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Sunday, October 20, 2013



I really love comic books, and I just came across some images on the internet and they got me wondering who would win if the characters from DC Comics and Marvel Comics were pitted against each other.

Many know that both these rival companies share similar characters, but we are not pitting similar powered characters, this is all about more of a sort of curiosity thing as we have never thought about this more often... Your opinions are more than welcome and you can comment in the 'Comment Section' at the bottom of the page.

Here Goes:
Lex Luthor vs. Ultron

Brainiac vs. Thanos

Darkseid vs. Apocalypse

Two Face vs. Kingpin

Green Lantern vs. The Flash

Reverse Flash vs. Carnage

Doomsday vs. Galactus

Sinestro vs. Dr. Doom

Deathstroke vs. Deadpool

Sandman vs. Clay Face

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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Quality - How & Why?


Quality is the single most important word that channels our lives.

As I mentioned earlier, today we have realised the importance of 'Quality'. Not only in our lives and surroundings but also in our products.

First questions first! How do we maintain Quality?
Quality can only be maintained or improved upon or worsened. It is like energy, it can neither be created nor destroyed.Creation of quality is entirely up to you.

Lets understand everything from the point of view of a company, manufacturing products. You know that your product has to be the best amongst the rest. So, what do you do? You start with your Manufacturing unit - How it is maintained, what is the frequency, steps taken, precautions, etc. The basics are entirely up to how you want your own company to run - smoothly & efficiently, or bumpy and problematically. Everyone has that basic idea that the company has to be clean, disinfected, sanitised, etc. We are well aware what steps we need to take to make our product the best.

Now, as some may not be aware there are Licenses given by the governing bodies of your particular countries that are indicative of the standards that are being maintained by you. You have to follow their guidelines for your company, failing which your license is cancelled, and a beautiful lock rests on the door of your company. It may be difficult at times, but the real challenge is trying to better yourself than the set standards and having the determination to maintain the quality of your products at all costs.

Quality of a product indicates the honesty of your company towards your customers. For example - who would buy a packet of chips - if it was shabbily packed, or if it was poorly processed, or if it had a bad taste, poor appearance, if you fell sick on eating it - the answer is no one! Also, if a consumer complained about it, you are bound to go to prison. And if an unwanted/foreign material is found in your product, boy you are in some deeeeep trouble!

Everyone of us wants the best product at competitive prices, having maximum appeal and brilliant packaging. Better your quality, follow protocol, never compromise for anything less!

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Mc Donald's - Some fun facts


This is pretty old, but I still thought of mentioning it!

I don't know why all the facts and figures and stuff, when we all are very well aware what this stuff is doing to our bodies, and what it is doing to our countries.

Well, even though, many have had a taste of their food. No matter what the allegations or proofs, they have managed to stay alive.

McDonald’s Trivia:

• Their smallest restaurant is found on the Ginza in Tokyo and measures only 492 square feet.

• Ronald McDonald speaks more than 25 different languages.

• The sun never sets on the golden arches.

• Every four hours a new McDonald's opens some where.

• McDonald's is the world's biggest fast-food burger chain, with locations in 119 countries worldwide.

• The oldest building housing a McDonald's has a structure dating back to the thirteenth century and is located in Shrewsbury, England.

• They serve over 46 million people daily, having sold well over 100 billion hamburgers.

• Outside of the U.S. the largest McDonald's market is Japan, where there are more than 3,000 restaurants operating.

• In Japan Ronald McDonald is known as Donald McDonald, or Uncle McDonald.

• The only continent not having McDonald's (yet) is Antarctica.

• The busiest McDonalds serves 40,000 people daily and is located in Moscow.

• Ronald McDonald has a big "understanding" his shoes are a size 14 ½ or as he states "extra long by extra wide by extra red.".

• Part of the company's global approach is to offer unique menu items in each country. From the chicken Maharaja Mac in India (where religious beliefs prohibit eating beef, the "Big Mac" is changed into the "Maharaja Mac", a mutton/lamb burger) to shrimp burgers in Japan, to beer and bratwurst in Germany; Pork burgers and even Spaghetti. Just as cultural food tastes differ so does cultural McDonald's menus; enjoying a large variety such as salmon, beer, and rice.

