Crazy Good Pools Worldwide

Crazy Good Pools Worldwide

 

Dive on the Balcony

A killer view, an insanely modern design, a chance to bathe under the sun during the brightest day and glimpse the stars at the night, sending thrills in every direction from its sort of risky position: all that in this state of the art architecture pool.
 
 

Jedi Temple Pool

This is a place that makes you to expect Maser Yoda and Obi Wan to come in swimwear and use the force to drag more water to their side. Well, throw Padme in there as well, clothes or not. The colors are breathtaking, overwhelming. A place to completely lose yourself in.
 

Master of the City

This is where you can sit back like a true boss and point to different parts of the great city saying “This is where I will build a stadium” or “I didn’t like that part, so I had them bring it down” and then point the tall building and say “That’s where I live.” The point is all those things in a place so stylish, modern and beautiful as this appear to be so easy to believe.
 
 
 

Three Levels of Night and Day

Breathless? You don’t really need to breathe for this one. We assure you if you could take all the moments when your heart and mind stops working from amazement and fascination while you are this place you would want to assemble them together and feel them all at once without stopping. It is that good.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

If Corporate Logos Were Honest

If Corporate Logos Were Honest

 

The Olympics

Unfortunately the IOC, the International Olympic Committee only cares about one thing; MONEY!

Apple

What is the difference between one laptop and another or one smart phone and another? Give up? Nothing but the price you pay to say you own an apple device!

Playboy

Whether it’s through the magazines, cable networks or videos; this is exactly what you’re doing!

Ford

Whose Ford hasn’t had some kind of major problem underneath the hood? We heard FORD stands for Fix Or Repair Daily.

McDonalds

The food McDonalds retails may possibly be the worst food existing on the face of the earth today!

Harley Davidson

I mean honestly how many non-hillbillies have you seen riding a Harley?

Ever wonder What A Week Of Groceries Looks Like Around The World???

        Ever wonder What A Week Of                        Groceries Looks Like Around                                    The World???

                                    

Mexico, Cuernavaca

The Casales family from Mexico spends around $189 per week on their groceries. We cannot help but notice how much this family loves Coca Cola! The basic staples of Mexican food include native corn, beans, chili peppers, tomatoes, squashes, avocados, cocoa and vanilla.Mexican cuisine also uses a lot of beef, pork, chicken, goat and sheep meat, as well as cheese and herbs and spices. Did you know that Mexican cuisine also uses rare or unique ingredients in their cooking such as edible flowers?

Tropical fruits such as prickly pear, sapote, guava, mangoes, bananas, pineapple and custard apple are extremely popular. Mexicans also enjoy drinking alcoholic beverages such as tequila, pulque, brandy, wine, beer and rum.

    
 
 

Italy, Palermo

This is the Manzo family from Italy, and they spend around $295 per week on their groceries. Although Italian cuisine is influenced by Etruscan, ancient Greek, ancient Roman, Byzantine, and Jewish cuisine, the food of Italy is also well-known for its simplicity and use of very few ingredients. Traditional Central Italian cuisine commonly uses ingredients such as tomatoes, meat, fish, and pecorino cheese.Cheese, wine and espresso coffee are all treasured elements of Italian cuisine. Italians are also well-known for their love of pasta, including penne, macaroni, spaghetti, linguine, fusilli, lasagne, ravioli and tortellini. Basil, nuts and olive oil are also popular ingredients used in Italian cooking, and in case you didn’t already notice from this photograph, Italians absolutely love their bread!

 
 

India, Ujjain

The Patkar family from India spends around $45 per week on their groceries. You may notice a lack of red meat, and this is because Indian cuisine has been shaped by Hindu and Jain beliefs, and in particular by vegetarianism. Staple foods of Indian cuisine include pearl millet, rice, whole-wheat flour, and a variety of lentils.Indians also love to use a range of spices in their cooking, and the most popular of these are whole or powdered chilli pepper, black mustard seed, cardamom, cumin, turmeric, ginger, coriander and garlic. Desserts and sweeter dishes are seasoned with cardamom, saffron, nutmeg, and rose petal essences – Delicious!

Indians also prefer to drink tea or coffee with breakfast. Roti is a common and popular flat bread eaten with most meals, and this is clearly evident from the photograph – Just look at that tower of bread!

 

Germany, Bargteheide

The Melander family from Germany spends a whopping $568 per week on groceries and that’s just for a family of four! The first thing we noticed were all of those drinks – Either this is one thirsty family or they’re preparing for the apocalypse… Both beer and wine are extremely popular in Germany, and beer is even mixed with other beverages in order to create numerous different types of the beverage.The average person in Germany will consume up to 61 kg of meat in a single year! Pork, beef, and poultry are the main varieties of meat consumed in Germany, with pork being the most popular, and chicken, duck, goose, and turkey are also widely consumed across the country. Germans also enjoy a range of cold meats (such as salami, ham etc.), as well as sausages.

