Saturday, July 2, 2011

Korea Famous Race Queen Im Ji Hye Biography and Photo Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

Im Ji Hye

Born on 14 February 1984 in South Korea, Im Ji Hye is a beautiful and famous Korean Model andRace Queen. Her hight is 172cm, weight 49kg and measurements as per 37/32/37. Click on read more option to see more Im Ji Hye Photos......

Korea Famous Race Queen Im Ji Hye

Korea Famous Race Queen Im Ji Hye

Korea Famous Race Queen Im Ji Hye

Korea Famous Race Queen Im Ji Hye

Korea Famous Race Queen Im Ji Hye

Korea Famous Race Queen Im Ji Hye

Korea Famous Race Queen Im Ji Hye

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It was written
  • Mark Twain was born on the day of the appearance of Halley's Comet in 1835, and died on the day of its next appearance in 1910. He himself predicted this in 1909, when he said: "I came in with Halley's Comet in 1835. It is coming again next year, and I expect to go out with it."

  • Oregon's Columbian newspaper announced the winning Pick 4 lottery numbers for June 28, 2000 in advance. The newspaper had intended to print the previous set of winning numbers but erroneously printed those for the state of Virginia, namely 6-8-5-5. In the next Oregon lottery, those same numbers were drawn.

  • In 1979, the German magazine - Das Besteran - ran a writing competition. Readers sent in unusual stories, but they had to be based on true incidents. The winner, Walter Kellner of Munich, had his story published . He wrote about a time when he was flying a Cessna 421 between Sardinia and Sicily. He encountered engine trouble at sea, landed in the water, spent some time in an emergency dinghy and was then rescued. This story was spotted by an Austrian, also named Walter Kellner, who said that the German Kellner had plagiarized the story. The Austrian Kellner said that he had flown a Cessna 421 over the same sea, experienced engine trouble and was forced to land in Sardinia. It was essentially the same story, with a slightly different ending. The magazine checked both stories, and both turned out to be true, even though they were nearly identical.

  • Morgan Robertson's 1898 novella Futility had many parallels with the RMS Titanic disaster; the book concerned a fictional state-of-the-art ocean liner called Titan, which (like the Titanic) eventually collides with an iceberg on a calm April night whilst en route to New York, with many dying because of the lack of lifeboats. Various other details in the book coincide with the Titanic disaster. Later, she wrote a book, Beyond the Spectrum, that described a future war fought with aircraft that carried "sun bombs". Incredibly powerful, one bomb could destroy a city, erupting in a flash of light that blinds all who look at it. The war begins in December, started by the Japanese with a sneak attack on Hawaii.

  • Death calls twice

  • On July 28th 1900, the King of Italy Umberto Iwas having dinner in a restaurant in the city of Monza. It turned out later that the restaurant's owner looked identical to the king. The restaurant owner's name was Umberto, his wife's name was the same as the queen's and the restaurant was opened on the same date as the king's inauguration. The Restaurant-owner Umberto was shot dead the next day. So was King Umberto.

  • Claude Volbonne killed Baron Rodemire de Tarazone of France in 1872. 21 years earlier, the Baron's father had been murdered by somebody else called Claude Volbonne.

  • On February 13, 1746, a Frenchman, Jean Marie Dubarry, was executed for the murder of his father. Precisely 100 years later, on February 13, 1846, another Frenchman, also named Jean Marie Dubarry, was executed - for the murder of his father.

  • On the 26th November, 1911, three men were hanged at Greenberry Hill in London after being convicted of the murder of Sir Edmund Berry. Their names were Green, Berry and Hill.

    Just in Time

  • The British actor Anthony Hopkins [who shot to fame as Hannibal Lecter] was delighted to hear that he had landed a leading role in a film based on the book The Girl From Petrovka by George Feifer. A few days after signing the contract, Hopkins travelled to London to buy a copy of the book. He tried several bookshops, but there wasn't one to be had. Waiting at Leicester Square underground for his train home, he noticed a book apparently discarded on a bench. Incredibly, it was The Girl From Petrovka. That in itself would have been coincidence enough but in fact it was merely the beginning of an extraordinary chain of events. Two years later, in the middle of filming in Vienna, Hopkins was visited by George Feifer, the author. Feifer mentioned that he did not have a copy of his own book. He had lent the last one - containing his own annotations - to a friend who had lost it somewhere in London. With mounting astonishment, Hopkins handed Feifer the book he had found. 'Is this the one?' he asked, 'with the notes scribbled in the margins?' It was the same book.

