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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Top 5 Most Genuine PTC Sites


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NeoBux has been online for over 5 years and they are paying their members instantly without any issues. The most awesome feature of this site is rented referrals. Even if you do not have any direct referrals still you can earn $50 a day easily by renting referrals. There are some members who are earning more than $100 a day through this awesome feature.

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Like NeoBux, this PTC site also offers rental referral feature and you can rent referrals at fairly cheap rates ($.20 per referral and comes in packs of 3, 10, 20, 50, 70, and 100) and they do offer autorenew features.

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ClixSense is paying it's members for the last 7 years. Members can earn money in a lot of different ways like viewing ads, completing tasks, completing offers and surveys, watching videos and playing the grid game. ClixGrid is the best way to make money on this site because you can win up to $10 instantly.

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Adsclickers is one of the most legit  PTC sites that has been around since November, 2009. You can earn unlimited amount of money through their unlimited referral program and the minimum cash out is just $1.

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WordLinx is one of the oldest PTC sites which has been paying it's members without any issues for the last 10 years. They also rent referrals and these referrals are available to rent only on the 15th and 28th of each month.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

A Dream

In my dream, I travelled a thousand miles,
Far far Away from the realm of sanity,
Here, lies are truth and truth are lies,
Nothing to hold on to, no humanity.

Nothing, just darkness, pitch-darkness,
a sense of primal fear,
Blankness, loneliness, emptiness,
Somebody get me out of here.

My voice reverberating back, hitting something near,
Fear, fear, fear,
I am living someone else's dream,
Scream, scream, scream.

Just a faint echo this time,
Alas! The darkness feeding on my thoughts and fear,
Why, what was my crime?
Somebody get me out of here.

Nothing, just vacuum travelling through my ears,
Nothing, hours into days, days into months, months into years,
A never ending dream,
Scream, scream, scream.

Monday, February 24, 2014

My Favourite Short Poems

It has been more than three months since I have blogged. I wanted to, but I was not able to. In the past four years I have realized that I am suffering from schizoid personality disorder. It is a rare personality trait, but it has nothing to do with schizophrenia. I used to blog about weird stuffs, but recently I found that I have no interest in writing about such things. I have discovered that my interests are decreasing day by day, there were so many things which I used to love in the past, but today I do not even feel nostalgic when I think about them. I guess I am running low on my emotions. I literally do not have any feelings towards anything, nothing makes me happy nor anything makes me sad. I do not feel any love or gratitude for my parents, even if something tragic happens to them I do not think it will bother me. I do not know when and how I became so emotionless. The only thing matters to me now is my loneliness/emptiness. This is the first time I am writing about my personal life and I had never imagined that my life would provoke me to write something like this. There comes a point in everybody's life when we have to choose whether we want to show the true side of ourselves to the world or we want to wear a mask and continue living with our secretive side through the rest of our lives. If you think I am writing this for sympathy then you are utterly mistaken, if you are planning to offer me some sympathy, I would suggest keep it with you, it might come in handy for you in the future.

I always loved art, be it poetry, short stories, music, paintings, sculptures, photography etc and even today when my list of interests are rapidly decreasing, I find that art inspires me and evokes some of the emotions that are still left inside me. "Art Washes Away From The Soul The Dust Of Everyday Life". People like me can find solace in art, but the people who create them are the ones who had and are living their lives fully. I have an above average imagination, but when it comes to writing poetry or short stories I fail because no matter how hard I try I just cannot concentrate my mind to convert my thoughts into words and I have an issue with patience. "Creativity Takes Courage", and in the past one year or so I have found so many creative people on Google+ who have indirectly helped me with their extraordinary talents.

From today's onwards, I am going to start a new segment on my blog which will be related to quotes, poems, paintings, music etc which I like. I am doing this for myself, I am 25 now and I would like to live a couple of more years holding on to my sanity. I do not have any suicidal ideation, my whole life has changed upside down over the last four years and even with my above average imagination skills, I do not have any idea what will happen in the next two years. So when the madness overcomes me and the darkness devours me, I would be happy knowing that I was able to share a part of myself with the world.

Some of the short poems I like:

1. “You see how I try
To reach with words
What matters most
And how I fail.” - Czesław Miłosz

2. “Even 
All this time
The Sun never says to the Earth,

"You owe me."

