Monday, November 14, 2011

Homemade French Fries mari buat kentang goreng

Why there is no need to purchase pre-made fries in the freezer aisle – in pictures and rhyme:
One potato (find a potato)
Two potato (cut the ends off)
Three potato (cut slices)
Four (cut fries from slices)
Five potato (Toss in herbs and olive oil)
Six potato (Bake)
Seven potato (Eat!)
More! (Eat More!)
See how easy?  Just a knife and a potato and ta-da: french fries!

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The devastation of Dunkirk: Haunting images from German soldier's photo album seen for first time

These photographs are part of a chilling collection of WWII photographs taken by a German soldier in the aftermath of Dunkirk.
Today on Remembrance Day, they are a fitting reminder of the fields which played host to some of the bloodiest battles of World War One in which 10 million soldiers died.
The pictures show the lifeless beaches of northern France littered with thousands of allied vehicles left behind following the infamous evacuation.


Barren: Dozens of vehicles are abandoned on the beaches of Dunkirk
Barren: Dozens of vehicles are abandoned on the beaches of Dunkirk

More vehicles are pictured abandoned on the beach at Dunkirk
More vehicles are pictured abandoned on the beach at Dunkirk
One disturbing snap shows the rotting corpse of a British soldier lapping at the shore.
Others show the devastation inflicted on the town of Dunkirk following days of fighting that saw the Allies pushed back to the beaches.

The Battle of Dunkirk raged between May 26 and June 4 1940 but in one of the most bizarre military manoeuvres of the war, the Nazis halted their final advance.

 
This gave the allies three days to plan their escape and arrange the evacuation of 330,000 troops.
The album also captures the sheer ferocity of the German war machine as it advanced from France into Belgium.
A sunken ship (centre) is photographed stranded on the beach at Dunkirk
A sunken ship (centre) is photographed stranded on the beach at Dunkirk

An abandoned paddle streamer is pictured abandoned elsewhere on the beach at Dunkirk
An abandoned paddle streamer is pictured abandoned elsewhere on the beach at Dunkirk

Some of the abandoned vehicles on the beach at Dunkirk appear to have been there so long they have sunken into the sand
Some of the abandoned vehicles on the beach at Dunkirk appear to have been there so long they have sunken into the sand

Comrades: Soldiers pictured standing on the beach at Westende, Wokingham
Comrades: Soldiers pictured standing on the beach at Westende, Wokingham

Waiting: A group of soldiers seated on a hill top in Belgium during World War II
Waiting: A group of soldiers seated on a hill top in Belgium during World War II

Disturbing: The body of an Englishman is washed up on to the beach
Disturbing: The body of an Englishman is washed up on to the beach
Other photographs include the destruction of the Belgian cities of Ostende and Westende and other parts of northern France.
The 38 page album, which contains 152 pictures, has now been put up for auction by a German family who have kept the pictures locked away since the end of the war.
The photographs, which have never been seen outside of the family, are going under the hammer at Mullock's auctions at Ludlow Racecourse, Shropshire on November 17 with a guide price of £400.
Auctioneer Richard Westwood-Brookes said: 'This album is truly amazing.
'It gives a unique insight, from the perspective of a German soldier, into the devastation the Germans left behind as they forced the Brits onto the beaches of northern France.
'We all know the outcome of that famous evacuation but I think it is quite amazing to see it all from the perspective of a German.

'The album is one man's personal experiences of War. It is not a piece of propaganda but an honest expression of the Europe's worst ever conflict.
'The album also shows the respect the soldiers had for each other. One picture is of a British grave and war memorial from the First World War - the German soldiers held the British troops in very high regard.
'This is a very unusual item so it was very difficult to value - some people will be intrigued by this, others might be a bit shocked.
'Either way these never before seen pictures are a unique slice of history'.

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Why Is China Building These Gigantic Structures In the Middle of the Desert?

This is crazy. New photos have appeared in Google Maps showing unidentified titanic structures in the middle of the Chinese desert. The first one is an intricate network of what appears to be huge metallic stripes. Is this a military experiment?


They seem to be wide lines drawn with some white material. Or maybe the dust have been dug by machinery.
It's located in Dunhuang, Jiuquan, Gansu, north of the Shule River, which crosses the Tibetan Plateau to the west into the Kumtag Desert. It covers an area approximately one mile long by more than 3,000 feet wide.
The tracks are perfectly executed, and they seem to be designed to be seen from orbit.
Perhaps it's some kind of targeting or calibrating grid for Chinese spy satellites? Maybe it's a QR code for aliens? Nobody really knows.
You can check it out yourself in Google Maps here.
Why Is China Building These Gigantic Structures In the Middle of the Desert? (Updated)The second structure seems to be some kind of giant targeting grid, also north of the Shule river.
If you zoom in, you can see vehicles destroyed. It's west of what seems to be a fairly big electrical station or a radio station similar to HAARP, the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program located near Gakona, Alaska, and funded by the US Air Force, the US Navy, the University of Alaska, and DARPA.
You can investigate here and tell us what you think in the comments.
Why Is China Building These Gigantic Structures In the Middle of the Desert? (Updated)
The third one I don't know what the hell it is either, and it's perhaps the craziest of them all: Thousand of lines intersecting in a titanic grid that is about 18 miles long. Another targeting grid? A big practical joke? You can inspect it here. [Google Maps, Google Maps and Google Maps via Reddit]

Why Is China Building These Gigantic Structures In the Middle of the Desert? (Updated)
A grid similar to the first one is located here.
Why Is China Building These Gigantic Structures In the Middle of the Desert? (Updated)
This one seems like another target, this time arranged radially, with planes and obstacles.

 

 

 


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