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Despite the belief that pathological gambling encourages only the desire and need for money, in this article we will present the famous people who have had or still have the problem of pathological gambling despite their wealth. The "charm" of gambling is not necessarily found in monetary gain, but in the excitement of the game itself. The risk involved brings that, and that's why the person later becomes addicted to the game, regardless of whether it win or lose money.
One Chinese man decided to surprise his girlfriend in a very unusual way. He had sent her a bouquet made of banknotes. The unnamed man from the Chinese province of Jilin has sent his girlfriend a bouquet made of banknotes of the total amount of 10,000 yuans, which is slightly more than 1,450 USD. Each banknote has been in the form of roses, and the bouquet was made by florist in Changchun.
What would you say if I told you that your next car could run on air instead of gasoline, and that it would produce zero pollution? The MDI AIRpod might just bring that promise to reality when it hits the streets later this year.
The subcompact AIRpod runs on compressed air instead of traditional automotive fuels. A set of carbon-fiber tanks sit underneath the passenger compartment, loaded up with 2900psi of compressed air. The tanks power a tiny engine capable of cranking out a whopping 5.4 horsepower and 11-foot-pounds of torque.
This is why I love artists! You’re sitting around wondering: “What can we create to really wow our clients and their partners(in this case, Puma and Formula One) and let them know they’ve partnered up with the right people? The average person would probably say: “Hey, how about we make some cool-ass t-shirts with a funky design”? This, of course...
40 years old talented artisan from the Nigerian city of Ibadan has covered his car inside and outside from woven raffia palm cane.
Ojo said: “I want to prove a point that it is not only the educated elite that can make positive change in the society. We, the artisans also have talents to effect a change and make positive impact in the society. “That is why I decided that I too must do something that will make people to recognize me and know me across the whole world and by extension prove to the world that African and indeed the entire Black Race have very talented people.”
Artist Jennifer Crupi makes wearable interactive sculptures that encourage the wearer to hold a specific pose or gesture. Some sculptures are jewelry-like, such as the sterling silver “Ornamental Hands” which creates a dancer’s hand gesture. Crupi has also made gestural furniture—the “Empathy Table” fits on the laps of two people and has indentations that invite the participants to regard one another thoughtfully. Crupi’s sculptures are intended to highlight the role of body language in communication.
China is the biggest toy exporter in the world - nearly 75% of all the world's toys are made in the country – but the retail price of one high-quality toy in the western market is often more than six months' salary for a Chinese toy factory worker. In order to depict the drudgery of mass toy production, photographer Michael Wolf made a large-scale installation where he attached 20,000 used plastic toys all made in China surrounding large sized photos of the workers who make them. Wolf called the project “The Real Toy Story”. The work portrays the human presence behind mass-produced goods and provides viewers with a visceral, immersive experience that evokes the sensation of density endemic to urban areas of the region.
As much as I like the Formula 1 racing simulator, it’s not everyone because it’ll cost you more than a brand new Porsche 911 Carrera or many other high end cars. The simulator is priced at £90,000 or about $144,000 at today’s exchange rate but that does include tax, delivery, set up, and a training session.
With the price out of the way and if you’re still reading, the simulator does come with some cool stuff like real Pirreli F1 slick tires and Brembo or AP Racing calipers. The body is made out of carbon fiber and composites and comes with realistic aero packages including front and rear wings, side-pod mounted winglets, and a rear diffuser. The cockpit comes with a quick release steering wheel designed to look like a genuine F1 wheel with paddle shifters.
In the spirit of Halloween this week’s feature is all about sculpture, that is, sculptures made by carving pumpkins! Scott Cummins from Perryton Texas is one of the best, he enjoys sculpting into the rind of the pumpkin for a three-dimensional effect. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did.
Are you ready for Halloween?