What happens
With a love like that,
It lights the whole sky.” - Hafiz

3.  In this world 
we walk on the roof of hell, 
        gazing at flowers. 

on a naked horse 
        in pouring rain! - Kobayashi Issa

4. A brief candle,both ends burning
An endless mile, a bus wheel turning
A friend to share the lonesome times
A handshake and a sip of wine
So say it loud and let it ring
We are all a part of everything
The future, present and the past
Fly on proud bird
You're free at last - Charlie Daniels

5. “I was born tomorrow.
Today I live.
Yesterday killed me.” - Parvis Owsia

6. "And the days are not full enough
And the nights are not full enough
And life slips by like a field mouse
                Not shaking the grass". - Ezra Pound

7. "The apparition of these faces in the crowd;
Petals on a wet, black bough". - Ezra Pound

8. "The Night has a thousand eyes,
And the Day but one;
Yet the light of the bright world dies
With the dying sun.

The mind has a thousand eyes,
And the heart but one;
Yet the light of a whole life dies
When love is done". - Francis William Bourdillon

9. "I'm nobody! Who are you?
Are you nobody, too?
Then there's a pair of us -don't tell!
They'd banish us, you know.

How dreary to be somebody!
How public, like a frog
To tell your name the livelong day
To an admiring bog!" - Emily Dickinson

10. "I strove with none, for none was worth my strife:
         Nature I loved, and, next to Nature, Art:
I warm’d both hands before the fire of Life;
         It sinks; and I am ready to depart". - Walter Savage Landor

11. "My whole life long I've sharpened my sword
And now face to face with death
I unsheathe it, and lo!
The blade is broken
Alas!" - Soto

12. "Today you are You,
that is truer than true.
There is no one alive,
who is Youer than You". - Dr. Seuss

13. “In the world I am
Always a stranger
I do not understand its language
It does not understand my silence” - Bei Dao

14. "He who binds to himself a Joy
Does the winged life destroy;
But he who kisses the Joy as it flies
Lives in Eternity's sunrise". - William Blake

15. "Avoid the reeking herd,
Shun the polluted flock,
Live like that stoic bird,
The eagle of the rock". - Elinor Wylie

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Top 20 Most Weird And Funny Pictures That Are Not What They Seem

Have you ever come across pictures that are not what they seem to be upon first viewing? While I was surfing the net I came across some really funny pictures that aren't quite as they seem. Some of these pictures were photoshopped but the pictures I'm going to share here are genuine ones. After watching these pictures you will realize that funny camera angles can create one hell of an optical illusion. Some of these pictures might look dirty and rude at first glance but before arriving at any conclusions look twice because you may realize that the picture wasn't dirty at all but your thoughts were. Note: All the pictures used in this article aren't mine.

1. There is No Lake in This Photo, Tilt Your Head to the Right

2. The awkward moment when your friend's "fat arm" makes you look naked

3. Momentarily headless

4. Do You Have A Dirty Mind?

5. Mother and Child at the Beach

6. Is The Dog Riding the Train to Work?

7. Is The Woman Grabbing at Something?

8. It is Just a Small Arm

9. The floating flag platform

10. Who is Lifting Whom?

11. Has Anyone Seen My Legs?

12. That's Not What You Think

13. Guy With Girlish Legs. Really?

14. Who's Hugging Whom?

15. Zebra Butt At the Zoo

16. Hairy Arms Girl

17. Who's Carrying Whom?

18. Are They Conjoined twins?

19. Look At My Arm-Foot

20. This Guy Has a very Sexy Lower Body


Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Top 15 Most Epic Photos Ever Taken

"A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know. Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second. What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce. All photographs are memento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s (or thing’s) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt.”

The perfection of an photograph is based on three factors, perfect place, perfect time, and perfect angle. We all have seen perfect photos but a photo becomes an epic or powerful photo when it demonstrates heartbreak of loss, inexpressible emotion, and tremendous power of human spirit. Let's take a look at some of the most epic photos ever taken. Note: All the photographs used in this article aren't mine and I have used them just for informational purpose.

1. First Ever Photograph of a Human Being

This photograph is simply epic because it is the first photo of a human being ever taken.