You may also notice a lot of vegetables in this photograph and that is because they are used in stews or vegetable soups and are also served as side dishes. Carrots, turnips, spinach, peas, beans, broccoli, potatoes, cabbage and onions are very common additions to meals. Germans also love to eat bread rolls with their meals, and these are often cut in half and spread with condiments such as cheese, honey, jam, Nutella, butter, margarine, or even filled with cold meats or fish.

       

The Secret Factors Behind Egypt’s Military Coup.

     The Secret Factors Behind Egypt’s Military Coup.

 
 

Rich Blood

Naguib Sawiris is not a fan of The Muslim Brotherhood. And he’s definitely not a fan of Muhammed Morsi. He used his immense wealth to lead an active campaign against the president. He admits to supporting a group called, “Tamarrod”, which translates to “rebellion” in English.Tamarrod sought to drive out Morsi with a massive petition. Naguib Sawiris also built a political party called, “The Free Egyptians”. He used their offices nationwide to organize the rebellion. He also founded a major television network and private newspaper. These were both used to publicize the campaign against Morsi. Why was Sawiris so passionately against Morsi’s presidency? He predicted that the coup would urge neighboring countries to donate billions of dollars in aid to avoid the threat of the Islamist movement, which Morsi so famously pushed, from trickling into their neighborhoods. He was right. A total of $12 billion poured in from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait. “That will take us for 12 months with no problem,” he said.
FYI, you might want to check out the music video he commissioned for his station. It’s pretty, umm, entertaining. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZArV7Z-oMo

Response from The United Nations

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said: “In their protests, many Egyptians have voiced deep frustrations and legitimate concerns. At the same time, military interference in the affairs of any state is of concern. Therefore, it will be crucial to quickly reinforce civilian rule in accordance with principles of democracy”.

He clearly condemned the violent shootings of civilians, but still did not label the event as a military coup. His spokesman, Martin Nesirky, said, “I think Secretary-General’s statements about this issue are quite explicit. He doesn’t approve army’s interference in state affairs and said government should be given to civilians. This statement shows our attitude.”

And High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay urged that everyone involved begin to work together towards restoring order and protecting people from needless detentions while respecting their human rights.

What’s the Plan?

The Egyptian military appointed interim president, Adly Mansour shortly after the coup. They then outlined a path to a return to democracy by planning elections within the coming year. Adly Mansour has since appointed a prime minister and vice president. Some criticize this move saying that it is nothing more than a human face on a military takeover.It is not an unfair notion since the army is known to be concerned over losing their powerful economic interests that they have accumulated throughout six decades. The admiral plan to revert back to a true democracy is complicated by the targeting of officials of The Muslim Brotherhood. It is risky to go through another transition just after a major revolt against a dictatorship. And the recent preparations to launch an attack against militants in Egypt’s own Sinai Peninsula certainly do not help.

The 15 Hottest Jewish Women in Hollywood

Jennifer Connelly

The ‘Requiem For a Dream’ star’s mother was Jewish, and she grew up in the Catskill Mountains, later moving to the Jewish community of Brooklyn Heights in New York City.

Isla Fisher

Isla Fisher wasn’t born Jewish, but she has converted to be with her husband, Sacha Baron Cohen. That’s right, Borat is Jewish and it’s kind of amazing.

Lizzy Caplan

True Blood/Party Down star Lizzy Caplan was raised in a family of reformed Jews. I wonder if her long-time boyfriend Matthew Perry will convert . . . We’d convert to, well, anything to marry her.

Ashley Tisdale

Yep, Ashley Tisdale, and of course, her sister/High School Musical co-star Jennifer, are members of the tribe. We hear she is currently working on a movie called ‘Hebrew School Musical’ . . .

Top Athlete/Celeb Power Couples

       Top Athlete/Celeb Power Couples

 

 

 

 

Hank Baskett and Kendra Wilkinson

In 2008 NFL wide receiver Hank Baskett and Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson began dating, and within six months they were engaged. The very next year in June of 2009 the wideout and former girl next door were married; they now have a son together and are attempting for a second baby.
 

David Beckham and Victoria Beckham Former soccer star David Beckham and former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham have been married for 14 years now and have endured all the ups and downs of being a celeb/athlete couple. Becks and Posh have four children together and have a net worth of over $180,000,000.

AJ McCarron and Katharine Webb

Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback AJ McCarron is the only non-professional athlete to make this gallery, but when you are dating 2012’s Miss Alabama Katharine Webb, I guess that’s okay. Webb may be most notably known for her appearance in the stands of the 2013 BCS National Championship game, when veteran announcer Brent Musburger spoke more about her than the actual game itself.
 
 
 

Carmelo Anthony and La La Vazquez

New York Knicks superstar forward Carmelo Anthony and actress/DJ/TV personality La La Vazquez have been together for over a decade. The star couple finally wed in 2010 and have a six-year old son, Kiyan, together.