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OctoMom [is this mother’s love or selfishness]

February 12, 2009 1 comment

r727418802a i just read a newspaper today, and my eyes was like popped out when i read a one of the news. its about a woman, who gave a birth of  Octuplets! on January 26.  a woman, not a cats or other mammals, imagine that littles babies they are all too small. bacause they must shares the nutricion with their other 7 sibbling

and the mom, Nayda Suleman 33, was diagnosed with paranoia, depression, wild mood swings and post-traumatic stress syndrome before he got pregnant. but she kept popping out babies. and  less than two weeks ago said in an interview broadcast on Friday that her babies were the product of six implanted embryos, the same procedure used to conceive her six other children. it means she has a 14 kids.

www.thenadyasulemanfamily.com

i cant imagine how she magane that, how to takecare of  them and feeds her kids because she is, unemployed mother who lives in the home of her divorced parents,

“Everything I do, I’ll stop my life for them and be present with them. And hold them,” she said. “And how many parents do that? I’m sure there are many that do, but many don’t. And that’s unfortunate. That is selfish.”

Suleman says she has a plan to earn enough money to raise her 14 kids. i hope things goes just like her plans. if not, what will happen with her kids. will that be selfish or just a love that every mom have to their childrens.

and because of this birth, the doctor who fertilited the octuplets is under investigation

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A Giant Snake Fossil Discovered in Columbia

February 6, 2009 1 comment

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we all knew “anaconda” as abiggest snake on earth and we couldnt imaginate there ware a Giant snake that can eats human easily except on movie “The Anaconda”. Until ” The largest Prehistoric Snake Fossil was found this week in Columbia “. was found by a group of scientist from University of Florida, US. they said, this prehistoric snake was lived in ancient tropical forrest hotter than they are now by at least 5 degrees Fahrenheit. And lived after TyrannosaurRex era its about 60 million years ago and Measuring approximately 42 feet long and weighing in at over 500 pounds.

The same issue carries another significant report from the distant past. Scientists said they’d found the oldest known evidence of animal life, remnants of steroids produced by sponges more than 635 million years ago in Oman.The discoverers of the snake named it Titanoboa cerrejonensis (”ty-TAN-o-BO-ah sare-ah-HONE-en-siss”). That means “titanic boa from Cerrejón,” the region where it was found.

Titanoboa most lived in the water just like Anaconda.”This thing weighs more than a bison and is longer than a city bus,” said snake expert Jack Conrad of the American Museum of Natural History in New York, who was familiar with the find.

“It could easily eat something the size of a cow. A human would just be toast immediately.”

”If it tried to enter my office to eat me, it would have a hard time squeezing through the door,” said paleontologist Jason Head of the University of Toronto Missisauga.

Head is senior author of a report on the find in Thursday’s issue of the journal Nature. ”We won’t have giant snakes, however, because we are removing most of their habitats by development and deforestation” in equatorial regions, he said.

‘Bailout Bill’ gives away cash in New York

February 5, 2009 1 comment

From ABC news,
He will not say his name, hides his face, and he hands out cash to anyone who asks in the middle of New York.

The mystery benefactor known only as Bailout Bill sat behind a counter in the heart of Times Square in New York giving money to hundreds of people waiting in well-below-zero temperatures.

From a window marked “Bailout Booth,” Bailout Bill gave everyone at least $US50 ($78), sometimes a lot more.

He was dressed in wraparound black glasses and had a wool hat pulled low over his head.

Many of the people waiting for more than five hours were victims of the severe US economic downturn. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs in New York alone.

“I’m very appreciative. I might give some to my mother,” said Leon McNeil, 25, after being handed $50. He was laid off by troubled department store Macy’s last December.

Bailout Bill’s giveaway aims to raise publicity for a website where you can advertise unwanted possessions.

He also wants to help ordinary people in the same way that the Government is bailing out banks and other corporations, a spokesman, Drew Tybus said.

All people were asked to do Tuesday was tell their problems to an assistant standing in the street with a microphone and camera.

“My mother is dying in bed,” said Mario, a frail man who wore cowboy boots and carried a walking stick.

“Let’s see what Bailout Bill says,” the assistant replied, hugging Mario.

Bailout Bill announced, “Today I’m going to give $[US]150.”

This was the “Bailout Booth’s” second and last day in New York. Next it goes to Washington, DC, Boston and Philadelphia, said Mr Tybus.

Mr Tybus said Bailout Bill would distribute $US500,000 ($777,000) before he was finished.

“Bailout Bill can’t tell you his real name. We assume there’s too much of a risk. Everyone knows he’s got money, so, well, something could happen,” Mr Tybus said.

But for anyone thinking of taking the money-for-nothing concept a further and robbing that cash-filled booth, Mr Tybus had a warning.

“Those guys standing around here and also in the booth, they’re off duty cops. And they’re armed.”

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