2. Bhopal Gas Tragedy 1984

This epic photo by Raghu Rai summed up one of the harshest industrail tragedies ever. The innocent face of this unknown child with his eyes wide open and looking almost alive became an iconic image of the Bhopal gas tragedy.

3. Napalm Girl

This "Pulitzer Prize" winning photograph was taken during the Vietnam War on June 8, 1972. The iconic photo taken in Trang Bang by AP photographer Nick Ut shows Phan Thi Kim Phuc at about nine years of age running naked on a road after being severely burned on her back by a South Vietnamese attack.

4.  Self-Immolation of Buddhist Monk

This "Pulitzer Prize" winning photograph of the self-immolation of Buddhist monk Thích Quảng Đức was taken by Malcolm Browne in 1963.

5. The Migrant Mother

This iconic image of great depression was taken by Dorothea Lange in 1936. This powerful portrait depicts the weariness of a hard existence in poverty. Florence Owens, the migrant mother of the title, crouches in the foreground flanked by two of her children, their faces hidden. One's attention is directed to her eyes, which seem not to be looking at the camera but to be directed outward, perhaps contemplating a very uncertain future with little hope.

6. Stricken Child Crawling Towards a Food Camp

This photo is the "Pulitzer Prize" winning photo taken in 1994 during the Sudan Famine by photographer Kevin Carter. The picture depicts a stricken child crawling towards an United Nations food camp and the vulture is waiting for the child to die so that it can eat him. This picture shocked the whole world and three months later after taking this photograph, Kevin Carter commited suicide due to depression.

7. Afghan Girl

This griping picture was shot by National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry. Sharbat Gula was approximately 12 years old when she made it to the cover of National Geographic magazine. She was simply known as "the Afghan Girl" until she was formally identified in early 2002. This epic photo is sometimes popularly referred to as "the Afghan Mona Lisa."

8. Culture Clash Between Two Brothers

This powerful and absolutely breathtaking photograph is taken by Roger Stonehouse. This photograph stunningly expresses the culture clash between two brothers on modern vs tradition. A monk and a punk.

9. Famine in Uganda

This photo was taken by Mike Wells in Karamoja district, Uganda in April 1980. It shows the hand of a emaciated, starving Ugandan boy in the hand of a missionary.

10. Omayra Sánchez

Omayra Sánchez was one of the 25,000 victims of the Nevado del Ruiz (Colombia) volcano which erupted on November 14, 1985. The 13-year old had been trapped in water and concrete for 3 days. She became internationally famous through a photograph of her taken by the photojournalist Frank Fournier shortly before she died. When published worldwide it generated considerable controversy due to the photographer's work and the Colombian government's inaction in the midst of the tragedy.

11. Nguyễn Văn Lém Execution

This award-winning photograph was taken by Eddie Adams while he was covering the Vietnam War. This picture shows police chief General Nguyễn Ngọc Loan executing a Vietcong prisoner, Nguyễn Văn Lém, on a Saigon street, on February 1, 1968, during the opening stages of the Tet Offensive.

12. The Final Embrace

Many powerful photographs have been made in the aftermath of the devastating collapse of a garment factory on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. But this photo, by Bangladeshi photographer Taslima Akhter, has emerged as the most heart wrenching, capturing an entire country’s grief in a single image.

13. Elderly Armenian Woman Guards Home

This photo was taken in January 1, 1990 and it portrays a 106-year-old woman sitting in front of her home guarding it with a rifle, in Degh village, near the city of Goris in southern Armenia.

14. The Falling Soldier

This is a famous photograph taken by Robert Capa, understood to have been taken on September 5, 1936. It depicits the death of anarchist Federico Borrell García. The full title of the photograph is Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death.

15. Nagasaki Mushroom Cloud

This photograph was taken by U.S. Army Air Force in August 9, 1945 during Nagasaki bombing. This photograph symbolises the terrifying destructive power of the atomic bomb.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Top 10 Most Weirdest Book Titles Of All Time

"There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them. If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking. Always read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it."

Have you ever come across a book that made you shake your head in disbelief? Something with a title so incredibly hilarious that made you laugh or cringe even before opening the first page. More than 400,000 books are published each year throughout the world and at least 10% of these books have weird titles. I don't know whether these weird titles are intentionally given by their authors or not but one thing is sure these weird book titles will definitely provoke you to think how they ever got published. "Don't judge a book by it's cover." I think everyone is familiar with this metaphorical phrase. It's a simple phrase but the following list of most weird and ridiculous book titles will make this phrase damn complicated.