  • As the inhabitants of Ruthwell, Dumfriesshire, were watching a scene in the film Around the World in 80 Days, where a hot air balloon was about to take off, their TV sets went off due to a power cut. Nearby, power lines had been damaged. A hot air balloon had crashed into them.

  • Hernán Cortés' arrival in Mexico in 1519 coincided with the year in the Mayan Calendar when it was predicted that the pale-faced man-god Quetzalcoatl would return to reclaim the city of Tenochtitlán. The Aztecs therefore assumed Cortés to be the legendary man-god, which assisted him in capturing the city and thence Mexico.

    Lightning strikes back

  • A British officer, Major Summerford, while fighting in the fields of Flanders in February 1918 was knocked off his horse by a flash of lightning and paralyzed from the waist down. Summerford retired and moved to Vancouver. One day in 1924, as he fished alongside a river, lightning hit the tree he was sitting under and paralyzed his right side. Two years later Summerford was sufficiently recovered that he was able to take walks in a local park. He was walking there one summer day in 1930 when a lightning bolt smashed into him, permanently paralyzing him. He died two years later. But lightning sought him out one last time. Four years later, during a storm, lightning struck a cemetery and destroyed a tombstone. The deceased buried here? Major Summerford.

  • In 1899 a bolt of lightning killed a man as he stood in his backyard in Taranto, Italy.
    Thirty years later his son was killed in the same way and in the same place.
    On October 8, 1949, Rolla Primarda, the grandson of the first victim and the son of the second, became the third.

    D-Day: The Normandy invasion

  • The date of the invasion June 6,1944 {6644} reflects the first great invasion associated with Normandy in 1066

  • In the first Invasion in 1066 Roger de Montgomery commanded portions of William the Conquerors Forces.

  • In the second Invasion 1944 Bernard Montgomery commanded portions of Eisenhower's Forces.

  • German General Rommel -Montgomery's adversary in an earlier Campaign in N. Africa Commits suicide on October 14, 1944 {101444}

  • The Battle of Hastings took place on October 14 {101466}

  • Eisenhower's Birthday was October 14 {101490}

  • The first Norman invasion initiated the first major immigration of Jews into Britain.

  • The second Norman invasion initiated the chain of events that returned the Jews to Israel

    A. Lincoln and J.F. Kennedy

  • Both presidents had 7 letters in their last name.

  • Both were over 6' feet tall.

  • Both men studied law.

  • Both seemed to have lazy eye muscles, which would sometimes cause one to deviate.

  • Both suffered from genetic diseases. It is suspected that Lincoln had Marfan's disease, and Kennedy suffered from Addison's disease.

  • Both served in the military. Lincoln was a scout captain in the Black Hawk War, and Kennedy served as a navy lieutenant in World War II.

  • Both were boat captains. Lincoln was a skipper for the Talisman, a Mississippi River boat, and Kennedy was skipper of the PT 109.

  • Both had no fear of their mortality and disdained bodyguards.

  • Both often stated how easy it would be to shoot the president. Lincoln supposedly said, "If somebody wants to take my life, there is nothing I can do to prevent it." Kennedy supposedly said "If somebody wants to shoot me from a window with a rifle, nobody can stop it." Note that both these quotes are each 16 words long.


  • Both presidents were shot in the head, on a Friday.

  • Both were seated beside their wives when shot. Neither Mrs. Lincoln nor Mrs. Kennedy was injured. Both wives held the bullet-torn heads of their husbands.

  • In each case, the man was injured but not fatally. Major Henry Rathbone was slashed by a knife, and Governor John Connolly was shot.

  • Lincoln sat in Box 7 at Ford's Theatre. Kennedy rode in car 7 in the Dallas motorcade.

  • Lincoln was shot at Ford's Theatre. Kennedy was shot in a Ford product, a Lincoln limousine.

  • Mrs. Kennedy insisted that her husband's funeral mirror Lincoln's as closely as possible.

    The Assassins

  • Both assassins used three names: John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald. (It should be noted that Lee Harvey Oswald was known as just Lee Oswald prior to the assassination.)

  • There are 15 letters in each assassin's name.

  • Both assassins struck when in their mid-twenties. Booth was born in 1838, and Oswald was born in 1939.

