鈥淚 said to Jim, 鈥楾his is it!鈥欌Sailing stones2

These observations upended previous theories that had proposed hurricane-force winds, dust devils, slick algal films, or thick sheets of ice as likely contributors to rock motion. Instead, rocks moved under light winds of about 3-5 meters per second (10 miles per hour) and were driven by ice less than 3-5 millimeters (0.25 inches) thick, a measure too thin to grip large rocks and lift them off the playa, which several papers had proposed as a mechanism to reduce friction. Further, the rocks moved only a few inches per second (2-6 meters per minute), a speed that is almost imperceptible at a distance and without stationary reference points.

鈥淚t鈥檚 possible that tourists have actually seen this happening without realizing it,鈥 said Jim Norris of the engineering firm Interwoof in Santa Barbara. 鈥淚t is really tough to gauge that a rock is in motion if all the rocks around it are also moving.鈥

Individual rocks remained in motion for anywhere from a few seconds to 16 minutes. In one event, the researchers observed rocks three football fields apart began moving simultaneously and traveled over 60 meters (200 feet) before stopping. Rocks often moved multiple times before reaching their final resting place. The researchers also observed rock-less trails formed by grounding ice panels 鈥 features that the Park Service had previously suspected were the result of tourists stealing rocks.

Rare events

鈥淭he last suspected movement was in 2006, and so rocks may move only about one millionth of the time,鈥 said Lorenz. 鈥淭here is also evidence that the frequency of rock movement, which seems to require cold nights to form ice, may have declined since the 1970s due to climate change.鈥

Richard and Jim Norris, and co-author Jib Ray of Interwoof, started studying the Racetrack鈥檚 moving rocks to solve the 鈥減ublic mystery鈥 and set up the 鈥淪lithering Stones Research Initiative鈥 to engage a wide circle of friends in the effort. They needed the help of volunteers who repeatedly visited the remote dry lake, quarried the rocks that were fitted with GPS, and maintained custom-made instruments. Lorenz and Brian Jackson of the Department of Physics at Boise State University started working on the phenomenon for their own reasons: They wanted to study dust devils and other desert weather features that might have analogs to processes happening on other planets.

sailingrocks02鈥淲hat is striking about prior research on the Racetrack is that almost everybody was doing the work not to gain fame or fortune, but because it is such a neat problem,鈥 said Jim Norris.

So is the mystery of the sliding rocks finally solved?

鈥淲e documented five movement events in the two and a half months the pond existed and some involved hundreds of rocks,鈥 says Richard Norris. 鈥淪o we have seen that even in Death Valley, famous for its heat, floating ice is a powerful force in rock motion. But we have not seen the really big boys move out there鈥.Does that work the same way?鈥

Article taken from

Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego

University of california.

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