Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Tiger Woods

    His marriage may be in deep trouble but Tiger Woods's main sponsor – Nike – is standing by its man.
Phil Knight, the chairman and co-founder of the sportswear company, has given his unequivocal backing to Woods at a time when other sponsors are distancing themselves from the world's top golfer. Knight said: "When his career is over, you'll look back on these indiscretions as a minor blip." Speaking to the Sports Business Journal, Knight brushed off the scandal engulfing Woods as "part of the game" of sponsorship deals.
Woods has announced he is taking an "indefinite" break from golf after admitting infidelity. The admission prompted the financial services company Accenture to sever links with Woods. Proctor & Gamble and Gillette have said they would limit the use of Woods in its marketing.
    But Nike will continue to sponsor him. It has too much to lose to do otherwise. Nike has invested heavily in Woods and built its entire range of golf sportswear and equipment around him. It signed him up in 1996 when Woods turned professional in a deal worth $40m (£25m) a year. Before then, it had not entered the golf market.
    Despite the public backing, in private Knight and the other Nike executives must be nervous about Woods's future in the game. The company's association with Woods, like that with other sporting greats, has fuelled Nike's expansion.
    It has built a brand with the slogan Just Do It, by associating with controversial sportsmen, from whom more conservative sponsors have shied away. Other Nike stars have included John McEnroe, Ronaldo and Michael Jordan.
    In his interview, Knight said of Woods: "I think he's been really great".
Woods continues to feature prominently on Nike's website. "Being the best takes dedication, patience and insight. For Tiger Woods, these are the pillars of his approach," it says.
The Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer said it would also continue to sponsor Woods, saying the company did not care about the golfer's private life.
    Company spokeswoman Mariam Sylla said the sponsorship was unchanged because Woods remained the world's best golfer.
    "He's the best in his domain. We respect his performance in the sport," she said, adding that Woods's personal life was "not our business."
Tag Heuer has been sponsoring Woods since 2002. Before the current scandal it was estimated that Woods earned around $100m a year in endorsements.

    Tiger Woods found himself drawn into fresh controversy today after it was reported in the United States that a Canadian doctor who helped the golfer recover from knee surgery is being investigated by the FBI under suspicion of supplying athletes with performance-enhancing drugs.
    The New York Times reported that a medicine bag belonging to Toronto-based doctor Anthony Galea was found with human growth hormones and Actovegin, a drug extracted from calf's blood, when his assistant was stopped at the US-Canada border in September. Importing Actovegin into the US is illegal. The doctor was arrested by Canadian police on 15 October.
    The FBI opened its investigation based in part on medical records found on the doctor's computer relating to several professional athletes, the newspaper reported.
    Galea's lawyers Brian Greenspan said his innovative treatments do not break any laws or violate anti-doping rules in sport. "We're confident that an investigation of Dr Galea will lead to his total vindication. Dr Galea was never engaged in any wrongdoing or any impropriety. Not only does he have a reputation that is impeccable, he is a person at the very top of his profession," he said.
    Galea is widely known in North America professional sports as a pioneer of "blood spinning" – a controversial treatment that involves injecting a patient with a concentrated form of their own blood. Advocates believe it helps speed up recovery from injury. He has treated a number of top-class athletes, including the Canadian sprinter Donovan Bailey, the US Olympic swimmer Dara Torres and NFL players, as well as Woods. There is no suggestion in the New York Times story that any of these athletes took performance-enhancing drugs.
    In an interview with the newspaper, Galea said he had visited the golfer's home in Florida earlier this year after Woods' agents at IMG in Cleveland became concerned about his slow rate of recovery from knee surgery in the summer of 2008.
    Two days after the first treatment, Woods texted him, the doctor said: "He said he couldn't believe how good he feels. He'd joke and say, 'I can jump up on the kitchen table,' and I said, 'Please don't.'"
Asked to comment on Woods' involvement with Galea, the golfer's agent, Mark Steinberg of IMG, said in an email to the New York Times: "I would really ask that you guys don't write this? If Tiger is not implicated, and won't be, let's please give the kid a break."
    Galea, who acknowledged he has used human growth hormone himself for 10 years, told the newspaper he never gave any athletes HGH, which is banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency. He told the New York Times he has never combined HGH or Actovegin with his platelet treatments.
"All these athletes come see me in Canada because I fix them, and I think people just assume that I'm giving them stuff," he told the newspaper. "They don't have to come to me to get HGH and steroids. You can walk into your local gym in New York and get HGH."
    In a separate case Galea is also being investigated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for smuggling, advertising and selling unapproved drugs as well as criminal conspiracy.



