Lives Saved by A Cellphone. Mobile phones are good for more than just texting, chatting and playing addictive games. You never know when you might need to place a call from the bottom of a tree well, like James Drummond recently did. Get his story and more examples of lifesaving cells.
Official Royal Wedding pictures are released
Clarence House today released the official Royal Wedding album that shows the beaming bride and groom in the throne room at Buckingham Palace.
Prince William and Kate posed for the stunning photographs shortly after getting married in a moving ceremony that captivated the world yesterday.
The newly-titled Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared to be lost in matrimonial bliss as they smiled for the traditional wedding day photo album taken by Hugo Burnand. He said the scenes clearly reveal the couple's love for each other.
No sooner had they arrived at Buckingham Palace from the service at Westminster Abbey did the rapturous family assume their positions for the pictures.
In the first photograph the couple stand arm-in-arm together against a stunning rich red velvet backdrop trimmed with gold.
The second official photograph shows William and Kate in a more informal pose. Kate's wonderful dress flows onto the floor around them as she clutches her bouquet.
In the picture, the heir to the throne wore the ceremonial uniform of the Welsh Guards but was shown in a very relaxed seated pose with his arm across the back of an ornate chair.
Skater broke a teammate's nose during a performance
Canadian figure skater Meghan Duhamel broke his nose to his partner Eric Radford during a speech at the World Championships in Moscow. It happened the evening of April 27 when a pair of sports showed a short program. During the execution of backspin Duhamel accidentally hit Radford elbow to the nose. Dangerous sport.
Prince drives his new bride away from the Palace in a vintage Aston after balcony kiss thrills the crowds
* William tells Kate 'You look beautiful' as she arrives at the altar
* He jokes with Kate's father 'we're supposed to have just a small family affair'
* Two BILLION people watch couple tie the knot
* 5,000 royals enthusiasts camped out overnight at The Mall
* Prince struggles to get ring on Kate's finger
* One million well-wishers line the streets to catch a glimpse of the couple
* Prince William takes the title Duke of Cambridge and Kate becomes Duchess
After a kiss that thrilled the nation, Prince William drove full throttle into the nation's affections as he took his new wife on an unexpected drive to Clarence House.
They left their Buckingham Palace reception in Prince Charles's open-top Aston Martin with 'Just wed' on the number plate.
It was the fitting climax to what had already been a remarkable day - and it was the common touch his mother Diana would have been proud of.
As the crowds roared, the couple emerged in the 38-year-old classic car with a yellow RAF rescue helicopter flying overhead.
The vehicle had been given to Charles as a gift when he turned 21. The couple drove round the front of the Palace before returning to the private reception.
They emerged from the Palace two hours after stepping out on the balcony and marked their marriage with their first public kiss.
But the first public embrace of William and his bride Catherine was so fleeting that you would have missed it if you had blinked.
It is not always the stars look in the photo is excellent. Today, you can appreciate photos of celebrities, where emotions, vitality and inspiration displayed in their faces, although it may not always successfully.
Celluloid heroes need to get places — and fast. They have bombs to defuse, goons to chase and hapless bystanders whose lives or deaths hang in the balance. But these things rarely happen in the same vicinity, and typically there are only seconds to spare before the bad guys strike. That's why most big-screen protagonists drive high-performance supercars. Another reason: They want to look like badasses. Driving a Honda Civic wouldn't strike fear into the heart of a master criminal, no matter how many missiles it can fire. Here are the 10 toughest rides — both real and invented — from the last decade of superhero cinema. ‘The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen’ (2003)
Although it was one of the most reviled comic-book adaptations of all time, "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" features one of the most stunning cars in any movie. That it makes zero sense in any way — the six wheels, its presence on the car-free paved streets of Venice and the sheer size of the thing — is beside the point. In this alternative Victorian-era history, Captain Nemo is not only the inventor of the submarine, but a proto-hot-rodder with a knack for Hindu-deity-inspired detail work.
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Suri Cruise shining daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes
Is this the most precocious five-year-old in the world? The strange and troubling world of Suri Cruise
A sunny day in Beverly Hills and in a beautifully manicured garden a little girl is celebrating her fifth birthday. She sits at the head of the table, dressed in her favourite turquoise sunglasses and a pretty pink dress.
Nothing out of the ordinary, then. Except that while she unwraps a doll, the guests have to shout over the whirring of helicopters above.
Because this is no ordinary five-year-old — this is Suri Cruise, and the helicopters contain paparazzi desperate to get a shot of the little girl who is surely becoming the most photographed child in the world.
Royal wedding promotional products from steak, pizza to beer, whisky, condoms, movies and toys etc.
A souvenir box of condoms for the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is pictured in London. A company has made souvenir condoms that urge lovers to "lie back and think of England". Crown Jewels Condoms of Distinction is producing special celebration packs that bear the slogan: "Like a royal wedding, intercourse with a loved one is an unforgettable occasion".
The candy has a very good effect of decompression and relaxation, usually a lot of pressure in the stars they have started eating a lollipop in the streets. Custom clothing, custom shoes, custom cars , custom lollipops you heard it? If you want to be IN the fashion nowadays most people, you must have an advanced custom lollipops! Do not look down upon this lollipop, big stars, but it's "new favorite pictures."
Failed pop stars
"American Idol" reject Pia Toscano is in talks to release a new album after being booted from the talent show. Her foray into pop stardom will probably fare better than these non-musical celebs, who couldn't resist attempting a pop career -- often to ear-splitting effect.
