“I take full credit for rousing public anger against corruption. But for my ‘excellent’ governance in the last six years running the most corrupt govt in Indian history, corruption would not have become such a big issue”.But we know how modest Prime Minister Man Moron Singh aka Integrity Singh is. Hence he has refused to take any credit. CLOWN!

{Image Via Jason Pruett}

Via Business Standard PM unveils series of steps to tackle corruption.

Saala Slimeballs. Meet the Sleaziest Scumbags in Indian Politics.

Amar Singh and Digvijay Singh – Don’t look them up. The complete Saala Slimeball series

Maybe he just needs it to write a bad Czech. Good thing he was in Chile. If he’d been in Saudi Arabia, he’d be minus a hand right now.

As just about anyone who’s ever worked in an office can attest, one of life’s most festering annoyances are people who don’t return pens that they borrow. Now it appears as though Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus may be one of those people, and the citizens of the nation he rules over are none too pleased about it.

You see, Klaus, whose most notable prior controversy was probably his flat rejection of climate change science – a position that he even  appeared on Glenn Beck’s show to tour – was caught on video coyly pocketing a ceremonial pen during a recent visit to Chile. What’s more, the brazen stylus heist took place in full view of the media during a ceremony to announce a trade agreement. The video shows Klaus clearly admiring the pen, then slowly moving it into one of his jacket pockets as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera speaks to the assembled members of the media.

Now, Reuters is reporting that some Czech citizens are accusing Klaus of being a kleptomaniac (Someone who helps himself because he cannot help himself). But the president’s staffers claim that he had every right to take the pen – and that he was, in fact, acting entirely in line with established Czech state protocols. “We at the Prague Castle always give such a pen to delegations, along with a notepad,” presidential spokesman Radim Ochvat told the news agency.{Via Yahoo News}

“Don’t worry guys, it is only a pen, here in India, our politicians steal millions of rupees.”

I know the physics behind skyscrapers… but does anyone ever look at a thing like that and think “holy shit… that’s several tons of heavy metal sticking onto the blooming SKY”?

The second highest structure after the Burj Khalifa.

“A tower resembling Tokyo Sky Tree — the world’s tallest broadcasting tower currently under construction in Tokyo’s Sumida Ward “

Alright big thing but that isn’t the story and the darn story turns out to be bleedy true.

Mysterious tower resembling Tokyo Sky Tree found on 19th century artwork


WTF is this shit? Guys don’t have a fart’s prayer in a hurricane.

ICC Cricket INDIA v PAKISTAN WORLD CUP 2011: How Pakistani’s pray before playing India

Where the Goats roam.

Thank the Lord there wasn’t a clue that said “hairy beaver”.

Asian wild ass

Image by Silvain de Munck via Flickr

A CROSSWORD fan aged 89 used an internet search to solve a clue about a donkey – and was bombarded with hard-core porn. Jack Sedgewick got stuck on 14 across: “Wild asian ass.”
The great-grandad typed “asian ass” into Yahoo’s search engine in the hope of finding the answer to the newspaper poser.
But he was stunned when it threw up dozens of porn sites displaying photos of naked Asian girls. One offered “the hottest spicy asian ass you’ll ever see”.
Ex-engineer Jack said: “I was shaken. The images were horrendous. I didn’t know this sort of stuff existed.”
After trying variations on the theme with the same result, frantic Jack finally found the answer by changing his search to “donkey sanctuaries”.
It was “onager” – sometimes known as “Wild Ass Asian” and found in deserts from the Mid East to Tibet. {Via}

A message to all Americans, are you out of your fuckin’ minds? Stay classy Motherfuckers.

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WASHINGTON (AFP) – A writer for the US animated comedy program “Family Guy” has apologized after a joke linking Japan’s massive quake-tsunami disaster to the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.

In a message on Twitter about Friday’s earthquake, scriptwriter Alec Sulkin wrote: “If you wanna feel better about this earthquake in Japan, google ‘Pearl Harbor death toll.'”

The reference to imperial Japan’s sneak attack on US forces in Hawaii, which killed around 2,500 people, set off a storm of criticism over the Internet. {Read on}

Meanwhile in Mumbai / India.

Nuclear power plant symbol

Image via Wikipedia

Even an emergency situation in Japan has failed to wake up our politicians to identify the risks involved in having a nuclear reactor. It became obvious as the majority of Maharashtra legislators were found sleeping during the speech of renowned nuclear experts on Monday.

The MLAs’ lack of interest in knowing about the advantages and disadvantages of a nuclear plant was seen during the lectures by some eminent scientists, including former Atomic Energy Commission chairman Anil Kakodkar, in Maharashtra Assembly.

As Kakodkar and others tried to address safety concerns over the proposed Jaitapur nuclear power plant in the state, several legislators, including Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and Forest minister Patang Rao Kadam, were repeatedly caught on camera napping through the lectures.

The MLAs seemed unconcerned while Kakodkar was trying to allay the fears about the safety of the proposed nuke power plant.

The locals in Jaitapur, particularly the fishermen community, have been opposing the setting up of the plant. Kakodkar said the plant would be built at a considerable height so it would not be at as much risk as the Fukushima plant in Japan, which faces risk of a radiation leak following the recent earthquake and tsunami.

{Via India Today}

Creepiest Cricket Fan. Put him on Letterman!

“Sorry, I got a little carried away. I should probably have introduced myself first, no?”


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