    ROME — Even hospitalized and in pain, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi can polarize Italians.
The bloody image of Berlusconi, reeling after being attacked as he signed autographs following a rally Sunday, has created sympathy and solidarity on one hand, while on the other generating praise for his attacker on Facebook and YouTube.
    The strong reactions were similar to those Berlusconi has drawn during his 15 years in politics.
"The bloodied, stunned, scared face of Silvio Berlusconi will remain an icon in the history of this republic," said a national newspaper, La Stampa, which is not owned by Berlusconi's media company.
Berlusconi, 73, was rushed to the San Raffaele hospital in Milan after a man pushed through the crowd and hit him in the face with a souvenir statue of Milan's Duomo, the Gothic cathedral that is a symbol of the city.
The attacker, identified as 42-year-old Massimo Tartaglia, was arrested at the scene and remained in jail in Milan. Police and family members said he had no criminal record but a history of mental problems.
Italy's ANSA news agency reported late Monday that Tartaglia had written a letter to Berlusconi, saying he was sorry for his "superficial, cowardly and uncontrolled" act.
Berlusconi was in pain Tuesday, unable to eat or leave the hospital for at least another day, said his doctor, Alberto Zangrillo.

    The attack left the premier with a fractured nose, two broken teeth and lip cuts. He was being given antibiotics and drugs for persistent pain, the hospital said in a midday bulletin. He will not need surgery, Zangrillo said.
    The attack, which shocked Italians, came amid an increasingly tense political atmosphere.
Berlusconi has for months denounced a "climate of hatred" he says surrounds him as he fends off a sex scandal and judicial troubles.
    His spokesman, Paolo Bonaiuti, said this feeling was stronger than ever in the hours that preceded the attack, even in the car ride toward the rally.
"He told me, 'You know, this climate of hatred and tension really leaves me worried,'" Bonaiuti said Monday. "'Don't you think something might happen to me?'"
Since he stepped into politics in the mid-1990s, Berlusconi has further polarized Italy – a society that has been split into fiercely opposed factions for centuries.
    His critics charge that the media mogul-turned-politician assembles so much power that he is a threat to democracy, bending the law to his advantage. Admirers love his charisma, wealth, even his jokes. To them, he is what they would like to be. They praise his can-do persona and believe he is a reformist.
    Despite legal woes and conflict-of-interest accusations, Berlusconi has been voted into office three times. His latest victory in 2006 signaled his triumphant return to power less that two years after his second term ran out and he narrowly lost elections to a center-left coalition.
    So strong are the sentiments that an aide years ago wrote a book collecting the insults that political adversaries had thrown at the conservative leader.
    But even by the Italian standards of mudslinging, the climate has become increasingly tense in recent months, with Berlusconi becoming increasingly vitriolic in the face of rising protests.
Italy's largest newspaper, Corriere della Sera, said Monday that politics in Italy had come to resemble "civil war."
    "The violent aggression on the premier is the result of this degeneration," said the newspaper, which is independent of Berlusconi's holdings.
    Berlusconi is entangled in scandals over his purported fondness for young women and an alleged relationship with a prostitute. The premier's wife is divorcing him, but Berlusconi insists he has never paid for sex, nor had inappropriate relationships.
    He has been buffeted by protests, with tens of thousands marching in Rome on Dec. 5 to demand his resignation. And a Mafia turncoat recently alleged that Berlusconi had ties to the underworld, an accusation the premier has forcefully dismissed.
    Despite setbacks and some squabbling with his allies, his popularity has remained high. The attack might reinforce that. "True Italians are always with you," said a well-wishing banner posted on the walls of the hospital.
    Berlusconi has fired back against his detractors, launching vehement attacks that have added to the poisonous climate.
    He said the magistrates who put him on trial for corruption are politically motivated communists. Last week he denounced the "party of magistrates" as a threat to Italy's sovereignty, and he has also attacked the Supreme Court and the president of the republic.
    Roberto Maroni, who as interior minister is in charge of police forces, said he counted some 300 groups on Facebook praising Berlusconi's assailant, and he was considering pulling them off the social network. He also mentioned YouTube videos showing the attack with comments inciting more violence.
    Maroni presided over an emergency meeting in Milan that put the security surrounding the premier under scrutiny. The minister said he did not see any immediate faults, but added that a full review would take place.
Typically, about 30 secret service agents protect Berlusconi at his public appearances. But the premier, who considers himself a man of the people with a taste for showmanship, also likes to mingle with his supporters and shake hands.
    "Berlusconi has the right to get close to his supporters because this is democracy, this is politics," said Maroni.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Contact Lenses

