|PVAF WEEKEND PHOTO NEWS OF THE WEIRD KIND... in your hectic world......when you laugh you think...and when you think you laugh....|
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on October 2, 2010
WORTH THOUSAND WORDS...
.....and PVAF one liners for those who must read.....
.....In today's hectic job, job and jobs
we get very less time to laugh.....
....Plus you can click on the hyperlinked
to have more smiles of what humans are capable of....
.....Surfing the Globe to bring you
a constant variety of
insanity, stupidity and absolute proof that
humankind has not evolved
quite as much as we would like to think....
....A FLYING COW WITH A FLYING
.....Let us know if you believe this and why....
.....Today is April Fool's Day but this news is no joke.
A Chinese man named Kong Lin, 27, was
using nail scissors as a toothpick when his pal's joke made him laugh
hard - and the scissors slid down his throat. He was rushed to a
hospital in Putian, China and it took surgeons half an hour to extract
the scissors. Just try to figure out what the joke was. It must be
The owner of this Smart car painted their four-wheeler
to look like a BMW two-wheeler
.....WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO WHEN YOU
CAN NOT AFFORD A BMW.....
Please click on the next line to smile more and wonder about the
ever unpredictable human species you belong to on this weekend......
LAST WEEK IT WAS A WOMAN MARRYING A
THIS WEEK IT IS A MAN MARRYING A DOG....
OBVIOUSLY FOR DIFFERENT REASONS THAN LAST WEEK....
An Indian man has “married” a female
dog, hoping the move will help atone for stoning two other dogs to
death. P Selvakumar, 33, said he had been cursed since the killings,
suffering paralysis and a loss of hearing. The wedding took place at a
Hindu temple in Tamil Nadu state. The “bride” wore an orange sari with a
flower garland and was fed a bun to celebrate. Superstitious people in
rural India sometimes organize weddings to animals in the hope of
warding off curses..[BBC]
they have alien models!!!!
from the earth-like planet discovered this week
about 20 light years away from our solar system, .....
that is 118 trillion miles away.....
....how is this girl going to get back home!!!! and when!!!!!....
FrFrom the Japanese cosmetics
giant, Shiseido, here’s an alien model with extra fingers growing out of
7 of Propositon 8 Gay Marriage Trial:
Ex-Gay Camp, Will Truman, Obama, The
Mormons, What a Whirlwind!
Another day, another round of
depressing but also inspiring testimony. We discuss: the Catholic
church’s stance on gays, how conversion therapy doesn’t really work, how
gays have almost no political representation, and the Mormons! Get
ready! Go to hyperlink under the photo to read the long version of the
Day 7 of Proposition 8 Marriage Trial in California, USA....It is a
human rights issue after all....
fisherman, from a village south of Jakarta, Indonesia,
half man half tree
has been offered new hope of
recovery by an American doctor and Vitamin A....
Thirty-two-year-old Dede, who lives in
a remote village in Indonesia with his two children, feared that he
would be killed by the tree-like growths that cover his body. Known
locally as ‘Tree Man’ his condition has baffled local doctors for 20
years. He has root like structures growing out of his body – branches
that can grow up to 5 cm a year and which protrude from his hands and
feet, and welts covering his whole body. Dede’s story began when
wart-like “roots” started growing out of his arms and feet after he cut
his knee in a teenage accident. The medical world was completely
baffled. The welts spread rapidly across his body and soon he was not
able to carry out ordinary household tasks. Dede was sacked from his job
and deserted by his wife. He has been raising two children, now in their
late teens, in poverty. Dr. Anthony Gaspar, dermatology expert of the
University of Maryland,USA claims this condition of warts is caused by
the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Dede’s problem is that he has a rare
genetic fault that impedes his immune system to contain the warts. The
virus was able to “hijack the cellular machinery of his skin cells”,
instructing them to produce huge amounts of the substance that caused
the tree-like growths known as “cutaneous horns” on both his hands and
feet. The doctor is convinced that Dede’s condition can be largely
cleared up by a daily doses of a synthetic form of Vitamin A, which has
been demonstrated to stop the growth of warts in severe cases of HPV and
Dede’s warts should reduce in size to the point where he can use his
Source: Discovery Channel.
Posted by Drew. Filed under weird diseases. Link
The Mastercard company will be sued by the government for
the following advertisement campaign:
playing with economics: 50
playing with soldiers: 100 billion $
electing the village idiot as a president: priceless
The Mastercard company will defend
herself by claiming they have the right to express theirselves
however they want.
This will probably not be accepted by the judges as this right is no
longer valid after the recent justicial changes made by Bush.
PennWellBlogs (AFP/Vanity Fair: Tim Hetherington)
exhaustion of a man and
the exhaustion of Coalition FORCES Nations".
....Those Coalition Forces fighters risking their lives in
for Protecting the Free World Nations against Terrorism ....
exhausted U.S soldier
resting in the Restrepo bunker in
the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan, on September 16, 2007.....
This photo, by Britain's Tim
Hetherington for Vanity Fair magazine, won the top World
Press Photo prize for news photography with a prize and an award of
10,000 euros ($16,200). The soldier's expression
shows how a lot of coalition forces soldiers feel when they take the
field day-in and day-out carrying heavy loads.
A family displaced by flooding
wades through floodwaters
as they return to their village of Bello Patan, in Pakistan's Sindh
“The greatest disaster in history.”
– United Nations
The United Nations has called the
Pakistan Floods the greatest disaster in history. UN spokesperson
Maurizio Giuliano said,
“This disaster is worse than the Southeast Asia tsunami, the 2005
Pakistan earthquake and the Haiti earthquake.” r />
Over 20 million people have been affected. An estimated 1,600 dead and
875,000 homes destroyed or damaged.
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