  • Each assassin lacked a strong father figure in his life. Booth's father died when he was 13 years old, and Oswald's father died before he was born.

  • Each assassin had two brothers whose careers he coveted. Booth's two brothers were more successful actors and Oswald envied his brothers' military lives.

  • Both assassins were privates in the military. Booth was a private in the Virginia Militia, and Oswald was a private in the Marine Corps.

  • Both assassins were born in the south.

  • Both assassins were known sympathizers to enemies of the United States. Booth supported the Confederacy and Oswald was a Marxist.

  • Both assassins often used aliases. Booth frequently used "J. Wilkes" and Oswald used the name "Alek J. Hidell."

  • Booth shot Lincoln at a theatre and was cornered in a warehouse. Oswald shot Kennedy from a warehouse and was cornered in a theatre.

  • Each assassin was detained by an officer named Baker. Lt. Luther B. Baker was leader of the cavalry patrol which trapped Booth at Garrett's Barn. Officer Marion L. Baker, a Dallas motorcycle patrolman, briefly detained Oswald on the second floor of the School Book Depository until he learned that he worked there.

  • Both assassins were killed with a single shot from a Colt revolver.

  • Both assassins were shot in a blaze of light-Booth after the barn was set afire, and Oswald in the form of television cameras.

    Family and Friends

  • Both presidents were named after their grandfathers.

  • Both were born second children.

  • Both married while in their thirties. Lincoln married at 33 and Kennedy married at 36.

  • Both married dark-haired, twenty-four-year-old women.

  • Both wives died around the age of 64. Mary Todd Lincoln died in 1882 at age 63 years and 215 days, and Jackie Kennedy died in 1994 at age 64 years 295 days.

  • Both wives were known for their high fashion in clothes.

  • Both wives renovated the White House after many years of neglect.

  • Each couple had four children, two of whom died before becoming a teen.

  • Each couple lost a son while in the White House. Willie Lincoln died at age 12 in 1862, and Kennedy's son Patrick died two days after his birth in 1963.


  • Both presidents were elected to the House of Representatives in '46.

  • Both were runners-up for the party's nomination for vice-president in '56.

  • Both were elected to the presidency in '60.


  • Southern Democrats named Johnson succeeded both Lincoln and Kennedy (Andrew Johnson and Lyndon Baines Johnson.

  • Andrew Johnson was born in 1808, and Lyndon Johnson was born in 1908.

  • There are six letters in each Johnson's first name.

  • Both Johnsons served in the military. Andrew was a brigadier general in the Civil War and Lyndon was a commander in the U.S. Navy during WW2.

  • Both Johnsons were former southern senators.

  • Both Johnsons had urethral stones, the only presidents to have them.

  • Both Johnsons chose not to run for reelection in '68. 

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    Super Sexy and Hottest Paraguay Fan Larissa Riquelme Photos - not your usual sports fan!

    Larissa Riquelme

    Larissa Riquelme is a Paraguayan model and actress at the city theatre in the Paraguayan capital Asunción. In 2010, Larissa Riquelme become the most famous fan and most searched person on internet. She is become Paraguay fan and then quickly becomes one of the hottest fan in the World Cup 2010. Larissa is also know Bikini Model in here hometown. Click on read more option to see Larissa Riquelme photos in the World Cup 2010........

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    Leaked Tech News: HTC Desire Gingerbread nears release (

    A few hours ago HTC announced it is already testing the Gingerbread for the original Desire and will start the QA procedures this week. Obviously the update is nearing release and the wait will be over soon.
    Initially HTC promised a Gingerbread update for the Desire, but then it was dropped due to incapable hardware. After the massive pressure it got from users the company made another U-turn and decided to launch the update anyway, even if it will compromise a feature or two.
    And here we are today when HTC is almost ready with the update. Here is the HTC's statement:

    We suppose we'll see the Android 2.3 update soon after the QA is over. So arm up with just a little more patience and prepare for an update.

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    2011 Android Phone Review: HTC Sensation ("Google Android Repair",

    HTC burst right onto the dual-core scene with a phone that's set to be an Android sensation. They've gone all out with the design of that one - from screen, through camera to the powerful chipset. No cutting corners, no compromise on features.

