quinta-feira, 28 de maio de 2009

Original medieval bridge

Krämerbrücke is in Erfurt, Germany, spans 86 yards, and has been around for about 1000 years. The walkway is an ordinary village street surrounded on both sides by houses that people live in, and every year they have a festival that celebrates the Middle Ages. It's a cool architectural idea that didn't catch on in a big way, but makes one think about what could have been if bridges hadn't evolved in a more minimalistic, function-oriented direction.

quinta-feira, 21 de maio de 2009

Lovely skirt

Lego & Frank Lloyd Wright

Falling Water

The Guggenheim Museum ($55 shipped within U.S.)

terça-feira, 19 de maio de 2009


As Gandhi stepped aboard a train one day, one of his shoes slipped off and landed on the track. He was unable to retrieve it as the train was moving. To the amazement of his companions, Gandhi calmly took off his other shoe and threw it back along the track to land close to the first. Asked by a fellow passenger why he did so. Gandhi smiled, "The poor man who finds the shoes lying on the track," he replied, "will now have a pair he can use."

segunda-feira, 18 de maio de 2009

segunda-feira, 11 de maio de 2009

domingo, 10 de maio de 2009


“To succeed, jump as quickly at opportunities as you do at conclusions.”
Benjamin Franklin

terça-feira, 5 de maio de 2009

Young celebrities




segunda-feira, 4 de maio de 2009


McDonald's domination

Tubagem ou cara?


Cabecinha pensadora

Menos plástico?!

sábado, 2 de maio de 2009


Para quem gosta de anagramas:
Internet Anagram Server (nas opção Advanced pode alterar para português)

Aguns dos mais famosos em inglês:

Dormitory = Dirty Room
Dictionary = Indicatory
Schoolmaster = The classroom
Elvis = Lives
Listen = Silent
Clint Eastwood = Old West Action
Madam Curie = Radium came
A telephone girl = Repeating "Hello"
Western Union = No Wire Unsent
The country side = No City Dust Here
Evangelist = Evil's Agent
Astronomers = Moon starers / No more stars
Postmaster = Stamp Store
A telescope = To see place
The eyes = They see
The cockroach = Cook, catch her
Waitress = A stew, Sir?
The centenarians = I can hear ten "tens"
Desperation = A rope ends it
I run to escape = A persecution
The Morse Code = Here Come Dots
The Meaning of Life = The fine game of nil
Slot Machines = Cash Lost in'em
Conversation = Voices Rant On
Disraeli = I lead, Sir.
Clothespins = So let's pinch
Mr. Mojo risin' = Jim Morrison (from the Doors song, "L.A. Woman")
The Great New York Rapid Transit Tunnel = Giant work in street, partly underneath
Florence Nightingale = Nigel, Fetch an Iron Leg / Flit on Cheering Angel (Richard Stilgoe in "The Richard Stilgoe Letters")
MacDonalds = Clam and Sod
Darling I love you = leaving your idol / Avoiding our yell
Butterfly = Flutter-by
Heavy Rain? = Hire a Navy!
Tom Cruise = So I'm Cuter
Animosity = Is No Amity
Mother-in-law = Woman Hitler
Funeral = Real Fun
Protectionism = Nice to imports
A domesticated animal = Docile, as a man Tamed it
The Railroad Train = Hi! I Rattle and Roar
The Hilton = Hint: Hotel
A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss = Stroller on Go, Amasses Nothing
Sunshine and Shadow = Show in Sun and Shade
The Check is in the Mail = Claim "Heck, I sent it (heh)"
The United States Bureau of Fisheries = I Raise the Bass to Feed Us in the Future
Snooze Alarms = Alas! No More Z's
Vacation Times = I'm Not as Active
Software = Swear Oft
Silicon Graphics = A Long Chip Crisis / Can logic ship, sir? / Gosh, sir, I can clip!
Alec Guinness = Genuine Class (Dick Cavett)
The Detectives = Detect Thieves
The Hospital Ambulance = A Cab, I Hustle to Help Man
Semolina = Is No Meal
The United States of America = Attaineth its cause, freedom
Christmas tree = Search, Set, Trim
A Gentleman = Elegant Man
Presbyterians = Best In Prayers = Britney Spears
The Public Art Galleries = Large Picture Halls, I Bet
A Decimal Point = I'm a Dot in Place
The Earthquakes = That Queer Shake
Salman Rushdie = Read, Shun Islam
Martin Scorsese = Screen is a storm (the director of movies "Taxi Driver," "Mean Streets," "GoodFellas," "Cape Fear," and "Age of Innocence.")
Barbie doll = I'll bare bod / Babe I'd roll / Liberal bod
Student Information Processing Board = Computation Transgression Forbidden (MIT)
Statue of Liberty = Built to Stay Free
Eleven plus two = Twelve plus one
Patrick Stewart = A Crap Trek Twist
Mel Gibson = Bong Smile
Admirer = Married
Indomitableness = Endless ambition
New York Times = Monkeys write / Monkey writes (by Andrew Glines)
Television programming = Permeating living rooms (by Dan)
David Letterman = Nerd amid late TV
Howard Stern = Retard shown
Contradiction = Accord not in it (by E. Tyron)
Debit card = Bad credit (by Mike Morton)
God save us all = Salvaged soul (by Dawn Amos)

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