1. Dating for Under a Dollar: 301 Ideas

This book is for teenagers, middle aged people, and literally for anyone who wants to go on a date but is not willing to spend more than $1. This book has 301 unique ideas to impress your date with originality and personality instead of your money. The author of this book is Blair Tolman and it was first published in 1999. In this current age of inflation, adults can't seek much solace from this book but young teens who are struggling to save enough money to be able to date may be stimulated with some of the ideas in the book and realize that they don't have to blow their whole paycheck in order to get a favorable response from the opposite sex.

2. Teach Your Wife To Be A Widow

This book was published in 1953 by author Donald Rogers. If you are a husband who is planning to die soon then this book is tailor made for you. Why? Because this book will help you to teach your wife how to be a widow. On a more serious note, this book urges husbands to devote time explaining things like life insurance, investments, real estate policies, and taxes to their clueless wives.

3. How to Shit in the Woods

This weird outdoor book is written by Kathleen Meyer. According to the author, shitting in woods is an art which we human beings have forgotten and through this book she encourages us to learn this art. This book is currently into it's third edition and when it's first edition was published it was hailed as "the most important environmental book of the decade.” If you are an outdoor enthusiast then you should own a copy of this book. This book explains in details why we poo, the history of the toilet, how to dig 6-8 inches deep hole for pooing, and how to lean back and spread wide when you just can't dig a hole.

4. Natural Bust Enlargement with Total Mind Power

The title says it all. Some women often ponder how to enlarge their breasts and search for different strategies to enlarge their breasts. If you are one of them and fed up with artificial methods then this book by Donald L Wilson, M.D. might help you to get your desired size in a natural way. In this book Donald L Wilson suggests that 90% of untapped mental resource can be used to increase the size of breasts. In simple words, "Think and Grow Breasts."

5. The Big Book Of Lesbian Horse Stories

Nothing much to say about this book. There are eight stories in this book and no male character. All the stories revolve around forbidden same-sex love and horses are the substitute for men.

6. Zen of Farting

This humorous book about farts is written by Reepah Gud Wan. In this book Zen Master Reepah Gud Wan reveals the true meaning of the Fart Sutra. He describes how he invented Zen of Farting and how this spiritual teaching was accepted by thousands of students. Through this weird book he proves that Zen was not born out of heaven, but of the "ethereal child of earth." If you want to laugh your way to enlightenment then this book is for you.

7. The Beginner's Guide to Sex in the Afterlife

This book is by David Staume. If you believe in afterlife and want to enjoy a great sex life after your death then this book is especially for you. With humor and intelligence, this guidebook explores the origin, purpose, and potential of sexual energy.

8. God's Doodle: The Life and Times of the Penis

This weird titled book is authored by Tom Hickman. To possess a penis, Sophocles said, is to be "chained to a madman". God's Doodle examines the schizophrenic relationship between man and this madman, and the joint relationship this odd couple has with the female sex. Questions like, Why can't a man be certain his penis will stand and deliver when he commands? If and when it steadfastly refuses, what can he do to remedy the situation? are accurately answered in this weird book. In short this book tells "The Story of the Penis."

9. Whose Bottom Is This?

The first Whose Bottom is this? book was authored by Fiona Munro. The illustrated Whose Bottom Is This? is a hardcover lift-the-flap guessing game for children aged 1 to 3. This book is based on a totally different concept. Why? Because this book covers the rear anatomy of hippos, rhinos, bighorn sheep, pin-tailed ducks, and more. This book will help a child to easily recognize an animal just by a glimpse of it's bottom. If you want to teach your child what animals look like from the front then you should opt for the next Whose Bottom book written by Wayne Lynch.

10. Be Bold With Bananas

This title may be too overwhelming and tempting for the fans of Josephine Baker but the sad fact is that this book isn't her autobiography but it is a cookbook written by some unknown author. This book describes how you can do anything with bananas, and this little gem shows you how you can do those things plus a few things more. There are photographs in this book that will have you questioning your subconscious. Some photographs will question your sanity.