Hadaka Sushi is a restaurant set on the Sunset Strip, Los Angeles, where rich people can serve delicious sushi right off human platters. The art of arranging pieces raw fish on naked human bodies is known as Nyotaimori (which translates as “female body arrangement”) and it is a very old Japanese tradition, so old its origins are unknown.

Not anybody can afford such an extravagant meal, the model alone costs $1100 and the food is extra. But it appears there are plenty of people out there willing to pay such a price, some of them even asked for male model as platters and the restaurant obliged. Although not the first “naked sushi” restaurant in America, it is the first, and so far only, one in LA. And I think it’s going to be a hit, because, as the owner says, “sex sells, especially on the Strip”.

Annoying Or Not Annoying?

By admin, July 7th, 2011,in Uncategorized » | No Comments »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JipHEz53sU .

You’ve long had a soft spot for cereal.

Sugar-coated flakes. FD&C Red #40. Tony the Tiger sharing jump rope tips.

It all seems so innocent.

It was only a matter of time before someone added… moonshine.

Introducing the Noah Ellis #48, an off-menu milk, moonshine and cornflake cocktail that’s your new breakfast of (blackjack) champions, available now at First Food & Bar.

This is the Vegas-ized version of the most important meal of the day: a short glass with cornflakes suspended in malted milk ice cubes floating atop a layer of frosty malted milk foam that’s been laced with 80-proof corn whiskey. It’ll remind you of drinking the super-sweet milk at the bottom of your cereal bowl, soggy flakes included—if you happened to take a swig from Grandma’s bowl by accident.

So while reaching Zen-like levels of calm before a big day at the tables, head to First, concentrate on this cocktail and let the firewater loosen up the gears a bit. Maybe try to think about the cereal box mascot—a toothless hooch runner in the Appalachian backcountry, perhaps—or the drinks you’d need to add to make a square early-morning meal.

You’re still waiting on that omelet-flavored gin.

BlackBerry Playbook

By admin, June 21st, 2011,in Uncategorized » | 48 Comments »

BlackBerry Playbook is yet another Tablet PC. The Playbook was recently introduced by RIM. It has got some great features, some are even better than the iPad.
Here is a comparison between the two –
Operating System –
Apple iPad runs on the Apple iOS. iOS is user-friendly and that is the reason behind its popularity.
BlackBerry Playbook runs on BB Tablet OS. BlackBerry Tablet OS is a new QNX-based OS which was announced by BlackBerry on 27th September 2010. QNX Software Systems developed this OS specially for the Playbook.
You can also read the comparison between Apple iOS and Google Android here –
Apple iOS vs. Google Android – Which one is better?
Display –
Apple iPad has a 9.7-inch screen. Resolution – 1024 x 768.
BlackBerry has a 7-inch screen. Resolution – 1024 x 600.
Processor/RAM/Graphics –
Apple iPad sports Apple A4 (ARMv7) – 1GHz Processor, 256 MB RAM and PowerVR SGX 535 Graphics.
BlackBerry boasts dual-core Corex A9 – 1GHz Processor and 1 GB RAM. There is no information about the graphics yet.
Camera –
Apple iPad doesn’t come with any built-in camera.
BlackBerry comes with a 5 MP rear camera and a 3 MP front-facing camera.
Others –
Apple iPad offers bluetooth as the connectivity option, BlackBerry Playbook offers the same. For detailed features of these tablets, you can read the following posts –
Apple iPad – Best Features and Missing Features
PlayBook – BlackBerry Tablet Introduced
Conclusion –
Do I need to say it? Of course you can see that BlackBerry Playbook is the tablet of today and it has got far better features than the Apple iPad.
Playbook is better than iPad in almost all the aspects. The only reason why people choose iPad could be the iOS user interface, but BlackBerry’s new Tablet OS will soon be attracting many more geeks. BlackBerry Playbook has got better hardware and Apple iPad has got a better OS and interface, so if you’re the one who wants a better hardware then Playbook is for you else you can choose the iPad itself.