    This Dragon Eye contact lens is a full sclera covering contact lens that has a neon green and dark green outside that looks like the scales of a dragon or a lizard. The inside has a black cat eye type pupil with orange and black speckles like a dragon egg.
    If you want to buy the Dragon Eye contact lenses, they're not cheap. They're particularly not inexpensive because they are usually hand painted and they are full sclera contact lenses. If you've never used contact lenses, Dragon Eyes are probably not for you since getting a full scleral contact lens into your eye is very difficult.

    With Halloween fast approaching, everyone is scrambling to find a costume that will wow their friends and family. Contact lenses are a great way to change your look and make a costume even more believable.

    Looking for an extra sparkle in your eyes? Designer Anthony Mallier from India has created ‘Sparkle' contact lenses to make your eyes “Sparkle like they've never sparkled before.” Imagine having tiny Swarovski crystals beaming out of your eyes? Sounds insane but at the same time hot, the Swarovski crystals surrounds the edges of the lenses to create that “sparkle”.


    Keep your ball on the eye: German optician Stephanie Berndt shows off a soccer ball contact lens in Munich. The lens is paired with a German flag lens in a set that sells for $54.

Mickey Mouse contact lens.

    Nike MaxSight contact lenses are very functional, but also very weird. Each one is designed for a different sport; this one is red and is designed for cyclists to reduce the road glare from the sun.


 Cat Eye.



Creative Holders

    Not only functional, but also therapeutic, "The Ex" Knife Set and Holder is a five-piece knife set plus holder that makes for the perfect gift and a guaranteed conversation piece. Constructed with heavy-gauge durable stainless steel, each knife offers a razor-sharp precision cutting blade and a hollow, ergonomically designed for comfortable handle.

    Is desk clutter a pain in the ass? With the The Butt Station Desk Accessory Holder not only will the fun colors perk up your desk, butt this is one functional derrière. The Butt Station is a tape dispenser with cutter, pen and memo/card holder, and the magnetic rump holds paper clips! It’s bold enough to make a statement, but tasteful enough to keep the conversation going. The Butt Station is aperfect gift for students, graduates, or anyone with an office job and a sense of humor.

    Need someone to take your aggression out on and somewhere to keep that pesky pen? Then the Dead Fred Pen Holder is the man for you. Alleviate pent up aggression by repeatedly stabbing Fred through the heart; plus, your pen right at your fingertips.

    The Feel Good Razor Holder is a fun alternative to storage in your bathroom. Use the suction cup on the back to stick to most glossy, surfaces such as mirror, glass or tile and let him take charge of your disposable razor!

Creative Doorstops

    James the Doorman is the perfect gentleman that will hold the door open for you by wedging his foot under it. 

Black Bear Doorstop 

Right from Comic Books comes this fun Stop Doorstop to keep your entrances wide open and your home free from slamming doors. 

Stay classy with the Foot In The Door Doorstop 

Use a key to open your door and use a Giant Key Doorstop to keep it open. 



Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Crazy Frog - In the House

Bathroom Break in Swimmingpool

Three flies in a jar

There were three flies in a jar.

Two female and one male.

One of the female flies asks the male fly 

"Do you know a way to get out ?"

The male fly replies "Suck my dick and I'll tell you"

So she did and the male fly told her to fly up to the top 

of the jar and hit the lid real hard.

She did this and fell back down dead.

The second fly then asks the male fly 

"Please, you musk tell me how to get out !"

The male fly replies "Suck my dick and I'll tell you"

As she does the male fly inscructs her to fly up to the top 

of the jar and hit the lid two times real hard.

She did this and fell back down dead.

Want to know how the male fly got out ?

"Suck my dick and i'll tell you"

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Short Funny Jokes

Horny Toad
What's the difference between a toad and a horny toad? 
One says ribbit and the other says rubbit.

the alien and the puzzle
What did the alien say to the jigsaw puzzle?
''I come in peace and you come in peices!" 

why did the police officer stink? Because he was on duty!!!!

How did the Germans win the war against the Pollacks?
How did the Germans win the war against the Pollacks?
The Pollacks threw the hand grenade and the Germans pickeu it up, pulled the plug and threw it back!

