Time Bomb Alarm Clock

Time Bomb Alarm Clock
Time Bomb Alarm Clock

Selasa, 22 Juli 2008

We Have moved to our own host...

Finally we have our own host, for this blogs.
our address now is:

this is the time and place for you to get relax and enjoying our fresh news, about gadets, techno, and other unique gizmos:)

any inputs are very welcome.


Senin, 21 Juli 2008

Gadgets Review at Techno, TV One. 20 July 2008

To give more publicity to the people, then We got our gadgets, reviewed by Techno Crew, TV one. That Published at TV-ONE on sunday. 20 July 2008. Three Gadgets showed are Baketan Ghost Detector V2.0, WIFI Detector T-Shirt, and Time Bomb Clock.
Below is the clips, of the show.

Selasa, 15 Juli 2008

TakaraTomy to Shift Tomica Production to Vietnam from China

Toy maker Tomy Co., better known as TakaraTomy, plans to fully shift production of its mainstay "Tomica" miniature cars to Vietnam from China in the year to March 2011, company officials said Tuesday.

The company will spend some 500,000 dollars to install Tomica manufacturing facilities at its plant in Haiphong, northern Vietnam.

Initially, the Haiphong plant will make annually 2-3 million Tomica cars from September this year. But the miniature car series will be entirely produced at the Vietnamese foothold three years later, when annual output there will be raised to 15 million units, the officials said.

TakaraTomy once had considered raising Tomica prices in order to cope with soaring labor costs in China. But it managed to avoid the price hike by transferring production to Vietnam, where the costs are less than half that of China, they said.

The company intends to study the possibility of shifting production from China of other products, such as "Plarail" toy trains and "Choro-Q" miniature cars.

It plans to transfer about 30 pct of overall toy production in China to Vietnam three years after the initial move. About 90 pct of the company's toys are made in China at present.

Source: supplychain.cn

Selasa, 08 Juli 2008

Are You a Shopping Addict ?

shopping addict

Do you love to shop?
Do you shope several times a week?
Do you buy things you don't need just because you have to buy something?
Do you ever spend mondy you don't really have?
Doy You sometimes borrow money for shopping?

Are you addicted to shopping? That means you can't stop shopping.
take the test below and findout. Circle yes or no.
1. Do you think about shopping alot? (yes/no)
2. do you feel excited and happy when you are shopping? (yes/no)
3. Are you always planning your next shopping trip? (yes/no)
4. do you feel nervous when you can't go shopping? (yes/no)
5. Do you go shopping when you are depressed or unhappy? (yes/no)
6. Do you go shopping at least once a day? (yes/no)
7. Do you sometimes buy things you don't need? (yes/no)
8. Do you spend a lot more money than you have? (yes/no)
9. Do you lie to family members about how much money you spend?
Do you say you spend less money than you really spent?
10. Do you want to spend less time shopping? (yes/no)

What was your score ? Did you answer yes to five or more questions?
You may be addicted to shopping. What can you do ? You can ask for help from friends. You can get counseling.
Shopping shouldn't control you, but you should control your shopping.

Rabu, 11 Juni 2008

Wedding Anniversary Poems - A Perfect Gift

Wedding Anniversary Poems - A Perfect Gift
By Dave Pipitone

Are you and your spouse celebrating your 50 years together in a Golden Anniversary? 25 years in a Silver Anniversary? One year in a Paper Anniversary? Congratulations. In contemporary American society, only 45% of marriages last. Take this occasion to renew your commitment to each other with wedding anniversary poems that encourage you to stay on the journey together.

Married couples that practice a spiritual dimension and who attend church together tend to have a longer and happier marriage. When they take their wedding vows, they promise to be faithful to each other and to include God throughout their entire lives. So, using inspirational wedding anniversary sayings can help renew those vows in a fresh and more meaningful way.

Why fresh and more meaningful? A long-term, successful married relationship includes many hours, days, weeks and years of routine, habitual ways of communicating with each other. After thirty years of marriage research, Dr. John Gottmann discovered that long-term marriages are strengthened when spouses deliberately express fondness and admiration to each other. Writing and reading wedding anniversary poetry allow a husband and wife to share their personal feelings in a unique, fresh and more meaningful way.

One of the best wedding anniversary gifts that couples can give each other are personal wedding anniversary poems that share heart-felt emotion. These poems may be as simple as: "Roses are red, violets are blue, I am so happy that I married you" to sonnets, books, and letters. Poems do not have to rhyme. Consider these three tips for writing a poem to your spouse on your anniversary day.

First, identify the best and happiest moments of your marriage. Close your eyes and relive the memory. Then, write down the highlights, the details and the positive feelings of those moments. Think of what your spouse was like at the time of your memory. How did she look? What did he do? Was there a sparkle in his eye? Were her smile and wink exciting? Write down every detail. Choose one memory from the list and rewrite it on a new sheet of paper (or use your word processor.)

Second, take that second sheet of paper with the one memory. Ask yourself what that moment meant to you. Write down your thoughts and feelings. Fast forward to today. What do those thoughts and feelings mean to you now? Get your pen out and record what you think now. Compare the two lists and circle the most moving phrases and words.

Third, write out and arrange the most moving phrases and words into several lines that make up your wedding anniversary poetry. Be natural and be yourself. If you can work in rhyming, go ahead. Keep working on the words until they tell your spouse a short love story about the memory that meant so much to you. In a sense, you are giving away a piece of your heart which is worth more than any wedding anniversary gift you can buy. Take that poem and print or write it on a sheet of fine stationery or in an anniversary card.

