Sometimes you just gotta quote ninjas’ websites to get the real essence of what theyre saying.AA
"In the East, Most People give an important to the well being life and believe in the precious object which can bring prosperity
to their family. Therefore, this design was given an important to the furniture shape which power to the felling of wealthy and
preciousness. We seek for the design which can show its value by itself. To this point, We have an idea about making a chair in
gemstone or dimond shape which is in the vein of brings prosperity to their houses. Moreover, Thailand is well known as the
land of gemstone in South East Asia."
He said it.
Two more baller phones to add to the list.AA Diamonds on my phone, di- diamonds on my whips.
"Police and other law enforcement agencies have been told to be on the lookout for two new gadgets — a tiny gun that looks like a key chain trinket and easily could be smuggled onto a plane, and a plastic handcuff key that looks like a pendant."
And that’s tight.AA I’m not even gonna qualify that as excessive, but rather praise it as a necessary development in society.
"Day-for-Night: Modular Extensible Reconfigurable is a dress comprised of 436 white circuit boards that are linked together with metal rings. Each tile is addressable from a central control unit at the back of the dress. Solar cells are embedded on some of the tiles and charge the dress during the day. The dress is completely modular both in hardware, as new tile functionalities can be added and in terms of software. The control unit has an RF receiver module which can receive new programs from a programming USB board with an RF transmitter."
Dentist David Steele gave his cat, Sebastian, gold fronts to help strengthen his abnormally-developed front bottom canines. How is this cat jiggier than me?
Well now you can watch racialist-ass Survivor in the Shower, too! This new preponderance of
LCDs hidden behind mirrors really gets me going. They look dope, they possess more utility, and they’re probably more friendly, too.
The TileVision, from Porter Lancastrian Ltd, is a mirrored LCD screen designed for use in the shower, pool area or jacuzzi. With extra thick glass and a heated screen to prevent condensation, this thing is legit! Available soon in 17″ and 23″ sizes, the price is unlisted, which basically means I won’t be able to get one.
but…. this $130,000 LCD screen from Italian company Keymat Industrie is doing some serious line-stepping.AA I won’t go so far as to accuse them of perpetual line-stepping, but let’s hope they make some serious changes in their design department so that we don’t have to feel bad for clowning their ugly products. Slapping 160 diamonds on an TV and then adding some white gold decorative plating does not an attractive product make. Ya heard?
The YALOS Diamond LCD Screen from Keymat Industrie