    HTC Sensation official photos
    HTC has a flair for big names but Sensation sure is something else. The name simply sticks. We're talking a monster 4.3" S-LCD screen with qHD resolution (540 x 960). If the bump in resolution doesn’t mean much to you, picture this – the Sansation’s 4.3-inch screen has the same pixel density as a much smaller 3.7" screen with regular WVGA resolution.
    The 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon chipset with the new Adreno 220 graphics bodes no good for rivals. But hey, that's the news we've been waiting for. A battle is brewing and dual-core domination is the prize.
    Before we let the excitement of benchmarks cloud our minds, let's get the laundry list out of the way. Here's what the HTC Sensation has to offer and what didn’t work all that well.

    Key features

    • Quad-band GSM and dual-band 3G support
    • 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA
    • 4.3" 16M-color capacitive LCD touchscreen of qHD resolution (540 x 960 pixels); Gorilla glass
    • Android OS v2.3 Gingerbread with HTC Sense 3.0
    • 1.2 GHz dual Scorpion CPUs, Adreno 220 GPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260 chipset
    • 768 MB RAM and 1 GB storage for apps
    • 8 MP autofocus camera with LED flash; face detection and geotagging
    • 1080p and 720p video recording @ 30fps
    • Wi-Fi b/g/n and DLNA
    • GPS with A-GPS
    • Stereo FM radio with RDS
    • microSD slot up to 32GB (8GB card included)
    • Accelerometer, proximity sensor and an auto-brightness sensor
    • Front facing camera with video calls
    • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
    • microUSB port (charging) and stereo Bluetooth v3.0
    • MHL TV-out (requires MHL-to-HDMI adapter)
    • Smart dialing, voice dialing
    • DivX/XviD video support
    • HTC Locations app
    • integration
    • HTC Portable Hotspot
    • Ultra-fast boot times (if you don’t remove battery)
    • Office document editor

    Main disadvantages

    • Serious "death grip" issue with Wi-Fi radio
    • Less than impressed with the screen's outdoor performance
    • Performance not quite as convincing as other dual-cores
    • No dedicated camera key
    • microSD is under the battery cover
    • No unibody construction as advertised
    You'll notice that "unibody" is not on the feature list - the back cover is certainly interesting but this is by no means a unibody. Let's not let that sully the great impression though - the Sensation is one of the most powerful droids around and it's on the shortlist if you're looking for the ultimate in smartphones.
    The 8MP camera with 1080p video recording begs for a camera shootout. And the high-res S-LCD unit calls for another display test. So that's a lot of testing we have ahead of us.
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    The HTC Sensation at ours
    But before we get busy, we need to give credit where it's due. HTC have been perfecting their interface designs for years and the latest Sense UI 3.0 is laced with equal amounts of useful features and eye candy.

    Retail package: nothing out of the usual

    The HTC Sensation comes in a ordinary looking box and there's nothing surprising about its contents. A compact charger connects to the provided microUSB cable to fill the battery. There's also a nice single-piece headset with music controls.
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    The HTC Sensation retail package
    The only real perk in the package is the 8GB microSD card, which comes inserted in the phone.
    There's no MHL dongle in the package - you'll have to buy one yourself if you want to enjoy streaming HD video. Other MHL-enabled devices don't come with MHL dongles either, so this didn’t surprise us much.

    HTC Sensation 360-degree spin

    The HTC Sensation measures 126.1 x 65.4 x 11.3 mm and weighs 148 g. It's very close to the dimensions of other phones with 4.3" screens, though thicker and heavier than some.

