Σάββατο, 27 Μαΐου 2006

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+A three-year study at the PET Center at Arhus Hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark, reported in March, affirmed that the designer drug Ecstasy can cause depression in pigs.
+KINGSTON, Ont. - A 19-year-old man faces a theft charge after a hand-held vagina was stolen from an adult video store. The teen was arrested about 10 minutes after the $80 sex toy disappeared from the store Monday evening. "We found him around the corner - and he had used it," said Kingston police Const. Neil Finn. The sex toy was apparently dumped after being used, and was not recovered by police. The man is to appear in court at a later date to face a charge of theft, police said. This is the second recent theft reported at the video store, said employee Heather Baker. An unidentified item worth $350 was stolen within the past year, she said. But Baker said thefts of this nature are few and far between.
+HONG KONG (AP) - A six-minute film showing a grumpy man scolding a fellow Hong Kong bus rider for interrupting his phone call has become one of the most popular videos online.
Bus Uncle, as the film is commonly known, has been viewed nearly 1.7 million times on the video website Youtube.com - the second-most-viewed video on the site in May as of Thursday - spawning spoofs and new slang drawn from the ranting subject's emotionally charged soliloquy. The grainy film was apparently recorded using a mobile phone. The film starts out when the protagonist, a middle-aged man, reacts strongly when a young man sitting behind him taps his shoulder to ask him to keep his voice down while talking on the phone. "I don't know you. You don't know me. Why do you do this?" the infuriated bus rider says, punctuating the sentence by jabbing his right hand downward in the air. When the young man, who rarely talks back during the harangue, expresses an unwillingness to continue the conversation, the middle-aged man explodes, "This is not resolved! This is not resolved! This is not resolved!" - which has now become a catch phrase in Hong Kong. He goes on to say, "I face pressure. You face pressure. Why did you provoke me?" In another twist, just when the dispute seems to have ended after the young man apologizes and the two shake hands, the young man takes issue with profanity used by the middle-aged man, who then launches into another round of profanities. The video has inspired numerous spoofs, including a karaoke version and a rap song using the middle-aged man's refrain, "I face pressure. You face pressure." Internet users have also added Chinese and English subtitles to the dialogue, which is in Chinese. It still isn't clear who shot the film and it isn't certain if the film was staged or not. The middle-aged man hasn't been identified, but a man claiming to be the victim of the verbal abuse has been interviewed on Hong Kong's Commercial Radio. "Why did I just sit there? I paid to be on the bus. You don't think I would get off the bus and waste my money, do you?" said the man, identified only as Alvin. Youtube.com is a website that allows users to post videos for sharing. The site ranks the videos by the number of times they have been watched. http://www.youtube.com

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yparxei tropos gia na katevazeis ta videakia kai na ta vlepeis se kanoniki morfi

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erotisi einai i symvouli? giati an einai symvouli pes mou pos...

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symbouli.ton tropo to mesimeri

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2 steps
--->google---->FLV Player (katevazei ta videos se flash format)
--->google---->cinemaforge (metatrepei ta flash se kanonika)