Not a huge fan, but this performance was unreal. She sang three songs from her new album that will be released in May called ‘Born this Way’. Definitely worth your time and money. 3-26-2011 @ US. Airways Arena - Phoenix
Suzhou Etron Electronics Co. Ltd’s factory in Suzhou, Jiangsu province in this June 8, 2010 file photo. China may be the workshop of the world, but young rural migrant workers are less accepting than their parents were of life in the factories — low pay, gruelling hours, and sometimes martial workplace rules. A spate of worker suicides at the tightly guarded factories that make gadgets for Apple and other electronics companies has also highlighted their plight, becoming a cause celebre for migrant workers who followed the stories online — as well as an embarrassment to the foreign companies that depend on the plants.
Raul keeps destroying records. This past weekend he scored his 14th goal which makes him the fourth Spaniard with the highest number of goals this season after Villa (21, Barcelona), Pedro (20, Barcelona) and Negredo (15, Sevilla). This goal gives Schalke 04 one point against Nuremberg and places Schalke 10th in the Bundesliga. Raul’s biggest challenge of this season will come in a couple of weeks when Valencia goes to Germany for the second game of the second round of the Champions League.
The Social Network - Hitler Cat
- K.C.: Seven different people spammed me the same link.
- KC's Friend: What is it?
- K.C.: I don't know, but I'm really hoping it's cats that look like Hitler, because I can never get enough of that.
Worker file the edges of cricket bats to a smooth finish at a factory in Meerut, 80 km (50 miles) northeast of Delhi, January 31, 2011, as cricket equipment makers race to meet a demand surge ahead of the Cricket World Cup. BDM, a family cricket equipment business for almost 90 years, has made bats, balls and other equipment for most of India’s top cricketers, and international stars such as Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya and the West Indies legend Brian Lara. The company produces an average of 150,000 bats and 220,000 balls every year, using willow from England and India’s northern Kashmir region. Ten percent of its products are exported, mainly to the cricketing heartlands of the UK, Australia and neighbours Pakistan and Bangladesh. Picture taken January 31, 2011.