    Design and construction

    It's hard to deny that HTC make some attractive looking handsets and the Sensation is good enough proof. It just isn't a prime example. We can understand their need to freshen up the design and set the new flagship aside. But the end result is questionable - and not what we'd call unibody.
    It's curves on the back, curves on the front, curves all around - from the metal plate on the back that extends to wrap around the edges of the phone - to the screen, yep the screen.
    The Sensation comes with a 4.3” Gorilla glass protected S-LCD screen. It seems concave because the edges of the screen curve upwards but most of the surface of the display is perfectly flat.
    We've seen some very good S-LCD units from HTC and while the one on the Sensation is okay, it has its issues. Viewing angles are less than perfect - contrast is quickly lost when you tilt the phone and colors get slightly off.
    Also, blacks are not as deep as AMOLED screens go but brightness and color rendering are good.
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    The S-LCD screen is not the best from HTC • Side by side with the competition
    Sunlight legibility is acceptable - though obviously failed by the reflective screen coating.
    And here come the results of our now traditional display brightness and contrast test. Deep blacks are not the Sensation's strength and while the brightness levels are OK, the contrast ratios aren’t terribly impressive.
    Display test 50% brightness 100% brightness
    Black, cd/m2 White, cd/m2 Contrast ratio Black, cd/m2 White, cd/m2 Contrast ratio
    LG Optimus Black P970 0.27 332 1228 0.65 749 1161
    LG Optimus 2X 0.23 228 982 0.35 347 1001
    Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc 0.03 34 1078 0.33 394 1207
    Samsung I9000 Galaxy S 0 263 0 395
    Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II 0 231 0 362
    HTC Incredible S 0.18 162 908 0.31 275 880
    Apple iPhone 4 0.14 189 1341 0.39 483 1242
    HTC Sensation 0.21 173 809 0.61 438 720
    Motorola Atrix 4G 0.48 314 652 0.60 598 991
    You can learn more about the test here.
    Above the screen, we have the proximity and ambient light sensors to the left of the earpiece and the VGA video call camera on the right. Under the earpiece grill hides a small status LED (on the right).
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    There’s a video-call camera right next to the earpiece this time
    Underneath the screen, we find four capacitive keys. The haptic enabled controls are well spaced and very responsive. The keys (Home, Menu, back and search) have extra functionality upon a long-press (task switcher, virtual keyboard, voice search).
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    There are four capacitive touch keys below the display • Note the curve of the display
    The left side of the Sensation is occupied by the microUSB port and the volume rocker. The volume rocker is quite thin but comfortable enough to use. The microUSB port is left uncovered and it also serves as a charger port.
    It's a MHL port and not strictly speaking a microUSB port - though it looks and works like one. Plug in a MHL dongle however and the MHL port transforms into HDMI out.
    On the right, there's nothing - you weren’t hoping for a shutter key, were you?
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    The volume rocker and the microUSB port on the left side • The completely bare right side
    At the top we find the 3.5mm audio jack (left uncovered) and the Power/Lock key, which is easy enough to press when you want but secure against accidental taps.
    As usual, at the bottom of the phone, you will see the mouthpiece. There's also a small latch that lets you pop the phone out of its back cover. That's right, the phone comes out of the back cover, not the other way around.
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    3.5mm audio jack and a power/screen lock key on top • The microphone pinhole on bottom
    The back of the Sensation features the 8MP camera and the dual-LED flash right next to it. The area around the camera protrudes slightly and the camera lens is set quite deep, giving it very good protection against scratches and fingerprints.
    The protruding frame around the lens also helps to keep the loudspeaker from getting muffled when you place the phone on a level surface. It's not entirely successful but the sound is still pretty clear.
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    The camera lens is flanked by the LED flash and the loudspeaker grill
    The back plate consists of three parts – a metal piece in the middle and two parts of soft rubbery plastic either side. Each has different finish - looks like patched together and might not be to everyone's taste.
    Unfortunately, the back cover houses the antennas for the HTC Sensation - remove the cover and the phone loses all Wi-Fi signal. It's unusually susceptible too to the so-called "death grip" as our tests confirmed.
    Actually, you don’t even need a grip to attenuate the antennas - place the phone flat on the palm of your hand and the phone loses a few notches of Wi-Fi signal. In fact, touching the area around the camera and loudspeaker can reduce the Wi-Fi signal to zero.
    The cell network antenna also has death grip issues - they're not as bad but your hands around the bottom of the device will cause the signal to weaken. It's nothing to worry about if the signal is strong enough, but in areas of typically poor reception it can make the difference between having and dropping the call.
    Beneath the back cover is the microSD card slot (easily how-swappable once you open the phone) and the SIM card compartment, which is blocked by the battery.
    The battery is a 1520mAh Li-Ion unit with a little over 14 days of standby (in 2G, over 16 days in 3G) and over 8 hours of talk time (in 2G, nearly 7 hours in 3G).
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    Once the back cover comes off, we can access the microSD and SIM card slots and the battery
    The HTC Sensation is a solidly built phone - we didn’t get a unibody, but there's a good amount of metal on the phone. We also liked the Gorilla glass that curves at the edges.
    The Sensation is a bit thick and heavy compared to other phones with similarly sized screens, but we do like phones that have some heft to them.
    HTC fans will love the Sensation, though others might find it a bit hard to tell apart from its HTC siblings.
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    The HTC Sensation felt nice in our hands
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