Reality TV shows have their share of on-screen drama, but it’s often the spectacle that happens off screen that makes the best stories. While “Real Housewives of O.C.” star Gretchen Rossi’ ongoing tug of war with her ex- boyfriend may put her on the next scandal list check out some of the biggest real-life TV scandals in recent years.
Canadian beauty the entire process of veterinary artificial insemination (which is the female veterinarians in the acquisition of stallion semen for breeding)
Canada has a very wide area, central part of the prairie provinces, is the world's leading animal husbandry production base, as Canada's beef on the famous, in the grasslands great demand for veterinarians, some of which is female veterinarians, women in veterinary is a challenge, because this work has a high income but very tired, too dirty, the following photos reflect the "University of Western Ontario Veterinary College," the practice of veterinary life women, they work in a large part of the animal breeding and delivery.
A new book gives a glimpse into the life of one of the planet's most endangered animals - the mountain gorilla. For his book, Gorillas: Living on the Edge, wildlife photographer Andy Rouse travelled to the mist-covered Virunga Volcanoes in Rwanda to capture the daily activities of gorillas on camera.
Liberian officials, to survive, are forced to sell in addition to regular duties in their offices DVD. Officials in Bolivia are buying themselves on their desktop computers. The bureaucrats of the Third World "cool" as they can - 20 years ago, Russian liberals have dreamed about it though.
Minor officials and civil servants live in Third World countries as in 1990 called to live the Russian liberals. That's when Irina Hakamada, chairman of the State Committee for support of small business in Chernomyrdin's government, advised state officials that the state failed to pay wages, be more proactive - to gather mushrooms and berries. And Boris Berezovsky, the creator of the current system of Putin's vertical, in his book "How to make big money" shared experience with the officials: "We assume a modest employee gets 8 thousand rubles a month. One day he picked up volpinistskuyu paper (the kind with placebo), and wrote her na: "From next year I will get 10 thousand rubles a month, or 120 thousand rubles a year." Need to be aware that the universe will give you prosimoe and without any action on your part, unless the lust has not filed an application for the treacherous "difficulty in obtaining.
However, mushrooms, berries, the universe - all this in theory is good. But as yet, in practice, working the bureaucracy of the Third World (photo from the magazine Foreign Policy)?
(Pictured above) Mayor Adolf Dalaney serves in the Liberian GAI. His salary - $ 20 a month, but one that is delayed by six months or a year. Dalaney parsing crashes thanks to road users if they just settle him $ 1-2 "to accelerate the process."
From the southern German town of Laufen Meyer 15-year-old girl Regina (Regina Mayer) want to have a horse of their own, but her parents refused her. Refused, Regina did not give up her magic to their own farm a cow named Luna's training to be her horse. Now, Regina Luna riding a day wandering around the farm, often human performance across the barrier. From just Luna was born 2 years ago, when Regina had been raised it as a horse program. So just to walk from Luna, the young master began with her walking in the woods, returned to her on the saddle and other equipment. Six months later, Luna Regina for the first time riding on the back. From the beginning of unwilling, and now running jump, Luna was so slowly develop a horse
Snake wine originated in Vietnam but is also popular in some other Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. Why is it so popular? Because it’s considered an important curative and believed to reinvigorate in person according to Traditional Chinese medicine.
The venomous snakes are not preserved for their meat but to use their “essence”- the snake poison. The recipe is really simple: A large venomous is placed into a glass jar or an appropriate size of bottle medicinal herbs, before they leave for many months. The wine is drunk as a curative is small shots or cups. How is it not poisonous? Because snake venom is protein based, it is modified by the ethanol, contained in wine and its proteins are unfolded and therefore inactivated.
Now tat's scary: The Mexican 'vampire mother' with titanium horns and tattoos on every inch of her body
She was a trained lawyer from a deeply religious family who married at the age of 17.
But Maria Hose Cristerna, a 35-year-old mother of four from Mexico is known as vampire woman after becoming a tattoo artist and taking her body art to the extreme.
She says she turned to body art after suffering years of domestic abuse.
She has tattooed almost 100 per cent of her body, had titanium 'horns' implanted into her skull and dental implants that give her 'fangs'.
A remarkably kitsch statue of Michael Jackson was unveiled outside the stadium of Premier League side Fulham on Sunday. Chairman Mohamed Al Fayed unveiled the commemorative statue commissioned in memory of his friendship with the controversial singer. He shrugged off criticism of the sculpture, saying: "If some stupid fans don't understand and appreciate such a gift, they can go to hell." Fayed claimed it would become a mecca for Jackson fans, adding: "People will queue to visit it from all over the UK." The statue, believed to have cost around £100,000, was originally planned for Harrods but, having sold the store, Fayed decided to erect it at Craven Cottage instead. Jackson saw a game at Craven Cottage in 1999. Michael Jackson would probably have approved of the Fulham statue. The walls of his Neverland ranch were adorned with many kitsch, self-mythologising portraits of himself, such as this oil painting of the star dressed as a king in Elizabethan costume, painted by Norman Oak Jackson's main go-to man for over-the-top portraits of himself was David Nordahl. Over a 17-year period, Jackson commissioned flamboyant paintings such as "Camelot", a 1995 portrait of Michael Jackson and his wife Lisa Marie Presley. This Nordahl painting was seemingly modelled on Michelangelo's David, with half naked cherubs surrounding the star.