• McDonald's sell more than 1/3 (33%) of all the French fries sold in restaurants in the U.S. each year.

• McDonald's once bought 54,000,000 pounds of fresh apples. Five years ago, that figure was a big, fat, zero -- the apples they bought for their apple pies were already cooked and canned. Apple purchasing rise dramatically when McDonald's started offering fresh apple slices as a healthy alternative to fried sides. This is attributed to the shift to more healthy menu options.

• Nearly one in eight workers in the US has at some time been employed by McDonald's. Do you know eight working people? Chances are, at one point in his or her career, one of those people worked at McDonald's. Statistics show that 1 in 8 people in the American workforce are currently or at one time have been employed by the fast food chain. 

• Sälen in Sweden opened the first SKI-THROUGH McDonald's in the world.

• More than 50,000 students from all over the world have graduated with "Bachelor of Hamburgerology" degrees from McDonald's "Hamburger University".

• McDonald's three kosher restaurants in Israel are the only McDonald's in the world where you cannot buy a cheeseburger.

• Sarah Michelle Gellar was sued by McDonald's at the age of four. She appeared in a Burger King advert where she said, “Do I look 20 per cent smaller to you? I must have at McDonald's because their hamburgers are 20 per cent smaller than Burger King’s.” It was the first time a company used another company’s name in an advert so McDonald’s sued Burger King, the advertising agency, and Sarah herself.

• Since its founding in 1955, McDonald's has sold well over 100 billion hamburgers.

• The northernmost McDonald's restaurant is located on the Arctic Circle in Rovaniemi, Finland, while the southernmost franchise is located in Invercargill, New Zealand. Also, the world's easternmost McDonald's is located in New Zealand, in the city of Gisborne; the westernmost restaurant is in Western Samoa, as they are the closest to either side of the International date line.

• In Hong Kong, China, the $1,3000 "Warm and Sweet Wedding Package" is a way for couples and their guest to celebrate their love of each other and Big Macs at the same time by getting married in a McDonald's restaurant. The wedding package includes a "cake" make of stacked apple pies and Happy Meal toy party favors for the guests.

Check out their products around the world: McDonald's products

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Thursday, October 3, 2013

Optical illusions #10


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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

One liners - Oct. 2013


One liners for this month:

Here Goes:
  1. Change is inevitable, except from a vending machine.
  2. Chocolate: the OTHER major food group.
  3. Consciousness: That annoying time between naps.
  4. Corduroy pillows: They’re making headlines!
  5. Could you drive any better if I shoved that cell phone up your ass?
  6. Criminal Lawyer is a redundancy.
  7. Daddy, why doesn’t this magnet pick up this floppy disk?
  8. Despite the cost of living, have you noticed how popular it remains?
  9. Did anyone see my lost carrier?
  10. Diplomacy is the art of saying good doggie while looking for a bigger stick.
  11. Do not walk behind me, for I may not lead. Do not walk ahead of me, for I may not follow. Do not walk beside me, either. Just leave me alone.
  12. Don’t be irreplaceable; if you can’t be replaced, you can’t be promoted.
  13. Don’t drink and drive. You might hit a bump and spill your drink.
  14. Don’t piss me off! I’m running out of places to hide the bodies.
  15. Don’t take life too seriously, you won’t get out alive.
  16. Double your drive space. Delete Windows!
  17. Duct tape is like the force, it has a light side and a dark side and it holds the universe together.
  18. Eagles may soar, but weasels don’t get sucked into jet engines.
  19. Energizer Bunny arrested and charged with battery.
  20. Error, no keyboard. Press F1 to continue.
  21. Ever notice how fast Windows runs? Neither did I.
  22. Ever stop to think, and forget to start again?
  23. Everyone has a photographic memory. Some don’t have film.
  24. Experience is something you don’t get until just after you need it.
  25. Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted.

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