Quotation of the Day

Sunday, December 20, 2009

happy eating~

While you might have been forced to eat your dark green veggies as a
kid, now you know why it was so important. Even today, your dark
greens are vital to your health and well-being. Try these dark greens
in some new recipes; you just might surprise yourself and actually
enjoy it!


Broccoli is a fun vegetable for kids because it feels like you're eating
a small tree. In fact, the little buds are actually tiny flourettes that
contain more than twice the amount of Vitamin C of an orange.


Kale is a slightly bitter, leafy green with a huge amount of folic acid and
potassium. Try some kale in your stir-fry. You may just find yourself
thoroughly impressed.




Romaine lettuce, while still made up mostly of water, is packed with
antioxidants and fiber.

The darker green the leaf, the more folic acid is present, which
prevents heart disease.



Swiss chard is similar to spinach, with a little more of an earthy
undertone. Rich in Vitamins C and K, as well as calcium, Swiss
chard is a great addition to salads.




Spinach is a lean mean green antioxidant-packing machine, rich in
flavor and in Vitamins A and C, and iron.

Pangolins




A pangolin (pronounced /ˈpæŋɡəlɪn/), also scaly anteater or tenggiling, is a mammal of the order Pholidota. There is only one extant family (Manidae) and one genus (Manis) of pangolins, comprising eight species. There are also a number of extinct taxa. Pangolins have large keratin scales covering their skin and are the only mammals with this adaptation.[2] They are found in tropical regions of Africa and Asia. The name "pangolin" derives from the Malay word pengguling ("something that rolls up"). Pangolins are nocturnal animals, and use their well-developed sense of smell to find insects. The long-tailed pangolin is also active by day. Pangolins spend most of the daytime sleeping, curled up into a ball.[3]

Pangolins were classified with various other orders, for example Xenarthra, which includes the ordinary anteaters, sloths, and the similar-looking armadillos. But newer genetic evidence[4] indicates that their closest living relatives are the Carnivora, with which they form the clade Ferae.[5] Some paleontologists have classified the pangolins in the order Cimolesta, together with several extinct groups.


Yesterday, our Malaysian wildlife authorities said they have rescued 130 pangolins and arrested two men attempting to smuggle the protected species, destined to be sold to restaurants and medicine shops.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

O come, O come, Emmanuel! (^_^)



currently hypnotized by this O come, O Come, Emmanuel song... anyone who doesn't wish to be BORN RICH? lolx.. *enjoy~* (^_^)

O come, O come, Emmanuel
I’m missing you
I’m waiting for your spell
Without you, my heart will fade
I’ll wither if your love is delayed

Chorus:
Come now, come on, Emmanuel
I’m waiting for your hypnotizing spell
Come now, come on, Emmanuel
I’m waiting for your hypnotizing spell

O come, O come, Adonai*
I’m dreaming of your supernatural high
The thought of you is making me shine
Come fill in me with love divine

*Adonai is Hebrew for god/master

//Repeat chorus 3x

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Holy Shot!!


I respect you, but wad u hd done is so wrong, if God can forgive u, who r we to judge u. best wishes =)

One Sunday morning, a priest wakes up and decides to go golfing. He calls his boss and says that he feels very sick, and won't be able to go to work.
Way up in heaven, Saint Peter sees all this and asks God, ''Are you really going to let him get away with this?''

''No, I guess not,'' says God.

The priest drives about five to six hours away, so he doesn't bump into anyone he knows. The golf course is empty when he gets there. So he takes his first swing, drives the ball 495 yards away and gets a hole in one.

Saint Peter watches in disbelief and asks, '' Why did you let him do that?''

To this God says, ''Who's he going to tell?''