Whats The Definition of a skeleton?
 A stripper that went too far!

you're so ugly
you're so ugly that when you were born your mom turned and lokked at your dad she said "i should have just gave you head"

Cherry Tree
How does an ellephant turn into  a cherry tree?
He paints his balls red.

Michael Jackson At Wal*Mart
Why did Michael Jackson run to Wal*Mart? Because Boys' pants were half off.

Types of Armenians

- IF your rims cost more than your house
- If you wear Lofers
- If your welfare check is bigger than your car payments
- If You wear 4 or 5 stripe adidas or Badidas
- If you have one eyebrow
- If you think you're in some Armenian Mafia
- If you think everyone's name is "Ara"
- If your armpits smell like basterma
- if your beamer's liscense plate says Davo em apeh
- If you have an illegal cell phone from North Hollywood
- If what you're reading is on a stolen/bought or at good guys computer
- If you playa hate Beirutsis and Barskahyes

- if you have a special way of pronouncing R when speaking Armenian
- if your last name ends w/ "IAN"
- if you go to Shiraz regularly
- if your name or your cousin's is ARTIN or ARBI or NARBEH
- If your favirote word is "HEIR" (meaning why)
- If you CALL what you do Break Dancing
- If you pluck your eyebrows or shave your legs
- If you go to Ararat parties and call them Raves
- if you wear blue contacts
- if you go "bareeeeeeeeeeev, mamen baben inchbeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeen?"


- You go to Teen Dances every week
- You're in AYF
- if you always go "yallah"
- if you think that you're the best in everything
- if your name is panos, sako, george, puzant, garo, rita, sevag, jirayr, anto...or anything else as of that.
- if every sentence you say, you end with "AGA, SHAKHS, or LAN"
- YOU Become a mechanic in the future after being in law school
- if you have a computer just for Solitaire
- if you have more oil in your hair than you have in your car
- if you won't date a guy without a car or money
- if you're very very very tight with money $
- if your parents want you home before 6am
- if your parents are DEGENERATE gamblers
- if you call your Peachfuzz A Goatee
- if your dad owns a Panose's Bakery, haha
- If you work at Gap, Millers Outpost, or some "cool" store
- if you buy your clothes from abercrombie or you know , that kinda stuff
- if you have an ararad masis picture in your TV room
- if you have one of those William Saroyan posters
- if your dad thinks "oghi for life"
- if you have "dolma" on a weekly basis
- if you like giving only GOLD stuff as gifts

Funny Old People Joke

There was a man and a woman in an old folks home. The man says to the woman, I bet you can't guess what age I am. The woman says I'll give it ago, but first pull down your pants, the man pulls down his , then the woman says pull down your underpants, so the man does. The she taps around down there :D and she says your 97. The man asks, how do you know that? The woman answers, because you told me yesterday

The Elevator

A redneck family goes to the mall. They have no idea of the city. The father sees an elevator. He and his family are fascinated, so they watch as an old lady goes up to the elevator,, pushes the button and walks inside. Thirty seconds later, a yung beautiful blond lady comes out. The father says, "I'm going back home and getting Grandma."

Ballon Family

Mummy bollon daddy bollon and kiddie bollon, Kiddie bollon cant sleep so he goesin to his mum and dads room, he trys to fit in the middle of them, He can not fit in so he lets a bit of air out of his mum still cant fit in so he lets a bit of air out of his dad and he still can not fit in so he lets a bit of air out of his self and fits in he sleeps throughthe night and then in the morning the dad feels for his mum and feels the sun so at breckfast the dad says to the kid " dont do that to us again because you let me down you let your mom down and also, you let yourself down " .

Monday, November 2, 2009





Funny Caricatures of Celebrities

Tom Cruise arrives at a movie premiere.

Nicolas Cage somewhere in Manhattan.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Will Smith teasing Alfonso Ribeiro, his cousin in
the famous Fresh Prince of Bel Air sitcom.

 Antonio Banderas is seen here dressed up as Zorro

Conan O'Brienone of his wild expressions.

Cosmo Kramer

Elvis Presley doing an impersonation of himself.

Paris Hilton posing whit her dog.

Matt Damon avoids a few stray bullets.

His Royal Highness, Prince Charles.

Tom Hanks in a bizzare, almost surreal encounter with
a ladybug that happens to share his facial features.

Joaquin Phoenix's portrait immortalized as a Roman caesar.

Funny Caricatures - Celebrity bloopers here

Just Fun Pictures

Comercial tank , do you need advertisement????

Great ceiling off the room, I just wondering how is deep this hole....
It`s anybody home????

Shadows Pictures



3D Wallpaper