My Name is Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116

•December 10, 2006 • 1 Comment

Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116

Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116 (pronounced /ˈalˌbin/) was a name intended for a Swedish child who was born in 1991.

The boy’s parents had planned never to legally name him at all, as a protest to the naming law of Sweden, which reads:

   
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First names shall not be approved if they can cause offense orcan be supposed to cause discomfort for the one using it, or nameswhich for some obvious reason are not suitable as a first name.
   
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Because the parents (Elizabeth Hallin and an unidentified father) failed to register a name by the boy’s fifth birthday, a district court in Halmstad, southern Sweden fined the parents 5,000 kronor (about US$ 682). Responding to the fine, the parents submitted the 43-character name in May 1996, claiming that it was “a pregnant, expressionistic development that we see as an artistic creation.” The parents suggested the name be understood in the spirit of ‘pataphysics. The court rejected the name and upheld the fine.

source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116

Most Unusual Buildings

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Most
Unusual Buildings









































Dancing
House

Here’s
a building that should really get your
attention when walking pass it. The
Dancing House is considered as one of
the more real controversial buildings
in Prague. The DH was actually designed
by a great architect from California,
which only proves that he had done some
type of hallucinogen while designing
it.

Robot
Building

The
Bank of Asia is a very famous building
in Bangkok. It was made way back in
1985, and it’s robotic appearance is
just a symbol of the modernization of
banking. It also has the ability to
transform into a mega-robot. So, if
Godzilla ever decided to show his green
face in the land of Bangkok, they would
have to fight!

Ripley’s
Building

If
you saw this picture for the first time,
you’d probably thought that it was hit
by a massive earthquake. But it wasn’t.
In true fashion of the Ripley Legacy,
it was built to reflect the odd 1812
earthquake that measured 8.0 on the
rick. The building has now become one
of the most photographed in the world
because of it.

The
Wilson Hall

This
somewhat modernize building was actually
built between 1971 and 1974. It’s unique
design gives the Wilson Hall a great
sense of structure, and a prominent
landmark for the skyline. The building
provides big laboratories, offices,
and supports space for over 1500 scientists.
And it houses all kinds of strange experiments.

135
Degree Angle

This
bizarre house really doesn’t have an
official name, but it does have a 135
degree angle. So that’s what we’re going
to call it. Unfortunately, the only
info we have about this house is that
it was built in China or Japan. And
that it has a silly pink roof. And if
you look real close, you’ll notice that
it’s on a 135 degree damn angle.

Hotel
Sofitel

This
hotel’s unique design was directly inspired
by the traditional temples in Japan.
The Tokyo Sofitel has over 72 rooms,
and 11 suites with 3 non-smoking floors.
And 5 meeting rooms that includes high-tech
boardrooms. Please realize that you
have to sell your soul in order to step
foot inside this amazing hotel.

Triangle
Building

We
wonder what type of work goes on inside
this kind of a building. The unofficial
Triangle Building is just a wonder to
look at and to ponder over. But, can
this be one of the evil headquarters
for Scientology or Starbucks? Does this
building have triangle bathrooms? There’s
so many damn questions!

The
Astra Haus

The
strange building is actually a brewery
in Hamburg, Germany. The floors can
move up or down on it’s skinny column
core. As of now, the unique building
has been destroyed. One of it’s more
famous beer brands was recently bought
by a big refreshment corporation. And
that beer brand was called Astra.

Upside
Downer

Take
a journey into the unknown with a building
called Wonder Works. It’s central Florida’s
only upside down attraction. And an
amusement park for your mind, and your
stoner friends. This odd building has
over 100 wacky interactive exhibits
for your entire family to experience.
But make sure you free your weed before
coming.

Crooked
House

You
know that your looking at a real building
right? The Crooked House was built in
2004 as an addition at a popular shopping
center, and is a major tourist attraction
in Sopot, Poland. We just wonder what
happens when someone who’s under a controlled
substance sees this building for the
first time in their life.

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•December 10, 2006 • Leave a Comment

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To cut the long story short

•December 8, 2006 • Leave a Comment

Here are some of long stories in one sentence

saunya

I held my father’s hand as he died in that hospital room and realized I’d never held his hand before that moment.

Kris

I married my husband on our first date, but it has taken me more than 5 years to decide what colour to paint our dining room.

Carmen

I was only fourteen.

Mae

She was my favorite cousin and my best friend, but that didn’t stop her from screwing my fiance then marrying him.

Finster

Myfriend Bob loved his vinyl records so much that he used to obsess about which ones to save if his house caught fire but when it actually happened he chose his girlfriend instead.

dooya

Recently I realized that I waste my life on the internet … and published this insight in a blog.

N

I used to pray every month for my period to come, but recently I’ve started hoping it wouldn’t.

source: http://onesentence.org

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Higher Education in Pakistan

•December 7, 2006 • Leave a Comment

Indian and Americans educational institutions will be facing a tough competition wherever they go from now onwards, thanks to the new education system introduced in Pakistan

The following are some of the reputed institutes, the courses offered by them and their Entrance tests:

IIT:

International Institute of Terrorism (through JEE: Jehadi Entrance Exam)

—-coaching for JEE will be offered only in Kashmir

IIM:

International Infiltration Management (through CAT : Careers in Al-Quaeda & Taliban)

———–guaranteed foreign placement)

IAS:

Iraq After Saddam

(This is a research course established with the Aid of Bush & Blair Inc.)

M.M.Tech.:

Masters in Militancy Techniques (through GATE:Graduate Aptitude Test in EXTREMISM)

———-This is a post-graduate course equivalent to Indian M.Tech. only
for the Engineers graduated from IITs)
MBA:

Masters in Bomb Administration
(Hands on expirience with nukes)

MBBS:

Masters in Balistics and Bullet Sciences


M.S:

Musharraf’s Security

(highly competitive and equally paid service through

GRE: Grooming the Rising Extremists and


TOEFL: Test Of Efficiency In Fighting and Looting)

.

.. Interested candidates can obtain further details and prospectus free from the following addresses:
The Head,
ISI, Karachi.

The Head,
LeT, Lahore.

The Head,
JeM, Peshawar.

The Headless Head (alias General Musharraf)
President Of Pakistan, Islamabad.

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•December 7, 2006 • 1 Comment

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