Wedding anniversary poems are a perfect gift you can share with your spouse. The cost is your time and willingness to share your heart. The effect on your spouse is priceless.

Dave Pipitone is a professional communicator, husband and father. For more information on inspirational wedding anniversary poems, visit http://www.my3strands.com

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Dave_Pipitone

Selasa, 03 Juni 2008

Two Surefire Ways How To Dump A Girl In A Restaurant, Fast!

by Tina “Knowledgeable” Peden.

Hey guys, did you ever take a date out to a restaurant and an hour later you knew that the girl was not for you so you decide to do the gentlemanly thing and dump her and dump her ass fast but you were stumped on how to do it?

Guys relax, because help is here! I’m gonna’ tell you two surefire ways how to dump a girl in a restaurant, fast!


Guys, excuse yourself and go to the women’s restroom and buy a sanitary napkin from the dispenser. Guys relax, if any women in the restroom object to you being in there simply tell them that you are not a pervert, tell them you are a nice heterosexual man buying a sanitary napkin for himself for his birthday.

No woman can object to that!

But just in case, guys be sure to get the hell out of there as fast as you can before they call the police!

Next, go to the men’s restroom and slowly take off the strip of paper covering the adhesive strip of the sanitary napkin then stick the sanitary napkin onto the back of your shoe. Guys you might also want to stick a few sheets of toilet paper onto the sanitary napkin just to make the sanitary napkin look more pretty.

After you’re finished, exit the men’s restroom. Guys, as you approach your table start yelling, “Look at the sanitary napkin on my shoe! Look at the sanitary napkin on my shoe! Look at the sanitary napkin on my shoe!” Guys by the time you sit back down at your table your date will be gone! Eazy breezy!

But guys, if that method doesn’t work then try the granddaddy of girl dumping, surefire way number 1.


Guys, again excuse yourselves from the table and sneak out of the restaurant and go to the nearest store that you can find and buy a tube of Vaseline Petroleum Jelly, a mirrored compact, a Melissa Manchester 8-track tape and a portable 8-track tape player. Trust me guys you’ll have no problem finding these items!

After buying the items hurry back to the restaurant. Guys, if your date asks you what’s in the bag, tell her it’s a surprise. Guys, after eating your meal take the items out of the bag and put them onto the table. Open the mirrored compact and apply an excessive amount of Vaseline Petroleum Jelly onto your lips. Guys while you are primping in the mirror pop the Melissa Manchester tape into the 8-track player. Once the song, “Don’t Cry Out Loud” begins to play, sing the lyrics of the song as loud as you possibly can especially the chorus. Just in case you don’t know the chorus of “Don’t Cry Out Loud” by heart, and you really should, I have included it below.

“Don’t cry out loud”
“Just keep it inside”
“Learn how to hide your feelings”
“Fly high and proud”
“And if you should fall”
“Remember you almost had it all”

Guys, while the song is still playing, set the mirrored compact and Vaseline onto the table, get up, take your date in your arms and start dancing with her. Next, plant a big greasy kiss onto her startled lips and continue singing as loud as you can.

Guys, once your date starts screaming for help, release her and watch her haul ass to the nearest exit. Guys, before you leave the restaurant be sure to order a glass of champagne to celebrate a girl dumping job well done!”
About the author: Tina is single, 37 years old, and currently lives in New Haven, Connecticut. She has been writing for over 17 years and still haven’t met Denzel Washington, dammit! Her mantra is…Have fun before you die or become homeless! SHe also has a blog on http://gaywaycafe.wordpress.com


Jumat, 30 Mei 2008

How to Create Gift Box Centerpieces

How to Create Gift Box Centerpieces

By Erinn Valencich
Create Gift Box Centerpieces

gift boxIf you want to create an unconventional centerpiece that’s easy, versatile and inexpensive, look no further
than your gift wrap drawer. A stack of boxes wrapped in bold, beautiful paper can be just as stunning as a bouquet—and the best part? All you need to create this polished tablescape are some basic gift wrapping supplies.

Things You’ll Need:

* Wrapping paper
* Boxes
* Scissors
* Double-sided tape
* Ribbon

Gather boxes. Chances are, you have boxes you can use already lying around the house. You’ll want to vary sizes, but choose boxes that are within the same basic medium-size range. Shoeboxes and other boxes with pronounced tops aren’t the best choice; instead, try to find something without an obviously visible top. You can always buy empty boxes at party or craft supply stores. (If you don’t have any empty gift boxes, small board games, tissue boxes or pantry items like tea or cracker boxes could work.)

Choose wrapping paper and ribbon. When making your selections, remember to choose paper that coordinates with the table linens and china you’ll be using. Try to tie all elements together by sticking to two or three colors. And when choosing papers and ribbons, it’s best not to go for anything too busy; small patterns and solids are safest.

If you’re using flimsy empty boxes and will be displaying them outdoors or somewhere they might get jostled, put something inside to weight them. Just don’t use anything too heavy, so when you stack the boxes they won’t crush each other.

Wrap the boxes carefully and secure with double-sided tape. Tie ribbons and trim the ends.

Stack boxes in center of table. If you’re using a long table, create several piles of boxes along the length of the table. If you’ll be at round tables, one display of boxes is all you need. When stacking the boxes, display them at different angles, setting some upright and resting others on their sides.

source: http://www.ehow.com/how_2196377_gift-box-centerpieces.html